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BRUNSWICK TOWN COUNCIL

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BRUNSWICK TOWN COUNCIL

Tagged Passions:council

Agenda April 17, 2018

6:30 P.M. Regular Meeting Council Chambers

Town Hall 85 Union Street

Tagged Passions:streets and union

Roll Call of Members/Acknowledgement Notice

Pledge of Allegiance

Adjustments to Agenda

PUBLIC COMMENTS (for items not on the agenda)

MANAGER S REPORT a) Financial update b) Reminder of Spring Clean Up at Public Works c) Increase in daily fee for Union Street lot

Tagged Passions:streets, manager, Public Works, union, finance, and public works

PUBLIC HEARINGS

Tagged Passions:hearing

46. The Town Council will hear public comments on an Emergency Moratorium

Tagged Passions:council and emergency

Ordinance on the Location of Shelters and consider adopting it on a regular basis, and will take any appropriate action. (Town Manager Eldridge)

Tagged Passions:manager and ordinance

HEARING/ACTION

Tagged Passions:hearing

NEW BUSINESS

Tagged Passions:business

47. The Town Council will consider adopting a Poem in Your Pocket Day

Tagged Passions:council

Proclamation , and will take any appropriate action. (Town Manager Eldridge) ACTION

Tagged Passions:manager and recognition

48. The Town Council will consider setting a public hearing for May 7, 2018, to amend

Tagged Passions:hearing and council

the Town of Brunswick Municipal Code of Ordinances Master Schedule of Revenues, Charges, Fees and Fines to increase the retail cost of the Town trash

bags, and will take any appropriate action. (Town Manager Eldridge)
Tagged Passions:manager and ordinance

ACTION

49. The Safety Committee requests approval from the Town Council to apply for, and if received, expend an MMA Safety Enhancement Grant to assist with

the purchase of Varidesks for town departments, and will take any appropriate action. (Safety Committee)
Tagged Passions:purchasing, council, and grant

ACTION

50. The Town Council will consider setting a public hearing for May 7, 2018, on an Emergency Moratorium Ordinance on Retail Marijuana Stores,

Facilities, and Social
Tagged Passions:hearing, commercial, ordinance, council, marijuana, drugs, and emergency

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Clubs and on Medical Marijuana Storefronts , to be enacted for a final 180-day period, and will take any appropriate action. (Town Manager Eldridge)

Tagged Passions:commercial, manager, marijuana, and drugs

ACTION

CORRESPONDENCE/COMMITTEE REPORTS

Councilors will provide brief updates of recent committee meetings.

CONSENT AGENDA a) Approval of the minutes of April 2, 2018 b) Accept nominations for election workers for 2018 and 2018 c) Approval of a Utility

Location Permit for Pine Street
Tagged Passions:streets, Utility, voting, election, and utility

INDIVIDUALS NEEDING AUXILIARY AIDS FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SHOULD CONTACT

THE TOWN MANAGER S OFFICE AT 725-6659 (TDD 725-5521)

Tagged Passions:manager

To email the Town Council: towncouncil@brunswickme.org

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Brunswick Town Council Agenda April 17, 2018

Council Notes and Suggested Motions

Tagged Passions:council

MANAGER S REPORT a) Financial update: Copies of the financial reports are included in your packet. b) Reminder of Spring Clean Up at Public Works:

Spring cleanup will occur Tuesday,
Tagged Passions:manager, Public Works, financial report, finance, and public works

April 17th until Saturday, April 28th at the Graham Road Landfill during landfill hours of 8:00 am to 3:30 pm daily. Please see the Public Works page

of the Town website, email or call for details.
Tagged Passions:streets, Public Works, landfill, solid waste, and public works

c) Increase in daily fee for Union Street lot: Parking fees for the Union Street lot will be going up to the amount of 5 per day, from the 2 per day

currently, on May 1, 2018. At the October 16, 2017 meeting, the Council voted to decrease the daily charge to 2 until May 1, 2018. The daily fine will stay unchanged at 50. Copies of meeting minutes from the October 17, 2018 Council meeting, as well as the Master Schedule of Revenues, Charges, Fees and Fines will be included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:streets, union, and parking

PUBLIC HEARINGS

Tagged Passions:hearing

46. Notes: This is the required public hearing on an Emergency Moratorium Ordinance

Tagged Passions:hearing, ordinance, and emergency

on the Location of Shelters . It was adopted on an emergency basis at the meeting on April 2, 2018. In order for it to stay effective for the 180

days, the Council will need to take action to adopt it on a regular basis, since the emergency adoption only last 50 days. A copy of a memo from Town Manager Eldridge and the proposed ordinance are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:manager, ordinance, council, and emergency

Suggested Motion: Motion to adopt an Emergency Moratorium Ordinance on the Location of Shelters on a regular basis.

Tagged Passions:ordinance and emergency

NEW BUSINESS

Tagged Passions:business

47. Notes: This is an annual Council Proclamation showing support for a poetry program

Tagged Passions:recognition, council, and program

where citizens will be asked to carry a poem in their pocket. Kathy Koerber, representing the group, will be at your meeting to provide more

information. Copies of memos from Fran Smith, Town Clerk, and the Proclamation are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:recognition

Suggested Motion: Motion to adopt the Poem in Your Pocket Day proclamation.

