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********************  February  ********************

February 3, 2021 Minutes
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
6:00 PM

Present: Walter Smith, chairman and Max Aldrich, Select Board
William St. Peter, Town Clerk; Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)
Colleen Belanger, Linda Lyman, Ed Richardson

The meeting was called to order at 6:02 PM by Walter Smith, as Chairman, with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda-
Certificate of Highway Mileage – signed by the Board
Community National Bank, Request to Increase Wire Limits- signed by Board Chair

Correspondence- none

Town Hall Rental Payments- Sara Camber, Food Pantry
Colleen Belanger and Linda Lyman represented the Sheffield Food Pantry. Colleen Belanger asked to have the monthly Town Hall Rental fee of $50.00 per month for one day’s use be waived.  The Food Pantry is a non-profit, community service providing approximately 100 families, with 40 of these families being in Sheffield, with food each month. Sources of income are through grants, Vermont Farm to Families funding and private donors. Expenses include payment for the food to the Vermont Food Bank and partnership dues to the Food Bank.

Present Food Pantry activities include home delivery of food boxes and curb-side pick-up, cleaning the hall before and after use of the Hall.

Ed Richardson said that expenses to the Town to hold the Food Pantry are, electricity, heat and cleaning before and after use.

Max Aldrich made the motion to waive the $50.00 Town Hall rental fee for the Food Pantry. Walter Smith amended the motion to waive the fee during the COVID pandemic and to address the rental fee when COVID is over. Max Aldrich seconded the amended motion. Motion passed as amended.

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting.
Ed Richardson would like a red light in a basement window which would light when the furnace is off due to malfunction. Ed will call an electrician.

Adjournment
With no further business, Max Aldrich made the motion to adjourn, seconded by Walter Smith. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned at 6:32 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
William St. Peter, Town Clerk

____________________________
Max Aldrich

____________________________
Walter Smith, Chairperson

____________________________
Cynthia Roy


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********************  April  ********************

April 07, 2021 Agenda

Sheffield Select Board Meeting

Sheffield Municipal Building

6:00 PM
In-person Meeting

 

 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda 

Correspondence 

Law Enforcement Contract for Town Patrols – Confirmed with Sheriff’s Department 

Food Pantry- Is the Town Hall open? 

Status of Delinquent Tax Payers- determination of properties for Tax Sale 

Review Town Meeting Warning for Posting  

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

 Adjournment

 

April 7 2021 Minutes
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
6:00 PM
In person Meeting

Present: Walter Smith, chairman and Max Aldrich, Cynthia Roy, Select Board
William St. Peter, Town Clerk; Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)
Ed Richardson, Dean Shatney, Linda Lyman
The meeting was called to order at 5:55 PM by Walter Smith, as Chairman, with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda- none

Correspondence- none

Law Enforcement Contract for Town Patrols – Confirmed with Sheriff’s Department
Walter Smith posed the question to Sheriff Shatney about not using all the funds allotted for patrols last year. The Sheriff replied that the officers who were patrolling saw very few cars. It is the intent of the Sheriff’s Department to not take the town’s money for unproductive patrol hours. The Sheriffs will work with the town on patrolling specific areas at certain times. Walter Smith agreed that more communication is needed between the town and the Sheriff’s Department.

Food Pantry- Is the Town Hall open?
Max Aldrich made the motion that the Food Pantry may open to “shoppers” on May 27th and seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed.
Walter Smith said that the Town Hall will be open to private functions, such as weddings and parties after July 4, 2021

Status of Delinquent Tax Payers- determination of properties for Tax Sale
There are five (5) taxpayers who are two (2) or more years delinquent in paying their property taxes. The Select Board asked the Delinquent Tax Collector to send a letter to each property owner. If there is no response in thirty (30) days, the property will go to tax sale.

Review Town Meeting Warning for Posting
Walter Smith made the motion to accept the Town Meeting Warning as is for posting, seconded by Max Aldrich. Motion passed.

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting.
Max has received complaints from town residents about properties that have trash and other items around the property. The Board has been in contact with these owners. The past winter has delayed clean up.
Max Aldrich will research state maps regarding Ham’s Camp Road for the next Board meeting.

