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Here’s The Scoop … The Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Oct. 12, 2010 Regular Commission Meeting … #2 … Needed A Little Editing …

GET OUT THE RED PEN …

Dear Readers … the red pen is needed to severely cut down on the unnecessary dais time spent in explaining what was just said on the dais for the “viewers out there” and for dais members to either ask pertinent questions  that have just arisen or pass …One of the reasons Atty. Weiss recommended the one Comm. Mtg/one Roundtable forum was to keep the endless discussion and the “competition” of Commissioners feeling the need to take multiple turns at the mike..(the meeting is archived online at the Town’s website )….He described exactly what happened last night…Hopefully, after the first roundtable on the 26th…this will be the last time this occurs…The new Town Manager should be having a meeting with all Commissioners prior to the meeting now that we have a TM that is easy to deal with for all five Commissioners and any lengthy questions should be asked beforehand of her or through her to department heads …vendors etc… Then the Commissioners should be succinct in summarizing in 3 minutes (occasionally longer) what led to their decision showing their constituents they have done their due diligence as well as the reasons for their vote on each item….The new explanations on each agenda cover page provided now by the Town as previously pointed out by a few of the dais members as well as this writer who now uses them for the agenda posts should aid in any interested parties knowing what is behind or what has led up to the item being voted on at each meeting … Future e-alerts will also aid in allowing the public to know what’s going on in advance of the meetings … Of course all backup and videos are now archived on the Town website and a specific agenda item can be retrieved quickly and easily ….The meetings with one break …(note to Comm. make it customary to take a break half way through)… should be over by 10 pm at the latest if the Weiss proposed way is adhered to…. which is easy to do …in this writer’s opinion…

OF NOTE:…before continuing on with the rest of the Commission Meeting …a follow-up on the VFD (prev. post)… After posting late Tues. night I realized a number of questionable statements made by the new Chief beyond what I posted …This writer was informed last year that former Chief Perkins had purchased a computer for his car..If so that should be available for Chief Paine…On the subject of the plans etc. for condos…all of that info was compiled prior to former Battalion Chief Pointu leaving in September of 2008…He sent VFD members out to collect all that was needed to fill in the holes left from what BSO turned over…In fact this writer received from a PRR at the start of the VFD’s return sheets that were compiled of this info and it had some codes that were not redacted…among them was the code for Paul Novak’s hotel …I contacted him to inform him.. The Fountainhead I am told had some violations that needed attention over the past few years…Who found those…Inspector Paine… The Fountainhead was home to the VFD benefactor that gave the VFD the purported half million intended for a fire house and then used for truck purchases… There must have been training done over the past 2 years there… I am told the information was printed out and in notebooks readily available… So the excuses used Tues. night are even more disturbing ….and the P.R. plans being touted…are not needed …in this writer’s opinion…if the new chief just does the job right ..follow the procedures … don’t make multi-offices positions for a chosen group  ….and be transparent in documentation of meetings…minutes,,,investigations and the like …the correct P.R. will come from doing just that….One last point …we hear that volunteers have no required training hours per state mandate not the 40 brought forth at this meeting …in discussing the increase to 70 in the new contract…. (see below)…