Tagged Passions:recognition

48. Notes: The Town s Finance and Recycling Sustainability Committees have

Tagged Passions:recycling, sustainability, and finance

recently reviewed the Town s Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) program. They discussed the price of bags, and reviewed a survey comparing programs from

neighboring communities, where an average retail price for small bags was 1.26, and for large bags, 2.38. The Town s prices are .50 for small and 1.00 for large bags, and they are recommending an increase effective July 1, 2018, to 1.00 for small and 2.00 for large bags. The PAYT program provides revenue to help offset landfill closure costs
Tagged Passions:landfill, program, and solid waste

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and promotes reduction of waste through recycling. Copies of memos from Finance Director Julia Henze and the Recycling Sustainability Committee, a

redlined copy of the Brunswick Code of Ordinances Chapter 13, a redlined copy of the Master Schedule of Fees Chapter 13 and a draft public hearing notices are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:hearing, recycling, ordinance, sustainability, and finance

Suggested Motion: Motion to set a public hearing for May 7, 2018, to amend the Town of Brunswick

Tagged Passions:hearing

Municipal Code of Ordinances Master Schedule of Revenues, Charges, Fees and Fines to increase the retail cost of Town trash bags.

Tagged Passions:ordinance

49. Notes: This item asks for approval for the Safety Committee to apply for a grant

Tagged Passions:grant

through Maine Municipal Association to assist with the purchase of 5 (five) Varidesks for town departments. These ergonomic items provide flexibility

for individuals to adjust their workspaces from sitting to standing, reducing the frequency and severity of workplace injuries. The cost of each Varidesk unit ranges from 375 to 395; with the 2:1 grant match, the cost would be 125 to 133 each unit. Copies of a memo from Jessica Factor, Human Resources Manager and Safety Committee member, as well as photos of similar Varidesks, are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:manager, purchasing, human resources, and grant

Suggested Motion: Motion to allow the Safety Committee to apply for, and if accepted expend, a 2:1 grant

Tagged Passions:grant

from the Maine Municipal Association to assist with the purchase of 5 (five) Varidesk units for town employees.

Tagged Passions:purchasing

50. Notes: This item is to consider setting a public hearing for May 7, 2018, to extend the

Tagged Passions:hearing

current moratorium, which is set to expire in May 15, 2018. The Legislature allowed the statutory moratorium to expire in February, so as soon as the

state licenses become available, facilities may begin to request permission to locate in Brunswick. The Marijuana Policy Working Group met on March 30, 2018, and recommends that the moratorium ordinance be extended for a final 180-day period to allow the Legislature and involved state agencies to finalize the statutory and rule amendments. A copy of a memo from the Policy Working Group supporting the moratorium, actions they are recommending be taken while the amendments are being finalized by the state, and the proposed moratorium are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:license, policy, ordinance, marijuana, and drugs

Suggested Motion:

Motion to set a public hearing for May 7, 2018, on the Moratorium Ordinance Extension on Retail Marijuana Stores, Facilities, and Social Clubs , to

be advertised for emergency and regular adoption.
Tagged Passions:hearing, commercial, ordinance, advertising, marijuana, drugs, and emergency

CORRESPONDENCE/COMMITTEE REPORTS

Councilors will provide brief updates of recent committee meetings.

CONSENT AGENDA a) Approval of the minutes of April 2, 2018: A copy of the minutes is included in your

packet.

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b) Appointment of election workers: As required under M.R.S.A. Title 21-A, the municipal officers are required to appoint election workers that have

been nominated by the parties to serve at the election for 2018-2019. The list consists of current workers and new ones that local parties have nominated. A copy of a memo from the Town Clerk and the list of workers are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:appointments, voting, and election

c) Approval of a Utility Location Permit for Pine Street: The Town Council is asked to approve and authorize a pole permit for Central Maine Power

Company and FairPoint New England, for a pole to be located on Pine Street 130 feet southeast of Pole 8. A copy of the application is included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:streets, council, Utility, pole, and utility

Suggested motion:

Motion to approve the Consent Agenda.

Adjournment: Motion to adjourn the meeting.

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BRUNSWICK TOWN COUNCIL

Tagged Passions:council

Agenda April 17, 2018

6:30 P.M. Regular Meeting Council Chambers

Town Hall 85 Union Street

Tagged Passions:streets and union

Roll Call of Members/Acknowledgement Notice

Pledge of Allegiance

Adjustments to Agenda

PUBLIC COMMENTS (for items not on the agenda)

MANAGER S REPORT a) Financial update b) Reminder of Spring Clean Up at Public Works c) Increase in daily fee for Union Street lot

Tagged Passions:streets, manager, Public Works, union, finance, and public works

PUBLIC HEARINGS

Tagged Passions:hearing

46. The Town Council will hear public comments on an Emergency Moratorium

Tagged Passions:council and emergency

Ordinance on the Location of Shelters and consider adopting it on a regular basis, and will take any appropriate action. (Town Manager Eldridge)

Tagged Passions:manager and ordinance

HEARING/ACTION

Tagged Passions:hearing

NEW BUSINESS

Tagged Passions:business

47. The Town Council will consider adopting a Poem in Your Pocket Day

Tagged Passions:council

Proclamation , and will take any appropriate action. (Town Manager Eldridge) ACTION

Tagged Passions:manager and recognition

48. The Town Council will consider setting a public hearing for May 7, 2018, to amend

Tagged Passions:hearing and council

the Town of Brunswick Municipal Code of Ordinances Master Schedule of Revenues, Charges, Fees and Fines to increase the retail cost of the Town trash

bags, and will take any appropriate action. (Town Manager Eldridge)
Tagged Passions:manager and ordinance