Adjournment
With no further business, Max Aldrich made the motion to adjourn. Seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned at 6:33 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
William St. Peter, Town Clerk

____________________________
Max Aldrich

____________________________
Walter Smith, Chairperson

____________________________
Cynthia Roy

 

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May 5, 2021 Agenda
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Sheffield Municipal Building
In-person Meeting
Following Joint Select Board meeting

 

 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda  

Correspondence 

Status of Delinquent Tax Payers- Letters sent to owners of potential tax sale properties. 

Ham’s Camp Road- Decision to go forward in process to discontinue as a town road 

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

 

May 5, 2021 Minutes
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Municipal Building
6:00 PM
In person Meeting

Present: Walter Smith, chairman and Max Aldrich, Cynthia Roy, Select Board
William St. Peter, Town Clerk; Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)
Ed Richardson

The meeting was called to order at 6:19 PM by Walter Smith, as Chairman, with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda- none

Correspondence- none

Status of Delinquent Tax Payers- Letters sent to owners of potential tax sale properties.
Two (2) of the five properties considered for tax sale have made plans for payment of taxes. Not fulfilling this plan will be a breach of the plan and the property will be put to tax sale. One property owner paid his taxes. The Board decided that the two remaining properties will be put to tax sale.

Ham’s Camp Road- Decision to go forward in process to discontinue as a town road
Passed over until next meeting

Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting.
There has been no response to a letter from the Town Attorney to a property owner with trash littering their yard. The Select Board asked if the Town Attorney will send a certified letter with June 1, 2021 as the end date for cleanup of the property before issuing a health order.

Ed Richardson is raising the cost of renting tables from the Town Hall from $5.00 to $10.00 per table and chairs from $1.00 to $2.00 per chair. Tables and chairs will only be rented to Sheffield residents. Fire extinguisher in the Town Hall is still leaking and is too small for the room. Ed asks that the Town Hall roof be looked at for problems this year.

Adjournment
With no further business, Max Aldrich made the motion to adjourn. Seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned at 6::44 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
William St. Peter, Town Clerk

____________________________
Max Aldrich

____________________________
Walter Smith, Chairperson

____________________________
Cynthia Roy

 

May 5, 2021 Agenda
Joint Sheffield/Wheelock Select Board Meeting
Sheffield Municipal Building
6:00 PM 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda 

Authorize Sally Wood-Simons to Investigate Changes to the Keniston and Dane Fund Trust Structure to Legally Shield the Trust from Federal and State Taxes 

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

Adjournment

May 19, 2021 Minutes
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Special Meeting
Municipal Building
In person Meeting

Present: Walter Smith, chairman and Max Aldrich, Cynthia Roy, Select Board
William St. Peter, Town Clerk; Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)

The meeting was called to order at 5:55 PM by Walter Smith, as Chairman, with the following business being transacted:

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda- none

Correspondence- none

Loader purchase decision, if approved by the voters at Town Meeting May 18, 2021

Max Aldrich made the motion to purchase a Komatsu WA-270 loader. Max received quotes from three dealers: John Deere, Volvo and Komatsu. The road crew tested a machine from each dealer. The loader the town owns will be traded in with the purchase. Seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed.

Adjournment
With no further business, Max Aldrich made the motion to adjourn. Seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned at 5:57 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
William St. Peter, Town Clerk

____________________________
Max Aldrich

____________________________
Walter Smith, Chairperson

____________________________
Cynthia Roy

 

 

 Town of Sheffield, Vermont

2021 Annual Town Meeting

Sheffield Municipal Building- Outside

May 18, 2021, 10:00 AM

Not approved until signed

 

Thirty- two (32) legal voters of Sheffield, assembled outside the Sheffield Municipal Building for the 2021 Sheffield Town Meeting. Patrick Ham called the meeting to order at 10:00 AM. The preamble of the 2021 warning was read with the following business being transacted. Mr. Ham noted the dedication recognizing Charles Gilman for his many years of service to the Town.

 

The people in attendance stood and spoke the Pledge of Allegiance. 

 

Article 1. To elect a moderator for the ensuing year.