10. Ordinances …1st reading …the explanations/recommendations are contained in the agenda posted previously and on the Town’s website… 10a. was the zoning for businesses in town …Ord. 2010-15  was read by the TAtty. and then as is his usual style …Dir.of Development Jeff Bowman came to the podium and read the cover page …there was no public comment…and VM Dodd asked a question about height being contained in the ordinance…This opened the door to another round of the TAtty.’s “mantra” last seen at the Sept. P & Z meeting (prev. post) describing her role which was to make the ordinances “legally defensible” and to clean them up…and not go beyond that to change policy or existing code…Comm. Sasser wanted to address the recommendations that would be coming separately as was stated by the TAtty. and why…The TAtty. explained that Mr. Keller (Walter Keller Town’s consultant) had some recommendations that went beyond the scope of the notice of intent (published items in the paper at $300-600 a pop to publish in Sentinel as req.) … She stated it was better to go back to address those… This was also a hot topic at the Sept. P & Z…and would continue this evening…do you do the codes piecemeal or one-time to address content as well as clean-up?… Comm. Sasser asked if the Commission has not considered all these uses but passed it on 1st reading…could they go to the roundtable to discuss or make changes before the 2nd reading…The TAtty. replied they could or do it at this meeting…or individually before the 2nd reading …The TAtty. also asked to respond back and further explain the height clean-up to the VM after she found where text had been moved to rather than removed…Comm. Clottey asked why not make an ordinance that list exceptions rather than permitted businesses ….The Mayor stated she wanted to make sure there was a way for the Town Manager to have discretion to help a business not listed to get in process rather than that business being stuck for 6-8 mos. while an additional permissive business went through the channel to be included… The TAtty. stated exceptions as well as discretion could be implemented…another possibility as form based regulations…using similar uses …more  interpretation… The Mayor stated they should go with Comm. Sasser’s suggestion to go to roundtable for discussion before 2nd reading…it passed 5-0… 10b. Ord. 2010-17 …the signs …(see Sept. P & Z) was read by the TAtty. and she began this one after reading it by again stating the changes of “legal defensibility” …”a nice tool” in our “arsenal if we have a challenge”…She stated she worked with Bowman and spoke of the memo description of what was changed …She stated the P & Z had lengthy discussion on this… There was no public comment …and then just as I figured he would Comm. Vincent brought up page 14 line 556 ..No I did not think he would choose the “any part of the human body” to ask about …but that he would choose to ask about existing text…just as the P & Z had done…Of course this led to the TAtty. explaining the underline/strike-out were all that were being addressed …But Comm. Vincent then went on to talk about temporary signs such as open house signs requiring phone numbers/addressed on them and stating that it was cost prohibitive to require this…not the norm for such signs and mentioning his wife is a real estate agent and he would like to see this removed…The Mayor looked miffed and sounded it as she stated  it was existing as well…and “this is exactly what she did not want to happen”…

BC- Herein lies the problem..you cannot ask members of the boards or the dais to ignore what is between the underlined and strikeout portions of the codes…It’s the elephant in the room scenario…

The Mayor clearly of one mind while the rest of the dais was the other tried mightily to explain that to deal with the existing code of signage could take years …and stated the changes made were not substantive and asked do we need to move forward or step back and do the whole ordinance… Comm. Sasser stated he understood the position of the TAtty. but he did not necessarily agree with it..He asked who sets policy the Commission or the Staff …he wanted this sent back to the P & Z to deal with the whole ordinance …He stated we should “open the hood just once”…The Mayor stated she was looking for direction and the Vice Mayor agreed with Comm. Sasser and stated it was his point all along (to provide the boards with all the information and let them have at it)…VM Dodd then asked Development Director Bowman how many signs we had in town …”do we know?”…Jeff Bowman responded “no”… (This question was asked at the P & Z as well and the answer was not known)… The Vice mayor spoke of the Sea Lord and their signage reconstruction …he then stated let’s do it once and do it right…he wants the signs and to respect what came before us …stating the existing code needs to be addressed as well …to get it right… Comm. Clottey agree to send it back to P & Z to have a thorough look …The VM thought it might need to go to roundtable then P & Z …The Mayor said it needed to be a workshop with the businesses and it would need to be looked at line by line…it would be costly and asked the TAtty. to confer there would be need for notice of intent…The TAtty. concurred …stating it would call for a larger role for staff to play…focus groups and a planning..it could be quite elaborate and take a year and a half.. The Mayor stated it was done by a previous committee and not so easily tackled…that this would put a lot on staff at this time… Comm. Clottey asked about old signs being grandfathered in …The TAtty. did not know the details of the specific sign and as a point of order (which Clottey clearly did not want) VM Dodd said not under the current code…The TAtty. said they could approve this on 1st reading and then discuss it further at the roundtable as they were to do with the previous ordinance …continue the process and get input from staff or they could defer… The Town Manager stated the Oct. roundtable already had over 15 items and asked if it could go to the next roundtable (Nov.) The Mayor took that input to state at the next roundtable they would need to discuss the parameters of the roundtable itself… Comm. Sasser again stated he wanted it to go to P & Z and then to the Nov. roundtable..He stated P & Z was canceled this month (will meet in Nov.?)…He also stated “just because it’s hard doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do it.”…He said the businesses and Mr. Keller could come to P & Z …The TAtty. stated she could work on the notice of intent while P & Z were working on it…Comm. Sasser was clearly pleased with her comment and it then passed 5-0 to go to P & Z… The Mayor still not happy about it asked the TAtty. to take some time during her TAtty. report  to address the notice of intent process and include the expensive costs involved..