ACTION

49. The Safety Committee requests approval from the Town Council to apply for, and if received, expend an MMA Safety Enhancement Grant to assist with

the purchase of Varidesks for town departments, and will take any appropriate action. (Safety Committee)
Tagged Passions:purchasing, council, and grant

ACTION

50. The Town Council will consider setting a public hearing for May 7, 2018, on an Emergency Moratorium Ordinance on Retail Marijuana Stores,

Facilities, and Social
Tagged Passions:hearing, commercial, ordinance, council, marijuana, drugs, and emergency

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Clubs and on Medical Marijuana Storefronts , to be enacted for a final 180-day period, and will take any appropriate action. (Town Manager Eldridge)

Tagged Passions:commercial, manager, marijuana, and drugs

ACTION

CORRESPONDENCE/COMMITTEE REPORTS

Councilors will provide brief updates of recent committee meetings.

CONSENT AGENDA a) Approval of the minutes of April 2, 2018 b) Accept nominations for election workers for 2018 and 2018 c) Approval of a Utility

Location Permit for Pine Street
Tagged Passions:streets, Utility, voting, election, and utility

INDIVIDUALS NEEDING AUXILIARY AIDS FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SHOULD CONTACT

THE TOWN MANAGER S OFFICE AT 725-6659 (TDD 725-5521)

Tagged Passions:manager

To email the Town Council: towncouncil@brunswickme.org

Tagged Passions:council

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Brunswick Town Council Agenda April 17, 2018

Council Notes and Suggested Motions

Tagged Passions:council

MANAGER S REPORT a) Financial update: Copies of the financial reports are included in your packet. b) Reminder of Spring Clean Up at Public Works:

Spring cleanup will occur Tuesday,
Tagged Passions:manager, Public Works, financial report, finance, and public works

April 17th until Saturday, April 28th at the Graham Road Landfill during landfill hours of 8:00 am to 3:30 pm daily. Please see the Public Works page

of the Town website, email or call for details.
Tagged Passions:streets, Public Works, landfill, solid waste, and public works

c) Increase in daily fee for Union Street lot: Parking fees for the Union Street lot will be going up to the amount of 5 per day, from the 2 per day

currently, on May 1, 2018. At the October 16, 2017 meeting, the Council voted to decrease the daily charge to 2 until May 1, 2018. The daily fine will stay unchanged at 50. Copies of meeting minutes from the October 17, 2018 Council meeting, as well as the Master Schedule of Revenues, Charges, Fees and Fines will be included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:streets, union, and parking

PUBLIC HEARINGS

Tagged Passions:hearing

46. Notes: This is the required public hearing on an Emergency Moratorium Ordinance

Tagged Passions:hearing, ordinance, and emergency

on the Location of Shelters . It was adopted on an emergency basis at the meeting on April 2, 2018. In order for it to stay effective for the 180

days, the Council will need to take action to adopt it on a regular basis, since the emergency adoption only last 50 days. A copy of a memo from Town Manager Eldridge and the proposed ordinance are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:manager, ordinance, council, and emergency

Suggested Motion: Motion to adopt an Emergency Moratorium Ordinance on the Location of Shelters on a regular basis.

Tagged Passions:ordinance and emergency

NEW BUSINESS

Tagged Passions:business

47. Notes: This is an annual Council Proclamation showing support for a poetry program

Tagged Passions:recognition, council, and program

where citizens will be asked to carry a poem in their pocket. Kathy Koerber, representing the group, will be at your meeting to provide more

information. Copies of memos from Fran Smith, Town Clerk, and the Proclamation are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:recognition

Suggested Motion: Motion to adopt the Poem in Your Pocket Day proclamation.

Tagged Passions:recognition

48. Notes: The Town s Finance and Recycling Sustainability Committees have

Tagged Passions:recycling, sustainability, and finance

recently reviewed the Town s Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT) program. They discussed the price of bags, and reviewed a survey comparing programs from

neighboring communities, where an average retail price for small bags was 1.26, and for large bags, 2.38. The Town s prices are .50 for small and 1.00 for large bags, and they are recommending an increase effective July 1, 2018, to 1.00 for small and 2.00 for large bags. The PAYT program provides revenue to help offset landfill closure costs
Tagged Passions:landfill, program, and solid waste

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and promotes reduction of waste through recycling. Copies of memos from Finance Director Julia Henze and the Recycling Sustainability Committee, a

redlined copy of the Brunswick Code of Ordinances Chapter 13, a redlined copy of the Master Schedule of Fees Chapter 13 and a draft public hearing notices are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:hearing, recycling, ordinance, sustainability, and finance

Suggested Motion: Motion to set a public hearing for May 7, 2018, to amend the Town of Brunswick

Tagged Passions:hearing

Municipal Code of Ordinances Master Schedule of Revenues, Charges, Fees and Fines to increase the retail cost of Town trash bags.

