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********************  January 2017  ********************

January 4, 2017 Agenda
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
After Joint Select Board Meeting

 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
Correspondence
Appoint Representative to Lyndon Rescue, Inc.
Discuss Changing Sign at Corner of Dane Road and Chesley Hill Road from Stop to Yield
Discuss information on Floor Drains in the Municipal building
Possible Executive Session for Salaries and Benefits for Town Employees
Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting
Adjournment

January 4, 2017 Agenda
Joint Sheffield/Wheelock Select Board Meeting
Sheffield Municipal Building
6:00 PM

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
Report on Keniston and Dane Educational Fund
Report on Transfer Station Operations
Possible Executive Session for Review of Transfer Station employee salaries
Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting
Adjournment

January 4, 2017 Minutes

Sheffield Select Board Meeting

Municipal Building

Following Joint Select Board Meeting

 

Present: Walter Smith (Chairperson), Maxwell (Max) Aldrich and Charles Gilman, Select Board
William St. Peter, Town Clerk
Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk

The meeting was called to order at 6:39 PM by Walter Smith as Chairman with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
There were no additions, deletions or amendments.

Correspondence
2016 Equalization Study Results reviewed. The Common Level of Appraisal (CLA) is 101.2%.  A CLA measure over 100% indicates that property is generally listed for more than its fair market value. By statute (32 V.S.A. § 4041a) a CLA of less than 80% necessitates a reappraisal.
The Coefficient of dispersion (COD) is a measure of how fairly distributed the property tax is.  Sheffield’s COD is 14.64%. A COD over 20% necessitates a reappraisal. (32 V.S.A. §4041a).

Appoint Representative to Lyndon Rescue, Inc.
Max Aldrich made the motion the motion to appoint Wendy Scofield as the Sheffield Representative to Lyndon Rescue. Seconded by Walter Smith. Motion passed.

Discuss Changing Sign at Corner of Dane Road and Chesley Hill Road form STOP to YIELD
Walter Smith made the motion to change the sign subject to approval by the Sheriff’s Department. Seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed.

Discuss Information on Floor Drains in the Municipal building
This item was passed over until spring 2017.

Possible Executive Session for Salaries and Benefits for Town Employees
Walter Smith made the motion to go into Executive session to discuss salaries and benefits for town employees at 6:56 PM. Seconded and approved.
The meeting resumed at 7:12 PM.  Walter Smith explained that the Select Board can support a budget for the role of Assistant Town Clerk to be capped at an amount equivalent to 18 hours per week at an hourly wage of $12.00.
Walter Smith made the motion to budget up to $2,900.00 in 2017 for employee health insurance premium for town employee Dennis Newland. Seconded by Max Aldrich. Motion passed.
Other benefits were not discussed. The Board decided to table the benefit discussion until an undetermined future date.

 Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting
Max Aldrich reported that he will be talking to land owners on the Ham’s Camp Road this spring about the road. There is a 1/10th mile of the road on the State Road maps. Sheffield cannot say that the road goes to the town line. What is the feeling among the land owners and interested parties?

Adjournment
There being no further business, Max Aldrich made the motion to adjourn, seconded by Charlie Gilman. Motion passed. Meeting was adjourned at 7:31 PM.

Respectfully submitted,

William St. Peter
Town Clerk

Approved
Select Board
Town of Sheffield 

_________________________________________________
Walter Smith, Chairman

 ____             _______________________________________
Charles Gilman

 __________________________________________________
Maxwell Aldrich

 

********************  February 2017  ********************

February 1, 2017 Agenda
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
Immediately following
Public Hearings
Which Begin at 6:00 PM

 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
Correspondence
Review Letter of Concern Regarding the Sheffield – Wheelock Transfer Station
Review Town Treasurer Report
Review Keniston and Dane Report
Review Town Meeting Preparation
Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting
Adjournment

January 4, 2017 Minutes
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
Following Joint Select Board Meeting

 

Present: Walter Smith (Chairperson), Maxwell (Max) Aldrich and Charles Gilman, Select Board
William St. Peter, Town Clerk
Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)
Ed Richardson, Town Hall Committee

The meeting was called to order at 6:41 PM by Walter Smith as Chairman with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
There were no additions, deletions or amendments.

Correspondence
VT League of Cities and Towns- Loss Report for the past 5 years
NEK Waste Management Quarterly Report
Animal Control Complaint by Candy Fox
VT League of Cities and Towns- Special Membership Meeting and notice of Changes of Personnel in Risk Management Office
VT League of Cities and Towns- PACIF Insurance Coverage Documents

Correspondence noted for the record. No actions taken by the Board.