BC- I must respectfully disagree with the Mayor…the NOI is racking up due to piecemeal ordinance changes of ordinance changes that die upon 2nd reading as so many have done …especially in the in her first term…This is the perfect time to address the whole ordinance for this and others that will tie in with the Master Plan revisions and the vision of the Town… The signage it would seem could be revised without a major overhaul just as the Master Plan itself…

10c. Ord. 2010-17 was an easy one …it is to offer  the Town legal defensibility when someone comes forth after exhausting all other options and is looking for relief..it is used in other cities and started with the fair housing act…it is the last line of defense for those seeking relief from the Town…There was no public comment and nos discussion..it passed 5-0…10.d. Ord. 2010-18 was not to be so easily passed …and again it was the Mayor who was on a different playing field of how she looked at this one …it dealt accessory sheds and storage buildings… The P & Z had made some changes such as no setback for non-permitted sheds (Rubbermaid) and that they needed to be removed for a warning and not a watch ..After the TAtty. read it…Dir. Bowman again read the cover page with the changes…and no public comment…Comm. Vincent thanked Dir. Bowman for “spearheading” this and offering “better clarity” of what can and cannot be done with such sheds…(this stemmed from the 101 Ocean storage problem ..in which they were allowed to use a movable Home Depot type shed to hold their outdoor items …long denied by the previous Admin…. Comm. Vincent aided in that process after being elected)… Comm. Sasser thanked staff for including the detailed P & Z meeting minutes to get the full context of their decisions… The Mayor was none too pleased and stated she had a real problem with this one …stating it was “opening up a Pandora’s Box ” …(BC-I thought that comment left the podium and headed north) ..and asked who would oversee the removal in an emergency …who would monitor …stating staff has enough problems as it stands…she did not want storage sheds anywhere and was “not pleased with it at all.”… The vote was 4-1 with mayor Minnet dissenting…

BC-Before they moved on Comm. Sasser stated that the mayor was clearly concerned and asked it they should discuss this at the roundtable as well as the others and put it on after that… The Mayor stated she would like to see what other coastal communities do with this….. No vote was needed …it was a directive… I must respectfully disagree with both Mayor Minnet and Comm. Sasser on this one..the ordinance and the re-visit… The non-permitted storage sheds are abundant throughout town and a necessity for homeowners in S. Fla. where most do not have enough storage and their garages are already used…I don’t not see any problem with having them out of sight and believe most will move them just as they do lawn furniture and the like if a storm comes …In any event this practice should not happen again…a difference of opinion is allowed and a 4-1 vote means the prevailing side should not be questioned after the fact in this manner… Once again it only adds to the fact the codes need to be done as Comm. Sasser and VM Dodd and Comm. Clottey stated once …as a whole…and thoroughly … Also the statement that staff is overwhelmed and has enough to do …that too I thought left the dais and went north… TM Hoffmann in her progress report as well as on the dais this evening will let the Commission know if it needs to be moved to allow other priorities first…

Ord. 2nd reading  2010-14 this was the one to allow a Fema to reimburse us for any clean-up done on private roads…The TAtty. read it…Dir. Bowman read the cover sheet …The TAtty. stated a change that had been included arising from Comm. Sasser’s inquiry upon 1st reading of the TM and who else could be the designee …The TAtty. looked at the charter and said in an emergency can be declared by the Commission and the Mayor may make that declaration through proclamation but it was only  two  lines..This ord. now allows for the TM/Asst. TM or designee … There was no public comment….Comm. Sasser thanked them and had a bunch of questions …Municipal Director Don Prince came to the podium to explain after the TM explained this is purely a service responsibility for debris ..and used the Palm Club and other municipalities as an example of why this was needed to get re-paid for Town services used….not the same as what the proclamation would be (no police or something with public safety etc)…This one too should have been settled before the dais …perhaps with that explanation sent to the the Commissioners after it was found and changed earlier than the Friday before the meeting… It passed 5-0

