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Site Specific Comprehensive Plan Amendment Process: Zoning Overview
 
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https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/planning-zoning/plan-amendments/sspa This video offers an overview of the zoning ordinance and review process for different types of zoning cases. The county's site-specific amendment process is way to make land use changes to specific properties or land use areas. ★ FOLLOW FAIRFAX COUNTY ★ ~ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/fairfaxcounty ~ Twitter: http://twitter.com/fairfaxcounty ~ Instagram: http://instagram.com/fairfaxcounty ★ GET EMERGENCY ALERTS ★ ~ Fairfax Alerts: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/alerts ★ MORE FAIRFAX COUNTY NEWS AND INFORMATION ★ ~ Emergency Information Blog: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/emergency/blog ~ Fairfax County Government Radio: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/radio ~ Podcasts: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/podcasts ~ SoundCloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/fairfaxcounty Call us at 703-324-7329 for general information, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Watch "16 Around Fairfax" to see the latest Fairfax County news – daily at 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Channel 16 (1016 on Cox HD). Social Media Comments Policy and Disclaimer: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/news/socialmedia/
Orono Planning Board Meeting- 05/18/2016
 
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Public Hearings. a. An amended site plan review request by Independence Advocates of Maine, Inc., who wish to construct an addition to their existing facility located at 2 Hillside Road, Tax Map 20-3 Lot 59 in the C-2 zone. b. An amended site plan review request by Orion UME Edge, LLC who wish to modify the building layout and do a minor reconfiguration of the previously approved project located at 111 Park Street, Tax Map 20-1 Lot 42 in the C-2 zone. c. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-138 to allow the renting of an accessory dwelling unit in an accessory structure as well as in the single-family dwelling itself. d. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-31, Definitions, Section 18-105 Purpose of Districts and Section 18-106(e) and (f) Schedule of Uses concerning certain land uses and dimensional standards in the Commercial 1, Commercial 2 and Economic Development zone districts.
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Lebanon Maine Planning Board Meeting 1/19/17
 
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The Lebanon Planning Board welcomes new members, Ben Thompson and Sharon O'Brien to their first meeting. The Planning Board worked on a proposed ordinance for allowing building on some non-conforming lots within the Town of Lebanon (aka Grandfathering Ordinance) and had some more words on the proposed marijuana moratorium which is to be presented on the Town's May Election ballot.
Orono Town Council Meeting- June 13, 2016
 
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Public Hearings. a. An amended site plan review request by Independence Advocates of Maine, Inc., who wish to construct an addition to their existing facility located at 2 Hillside Road, Tax Map 20-3 Lot 59 in the C-2 zone. b. An amended site plan review request by Orion UME Edge, LLC who wish to modify the building layout and do a minor reconfiguration of the previously approved project located at 111 Park Street, Tax Map 20-1 Lot 42 in the C-2 zone. c. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-138 to allow the renting of an accessory dwelling unit in an accessory structure as well as in the single-family dwelling itself. d. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-31, Definitions, Section 18-105 Purpose of Districts and Section 18-106(e) and (f) Schedule of Uses concerning certain land uses and dimensional standards in the Commercial 1, Commercial 2 and Economic Development zone districts.
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Orono Town Planning Board Meeting-  Live Stream
 
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Public Hearings. a. An amended site plan review request by Independence Advocates of Maine, Inc., who wish to construct an addition to their existing facility located at 2 Hillside Road, Tax Map 20-3 Lot 59 in the C-2 zone. b. An amended site plan review request by Orion UME Edge, LLC who wish to modify the building layout and do a minor reconfiguration of the previously approved project located at 111 Park Street, Tax Map 20-1 Lot 42 in the C-2 zone. c. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-138 to allow the renting of an accessory dwelling unit in an accessory structure as well as in the single-family dwelling itself. d. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-31, Definitions, Section 18-105 Purpose of Districts and Section 18-106(e) and (f) Schedule of Uses concerning certain land uses and dimensional standards in the Commercial 1, Commercial 2 and Economic Development zone districts.
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17. Land Use and Conservation Law: The Adirondack History
 
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Environmental Politics and Law (EVST 255) By reviewing the conservation history of the Adirondack Park, this lecture examines strategies to manage land use and natural resources in protected areas. The Adirondacks has been protected since the 1880s and became a national park in the 1970s. The government manages the park for a variety of uses, including recreational, ecological, and natural resource-related uses. The multiple uses of the park create conflict amongst stakeholders and require regulations that prevent certain types of development. The lecture reviews regulations and zoning ordinances that protect public lands. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Allocating and Managing Land Use 07:52 - Chapter 2. Curious Conservation History: The Case of the Adirondacks 16:43 - Chapter 3. Multiple Uses, Ineffective Control and Conflict 27:13 - Chapter 4. Ecological Constrains for Land and Resource Development 45:11 - Chapter 5. Who Are the Stakeholders? Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2010.
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Orono Town Council Meeting- 06/27/2016
 
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Public Hearings. a. An amended site plan review request by Independence Advocates of Maine, Inc., who wish to construct an addition to their existing facility located at 2 Hillside Road, Tax Map 20-3 Lot 59 in the C-2 zone. b. An amended site plan review request by Orion UME Edge, LLC who wish to modify the building layout and do a minor reconfiguration of the previously approved project located at 111 Park Street, Tax Map 20-1 Lot 42 in the C-2 zone. c. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-138 to allow the renting of an accessory dwelling unit in an accessory structure as well as in the single-family dwelling itself. d. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-31, Definitions, Section 18-105 Purpose of Districts and Section 18-106(e) and (f) Schedule of Uses concerning certain land uses and dimensional standards in the Commercial 1, Commercial 2 and Economic Development zone districts.
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Orono Town Council Meeting- 07/11/2016
 
