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HomeMy Public PortalAbout2002 Town Report ... .... ... ... .. ORLEANS ... ... ... ANNUAL TOWN REPORT .. - ... .... .... ... .. ... - .. .... .... .. ... .. .... ... FOR YEAR 2002 ... .... .... .... .... .. - - .. .. - - ... .. - .. ... .. .. .. .. - - .... ... - .. .... .. - .... .. .. - - The Beach at Rock Harbor, where the adventures of children are timeless Cover Photograph by Barry Donahue, Cape Cod VoiceC9 .. Layout & Design, Lauren Vincent-Schwinn Printing by Parae/ete Press .. IIlII .. -- ... ... - - - ORLEANS - ... ... ANNUAL TOWN REPORT ... - ... ... - ... - - ... - ... ... - - - ... ... FOR YEAR 2002 ... - ... - ... - ... .. ... - - - - ... ... - - .- .- .. ... ... ... ... .. .- .. ... ... - ... .- ... ... ... The Beach at Rock Harbor, where the adventures of children are timeless Cover Photograph by Barry Donahue, Cape Cod Voice@ .. Layout & Design, Lauren Vincent-Schwinn Printing by Paraclete Press .. .. - ... - ... ... ANNUAL REPORTS ... - - ... ... ... - - - ... of the ... - ... ... TOWN OFFICERS - - ... of the ... - ... TOWN OF ORLEANS ... ... ... ... FOR THE YEAR - 2002 - - - .. .. - - - .. - .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. - .. .. - .. .. .. .. - .. .. - ... .. .. - .. - - This Book is Dedicated - To the Memory of - - - BRIAN GmBoNs - January 23, 1950-July4, 2002 - - - - ... - - - - - ... - - One of four fishermen portrayed in the book Against the Tide: The Fate of the New England - Fisherman by Richard Adams Carey which detailed the plight of fishermen today, Brian contributed to family, friends and the community at large. - Brian was a commerciallobsterman and fisherman who fished out of Snow Shore Landing off - the shores of the Outer Cape. - He was a past president of the Nauset Fishermen's Association and assisted in the planning and management of Annual Clambakes, which generated scholarship fimds for graduating students and to - develop a quahog seed program for public use. - Brian served as secretary to the Orleans Taxpayers Association and the Outer Cape's Lobsterman's - Association. - Direct service to the Town includes his significant contributions as a member of the Shellfish and Waterways hnprovementAdvisory Committee. - We dedicate the Annual Town Report to Brian for his many contributions, public and private, to - Orleans. He was an example to all of us of good citizenship and local committment. - I - - ... .. - .. .. - .. .. I11III - - - .. - - .. I11III .. .. - - - - .. - .. I11III .. - ... - - - TABLE OF CONTENTS - - Dedication ....................................... ....................... ........................................................ 1 - Web Page ...................................................................................................................... 3 - In Memoriam...................... ...................................................................................... ....... 4 - Interesting Facts........................ ....... ...................... ......................................................... 5 Elected State Officials............................ ...................................................................... ... 6 - Committees & Personnel ....................................... ..................................................... .... 8 - - Board of Selectmenffown Administrator Report ....................................... ..... ................. 16 Collector of Taxes.............................. ........ .............................................................. ...... 18 - Town Employees & Nauset Regional Employees Salaries for Calendar 2002 ................ 19 - Trust Funds ............................................... .................................................................... 36 - Director of Municipal Finance Report .. ................................. ......................................... 39 - Accounting Reports....................................................................................................... 40 - Town Clerk's Reports .................................................................................................... 50 - Elections - Annual Town Election: May 21,2002 - State Primary Election: September 17, 2002 - State Election: November 5, 2002 Old King's Highway Historic District Committee Election: November 26, 2002 - - Town Meetinas - Annual Town Meeting: May 13, 2002 - Special Within the Annual Town Meeting: May 13, 2002 Special Town Meeting: October 28, 2002 - Reports of Town Departments, Committees, Commissions and Boards ...................... 102 - Committee/Board Descriptions................................................................................... 136 - Committee Meeting Schedule..................................................................................... 139 - Citizen Interest Form ................................................................................................... 140 - Index........................... ......... ......................... ..... ............. ................ .......... .................. 142 - Telephone Numbers ........................... ............................................................. Back Cover - - 2 - - .. .. .. .. Town of Or/ea. . - .. - liliiii 2003 Beach and Transfer Station Sticker Information for . DEPARTMENTS Residents/Taxpayers , Information on the sticker renewal program including availability and eligibility .. COMMITTEES for Residents/Taxpayers. Visitors should check the Parks FAQs section for MEETINGS more information on weekly stickers. .. I\HNlTES Help Wanted - Updated 3-26-2003 .. INFORMATION This page lists any current employment opportunities with the Town of Orleans. .. FAQ'S AHOtT ORLEANS New Transfer/Disposal Station Hours .. The Orleans Transfer/Disposal station will be CLOSED on Wednesdays and ARCHIVES Thursdays. The hours of operation on other days will remain 7:30am to .. 3:30pm. .. Search Site: Visit Snow Library's New Site I Snow Libary has a new site with easier navigation to reservations and . information. The site can be accessed thr.ough the department section of the ~ Town site or by going to www.snowlibrary.org. - 2003 Property Assessments - Searchable Database ... Last Updated: FY2002 values as committed to the tax collector. THE FY2003 TAX RATE IS March 24, 2003 $5.12. The database uses the owner of record for FY2003, which is not ... necessarily the current owner. Contact the ... Webmaster ... Town of Orleans http://www.town.orleans.ma.us f~ HOME. DEPARTMENTS. COMMITTEES. MEETINGS. MINUTES. ( 11' ~., . INFORMATION. ABOUT ORLEANS. ARCHIVES '~IIl~:~' .. ... .- ... .. 3 - .. - - - - - IN MEMORIAM-2002 - - BETTY I. COCHRAN Board of Health - 1985-1995 .. ELIZABETH 'KATE' DAVIS - Snow Library Trustee 1988 Planning Board 1994 - Historical Commission 2000 Kids Vote 2000-2002 - Police Chief Screening Committee 2002 - MARILYN K. FULCHER .. Registrar of Voters 1974-1989 .. BRIAN GIBBONS .. Shellfish and Waterways - ImprovementAdvisory Committee 1995-2001 - VIRGINIA GOLDMAN - Arts & Humanity Council 1981-1989 - .. ROBERT B. LARRIMORE Planning Board 1976-1978 - Veterans Grave Officer 1997-2002 .. BARBARA V. McCOY - Board of Assessors 1991-1997 - DIANE SILLCOCKS - Historic District Study Committee 1995-1996 - - - - 4 - - .. - - INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ORLEANS - ... Population Statistics: - Current population - . 1 7 years of age and over 6729 .. . o to 17 years 724 . Summer population 22,000 .. .. Voter Statistics: - Total reqistered voters 5361 .- . Democrats 1029 ... . Republicans 1568 . Unenrolled 2737 ... . All others 27 ... . Town Meeting Quorum 5% of Registered Voters 274 ... - Annual Town Meeting: Monday before the 2nd Tuesday in May - Annual Town Election: Second Tuesday after the Town Meeting in May - Land and Road Statistics: ... · Total land area Approximately 13.94 square miles .. · Miles of State roads 11 miles · Miles of Town-maintained roads 53 miles .. .. Tax and Assessment Statistics: FY02 FY03 .. · Tax rate (commercial & residential) 5.36 5.12 · Total assessed valuations 2,335,951,29 2,512,449,131 .- · Residential property assessments 2,135,453,615 2,294,011,496 .- · Open space assessments 0 0 · Commercial property assessments 158,772,215 174,331,805 - · Industrial property assessments 8,011,000 10,053,700 · Personal property assessments 33,714,46 34,052,130 .. · Exempt property assessments 239,469,900 266,695,600 .. - 5 ... ... - - ELECTED STATE OFFICIALS - SENATORS IN CONGRESS - - Edward Kennedy 2400 John F. Kennedy Federal Building - Boston, MA 02203 (617) 565-3170 - - John Kerry One Bowdoin Square - 10th Floor - Boston, MA 02114 617-727-3600 - 617-248-3870 (fax) - REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS (Tenth District) - William Delahunt - 146 Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601 - (508) 771-0666 - GOVERNOR .. Mitt Romney - State House - Room 360 Boston, MA 02133 - (617) 727-3600 - (617) 784-3600 (fax) - SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT Cape & Islands District - - Robert O'Leary State House - Room 413E - Boston, MA 02133 (508) 775-0162 - REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT - Fourth Barnstable District - Shirley Gomes .