The gavel was turned over to William St. Peter as Town Clerk to proceed with the election of a Town Moderator for the ensuing year. Walter Smith nominated Patrick Ham for Moderator, seconded by Al Robertson. Hearing no further nominations. Patrick Ham was elected Moderator by voice vote.

 

Article 2. To elect other town officers necessary to fill any vacancies, including the                                                      following:

 

          a. Selectman for a term of three (3) years.

Walter Smith nominated Max Aldrich for selectman, seconded by Al Robertson. Hearing no further nominations, Erik Lavallee made the motion to have the clerk cast one ballot for Max Aldrich, seconded by Walter Smith. Passed by voice vote. The Clerk cast one ballot for Max Aldrich who was elected Selectman for a term of three years.

 

          b. Selectman for a term of one (1) year by paper ballot to complete the term vacated by Charles Gilman.

Max Aldrich nominated Cynthia Roy for Selectman, seconded by Walter Smith. Hearing no further nominations, Ed Richardson made the motion to have the clerk cast one ballot for Cynthia Roy, seconded by Al Robertson. Passed by Passed vote. The Clerk cast one vote for Cynthia Roy who was elected Selectman for a term on one year.

 

          c. Lister for a term of three (3) years.

William St. Peter nominated Edward Jewell for Lister, seconded by Al Robertson. Hearing no further nominations, Ed Richardson made the motion to have the clerk cast one ballot for Edward Jewell, seconded by Frances Hersey. Passed by voice vote, the Clerk cast one ballot for Edward Jewell who was elected Lister for a term of three years.

 

          d. Auditor for a term of three (3) years.

William St. Peter nominated Felicia Cote-Bedor for auditor, seconded by Erik Lavallee. Hearing no further nominations, Dennis Newland made the motion to have the clerk cast one ballot for Felicia Cote-Bedor, seconded by Al Robertson. Passed by voice vote, the Clerk cast one ballot for Felicia Cote-Bedor who was elected Auditor for a term of three years.

 

 

          e. Constable for the ensuing year.

William St. Peter nominated Edward Jewell as constable for the ensuing year, seconded by Dennis Newland. With no further nominations, Edward Jewell was elected by voice vote.

 

          f. Town agent for the ensuing year.

Erik Lavallee nominated William St. Peter as Town Agent, seconded by Al Robertson. With no further nominations, William St. Peter was elected by voice vote.

 

          g. Agent to convey real estate for the ensuing year.

Ed Richardson nominated the Select Board as the agent to convey real estate, seconded by Sally Wood-Simons. With no further nominations, the Select Board was elected by voice vote.

 

          h. Trustee of public funds for the ensuing year.

Dennis Newland nominated the Select Board as the Trustee of Public Funds, seconded by Keith Ballek. With no further nominations, the Select Board was elected by voice vote.

 

          i. Sexton for the ensuing year.

Walter Smith nominated John Roy as Sexton, seconded by Sally Wood-Simons. With no further nominations, John Roy was elected by voice vote.

 

          j. One (1) Planning Commissioner for a term of three (3) years.

Barbara (Bobbi) Bristol was nominated by William St. Peter for Planning Commission, seconded by Al Robertson. With no further nominations for this seat, Bobbi Bristol was elected by voice vote.

 

Article 3. To see if the Town will accept the reports of the Town officers.

Edward Jewell made the motion to accept the reports of the Town Officers, seconded by Al Robertson. Edward Richardson asked if the appropriation request for Powers Park was the same in 2021 as in 2020. Response was yes, the appropriation amount was the same. Sally Wood-Simons called the question, seconded by Erik Lavallee. The question was called by voice vote. Article 3 passed by voice vote.

 

Article 4. To see if the Town will appropriate the sum of $9,926.00 to help support the following organizations:  

 

a. American Red Cross

250.00

b. Caledonia Home Health Care and Hospice

1,100.00

c. Cobleigh Public Library

700.00

d. Community Restorative Justice Center

250.00

e. Darling Inn Senior Meal Site

400.00

f. Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium

703.00

g. Green-Up Vermont

50.00

h. H.O.P.E.