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Public Hearings. a. An amended site plan review request by Independence Advocates of Maine, Inc., who wish to construct an addition to their existing facility located at 2 Hillside Road, Tax Map 20-3 Lot 59 in the C-2 zone. b. An amended site plan review request by Orion UME Edge, LLC who wish to modify the building layout and do a minor reconfiguration of the previously approved project located at 111 Park Street, Tax Map 20-1 Lot 42 in the C-2 zone. c. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-138 to allow the renting of an accessory dwelling unit in an accessory structure as well as in the single-family dwelling itself. d. A proposed Land Use Ordinance amendment to Section 18-31, Definitions, Section 18-105 Purpose of Districts and Section 18-106(e) and (f) Schedule of Uses concerning certain land uses and dimensional standards in the Commercial 1, Commercial 2 and Economic Development zone districts.
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Is It Bad to Give Money to Panhandlers? Question
 
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--Audience Question: Is it a bad idea to give money to panhandlers on the street? Do you do it? On the Bonus Show: Arizona's Governor wants to publicly shame "deadbeat" dads, an NFL is moving to LA, ex-NFL star commits suicide, more... Support TDPS by clicking (bookmark it too!) this link before shopping on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=thedavpaksho-20 Website: https://www.davidpakman.com Become a Member: https://www.davidpakman.com/membership Be our Patron on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/davidpakman Discuss This on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/thedavidpakmanshow/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidpakmanshow TDPS Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/davidpakmanshow David's Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dpakman TDPS Gear: http://www.davidpakman.com/gear 24/7 Voicemail Line: (219)-2DAVIDP Subscribe to The David Pakman Show for more: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=midweekpolitics Timely news is important! We upload new clips every day, 6-8 stories! Make sure to subscribe! Broadcast on January 15, 2016 David's Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/david.pakman --Donate via Bitcoin: 15evMNUN1g4qdRxywbHFCKNfdCTjxtztfj --Donate via Ethereum: 0xe3E6b538E1CD21D48Ff1Ddf2D744ea8B95Ba1930 --Donate via Litecoin: LhNVT9j5gQj8U1AbwLzwfoc5okDoiFn4Mt --Donate via Bitcoin: 15evMNUN1g4qdRxywbHFCKNfdCTjxtztfj --Donate via Ethereum: 0xe3E6b538E1CD21D48Ff1Ddf2D744ea8B95Ba1930 --Donate via Litecoin: LhNVT9j5gQj8U1AbwLzwfoc5okDoiFn4Mt
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City, police capt. sued over search
 
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Grand Rapids and a police captain are being sued after taking the photo and thumb print of a teen who apparently did nothing wrong. (Feb. 25, 2015)
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Berwick, Maine's Planning Board Meeting
 
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Planning Board meeting for 4/5/12
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5 Point Plan - Economic Development
 
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The fourth part of my 5-Point Plan is to kickstart development along our business corridors. We need to attract more businesses into our community to expand our tax footprint minimizing the burden on everyone; residents and businesses. West Side is lucky to have business corridors laid out along the outskirts of the community at the intersection of two major interstate highways. Taking advantage of our location requires a look at our zoning, how we communicate with the community, and how we market the benefits of doing business here. As your next Mayor I'll do the following to attract new business and kick-start development: Appoint a Business Advisory Committee - Involve business and community leaders in attracting new businesses to Town - Use private partnerships in seeking budgetary efficiency - Collect feedback and implement the changes to improve communication Create a Playbook to Develop a Repeatable Process - Initiate review of all rules, regulations, and policies compiling them for easy view - Using the Permitting Guide to develop a consistent path any business or resident may follow - Continue review of Ordinances through a collaboration with stakeholders Implement & Market Zoning Improvements - Compile existing studies of our business corridors and then adjust our zoning accordingly - Better utilize the current set of tools at hand to encourage investment - Develop a marketing plan that showcases state and local incentives to benefit the businesses and West Side What other actions do you suggest we take to improve our relationship with the business community? I look forward to hearing from you because together WE can Continue the Progress to Revitalize West Side!
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GOC Considers Request to Investigate Gov. LePage, Acadian World Congress Allegations
 
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Portion of 127th Maine State Legislature's Government Oversight Committee (GOC) 8/20/15 meeting. Democratic representatives Danny Martin, Bob Saucier and Janice Cooper submitted to the committee 2 requests to have the interference allegations being reported by Maine media against Governor LePage investigated.
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Planning Board June 19, 2012
 
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TOWN OF CAPE ELIZABETH PLANNING BOARD AGENDA June 19, 2012 7:00 p.m. Town Hall CALL TO ORDER 7:00 Minutes of previous meeting: May 15, 2012 Correspondence: • Letter from J McVeigh re: Golden Ridge Subdivision NEW BUSINESS 7:05 Golden Ridge Subdivision Amendment - Golden Ridge LLC is requesting an amendment to the subdivision approval granted October 18, 2011 for the Golden Ridge Subdivision, located on Golden Ridge Lane, to replace the donation of an open space easement with the payment of an open space fee, Sec. 16-2-5, Amendment to a previously approved subdivision. OTHER BUSINESS 7:20 Short Term Rental Amendments - The Town Council has forwarded to the Planning Board for review proposed amendments to the Zoning Ordinance to regulate short-term rentals, which is the rental for less than 30 days per tenant of a residential dwelling, Sec. 19-10-13, Zoning Ordinance Amendments Public Hearing. NOTE: The times on this agenda are approximate and are intended for the convenience of the public; however, an item may begin earlier or later than the indicated time.
Calistoga Planning Commission Meeting 2018-May-23
 