- State House - Room 548 Boston, MA 02133-1054 - (617) 722-2803 (617) 722-2590 (fax) - - Commonwealth of Massachusetts Web site - www.mass.Qov 6 - - - - TOWN OFFICERS 2002 TERM EXPIRES MAY TERM EXPIRES MAY - ELECTIVE - Moderator Trustees of Snow Library (7) Duane Landreth 2003 Jim Botsford, Chair 2004 - Christopher Wells 2004 Board of Selectmen (5) Skip Rozin (reelected 05/02) 2005 - John P. Hinckley, Jr., Chair 2005 Felicia Holden 2003 - Erica Parra 2003 Penny Noll 2003 Kendall Farrar 2005 Ann Shafnacker 2003 - Richard W. Philbrick 2004 Barbara Eldridge (reelected 05/02) 2005 David Lai 2004 - Nauset Regional School Committee (3) Park Commissioners (5) Greg O'Brien, Chair 2004 .... Kendall Farrar, Chair 2005 Margie Fulcher, Orleans Representative 2003 - John P. Hinckley, Jr. 2005 Paul O'Connor, Orleans Representative Erica Parra 2003 (appointed 05/02) 2003 - Richard W. Philbrick 2004 Jim Chudomel, Wellfleet Representative 2004 David Lai 2004 Mort Inger, Wellfleet Representative 2003 - Eric Rasmussen, Brewster Representative 2004 Barnstable Assembly of Delegates (1) Cici Schoenberger, Eastham Representative 2004 - John Hodgkinson (appointed 01/02) 2002 Dawn Skiba, Eastham Representative 2003 Rick Wood, Brewster Representative 2003 - Board of Health (5) Marie Enochty, Brewster Representative .. Gail Rainey, Chair 2003 (elected 05/02) 2005 Stephen Kenney 2003 Truman Henson, Orleans Representative .... Robert Wineman (appointed 08/02) 2003 (reelected 05/02) 2005 Augusta McKusick 2004 Stephen Kenney, Orleans Representative, - Jan Schneider (elected 05/02) 2005 (resigned 04/02) Carol Wilcoxson (resigned 07/02) Jamie Martin, Student Representative .. Lois Ames, Secretary Michael Gradone, Superintendent of Schools .. Linda Medeiros, Assistant Superintendent Constables (2) BJ Newmier, Secretary to Superintendent - John Fitzpatrick 2004 & School Committee Susan Hyland, Business Manager .... Elementary School Committee (5) Tom Conrad, High School Principal Pamela Jordan, Chair (reappt. 05/02) 2005 Greg Baecker, Middle School Principal .... Robert Jones 2003 Jan Bone (reelected 05/02) - 2005 Old King's Highway Historic District Committee Mary Lyttle 2004 Charles Williams, Chair 2003 - Joe Binowski Paul Leach 2004 Kenneth Coleman 2004 - Housing Authority (5) Soren Spatzeck-Olsen 2003 Jane Hinckley, Chair/State Appointee 2007 Dorofei Klimshuk (resigned 12/02) - Tim Buhler, Ex-officio 2005 James Birdsall (reelected 05/02) 2007 - Mark Boardman 2006 Jacqueline Philbrick 2003 - Judith Whitney (resigned 05/02) .. Todd Holand (resigned 11/02) 7 .. - - - APPOINTED BOARDS, COMMISSIONS and COMMITTEES - TERM EXPIRES JUNE TERM EXPIRES JUNE - ADA Coordinator for Self-Evaluation Madeline Short (appointed 06/02) 2005 - Elizabeth Smith, COA Executive Director Peter Coneen (reappointed 06/02) 2005 - Dorofei K1imshuk (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Architectural Review Committee Sarah Bartholomew, Secretary - (5 members & 2 associate) Chauncey Williams, Chair Cable TV and Telecommunications - (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Advisory Committee (5) Arend Vos, Associate Ken Seiger, Chair 2004 - (reappointed 12/02) 2005 Christopher Galazzi (appointed 07/02) 2005 - Katherine Bashaw, Associate 2004 Harold Rusch 2003 Suzanne Besciak 2003 John Hodgkinson (reappointed 06/02) 2005 - Cassandra Carroll (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Frank Eaton 2004 Trevor Kurz (appointed 11/02) 2003 Scott Rogers (resigned 09/02) - Rosalie Nadeau (resigned 05/02) George Wasserman (resigned 08/02) - Nathaniel Pulling (resigned 09/02) Charles Cohen (resigned 06/02) GiI Bamford, Associate - (appointed 12/02) 2004 Cape Cod Joint Transportation Committee (1) Kelly Lasko, Secretary Robert Bersin 2004 - Barnstable County HOME Consortium - Orleans Cape Cod Commission (1) - Representative Frank Hogan (appointed 04/02) 2005 Winifred Fitzgerald 2003 - Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority (1) - Bikeways Committee (7) John F. Kelly, Town Administrator John Fallender, Chair 2004 - Evelyn Tighe 2004 Cape Cod Regional Technical Patricia Heyer 2003 High School District - Donald DePiero 2003 Elizabeth Henson (appointed 06/02) 2005 Sally Dewing 2004 Stefan Galazzi (resigned 06/02) - Lawrence Smith (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Maury Webb (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Cape Light Compact - Douglas Pluciennik (resigned 06/02) Richard Philbrick - Board of Assessors (3) Citizens Advisory Committee - David Tately, Chair 2004 (established 09/02) Cynthia Eagar 2003 Marcia Galazzi, Chair 2003 - Timothy Brady (appointed 06/02) 2005 William Amaru 2003 David Lyttle (resigned 05/02) James Bast 2004 - Mary McDermott (resigned 06/02) Michael Cuoco 2003 - Peter Deeks 2005 Building Code Board of Appeals (5) Elaine Downs 2005 - Andrew Miao, Chair 2003 Carolyn Dranganis 2004 Nathaniel Pulling 2004 Cynthia Fitton 2005 - Donald Doddridge 2003 Eileen Godin 2004 Thomas Wingard, Asst. Building Inspector John Hodgkinson 2005 - (appointed 06/02), ex-officio 2005 Stan Holt 2003 - 8 - ... - TERM EXPIRES JUNE TERM EXPIRES JUNE - Thomas W. Joy 2003 Cultural Council (up to 22) - Jeffrey Karlson 2003 Charles Crozier, Chair 2004 .. Linda Knowlton 2005 Susan Brady 2003 Jill Minster 2003 Robert Brown 2003 .. Paul O'Connor 2004 Melora North 2004 Ken Scott 2005 Leonard Sparrow 2003 - Katherine Udall 2005 Joanna Keeley (reappointed 12/02) 2005 Robert Wineman 2005 Barbara Uhl (reappointed 10/02) 2005 - Andree Yager 2003 Gail Hoffman 2004 .- Carol Thorbahn (resigned 06/02) Commission on Disabilities (9) - Brooks S. Thayer, Chair 2003 Economic Development Council (7) Roseanne Ferullo 2003 (disbanded 2002) - Bonny Burk-Friedman 2003 Duane Landreth, Chair Elizabeth Smith (ex officio) 2002 Mefford Runyon - Madeline Short (appointed 06/02) 2002 W. Curtis Collyer - Thomas Wingard (ex officio) 2005 Jeffrey Karlson Anne Kelleher 2004 Todd Thayer - Stanley Suchodolski (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Kenneth Alman Christopher Wells - Conservation Commission John F. Kelly, Town Administrator, ex-officio (7 members and 3 associates) - William Parish, Chair 2003 Emergency Planning Committee Robert Ward (reappointed 07/02) 2005 - Robert Canning, Health Agent Arnold Henson 2003 Robert Bersin, Highway Manager Stephen Paradise, Associate 2003 - Dawson Farber, Harbormaster/Shellfish Constable James Snedecor 2003 Jennifer Wood, Conservation Administrator - Donald Tomlin 2004 Peter Hirst (reappointed 07/02) 2005 Fence Viewer - Bill Stowell (reappointed 07/02) 2004 Dorofei Klimshuk (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Judith Bruce, Associate (appointed 07/02) 2004 ... Patricia Crow, Associate (appointed 07/02) 2004 Finance Committee (9) Adrienne Pfluger (resigned 06/02) Robert Burgess, Chair 2003 .- Andree Yager (resigned 06/02) Charles Ashby (appointed 07/02) 2005 Penny Noll, Secretary (resigned 09/02) Harry Mirick (appointed 07/02) 2004 - Leslie Derrick, Secretary (appointed 09/02) Victor Noerdlinger, Jr. (appointed 07/02) 2005 .- Carl Hevert 2004 Council on Aging (7) Melissa Burling 2003 - Joseph DiBrigida, Chair 2004 Sarah Corcoran 2003 Madeline Short (appointed 06/02) 2005 Alfred Turner, IV (appointed 07/02) 2005 .. Cynthia Eagar 2003 Daniel B. Ford, III 2004 Anne Reynolds 2003 Howard J. Mead (resigned 06/02) ... Jane Greene (appointed 08/02) 2005 Thomas Finan (resigned 06/02) Philip Halkenhauser 2004 Robert Jamison (resigned 06/02) - John Fletcher 2004 Paul W. O'Connor (resigned 05/02) .. Patricia Mathison (resigned 05/02) Karen Etsell (resigned 05/02) - Elizabeth Smith, COA Executive Director, ex-officio 9 .. ... - - - TERM EXPIRES JUNE TERM EXPIRES JUNE .... Fourth of July Committee (7) Marine & Fresh Water Quality Task Force (7) Lee Sullivan, Chair 2004 Donald Powers, Chair (reappointed 07/02) 2005 - James Murphy 2004 Beatrice Auty 2004 - William Lane 2004 Harold Rusch (appointed 06/02) 2005 Susan Christie 2004 Judith Scanlon 2003 - Robert Ward 2004 Kenneth Scott 2003 Howard Kucks 2004 Robert Royce (reappointed 07/02) 2005 - Kathleen Mead 2004 Margaret Wineman (resigned 06/02) 2002 Ann Warren 2004 - Historical Commission (7) - Charles H. Thomsen, Chair 2004 Municipal Properties/School Road Study Roderick McColl 2004 Committee (9) (established 04/02) - Dennis Dowd 2003 Thomas W. Joy, Chair William Quinn, Sr. 2003 Paul Ammann - Elizabeth Davis 2002 Charles Ashby Mary Wilcox 2002 J.~ewartBroatch - Bonnie Snow 2004 Mark Carron - James Hadley (appointed 06/02) 2005 Gary Clinton Dennis Dowd - Housing Task Force (7) Mac Kirkwood Bruce Pelton, Chair 2003 Michael Smith - David Willard 2003 James Trainor Martha Gibbs{reappointed 09/02) 2005 Kendall Farrar, Selectmen Uaison - Pamela Herrick (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Paul Fulcher, Parks Superintendent, ex-officio - Nina Mellor 2004 John Kelly, Town Administrator, ex-officio Winifred Fitzgerald 2004 Open Space / Land Bank Committee (9) - Judith Whitney (resigned 05/02) Allen Gibbs, Chair 2004 - Seth Wilkinson (appointed 10/02) 2004 Invasive Species Committee (7) Barry Lupton 2003 - (established 06/02) Mefford Runyon 2003 Anne Donaldson, Co-Chair 2003 David Shactman 2003 - Vincent Ollivier, Co-Chair 2003 Steven Montoya (reappointed 06/02) Keith Brunell 2003 2005 - Darwin Cornell 2003 Philip Scola (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Karen O'Connor 2003 Robert Ward (reappointed 06/02) 2005 - Ann Hodgkinson 2004 Seth Wilkinson 2003 Beth Minear (resigned 09/02) - Julie Winslow 2003 Darwin Cornell 2003 Personnel Advisory Board (5) - Norris Shook, Chair (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Karen O'Connor 2003 Patricia Heyer 2003 - Seth Wilkinson 2003 ~ephen Paradise 2003 Julie Winslow 2003 E. John Wherry, Jr. 2004 - Unde Macleod (reappointed 06/02) 2005 - Keeper of the Town Pump (1) Leonard Sparrow 2003 - - 10 - - - TERM EXPIRES JUNE TERM EXPIRES JUNE .. Planning Board (5 members & 2 associates) Whit Scott 2003 .. AI Conklin, Chair (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Julie Winslow 2003 .. Mark Zivan 2003 Gerry Dorman (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Karen Etsell, Associate 2003 James Harrington (reappointed 06/02) 2005 .. William Wilcoxson 2003 Robert Metcalfe (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Sims McGrath, Jr. 2004 Jay Harrington 2004 - Nathaniel Pulling 2004 Kenneth McKusick, Assoc. (appt. 12/02) 2004 Site Plan Review Committee (7) - Charles Stanley Hart (resigned 11/02) George Meservey, Director of Planning & - Community Development, Chair Pleasant Bay Resource Management Alliance Jennifer Wood, Conservation Administrator ... George Meservey, Director of Planning and Steven Edwards, Fire Chief Community Development Robert Bersin, Highway Manager - Dawson L. Farber IV, Harbormaster/ Brian Harrison, Building Inspector Shellfish Constable Charles Medchill, Water Superintendent - Robert Canning, Health Agent Robert Canning, Health Agent - Jennifer Wood, Conservation Administrator Solid Waste and Recycling Advisory Committee - Police Chief Screening Committee (5) (5)(disbanded 2002) (established 06/02) Burton M. Golov, Chair 2002 - Margie Fulcher, Chair J. Stewart Broatch 2003 Robert Wilkinson Rigmor Plesner 2003 - Kate Davis Jean Gardiner 2004 E. John Wherry, Jr. Augusta McKusick ... 