Tagged Passions:ordinance

49. Notes: This item asks for approval for the Safety Committee to apply for a grant

Tagged Passions:grant

through Maine Municipal Association to assist with the purchase of 5 (five) Varidesks for town departments. These ergonomic items provide flexibility

for individuals to adjust their workspaces from sitting to standing, reducing the frequency and severity of workplace injuries. The cost of each Varidesk unit ranges from 375 to 395; with the 2:1 grant match, the cost would be 125 to 133 each unit. Copies of a memo from Jessica Factor, Human Resources Manager and Safety Committee member, as well as photos of similar Varidesks, are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:manager, purchasing, human resources, and grant

Suggested Motion: Motion to allow the Safety Committee to apply for, and if accepted expend, a 2:1 grant

Tagged Passions:grant

from the Maine Municipal Association to assist with the purchase of 5 (five) Varidesk units for town employees.

Tagged Passions:purchasing

50. Notes: This item is to consider setting a public hearing for May 7, 2018, to extend the

Tagged Passions:hearing

current moratorium, which is set to expire in May 15, 2018. The Legislature allowed the statutory moratorium to expire in February, so as soon as the

state licenses become available, facilities may begin to request permission to locate in Brunswick. The Marijuana Policy Working Group met on March 30, 2018, and recommends that the moratorium ordinance be extended for a final 180-day period to allow the Legislature and involved state agencies to finalize the statutory and rule amendments. A copy of a memo from the Policy Working Group supporting the moratorium, actions they are recommending be taken while the amendments are being finalized by the state, and the proposed moratorium are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:license, policy, ordinance, marijuana, and drugs

Suggested Motion:

Motion to set a public hearing for May 7, 2018, on the Moratorium Ordinance Extension on Retail Marijuana Stores, Facilities, and Social Clubs , to

be advertised for emergency and regular adoption.
Tagged Passions:hearing, commercial, ordinance, advertising, marijuana, drugs, and emergency

CORRESPONDENCE/COMMITTEE REPORTS

Councilors will provide brief updates of recent committee meetings.

CONSENT AGENDA a) Approval of the minutes of April 2, 2018: A copy of the minutes is included in your

packet.

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b) Appointment of election workers: As required under M.R.S.A. Title 21-A, the municipal officers are required to appoint election workers that have

been nominated by the parties to serve at the election for 2018-2019. The list consists of current workers and new ones that local parties have nominated. A copy of a memo from the Town Clerk and the list of workers are included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:appointments, voting, and election

c) Approval of a Utility Location Permit for Pine Street: The Town Council is asked to approve and authorize a pole permit for Central Maine Power

Company and FairPoint New England, for a pole to be located on Pine Street 130 feet southeast of Pole 8. A copy of the application is included in your packet.
Tagged Passions:streets, council, Utility, pole, and utility

Suggested motion:

Motion to approve the Consent Agenda.

Adjournment: Motion to adjourn the meeting.

MANAGER S REPORT ITEMS

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MANAGER S REPORT - A BACK UP MATERIALS

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04/03/2018 16:02 Town of Brunswick P 1 jhenze MARCH 2018 EXPENDITURE REPORT glytdbud

FOR 2018 09

ORIGINAL REVISED AVAILABLE PCT APPROP BUDGET YTD EXPENDED MTD EXPENDED ENCUMBRANCES BUDGET USED

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Tagged Passions:budget and funding

00 Fill _________________________________________

19000 General Fund Transfers Out 1,687,703 2,267,910 2,267,910.00 .00 .00 .00 100.0

TOTAL Fill 1,687,703 2,267,910 2,267,910.00 .00 .00 .00 100.0

10 General Government _________________________________________

11000 Administration 645,664 645,664 381,164.33 56,684.34 11,606.25 252,893.42 60.8 11100 Finance Department 751,160 751,160 534,750.26 79,266.00

339.00 216,070.74 71.2 11150 Technology Services Dept 387,624 422,763 310,582.97 18,100.11 29,526.47 82,653.56 80.4 11200 Municipal Officers 85,915 85,915 66,464.61 5,232.70 .00 19,450.39 77.4 11210 Munic Bldg - 85 Union 219,299 226,233 130,900.60 20,264.40 4,230.00 91,102.40 59.7 11220 Munic Bldg - 28 Federal 0 0 72.00 72.00 .00 -72.00 100.0 11230 Risk Management 481,470 481,470 351,986.46 -4.16 .00 129,483.54 73.1 11240 Employee benefits 0 0 -196,795.70 -9,778.05 .00 196,795.70 100.0 11250 Cable TV 72,889 72,889 50,795.68 8,277.54 995.98 21,097.34 71.1 11300 Assessing 309,815 309,815 198,440.87 28,821.69 3,614.95 107,759.18 65.2 11600 Town Clerk Elections 349,666 349,666 229,460.22 30,804.84 1,125.00 119,080.78 65.9 11900 Planning Department 530,443 541,043 372,999.11 46,409.61 13,910.68 154,133.21 71.5 11950 Economic Development Dept 166,806 166,806 84,359.24 12,707.91 .00 82,446.76 50.6
Tagged Passions:services, Technology, development, risk, union, voting, technology, planning, Development, finance, election, and economic development

TOTAL General Government 4,000,751 4,053,424 2,515,180.65 296,858.93 65,348.33 1,472,895.02 63.7

20 Public Safety _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:public safety

12100 Fire Department 3,368,224 3,368,903 2,494,254.21 383,107.67 17,796.09 856,852.50 74.6 12150 Central Fire Station 41,300 41,300 22,226.14