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Calistoga Planning Commission Meeting 2018-May-23
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City of Mission Committee Meetings - September 6, 2017
 
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CITY OF MISSION, KANSAS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2017 6:30 p.m. Mission City Hall PUBLIC COMMENTS PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS / INFORMATIONAL ONLY 1. Mission Summer Camp Wrap-Up - Jenny Smith (no attachments) ACTION ITEMS 2. Resolution Designating Mission Parks and Park Facilities - Laura Smith (page 3) Section 230, Article II of the City of Mission Municipal Code spells out the rules and regulations for Mission’s Parks and park facilities. These regulations address things such as hours of operation, noise restrictions, vehicle restrictions, and signage. In order to clarify what regulations or restrictions apply where, a Resolution has been prepared which outlines the specific parks and parks facilities where the regulations outlined in Section 230, Article II apply. DISCUSSION ITEMS 3. Final Plat Approval-Downtown Mission Lot 1 & 2 - The Bar - Danielle Sitzman (page 5) Earlier this year, land was subdivided on the lots on which The Bar (6101 Johnson Drive) and the vacant office building at 6201 Johnson Drive are located. The subdivision was requested to facilitate the transfer of a portion of one parcel to the other to allow The Bar to expand their parking lot. In reviewing the plat prior to recording, Johnson County’s Surveyor identified the need to amend the plat to include dedication language for the portion of Johnson Drive (ROW) abutting the plat. The plat has already been approved by the Planning Commission and comes before the City Council for the formal acceptance of land to be dedicated to the city as right-of-way. 4. Johnson Drive Greenspace and Sidewalk Use - Emily Randel (page 30) The City has been encouraged to see many of the downtown businesses taking advantage of the expanded outdoor spaces and sidewalks in the district. However, clear guidelines for use of this public space do not exist. Staff is working to increase communication between the City and Mission businesses, but would like to review the types of activities going on in the district with the City Council, in case more formal guidelines should need to be developed. OTHER 5. Department Updates - Laura Smith Kristin Inman, Chairperson Suzie Gibbs, Vice-Chairperson Mission City Hall, 6090 Woodson 913-676-8350 CITY OF MISSION, KANSAS FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2017 7:30 P.M. Mission City Hall, 6090 Woodson PUBLIC HEARINGS / PUBLIC COMMENTS PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS / INFORMATIONAL ONLY ACTION ITEMS 1. Mission Trails Development - Laura Smith (materials delivered prior to the meeting) a. Ordinance Approving Mission Trails Redevelopment Project Plan b. Approval of Development Agreement c. Resolution of Intent to Issue Industrial Revenue Bonds (IRBs) For the last several months the City has been in negotiations with the EPC Real Estate Group regarding a request to provide Tax Increment Financing (TIF) incentives and IRBs in connection with the construction of a 200-unit apartment complex, an approximately 5,00 sq. ft. commercial space and and associated multi-level parking structure at 6201 Johnson Drive. 2. CMB Permit Application, Target - Martha Sumrall Businesses wishing to sell Cereal Malt Beverage (CMB) must submit an initial application for approval by Council and renew their license annually on a calendar year basis. Target has submitted an application which meets the requirements for selling CMB in unopened packages (off site consumption). 3. November City Council Meeting - Laura Smith (no attachments) The City Council’s regular legislative meeting is scheduled for November 15, 2017. Councilmembers Kring, Rothrock and Schlossmacher will be attending the National League of Cities conference on that date. If one more Councilmember would happen to be absent we would not have a quorum. Staff recommends the Council consider formally moving the November City Council meeting to Wednesday, November 8, 2017. DISCUSSION ITEMS 4. Gateway Incentive Requests - Bruce Kimmel/Laura Smith (no attachments) Staff and consultants will facilitate continued discussion of the request by the developer of the Gateway project for public incentives in connection with a $200+ million mixed use development project. OTHER 5. Department Updates - Laura Smith Nick Schlossmacher, Chairperson Ron Appletoft, Vice-Chairperson Mission City Hall, 6090 Woodson 913-676-8350
Bag of shame at the grocery stores of Portland, Maine
 
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Check out the skate park in Westbrook, Maine and chit chat about bag fees and some city ordinances requiring consumers to wash, dry and reuse their shopping bags or pay additional fees at the point of purchase. The free lance commentary suggests there is a campaign to hide the real truth about plastic bags, boxes and shopping centers that don't portray efficient use of recyclable materials. May 5, 2015, All Rights Reserved.
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Town Council September 12, 2011
 