Resolutions….. 11a. Resolution 2010-13 was the first of two financial housekeeping ..it dealt with who would be the contact…no longer the Town Clerk …whew… …The TAtty. read it…no public comment…Int. Finance Dir. Doug Haag came to the podium and the Vice Mayor asked about the pools and if they were the same ones we thought we were out of per the prev. TM  (we are not) …Mr. Haag affirmed they were and stated the amount still in that was restricted in our getting our any funds out…He reiterated from a previous meeting with the TM adding as well that the funds are to be released annually over an extended time…hopefully…but there is no guarantee said Haag… it passed 5-0…Resolution 2010-34 was read by the TAtty. …This was to allow the Town Manager and Asst. TM or designee to use a credit card issued from the Town’s current bank to order items which is currently not done and was not done in the past…It left personnel to purchase…get taxed and get reimbursed by the Town …except for the tax they paid…There was no public comment …Comm. Vincent stated this had never been presented to the Town before.. Doug Haag stated it had not…common practice in towns and explained the above scenario of not using one…Comm. Vincent is doing way too much micro-managing by playing 20 questions on the use and dumbing down the procedure required for purchasing orders using his own business as an example …Come on…not necessary… Of course the procedures will be in place…Dir. Haag assured him of that…Comm. Sasser asked if they had vetted other banks and if there were fees attached…. Mr. Haag did not know…he and the TM stated SunTrust was to be used at present due to our banking being only there and using our account to pay it out of our account in full so there was no interest…A memo was sent the next day stating no fees…Mr Haag also said the credit card would be bundled in the banking search to get out of Sun Trust… VM Dodd joked about who gets the miles and Comm. Vincent again felt it necessary to add “for the viewers at home” how we will be saving the sales taxes …It passed 5-0

BC-Note to Comm. Vincent do not emulate Comm. Silverstone…emulate Comm. Clark..he never spoke unless it was necessary to make a salient point or question…the viewers at home do not need explanations of what they just heard on a rudimentary level…

11.c…Reso 2010-35…this was the new parking signs that will go up for the Bougainvilla/El Prado Parking lot on A1A… again it was done within 2 months after 2-3 years of stalled Town Administration non-action… The TAtty. read it…no public comment…Comm. Sasser who was the Commissioner who had asked when this came up to go back and ask again stated ” I can barely hold back my excitement” stating his prior statement made “it never hurts to ask again”…Feeling lucky he stated they should “take on the zip code again” …

BC- note to Comm. Sasser…That one is not so cut and dry… If the north can get the 33308…no problem…but if the only way to have one uniform zip code is for all to change theirs…the rest of the Town will be lining up in protest …

Comm. Vincent stated this would put the Bougainvilla parking lot on the map.. Comm. Clottey stated she personally heard DOT say no in the past after 2nding the motion made by Comm. Sasser …The Mayor thanked staff for pulling this together and Don Prince stated Int. Asst. TM Bud Bentley was instrumental in this happening…(DOT came out and saw what we wanted …imagine that)… passed 5-0 …

Resolution 2010-36 …this was the one dealing with amending the VFD contract…The original contract runs to 2013…It was read by the TAtty…There was one public comment by Bill Vitolo ..who stated that in the past BSO arrived at medical calls with 5 guys and AMR was turning up with 3 while the 2nd ambulance could be a 15 minute wait for 2 more guys… He wanted the VFD to not stop all medical call responses…He was also unhappy about taking out the 20% requirement of all members going on call for 70 hours of training instead…He felt the push back time from 7 min. to 9 min. should not allow any member from getting credit if their was a 10 minute response… He asked about the fire inspector who approved him the fire chief and manager it was not in the amended version…He said the command car should be allowed 35 miles outside of town (huh?) …and that the training only makes the fire department a fire school…

BC- The BSO still only had 2 paramedics and sent a truck ..AMR is sending 2 paramedics and an EMS …AMR can send backup in minutes as their record shows and can always call in the VFD to bethere in minutes as well if need be… Many AMR drivers on the 1st responding ambulance are also VFD officers…On the 20% of call…that was not ever enforced or happening  we are told… On the Fire Inspector ..in the contract from Sept. 25, 2008 Article 3 Employment Responsibility and Staffing ….3.2 “The VFD have at minimum one (1) Fire Chief, one (1) Deputy Fire Chief, one (1) Battalion Chief, one (1) Fire Administrator, one (1) Safety Officer,one (1) Fire Inspector, and one (1) Training Officer.”… Also, the Fire Inspector is hired and employed by the VFD because the VFD pays him from the funds received from the fire assessment….currently as he has been since 2008 new Fire Chief Steve Paine is the Fire Inspector…no longer the Fire Marshal we are told..he will pull down close to $100,000 in his dual jobs within the department…