Review Letter of Concern Regarding the Sheffield – Wheelock Transfer Station
Walter Smith noted receipt of a letter from Carol Rossi of Wheelock asking the Select Board of Sheffield to “consider Wheelock’s strained finances in future decisions related to the Transfer Station budget.” Mr. Smith stated that the Sheffield Select Board cannot speak to any decisions made by the Joint Sheffield/ Wheelock board. The cost of the recent raises for Transfer Station employees could be comfortably absorbed by both towns. Walter Smith made the motion to take no action, seconded by Max Aldrich. Motion passed.

Review Town Treasurer Report
Report specific to town fund balances. Charlie Gilman made the motion to have $45,000 from the general fund balance entered into estimated receipts to reduce the 2017 tax rate. Seconded by Max Aldrich. Motion passed.
Charlie Gilman made the motion to have $15,000 from the highway fund balance entered into estimated receipts to reduce the 2017 tax rate. Seconded by Walter Smith. Motion passed.
Max Aldrich made the motion to use an additional amount of $12,500 from the Highway fund to immediately reduce the debt on a town truck.

Review Keniston and Dane Report
William St. Peter reported for the fund administrator that the IRS has agreed to stop procedures to “seize property” (freeze funds in the account) because the penalty payment was received by the IRS.

Review Town Meeting Preparation
Set up of the Town Hall reviewed for Town Meeting. The town will be voting on five Australian ballots this year. Voting will take place along the North wall of the town Hall. The Town Officers’ tables will line the South wall.

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting
Ed Richardson reported that the furnace in the Town Hall was not working earlier in the day. The furnace will be checked Thursday. The elevator did not work today but was working by the end of the day. Ed is making arrangements for service.
The railing on the stairs was damaged. Ed said he will be able to fix it.

Adjournment
With no further business, Max Aldrich made the motion to adjourn. Seconded by Charlie Gilman. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned ta 7:14PM.

Respectfully submitted,

William St. Peter
Town Clerk

Approved
Select Board
Town of Sheffield 

_________________________________________________
Walter Smith, Chairman

 ____             _______________________________________
Maxwell Aldrich

 __________________________________________________
Charles Gilman

 

********************  March 2017  ********************

March 8, 2017 Agenda
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
6:00 PM

 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
Elect a Chairperson for the ensuing year
Will the Board authorize the Chairperson to sign routine paperwork and documents on behalf of the Board including but not limited to excess weight permits
Will the Board authorize the Road Foreman to sign routine highway maintenance paperwork and documents including but not limited to road access permits and approval of invoices
Appoint Officers for Ensuing Year
Correspondence
Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting
Adjournment

March 8, 2017 Minutes
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building

 

Present: Walter Smith (Chairperson), Maxwell (Max) Aldrich and Charles Gilman, Select Board
William St. Peter, Town Clerk
Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)
Ed Richardson, Town Hall Committee

The meeting was called to order at 6:01 PM by Walter Smith as Chairman with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
There were no additions, deletions or amendments.

Elect a Chairperson for the ensuing year
Max Aldrich made the motion that Walter Smith act as Sheffield’s Select Board chairperson, seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed.

Will the Board authorize the Chairperson to sign routine paperwork and documents on behalf of the Board including but not limited to excess weight permits
Max Aldrich made the motion as written. Seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed.

Will the Board authorize the Road Foreman to sign routine highway maintenance paperwork and documents including but not limited to road access permits and approval of invoices
Walter Smith made the motion as written. Seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed.

Appoint Officers for Ensuing Year
Max Aldrich made the motion to appoint officers for the ensuing year as follows:


Office

Appointed by Selectboard or other Town Officers

Assistant Town Clerk

Kathy Newland, Wendy Scofield

Assistant Treasurer

Kathy Newland, Wendy Scofield

Cemetery Commissioners

Selectboard

Deputy Registrars

Stephen Robertson (Guibord/Sayles Funeral Home)
Rodney Sayles

Dog Warden and Pound Keeper

 

Candace Dane

Emergency Management Coordinator

 

Marc Brown

E911 Coordinator

 

William St. Peter

Fence Viewers

 

Listers

Forest Fire Warden

 

Marc Brown

Health Officer

 

Select Board Chairperson

Inspector of Wood

 

Leslie Newland

Lyndon Rescue, Inc.

 

Wendy Scofield

NEK Waste Management District

 

Preston Smith

Town Service Officer

 

William St. Peter

Tree Warden

 

Edward Jewell

Weigher of Coal

 

Charles Gilman

Seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed.
Correspondence
Post card received from VT Rural Protection Task Force announcing grant funding for dry hydrants. The information will be passed on to the Fire Department.
Paperwork received from VT Superior Court that the Jacob McNeal Cemetery fund account is allowed.