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CAPE ELIZABETH TOWN COUNCIL AGENDA Regular Meeting # 13-2011 Cape Elizabeth Town Hall Monday, September 12, 2011 7:30 p.m. 00:03 Roll Call by the Town Clerk David S. Sherman, Jr., Chair Term Expires 12/2011 dsherman@dwmlaw.com Frank J. Governali Term Expires 12/2013 frank.governali@capeelizabeth.org Caitlin R. Jordan Term Expires 12/2013 caitlin.jordan@capeelizabeth.org Sara W. Lennon Term Expires 12/2012 slennon@maine.rr.com Jessica L. Sullivan Term Expires 12/2012 jsullivan08@maine.rr.com Anne E. Swift-Kayatta Term Expires 12/2011 aeskay@maine.rr.com James T. Walsh Term Expires 12/2012 jim.walsh@capeelizabeth.org 00:17 The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag 00:35 | 02:58 Town Council Reports and Correspondence 02:04 Citizen Opportunity for Discussion of Items Not on the Agenda 02:21 Town Manager's Report 02:34 Review of Minutes of August 8, 2011 Regular Meeting and August 25, 2011 Special Meeting. 04:13 Item # 125-2011 Columbus Road Seasonal Hockey Rink Request Ethan Gillespie has requested permission for a second year of a hockey rink at town owned land on Columbus Road. It is recommended to approve the request pursuant to the same arrangements approved on November 8, 2010. 06:28 Item # 126-2011 Short Term Rentals of Homes in Residential Zones Town officials, appointed and elected, have received a number of complaints regarding uses connected with the short term rentals of properties in residential neighborhoods. On September 6, 2011, 24 Cape Elizabeth properties were listed with rents of up to $7,000 per week. During Labor Day weekend, one weekly/weekend rental property had a large onsite wedding that posted parking availability at the Town Hall. This occurred at least twice for this property in 2011. It is proposed that the Ordinance Committee review whether or not the Town should consider limitations on specific uses of short term rental properties in residential areas. 24:12 Item # 127-2011 Request for Executive Session It is recommended that the Town Council, in conformance with 1MRSA §405 6 C enter executive session to discuss land acquisition/disposition issues 22:20 | 24:00 Citizen Opportunity for Discussion of Items Not on the Agenda Link to August 31, 2011 Financial Reports Adjournment Public Participation at Town Council Meetings After an item has been introduced, any person wishing to address the council shall signify a desire to speak by raising their hand or by approaching the lectern. When recognized by the chairman, the speaker shall give his or her name and address or name and local affiliation, if the affiliation is relevant, prior to making other comments. All remarks should be addressed 2 to the Town Council. Comments shall be limited to three minutes per person; however, the time may be extended by majority vote of councilors present. For agenda items that are not formally advertised public hearings, the time for public comments is limited to 15 minutes per agenda item. This time may be extended by a majority of the Town Council. The chairman may decline to recognize any person who has already spoken on the same agenda item and may call on speakers in a manner so as to balance debate. Once the Council has begun its deliberations on an item, no person shall be permitted to address the Council on such item. Speaking at the meeting on topics not on the agenda at regular Council meetings Persons wishing to address the Council on an issue or concern local in nature not appearing on the agenda may do so at a regular Town Council meeting before the town manager's report and/or after the disposition of all items appearing on the agenda. Any person wishing to address the Council shall signify a desire to speak by raising their hand or by approaching the lectern. When recognized by the chairman, the speaker shall give his or her name and address or name and local affiliation if the local affiliation Council. Comments in each comment period shall be limited to three minutes per person and 15 minutes total; however, the time may be extended by majority vote of councilors present. Decorum Persons present at Council meetings shall not applaud or otherwise express approval or disapproval of any statements made or actions taken at such meeting. Persons at Council meetings may only address the Town Council after being recognized by the chairman.
05.16.2018 Council Meeting
 
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City of Homestead Meeting 51:03 TAB 6 - AMENDMENT TO CRYSTAL LAKES PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN TAB 7 - SITE PLAN TO PERMIT A CONVENIENCE STORE WITH EIGHT ANCILLARY GAS PUMPS TAB 8 - SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO PERMIT A CONVENIENCE STORE WITH EIGHT ANCILLARY GAS PUMPS TAB 9 - CERTIFICATE OF USE FOR RACE TRAC PETROLEUM, INC. TO PERMIT THE SALE OF BEER AND WINE 59:46 TAB 10 - CERTIFICATE OF USE FOR PRESIDENTE SUPERMARKET NO. 44 1:01:13 TAB 11 - FINAL PLAT APPROVAL FOR KINGMAN LENNAR TAB 19 - EAST HOMESTEAD COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT TAB 20 - SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICT 1:44:24 - TAB 12 - ORDINANCE REPEALING AND RESCINDING 2016 DRI DEVELOPMENT ORDER 1:47:32 - TAB 13 - FY 2018 AMENDMENT TO GENERAL FUND 1:49:58 - TAB 14 - FY 2018 BUDGET AMENDMENT TO GENERAL FUND 1:51:24 - TAB 15 - ORDINANCE PROHIBITING MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES 1:59:11 - TAB 16 - LUCY-FLORIDA CITY TRANSMISSION LINE PANEL REPLACEMENT 2:00:44 - TAB 17 - POWER TRANSFORMER FOR RENAISSANCE SUBSTATION EXPANSION 2:05:52 - TAB 18 - MARQUEE SIGN FOR SEMINOLE THEATRE 2:07:26 - TAB 21 - PURCHASE OF LAND FOR NEW ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION 2:08:47 - TAB 22 - USDA SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM SPONSOR SITE 2:11:58 - TAB 23 - FDEP GRANT $450K (PUMP STATION 1 CONSTRUCTION)
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City of Franklin Municipal Planning Commission 6-28-2018
 
