Jun 092020
 

Town of Brookfield
Selectboard Meeting
May 26, 2020 at 6:30 P.M.
Town Clerk’s Office
Draft Minutes
Attending: John Benson (Chair), Jeff Kimmel, Dennis LaRocque; Lew Stowell (Public Safety Advisory Committee), Les Haskell
A. Call to Order – 6:31 p.m.
B. Adjustments to Agenda – (see below)
C. Public Comment: (none)
D. Highway Report:
1) Performance Review (Rich Hamblin): moved towards end of meeting.
2) Gravel Pit: as reported at the last Board meeting, Road Crew Foreman Ray Peck has been discussing a proposed plan with Keith Sprague to obtain sand for the Town; Mr. Sprague may have a site that could be opened up as a sand pit.
Mr. Benson suggested that the concept is worth exploring, including initial test pit borings to begin to assess the quality of the material and potential area it covers. He added that the Town will likely need a new sand supply site within about 2 years. Mr. LaRocque also wondered about another potential site that might be located near the end of Ferris Road.
The site might be subject to somewhat less State regulation if it was opened and operated as a municipal materials site, according to Mr. Benson. We would hope the supply would be adequate to keep the Town’s sand supply stable for a decade or more.
3) Baker Access Permit: Jeff Baker submitted an application for an Access Permit to upgrade a 700 feet portion of TH14 (starting at the junction with Twin Pond Road) along with creating a driveway off of TH14 into a parcel that Mr. Baker intends to develop. Mr. Haskell has a house on the corner of Twin Pond Road and TH14; he expressed concerns about the proposed road work, including appropriate drainage and culvert construction, impact on local water resources, proper continuing maintenance on the improved portion, and the potential for increased traffic on TH14. Mr. Benson noted that Class 4 roads are ineligible for the State funding that is provided for Class 1,2,3 roads.
After discussion, Mr. Benson made a motion to table the permit determination pending further information about the project; Mr. Kimmel second: 3-0-0. The Board would like to have Mr. Baker submit documents, including Subdivision and Development Permit applications that would help describe plans for the site. Mr. Benson also noted that upgrading TH14 would trigger notice of a public hearing along with notice to adjoining landowners as part of the review process.
4) Other Highway: Chris Bump (VT Agency of Transportation) and other AoT personnel visited Brookfield on May 14 to review conditions on the Ridge Road. Road Crew Foreman Ray Peck had identified several issues with the paving work performed by Pike Industries in Fall 2019. Mr. Peck, Mr. Kimmel, and Mr. LaRocque also participated in the review. Mr. Bump will follow up with a written report, which he will send to the Town.
There is also a long-term issue with a degrading culvert on Bear Hill Road; Mr. Bump planned to check that site and offer suggestions for replacement.
E. New Business
1. Emerald Ash Borer: Mr. Stowell reported on the PSAC’s activities and recommendations regarding the looming Ash Borer problem. For now, he recommended that the Town approve purchase of 30 EAB traps, which the PSAC would set up to help monitor the progress of the invasive insects. The cost would be less than $1,500. On motion of Mr. Benson, Mr. LaRocque second, the Board voted 3-0-0 to approve purchase of the traps.
Mr. Benson commented that, at this point, the Town can’t afford the likely costs of removing all the potentially affected trees along the Town’s roads. He also suggested that loggers might want to take possession of dropped trees, although the landowners would have to be willing to forego their rights of possession. Mr. Stowell added that response costs will be dependent on the speed and extent of the infestation.
2. Parking – Stone Road and at the Floating Bridge: a Stone Road property that was the subject of Board and Orange County Sheriff’s Department review in Fall 2019 has shown signs of increasing the number of vehicles encroaching on the travel-way of the road. There have also been reports of instances where children and dogs have been running into the roadway. Mr. Benson suggested that the Board send a written reminder to the property owners (with a copy to OCSD) about appropriate activities.
Bridge parking: the VT AoT is aware of the problem. Parking within the travel-way of Route 65 on both ends of the bridge seems to be inevitable. However, Mr. Benson observed that vehicles shouldn’t park on the private property and driveways of abutting landowners. The Town should check with AoT about what signage might be allowable to help notify visitors about restrictions on parking. The Town could also consider obtaining an easement for additional parking on the West side of the Bridge.
The Board is also assessing the potential for adding parking spots by the Town Offices. However, that would be primarily designed to accommodate activities at that building. The existing “horseshoe” parking area across from the Old Town Hall might also be able to be expanded by clearing material from the bank in the rear.
3. Road Signs: Mr. Kimmel will check with Mr. Peck about ordering more signs, along with other related Town Highway items such as culverts, gravel, and sand. The Town can also allocate about $20,000 to these items for FY 2020/2021, along with addressing the need for a potable water system at the Town Garage.
Mr. Stowell noted that the only Town highway with proper weight limit signs is Northfield Road. The Town has been trying to work through the State’s system and requirements for establishing and posting weight limits. Questions also remain about how to enforce the limits. The Town will continue to issue weight permits based on vehicle weights and number of axles, with the Town’s Administrative Assistant and Road Crew Foreman involved in the review process.
4. OCSD Contract: Mr. Stowell provided a review of the Sheriff’s Department budget and actual Town expenditures. The FY 2019/2020 budget amount was $12,000, and the FY 2020/2021 budget amount approved at Town Meeting was $12,500.
F. Old Business
1. Performance Review (Ray Peck): Mr. Kimmel will have Mr. Peck sign the review form, and turn it over to Administrative Assistant Kasey Peterson.
2. Town Garage Committee: the Board has several potential candidates for the committee, and anticipates appointing members at the next meeting. Mr. Benson mentioned that there is a great deal of planning and financial information already available for the committee to consider, based on prior work performed by Connor Construction, which prepared several versions of plans for the garage project. Mr. Benson also provided a summary of approaches to the bidding and contract processes.
3. Personnel Policy – deferred.
G. Approve Selecboard Meeting Minutes: Mr. LaRocque made a motion to approve the Meeting Minutes of May 11, 2020; Mr. Benson second. Mr. Benson asked for discussion (none): 3-0-0.
H. Payroll/AP Warrants: Mr. LaRocque made a motion to pay the warrants totaling $12,353.29 with large bills that include: Kirk Yard Services (Cemetery): $7,950.00; Gillespie Fuels and Propane (Fire Department Heat): $995.40 and (Office Fuel): $896.40; Mr. Kimmel second. Mr. Benson asked for discussion (none): 3-0-0.
I. Other Proper Business: Employee Performance Review. On motion of Mr. Benson, Mr. LaRocque second, the Board voted 3-0-0 to go into Executive Session at 8:38 p.m., for a personnel discussion. The Board exited the session at 8:42 p.m.
J. Mr. LaRocque made a motion to adjourn at 8:54 p.m., Mr. Kimmel second: 3-0-0.