Walter Smith proposed that the Board approve the New Duck Pond Road Right of Way acquisition, pursuant to the public site visit and hearing held previously, subject to the final documentation later in the year. The Board agreed. Notice of the decision will be sent to landowners and interested parties.

Walter Smith proposed that the Board deny the request to discontinue Dunbar Road as a Class 4 road, pursuant to the public site visit and hearing held previously. The Board agreed. Notice of the decision will be sent to landowners and interested parties.

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting
Ed Richardson announced that the lift at the Town Hall is not working. William will contact the repair company. He also said that the estimated 2017 rental income for the Town Hall should be higher than was reported in the Town Report.

Walter Smith said that he received a complaint about trash left by renters on the McNevin property at 2963 VT Route 122. As Health Officer, he is sending a letter to the McNevin’s to take care of the trash.

Adjournment
Hearing no other business, Walter Smith made the motion to adjourn, seconded by Max Aldrich. Motion passed and the meeting adjourned at 6:13 PM.

Respectfully submitted,

William St. Peter
Town Clerk

Approved
Select Board
Town of Sheffield 

_________________________________________________
Walter Smith, Chairman

 ____             _______________________________________
Maxwell Aldrich

 __________________________________________________
Charles Gilman

 

********************  April 2017  ********************

April 5, 2017 Agenda

Sheffield Select Board Meeting

Municipal Building

6:00 PM

 

 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda 

Correspondence 

Consider Attendant’s Request to Remove Telephone from the Transfer Station 

Sheffield’s Emergency Plan- Marc Brown 

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting 

Adjournment

April 5, 2017 Minutes
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
6:00 PM

Present: Walter Smith (Chairperson) and Charles Gilman, Select Board
William St. Peter, Town Clerk
Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)
Kim Hudson, Ed York

The meeting was called to order at 5:58 PM by Walter Smith as Chairman with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
A Presentation to Appeal Decision- Dunbar Road was added to the Agenda

Presentation to Appeal Decision- Dunbar Road
Kim Hudson presented a formal appeal to the Sheffield Select Board regarding the removal of her gates as stated in the Notice of Decision, as noted in Select Board meeting of March 1, 2017.

Correspondence
Vicki Strong- response to Select Board letter on concern on H. 369
Community National Bank- CD renewal.
Northeast Kingdom Council on Aging- thank you for town appropriation
Casella Resource Solutions- Notification of increase in roll-off rates
VLCT- Worker’s Compensation 2016 Payroll Audit in April
NVDA- Request to include Sheffield in development of local hazard mitigation plans.

Correspondence noted for the record. NVDA will be contacted about funding source of plan.

Consider Attendant’s Request to Remove Telephone from the Transfer Station
Motion by Walter Smith to remove the phone, seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed.

Sheffield’s Emergency Plan
Walter Smith made the motion to approve the Sheffield Emergency Plan with new information as indicated and to have Max Aldrich sign the plan, seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting
none.

Adjournment
With no further business, Charles Gilman made the motion to adjourn. Seconded by Walter Smith. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned at 7:01 PM.

Respectfully submitted,

William St. Peter
Town Clerk

Approved
Select Board
Town of Sheffield 

_________________________________________________
Walter Smith, Chairman

 ____             _______________________________________
Maxwell Aldrich

 __________________________________________________
Charles Gilman

********************  May 2017 ********************

May 3, 2017 Agenda

Sheffield Select Board Meeting

Municipal Building

6:00 PM

 

 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda

Correspondence

Transfer Station Finances in QuickBooks

Review of Road Access Permit Forms and Procedures

Review of Access Permit for Chesley Hill Road

Determine Date for Kim Hudson Property Site Visit

Review/Sign Lease for Sheffield Town House (Museum)

Discuss the Town Providing Road Side Pick-up of Green-up Bags on May 6th

Review Town Office Hours for May

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting

Adjournment

May 3, 2017 Minutes
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
6:00 PM

Present: Walter Smith (Chairperson) and Charles Gilman, Max Aldrich Select Board
William St. Peter, Town Clerk
Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)
Carol Rossi, Ed Richardson

The meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM by Walter Smith as Chairman with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
Health Reimbursement account for Town Employee
Special Meeting for vote on purchase of Town Truck

Health Reimbursement account for Town Employee
Walter Smith made the motion to use the money, appropriated at Town Meeting for a health reimbursement account to be handled in- house for a town employee. Seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed.