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City of Franklin Municipal Planning Commission 6-28-2018
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Pot States Growing Like Weeds
 
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Portland Maine is the latest member of the legalize pot club, joining Colorado and Washington. See the next states planning to go green. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
A Call to Amend Chicago’s Welcoming City Ordinance
 
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Immigrant communities and advocates call on Mayor Rahm Emanuel and City Council to protect immigrants from deportation by supporting amendments to the Welcoming Cities Ordinance. This program was recorded by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
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Understand Massachusetts General Law 40U in Revere
 
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Mayor Dan Rizzo sat down in the RevereTV studio with Peter Brown and Bob Marra to discuss the new city ordinance related to Massachusetts General Law 40U.
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Caught in Providence: Car Clock
 
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Cannafindr vs Leafly vs Weedmaps Weed Delivery Services
 
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Cannafindr, Leafly and Weedmaps are the best mobile application in cannabis Industry. CannFindr, Leafly and Weedmaps allow users to easily locate nearby marijuana & cannabis dispensaries in the U.S. For more information visit our site : http://canna-find.com/
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Maine Gov't Oversight Committee Votes 12-0 to Investigate Governor Paul LePage
 
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The 12 members of the 127th Maine Legislature's Government Oversight Committee met July 1 with OPEGA Director Bath Ashcroft to discuss a pair of requests received from Senator Tom Saviello and Reps Jeff Evangelos, Ben Chipman and Charlotte Warren to look into reported allegations of Governor Paul LePage's actions regarding the Good Will-Hinckley School hiring of Speaker of the House Mark Eves. After almost an hour of discussion, the committee agreed by a 12-0 vote to have OPEGA look into the concerns. Specific goals and parameters were set by the committee as to the scope. The committee will meet again at 9 am on Friday, July 17.
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Searsport Maine Planning Board Meeting 11/9/15
 
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Searsport Maine Planning Board Meeting 11/9/15
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8th Grade U.S. HISTORY STAAR REVIEW
 
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For educational purposes. I was trying really hard to keep it under 45 minutes. If it's too fast you can watch it at .75. At .5 it sounds like an episode of drunk history. Please note the following: * Fundamental Orders of Connecticut was established in 1639 not 1863 * Fort Sumter was 1861 not 1865 If you see any other mistakes please let me know. Thanks and good luck on the test!
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My New Wood Stove and Explanation of Installation Codes
 
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My new wood stove is installed and I also explain some of the codes to follow when installing a new wood stove.
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Cannabis News - More Huge Poll Numbers for Marijuana Law Reform | Ep. 128 | 5-2-2018
 
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Joe Klare discusses a new poll about cannabis law reform, more from Dr. Sanjay Gupta on opioids and marijuana and a piece from Scientific American about the need to end the war on marijuana. 05-02-2018 - Ep. 128 | The Marijuana Times https://www.marijuanatimes.org/quinnipiac-university-poll-finds-74-percent-of-us-voters-support-protecting-state-legal-cannabis/ https://youtu.be/jKw_x7zy1m4 https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/end-the-war-on-weed/ http://naturecidecannabis.com/ Follow us: https://facebook.com/mjtimesdaily https://vimeo.com/marijuanatimesx https://twitter.com/marijuanatimesx https://instagram.com/marijuanatimesx https://linkedin.com/company/the-marijuana-times/
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2018 Winter Lecture Series -  The Fateful Compromise of 1850
 
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Before the Civil War there was the Compromise of 1850. The arguments between the North and South over slavery in the new territories began to boil over during an era when the United States was becoming a player on the world stage with territory acquired during the recent war with Mexico. Would slavery expand into these new territories or would it be confined to the southern states only?
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Denver Considers Recriminalizing Marijuana
 
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Despite 66% of Denver voters approving the initiative last November, Mayor Michael Hancock and his allies on the city council are trying to pass a blatantly unconstitutional measure that would make it a crime for adults to use marijuana on private property.
What Is A Kennel License?
 
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Kootenai county sheriff's office kennel permits. Kennel licenses washtenaw county, michiganhanover va. Section 137a kennel licenses massachusetts legislature. Any person who keeps or operates a kennel shall, on before january 1 of each year, apply to the department for license. They are only violating the law if they treating dogs inhumanely or being hb 223 and sb 173 license breeders who maintain a kennel of more than eight breeding dogs, pet stores, dealers buy sell dogs; Require criminal is an establishment where 3 confined kept for sale, boarding, training purposes. Kennels what is a kennel? What are the zoning requirements for state license search kennel of michigan. A clean, reputable facility with knowledgeable staff no person shall own a kennel without first applying to and receiving from the director of animal services license do so, if zoning is propera having 5 or more dogs for purposes set forth in section 3907, subsection 17 obtain clerk licenses are governed by kootenai county ordinances. Hanover county sells 1, 2, and 3 year dog licenses, which are valid for an entire calendar as long the rabies vaccination remains current. Michigan legislature section 287. Kennel licenses are issued by miami dade animal services. To see the entire ordinance section, click here, then select title 5 public safety and chapter 1 any person who keeps or operates a kennel may, in lieu of individual license required under this act, apply to county treasurer for entitling an owner keeper less than 4 dogs, 3 months old older, does not maintain may elect secure licensing dogs. Kennel licensing is regulated locally. Kennel licensing pa deptkennel license san juan county clerk's. The michigan department of agriculture they pay for licenses and supposedly get inspected. A kennel is defined as any establishment in or through which at least 26 dogs are kept transferred a calendar year, boarding san juan county license required for anyone who the unincorporated areas of and keeps more than 3 5 cats. Gov protect doglaw kennel. Kennel license miami dade county. What is a kennel license and who needs them? Ovdo new licensing law? . Animal services accepts as defined in the county of san diego zoning ordinance, a kennel is fully enclosed or permitted upon granting minor major use permit depending when boarding animals only, state license not required. Kennel license (dogs and cats) minnesota. Kennel and animal business license fees. Snohomish county, wa how to get a kennel license for dogs 6. 040 kennel licenses title 7, 3923 c kennel license maine legislature. Kennel licensing pa dept a url? Q agriculture. N a, n a dog boarding kennel provides valuable service to owners who need overnight care for their pets. Licenses (annual fees). Hanover county also sells annual 20 dog and 50 cat kennel license annually, per year $17; Review of plans by oklahoma city health department $20; Inspection if you are operating a commercial must have as required michigan state law. Li
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OPEGA Presents Maine Governor Paul LePage/ Good Will-Hinckley Report to GOC Cmte
 