2004 Mark Norgeot ... Town Hall Building Committee (9) Recreation Committee (7) (disbanded 2002) - Beverly Fuller, Chair 2003 William Stokes, Chair 2002 John Stenner 2003 Robert Anslow 2003 - Carolyn Witt 2004 James Trainor 2003 William Hirst 2004 Mark Carron 2002 .. George Wasserman (appointed 09/02) 2005 Brooks Thayer 2002 ... Dawn Fancy (appointed 07/02) 2005 J.Stewart Broatch 2004 Robert Wooster (resigned 06/02) Maclean Kirkwood 2004 .- Kathleen Tringale (resigned 05/02) John Kelly, Town Administrator, ex-officio ... Sarah Brown Scholarship Committee Traffic Study Committee (3) James Scanlon William R. Stone, Police Chief, Chair .. Nick Muto (retired 07/02) John Kelly, Town Administrator Lt. Kenneth Greene, Acting Police Chief - (appointed 07/02) - Shellfish and Waterways Improvement Advisory Steven Edwards, Fire Chief Committee (9) Robert Bersin, Highway Manager - Alan Chase, Chair 2004 Donald Baker 2004 Veterans' Graves Officer ... Edward M. Leonard (appointed 04/02) 2003 Robert Larrimore Peter Ho 2003 - 11 .. - - - - TERM EXPIRES JUNE DEPARTMENTS AND SPECIAL PERSONNEL - Wastewater Management Plan Steering Accounting/Finance Committee (5) David Withrow, Director of Municipal - Financerrown Accountant Augusta McKusick (Board of Health) 2003 - Carl Hevert, ex-officio (Finance Comm.) 2003 Rechella Butilier, Assistant Town Accountant Judith Bruce (Conservation Comm.) 2003 Greta Avery, Principal Account Clerk - Donald Tomlin (Conservation Comm.) 2003 Peter Van Dyck, MIS Coordinator John P. Hinckley, Jr. (Board of Selectmen) 2003 - Robert Rich (Board of Water Comm.) 2003 Animal Control Officer William Wilcoxson (Planning Board) 2003 Lynda J. Brogden, Animal Rescue League - Police Officer Duane C. Boucher - Board of Water Commissioners (5) Charles Groezinger, Chair 2003 Animal Inspector - E. John Wherry, Jr. (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Robert Canning, Health Agent Kenneth McKusick 2005 - Ann Hodgkinson 2004 Assessing Robert Rich 2004 Kenneth Hull, Assessor/Appraiser - Jacqueline Reycroft, Business Manager - Zoning Board of Appeals Dorothy R. Herold, Principal Clerk (retired 08/02) (5 members & 3 associates) Eleanor Marinaccio, Principal Clerk - Mark Boardman, Chair 2004 E. John Wherry, Jr., Associate 2003 Building - Peter Hunter (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Brian Harrison, Building Commissioner George Waugh (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Thomas Wingard, Assistant Building Inspector - Ann Shafnacker 2004 Roland Bassett, Jr., Wiring Inspector Brooks Barker 2003 Jeffrey Spiegel, Alternate Wiring Inspector - Allen Kolchinsky, Associate 2004 Scott Van Ryswood, Plumbing & Gas Inspector - William B. Piersol, Associate Larry Baker, Alternate Plumbing & Gas Inspector (appointed 05/02) 2004 Kelly Lasko, Principal Clerk - Pamela Kenney, Secretary Burial Agent - Zoning Bylaw Task Force (7) David C. Hunt - George Meservey, Director of Planning & Community Development, Chair Cable TV - John Murphy 2003 Gary Lamb, Video Technician Alan Conklin 2004 - George Waugh (reappointed 06/02) 2005 Civil Defense Mark Zivan 2004 Steven Edwards, Fire Chief - Brian Harrison, Building Commissioner, ex-officio Town Clerk - Anne Lennon, Town Clerk - Amy Summers, Assistant Town Clerk - Conservation Jennifer Wood, Conservation Administrator - Penny Noll, Secretary (resigned 09/02) Leslie Derrick (appointed 09/02) - - 12 - .... - Council on Aging Fire Department/Rescue Squad Elizabeth Smith, Executive Director Permanent Full. Time Firefighters - Cynthia May, Office Manager Steven P. Edwards, Fire Chief - EMT Sue Curcio, The Day Center Program Director Richard J. Harris, Deputy Chief - Paramedic .... Joseph Manson, The Day Center Men's Kenneth N. Mayo, Deputy Chief - EMT .. Program Director (retired 10/03/02) Louise Peters, The Day Center Program Assistant Clayton B. Reynard, Captain - EMT - Mary Schenke, The Day Center Program Assistant William P. Quinn, Captain/Fire Inspector - EMT Joyce O'Neil, The Day Center Program Assistant Anthony L. Pike, Captain - Paramedic .... Sue Beyle, Outreach Worker Peter A. Vogt, Captain - Paramedic .... Andrea McGee, Outreach Worker William R. Reynolds, Captain - EMT Madeline Short, Senior Aide at Front Desk Matthew Andre, Firefighter - Paramedic .... (resigned 05/02) Gregory C. Baker, Firefighter - Paramedic Robert Bishop, Van Driver Craig H. Bodamer, Firefighter - Paramedic .... Joseph O'Neil, Van Driver Chester Burge III, Firefighter - EMT Michael Acuna, Custodian George E. Deering IV, Firefighter - Paramedic - Scott Wood, Substitute Custodian Robert E. Felt, Sr., Firefighter - Paramedic MichaelA. Gould, Firefighter-EMT - Election Workers (D) Mary Walker, Warden Timothy M. Gula, Firefighter - Paramedic .. (R)Joan Reed, Assistant Warden (appointed 07/02) (D) Esther Beilby Dana J. Medeiros, Firefighter - Paramedic - {R)Gloria Edwards Wayne E. Robillard, Firefighter - Paramedic Steven C. Thomas, Firefighter - Paramedic .... (R)Paul Edwards {U)Patricia Estabrook Leslie M. Vasconcellos, Firefighter - Paramedic .. {U)Winifred Feightner Fire Clerk {U)Elinor Felt - (D) Elizabeth Floyd Deborah Abbott, Billing Clerk {U)Jean Gardiner Maureen Kammerer, Secretary .... (U)Judith Gardiner Call Firefighters - {U)Martha Gibbs (U)Judith Gilchrist Ronald A. Deschamps, Lieutenant - (R)Steven Hertz Minot S. Reynolds, Lieutenant (R)Carolyn Hibbert Ira Freidman - Firefighter .. (U)Mary Hidden Mark. S. Lang, Firefighter - EMT (U)Marie Howard Jeffrey O'Donnell, Firefighter - EMT .... (R)Anne Howell Emilie Outslay, Firefighter - EMT (U)Jane Klimshuk Lowell Outslay, Firefighter - (U)Jacqueline Knox L. Michael Pires - Firefighter - EMT (appointed 09/02) .... (R)Nancy McMorrow (D)Gloria Mellin Anthony J. Quirk, Firefighter/Mechanic - (U)Barbara Miller James M. Reynolds, Firefighter (D) Beverly Muto Robert H. Reynolds, Firefighter - (D) Nick Muto Ronnie A. Reynolds, Firefighter (R) Marie Pearl Timothy J. Reynolds, Firefighter - (R)Harold Rusch Brooks S. Thayer, Firefighter - EMT (U)Joan Spieker Ryan VanBuskirk, Firefighter - (R)Joan Taylor Paul Moore, Firefighter (resigned 09/02) Allen R. Nickerson, Firefighter (resigned 09/02) .... (U)Olive Westa (U) Elizabeth Whipple James Ostrander, Firefighter (resigned 09/02) - (U)Virginia Wiley 13 - - - - Micki Quinn, Firefighter (leave of absence 07/02) Jane Borrelli, Library Assistant - Nathaniel Reese, Paramedic Lynne Campbell, Library Assistant (resigned 12/02) (leave of absence 04/02) Vicki Fulcher, Library Assistant (appointed 06/02) - Linda Gordon, Library Assistant Harbormaster/Shellfish Melody Gulow, Substitute Library Assistant - Dawson Farber IV, Harbormaster/Shellfish Susan Kelley, Staff Librarian - Youth Services - Constable Jeri Shuman, Library Assistant Gardner Jamieson, Assistant Harbormaster/ Elizabeth Steele-Jeffers, Staff Librarian - Reference - Shellfish Constable Judith Wilson, Administrative Assistant Andrew Young, Assistant Harbormaster/ James Stanfield, Custodian (resigned 06/02) - Shellfish Constable Rick Rickman, Custodian (appointed 06/02) - Health Department Parks and Beaches - RobertJ. Canning, Health Agent PaulO. Fulcher, Superintendent Patricia J. Ballo, Assistant Health Agent Dorothy L. Palin, Office Manager - Lois R. Ames, Principal Clerk Cheryl J. Esty, Foreman Leslie A. Derrick, Principal Clerk (resigned 09/02) Eric W. Hilferty, Senior Maintenance - Cara T. Foley, Principal Clerk (appointed 10/02) Matthew Higgins, Maintenance Ian P. Crowell, Maintenance - Herring Run Lawrence Barlow, Maintenance - Scott Johnson David Crahan, Shared Laborer (resigned 07/02) Lee Miller, Beach Director - Highwayffransfer Station Candee Roberts, Shared Laborer Highway (appointed 09/02) - Robert Bersin, Highway/Disposal Manager Jeff Colby, Assistant Highway Manager Planning Department - (resigned 11/02) George D. Meservey, Director of Planning - James Higgins, Foreman & Community Development Clint Newcomb, Senior Maintenance Ronald Wolanski, Assistant Planner (resigned 03/02) - (resigned 02/02) AI Brodeur, Assistant Planner (appointed 10/02) Stephen Burgess, Senior Maintenance/Operator Karen Sharpless, Principal Clerk - AlanArtwick, Mechanic R. Glenn Bowen, Laborer & Custodian Police - Frank Poranski, Maintenance William R. Stone, Chief of Police (retired 07/02) Joe Kovac, Sr. Maintenance Kenneth A. Greene, LieutenanVActing Police Chief - Daniel Kot, Maintenance (appointed 07/02) - Robert Gennaro, Sr. Maintenance (appointed 08/02) limm W. Gould, Sergeant Jean Morceau, Principal Clerk James M. Gage, Jr., Sergeant - Kevin H. Wells, Sergeant Transfer Station James P. Rosato, Sergeant .. Matthew Muir, Foreman Glenn P. Wilcox, Patrolman Rick McKean, Sr. Maintenance/MechanicAssistant David R. Hagstrom, Patrolman/Detective .. John Dubie, Maintenance Melissa E. Novotny, Patrol Officer Karl Clark, Gatekeeper (resigned 06/02) Ernest E. Butilier, Patrolman - Candee Roberts, Shared Laborer (appointed 09/02) Kevin L. Higgins, Patrolman - Howard M. Pavlofsky, Patrolman Library Matthew P. Watts, Patrolman - Mary S. Reuland, Director Duane C. Boucher, Patrolman Tavi Prugno, Assistant Director Kerry A. O'Connell, Patrol Officer - Cheryl Bergeron, Staff Librarian - Reference Scott W. MacDonald, Patrolman - 14 - .. .. Sean D. Diamond, Patrolman Selectmen!Town Administrator's Staff Christopher Smith, Patrolman (resigned 01/02) Jennifer Sheehan, Assistant Town Administrator - Andrew Jacobson, Patrolman (resigned 02/02) Anne Fusco LeMaitre, Office Manager William Norton, Patrolman Maryanne Peters, Administrative Secretary - Scott Lundegren, Patrolman to Town Administrator - Michael Lotti, Patrolman (appt. 07/02) Eleanor (Penny) Miller, Principal Secretary Anthony Manfredi, Partrolman (appt. 06/02) (resigned 03/02) .. Thomas D. Avellar, Reserve Officer Douglas Bohannon, Reserve Officer Town Administrator - Douglas Davis, Reserve Officer John F. Kelly .. Cheryl Esty, Reserve Officer PaulO. Fulcher, Reserve Officer Town Counsel, Esq. .. Richard Smith, Reserve Officer Michael D. Ford Richard N. Gould, Special Officer - John C. Fitzpatrick, Reserve Officer Treasurer/Collector Richard N. Smith, Reserve Officer Christine Lorge, Treasurer/Collector .. William Heyd, Reserve Officer Thomas Harper, Assistant Treasurer/Collector - Scott E. Johnson, Reserve Officer Mary Sedgwick, Principal Account Clerk Andrew Young, Special Officer Samantha Greenbaum, Principal Account Clerk - Robert E. Livingston, Special Officer Nathaniel Pulling, Special Officer Tree Warden .. Dawson Farber IV, Special Officer Daniel Connolly, Tree Warden Gardner Jamieson, Special Officer Candee Roberts, Shared Laborer - John Dooley, Public Safety Dispatcher (appointed 09/02) - Joanne Henderson, Public Safety Dispatcher Robert Reynolds, Public Safety Dispatcher Water Department .... David Belcher, Public Safety Dispatcher Charles Medchill, Superintendent Joan E. Chilson, Payroll/Matron Susan Neese-Brown, Business Manager .. Anne M. Reynolds, Administrative Secretary/Matron Charles Savage, Foreman (retired 11/02) Sarah P. Pearl, Matron Todd Bunzick, Foreman (appointed 12/02) .. Joan M. Barrett, Matron (appt. 01/02) James Darling, Meter Man/Tester Robert Leite, Custodian - Rodney Fulcher, Station Operator Richard Knowles, Meter Man/Operator - Recreation Department Daniel Hayes, Meter Man Brendan Guttmann, Director Jacqueline Peterson, Principal Clerk - James Mullen, Activity Director (resigned 06/02) .. Registrar of Voters June Fletcher, Chairman (appt. 07/02) .. Jean Rusch, Registrar (appt. 07/02) - Edward Kleban, Registrar (appt. 07/02) Anne R. Lennon, ex-officio - Barbara Gardner, Chairman (resigned 06/02) Ann E. Fettig, Registrar (resigned 06/02) .. Beatrice Viau, Assistant Registrar (resigned 06/02) - Sealer of Weights and Measures Town of Barnstable - .. 15 .. .. - - Board of Selectmen and Town Administrator ... In 2002, the Board of Selectmen, the Town Administrator, . A new ten-year cable television franchise ... and the staff at all levels continued to develop a more agreement was negotiated and signed with AT&T seamless management approach to Town government. Broadband that will bring digital programming and - This concentration included the continuation of the high speed internet access to our residents Selectmen's "open door" policy, to the greatest extent beginning in 2003. ... possible, at their public meetings. . An Affordable Housing Workshop was held and revealed recommendations for future planning. - 2002 was impacted by a continuing economic slide which . A new pavement management program was showed little or no sign of reversal. Belt tightening at all implemented for use on all town roads. - levels of government required serious scrutiny of budgets . Construction of the Orleans Bicycle Bridge is to successfully maintain programs and services. currently proceeding to project completion. - Adjustments and consolidation of some services, . Reconstruction of the Old Colony Way and the reduction of some personnel, by attrition, when possible, Main Street intersection improvement project will - resulted in a slight reduction in the tax rate. Unfortunately, greatly enhance safety in this area of town. this was offset by increases in real estate value due to . The Municipal Properties/School Road Study ... sustained growth in the local real estate market. Overall, Committee was appointed to study the potential the 2002 budget was increased by 3.6% to $19,1447.92. reuses of the current Town Hall property and the ... Orleans continued to implement key Town Meeting recently acquired former American Legion actions into the Operating Budget and the Capital property. The report and recommendations of - Improvement Plan, integrating additional goals and the Committee are due in March 2003. objectives of the Local Comprehensive Plan. Some capital . The Police Chief Screening Committee was - projects were delayed or postponed in order to reduce convened, culminating in the appointment by the the 2002 budget. Board of Selectmen of Captain Jeffrey Roy of the - Amherst Police Department to the position of Several bylaws were instituted or modified to improve key Chief of Police of Orleans. problem areas or strengthen enforcement. Among them . The appointment of a twenty- to thirty-member - were: Citizens Advisory Committee was initiated to . Street access into town road layouts and assist the Wastewater Management Steering - pavement disruption regulations; Committee in providing a link between the . Personal watercraft fines; citizens of the town and special interest groups - . Mooring permit fees. in all matters relating to the development of a wastewater management plan for the town. ... At the October 2002 Special Town Meeting, the Town: . An Invasive Species Committee was appointed . Funded an Iron and Manganese Treatment Plant to begin to gather and convey information on the - at a cost of $6,059,000. A contract has been presence, distribution, ecological impacts, and awarded and the project is scheduled to be management of invasive plant species. - completed within eighteen months. . The Nauset Regional School DistrictAgreement In spite of serious downside economic pressure, the Town - was amended and membership of the Committee was able to continue to provide well-managed and was changed to reflect the census. Orleans will comprehensive services to its citizens and its visitors. - now have three members with voting strength of This was accomplished through the continuing 0.8 votes each for a total of 2.4 votes. professionalism and diligence of town managers and staff. - . A Mutual Aid Law Enforcement Intermunicipal Agreement was authorized with the Cape Cod The Selectmen and Town Administrator wish to thank the - Regional Law Enforcement Council, which will many citizens who have provided significant volunteer allow mutual aid in the event of terrorist or enemy service to the Town's management. Without them, - action, natural disaster, or any other unusual Orleans could not have fared nearly as well. occurrence. - Respectfully submitted, A number of special initiatives were accomplished in 2002, John P. Hinckley, Jr., Chairman - including: Board of Selectmen . During 2002, a new five-year contract was awarded for the Nauset Beach Concession Stand John F. Kelly - with a minimum annual payment to the Town of Town Administrator $73,000.00. - ... 16 ... - - LICENSES AND PERMITS ISSUED BY BOARD OF SELECTMEN Calendar Year 2002 - - CATEGORY/TYPE HISSUED CATEGORY/TYPE # ISSUED - - ANNUAL INNHOLDER TRANSIENT VENDORS All Alcoholic 2 Annual 8 .. Wine & Malt 0 AUTO DEALERS ... ANNUAL RESTAURANT Class I 3 .- All Alcoholic 16 Class II 9 Wine & Malt 3 .. AUCTIONEER SEASONAL RESTAURANT Annual 0 - All Alcoholic 5 Non-Resident/One Day 0 Wine & Malt 2 - LODGING HOUSE/INNHOLDERS - CLUB Annual 9 All Alcoholic 1 - Wine & Malt 0 ENTERTAINMENT Weekday 13 - PACKAGE GOOD STORES Sunday 9 - All Alcoholic 4 Temporary Weekday Wine & Malt 5 Non-Profit Organ izations 1 - Sunday Opening for Holidays 8 GENERAL LICENSES ... ONE DAY WINE & MALT LICENSE Christmas Tree Sales 3 For Non-Profit Organizations 8 - COIN OPERATED DEVICES - COMMON VICTUALLER Games/Amusements 29 Annual 53 Billiard Tables 2 ... 