May 252020
 

NOTICE AND AGENDA FOR REMOTE MEETING
 
The Public Safety Advisory Committee for the Town of Brookfield, VT will meet remotely by electronic means on May 27, 2020 at 5:40 PM
 
Information on how to access the remote meeting:
 
By telephone: Dial [(701) 802-5217
When prompted enter the meeting Access Code]. 3053801
 
Please review our “Informational Handout for Remote Public Meetings” to understand how these electronic meetings will be managed. If you wish to make a public comment but do not have the ability to comment remotely during the meeting, please email your comment(s) to Brookfield Public Safety Advisory Committee at publicsafety@brookfieldvt.org
 
To ensure smooth access, we recommend that you test your remote meeting software in advance of the meeting. If you have difficultly accessing the meeting, please call [insert phone number] or email publicsafety@brookfieldvt.org
 
BROOKFIELD PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
WEDNESDAY MAY 27, 2020, 5:40 PM
All times will depend upon the amount of public participation and committee discussion.
AGENDA
 

5:40 PM: Call to Order
5:42 PM: Additions or deletions to the agenda

Public comment

5:45 PM: Review and approve previous of April 29, 2020 meeting minutes

Public comment

5:50 PM: Open public comment period (if applicable)
6:00 PM Review of Select Board Actions at Previous Meeting(s)

Public comment

6:15 PM: Continuing Review of OCSD Activities, Reports and Bills.