3,443.67 -945.91 20,019.77 51.5 12160 Emerson Fire Station 56,525 56,525 40,104.05 7,462.98 151.23 16,269.72 71.2 12200 Police Department 3,890,604 3,890,604 2,763,548.01 388,614.41 12,788.97 1,114,267.02 71.4 12210 Police Special Detail 0 0 20,954.17 353.83 .00 -20,954.17 100.0 12220 Emergency Services Dispatch 837,231 837,231 588,373.00 81,416.80 .00 248,858.00 70.3 12250 Police Station Building 110,105 110,105 59,395.46 10,266.50 380.00 50,329.54 54.3 12280 Marine Resources 203,344 203,344 101,135.24 24,093.39 .00 102,208.76 49.7 12310 Streetlights 221,000 221,000 161,285.19 17,286.34 .00 59,714.81 73.0 12320 Traffic Signals 31,600 31,600 27,969.78 10,274.52 .00 3,630.22 88.5 12330 Hydrants 470,000 470,000 230,114.92 .00 .00 239,885.08 49.0 12340 Civil Emergency Preparedness 2,000 2,000 1,277.99 .00 .00 722.01 63.9
Tagged Passions:public safety, services, traffic, emergency, 911, and fire departments and districts

04/03/2018 16:02 Town of Brunswick P 2 jhenze MARCH 2018 EXPENDITURE REPORT glytdbud

FOR 2018 09

ORIGINAL REVISED AVAILABLE PCT APPROP BUDGET YTD EXPENDED MTD EXPENDED ENCUMBRANCES BUDGET USED

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Tagged Passions:budget and funding

TOTAL Public Safety 9,231,933 9,232,612 6,510,638.16 926,320.11 30,170.38 2,691,803.26 70.8

Tagged Passions:public safety

30 Public Works _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

13100 Public Works Administration 578,697 578,697 358,054.48 62,279.72 540.00 220,102.52 62.0 13110 PW General Maintenance 1,759,636 1,759,636

1,312,103.66 246,673.15 70,171.84 377,360.50 78.6 13130 Refuse Collection 650,343 650,343 415,380.04 45,504.03 123,445.16 111,517.80 82.9 13140 Recycling 335,548 335,548 220,253.65 26,939.35 111,240.20 4,054.15 98.8 13150 PW Central Garage 703,099 703,099 516,025.26 36,273.96 44,580.00 142,493.74 79.7
Tagged Passions:recycling, Public Works, and public works

TOTAL Public Works 4,027,323 4,027,323 2,821,817.09 417,670.21 349,977.20 855,528.71 78.8

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

40 Human Services _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:services

14100 General Assistance 178,008 178,053 110,613.36 15,723.55 3,301.71 64,137.93 64.0 14120 Health Social Services 2,766 2,766 2,128.81 .00 .00

637.19 77.0
Tagged Passions:services, social services, and health

TOTAL Human Services 180,774 180,819 112,742.17 15,723.55 3,301.71 64,775.12 64.2

Tagged Passions:services

45 Education _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:education

14500 School Department 37,478,469 37,878,469 22,147,213.21 2,905,538.55 .00 15,731,255.79 58.5

Tagged Passions:education

TOTAL Education 37,478,469 37,878,469 22,147,213.21 2,905,538.55 .00 15,731,255.79 58.5

Tagged Passions:education

50 Recreation and Culture _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:recreation

15000 Recreation Administration 437,193 437,193 309,705.82 12,033.07 .00 127,487.18 70.8 15050 Rec Buildings and Grounds 795,050 851,243 536,589.80

38,551.54 28,553.37 286,099.82 66.4 15250 Rec Building 211 193,177 239,838 181,030.76 52,963.17 3,535.00 55,272.24 77.0 15300 Teen Center 17,000 17,000 17,000.00 .00 .00 .00 100.0 15310 People Plus 129,060 129,060 127,431.55 2,477.00 .00 1,628.45 98.7 15400 Curtis Memorial Library 1,441,425 1,456,425 1,080,797.97 120,658.90 15,000.00 360,627.03 75.2
Tagged Passions:buildings and grounds, library, and recreation

TOTAL Recreation and Culture 3,012,905 3,130,759 2,252,555.90 226,683.68 47,088.37 831,114.72 73.5

Tagged Passions:recreation

60 Intergovernmental _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

04/03/2018 16:02 Town of Brunswick P 3 jhenze MARCH 2018 EXPENDITURE REPORT glytdbud

FOR 2018 09

ORIGINAL REVISED AVAILABLE PCT 60 Intergovernmental APPROP BUDGET YTD EXPENDED MTD EXPENDED ENCUMBRANCES BUDGET USED

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Tagged Passions:budget, intergovernmental, and funding

16000 County tax 1,517,700 1,517,700 1,517,700.00 .00 .00 .00 100.0

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

TOTAL Intergovernmental 1,517,700 1,517,700 1,517,700.00 .00 .00 .00 100.0

Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

70 Unclassified _________________________________________

17000 Promotion and Development 240,541 240,541 222,768.88 463.87 .00 17,772.12 92.6 17010 Additional School Assistance 10,000 10,000 .00 .00 .00

10,000.00 .0 17020 Cemetery Care 7,000 7,000 820.00 320.00 .00 6,180.00 11.7 17030 Wage Adjustment Account 157,500 156,500 .00 .00 .00 156,500.00 .0
Tagged Passions:education, development, and Development