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GARY LAMB 2,246.96 2,246.96 - FINANCEIACCOUNT ANT Reg.lOther Longev. DAVID A. WITHROW 77,181.36 2,250.00 79,431.36 - GRETAL. AVERY 19,433.21 19,433.21 RECHELLA BUTILlER 44,813.41 1,127.00 45,940.41 - M.I.S. Reg.lOther Longev. ... PETER VAN DYCK 57,103.77 57,103.77 - ASSESSING Reg.lOther Longev. ... KENNETH J. HULL 62,255.44 750.00 63,005.44 ... DOROTHY R. HEROLD 23,902.80 1,094.52 24,997.32 ELEANOR J. MARINACCIO 10,841.19 10,841.19 MICAH ORR 10,584.00 10,584.00 - JACQUELINE S. REYCROFT 37,395.20 900.00 38,295.20 - TOWN TREAS/COLLECTOR Reg.lOther Longev. - CHRISTINE H. LORGE 62,255.44 650.00 62,905.44 SAMANTHA GREENBAUM 20,635.88 20,635.88 ... THOMAS F. HARPER 26,988.50 338.00 27,326.50 HARRY KAMMERER 6,065.98 6,065.98 ... ROYSTON LOCKYER 5,695.65 5,695.65 MARY MURPHY-SEDGWICK 31,389.20 725.00 32,114.20 .. TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE Reg.lOther Longev. ... ANNE R. LENNON 46,185.58 1,397.00 47,582.58 .. AMY SUMMERS 28,001.20 28,001.20 - - .. - - 19 - - -~ - - - - REGISTRAR Reg.lOther ANN FETTIG 3,282.08 3,282.08 - JUNE FLETCHER 223.04 223.04 BARBARA GARDNER 3,195.88 3,195.88 - EDWARD KLEBAN 102.64 102.64 ANNE LENNON 400.00 400.00 - JEAN RUSCH 160.38 160.38 BEATRICE VIAU 78.19 78.19 - ELECTIONS Reg.lOther - ESTHER BEILBY 141.75 141.75 - GLORIA EDWARDS 47.25 47.25 PAUL EDWARDS 47.25 47.25 - PATRICIA ESTABROOK 131.63 131.63 WINIFRED FEIGHTNER 67.50 67.50 ELINOR FELT 101.25 101.25 - ELIZABETH FLOYD 131.63 131.63 JEAN GARDINER 131.63 131.63 - JUDITH GARDINER 138.38 138.38 MARTHA GIBBS 131.63 131.63 - JUDITH GILCHRIST 104.63 104.63 STEVEN HERTZ 40.50 40.50 MARY HIDDEN 138.38 138.38 - MARIE HOWARD 121.50 121.50 JANE KLlMSHUK 121.50 121.50 - JACQUELINE KNOX 50.63 50.63 NANCY MCMORROW 54.00 54.00 - GLORIA MELLIN 47.25 47.25 BEVERLY MUTO 91.13 91.13 NICK MUTO 91.13 91.13 - MARIE PEARL 101.25 101.25 JOAN REED 236.25 236.25 - HAROLD RUSCH 158.63 158.63 JEAN RUSCH 54.00 54.00 - JOAN SPIEKER 135.01 135.01 JOAN TAYLOR 84.38 84.38 MARY WALKER 363.75 363.75 - OLIVE WEST A 131.63 131.63 VIRGINIA WILEY 162.00 162.00 - CONSERVATION Reg.IOther Longev. - JENNIFER WOOD 46,597.45 46,597.45 LESLIE DERRICK 8,304.00 8,304.00 - PATRICIA NOLL 25,594.24 25,594.24 - PLANNING Reg.lOther Longev. GEORGE MESERVEY 65,765.52 65,765.52 - ALBERT BRODEUR 7,318.80 7,318.80 KAREN SHARPLESS 31,263.49 500.00 31,763.49 - RONALD WOLANSKI 12,724.53 12,724.53 - ZONING APPEALS Reg.IOther PAMELA KENNEY 4,645.26 4,645.26 - - - 20 - ... - - TREE WARDEN Reg./Other ... DANIEL CON NOLL Y 43,202.84 43,202.84 CANDEE ROBERTS 2,364.80 2,364.80 .. TOWN OFFICE BUILDING Reg.IOther OT Longev. - ARTHUR DEERY 294.98 294.98 CANDEE ROBERTS 13,976.34 158.02 600.00 14,734.36 ... DUDLEY YOUNG 5,493.81 5,493.81 ... POLICE DEPARTMENT Reg.IOther OT Longev. Career Shift Dif. Pro Dty (Quinn) ... WILLIAM STONE 61,708.76 1,065.41 11,933.36 74,707.53 THOMAS A VELLAR 1,150.50 1,150.50 IIIIIl JOAN BARRETT 390.00 0.00 390.00 DAVID BELCHER 28,563.20 2,188.62 500.00 31,251.82 - DOUGLAS BOHANNON 611.00 611.00 DUANE C. BOUCHER 45,506.81 6,625.23 975.00 4,367.25 1,000.00 15,011.04 73,485.33 - ERNEST E. BUTllIER 46,583.36 8,930.52 1,600.00 4,367.25 1,000.00 7,274.22 69,755.35 JOAN D. CHILSON 33,124.80 1,036.11 1,050.00 35,210.91 DOUGLAS R. DAVIS 9,867.00 528.00 10,395.00 .. SEAN DIAMOND 40,886.48 9,483.61 7,558.30 1,000.00 4,488.00 63,416.39 JOHN M. DOOLEY 32,879.04 282.96 900.00 500.00 34,562.00 - JACQUELINE DUARTE 4,640.00 132.00 4,772.00 JOHN FITZPATRICK 0.00 1,188.00 1,188.00 JAMES M. GAGE, JR. 49,424.69 4,183.62 1,600.00 1,000.00 655.28 56,863.59 - TIMM W. GOULD 51,249.29 11,473.23 2,850.00 12,028.07 1,000.00 78,600.59 KENNETH A. GREENE 80,610.73 3,750.00 6,684.87 1,190.40 92,236.00 ... DAVID R. HAGSTROM 49,170.48 2,693.07 1,600.00 4,604.70 1,000.00 1,412.00 60,480.25 JOANN HENDERSON 33,311.28 1,394.27 975.00 35,680.55 ... KEVIN l. HIGGINS 44,756.81 4,385.45 1,050.00 1,000.00 4,480.80 55,673.06 ANDREW JACOBSON 4,504.50 463.43 396.00 5,363.93 .. SCOTT JOHNSON 1,553.50 132.00 1,685.50 MICHAEL LOTTI 14,501.27 792.00 15,293.27 SCOTT LUNDEGREN 34,265.87 3,170.13 1,000.00 1,423.56 39,859.56 - SCOTT MACDONALD 40,519.92 10,157.36 1,050.05 1,000.00 11,354.49 64,081.82 JONATHAN MACDOUGALL 4,640.00 255.00 660.00 5,555.00 .. ANTHONY MANFREDI 18,834.99 1,291.72 1,000.00 2,508.00 23,634.71 MICHAEL MURPHY 4,640.00 225.00 524.00 5,389.00 WILLIAM NORTON 36,234.58 7,715.37 3,471.20 1,000.00 13,898.62 62,319.77 - MELISSA NOVOTNY 45,678.67 4,476.24 1,050.00 8,734.50 1,000.00 2,757.74 63,697.15 KERRY O'CONNELL 44,756.81 7,378.12 900.00 10,918.12 1,000.00 13,087.40 78,040.45 - HOWARD M. PAVLOFSKY 44,756.81 11,398.99 1,300.00 1,000.00 16,256.09 74,711.89 SARAH PEARL 180.00 180.00 ... BRETT RAND 4,320.00 232.50 660.00 5,212.50 ANNE M. REYNOLDS 33,124.80 3,587.88 678.00 37,390.68 ROBERT H. REYNOLDS 33,159.75 73.04 650.00 500.00 34,382.79 ... JAMES P. ROSATO 49,424.69 5,730.73 1,200.00 9,622.45 1,000.00 18,644.66 85,622.53 CHRISTOPHER SMITH 2,536.38 212.93 620.00 3,369.31 .- RICHARD SMITH 0.00 924.00 924.00 MATTHEW P. WATTS 44,756.81 7,091.94 1,300.00 10,918.12 1,000.00 14,130.02 79,196.89 - SARAH WEEKS 4,480.00 195.00 528.00 5,203.00 KEVIN H. WELLS 51,249.29 12,839.99 2,250.00 9,622.45 1,000.00 19,084.55 96,046.28 ERICA WENBERG-MCGRATH 2,940.00 660.00 3,600.00 ... GLENN P. WILCOX 46,168.24 3,456.86 2,250.00 10,918.12 1,000.00 9,232.40 73,025.62 ANDREW YOUNG 0.00 3,358.63 3,358.63 ... ... .. 21 .. - - - - POLICE/FIRE BUILDING Reg./Other - ROBERT A. LEITE 12,450.96 12,450.96 - FIRE/RESCUE DEPT. Reg./Other OT Longev. Career Paramed EMT - STEVEN P. EDWARDS 78,624.05 3,150.00 3,600.00 1,325.00 86,699.05 .. DEBORAH ABBOTT 13,159.71 13,159.71 MATTHEW S. ANDRE 36,479.20 19,330.19 450.00 2,542.00 1,104.20 59,905.59 - GREGORY BAKER 35,100.41 20,255.29 450.00 3,813.00 59,618.70 CRAIG H. BODAMER 48,381.72 4,148.16 1,200.00 3,600.00 1,906.50 59,236.38 CHESTER G. BURGE II 36,541.81 18,367.75 450.00 1,325.00 56,684.56 - GEORGE DEERING 34,281.07 24,952.00 1,800.00 3,813.00 64,846.07 RONALD H. DESCHAMPS 516.60 516.60 - ROBERT E. FELT 45,234.42 15,432.46 975.00 5,400.00 3,813.00 70,854.88 IRA D. FRIEDMAN 428.15 428.15 - MICHAEL A. GOULD 45,906.87 14,951.82 1,200.00 2,000.00 1,325.00 65,383.69 TIMOTHY GULA 16,457.94 2,613.96 450.00 1,906.50 21,428.40 RICHARD J. HARRIS 59,488.95 11,447.32 3,000.00 5,400.00 3,813.00 83,149.27 .. MAUREEN KAMMERER 12,618.52 12,618.52 KENNETH N. MAYO 70,354.51 3,063.70 4,083.29 1,325.00 78,826.50 .. DANA MEDEIROS 35,278.05 22,904.91 450.00 3,813.00 62,445.96 PAUL MOORE 11.65 11.65 - JEFFREY O'DONNELL 1,416.40 1,416.40 LOWELL OUTSLA Y 106.95 106.95 ANTHONY L. PIKE 50,327.81 31,830.40 1,050.00 3,600.00 3,813.00 90,621.21 - LAWRENCE PIRES 595.20 595.20 EVAMICHELE QUINN 23.30 23.30 - WILLIAM P. QUINN, JR. 50,366.43 27,894.74 2,550.00 3,600.00 1,325.00 85,736.17 ANTHONY J. QUIRK 15,525.12 15,525.12 - NA THANEAL C. REESE 37.95 37.95 CLAYTON B. REYNARD 49,361.85 4,767.00 3,150.00 5,400.00 1,325.00 64,003.85 JAMES M. REYNOLDS 70.95 70.95 - MINOT S. REYNOLDS 210.60 210.60 RONNIE REYNOLDS 34.95 34.95 - TIMOTHY J. REYNOLDS 235.80 235.80 WILLIAM R. REYNOLDS 46,977.69 10,765.90 1,200.00 1,000.00 1,325.00 61,268.59 WAYNE ROBILLARD 33,439.79 11,182.98 900.00 3,813.00 49,335.77 - BROOKS THAYER 2,350.00 2,350.00 STEVEN THOMAS 34,592.27 15,417.35 450.00 3,813.00 54,272.62 .. LESLIE VASCONCELLOS 37,247.00 10,067.76 450.00 3,813.00 51,577.76 PETER A. VOGT 49,561.64 10,450.78 1,500.00 3,600.00 3,813.00 68,925.42 .. .. BUILDING DEPARTMENT Reg./Other OT Long. BRIAN HARRISON 50,325.10 50,325.10 .. KELLY A. LASKO 33,124.80 1,305.68 650.00 35,080.48 THOMAS WINGARD 39,814.80 39,814.80 - HARBORMASTER Reg./Other OT Long. - DAWSON L. FARBER IV 56,938.95 550.00 57,488.95 - JUSTIN BALLOTTE 4,971.12 4,971.12 STEVEN GOULD 8,385.61 8,385.61 .. GARDNER E. JAMIESON 44,660.58 4,142.79 1,400.00 50,203.37 MICHEL SCHNEIDER 6,383.92 6,383.92 ANDREW YOUNG 39,474.31 5,737.06 45,211.37 - .. - 22 - - - .. HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT Reg/Other OT Longev. Snow/Ice ... ROBERT L. BERSIN 67,410.06 550.00 67,960.06 - ALAN C. ARTWICK 39,164.79 4,099.53 550.00 1,855.76 45,670.08 GLENN R. BOWEN 28,128.39 3,062.04 550.00 1,201.48 32,941.91 TODD BUNZICK 0.00 190.16 190.16 .. STEPHEN J. BURGESS 34,973.92 704.64 900.00 868.84 37,447.40 JEFFREY COLBY 38,009.45 38,009.45 - DAVID CRAHAN 0.00 192.39 192.39 IAN CROWELL 0.00 358.56 358.56 - CHERYLESTY 0.00 200.55 200.55 RODNEY FULCHER 0.00 608.74 608.74 ROBERT GENNARO 8,940.00 748.71 681.68 10,370.39 - CHRIS HERMANSON 5,454.40 453.60 5,908.00 JAMES R. HIGGINS 40,320.00 719.85 2,550.00 1,039.73 44,629.58 .. ERIC HILFERTY 0.00 150.83 150.83 DANIEL KOT 14,055.44 14,055.44 .. JOSEPH P. KOVAC 34,358.00 1,839.91 550.00 686.08 37,433.99 RICHARD MCKEAN 0.00 921.31 921.31 .. JEAN C. MORCEAU 33,124.80 1,469.00 34,593.80 MATTHEW MUIR 0.00 942.40 942.40 CLINT NEWCOMB 5,991.44 174.72 567.84 6,734.00 .. FRANK PORANSKI 35,816.40 2,609.47 975.00 1,436.49 40,837.36 CANDEE ROBERTS 0.00 428.92 428.92 .. KYLE SMITH 4,855.84 73.43 4,929.27 ANDREW YOUNG 0.00 230.16 230.16 .. DISPOSAL DEPARTMENT Reg./Other OT Longev. .- KARL CLARK 6,314.88 6,314.88 JOHN D. DUBLE 35,816.38 2,093.05 1,300.00 39,209.43 ... RICHARD MCKEAN 38,182.72 5,106.10 1,050.00 44,338.82 MATTHEW M. MUIR 40,319.98 4,016.59 1,200.00 45,536.57 - WATER DEPARTMENT Reg/Other OT Longev. - CHARLES MEDCHILL 69,948.95 1,050.00 70,998.95 .. TODD O. BUNZICK 38,786.20 3,349.03 900.00 43,035.23 JAMES A. DARLING 38,112.20 1,794.17 1,300.00 41,206.37 - RODNEY E. FULCHER 36,897.20 3,337.72 1,200.00 41,434.92 DANIEL S. HAYES 37,276.40 1,074.65 700.00 39,051.05 RICHARD W. KNOWLES 39,316.60 750.74 2,250.00 42,317.34 - SUSAN F. NEESE-BROWN 37,395.20 80.78 750.00 38,225.98 JACQUELINE PETERSON 29,114.00 29,114.00 .. CHARLES SA V AGE 53,789.69 1,101.81 6,938.22 61,829.72 .. HEALTH DEPARTMENT Reg.lOther Longev. .. ROBERT J. CANNING 62,255.44 1,500.00 63,755.44 LOIS AMES 33,124.80 1,400.00 34,524.80 - PATRICIA J. BALLO 43,170.40 1,300.00 44,470.40 LESLIE DERRICK 20,259.20 20,259.20 CARA FOLEY 5,633.28 5,633.28 .. .. - - 23 .. .. - - - - COUNCIL ON AGING Reg./Other Longev. - ELIZABETH J. SMITH 50,180.51 750.00 50,930.51 MANUEL ACUNA 12,075.24 12,075.24 SUSAN BEYLE 17,033.04 17,033.04 - ROBERT BISHOP 13,233.84 13,233.84 SUSAB CURCIO 9,245.24 9,245.24 - IRENE GALLANT 1,200.98 1,200.98 SERAH KELLY 168.98 168.98 - ROBERT LARRIMORE 323.57 323.57 SANDRA MARAI 4,342.95 4,342.95 CYNTHIA MAY 35,396.40 500.00 35,896.40 - ANDREA MCGEE 32,790.00 32,790.00 JOSEPH O'NEIL 11,626.72 11,626.72 - SCOTT WOOD 1,905.18 1,905.18 - SNOW LIBRARY Reg.IOther Longev. MARY S. REULAND 51,583.16 550.00 52,133.16 - CHERYL BERGERON 29,127.84 29,127.84 JANE BORRELLI 25,416.40 25,416.40 - EMILY BRUEMMER 2,041.92 2,041.92 LYNNE CAMPBELL 11,334.05 11,334.05 - VICKI FULCHER 4,347.69 4,347.69 RICHARD GIGUERE 522.02 522.02 LINDA W. GORDON 10,863.20 10,863.20 - MELODY GULOW 8,006.61 8,006.61 