Public comment

6:30 PM: Town Over Weight and Over Sized System Project Progress

Public comment

6:35 PM: E-911 Sign and Traffic Sign Status

Public comment

6:40 PM: Emerald Ash Borer Progress

Public comment

6:50 PM:] Public Safety Advisory Committee Website Use

Public comment

7:00 PM: June Public Safety Message

Public comment

7:05PM: Setting the Next Meeting
7:10 PM Inviting Guests to the Next Meeting
7:15: Entertain motion to adjourn meeting

 
INFORMATIONAL HANDOUT FOR REMOTE MEETINGS
Remote Public Meetings
All public body meetings for the [insert name of municipality] will be conducted remotely via electronic means for the duration of Governor Scott’s State of Emergency declaration. Whenever feasible, the public will also be able to access and participate in the remote meetings by dialing in through telephone.
Accessing a Meeting
Please refer to each public body’s notice and agenda for information on how to access a remote meeting. Please note that whether you join by telephone, computer, or device, you may be put on hold or in a waiting “room” until granted access to the meeting. You also may be muted or restricted from using any chat function until the public comment portion of the meeting.
Participation
All meetings will be conducted in accordance with the respective “Rules of Procedure” of each public body, to the extent practicable. The public body will follow its agenda and allow public attendees to participate through voice (audio) means where feasible or alternatively using any chat function during the designated public comment periods on the agenda and at other applicable times as needed.
Initially, the meeting’s host/organizer will mute all participants that are not members of the public body. This is necessary to control background noise. The host/organizer will then unmute participants or allow participants to unmute themselves when invited to speak by the Chair of the public body.
Please review the following guidelines:

The Chair will invite comment:

during the time designated on the agenda for public comment;
after the public body discusses each agenda item;
before the public body takes action;
during any open public comment period, if applicable; and
other times as determined by the public body.

When a participant/attendee is unmuted, they must state their name before commenting.

If the public body successfully moves to enter an executive session, the meeting’s host/organizer will then place everyone that is not part of the executive session on hold or a virtual waiting “room.” This will prevent attendees from hearing or participating in the meeting during the duration of the executive session. When the public body exits executive session, the host/organizer will then grant access back to the remote meeting.
When the public body adjourns the meeting, the host/organizer will end the electronic meeting by turning off/closing the remote meeting software. Attendees will be automatically disconnected.
Minutes and other public records that were part of the meeting will be made available in accordance with VT’s Open Meeting and Public Records Laws.
 
To learn more about Remote Public Meetings and the Open Meeting Law, please visit the Secretary of State’s Municipal Assistance webpage at https://sos.vermont.gov/municipal-division/laws-resources/covid-19-response/.

Apr 272020
 

NOTICE AND AGENDA FOR REMOTE MEETING
The Public Safety Advisory Committee for the Town of Brookfield, VT will meet remotely by electronic means on April 29, 2010 at 5:40 PM
Information on how to access the remote meeting:
By telephone: Dial [(701) 802-5217
When prompted enter the meeting Access Code 3053801
Please review our “Informational Handout for Remote Public Meetings” to understand how these electronic meetings will be managed. If you wish to make a public comment but do not have the ability to comment remotely during the meeting, please email your comment(s) to Brookfield Public Safety Committee at publicsafety@brookfieldvt.org.
To ensure smooth access, we recommend that you test your remote meeting software in advance of the meeting. If you have difficultly accessing the meeting, please call (844) 844-1322 or email publicsafety@brookfieldvt.org
BROOKFIELD PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
WEDNESDAY APRIL 29, 2020, 5:40 PM
All times will depend upon the amount of public participation
AGENDA
• 5:40 PM: Call to Order
• 5:42 PM: Additions or deletions to the agenda
o Public comment
• 5:45 PM: Review and approve previous of February 26, 2020 meeting minutes
o Public comment
• 5:50 PM: Open public comment period (if applicable)
• 6:00 PM Continuing Review of OCSD Activities, Reports and Bills. [OCSD Patrol Hours]
o Public comment
• 6:10 PM: Town Over Weight and Over Sized System Project Progress
o Public comment
• 6:20 PM: E-911 Sign and Traffic Sign Status
o Public comment
• 6:25 PM: Emerald Ash Borer Progress
o Public comment
• 6:30 PM : Discuss Needed or Likely Projects for FY 2021
o Public comment
• 6:45 PM:] Public Safety Advisory Committee Website Use
o Public comment
• 6:50 PM: May Public Safety Message
o Public comment
• 7:00PM: Setting the Next Meeting
• 7:05 PM Inviting Guests to the Next Meeting
• 7:10: Entertain motion to adjourn meeting
 