TOTAL Unclassified 415,041 414,041 223,588.88 783.87 .00 190,452.12 54.0

80 Debt Service _________________________________________

18020 2006 CIP G/O Bonds 228,000 228,000 216,000.00 .00 .00 12,000.00 94.7 18030 2011 GO CIP Bonds 222,105 222,105 209,955.00 .00 .00 12,150.00 94.5

18040 Police Station Bond 389,125 389,125 333,437.51 .00 .00 55,687.49 85.7 18050 2010 Elementary School Bond 0 0 1,291,795.69 .00 .00 -1,291,795.69 100.0 18070 2017 CIP GO Bonds 34,056 34,056 82,791.98 .00 .00 -48,735.98 243.1
Tagged Passions:education, capital spending, public safety, Capital Spending, and bond

TOTAL Debt Service 873,286 873,286 2,133,980.18 .00 .00 -1,260,694.18 244.4

GRAND TOTAL 62,425,885 63,576,343 42,503,326.24 4,789,578.90 495,885.99 20,577,130.56 67.6

** END OF REPORT - Generated by Julie Henze **

04/03/2018 16:00 Town of Brunswick P 1 jhenze MARCH 2018 REVENUE REPORT glytdbud

FOR 2018 09

ORIGINAL REVISED ACTUAL YTD ACTUAL MTD REMAINING PCT ESTIM REV EST REV REVENUE REVENUE REVENUE COLL

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10 Taxes _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

111190 41101 Property Taxes 40,210,018 40,281,376 40,298,917.36 789.91 -17,541.36 100.0 * 111190 41103 Deferred Property Tax -200,000 -200,000 .00

.00 -200,000.00 .0 111190 41104 Tax Abatements -75,000 -75,000 -200,466.24 -8,958.75 125,466.24 267.3 111190 41105 Interest on Taxes 65,000 65,000 48,675.60 3,845.46 16,324.40 74.9 * 111190 41106 Tax Lien Costs Revenu 15,000 15,000 15,347.17 -16.03 -347.17 102.3 * 111190 41107 Tax Lien Interest Rev 16,000 16,000 22,418.19 -24.67 -6,418.19 140.1 * 111190 41109 Payment in Lieu of Ta 230,000 230,000 129,177.52 .00 100,822.48 56.2 * 111190 41197 BETE reimbursement 665,060 556,249 556,249.00 .00 .00 100.0 * 111190 41198 Homestead exemption r 1,139,860 792,753 598,886.00 .00 193,867.00 75.5 * 111190 41199 Miscellaneous tax adj 6,942 -8,498 .00 .00 -8,498.00 .0 111191 41110 Excise Tax - Auto 3,140,000 3,240,000 2,597,350.75 312,924.91 642,649.25 80.2 * 111191 41111 Excise Tax Boat/ATV/S 25,000 25,000 5,698.90 1,677.00 19,301.10 22.8 * 111191 41112 Excise Tax - Airplane 2,900 2,900 4,362.52 .00 -1,462.52 150.4 *
Tagged Passions:taxes, property, Taxes, ATV, boating, abatement, airport, transportation, and property tax

TOTAL Taxes 45,240,780 44,940,780 44,076,616.77 310,237.83 864,163.23 98.1

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

TOTAL REVENUES 45,240,780 44,940,780 44,076,616.77 310,237.83 864,163.23

20 Licenses Fees _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:license

121111 42207 Passport Fees 15,000 15,000 13,875.00 1,600.00 1,125.00 92.5 * 121111 42209 Passport Picture Reve 6,000 6,000 4,995.00 660.00 1,005.00

83.3 * 121411 42100 Building Permits 160,000 160,000 138,242.19 26,412.90 21,757.81 86.4 * 121411 42101 Electrical Permits 35,000 35,000 28,175.63 4,384.21 6,824.37 80.5 * 121411 42102 Plumbing Permits 23,000 23,000 22,850.00 3,355.00 150.00 99.3 * 121411 42103 Zoning Board Fees 0 0 300.00 .00 -300.00 100.0 * 121611 42200 Hunting Fishing Lic 1,000 1,000 478.50 28.00 521.50 47.9 * 121611 42201 Dog License Fee 2,550 2,550 2,817.00 86.00 -267.00 110.5 * 121611 42202 Vital Statistics 48,000 48,000 35,513.00 4,025.20 12,487.00 74.0 * 121611 42203 General Licenses 27,290 27,290 24,603.50 2,542.50 2,686.50 90.2 * 121611 42204 Victulars/Innkeepers 19,850 19,850 3,982.50 362.50 15,867.50 20.1 * 121611 42205 Shellfish Licenses 29,875 29,875 600.00 .00 29,275.00 2.0 * 121611 42206 Neutered/Spayed Dog L 4,670 4,670 5,028.00 128.00 -358.00 107.7 * 121611 42208 Postage Fees 0 0 1.40 .00 -1.40 100.0 * 121611 42210 Mooring fees 21,700 21,700 4,700.00 1,950.00 17,000.00 21.7 * 121911 42300 Planning Board Appl F 25,000 25,000 50,702.80 28,524.00 -25,702.80 202.8 * 122121 42400 Fire Permits 2,000 2,000 870.00 .00 1,130.00 43.5 * 122221 42500 Conc Weapons Permits 400 400 396.25 98.75 3.75 99.1 * 122221 42501 Parking Permit fee 300 300 220.00 -2,358.03 80.00 73.3 *
Tagged Passions:pets, license, animal control, hunting, parking, planning, and zoning

