Aug 102022
 

Town of Brookfield Selectboard Meeting

August 8, 2022

6:30 PM

Town Office

DRAFT Minutes

Present: John Benson, Chair; Betty Lord, Curtis Koren, Stuart Edson, Keith Sprague, members; Vicki Blanchard, Administrative Assistant; Amy Ingrassia, Assistant Treasurer; David Christensen, Ben Koren.

A. Call To Order – Mr. Benson called the Selectboard meeting to order at 6:30 pm

B. Adjustments to Agenda – Move Permit to Oktoberfest from New Business to before Public Comments and move David Christensen – Wind Turbine right after.

1. Permit to Oktoberfest – Mr. Ben Koren attended to discuss the October 8, 2022 Oktoberfest setup. Mr. Benson said that any signs used should be larger than last year and Mr. Koren said this would be done. The village will only be closed during the 5 mile race and that the sheriff will be present as well as other security measures. Mr. Edson made a motion to accept the October 8 Public Assemblage Permit for the Oktoberfest, Mr. Sprague seconded the motion and it was carried unanimously 3-0-2 Mrs. Lord and Mrs. Koren abstained as they are both members of the Board of the Brookfield Community Partnership that is requesting the permit.

2. David Christensen – Wind Turbine on 734 Old Post Road – Mr. Christensen said this would be a 100 foot tower to be used for his energy source on his property only. He approached the Selectboard to have his site a preferred site for the turbine. Mr. Edson made a motion that the Selectboard approve Mr. Christensen’s location as a preferred site for a wind turbine, Ms. Lord seconded the motion and it was carried unanimously 5-0-0

C. Public Comments

1. Chris White – Cannabis discussion – Mr. White did not attend.

D. Payroll and AP Warrants – Ms. Lord made a motion to approve the AP Warrants as presented with a total $20,178.10 with the highest payment being made to RE Tucker in the amount of $15,407.00. Ms. Koren seconded the motion which carried unanimously 5-0-0

E. Highway Report – Mr. Sprague reported that the new truck arrived last week. The crew graded in West Brookfield and Stone Road as well as took care of some maintenance and stockpiled some hard pack from RE Tucker. Some chloride was put down on the dusty spots on Stone Road. There will be a delivery of chloride this week and depending on weather will put down more chloride and then get back to more grading. The well at the garage has gone dry again but hopefully over the weekend has recovered. The site for the new well is prepped and ready for the well driller. This has been pushed back until September due to weather. Ms. Lord will call the well driller to let them know the about the problem with the old well and hopefully can get them here sooner. Mr. Higgins has Radio North coming this week to install a radio in new truck as well as looking at the school to place a repeater for better reception for the highway department. Mr. Higgins is looking for some guide lines on chloride usage and Mr. Sprague will ask Mr. Higgins to prepare a proposal regarding chloride usage. Mr. Sprague mentioned that a third person needs to be hired soon to make sure that winter road maintenance is able to be done. Ms. Koren made a motion to have Mr. Sprague come up with an advertising strategy to obtain a full or part time road crew person, Mr. Edson seconded the motion which was carried unanimously 5-0-0

Mr. Sprague will contact WB Rogers regarding getting a schedule on the four different projects he will be doing starting with Eagle Peak Road. Mr. Benson made a motion to have Mr. Sprague sign an Exemption Certificate on the new truck, Ms. Lord seconded the motion which was carried unanimously 5-0-0.

F. New Business

1. David Christensen – Wind Turbine on 734 Old Post Road – moved to B.

2. Permit for Oktoberfest – moved to B.

3. Four Public Assemblage Permits to approve – The Selectboard reviewed four permits scheduled for the next few weeks and then Mr. Edson made a motion to approve all the Public Assemblage Permits, Mr. Sprague seconded the motion which carried unanimously 5-0-0

G. Old Business – none

H. July 25, 2022 Meeting Minutes – A correction was offered under the Other Proper Business section. Mr. Benson made a motion to accept the July 25, 2022 minutes as amended, Mr. Sprague seconded the motion which carried unanimously 4-0-0

I Other Proper Business

1. White River Valley Consortium Working Communities Challenge report from June 30 – Ms. Koren reported that she attended a meeting with the WRV Consortium Working Communities and said that funding for housing is available thru the Federal Bank of Boston. Their purpose is to help towns to get funding for small businesses looking for housing for their workers. The Selectboard felt this group would work better in a larger city or town but talked about having a committee to discuss the need.