SUSAN E. KELLEY 27,317.12 27,317.12 .. TAVI M. PRUGNO 42,509.85 42,509.85 RICHARD RICKMAN 6,848.37 6,848.37 - JERI SCHUMAN 11,832.05 11,832.05 JAMES l. STANFIELD, JR. 5,590.62 5,590.62 E. STEELE-JEFFERS 14,223.66 14,223.66 - JUDITH WILSON 15,025.64 15,025.64 - RECREATION Reg.lOther Longev. - BRENDAN GUTTMAN 47,340.54 900.00 48,240.54 WIlliAM BRIGHAM 2,017.75 2,017.75 - RONALD CONTE 622.93 622.93 STEPHEN CRAFFEY 1,743.84 1,743.84 - HALEY CREAVY 988.06 988.06 KELLEY CREA VY 1,058.40 1,058.40 - EMALlE GAINEY 1,035.52 1,035.52 STEPHANIE HOSSFELD 1,035.66 1,035.66 TYLER KORN 1,440.02 1,440.02 - SHANNON MAAS 2,796.24 2,796.24 BILL MADDEN 1,050.30 1,050.30 - JAMES MULLIN 362.40 362.40 ROBERT OLLAR I 762.44 762.44 - ANDREW PAVLOFSKY 1,212.48 1,212.48 JENNIFER REIS 1,431.93 1,431.93 MARIBETH RILEY 1,729.50 1,729.50 - RYAN ROSS 1,173.05 1,173.05 MICHAEL ROBINSON 724.12 724.12 - MEGHAN ROGERS 1,794.01 1,794.01 EMIL Y SCHUMAN 978.89 978.89 ELIZABETH SKA YNE 1,383.39 1,383.39 - - - 24 - - - - BRIAN TEASON 1,698.90 1,698.90 DENNY TEASON 2,458.64 2,458.64 - ALISON TIMME 2,167.39 2,167.39 HOLLY TIMME 2,043.86 2,043.86 - PAUL M. WHITE 11\ 1,982.73 1,982.73 TODD WOOSTER 2,105.00 2,105.00 - PARKS & BEACHES Reg.lOther OT Longev. - PAUL O. FULCHER 65,988.75 2,850.00 68,838.75 LAWRENCE T. BARLOW 15,539.97 15,539.97 - DAVID CRAHAN 13,772.00 516.23 14,288.23 IAN CROWELL 30,642.73 928.82 31,571.55 CHERYLJ.ESTY 40,320.00 14,551.69 900.00 55,771.69 - MATTHEW HIGGINS 21,070.80 384.88 21,455.68 ERIC HILFERTY 33,680.40 3,811.78 37,492.18 .. DEAN MOSSEY 2,587.04 2,587.04 DOROTHY L. PALIN 40,192.80 1,500.00 41,692.80 - CANDEE ROBERTS 8,229.85 406.36 8,636.21 PARKS & BEACHES Reg.IOther - SEASONAL KENNETH ALMAN 8,178.74 8,178.74 - JACOB BERRICK 845.59 845.59 JAMES BIRDSALL 1,822.08 1,822.08 - JUSTIN BOHANNON 6,521.41 6,521.41 TODD BOHANNON 5,591.18 5,591.18 - CHARLES BOOTH 2,911.88 2,911.88 MEGAN BORSARI 4,456.61 4,456.61 ABRAM BOYLE 6,418.21 6,418.21 .. PHILIP BREZINA 4,585.80 4,585.80 CHARLES BUCKLEY 2,706.78 2,706.78 .. JAMIE CARNEY 4,787.77 4,787.77 SIOBHAN CLUNE 4,948.97 4,948.97 RACHEL CALIRI 3,233.69 3,233.69 .. CHRISTOPHER COLLINS 4,924.24 4,924.24 CHRISTINA CRUZ 6,837.78 6,837.78 - DAVID CURRIER 549.00 549.00 CATHERINE DAVIS 6,301.08 6,301.08 - DAVID DONOVAN 1,193.09 1,193.09 EARL DUNHAM, JR. 4,421.71 4,421.71 - RYAN EDWARDS 5,389.16 5,389.16 LAURA EMBLETON 800.27 800.27 ROBERT FELT 3,075.85 3,075.85 - JOHN FREEMAN 3,038.50 3,038.50 JAMES GAGE 6,844.32 6,844.32 - CUSHMAN GILLEN 4,707.40 4,707.40 MARIA GOFF 4,079.50 4,079.50 BRETT JOHNSON 3,116.37 3,116.37 .. GREGORY JOHNSON 1,954.44 1,954.44 JAMES KAVANAUGH 2,826.40 2,826.40 - MATTHEW KOCH 6,908.13 6,908.13 JEFFREY KRAMER 4,911.74 4,911.74 - MARK LANG 10,851.21 10,851.21 LEONARD LANGLAIS 2,958.72 2,958.72 ERIC LEVESQUE 5,293.36 5,293.36 - LOUIS LINCOLN 6,589.74 6,589.74 ROBERT MACDOUGALL 7,809.48 7,809.48 .. KATHLEEN F. MCCULLY 1,728.98 1,728.98 - - 25 - - - - - LEO MILLER, JR. 12,582.66 12,582.66 - SARAH NEWCOMB 6,380.76 6,380.76 BRADLEY O'BRIEN 6,550.39 6,550.39 - JEFFREY O'DONNELL 4,166.11 4,166.11 CRISTIN O'HARA 4,942.18 4,942.18 - LARISSA PERREAULT 5,137.77 5,137.77 CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS 1,833.46 1,833.46 JOSHUA RICE 7,786.50 7,786.50 - MATTHEW RICE 11,301.13 11,301.13 JENNA SCALESE 3,831.29 3,831.29 - KYLE SHAW 5,392.49 5,392.49 ADRIANNE SMITH 3,964.80 3,964.80 - MARC SMITH 5,316.43 5,316.43 SCOTT SMITH 6,690.87 6,690.87 NATHANIEL THOMAS 6,696.57 6,696.57 - PHILIP TOCANTINS 3,410.32 3,410.32 ROBERT TRUMBLE 6,963.40 6,963.40 - ASHLEY UNDERHILL 7,605.63 7,605.Q3 ANITA WALSH 8,821.95 8,821.95 - DONALD WALSH 13,261.84 13,261.84 JOSEPH WELCH 11,502.99 11,502.99 WILLIAM WHALEN 1,377.68 1,377.68 - PHILO WILSON 3,897.35 3,897.35 KELLY WOOD 5,702.09 5,702.09 - BRYNN WOODLAND 3,344.07 3,344.07 - WINDMILL Reg./Other - JOHN G. BRIGHAM 904.90 904.90 NICK F. MUTO 2,281.83 2,281.83 - ADRIANNE SMITH 346.09 346.09 - HERRINGBROOK MAINT. Reg.lOther - SCOTT E. JOHNSON 375.00 375.00 - ORLEANS ELEMENTARY Reg.IOther Longev. OT - GAIL BRIERE 83,989.11 600.00 84,589.11 PATRICIA AGUERO 60.00 60.00 JONATHAN ALLARD 4,404.02 4,404.02 - MARGARET ALLARD 12,845.88 500.00 13,345.88 SUSAN ALMAN 58,618.66 1,400.00 60,018.66 - PATRICIA ASHWELL 67,508.84 900.00 68,408.84 LEAH BELLIVEAU 10,814.46 10,814.46 - MARY BINOWSKI 63,366.19 2,900.00 66,266.19 KIMBERLY BRUEMMER 55,481.34 55,481.34 KATHERINE BRUTNELL 690.00 690.00 - SALLY BUJOLD 133.00 133.00 KATHERINE BUNZICK 853.00 853.00 - DEBRA BURNS 623.65 623.65 LESLIE BURR 54,972.07 54,972.07 MARYANNE CAHILL 2,460.59 2,460.59 - BROOK CARLSON 120.00 120.00 DIANE CARLSON 68,485.22 1,200.00 69,685.22 - SUSAN CHAPMAN 60.00 60.00 DONALD CHICOINE 13,384.04 100.00 13,484.04 - AUTUMN COLLETTE 129.00 129.00 - - 26 - - - - ERIN COVELL 43.00 43.00 SUZANNE DAIGLE 62,160.17 62,160.17 .. LAURIE DAVIS 1,050.67 1,050.67 SUZANNE DAVIS 1,125.75 1,125.75 - LINDA DOANE 62,573.13 1,200.00 63,773.13 JOANNE DOBSON 66,002.69 900.00 66,902.69 - LESLIE DOYLE 60.00 60.00 TAMMY DUBOIS 56,383.34 56,383.34 RONALD ELDER 19,456.86 19,456.86 .. MICHELE ELDRIDGE 60,004.25 60,004.25 SARAH L. FALlNE 4,336.25 4,336.25 ... PATRICIA FEENEY 28.00 28.00 MARY FYLER 9,293.96 9,293.96 - MELANIE GALLAGHER 61,524.90 1,400.00 62,924.90 TROY GALLANT 444.50 444.50 MARGARET GILBERT 624.00 624.00 .. LEA GODDARD 120.00 120.00 ANTHONY GONZALES 3,440.00 3,440.00 - ROBERT GONZALEZ 23,998.10 1,268.45 25,266.55 PAUL GREGG 1,810.00 1,810.00 - JUDITH GRIFFIN 40,877.56 40,877.56 GINA HENSON 17,543.85 17,543.85 .. LINDA HLADEK 40,754.51 40,754.51 C. HOLLANDER-ESSIG 35,683.08 540.00 36,223.08 ANDREA HOWARD 270.00 270.00 .. PHILIP INMAN 8,321.76 8,321.76 JUDITH ISRAEL 60.00 60.00 .. MARTHA JENKINS 59,551.94 59,551.94 ANDREA JOHNSON 420.00 420.00 ROSEMARY JOHNSON 15,266.59 15,266.59 .. MARY JOYCE 90.00 90.00 LAWRENCE KANE 1,872.00 1,872.00 .. REBECCA KARLEN-DALMAS 360.00 360.00 LAUREL KAUFFMAN 60.00 60.00 - KENNETH KELLY 33,516.20 250.00 1,393.66 35,159.86 MARY SUE KEOHAN 65,836.87 900.00 66,736.87 - PHILIP KEOHAN 64,143.70 64,143.70 MARTHA KITHCART 23,121.44 23,121.44 MICHELE KOCH 404.50 404.50 - CYNTHIA LACH 62,620.17 1,200.00 63,820.17 SHEILA LANE 974.00 974.00 .. PETER LAWSON 20,839.00 20,839.00 CAROL LINDSAY 60,301.13 60,301.13 BETTE MALA TESTA 20,376.76 250.00 20,626.76 .. AMY MARSEGLlA 103.00 103.00 SUSAN MA TULAITIS 130.00 130.00 - MILDRED V. MAZANEC 42,659.93 1,400.00 44,059.93 LORI MCGRATH 2,617.14 2,617.14 - NANCY MCINERNEY 10,069.97 10,069.97 PALOMA MCLARDY 2,732.67 2,732.67 KATE MCMAHON 60.00 60.00 .. DIANA MELLIN 959.50 959.50 KATHRYN MEYERS 40,332.99 900.00 41,232.99 - T AMI MICKS 43.00 43.00 DEBORAH MOCHAK 58,789.15 58,789.15 - SCOTT MOCHAK 1,204.00 1,204.00 CLAIRE MOORE 223.00 223.00 BA YYINAH MORTON 86.00 86.00 - JUDITH NARK ON 1,123.00 1,123.00 LINDA NICKERSON 35.00 35.00 - - 27 - - - - - LYNNE NYMAN 103.00 103.00 - SUSAN O'NEILL 1,717.92 1,717.92 DEBORAH PAVLOFSKY 22,964.51 500.00 23,464.51 LORI PETERMAN 127.50 127.50 - ANN PIKE 4,376.00 4,376.00 RICHARD PORTER 70,457.22 2,900.00 73,357.22 - BRENDA ROGERS 255.00 255.00 KAYLEEN ROSATO 130.00 130.00 - AMY SANDERS 59,329.69 59,329.69 KRISTEN SCHEIER 210.00 210.00 - MARGARET SCHOLL 86.00 86.00 JACQUELINE SMITH 1,414.21 1,414.21 NINA STAGAKIS 351.00 351.00 - JUDITH SUCHECKI 58,483.48 58,483.48 NANCY SVEDEN 1,170.00 1,170.00 - NAOMI SWIMM 9,697.26 9,697.26 ANN M. TEFFT 30,003.49 106.31 30,109.80 - HELEN TOOMEY 16,685.21 16,685.21 LINDA TURNER 157.80 157.80 ELIZABETH VOSSBURGH 4,786.60 4,786.60 - NANCY WALDRON 64,083.27 64,083.27 LAURA WEATHERUP 16,636.00 16,636.00 - MICHELE WELLS 827.24 827.24 PAULA WILBERT 339.30 339.30 - NANCY E. WILLIAMS 42,699.85 1,200.00 43,899.85 ERIN WOODWARD-KESSLER 249.85 249.85 SANDRA WRIGHT 22,649.95 500.00 23,149.95 - EDWARD ZYCH 325.00 325.00 - TOTALS 7,794,055.83 518,665.06 88,982.75 176,494.02 63,985.00 178,371.10 8,820,553.76 - - - ORLEANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - POSITION EMPLOYEE SALARY LONGEVITY OTHER CAFE WORKER FYLER MARY $12,931 - CAFE WORKER SWIMM NAOMI $8,278 CAFETERIA MANAGER LAWSON PETER $19,554 - COUNSELOR KEOHAN PHILIP $60,832 CUSTODIAN CHICOINE DONALD $26,374 - CUSTODIAN GONZALEZ ROBERT $23,629 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT ALLARD MARGARET $13,137 $8,450 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT BURNS DEBRA $13,542 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT DALEY AMY $18,124 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT ELDER RONALD $16,130 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT HENSON GINA $17,097 ... EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT INMAN PHILLIP $12,775 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT JOHNSON ROSEMARY $15,216 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT KITHCART MARTHA $21,587 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT MALATESTA BETTE $20,365 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT PAVLOFSKY DEBORAH $21,587 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT ROSATO KA YLEEN $16,130 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT WRIGHT SANDRA $21,587 HEAD CUSTODIAN KELL Y KENNETH $32,406 - - 28 - .. LIBRARIAN DOBSON JOANNE $61,732 $900 - PRINCIPAL BRIERE GAIL $78,755 SCHOOL NURSE GRIFFIN JUDITH $38,735 III SECRETARY TO PRINCIPAL TEFFT ANN $27,574 $1,600 SPEECH PATHOLOGIST WEATHERUP LAURA $31,002 - TEACHER ALMAN SUSAN $51,787 TEACHER ASHWELL PATRICIA $60,276 $900 - TEACHER BELLIVEAU LEAH $10,357 TEACHER BINOWSKI MARY $62,332 $1,500 .. TEACHER BRUEMMER KIM $51,787 TEACHER BURR LESLIE $52,510 - TEACHER CARLSON DIANE $62,032 $1,200 TEACHER DAIGLE SUZANNE $59,376 - TEACHER DOANE LINDA $57,872 $1,200 TEACHER DUBOIS TAMMY $52,510 - TEACHER ELDRIDGE MICHELE $56,672 TEACHER GALLAGHER MELANIE $56,672 - TEACHER HLADEK LINDA $3,144 TEACHER HLADEK LINDA $31 ,438 .. TEACHER HOLLANDER-ESSIG CHARLES $32,046 $540 TEACHER JENKINS MARTHA $55,886 .. TEACHER KEOHAN SUSAN $61,732 $900 TEACHER LACH CYNTHIA $60,576 $1 ,200 .. TEACHER LINDSAY CAROL $56,672 TEACHER MAZANEC MILDRED $35,841 $16,669 .. TEACHER MEYERS KATHRYN $37,657 $900 TEACHER MOCHAK DEBORAH $55,886 - TEACHER PORTER RICHARD $62,332 $1,500 TEACHER SANDERS AMY $56,672 .. TEACHER SUCHECKI JUDITH $55,886 TEACHER WALDRON NANCY $59,376 - TEACHER WILLIAMS NANCY $62,032 $1,200 .. .. NAUSET REGION EMPLOYEES .. CENTRAL OFFICE .. POSITION EMPLOYEE SALARY LONGEVITY OTHER SUPERINTENDENT GRADONE MICHAEL $113,310 $1,800 .. ASST SUPERINTENDENT MEDEIROS LINDA $59,526 $600 $29,976 BUSINESS MANAGER HYLAND SUSAN $82,666 $1,500 - DIRECTOR OF STUDENT SERVICES CARETTI ANN $80,000 ADMINISTRATOR FOR TECHNOLOGY SCHROCK KATHLEEN $69,000 IIllIl ACCOUNTING MANAGER NOW ACK JAMES $46,922 PAYROLUBENEFITS FOSTER ROBERT A $28,334 .. PERSONNEL COORDINATOR TEMPLETON MARCIA $46,693 $1,500 ADMIN ASST TO SUPT NEWMIER WILHELMINA $48,472 $1,500 .. ADMIN ASST TO BUS MGR DAVIS LAURIE $37,043 $750 SECRETARY TO DIR STUDENT SVCS' DEVITO ARL YNN $32,838 .. SECRETARY TO ASST SUPT LONG NANCY $29,838 $3,000 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE POPOLl ANDREA $32,838 $1,000 - RECEPTIONIST/ACCOUNTS PAYABLE KANAVAS JOYCE $23,353 FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR MORAN MICHAEL $36,782 ... FOOD SERVICE BOOKKEEPER MAGUIRE MARY ANN $33,438 $600 SECRETARY YOUNG BARBARA $7,144 - 29 .. .. - HIGH SCHOOL - POSITION EMPLOYEE SALARY LONGEVITY OTHER - ASST PRINCIPAL MARKOVICH PAUL $73,608 $2,100 ASST PRINCIPAL MILBIER ROBERT $73,608 $1,200 - MARTIN AMY $24,663 ATTENDANCE SECRETARY CAFE WORKER FIERO DONNA $11,949 - CAFE WORKER GELATT CYNTHIA $12,726 CAFE WORKER RITCHIE MARIE $13,646 $400 - CAFE WORKER $7,11 0 ROUILLARD NANCY CAFE WORKER STEVENS PAUL $3,746 - CAFETERIA MANAGER MCKENZIE LORI $20,618 - CLERK TYPIST STRAIT JANICE $6,880 CUSTODIAN APPLETON SCOTT $25,584 - CUSTODIAN CLARK ROBERT $30,186 $3,250 CUSTODIAN FOLEY JAMES $23,150 - CUSTODIAN FRANCESCONI ALAN $26,936 CUSTODIAN LANGLOIS SALLY $14,985 $300 - CUSTODIAN O'CONNELL CORNELIUS $33,202 $400 CUSTODIAN WALLACE JAMES $22,464 - CUSTODIAN YOUNG DANIEL $22,464 COUNSELOR DURGIN RICHARD $56,773 - COUNSELOR MACDONALD JOYCE $58,564 $1 ,200 COUNSELOR SCANLON JAMES $62,147 $1,200 - COUNSELOR SHYNE JAMES $50,094 $7,270 COUNSELOR SMITH DOROTHEA $40,305 - COUNSELOR STANNARD MEREDITH $60,321 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT BIRCHALL JODI $19,212 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT CLARK DRYDEN $12,775 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT CLOSE ANDREA $2,950 $9,825 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT DILLON THOMAS $12,775 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT KARBER JANET $20,365 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT MARQUIT JAYNE $16,190 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT NELSON ROGER $14,355 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT READ LYNN $14,355 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT SCHWEBACH SUZANNE $15,216 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT SKEIRIK JOHN $21,587 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT SMITH STORM $17,097 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT VONDERHEYDE MICHAEL $12,775 GROUNDSMAN BOLlNDER RICHARD $33,322 - LIBRARIAN POZGAY PATRICIA $52,510 MAINTENANCEMAN LANGLOIS DENIS $39,617 $3,550 $3,550 PHYSICAL THERAPIST MCCLUSKEY LINDA $15,000 - $96,277 $1,800 PRINCIPAL CONRAD THOMAS SCHOOL NURSE MOULTON SUZANNE $38,735 $1,500 - SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST ABBOTT LISA $65,341 $900 SECRETARY TO ASST PRINCIPAL GREENW A Y AUDREY $21,831 - SECRETARY TO ASST PRINCIPAL SHEPTYCK LORA $23,917 $600 SECRETARY TO GUIDANCE MACDONALD KATHRYN $32,838 - SECRETARY TO PRINCIPAL DEARBORN MARIL YN $33,438 $600 SECRETARY TO SPECIAL NEEDS KNOX JACQUELINE $23,917 $600 - SPEECH THERAPIST SMITH LORRAINE $23,750 SUB CALLER BROWNE BETTY $2,000 - TEACHER ALBRIGHT LORI $50,382 TEACHER BAKKER DONALD $12,166 - TEACHER BARTOLINI-TROTT BONNIE $39,672 $17,000 TEACHER BEAVAN ALLISON $44,267 - - 30 - - TEACHER BELL VALERIE $52,510 TEACHER BROWN LISA $30,205 $3,043 - TEACHER BRUINOOGE JENNIFER $42,469 TEACHER BURLING MELISSA $43,158 .. TEACHER BUTTS MARY $50,754 TEACHER CAMPBELL DIANE $60,576 $1,200 .. TEACHER CASTELLANO ALAN $60,832 TEACHER CHAMBERLIN PAUL $60,876 $1,500 .. TEACHER CLARK ANDREW $43,067 TEACHER CLARK PATRICK $45,935 .. TEACHER COHEN VALERIE $47,772 TEACHER COWAN ROBERT $60,832 - TEACHER CRAVEN RAYMOND $38,368 TEACHER DAVIDOFF KAT JA $42,469 - TEACHER DEMETRI DONNA $57,872 $1,200 TEACHER DESIMONE CHRISTINE $39,266 ... TEACHER DIXON HONOR $61,732 $900 TEACHER DOHERTY ELIZABETH $34,435 - TEACHER DONOVAN DAVID $42,564 TEACHER DUBOVIK PAUL $60,832 .. TEACHER FARIS THOMAS $55,886 TEACHER FAUCHER ROGER $59,376 .. TEACHER FITZPATRICK JULIE $43,570 TEACHER FORD ASHLEY $34,435 ... TEACHER FROST PRISCILLA $52,785 TEACHER FULLER JOYCE $59,376 - TEACHER GAMMON JULIE $58,843 TEACHER GARRETT STEPHEN $38,735 .. TEACHER GEUEKE CHRISTINE $31,836 TEACHER GRUBIAK STEVEN $59,376 - TEACHER HAGOPIAN BERJ $9,689 TEACHER HAMER JUDITH $56,672 - TEACHER HEMBROUGH LISE $50,972 TEACHER HENDRICKX EZRA $35,812 ... TEACHER HEPINSTALL-TAYLOR KAREN $46,580 TEACHER HICKS BRIAN $38,735 .. TEACHER HIRSCH ANITA $44,450 TEACHER HODKINSON RUTH $24,501 .. TEACHER HOYT KARL $46,580 TEACHER JOHNSTON ROSS $47,772 - TEACHER JOYCE TIMOTHY $56,672 TEACHER KEON DIANE $43,385 - TEACHER KERSE-MCMILLlN MAURA $55,886 TEACHER KING SELENA $20,668 - TEACHER KOSCHER CARRIE $43,385 TEACHER LAGASSE KAREN $46,680 ... TEACHER LANGLAIS LINDA $53,710 $1,200 TEACHER LEARY W GEOFFREY $51,787 .. TEACHER LEBOW ELIZABETH $37,245 TEACHER MASTERSON DIANNE $56,672 - TEACHER MATHISON MARK $52,987 $1,200 TEACHER MAYNARD KENNETH $60,832 - TEACHER MCCULLOUGH PATRICIA $55,886 TEACHER MCGOWN JANE $40,927 - TEACHER MCMAHON MICHELE $57,091 TEACHER MERL LEILA $38,368 - TEACHER METTERS CHERYL $56,672 TEACHER MOSESSO ANGELA $36,535 - 31 .. .. - TEACHER MOUNTAIN MARY ELLEN $59,376 .. TEACHER NOV ACON KAREN $42,469 TEACHER O'CONNOR MARGARET $37,756 - TEACHER POTOFF CAROL $52,510 TEACHER POTTS DAVID $45,314 - TEACHER QUILL JOANNE $50,972 TEACHER RANDALL JONATHAN $60,276 $900 - TEACHER RICE ROBERT $62,332 $1,500 TEACHER RIVERS JOHN $57,086 $1,200 - TEACHER ROULEAU JON $52,397 TEACHER SCHACHTER SHARON $37,841 - TEACHER STANTON KEITH $56,672 TEACHER STEVENS HEATHER $42,469 - TEACHER SULLIVAN ALLAN $56,672 TEACHER SWINIARSKI STEPHEN $50,972 - TEACHER TRINGALE KATHLEEN $43,385 TEACHER TROTTA JUDITH $55,886 - TEACHER WALKER ROBIN $65,068 $900 TEACHER WHITE GREG $36,384 - TEACHER WHITTEMORE HELEN $52,510 TEACHER WILKINSON ROBERT $58,172 $1,500 - TEACHER WOOD DAVID $59,376 TEACHER WRIGHT PHILIP $51,787 - TEACHER YASUNA EDWARD $60,832 TEACHER ZAWADZKAS JANE $51,787 - VIDEO MEDIA SPECIALIST MCCULL Y KATHLEEN $46,580 - MIDDLE SCHOOL - POSITION EMPLOYEE SALARY LONGEVITY OTHER ASST PRINCIPAL CAMERON MARCIA $66,560 - CAFE WORKER DAY JUDITH $6,658 CAFE WORKER LINEHAN MAUREEN $12,586 - CAFE WORKER MILLER EILEEN $14,182 CAFE WORKER REIS VICTORIA $14,182 - CAFE WORKER SOUZA JUDITH $14,182 CAFETERIA MANAGER NIDWESKI STEPHEN $22,820 - COUNSELOR BRENNAN ELAINE $39,960 $19,416 COUNSELOR CEDENO ANTHONY $42,966 - COUNSELOR PHELAN ANN $61,154 CUSTODIAN DUNBAR CRAIG $22,464 - CUSTODIAN MENDOZA SUSAN $33,102 $300 CUSTODIAN PAGE PHILLIP $36,252 $3,450 $3,450 .- CUSTODIAN TIGHE KENNETH $27,036 $100 CUSTODIAN WHITE RICHARD $33,302 $500 - DEAN OF STUDENTS BORSARI JOSEPH $66,696 $1,500 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT BIRCHFIELD JAMES $16,130 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT CAPORELLO JOY $14,355 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT CAROSELLA JEANNE $8,523 $7,607 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT CLARK RITA $12,775 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT CLOWRY SUZANNE $15,216 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT CURTIS KAREN $15,216 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT DATTALO ELIZABETH $14,355 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT FOX PAUL $12,775 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT FURMAN PATRICIA $12,775 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT GAUMONT MICHELLE $14,355 EDUCATIONAL ASSIST ANT GENGARELL Y LAURIE $19,212 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT HANSEN KAREN $18,124 - 32 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT HAUTANEN CHRISTINE $16,130 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT INGEGNERI RALPH $14,355 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT KROLL FERN $12,775 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT MORGAN SHARON $15,216 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT MORRIS CATHERII>IE $16,130 .. EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT PlEBES GAIL $17,097 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT RICHARDS SHARON $14,355 ... EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT RUEST LYNETTE $13,542 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT SCARLETT-MORASH KATHLEEN $12,775 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT STEW ART SUSAN $16,130 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT THACKERAY MEGAN $14,355 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT WAGNER DAVID $12,775 GROUNDSMAN LOISELLE JOSEPH $33,102 $300 - HEAD CUSTODIAN RICHARD PAUL $39,500 ... HEALTH COORDINATOR O'NEILL SUSAN $11,177 $44,708 LIBRARIAN KRUGER SARAH $56,672 .. MAINTENANCEMAN BETTENCOURT