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Three plus hour long meeting in which OPEGA Director Beth Ashcroft gave her department's 27 page examination to the 127th Maine Legislature's Government Oversight Committee, looking into reports of abuse of power and threats made to withhold state funding to the school if they were to hire Speaker of the House Mark Eves. Report here: http://legislature.maine.gov/opega/ The committee next meets on October 15, when they will hear from invited persons on interest concerning the allegations against Governor Paul LePage and take public comment.
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The 700 Club - Election Coverage - November 08, 2016
 
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CBN News provides in-depth analysis on election night 2016.
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South Carolina and the Nullification Crisis
 
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This screencast describes the U.S. Nullification Crisis and the events leading up to it.
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Age of Jackson: Crash Course US History #14
 
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In which John Green teaches you about the presidency of Andrew Jackson So how did a president with astoundingly bad fiscal policies end up on the $20 bill? That's a question we can't answer, but we can tell you how Jackson got to be president, and how he changed the country when he got the job. Jackson's election was more democratic than any previous presidential election. More people were able to vote, and they picked a doozie. Jackson was a well-known war hero, and he was elected over his longtime political enemy, John Quincy Adams. Once Jackson was in office, he did more to expand executive power than any of the previous occupants of the White House. He used armed troops to collect taxes, refused to enforce legislation and supreme court legislation, and hired and fired his staff based on support in elections. He was also the first president to regularly wield the presidential veto as a political tool. Was he a good president? Watch this video and draw your own conclusions. Support CrashCourse on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Hey teachers and students - Check out CommonLit's free collection of reading passages and curriculum resources to learn more about the events of this episode. On of Andrew Jackson's most lasting and memorable policies was that of Indian removal: https://www.commonlit.org/texts/andrew-jackson-s-speech-to-congress-on-indian-removal Jackson’s promotion of this cause led to the infamous Trail of Tears: https://www.commonlit.org/texts/excerpt-from-trail-of-tears-diary
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Lebanon Maine Board of Selectmen's Meeting - 11/14/16, Part 1
 
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Selectmen's Assistant with appeals information and other concerns. Budgets for Appeals Board and Budget Committee Senator Ron Collins and Reps of the Maine DOT are in the house speaking about the bridge replacement on New Bridge Road in Lebanon.
10 Disney Movie Mistakes That Slipped Through Editing
 
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Top 10 Mistakes and Fails In Your Favorite Disney Films like Frozen, Beauty & The Beast, Wall-E and more! Subscribe to our channel : http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6 Check Out These Other Amazing Videos: 10 Hidden Details In Disney Movies https://youtu.be/_q-n8SjU_RI 10 Hidden Clues To Pixar's Shared Universe https://youtu.be/ivmG6t10Ggw When Walt Disney first decided that animated movies would not only be successful, but make possible action and adventures filmmakers could only dream of, he changed the future of cinema forever. Hand-drawn animation eventually gave way to characters and stories drawn and painted in computers, with the fantasy and effects getting even more ambitious. But no matter how many artists or writers may shape an animated film, some mistakes, errors, and unresolved questions always seem to make it through inspection. Here are ScreenRant’s 10 Disney Movie Mistakes That Slipped Through Editing. Voice Over by: Rob Flis @Rob_Flis https://twitter.com/rob_flis Featuring: Finding Nemo | 0:32 Toy Story | 0:56 Wall-E | 1:28 Beauty & The Beast | 2:02 Monsters Inc. | 2:34 A Bug's Life | 3:15 Frozen | 3:43 Wreck-It Ralph | 4:13 The Incredibles | 4:47 Our Social Media: https://twitter.com/screenrant https://www.facebook.com/ScreenRant https://plus.google.com/+ScreenRant Our Website http://screenrant.com/ Screen Rant, All Your TV and Movie News In List Video Form! Movie Secrets, Hidden Clues, Superheroes, Movie Mistakes, Car Chases, Deleted Scenes, Plot Holes, Unscripted Scenes, Hidden Messages And Much More!
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Provo City Council Work Meeting, August 8, 2017
 
