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Minutes of Meeting of Weymouth Board of Commissioners

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Village of Weymouth was held on October 3rd, 2022 in the meeting room at the Medical Centre with Commissioners Gaudett, Frizzell, and Mullen present.

Meeting was called to order by the Chair at 7:08 pm.

The minutes of the meeting of Sept 12th, 2022 were approved as presented on motion by Commissioner Frizzell and seconded by Commissioner Mullen

Business Arising out of the Minutes:
-VON rental space – see new business.
-Driveway repairs have been made, as well as, repositioning sewer pump cover.

-quote received from Clare Seamless Gutters to install new gutters on back side of the medical centre-see new business
-e-mail from a ratepayer requesting financial information. Clerk to provide financial statements.
-e-mail from Waterfront Committee inviting commissioners to security camera info session.
-e-mail from HomeCare director with issues raised by the fire marshall. A copy of this report has been requested.
-inspection report from Digby Municipal Building Inspector and Clare Fire Inspector.

Financial Reports: An updated financial report was presented by Clerk Treasurer. Approved on motion by Commissioner Mullen seconded by Commissioner Frizzell

New Business:
-Old VON rental space- work is progressing, new lease has been prepared and signed on behalf of the Village Commissioners.
-Following review of the quote for gutters, it was moved by Commissioner Frizzell, seconded by Commissioner Mullen “that the quote from Clare Seamless Gutters be accepted”, Motion Carried.
-At request of HomeCare, a renewal lease has been prepared for their exiting section. Lease for five year term on same basis and existing lease. Lease was signed, witnessed and will be sent to HomeCare for their acceptance.
-A detailed review of the building inspection report followed. The bulk of the point raised are basic “housekeeping” requirements such as non-functioning exit signs, emergency lighting and various other issues. Issues will be reviewed and corrected in advance of a follow up inspection scheduled for November 2nd. Clerk and Chair to follow up.

Regular Commission meetings will continue to be held on the first Monday of the month. There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 7:44 on motion Commissioner Frizzell seconded by Commissioner Mullen.

Respectively submitted¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬


________________ _____________________ Clerk Treasurer Chair

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