BC- After a lull coming in response to the Mayor’s asking for the Commissions input…Comm. Sasser stated “heck, I’ll go”…He went through the amended contract dealing with the amount and stated the amount was different than stated…and we were not really saving any money with the breakdown of a portion going in the apparatus fund…The Town Manager responded we would see savings in year two …that this amended contract takes away the 4% increase from the original contract and gives to ability to negotiate from this $725,580 base in the future…Comm. Sasser was concerned their was no cap on the increase such as the 4%…The TM statd the control of the increase amount will come from the dais …Comm. Sasser asked about what happens if the VFD asked for 10-20% as an example…The TM responded that if the Town is not in agreement and it not settled by Spt. 1st of the year it reverts back to the $725,580… Comm. Sasser asked about the $187,315 apparatus fund and how it can be spent and the Town’s say in it…The TM stated it was required that the Town Comm. and VFD agree on the purchase…no agreement the monies will continue to be held by the Town until there is agreement… Comm. Sasser asked about leasing a new truck …The TM stated this agreement does not contemplate that …that would come out of our operating budget … Comm. Sasser asked if the VFD was to lease a truck now…(we are told a new one came to town a few weeks ago …prev. post…and the VFD wants to lease a new truck with benefactor $)…The TM stated that was VFD discussion but was not brought formally to the Town… Comm. Sasser asked about the legalities of using the fire inspector funds…The TM stated those funds can only be used by state law for fire inspections…such as billing etc… and that is how it will be used… (this was an ongoing question while the prev. administration split profits from prior fire inspections with the VFD)…Comm. Sasser went on to ask about the requirements for covering VFD pension audits and liability…The TM explained the requirements are required by the employer which we are…the costs are minimal and again stated Doug Haag had found and affirmed pension audits can be done every 2 yrs rather than annually… Comm. Sasser asked Chief Pain about the 70 hours training annually and why less than 2 weeks was enough…Paine stated statute requires 40 hrs ..and the VFD are exceeding that number (we are told as stated above …volunteer fire departments have no training hr. reqs.)…He also stated with so few fires in town they are not able to meet the 20% requirement in any event…He is spiking up the trainign standards… Comm. Vincent dumbed it down and stated they had lowered the base…removed the apparatus …prior they got the full amount and asked if they had to come to the Town prior to buy apparatus…The TM stated they could spend however they wanted to ..Comm. Vincent stated this no where in the contract and asked if any monies were left did they go back …the TM said no…He went on to ask a hypothetical about if a 5% increase would be entitled to the VFD with this $700,000 …The TM no entitled increase to the amount…  Comm. Clottey was in agreement with “the public speaker” and wanted the 20% response to calls…she wants them trained but they owe it to the Town to go out on calls… The TM responded it was 2 issues and it is in their by-laws and constitution for the 20% calls …Chief Paine concurred and added it is in the SOPs as well (standard operating procedures)…He added there was no lax time in responding…Comm. Clottey pressed on about the contract amendments being piecemealed (HUH?) …The TM stated this was a negotiation a compromise and thanked the VFD and its members …it was give and take…The VFD did not have to come to the table…they were cooperative …(Touche’) … Comm. Clottey stated she still had a problem with “taking out important things”…”it raises red flags”… The Vice Mayor stated the changes were excellent …”in a new era of working together” …adding the VFD would be quicker than the minimum requirements…Comm. Sasser said he wanted to reiterate what the Vice Mayor had stated and he understood what Comm. Clottey and the resident were concerned about and asked if that 20% could still be in the contract…The Mayor again asked the Chief if it was in his by-laws and Chief Paine stated it was NFPA standards and they were more restrictive than a volunteer fire department… The TM stated the nature of what is required to make these changes …the Chief…the VFD Board and the membership voting to adopt the changes… The Mayor thanked the Chief and the board and added this was among many such contracts that needed review by this new administration …thanking the Town Manager …She said she had concerns as well and listened to her colleagues…but they had been assured  the response was covered in the by-laws … She also brought up the oversight committee and stated Mr. Vitolo and others in town could be beneficial to the department…The VM had made the motion with a 2nd by Comm. Vincent …passes 5-0..