04/03/2018 16:00 Town of Brunswick P 2 jhenze MARCH 2018 REVENUE REPORT glytdbud

FOR 2018 09

ORIGINAL REVISED ACTUAL YTD ACTUAL MTD REMAINING PCT ESTIM REV EST REV REVENUE REVENUE REVENUE COLL

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

123131 42600 Public Works Opening 21,000 21,000 16,570.00 100.00 4,430.00 78.9 *

Tagged Passions:Public Works and public works

TOTAL Licenses Fees 442,635 442,635 354,920.77 71,899.03 87,714.23 80.2

Tagged Passions:license

TOTAL REVENUES 442,635 442,635 354,920.77 71,899.03 87,714.23

30 Intergovernmental _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

131132 43103 Highway Grant Fund 199,000 199,000 204,128.00 .00 -5,128.00 102.6 * 131142 43104 State General Assista 25,000 25,000 20,497.47 5,393.71

4,502.53 82.0 * 131152 43108 IFW-MerePoint Boat La 0 0 9,999.00 .00 -9,999.00 100.0 * 131190 43102 State Tax Exemption R 45,000 45,000 5,887.30 .00 39,112.70 13.1 * 131192 43101 State Revenue Sharing 1,138,850 1,138,850 832,181.57 46,364.22 306,668.43 73.1 * 131192 43106 Snowmobile Receipts 1,200 1,200 1,509.36 .00 -309.36 125.8 * 134546 43120 State Education Subsi 9,914,745 10,514,745 8,089,038.39 808,326.56 2,425,706.61 76.9 *
Tagged Passions:taxes, education, Taxes, boating, and grant

TOTAL Intergovernmental 11,323,795 11,923,795 9,163,241.09 860,084.49 2,760,553.91 76.8

Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

TOTAL REVENUES 11,323,795 11,923,795 9,163,241.09 860,084.49 2,760,553.91

40 Charges for services _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:services

141111 44110 Agent Fee Auto Reg 50,000 50,000 36,465.50 4,152.00 13,534.50 72.9 * 141111 44111 Agent Fee Boat/ATV/Sn 1,500 1,500 726.00 77.00 774.00

48.4 * 141211 44121 Rental of Property 1,200 1,200 400.00 .00 800.00 33.3 * 141611 44131 Advertising Fees 0 0 1,982.72 259.80 -1,982.72 100.0 * 142121 44155 Ambulance Service Fee 850,000 850,000 835,246.65 71,762.52 14,753.35 98.3 * 142121 44166 Special Detail - Fire 2,500 2,500 6,509.41 .00 -4,009.41 260.4 * 142221 44161 Witness Fees 1,000 1,000 2,085.09 550.00 -1,085.09 208.5 * 142221 44162 Police Reports 3,500 3,500 3,700.43 544.00 -200.43 105.7 * 142221 44163 School Resource Offic 89,500 89,500 89,500.00 .00 .00 100.0 * 142221 44165 Special Detail - Poli 3,000 3,000 23,733.90 366.00 -20,733.90 791.1 * 142221 44167 Dispatch Services fee 148,073 148,073 116,734.60 11,845.00 31,338.40 78.8 * 143131 44174 PW Labor Materials 0 0 131.37 68.42 -131.37 100.0 * 143431 44175 Recycling Revenue 15,000 15,000 13,244.20 1,993.50 1,755.80 88.3 * 144545 44100 School Tuition, etc 71,338 71,338 46,962.15 252.62 24,375.85 65.8 * 145051 44121 Rental of Property 1,500 1,500 1,300.00 .00 200.00 86.7 *
Tagged Passions:recycling, property, education, public safety, services, ATV, boating, rental, advertising, transportation, 911, and materials

TOTAL Charges for services 1,238,111 1,238,111 1,178,722.02 91,870.86 59,388.98 95.2

Tagged Passions:services

TOTAL REVENUES 1,238,111 1,238,111 1,178,722.02 91,870.86 59,388.98

50 Fines Penalties _________________________________________

151611 45108 Gen License Late Pena 175 175 270.00 60.00 -95.00 154.3 *

Tagged Passions:license

04/03/2018 16:00 Town of Brunswick P 3 jhenze MARCH 2018 REVENUE REPORT glytdbud

FOR 2018 09

ORIGINAL REVISED ACTUAL YTD ACTUAL MTD REMAINING PCT ESTIM REV EST REV REVENUE REVENUE REVENUE COLL

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151611 45109 Mooring Fee Late Pena 750 750 650.00 .00 100.00 86.7 * 151611 45110 Victualers Lic Late P 225 225 450.00 .00 -225.00 200.0 * 151621

45103 Unlicensed Dog Fines 6,000 6,000 4,475.00 875.00 1,525.00 74.6 * 152121 45104 False Alarm Fire 1,000 1,000 .00 .00 1,000.00 .0 * 152121 45107 Fire Code Violation F 0 0 300.00 .00 -300.00 100.0 * 152221 45100 Ordinance Fines 800 800 699.00 200.00 101.00 87.4 * 152221 45101 Parking Tickets 30,000 30,000 32,297.50 5,760.00 -2,297.50 107.7 * 152221 45102 Leash Law Fines 500 500 75.00 .00 425.00 15.0 * 152221 45105 False Alarm Police 50 50 220.00 15.00 -170.00 440.0 * 152221 45106 Restitution 0 0 91.10 .00 -91.10 100.0 *
Tagged Passions:pets, public safety, ordinance, animal control, building codes, and parking

