The Dudley Board of Selectmen met in the Shepherd Hill High School cafeteria prior to the start of the Spring 2012 Town Meeting (May 21) to approve their May 14th regular meeting minutes as well as their Executive Session minutes voting not to release the Executive Session’s transcripts due to ongoing issues.
The Board also voted to accept with regret the resignation of Joy Glynn, Library Trustee. Local advertising for another member to be appointed will begin soon. Members then reviewed briefly the imminent Town Meeting’s warrant articles along with recommendations from the Town’s Finance, Appropriation, and Advisory Committee. Just minutes before the Board had met with the FAA Committee at the Town Hall.
Their final two agenda items included a request to waive $540 in building permit fees for repairs to the historic Black Tavern and a review of the Dudley Police Sergeant selection process. The Board unanimously waived the Tavern’s permit fees and then focused on Police Chief Steven Wojnar’s presentation regarding the procedures to be followed in the selection of a new sergeant. The Chief reviewed the stages of the process in selecting three candidates through a promotion board after which Selectman Paul Joseph moved to accept the process and to authorize Chief Wojnar’s actions with the provision that questions posed to the candidates would be provided to the Board and would also comply with the candidates’ civil rights.
- Tuesday, 22 May 2012
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