The East Hampton Town Council will hold a closed-door executive session at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 to discuss pricing for a solar project.
Also on the executive session agenda is discussion of the disposition of sexual harassment complaints filed with the CT Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) by a town employee, Elizabeth Shepard, against former Town Manager Jeffery O’Keefe, more than two years ago.
The council’s regular meeting will follow at Town Hall, with continued discussion of a solar energy project for Memorial School and the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Other agenda items include:
- The High School Building Project
- A Draft Tax Deferral Program Ordinance
- Review of the Draft Fire Marshal Ordinance regarding fees for services
- Review of a WPCA Ordinance
- Adoption of Fair Housing Resolutions
… as well as a request for support of a bill proposed by State Rep. Melissa Ziobron that would require a two-thirds vote to approve any new unfunded state mandates; approval of an Emergency Plan for Registrar of Voters (i.e. in the event of a fire, shortage of ballots or poll workers, power outage, machine malfunction, having to remove someone from the polling place, etc.); and a VFW request for additional Memorial Day Parade funding – $500 to cover the cost of the Horse of the Fallen Soldier that is part of the parade.
Council meetings include an opportunity at the beginning and end for public comments.
For a complete copy of the Town Council Agenda and a package of informational materials, click here http://easthamptonct.org/Pages/EastHamptonCT_TownAgendas/I03DF2CFF
Posted March 12, 2013
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