2. Heat Pump – There were two quotes that came in on the Heat Pump for the Town office and the Board is waiting for a change on one of them so this will be discussed at the next meeting.

3. Route 14 Notice to Cease and Desist letter – There is no action that the Selectboard needs to take.

4. Cannabis – Mr. Benson reported that the VLTC attorney said if anyone wants to do retail sales then there would have to be a Town vote at town meeting. Anyone that wants to do this would have have to get a license first, the town would have to opt in and then it would have to go to zoning for approval.

5. Art on the Farm Public Assemblage permit was presented by Mr. Sprague which is happening on August 27, 2022 at the Sprague Farm. After reviewing the permit Mr. Benson made a motion to approve the permit, Ms. Koren seconded the motion which was carried unanimously 4-0-1 with Mr. Sprague abstaining.

J. Adjournment – Ms. Lord made a motion to adjourn at 9:41 pm, Mr. Sprague seconded the motion and there being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting was unanimously adjourned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aug 052022
 

Town of Brookfield Selectboard Meeting

August 8, 2022

6:30 PM

Town Office

AGENDA

A. Call To Order

B. Adjustments to Agenda

C. Public Comments

1. Chris White – Cannabis discussion

D. Payroll and AP Warrants

E. Highway Report

F. New Business

1. David Christensen – Wind Turbine on 734 Old Post Road

2. Permit for Oktoberfest

3. Four Public Assemblage Permits to approve

G. Old Business

H. Meeting Minutes

1. July 25, 2022

I. Other Proper Business

1. White River Valley Consortium Working Communities Challenge report from June 30 – Curtis Koren

2. Heat Pump

3. Route 14 Notice to Cease and Desist letter

J. Adjournment

Jul 272022
 

Town of Brookfield Selectboard Meeting
July 25, 2022
6:30 PM
Town Office
DRAFT Minutes
Present: John Benson, Chair; Betty Lord, Curtis Koren, Keith Sprague, members; Vicki Blanchard, Administrative Assistant, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Warren. Stuart Edson was not present.
A. Call To Order – Mr. Benson called Selectboard meeting to order at 6:36 pm.
B. Adjustments to Agenda – none
C. Public Comments
1. Scott Warren who lives on West Brookfield Road which is a dirt road approached the Selectboard to try to find a solution to prevent the amount of dust he says is very unhealthy and unsafe. Mr. Sprague was told this week that there is a pintle ring which accomodates the pintle hitch on truck 4. As soon as this arrives chloride will be able to be applied to his road as well as other roads in town.
D. Payroll and AP Warrants – Ms. Lord made a motion to accept the AP and Warants as presented with a total of $25,984.01, with the highest payment being made to Work Safe Traffic Control Industries in the amount of $5,995.27. Ms. Koren seconded the motion which carried unanimously 4-0-0
E. Highway Report – Mr. Sprague reported that last week the crew hauled hard pack to stockpile and some ditch stone. Mr. Higgins has been in touch with HP Fairfield/Tenco who are working on the new truck and was told it was headed out to be painted last week so we should be seeing the new truck this week or early next week. Mr. Higgins also asked about purchasing more crushed gravel and crushed stone from WB Rogers. This week they plan to finish installing culverts on Eagle Peak Road for which we have a grant. Mr. Higgins said he met with Jeff Gilman on the ditching to be done for this project and he should have prices sometime this week along with bridge repair prices. Ms. Lord made a motion to have Mr. Benson give WB Rogers approval to move ahead with work on Eagle Peak providing his estimate is within the grant requirements. Mr. Sprague seconded the motion which carried unanimously 4-0-0
F. New Business – none
G. Old Business
1. Heat Pump – The Selectboard is waiting to hear back from the two vendors that gave a quote on the heat pump work with answers to a few extra questions they had on the project work.
H. Meeting Minutes
1. July 11, 2022 – Mr. Sprague made a motion to accept the July 11, 2022 minutes as presented; Ms. Lord seconded the motion which carried unanimously 3-0-0. Ms. Koren had to leave just before the motion.
I Other Proper Business –
1. Oktoberfest – Ms. Lord discussed with the Board the assemblage permit for an event for Oktoberfest and a 5K race to be held on October 8, 2022 in Pond Village. The Board asked for a map of the roads to be closed for the race as well as other information regarding Oktoberfest. Ms. Lord will present the application for permit at the next meeting of the Selectboard.
2. Hippo Park – Ms. Lord reported the Mr. Ted Elzy purchased all the material to fix the fence and that Mr. James Parent came to look at the trees and gave his recommendation. Mr. Jon Bindhimmer will do the work on the trees with the exception of the weeping willow which needs a professional arborist to do the work.
3. VLCT Inspection report (for Town Office, Town Garage and the Fire House) – Mr. Benson will go over the report and report on the results at the next meeting.
J. Adjournment – Mr. Benson made a motion to adjourn at 8:25 pm., Mr. Sprague seconded the motion, and there being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting was unanimously adjourned.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Jul 242022
 