500.00

i. Lyndonville Youth Baseball/ Softball

250.00

j. NEK Council on Aging

330.00

k. Northeast Kingdom Human Services

738.00

l. Northeast Kingdom Learning Services

100.00

m. Northeast Kingdom Youth Services

300.00

n. North Woods Stewardship Center

250.00

o. Rural Community Transportation

1,000.00

p. Umbrella

500.00

q. Vermont Center for Independent Living

55.00

r. VT Rural Fire Protection Task Force

100.00

s. Village Improvement Society/Powers Park

1000.00

 

 

William St. Peter made the motion to accept Article 4 as written, seconded by Al Robertson.

Amendment to Article 4: Sally Wood-Simons made the motion to defund $50.00 to Vermont Green Up. Seconded by Ethel Newland. The amendment failed by a vote of 7 yeas to 20 nays.

Amendment to Article 4: Sally Wood-Simons made the motion to defund the Kingdom Animal Shelter, seconded by Max Aldrich. Erik Lavallee called the question, seconded by Al Robertson. Question called by voice vote.  Amendment to defund the Kingdom Animal Shelter passed by voice vote.

Amendment to Article 4: Linda Lyman made the motion to increase the NEK Council on Aging from $330.00 to $500.00, seconded by Al Robertson. Sally Wood-Simons called the question, seconded by Erik Lavallee. Question called by voice vote. Amendment to increase the appropriation to the NEK Council on Aging from $330.00 to $500.00 passed by voice vote.

Amendment to Article 4: Sally Wood Simons asked if the appropriation for the Orleans Historical Society be earmarked specifically for the Old Stone House Museum. This request will be included in the letter to the Orleans Historical Society.

Amendment to Article 4: Erik Lavallee made the motion to defund the Vermont Family Network, seconded by Al Robertson. Amendment passed by voice vote.

Article 4 amended to the sum of $9,346.00 passed by voice vote.

 

Article 5. Shall the voters authorize the Road Commissioners and the Road Foreman to purchase a loader for Town use, the cost being not to exceed $165,000.00 payable over five (5) years to the Vermont Wind Investment account?

William St. Peter made the motion as written, seconded by Al Robertson. Max Aldrich gave a short summary of the reasons a new loader is needed and the three machines that the road crew tried. Sally Wood-Simons called the question, seconded by Al Robertson. The question was called by voice vote. Article 5 passed by voice vote.

 

Article 6.  a. Shall the Town apply a portion of the supplemental payments received in 2020 from Vermont Wind, LLC, as calculated in the Vermont Wind, LLC Supplemental Payment Information page included in this Report, to pay the Town's general and highway expenses thereby reducing the property tax rate for taxpayers of the Town?

Al Robertson made the motion to accept Article 6 (a) as written, seconded by Edward Jewell. Article 6

A passed by voice vote.

          b. If the vote on Article 6.a. is affirmative, what shall the amount of such                                                      portion be, with the remainder being deposited into the Vermont Wind, LLC Fund,                           which was established at the 2012 Town Meeting?

Al Robertson made the motion to use fifty percent (50%) of the noted funds to reduce tax and fifty percent (50%) to be put into the investment fund, seconded by Max Aldrich. Article 6.b. passed by voice vote.

 

Article 7. To see if the Town will authorize the Select Board to apply any surplus accumulated            during the year 2020 in the general checking account to defray Town general expenses                                                 during 2021.

Edward Jewell made the motion to accept Article 7 as written, seconded by Ed Richardson. Article 7 passed by voice vote.

 

Article 8. To see if the Town will authorize the Select Board to apply any surplus accumulated            during the year 2020 in the highway checking account to defray Town highway expenses                                     during 2021.

Ed Richardson made the motion to accept Article 8 as written, seconded by Ed Jewell. Article 8 passed by voice vote.

 

Article 9. To see if the Town will approve the proposed general and highway budgets in the combined amount of $586,895.88 for General use and maintenance of Town Highways.

Al Robertson made the motion to approve the general budget and highway budget in the combined

amount of $586,895.88, seconded by Ed Jewell. Ed Richardson made the motion to add $5,000.00 to the Town Hall Improvement line of the budget, seconded by Frances Hersey.  Article 9, amended to $591,145.88 passed by voice vote.