They took a break…

The Mayor afterward addressed the concerns of Comm. Clottey and asked the TM to go back to the VFD …Comm. Clottey said she wanted to make a motion to that “but I was cut off”… Clottey wanted the 20% in the agreement and Comm. Vincent 2nd it for discussion…He added the fire inspector…The TM was not sure about the fire inspector and stated she would look into it…(Why were the Comm./Residents not given the orig. contract in the backup…a look back at the VFD cat. a few years ago shows a post comparing the VFD contracts by Cherof and then by  Colon in 2008 and how much was removed) …The Vice Mayor was concerned and confused by Comm. Clottey’s desire asking if she wanted to rescind the resolution..and agree with the TM that entering into more negotiations brings more give and take…Comm. Clottey stated they passed the one and this was the next step to take…She did state the wording she used might be improved upon… The Mayor stated it would be to continue the 20% requirement and the fire inspector clarification …The Mayor wanted to add the oversight committee but Comm. Clottey stated that would be too controversial…she would only add Comm. Vincent’s clarification… Comm. Vincent asked if a motion was needed or direction ..the Mayor said she recommended it… it passed 5-0 … Afterward the VM asked that the discretion go to the TM and that it was not just limited to what was voted on in any further talks …The TM stated she was okay with what was done …would negotiate further and come back with any stumbling blocks that occur…

WANT TO LOOK AGAIN AT YOUR SOPs/By-LAWS/ CONSTITUTION & CONTRACT…CHIEF?…

BC- a look at the VFD- SOP HANDBOOK shows under training on pg. 68 recurring training for certain procedures 2 drills a month for FFs   / probationary shows a list of one training for each task…the fulfillment of each task equals credit toward training requirement…Article 8 of the By-laws in place that are in contained the SOP Handbook pg.87 show NO training hour requirements ..Also No hours for training contained in the membership section .. The questions that needs to be asked are …. How long are the 2 drills a month?…How many attend?….. And what was and is now considered a drill? …

ALSO OF INTEREST ….

Article 5 page 83 Section 7…does show that the TM “shall be an ex-officio member of the Department with no voting power”…AND…above that on pg 83 in Section 2 to Sec. 6 the VFD can appoint a Citizen Advisor as well … The Town needs a copy of the above that this writer received a few years back..ASAP!…

Commissioner Comments were very brief this evening… The Mayor congratulated the Pier on being in the paper …as she held it up and described a man from Boca Raton in LBTS and all he wants is Pompano …in jest…for the fish was a Pompano he had caught… She asked all to vote on Nov. 2nd …She thanked the Chamber for the Fish Fry the week prior …spoke of season and the Garden and Women’s Clubs now meeting for the new season encouraging viewers to join…and adding they do not need to be LBTS residents to do so… She thanked staff for the excellent backup…and how it allows for open and transparent government… Comm. Vincent took a pass… Comm. Sasser gave an update on Halloween…thanking all the volunteers..who met the previous Sat. morning and said anyone who wanted to join in to volunteer was welcome…it is going extremely well…businesses have received letters to participate again this year with a candy table…as well as organizations…Interested parties can contact the Town… The Vice Mayor complimented staff on the use of the agenda forms. “This dais now receives concise information on the direction staff want to go on each agenda item. The staff recommendation and the reasons for the agenda item. In the past this was left blank and it was up to the commission to decide why staff wanted to make any changes.” He said there hasn’t been an inlet meeting so there was nothing to report….and went on to state “I am meeting a local recycling contractor tomorrow to further understand how this town can improve on the way we deal with trash. For every ton of trash the town pays a premium to put it in a landfill. If that ton includes recyclables then the town is paying twice. We miss the credit for recycling tonnage and pay the premium to place recyclables in a land fill. At the next round table I will try to show people that we need to change the statistic from 25% recycling and 75% trash to read the other way around and we as a commission have the responsibility to provide the tools to make it happen.”…

There was no old business…New business was changing the dates for roundtables in Nov. and Dec…After looking at their calendars…the dates are now as follows…

Nov. Comm. Mtg.Nov. 9th/Rountable Nov. 22nd…both a 7 pm  & Dec. Comm. Mtg Dec. 7th/Roundtable Dec. 14th…

The next Comm. Mtg. post will be the remainder on the agenda TM /TAtty. report…The Chamber/The Reef etc….

archived video on Town website link … http://lbts.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2

more to come…


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