BROOKFIELD PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
BROOKFIELD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, FIRST FLOOR
WEDNESDAY JULY 27, 2022 5:30 PM
MEETING AGENDA
5:30 PM: Call to Order:

Additions or deletions to the agenda
Review, revise or approve the June 22, 2022 meeting minutes.
Questions or Issues Brought by Members of the Public-
Speed Cart and Patrol Deployments: OCSD & VSP
Review and Discussion of OCSD Activities including Patrol Hours, Reports and Bills-
VSP “Survivermont” Status
Upcoming Events Involving Brookfield:
E-911 House Number Signs Project
Traffic Sign Deployment Status
Vehicle, Pedestrian, Horse, and Bicycle Safety
Town Website Update Status
Traffic Ordinance Status-
Front Porch Forum Posting Limits
Parking Issues & Improvements in Brookfield-
August Public Safety Message-
Setting the Next Meeting-
Inviting Guests to the Next Meeting-
Final Public Comment-

Entertain a motion to adjourn the meeting.

Jul 232022
 

Town of Brookfield Selectboard Meeting
July 25, 2022
6:30 PM
Town Office
AGENDA
A. Call To Order
B. Adjustments to Agenda
C. Public Comments
D. Payroll and AP Warrants
E. Highway Report
F. New Business
G. Old Business
1. Heat Pump
H. Meeting Minutes
1. July 11, 2022
I Other Proper Business
J. Adjournment
 
 
 

Jul 222022
 

Brookfield, VT – Lister Minutes
2022 Grievance Hearings
 
7/11/22
9:00  J. Parker – Concerns: Value of house on west side of Rt.14 next to the church. Unhappy with figures because interior not seen yet. Only the garage is sound.
Results: Interior inspection; adjusted “church” to be “dry-storage outbuilding”; adjusted depreciation.
11:00 A. Hermsen (Kauffman) – Concerns:  What’s the functional depreciation for porch extent? Water drains down outside of chimney. The neighbors in Williamstown have rough buildings and lifestyle – adjust the neighborhood grade?
Results: Market values are changing. Explained that if the water from the chimney isn’t entering the house, it’s not something we can deduct for. Explained neighborhood rate.
12:00 M. Garbitelli (represented by Neal Ferenc, Esq.) – Main house – Concerns:  Appraisal does not reflect the true market value.
Results: Referred to Marshall & Swift 2019 tables, explaining how they work. Reduced quality for simplicity of construction.
12:20 M. Garbitelli (rep. Neal Ferenc, Esq.) – 1506 West St – Concerns:  Mistake on prior cost sheet regarding renovation status.
Results: Removed mobile home site-improvements. Noted 88% complete. Listers will visit the site.
3:00 G. Matthews – Concerns:  Questioning valuation. Taxes.
Results: Explained how the tax is computed. Explained that valuation is based on Marshall & Swift 2019 tables. Increased physical depreciation, increased condition, removed one (of 2) rough-ins. (see example at bottom of minutes)
4:40 J. Mattote – Concerns:  Cost of materials & labor unrealistic. Tax rate.
Results: Addressed costs of rebuilding. Explained how setting the tax rate works. Adjusted subfloor from wood to concrete slab.
6:00 J. Poulin – Bear Hill camp – Concerns:  The well cannot be accessed – no pump, no electricity. Cabin is in Current Use.
Results: Lowered value of camp, and of water.
6:20 J. Poulin – West St. – Concerns:  What’s the $ 5100 listed twice on the Cost Sheet? Please remove the 336 sq ft. outbuilding. Window & siding replacements – revisit condition & quality.
Results: Answered the $ 5100 question. Removed the 336 sq ft. outbuilding. Adjusted the % good for outbuildings.
6:40 A. Ferguson – Concerns:  Comparable valuation by Northfield Savings Bank was  $ 310,000, which was much lower than the Brookfield appraisal.
Results: Explained why bank evaluations are often different from town valuations. Decreased quality to 4.5, to match more closely the square footage and the age of the building. Changed “carport” to “porch #4”.  Increased depreciation from 14%. Decreased condition to “average”.
 