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12:00 PM, Tuesday, August 8, 2017 Room 310, City Conference Room 351 W Center, Provo, UT 84601 Roll Call Prayer Approval of Minutes Business (0:02:43) 1. A discussion on an appropriation for an Impact Fee Facilities Plan and Impact Fee Analysis (17-097) (0:20:20) 2. A discussion on a parameters resolution authorizing the issuance of up to $30 million of general obligation refunding bonds; and related matters (17-098) (0:35:54) 3. A discussion on road funding (17-095) (0:59:57) 4. An update on Victim Services grants (17-100) (1:17:54) 5. A discussion with the Economic Development Department on retail incentives and retaining business (17-087) (2:45:56) 6. A discussion on parking (17-096) Policy Items Referred from the Planning Commission (3:21:15) 7. Provo City Community Development Department requests an Ordinance Amendment to Section 14.02.010 to make city noticing requirements consistent with state law. Citywide impact. (17-0014OA) (3:24:34) 8. A discussion on the Development Approval Process Review Committee's recommendation on noticing land use items (17-052) (4:24:19) 9. Scott Bowles requests an Ordinance Amendment to Section 14.20.160 to increase the size of signs permitted in the Regional Shopping Center (SC3) Zone. Citywide impact. (17-0015OA) (4:34:20) 10. McKay Christensen requests an Amendment to Section 14.21A.110 to eliminate the facade stepback for buildings in the General Downtown (DT1) Zone. Downtown Neighborhood. (17-0011OA) (4:49:45) 11. McKay Christensen requests an Ordinance Amendment to Section 14.21A.090 to reduce the average apartment square footage from 800 feet to 600 feet in the General Downtown (DT1) Zone. Downtown Neighborhood. (17-0013OA) Closed Meeting 12. The Municipal Council or the Governing Board of the Redevelopment Agency will consider a motion to close the meeting for the purposes of holding a strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation, and/or to discuss the purchase, sale, exchange, or lease of real property, and/or the character, professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual in conformance with 52-4-204 and 52-4-205 et. seq., Utah Code. Adjournment Materials and Agenda: http://publicdocuments.provo.org/sirepub/meet.aspx Council Blog: http://provocitycouncil.com/
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Effingham NH Selectmen 5/29/18
 
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Meeting Notes Effingham NH Selectmen meeting 5/29/18. The Selectmen: Michael Cahalane, Leonard Espie, and John Meisner convene their meetings at the Effingham Municipal Offices, 68 School Street, Effingham. This meeting began at 5:00 pm. Town Administrator: Claudia Lamphier. Administrative Assistant: Cheryle Feirick. Office Assistant: Chris Holbrook Visit the Town of Effingham website Location coordinates Encrypted analysis: 8haQLqEYlcHechE0rEZldRerugAdEt35 0:00:01 Call to order: Meisner; Cahalane; Espie; [Subcontext:outdoor public event licensing procedure;] 0:04:28 MANIFEST REVIEW: [Subcontext: Proprietors name?;] 0:05:28 MANIFEST REVIEW: [Subcontext: Proprietors name; transfer station Northeast Recovery;] 0:09:10 MANIFEST REVIEW; [Subcontext: transfer station; Waste Management; NRRA; radios;] 0:12:06 MANIFEST REVIEW: [Subcontext: 1688 Province Lake Road; old store; site plan review; planning board;] 0:14:52 MANIFEST REVIEW: [Subcontext: cemeteries; mowing; invoices; 13 funds; woodland;] 0:23:23 Pledge; 0:23:56 MOTION: M-Meisner- To accept the manifest total of $32,376.63 2nd-Espie V3-0 0:24:20 MOTION: M-Meisner- To accept the May 22, 2018 minutes 2nd-Cahalane V3-0 0:24:41 PUBLIC COMMENT: Fire Chief; culvert flushing; hunters bridge; street sweeping; Coleman; Elm St expansion joint; LandTech test pit; 0:28:00 PUBLIC COMMENT: Metal culvert clean out; concrete culvert conditions; Culvert inspections; 0:31:46 PUBLIC COMMENT: CIP; Lakes Region Planning Commission; (LRPC); Library Trustee meeting; grant funding; Town Hall; Nation parks register; matching grants; LCHIP grant; Masonic school; 0:39:58 SELECTMEN COMMENTS AND REPORTS: Meisner: Crack sealing; FR Carroll; UPN road patch; calcium chloride application; 0:41:59 SELECTMEN COMMENTS AND REPORTS: Espie: Road grading; Town Hall cleanup; Town poor cemetery; memorial day flags; new town entry signs; 0:48:16 SELECTMEN COMMENTS AND REPORTS: Cahalane: Chief Butts; Bomb squad response regarding dynamite disposal; letter; Fire Chief: emergency management planning meeting; grants; presentation; library exterior light replacement; Time Warner Northeast LLC; Tamworth Cable franchise contract negotiation; June 19- cable discussion meeting; 6:30 pm; Energy audit; aquatic resource grant; NHDES; culvert study; Transfer station public flyer; recycling; Waste Management; ECO Maine; contract upgrade: NRRA; glass recycling; crack sealing; grading; Dig and Does; Fire department septic design; tank use; tank replacement; outdoor event ordinance; Bridge aid; Snow Rd; Granite Rd; Hunters; Hutchens pond; budget committee bridge replacement funds; bridge repair scheduling; 1:24:38 PUBLIC COMMENT: Bridge repair/ replace reimbursements; 1:24:43 SELECTMEN COMMENTS AND REPORTS: Cahalane: Elm street engineering service; HEB; design document requirements; engineering oversight of bridge repairs/ replacements; HEB email corrugated metal pipe replacement; 1:40:34 OLD BUSINESS: Espie: Transfer station logs; fire/ burn permit; 1:42:32 OLD BUSINESS: Cahalane: Barn ordinance public hearing; May 30, 2018; Transfer station exit signage; NRRA dump closer operating plan; 1:49:12 SCHEDULING NON PUBLIC SESSIONS: June 4, 2018; Work session:
How Old Do You Have To Be To Buy A Vape In Illinois?
 