 

Article 10. To see if the Town will have real and personal property taxes paid to the Treasurer and set the due date of Friday, November 5, 2020.

Ed Richardson made the motion to accept Article 10 as written, seconded by Dennis Newland. Article 10 passed by voice vote.

 

Article 12. To transact any other business that may properly come before this meeting.

 

Maureen Aldrich asked that the attendees recognize the town service of Charles Gilman. Patrick Ham recognized the Town Clerk and the Assistant for their work this past year.

 

Planning Commission meetings are the third Wednesday of the month on a quarterly schedule. The next meeting is July 21, 2021 at 6:00 pm. Discussion will be on placement of the signs welcoming people to Sheffield.

 

Al Robertson announced the annual Walk in the Woods will take place on August 28, 2021 starting at 11:00 am.

 

Wendy Scofield asked how the voters wanted the organization letters presented in the Town report. The new organizations’ letters will be put in the town report and the letters for the organizations who have requested funds in the past will be available online or by mail.

 

Max Aldrich made the motion to end discussion, seconded by Walter Smith. Article 12 passed by voice vote.

 

Article 13. To adjourn.

Max Aldrich made the motion to adjourn this year’s Town Meeting. Seconded by Walter Smith. Article 13 passed by voice vote. The Sheffield Town Meeting adjourned at 11:20AM.

  

Dated at Sheffield, Caledonia County, Vermont this 18th day of May, 2021

 

Respectfully Submitted,

 

______________________

Wendy Scofield

Assistant Town Clerk and Assistant Treasurer   

  

_________________________                       

Patrick Ham

Moderator

  

_________________________

Sally Wood- Simons

Justice of the Peace

 

 ________________________

Edward Jewell

Justice of the Peace

  

________________________

Barbara K. Bristol

Justice of the Peace

         

 

********************  June ********************

June 2, 2021 Agenda
Sheffield Select Board Meeting
Sheffield Municipal Building
In-person Meeting

 

 

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
Office                                             Incumbent(s)


Cemetery Commissioners

Selectboard

Deputy Registrars

 

Stephen Robertson (Guibord/Sayles Funeral Home)

 

 

W. Nelson Dodge, Todd Pearsons, Helen Robertson

Dog Warden and Pound Keeper

Candace Dane

Emergency Management Director

Marc Brown

E911 Coordinator

 

William St. Peter

Forest Fire Warden

 

Marc Brown

Health Officer

 

Select Board Chairperson

Lyndon Rescue, Inc.

 

Robert Blodgett

NEK Waste Management District

Preston Smith

Tax Collector

 

William St. Peter

Tree Warden

 

Edward Jewell

Determine a newspaper to print the town’s announcements, ads, etc.
Selectboard decisions on Tax sale and Health Orders
Correspondence 
Any other non-binding business that may properly be brought before the meeting 
Adjournment

********************  July  ********************

 

 

 

 

July 07, 2021 Minutes

Sheffield Select Board Meeting

Municipal Building

6:00 PM

In person Meeting

 

Present: Walter Smith, chairman and Max Aldrich, Cynthia Roy (call-in), Select Board

William St. Peter, Town Clerk; Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk (recorder)

Alan Robertson, 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

Emergency Management Plan- Max Aldrich asked that the Town check with Marc Brown to see if he is still the Emergency Management Coordinator for Sheffield. Max Aldrich made the motion to accept the Sheffield Emergency Management Plan for 2021, with any pertinent changes, seconded by Walter Smith. Motion passed.

 

Correspondence- none

 

Update on Delinquent tax payments

        Tax Sale-Emerson, Cushman

        Response to Payment Letters sent in June 2021

Lisa Cushman property will have thirty (30) days to respond to delinquent tax due and clean out of property.

The Select Board reviewed the plan Jason Korpi signed to pay delinquent taxes and what he has paid so far. A letter will be sent to Mr. Korpi to remind him of his delinquent tax payment plan.

 

Requesting/ planning for ARPA funds- Hard deadline for requesting ARPA funds is July 15, 2021.