7/12/22
3:00 W. Clodgo – Concerns:  Square footage on 2nd floor is incorrect. Roof shingles are broken; the whole block needs replacing. Basement sill is rotting.
Results: Adjusted 2nd floor square feet. Removed finished basement. Adjusted quality back to 3.0
3:20 R. Rilling – Concerns:  Please explain the Cost Sheet.
Results: No action. Explained the Cost Sheet.
3:40 D. Leonard – Concerns:  Baths are 1.5. Shed split into 2. Porch & deck are all one, and rotting. Furnace is not used; using pellet stoves instead.
Results: Adjust porches, heat and landscape.
4:00 L. Kelly – Concerns:  Land value different from bank appraisal 2019.
Results:  Addressed bank appraisal issue. Adjusted site grade and quality grade.
4:20 J. Stewart – Concerns:  7 rooms should be 6. Values for septic and pond.
Results: Changed room count to 6. Explained landscaping (septic, pond, water). Changed quality grade back to 3.5.
4:40 D. Doda – Concerns:  House is built on a concrete slab. It’s a one-bedroom (with closet) house. There are 2 baths. The “garage” structure on the farm is actually a “barn”. Are all farm buildings in Current Use?
Results: Changed the sub-floor to concrete pad. Added 3% functional depreciation to house because of only one bedroom. Changed the farm structure from a garage to a barn. Yes, all farm buildings are in Current Use.
5:00 J. Mayotte – Concerns – The furnace isn’t working. Pellet stove and wood stove are used instead. Moisture in basement. The sills on one side are spongy. The roof needs replacing. There is no bath on 2nd floor. Shed building.
Results: Removed central heat value. Removed bath from 2nd floor. Condition is the argument. Increased physical depreciation to 40%.
5:20 P. Hatch – Concerns:  Explanation needed. Concerned about taxes.
Results: Reviewed Cost Sheet. Removed one equipment shed <100 sf. Adjusted energy to Average. Explained that when the grand list goes up, taxes will lower or stay the same as last year. (see bottom of minutes)
5:40 H. McCall – main house – Concerns:  There are only 3 bedrooms; the total rooms should be set back to 7. Neighbor’s house is run-down.
Results: Adjusted room counts.
6:00 Real Cap (H. McCall) – Concerns:  There are 3 bedrooms, not 4.
Results: Changed number of bedrooms. Added square footage for 2nd floor overhang above porch, and for a dormer larger than what was stated (increased living area by 57 sq ft total). Updated exterior wall. Added depreciation.
6:20 J. Zebora – Concerns:  Property is both field and woods. Property improvements needed. Septic is okay. Received quote of $ 2560 to replace water.
Results: Adjusted quality to entire house. Changed the attached garage to a shed. Added depreciation.
6:40 K. Sikora – Concerns: Adjust for ponds because one is State-owned? House has 4.5 baths. The front porch is off; roof is still there. Entire house could be “average/fair”. Square footage of basement, 1st floor, 2nd floor needs adjusting. Porch #2 square footage is overstated.
Results: Researched ponds, and adjusted. Adjusted bath and fixture counts. Adjusted drawing of basement, 1st floor, 2nd floor, and changed square footage everywhere needed. Adjusted functional depreciation to average/fair. Removed porch #1’s floor; adjusted porch #2. “Super adequacy” value decreases with square footage decrease. House is oversize to quality grade.
7:00 R. Brownstein – Concerns:  Sheds to left should be taken off? Barn. Roof drainage problem on pond side of house.
Results: Adjusted living area, depreciation and fixture count. Adjusted finish on 1st floor. Attached garage.
Email from L. Smith-Frailey – Concerns:  Landlocked, very small parcel.
Results: Site grade lowered due to limited access.
 