TOTAL Fines Penalties 39,500 39,500 39,527.60 6,910.00 -27.60 100.1

TOTAL REVENUES 39,500 39,500 39,527.60 6,910.00 -27.60

60 Interest earned _________________________________________

161193 46100 Interest Earned 100,000 150,000 188,954.64 25,384.48 -38,954.64 126.0 *

TOTAL Interest earned 100,000 150,000 188,954.64 25,384.48 -38,954.64 126.0

TOTAL REVENUES 100,000 150,000 188,954.64 25,384.48 -38,954.64

70 Donations _________________________________________

Tagged Passions:Donation and donation

171952 47000 BDC Contrib to Econ D 30,000 30,000 .00 .00 30,000.00 .0 *

TOTAL Donations 30,000 30,000 .00 .00 30,000.00 .0

Tagged Passions:Donation and donation

TOTAL REVENUES 30,000 30,000 .00 .00 30,000.00

80 Use of fund balance _________________________________________

181100 48000 Unapprop General Fund 500,000 1,130,207 .00 .00 1,130,207.00 .0 * 184500 48004 School Balance Forwar 2,611,364 2,611,364 .00 .00

2,611,364.00 .0 *
Tagged Passions:education

TOTAL Use of fund balance 3,111,364 3,741,571 .00 .00 3,741,571.00 .0

TOTAL REVENUES 3,111,364 3,741,571 .00 .00 3,741,571.00

90 Other _________________________________________

191111 49000 Finance Miscellaneous 2,500 2,500 6,090.85 555.42 -3,590.85 243.6 *

Tagged Passions:finance

04/03/2018 16:00 Town of Brunswick P 4 jhenze MARCH 2018 REVENUE REPORT glytdbud

FOR 2018 09

ORIGINAL REVISED ACTUAL YTD ACTUAL MTD REMAINING PCT ESTIM REV EST REV REVENUE REVENUE REVENUE COLL

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191111 49101 Workers Comp Dividend 0 0 17,847.00 .00 -17,847.00 100.0 * 191111 49104 Property Casualty D 0 0 8,886.00 .00 -8,886.00 100.0 * 191111

49105 Postage Handling 0 0 .30 .00 -.30 100.0 * 191111 49106 W/C Proceeds 0 0 24,750.31 2,357.61 -24,750.31 100.0 * 191192 49100 Cable Television 275,000 275,000 148,538.87 .00 126,461.13 54.0 * 191194 49150 Gen Govt Asset Sales 0 0 5,375.96 .00 -5,375.96 100.0 * 191611 49000 Town Clerk Miscellane 1,500 1,500 1,597.94 304.00 -97.94 106.5 * 191911 49000 Planning Miscellaneou 200 200 213.00 80.00 -13.00 106.5 * 192121 49000 Fire Miscellaneous 1,000 1,000 139.02 .00 860.98 13.9 * 192194 49151 Fire Vehicle Sales 0 0 4,000.00 .00 -4,000.00 100.0 * 192221 49000 Police Miscellaneous 10,000 10,000 43,498.55 3.17 -33,498.55 435.0 * 193131 49000 Public Works Miscella 1,500 1,500 688.20 .00 811.80 45.9 * 194545 49000 School Miscellaneous 63,000 63,000 75,736.06 20,229.13 -12,736.06 120.2 * 195051 49000 Recreation Miscellane 0 0 2,000.00 .00 -2,000.00 100.0 * 199980 48100 General Fund Transfer 545,000 545,000 546,388.88 .00 -1,388.88 100.3 *
Tagged Passions:property, education, public safety, Public Works, planning, sale, recreation, and public works

TOTAL Other 899,700 899,700 885,750.94 23,529.33 13,949.06 98.4

TOTAL REVENUES 899,700 899,700 885,750.94 23,529.33 13,949.06

GRAND TOTAL 62,425,885 63,406,092 55,887,733.83 1,389,916.02 7,518,358.17 88.1

** END OF REPORT - Generated by Julie Henze **

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Tagged Passions:manager and materials

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Town Council Minutes October 16, 2017 Page 4

Fran Smith, Town Clerk, spoke regarding these applications.

Patrick Michael O Donoghue, owner of O Donoghue s, spoke regarding this item.

Chair Alison Harris closed the public hearing.

Tagged Passions:hearing

Councilor Stephen Walker moved, Councilor Daniel Harris seconded, to approve alcohol licenses for Downeaster Caf , 2 Turner Street, and O Donoghue s,

112 Pleasant Street. The motion carried with eight (8) yeas.
Tagged Passions:streets, license, and alcohol

132. The Town Council will hear public comments on ordinance amendments to

Tagged Passions:ordinance and council

eliminate 100 feet of parking on the north side of Weymouth Street, and will take any appropriate action. (Councilor Jane Millett) (This item was

discussed at 7:41 p.m.)
Tagged Passions:streets and parking

Chair Alison Harris opened the public hearing.

Tagged Passions:hearing

Councilor Jane Millett introduced this item.

Councilor Kathy Wilson provided a message from Jean Powers, who was unable to attend the meeting.

Councilor Sarah Brayman and Councilor Jane Millett asked questions, to which Commander Mark Waltz responded.

Councilor Stephen Walker asked questions, to which Manager Eldridge and Councilor Jane Millett responded.

Tagged Passions:manager

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