COTUIT FIRE DISTRICT
22 December 2014 5:00 PM
976 Main Street, Cotuit
- Call to order January 2015
- District Meeting Warrant
- Surplus equipment policy
- Declaration of surplus equipment: Furnace, Brass door hardware
- Freedom Hall: HVAC, interior painting
- Public Comment
Please note: The list of matters are those reasonably anticipated by the committee chairman which may be discussed at the meeting. Not all items listed may in fact be discussed, and other items not listed may in fact be discussed to the extent permitted by law. It is possible that, if it so votes, the Committee may go into executive session. The Committee may also act on items in an order other than they appear on this agenda. Persons interested are advised that, in the event any matter taken up at the meeting remains unfinished at the close of the meeting, the matter may be put off to a continued session of this meeting with proper notice.
COTUT FIRE DISTRICT
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Present: Marge Wallace, Laurie Hadley, Fran Parks
Fran: I’m going to call to order the Oct. 14, 2014 Cotuit Fire District Prudential Committee Meeting. Is anybody recording? Amy Kates is recording. Let me start with the exterior painting. We had five bids, almost six … Ranging from $27,690 to $37,000. The low bid is O’Byrne Painting at $27,690. We’ve spoken to two of his references. He has done historic buildings; he has all the necessary permits; he has absolutely glowing references. I think we need to motion to accept …
Present: Marge Wallace, Lauire Hadley, Fran Parks
Clerk Charlie Eager
Fran Parks: So, I’m going to call the September 22nd meeting of the Cotuit Fire District Prevention Committee to order at 5:01 PM. Will the members please state their names. You need to turn it on.
Laurie Hadley: Laurie Hadley.
Marge Wallace: Marge Wallace.
Prudential Committee Cotuit Fire District 4 September 2014 Present: Marge Wallace, Laurie Hadley, Fran Parks Mike Daley. Mark Bodreau Fran Parks it’s a little after 5:00 so I’m going to open the special meeting of the Cotuit Prudential Committee. Cotuit Fire District Prudential Committee special meeting September 4th, Freedom Hall, Main Street, Cotuit. Is anyone recording? Amy Kates is recording. Prudential Committee meetings are conducted in compliance with the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law (Mass General Law, Chapter 38, Section 18 to 25). For regular meetings of the Prudential Committee there should be a reasonable period of time for public comment prior to the committee commencing its discussions and deliberations. The public does not participate in committee discussions and/or deliberations. No person shall address the meeting of a public body without the permission of the Chair and all persons shall, at the request of the Chair, be silent. No person shall disrupt the proceedings of the meeting of a public body. If after a clear warning from the Chair a person continues to disrupt the proceedings the Chair may order the person to withdraw from the meeting, and if a person does not withdraw the Chair may authorize a constable or other officer to remove the person from the meeting (Mass General Law, Chapter 38, Section 20(f)). Continue reading