Special Meeting for vote on purchase of Town Truck
A Special Town Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 6:30 PM at the Sheffield Town Hall to vote on the purchase of a new town truck.

Correspondence
Efficiency Vermont- Street light replacement program to LED lighting
Community National Bank- rate for CD
State of Vermont- Certification of the Kingdom East Unified Union School District
Delta Dental- Open Enrollment Announcement
Sheffield/ Wheelock Transfer Station Quarterly Report
Vermont Agency of Education- Net payment to Miller’s Run
No action was taken regarding the correspondence.

Transfer Station Finances in QuickBooks
Max Aldrich made the motion that the accounting for the Sheffield/ Wheelock Transfer Station will be done by the Sheffield Town Treasurer. Seconded by Walter Smith. Motion passed. In the past, the Wheelock Town Treasurer had done the accounting. The new Treasurer in Wheelock is not familiar with the accounting software currently being used.

Carol Rossi, Wheelock Town Treasurer has given Jim Blackbird, Transfer Station employee a deposit book for the Transfer Station account so he can make deposits of money collected for trash bags. The Select Board agreed that this was appropriate.

Review of Road Access Permit Forms and Procedures
Walter Smith made the motion to accept the Road Access Permit Policy and Forms as revised. Seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed. The road access, once completed will be reviewed by the Road Commissioner, who will determine if the access meets State standards or the access should be discontinued because the access does not meet standards. The Completion or Discontinuation Certificate will be recorded in the Land Records for the property.

Review of Access Permit for Chesley Hill Road
New road access permit signed for a property on Chesley Hill Road.

Determine Date for Kim Hudson Property Site Visit
A site visit will be made on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 11:00 AM to review the issue of gates across Dunbar Road, a Town Class 4 road. The visit will begin on Hod Brooks Road and travel towards Dunbar Road.

Review/Sign Lease for Sheffield Town House (Museum)
Walter Smith signed the Town House lease as Board chair. The lease now includes a provision for automatic renewal from year to year at $1.00 per year.

Discuss the Town Providing Road Side Pick-up of Green-up Bags on May 6
Max Aldrich stated that the Town Highway Department will pick green bags from Green- Up Day from the Town roads on Monday, May 8, 2017.

Review Town Office Hours for May
Walter Smith stated that the office should be open and covered for the Town Clerk’s vacation in the end of May. The Clerk will attempt to cover the dates. The  Town Office will be open.

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting- none.
Max Aldrich noted that the Vermont Wind has been transferred to Brookfield Industries who bought Terraform Power.

Ed Richardson asked if the Food Pantry has sent any money for the rental of the Town Hall. William reported that they have not. A May statement is due to be sent for Rental charges.

Mr. Richardson also asked about the properties that are going to Tax Sale. The sale is being prepared by the Delinquent Tax Collector and the Town Attorney. No further information is available.

There was a discussion about the unsightly properties in town. The Health Officer will contact property owners if a threat to health is determined.

Adjournment
With no further business, Walter Smith made the motion to adjourn. Seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned at 6:52 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
William St. Peter
Town Clerk

Approved
Select Board
Town of Sheffield 

_________________________________________________
Walter Smith, Chairman

 ____             _______________________________________
Maxwell Aldrich

 __________________________________________________
Charles Gilman

 

********************  June 2017 ********************

June 7, 2017 Agenda
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Sheffield Town Hall
6:00 PM

 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
Correspondence
Sign Paperwork to Officially Approve New Duck Pond Road Right of Way Exchange
Decision on Hod Brooks and Dunbar Roads
Discuss Moderator for Special Town Meeting
Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting
Adjournment

 

June 7, 2017 Minutes
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
6:00 PM

Present: Select Board- Walter Smith (Chairperson), Charles Gilman, Max Aldrich
William St. Peter, Town Clerk
Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)
Ed Richardson, Carlene Brill, Dennis Newland, Ethel Newland, Audrey Richardson, Kim Hudson, Ed York, Charles (no last name)

The meeting was called to order at 6:00 PM by Walter Smith as Chairman with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda
There were no changes to the agenda.

Correspondence
Notice from VLCT, PACIF- change in wording of contract

Sign Paperwork to Officially Approve New Duck Pond Road Right of Way Exchange
This item was tabled until the next Select Board meeting because more information (tax ID#) is needed to complete the exchange.