Respectfully submitted,
Teresa Godfrey, Brookfield Lister
Phyllis Humez, Brookfield Lister
Sean Boyce, Site Appraiser (from VT Appraisal Co.)
Ted Nelson, Appraiser, VT Appraisal Co.
 
 
Example of How Taxes Could Stay the Same or Go Down, When the Grand List Goes Up
 
Pretend:        100,000        Amount we voted on at Town Meeting for the Budget this year.
500,000        Total value of properties in Brookfield.
 
100,000 / 500,000 =  0.20 tax rate
 
Town-Wide Reappraisal happens. The new total value of properties goes up 200,000.
 
100,000        Amount we voted for the Budget this year.
700,000        New total value of properties in Brookfield.
 
100,000 / 700,000 =  NEW  0.14 tax rate
 

Jul 162022
 

Present and Voting: Amy Borgman, Dan Childs, Emily Noyes, Susan O’Brien, Starr Strong
Present and Not Voting: Laura Rochat, Librarian
-Welcome to our Board’s 5th member, Susan O’Brien, duly elected and sworn in, bringing us up to full membership. So glad to have you with us!
-Treasurer’s Report: We are beginning our new fiscal year as of July 1, 2022. Per Dan we are on track with our records showing most of our 2021 expenditures went for books and other resources. Our latest phone contract has saved a considerable amount of money for us and the Town.
-Librarian’s Report: Summer numbers are picking up a bit as school has let out and Summer visitors are arriving. Laura reports that the BFPL is again collaborating with the Brookfield Elementary School on the annual Vermont Library reading program. Transitioning folks to the new Overdrive platform for ListenUp VT is still in progress and is going well.
Info on ARPA Funds and recent programming noted in Minutes below.
-OLD Business: We recently hosted 2 programs, as noted below
*An educator from VINS presented a wildlife program at the BES as a precursor to the Summer Reading Program. Despite the attractiveness of the accompanying hawk and box turtle, this program was disappointing in its ability to engage with the young audience.
*Christina Swann’s petting zoo returned to the OTH. We attracted another great crowd of 22 adults and 23 children, spread out over the time she was here. If she had arrived at the scheduled time there would have been more time for the children to interact with the wonderful animals she provided.
*Recent Library ARPA Funds were spent on outdoor furniture from LL Bean. This was assembled by Jon Jickling and family (many thanks for that) and is now attractively sitting on the front lawn of the Library.
*Another box of discarded children’s books has been donated to DCF to be distributed to Foster families, a box of discarded adult books was donated to the Gifford Thrift Shop.
NEW Business: There is still time for the Library to provide more Summer programming. Board Members are asked to consider options and notify Laura of any thoughts or possibilities on this.
Laura has contacted The Bird Diva, Bridget Butler, who is currently booking into next year, to present a program when available. Starr will contact The Bear Guy in NH about a presentation. We all agree that we will hold another Deconstruction Day, probably in the Fall.
NEXT MEETING: Wednesday September 7, 2022 @ 6:30pm.