INFORMATIONAL HANDOUT FOR REMOTE MEETINGS
Remote Public Meetings
All public body meetings for the Brookfield, VT Public Safety Advisory Committee will be conducted remotely via electronic means for the duration of Governor Scott’s State of Emergency declaration. Whenever feasible, the public will also be able to access and participate in the remote meetings by dialing in through telephone.
Accessing a Meeting
Please refer to each public body’s notice and agenda for information on how to access a remote meeting. Please note that whether you join by telephone, computer, or device, you may be put on hold or in a waiting “room” until granted access to the meeting. You also may be muted or restricted from using any chat function until the public comment portion of the meeting.
Participation
All meetings will be conducted in accordance with the respective “Rules of Procedure” of each public body, to the extent practicable. The public body will follow its agenda and allow public attendees to participate through voice (audio) means where feasible or alternatively using any chat function during the designated public comment periods on the agenda and at other applicable times as needed.
Initially, the meeting’s host/organizer will mute all participants that are not members of the public body. This is necessary to control background noise. The host/organizer will then unmute participants or allow participants to unmute themselves when invited to speak by the Chair of the public body.
Please review the following guidelines:
 The Chair will invite comment:
o during the time designated on the agenda for public comment;
o after the public body discusses each agenda item;
o before the public body takes action;
o during any open public comment period, if applicable; and
o other times as determined by the public body.
 When a participant/attendee is unmuted, they must state their name before commenting.
If the public body successfully moves to enter an executive session, the meeting’s host/organizer will then place everyone that is not part of the executive session on hold or a virtual waiting “room.” This will prevent attendees from hearing or participating in the meeting during the duration of the executive session. When the public body exits executive session, the host/organizer will then grant access back to the remote meeting.
When the public body adjourns the meeting, the host/organizer will end the electronic meeting by turning off/closing the remote meeting software. Attendees will be automatically disconnected.
Minutes and other public records that were part of the meeting will be made available in accordance with VT’s Open Meeting and Public Records Laws.
To learn more about Remote Public Meetings and the Open Meeting Law, please visit the Secretary of State’s Municipal Assistance webpage at https://sos.vermont.gov/municipal-division/laws-resources/covid-19-response/.

Apr 232020
 

Town of Brookfield
Selectboard
NOTICE AND AGENDA FOR REMOTE MEETING
The Selectboard for the Town of Brookfield will meet remotely by electronic means on
27 April 2020 at 6:20 PM
Information on how to access the remote meeting:
By telephone: Dial 1-952-206-4916. When prompted enter the meeting ID: 881559
Please review our “Informational Handout for Remote Public Meetings” to understand how these electronic meetings will be managed. If you wish to make a public comment but do not have the ability to comment remotely during the meeting, please email your comment(s) to Kasey Peterson at Admin@brookfieldvt.org
 
A. Call To Order
B. Adjustments to Agenda
C. Public Comments
D. Highway Report
E. New Business
1. TRORC Transportation Advisory Committee Rep
2. Cemetery Maintenance Bids – Mowing and Sexton Services
3. Extension for Submission of Grand List
F. Old Business
1. Tax Date Change – Interest on Delinquent Payments
2. Tatro Permit – Morgan Horse Race date change – 29 August 2020
G. Approve Minutes from the 13 April 2020 Meeting
H. Payroll and AP Warrants
I. Adjournment

Apr 092020
 

INFORMATIONAL HANDOUT FOR REMOTE MEETINGS
 
Remote Public Meetings
All public body meetings for the Town of Brookfield will be conducted remotely via electronic means for the duration of Governor Scott’s State of Emergency declaration. Whenever feasible, the public will also be able to access and participate in the remote meetings by dialing in through telephone.
Accessing a Meeting
Please refer to each public body’s notice and agenda for information on how to access a remote meeting. Please note that whether you join by telephone, computer, or device, you may be put on hold or in a waiting “room” until granted access to the meeting. You also may be muted or restricted from using any chat function until the public comment portion of the meeting.
Participation
All meetings will be conducted in accordance with the respective “Rules of Procedure” of each public body, to the extent practicable. The public body will follow its agenda and allow public attendees to participate through voice (audio) means where feasible or alternatively using any chat function during the designated public comment periods on the agenda and at other applicable times as needed.
Initially, the meeting’s host/organizer will mute all participants that are not members of the public body. This is necessary to control background noise. The host/organizer will then unmute participants or allow participants to unmute themselves when invited to speak by the Chair of the public body.
Please review the following guidelines:
The Chair will invite comment:

during the time designated on the agenda for public comment;
after the public body discusses each agenda item;
before the public body takes action;
during any open public comment period, if applicable; and
other times as determined by the public body.
When a participant/attendee is unmuted, they must state their name before commenting.