 Walter Smith moved that the Town of Sheffield accept its allocation of Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Funding (CLFRF) from the US Treasury, along with the Award Terms & Conditions and Assurances of Compliance with the Civil Rights Requirements that are requirements of accepting these funds, seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed unanimously.

Max Aldrich moved that we appoint Walter Smith to serve as the Town of Sheffield’s “Authorized Representative” as required by the Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Funding (CLFRF) from the US Treasury, to sign the Award Terms & Conditions and Assurances of Compliance with the Civil Rights Requirements by July 07, 2021, seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed unanimously.

Walter Smith moved that we name William St. Peter to be the “Contact Person” for the Town of Sheffield’s CLRFR Award from U.S. Treasury, seconded by Max Aldrich. Motion passed unanimously.

 Town Employee wage review
Walter Smith made the motion to move the wage review to the end of the meeting. Seconded by Max Aldrich. Motion passed.

 Ham’s Camp Road

Max Aldrich reported that he has spoken to the Town Attorney who will review Title 19 of Vermont State Law. Walter Smith made the motion to start the process for throwing up Ham’s Camp Road, seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed.

 

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

Al Robertson reported on a webinar he participated in on the new Vermont laws on shade trees. The law covers trees in parks and along town streets, sidewalks. The Emerald Ash borer is not in Sheffield yet. There should be a plan to take care of the dead or dying trees when the borer reaches Sheffield.

 

The welcome signs are complete. William St. Peter will contact land owners for permission to place the signs at either end of town.

 

The board authorized William St. Peter and Al Robertson to submit the town’s intent to build a Park and Ride on town property to the Vermont Agency of Transportation, 2022 Municipal Park and Ride grant program.

 

Ed Richardson reported that the Town Hall has been rented twice in July and a new fire extinguisher has been ordered.

 

Max Aldrich made the motion to adjourn to executive session to review town wages at 6:40 PM. Seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed.

 

Select Board returned from executive session at 6:55 PM.

 

Walter Smith made the motion to increase Max Aldrich, the Road Foreman’s wage to $25.00 per hour and Dennis Newland, the Road Crew’s wage to $23.00 per hour, seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed with Max Aldrich abstaining.

 

Walter Smith made the motion to increase William St. Peter, Sheffield Town Clerk and Treasurer to $18.00 per hour and to increase Wendy Scofield, Assistant Town Clerk and Treasurer’s wage to $16.00 per hour, seconded by Max Aldrich. Motion passed. If the Town Clerk and Assistant own Clerk need extra hours for a town project, the hours will be requested through the select board.

 

William St. Peter will have a simplified 2020 annual budget vs. actual and the state education rates for the August meeting to determine Sheffield 2021 tax rates.

Adjournment
With no further business, Max Aldrich made the motion to adjourn. Seconded by Cindy Roy. Motion passed. Meeting adjourned at at 6:58 PM.

Respectfully submitted,
William St. Peter, Town Clerk

____________________________
Max Aldrich

____________________________
Walter Smith, Chairperson

____________________________
Cynthia Roy


********************  August  *******************

August 04, 2021 Agenda

Sheffield Select Board Meeting

Municipal Building

6:00 PM

In- person meeting

 

 

 

Any Additions, Deletions or Amendments to Agenda 

Correspondence 

Update on Keniston and Dane Education Fund- Transferring trust to Sheffield/ Wheelock 

Update on Ham’s Camp Road- Sign notices from Town Attorney 

Update on Delinquent tax payments 

Set 2021 Sheffield Property Tax rate 

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

Executive Session-Update by Anne McLean from NEK Broadband

        Executive session due to proprietary information

 Adjournment

 

********************  September  ********************

********************  October  ********************

********************  November  ********************

********************  December  ********************

 

 

   

 Note that all documents, minutes, notices, statements, etc. appearing on this web site have been duly signed and/or witnessed, as appropriate, whether said original signature(s) appears or not. Contact Mr. William St. Peter, Sheffield Town Clerk at (802) 626-8862 (Tel) or (802) 626-0424 (Fax) or townclerk@sheffieldvt.org regarding access to the aforementioned documents, minutes, notices, statements, etc.

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.