Jul 152022
 

Town of Brookfield Selectboard Meeting
July 11, 2022
6:30 PM
Betty and Gary Lord’s home on
419 West Street, Brookfield
DRAFT Minutes
Present: John Benson, Chair; Betty Lord, Stuart Edson, Dennis LaRocque; members, Curtis Koren was not present; Vicki Blanchard, Administrative Assistant; Amy Ingrassia, Assistant Treasurer; Donald and Tamara West, Keith Sprague.
A. Call To Order – Mr. Benson called the Selectboard meeting to order at 6:30 pm
B. Adjustments to Agenda – Mr. Benson suggested that New Business (F) be moved to come after Public Comments (C)
C. Public Comments
1. Donald West – regarding Old Stage Road (TH45) Mr. West attended the meeting to discuss the Old State Road (TH 45). Mr. Benson stated he had a letter from the town’s attorney recommending the section under discussion be settled by a Quick Claim Deed. The deed would be signed by the four property owners whose land abuts that section of Old Stage Road. Mr. Benson made a motion to get the Quick Claim Deed done and signed so when the next Town May comes out it can be corrected. Ms. Lord seconded the motion which was carried unanimously 4-0-0
F. New Business
1. Vacancy – Mr. LaRocque submitted his resignation to the Selectboard and Mr. Benson and the other members wished him well and expressed the hope that in the future he would consider running again. Mr. LaRocque recommended that Keith Sprague take his place. Mr. Benson made a motion to appoint Mr. Sprague to fill the position for Mr. LaRocque. Mr. Edson seconded the motion which carried unanimously 3-0-0. Mr. Sprague will serve the rest of Mr. LaRocque’s term which is until the next Town Meeting Day in 2023.
D. Payroll and AP Warrants –
1. Mr. Benson made a motion to sign a contract for fuel and propane for the next heating season with Gillespie’s. Ms. Lord seconded the motion which was carried unanimously 3-0-0.
2. Ms. Lord made a motion to approve the AP warrants as presented with a total of $56,957.95 and with the highest payment being made to The Town of Barre in the amount of $34,775.01 for EMS services. Mr. Edson Seconded the motion which carried unanimously 3-0-0.
E. Highway Report
1. Amendment #3 to Memorandum of Agreement – MU0227 – The Agreement was signed and will be sent back to the state.
2. The road crew has been ditching, hauling stone, tree work on various roads. Some brake work has been done on the large truck. Stone for next mud season was purchased from WB Rogers.
3. The Parker Road bridge will be worked on by Charlie Gilman. There is FEMA money available which the town will apply to this project.
4. Mr. Gilman gave a quote of $18,000 to do improvement work on the Town office parking lot and to make a rain garden from the water runoff in that area. Mr. Benson made a motion to authorize WB Rogers to move forward with the updates above. Mr. Edson seconded the motion which carried unanimously 3-0-0.
F. New Business – moved above.
1. Vacancy
G. Old Business – none
H. Meeting Minutes June 27, 2022 – Ms. Lord made a motion to accept the June 27, 2022 minutes as presented; Mr. Edson seconded the motion, which carried unanimously 3-0-0.
I Other Proper Business
1. Agreement EM0165 – Town of Brookfield/Town Highway Emergency Fund – Mr. Benson made a motion to execute the Town Highway Emergency Grant. This money will cover work on roads and ditches from the July 21, 2021 storm. Mr. Edson seconded the motion, which carried unanimously 3-0-0.
2. Personnel Policy – In the Personnel Policy the Town’s health care company needed to be changed to MVP and a couple of typo’s that needed to be corrected. The Policy is now current.
3. Over the weekend there was a gathering on Route 14 and Mike Ferillo was asked to see if there was anything in the Town Ordinance that was not being followed. It appeared that no laws were being broken and there was no issue that should come before the Selectboard.
4. It was noted that someone on East Hill is putting in a road as well as a site for a mobile home. As no request for permitting has been made in the Town Clerk’s Office, Mr. Ferillo will contact the owner and offer to help him with getting the necessary permits.
J. Adjournment – Ms. Lord made a motion to adjourn at 8:45 pm., Mr. Edson seconded the motion and there being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting was unanimously adjourned.

Jul 132022
 

Minutes DRAFT Brookfield Planning Commission
Date: July 12th, 2022
Present: Gwynn Zakov (Chair), Martha Judy, Keven Ring, Will White
Public present: Amy Ingressia, Jack Zebora, David Christensen, Stu Edson (Select Board)
Chair Zakov called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m.
Will White & Martha Judy moved to approve minutes from the May 24th meeting. The minutes passed unanimously.
Stu Edson came to talk about current and potential cannabis regulations for Brookfield and how it applies to the current and future bylaws. Amy Ingressia and Jack Zebora had questions on a potential wholesale/retail operation.
David Christensen presented more information to the commission about his planned wind turbine installation on Old Post Rd. David Christensen will provide the Planning Commission with more information on his request for a preferred site designation at next meeting.
Commission then reviewed Development Districts and Current Use in town bylaws. Gwynn (Chair) will contact TRORC on campgrounds and retail definitions in surrounding towns
No other new/old business
Date of next meeting set for Tuesday Sept 13th, 2022
Chair Zakov adjourned the meeting at 8:33 p.m.
Respectfully submitted, Keven Ring
 

Jul 092022
 

The Brookfield Library trustees will be meeting on Monday July 11th at 6:30 pm in the library. Members of the public are welcome to attend. On the agenda will be programming, and planning for an outdoor patio or reading space.