If the public body successfully moves to enter an executive session, the meeting’s host/organizer will then place everyone that is not part of the executive session on hold or a virtual waiting “room.” This will prevent attendees from hearing or participating in the meeting during the duration of the executive session. When the public body exits executive session, the host/organizer will then grant access back to the remote meeting.
When the public body adjourns the meeting, the host/organizer will end the electronic meeting by turning off/closing the remote meeting software. Attendees will be automatically disconnected.
Minutes and other public records that were part of the meeting will be made available in accordance with VT’s Open Meeting and Public Records Laws.
 
To learn more about Remote Public Meetings and the Open Meeting Law, please visit the Secretary of State’s Municipal Assistance webpage at https://sos.vermont.gov/municipal-division/laws-resources/covid-19-response/.
 
 

Apr 012020
 

Town of Brookfield, VT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Cemetery Sexton
April 2020
The Town of Brookfield is requesting proposals from qualified contractors to perform sexton duties for the Brookfield Cemeteries. Responsibilities include:

Check on cemeteries twice each week throughout the Summer and once each week in the Fall, to aid in maintenance of fences and stones.
Sale of cemetery plots and production of cemetery deeds.
Maintenance of maps and card files located at the Town Office.
Install corner markers,  mark out foundations, and review and approve/disapprove stone designs to be installed.
Prepare a budget for the cemeteries.
Place flags before Memorial Day and remove them in November.

The Town of Brookfield encourages bids from women/minority/economically disadvantaged businesses
Proof of Workers’ Compensation Insurance is required. Contract to run: 1 July 2020 through 30 June 2021. The Town reserves the right to negotiate a fee adjustment and extension of the contract for up to an additional 2 years.
Bids may be submitted by mail to: Brookfield Town Office, PO Box 463, Brookfield, VT 05036; or by e-mail at admin@brookfieldvt.org and must be received by April 23, 2020.

Apr 012020
 

Town of Brookfield, VT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Cemetery Maintenance
April 2020
The Town of Brookfield is requesting proposals from qualified contractors to mow, trim weeds, remove/sweep grass clippings from headstones, and seasonal cleanup – once in the Spring and again in the Fall –  at the Town of Brookfield Cemeteries and other public spaces as follows:

West Brookfield Cemetery
Both Brookfield Center Cemeteries
East Brookfield Cemetery
Cemetery Street Cemetery
Hippo Park
The War Memorial Monument area on Stone Road
The Town Clerk’s Office

The Town of Brookfield encourages bids from women/minority/economically disadvantaged businesses.
Proof of Workers’ Compensation Insurance is required. The proposed contract will run from 1 May 2020 through 30 November 2021. The Town reserves the right to negotiate a fee adjustment and extension of the contract for up to an additional 2 years.
Bids may be submitted by mail to: Brookfield Town Office, PO Box 463, Brookfield, VT 05036; or by e-mail at admin@brookfieldvt.org and must be received by April 23, 2020.

Mar 262020
 

Brookfield Selectboard Meeting of March 23, 2020
Draft Minutes
Town Clerk’s Office on Ralph Road
Selectboard:  John Benson (Chair), Jeff Kimmel, Dennis LaRocque
Public Attendees:  Teresa Godfrey (Recorder), Steve Schaefer

Call Meeting to Order: J. Benson called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.
Loader:

J. Kimmel reported that he had talked to Ray Peck, Road Foreman, concerning the bids and trade-in value for the loader. J. Kimmel provided a chart and information with the results of the 4 bids. R. Peck had previously reviewed the bids and tested some of what was offered with the Road Crew.  They were all in agreement that the loader presented by Milton CAT was the preferred purchase.  Quotes included the following:
A. Beauregard (CASE 621G Wheel Loader)-$166,075-Trade-in $38,600=$127,475 Payments of $21,039/7 yr. annual payment
B. Beauregard (CASE 721G Wheel Loader)-$196,175-Trade-in $38,600=$157,575 Payments of $25,852/7 yr. annual payment
C. NORTRAX (John Deere 544L Wheel Loader)-$197,900-Trade-in $49,000=$148,900  Payments range from $32,019.94-5 yrs. /$27,163.76-6 yrs. /$23,699.79-7 yrs. annual payment
D. NORTRAX (John Deere 624L Wheel Loader)-$215,900-Trade-in $49,000=$166,900 Payments range from $35,890.72-5 yrs. /$30,447.46-6 yrs. /$26,564.77-7 yrs. annual payment
E. NORTRAX (John Deere 544L Wheel Loader)-$193,338-Trade-in $39,500=$153,838 Extended Warranty + Preventative Maintenance Options Inc.
F. NORTRAX (John Deere 624L Wheel Loader)-$213,619-Trade-in $39,500=$174,119 Extended Warranty + Preventative Maintenance Options Inc.
G. Anderson Equipment (KOMATSU WA 270-8 Wheel Loader 3V)-$186,926-Trade-in $60,000=$126,926 Payments range from $33,397-4 yrs. / $27,144-5 yrs. / $22,979-6 yrs. annual payment
H. Milton CAT (CATERPILLAR 930M Wheel Loader)-$200,000-Trade-in $60,000=$140,000 Payments of $22,300/7 yr. annual payment
J. Benson said Milton CAT would not require any payment until after the July 1, 2020 fiscal year began. S. Schaefer questioned if the Highway Department was going to adjust hours or have lay-offs due to COVID-19. J. Benson said no, they will continue to operate.
T. Godfrey, Treasurer, presented to the Board the current financial balance of $1,069,635.49 in the checking accounts. Her concern was, with the financial difficulties families are having with the current situation, the balance would just cover the payment to OSSD for the May 22, 2020 school payment, leaving little in the accounts to run the Town. Other towns are also looking at this issue, Randolph included.
After further discussion, the Board decided they should delay the agreement with Milton CAT.
On motion by J. Benson, seconded by J. Kimmel, the Board voted to postpone actual enactment of the agreement as provided by Milton CAT until we have further information on the economy.   Vote 3-0-0

Review and approval of Warrants:

On motion by D. LaRocque, seconded by J. Kimmel, the Board voted to pay the warrants in the amount of $4,091.14.  This amount included the payment of $3,425.00 to White River Valley Ambulance.   Vote 3-0-0

Review and approval of March 9, 2020 Selectboard meeting minutes:

On motion by J. Kimmel, seconded by D. LaRocque, the Board voted to approve the March 9, 2020 minutes with some minor amendments.   Vote 3-0-0

Other business:

J. Benson said they have requested that Kasey Peterson, Admin. Asst. write a RFP for Cemetery Sexton and mowing for the upcoming year.
The Board each received additional information from both Jon Binhammer and Stuart Edson concerning the Conservation Commission purchasing the development rights from a portion of land owned by Theresa & Charlie Taplin as discussed in the March 9, 2020 Selectboard meeting minutes.
J. Benson received a call concerning 4-wheel ATV’s being driven on the Town roads. He said he suggested the concerned citizen try to get pictures of this and report it to the State Police for them to investigate.
The Board discussed the ever changing directives from the Governor’s Office and how we will proceed with future Selectboard meetings and Open Meeting Law concerns.
D. LaRocque submitted his resignation as Town Auditor dated March 23, 2020 due to being Selectboard member and being Auditor are not being compatible offices per State Statute.
    6. Adjournment:
On motion by J. Benson, seconded by D. LaRocque, the Board voted to adjourn at 7:00 p.m.   Vote 3-0-0
Respectfully submitted,
Teresa Godfrey, Recorder
 

Mar 192020
 

In response to the recommendations of the CDC and the Department of Health, the Selectboard meetings will be limited in scope to those essential functions necessary to the operation of the Town. We greatly appreciate everyone’s cooperation and understanding in limiting the exposure by human interaction in support of our nations efforts to curtail the spread of this potentially deadly virus. We will adjust our proceeding moving forward based on the directives and guidelines received from the State and Federal government.
The agenda for the 23 March 2020 meeting is available on the calendar.