Decision on Hod Brooks and Dunbar Roads
Mr. Smith reviewed the petitions brought to the Board by Kim Hudson to discontinue Dunbar Road and to allow gates to cross the road.
Mr. Smith went on to recommend that Dunbar and Hod Brooks Roads remain Class IV roads. Gates across the road will be allowed but need to be fully operational for twelve months of the year. In the winter months, the gates need to be chained open or removed so the public will have access. Gates need to be twelve (12) feet wide and fencing needs to be five (5) to seven (7) feet from the traveled portion of the road.

Miss Hudson noted that she needs the gates year round.

After discussion, Max Aldrich made the motion to accept Mr. Smith’s recommendations and include that the gates may be closed if kept clear of snow and ice. Seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed.

Discuss Moderator for Special Town Meeting
Walter Smith nominated Ed Richardson as moderator for the Special Town Meeting. Seconded by Charles Gilman. Passed. 

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting- none.
The Town Hall custodian will be leaving at the end of July. Ed. Richardson is filling the opening to start in August.

Adjournment
With no further business, Walter Smith made the motion to adjourn. Seconded by Charles Gilman. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned at 6:23 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
William St. Peter
Town Clerk

Approved
Select Board
Town of Sheffield 

_________________________________________________
Walter Smith, Chairman

 ____             _______________________________________
Maxwell Aldrich

 __________________________________________________
Charles Gilman

 

TOWN OF SHEFFIELD
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING
June 7, 2017

The legal voters of the Town of Sheffield, Caledonia County, State of Vermont, were duly warned and notified to meet in the Sheffield Town Hall in the said Town on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 6:30 PM.

The meeting was called to order by Walter Smith as chairperson of the Board of Selectmen at 6:30 PM. William St. Peter opened the floor to nominations for moderator. Walter Smith made the motion to elect Ed Richardson, moderator for this meeting, seconded by Max Aldrich. With no further nominations, Mr. Richardson was elected by voice vote.
The warning was read in its entirety.
Article 1. Shall the voters of Sheffield appropriate a sum of money not to exceed $175,000.00 for the purchase of a town truck with monies to be borrowed from the Vermont Wind, LLC investment account over a term of five (5) years?
Dennis Newland made the motion that Article 1 be accepted as written. Seconded by Erika Lavallee.
Discussion points included:
Vermont Wind LLC investment account is used for reducing taxes and has been used to borrow money from for town equipment.
Payments on 2015 Freightliner is ahead on principle. There are four more years on the note. Remaining principle due is $64,600.
This article is written to pay back the investment account over five years with three percent interest because, by statute, borrowing for more than five years requires an Australian ballot. If Article 1 is approved at this meeting, the payment terms can be amended at the Annual Town Meeting by Australian ballot.
There is $1,291,400 in Vermont Wind LLC account.
A five year loan for $175,000 is a payment of $35,000 per year. To raise $35,000 increases taxes by $35.00 per $100,000 valuation. A seven year loan for $175,000 is a payment of $25,000 per year. To raise $25,000 increases taxes by $25.00 per $100,000 valuation. (Figures are closely approximated.)
A new truck can also be leased. The old truck, trade-in value is $15,000 would be considered the first payment, with $17,500 per year payment for 7 years. The truck can be purchased for $55,000 or turned in for a new truck.
Repair bills for the 2008 Sterling have been increasing. The problems with the exhaust cannot be fixed.
Repair bills in 2015- $12,254.54
2016 – $12,953.82
2017 - $4,997.40 as of June 1, 2017
Exhaust systems are better in the newer trucks. 2015 Freightliner repair bills, since purchase total $3,000.00.
Extended warranty will be purchased. The Road Crew are able to do less in the shop due to the computer systems in the trucks. The new truck will be purchased in Burlington. Lyndon Truck Center can do warranty work for the new truck.
Sheffield trades a truck every six years. We have two trucks. The truck is run for twelve years when traded.
If Max can order the truck this week, the chassis would be ready in mid-September. Equipment shop would need four weeks. Max likes to break in the new truck hauling sand in the autumn instead of breaking it in plowing and sanding.
The question was called by Walter Smith, seconded by Audrey Richardson. Question called by voice vote.
Moderator Ed Richardson called for a vote on the original article. Article 1 passed by unanimous vote.
Article 2. To adjourn.
Suzanne Bartlett made the motion to adjourn, seconded by Erika Lavallee. Motion passed.
Sheffield Special Town Meeting adjourned at 6:54 PM.
Respectfully submitted,

Wendy Scofield
Assistant Town Clerk and Assistant Treasurer

_______________________________________
Ed Richardson, Moderator

________________________________________
Justice of the Peace

 

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Disclaimer: The information posted here is accurate at the time of posting. As always, changes may occur and will be posted as soon as possible.