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Nacs online media illinois teenagers caught vaping will be fined vapor news url? Q webcache. List of vaping bans in the united states wikipediaillinois we card. 13 feb 2017 in order to purchase e cigarettes you must be 18 years or older and have a valid photo id. State vape laws jvapes e liquid. While we recommend that you do not vape around children younger than 18 years of age. Can u plz give me some advise as to where i can purchase online with 26 jul 2017 new penalties in place for youth caught vaping park ridge maine south high school, should minors cited violating the local ordinance on other hand, you have different hazards,' said collins, who has a mellema sale of e cigarettes people under age 18 is prohibited illinois, but michigander here, and would like know truth. If your local laws have a higher minimum age then state, you must follow fda regulated products and verify the customer is of legal to purchase. Googleusercontent search. The penalty for the first violation is a fine of $25 or 15 hours community service, and maximum repeated violations $100 30 service minor cannot use e cigs, which i believe you refer to as vape. Feb 2016 in illinois, it is already illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to possess cigarettes, cigars and all other forms tobacco. Prohibits sale to minors under 18 years old. Ban the sale of all e cigarette liquids in illinois until these regulations are vaporfi orbit dry herb vaporizer starter kit buy now we'll take a closer look at some vape laws that have been enacted by individual states. New penalties in place for youth caught vaping park ridge vape and e cig laws under age of 18? 0. Nacs online media new e cig law in illinois how old do you have to be vape health advisor. The age of 18 cannot legally use any form tobacco in the state illinois no how does define an e cigarette? You are here or chemicals combination thereof that turned into vapor which is inhaled by user. Vaping laws for all 50 states illinois bans electronic cigarettes minors. Will illinois be next to raise smoking vaping age 21? Vapeszb community zamplebox. E cigarette regulation and vape pen laws by state guide. Illinois bans electronic cigarettes for minors. ' (public health law center. Flavored e cigarettes can also be sold and purchased by consumers 18 years or older. The fda requires that by 2018, all e cigarettes must be sold with the warning this product contains nicotine 19 aug 2013 john mulroe, who drafted legislation said other forms of and electronic should no exception to legal age for 2 feb 2016 a new illinois law is banning distribution vape products manager upper limits vapor glass shop says they've although agrees limitations, parents more involved. It's monumentally easier if you were to buy everything without your kid present, we've compiled the latest laws in all 50 states for. How old do you have to be get a vape pen in illinois? Youtube. Illinois note maine does not have state regulations on sale of 'tobacco products
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Lebanon Maine Retail Marijuana Informational Meeting, 3/11/17
 
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Members of the Lebanon Maine Community came together at the Lebanon Elementary School to hear a presentation on Question 1, the legalization for recreational use and retail sales of marijuana and how this new law will, or could, change the town. Lebanon Planning Board members Sean Bright and Cassandra Lunderville presented information and then allowed for a question and answer period. All members of the Lebanon Planning Board, Lebanon Maine Selectmen, Lebanon Code Enforcement Officer and Lebanon Maine Assessing Agent were in attendance at the meeting. This video tape is presented by LMTS as a single resident of the Town of Lebanon and not as a representative of any Office, Board, Committee of the Town of Lebanon and is protected under the rights to video tape and present for public viewing, any public municipal meeting. This video is protected by copyright of the owner and not for sale or may not be edited or altered. Thank you for viewing.
08/21/18 Council Meeting
 
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Lebanon Maine Budget Committee Meeting, 2/1/17 Part 1 of 2
 
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The Lebanon Budget Committee met at 6:30 pm.... First up was the review of minutes from 6/8/16 and 1/18/17. A few changes to the minutes were brought up and noted by the Committee Secretary, Rebecca Beal. Lebanon Transfer Station Budget changes were due to be discussed, however Lebanon Board of Selectmen Chairman Christine Torno did not attend the meeting, so the Transfer Station Budget was not discussed. Chairman Bettie Harris Howard speaks on proper procedure on Budget Committee members to address line item mistakes to various budgets with the Lebanon Treasurer. Questions on written procedure, Budget Committee Bylaws vs Budget Committee Ordinance. Discussion on Conservation Commission's request for $150 to be added to their budget for a Scholarship to Conservation Camp. Discussion on Planning Board Budget request for $100 for cell phone stipend for PB Secretary Jenn Griffin. Discussion on budgets still left for Budge Committee to review which have not yet been reviewed by Board of Selectmen. Discussion on Lebanon Festival Budget. Discussion on time restraints on reviewing budgets prior to the May 2017 Town Election. Motion to recess meeting by Chairman Bettie Harris Howard while the Budget Committee waits for Lebanon Road Commissioner Torno to arrive.
RSU #20 Board of Directors Meeting 11/10/15
 
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RSU #20 Board of Directors Meeting 11/10/15
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