|February 24, 2021|
Shapleigh Board of Selectmen
Minutes of Meeting – Time 6:00 pm
February 16, 2021
Call to Order
Chairman Jennifer J. Roux called the meeting to order at 6:00 pm with Scott E. Cudworth and William J. Mageary in attendance. Karla B. Wilcox, Town Administrator and Joanne Holland, Office Assistant were also in attendance.
Fire Chief Steve Guillemette, Jeff LeDuc, Gene Streck, and Skip Bartosch.
Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
PUBLIC MEETING - Warrant for Paper Ballot Voting - Zoom Meeting
Public meeting was
opened at 6:00 pm. Chairman Roux
reviewed each article and allowed for public comment. A motion was made by William
J. Mageary to close the meeting at 7:02 pm; seconded by Scott E. Cudworth. Motion carried.
motion was made by Scott E. Cudworth to approve the minutes of February 9, 2021
as written; seconded by William J. Mageary. No further discussion. All in favor. Motion carried.
No Public Comment.
Opening - Fire Department Forestry truck
· Arundel Ford $38,561 $39,711 2022 F350
· Casco Bay Ford $39,211 $41,361 2021 F350
· Specialty Vehicle $83,718 for 2021 F350 and $15,695 for the Skid Unit for a total price of the both being $99,413.
2. Skid Unit
· Kimtek $15,325
· Industrial Protection Services $16,394
· Southern Maine Communications Service bid for rear pump battery wiring at $866.50, they also
bid to provide and install all emergency lighting, siren, radios, charging system and all related items in new Forestry truck, that bid is $8,964.50.
A summary will be created for further
and Regulations of the Shapleigh Fire Department - Questions
4. Rescue Ambulance Bid Discussion
Assistant Chief Jeff LeDuc had made a recommendation to the Board of Selectmen regarding the bids, the
was to accept the bid from Sugarloaf. Sugarloaf's
bid was for $225,211.00 with a $10,000.00 trade in (but was originally quoted
$15,000.00 for the trade in.) The Board of Selectmen recommended that we get
the original quoted amount of $15,000.00, The Town Administrator will contact
Pete Stuart at Sugarloaf to request that we receive the $15,000.00 trade in
with no other changes to the bid. With
the trade in at $15,000.00 the total bid of the new Rescue Ambulance would be
for $210,112.00. William J. Mageary had
asked if Sugarloaf's bid was with heavy duty suspension coils or if it was air
springs, Assistant Chief Lebuc stated that it was liquid springs. William J. Mageary asked what was available
for funds, as of 12/09/2020 there was $206,796.00; the Town Administrator will
follow-up with the Town Treasurer to obtain the current amount available. Scott E. Cudworth asked if this bid included
a new Stryker (Stretcher)? Assistant
Chief LeDuc stated that it was not included and the Stryker in the Ambulance
now is interchangeable and would be moved over to the new ambulance. Will discuss further at the next meeting.
A. Fire Hydrants
responsible to plow out the Fire Hydrants? William J. Mageary, Scott E. Cudworth and Fire Chief Steve Guillemette
all stated that it is the Road Commissioners responsibility to plow around the
fire hydrants. The Town Administrator
will reach out to the Road Commissioners.
B. Stop Sign and Graffiti on the road
C. Transfer Station Price List
William J. Mageary asked if we were in track
with assessing being processed with O'Donnell's? Response was yes. This was mentioned because an invoice was
being processed for payment tonight. Our
O'Donnell's representative was in a serious car accident but O'Donnell's has
assigned another employee to the Shapleigh Assessing.
i. Planning Board Minutes
ii. Planning Board Letters
ii. Policy: Earned Paid Leave
Any other business to bring before the meeting - None
A motion was made by William J. Mageary to adjourn at 7:56 pm; seconded by Jennifer J. Roux. Motion passed unanimously.
These minutes are not verbatim. Joanne Holland, Office Assistant.
Board of Selectmen
October 16, 2021 5:34 PM