GEORGE $15,837 PHYSICAL THERAPIST MCCLUSKEY LINDA $3,781 ... PRINCIPAL BAECKER GREGORY $86,321 REGISTERED NURSE NICKERSON LINDA $6,601 ... SCHOOL NURSE STEWART JILL $38,735 SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST GIBSON JUDITH $10,816 - SCHOOL PYSCHOLOGIST GATTO KATHLEEN $60,633 SECRETARY CARLSON JAN $10,974 - SECRETARY WILEY KERRY $23,917 $600 SECRETARY FOR PUPIL SERVICES BADER CAROL $23,089 .. SECRETARY TO ASST PRINCIPAL LOFSTROM KATHLEEN O'LEARY $23,089 SECRETARY TO GUIDANCE JACKMAN MARGARET $33,438 $600 - SECRETARY TO PRINCIPAL TUXBURY EDITH $32,838 $482 SPEECH THERAPIST SMITH LORRAINE $35,626 .. TEACHER ADAMS DAWN $45,935 TEACHER ARCHER KATHRYN $59,376 .. TEACHER BALDWIN NANCY $55,886 TEACHER BERTRAND SHANNON $39,817 .. TEACHER BLODGETT DEBORAH $58,172 $1,500 TEACHER BOLAND KATHLEEN $40,927 .. TEACHER BRACKETT BONNIE $59,376 TEACHER CARVER LYNN $39,866 $1,200 $17,220 .. TEACHER CLEVELAND JANETTE $52,987 $1,200 TEACHER CONNER KIMBERL Y $52,510 - TEACHER CORNEY CAROL $53,710 $1,200 TEACHER COUTURE NANCY $40,886 $15,000 - TEACHER CROOK MARY $59,376 TEACHER DEBACHER DALE $33,532 ... TEACHER DICKINSON ELAINE $50,972 TEACHER DYER ANNE MARIE $47,772 .. TEACHER FISH AMY $39,817 TEACHER GALLICK ANNE $43,385 - TEACHER GEARY ANNE $59,376 TEACHER GIROUX CHRISTIE $34,985 .. TEACHER GOGUEN RONALD $57,872 $1,200 TEACHER HAGOPIAN BERJ $38,755 TEACHER HALL JANE $62,032 $1,200 - TEACHER HAMMOND MAJEN $46,038 TEACHER HANRIHAN CAROLE $42,469 - TEACHER HANSEN LAWRENCE $60,876 $1,500 TEACHER HELEEN BONIL YN $60,832 - TEACHER HUTCHINSON KATIE $34,841 $5,995 .. 33 .. .. - TEACHER JOHNSON LINDA $42,564 - TEACHER KEEFE NANCY $51,787 TEACHER KENDREW INGRID $35,812 - TEACHER KENNEY DIANNE $60,832 TEACHER KNOWLES AGNES $51,787 - TEACHER KRENIK JOHN $59,376 TEACHER LABRANCHE ROBERT $37,245 - TEACHER LAFLEUR ROBIN $60,876 $1,500 TEACHER LANOIE CLAIRE '$51,787 - TEACHER LEONHARDT KAREN $59,376 TEACHER LEVY ELOISE $56,672 - TEACHER MASTERSON ROBERT $53,287 $1,500 TEACHER MCCONCHIE ANN $52,510 - TEACHER MILLER JUDITH $60,576 $1,200 TEACHER MINISTERI MARY $60,576 $1,200 - TEACHER MONIZ CYNTHIA $59,376 TEACHER MOORE MICHAEL $56,672 - TEACHER NOONAN JOHN $37,245 TEACHER O'BRIEN KERRI $38,735 - TEACHER OGDEN VIRGINIA $50,972 TEACHER O'HARA CRISTIN $34,435 - TEACHER O'NEILL DENNIS $62,332 $1,500 TEACHER PAVLU EDWARD $35,812 - TEACHER PEARL DENNIS $61,732 $900 TEACHER PRALL MARK $7,449 - TEACHER PRICKITT ELOISE $40,835 TEACHER REDDISH KAREN $40,835 - TEACHER REID ABIGAIL $58,172 $1,500 TEACHER RYAN JENNIFER $28,321 $22,061 - TEACHER SEARS MARIELLEN $53,410 $900 TEACHER SHEEHAN WILLIAM $24,683 $25,000 - TEACHER SILVA SUZANNE da $37,245 TEACHER STACK MARY $42,469 - TEACHER THOMPSON BAMBI $35,812 TEACHER TOLAND EDWARD $57,872 $1,200 - TEACHER TUITE DEBORAH $40,283 TEACHER VECCHIONE BRENDA $59,376 - - REGION PRESCHOOL - POSITION EMPLOYEE SALARY LONGEVITY OTHER EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT BARTLETT CHRISTINE $11,484 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT BIANCHI ELIZABETH $11,484 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT BROCKLEBANK VERONICA $6,086 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT CLANCY LORI $17,270 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT HEYLlGER SABA $5,110 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT MARGOTTA KATIE $12,173 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT RYAN EILEEN $11,484 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT RYAN JUSTINE $12,173 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT SANDSTROM ANN $17,270 - EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT W ALL LAUREN $6,452 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST BLOOMER MARY KATE $22,654 - PHYSICAL THERAPIST MCCLUSKEY LINDA $3,820 PRESCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR MACK MARTHA $33,806 - PRESCHOOL SECRETARY MACDOUGALL LORRAINE $9,974 SPEECH PATHOLOGIST DANIELS LAURIE $25,481 SPEECH PATHOLOGIST WEATHERUP LAURA $10,334 - - 34 - .... 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I hereby submit my annual report for the fiscal year In accordance with the provisions of section 8-8 of ... ended June 30, 2002 in compliance with Chapter the Orleans Charter, the Board of Selectmen - 41, Section 61 of the General Laws of the retained Mr. Timothy M. Craven, C.P.A. to perform Commonwealth of Massachusetts. an independent audit ofthe financial activity of the .. Town for Fiscal Year 2002. I would like to take this opportunity to also express .. my appreciation to all for the help and cooperation The audit was conducted in accordance with .. received during the past year. Special thanks to generally accepted auditing standards. Rechella Butilier and Greta Avery, Finance .. Department personnel, the personnel of the As is the practice with most communities in the Collectorffreasurer's Office and the Assessor's Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Town has - Office without whose help and perseverance the not maintained historical cost records of its fixed past year's accomplishments would never have assets. - been possible. .. In their opinion, exceptforthe effects on the Included in this report are the following: general purpose financial statements of the .. matter described above, the statements present fairly, in all material respects, the ... 1) Schedule of Receipts/Expenditures (Cash Basis-Schedule A) financial position of the Town of Orleans as of ... June30, 2002. 2) Town Meeting Appropriation Activity Report ... (Cash Basis) Selected financial statements follow in this report. .. A complete copy of the General Purpose Financial 3) Selected General Purpose Financial Statements including all notes and additional .. Statements information is available for review at the Town Clerk's Office at the Orleans Town Hall. .. Respectfully submitted, .. David A. Withrow .. Director of Municipal Finance - ..... .. - ... ... ... .. 39 - .. - - - TOWN OF ORLEANS, MASSACHUSETTS - SCHEDULE OF RECEIPTS/EXPENDITURES As reported on Schedule A. for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2002 - GENERAL FUND - Revenue and Other Financial Sources General Fund Expenditures and Other Tax Collections Financing Uses - 411 0 Personal Property Taxes 178,883.00 Expenditures 4120 Real Estate Taxes 12,140,635.00 General Govemment - 4150 Excise Taxes 844,449.00 Administrator 461,767.00 4179 Penalties & Interest 68,687.00 Accountant/Auditor 144,541.00 4180 In Lieu of Taxes 3,621.00 Treasurer 92,433.00 - 4191 Other Taxes/Hotel/Motel 220,784.00 Collector 92,434.00 4199 Other Taxes 79,775.00 Public Bldg/Properties 174,541.00 - Total Taxes 13,536,834.00 Assessors 204,800.00 Operations Support 125,465.00 Charges For Services License and Registration 103,237.00 - 4244 Parks & Recreation Charges 1,025,351.00 land Use 135,837.00 4247 Trash Collection Charges 444,494.00 Conservation Commission 111,388.00 - 4370 Other Departmental Revenue 205,622.00 Other 40,612.00 Total Charges For Service 1,675,467.00 Public Safety Police 1,638,606.00 - Licenses, Permits and Fees Fire 1,634,208.00 4400 Licenses and Permits 285,084.00 Inspection 156,778.00 - Total License & Permits 285,084.00 Other 311,303.00 Education Revenues From State Education 5,568,044.00 - 4600 Revenue From State 783,763.00 Public Works Total State Revenue 783,763.00 Highway/Streets Snow & Ice 684,270.00 - Waste Collection & Disposal 624,002.00 4695 Court Fines/Settlements 22,835.00 Street Lighting 31,469.00 Total Revenues-Other Gov'ts. 22,835.00 Human Services - Health Services 184,224.00 Miscellaneous Revenue Special Program 183,948.00 4800 Miscellaneous Revenue 54,210.00 Veterans' Services 24,465.00 - 4820 Earnings on Investments 161,590.00 Other 48,482.00 Total Misc. Revenues 215,800.00 Culture and Recreation - Library 347,124.00 Interfund Operating Transfers Recreation 110,769.00 4972 Transfers from Special Revenue Funds 1,134,089.00 Parks 785,066.00 - Totallnterfund Oper.Transfers 1,134,089.00 Historical Commission 1,102.00 Celebrations 26,529.00 - Other 7,674.00 Debt Service Retirement of Debt Principal 960,000.00 - Interest on Long Term Debt 347,395.00 Unclassified - Workers' Compensation 33,317.00 Unemployment 684.00 Health Insurance 839,877.00 - Other Employee Benefits 65,875.00 Other Insurance 131,692.00 - Intergovemmental Assessments 346,565.00 Retirement 590,673.00 Transfers to Other Funds - Transfers 26,521.00 Grand Total General Fund Revenues - Other Financing Sources and Interfund Total General Fund Expenditures Operating Transfers 17,653,872.00 and Other Financing Uses 17,397,717.00 - - - - 40 - - ... ... SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS .. Revenue and Other Financing Sources Expenditures and Other Financing Uses State Grants State Grants .. 4600 State Revenue 541,541.00 5700 Expenditures 639,130.00 4800 Miscellaneous Revenue 9,463.00 5960 Transfers to Other Funds 668.00 - 4820 Earnings on Investments 14.00 4970 Transfers From Other Funds 65.00 .. Receipts Reserved For Appropriation Receipts Reserved for Appropriation 4600 State Revenue 7,685.00 5700 Expenditures 5,970.00 .. 4800 Miscellaneous Revenue.11786 513,744.00 5960 Transfers To Other Funds 501,000.00 4970 Transfers From Other Funds 11,786.00 - Revolving Funds Revolving Funds 4800 Miscellaneous Revenue 260,845.00 5700 Expenditures 155,380.00 .. 4970 Transfers From Other Funds 27.00 Other Special Revenue Other Special Revenue - 4200 Charges for Services 369,228.00 5100 Salary and Wages 374,783.00 4500 Federal Revenue 12,286.00 5700 Expenditures 2,475,149.00 - 4600 State Revenue 178,633.00 5800 Capital OuUay 141,530.00 4800 Miscellaneous Revenue 3,664,825.00 5960 Transfers To Other Funds 643,422.00 4970 Transfers from Other Funds 14,644.00 - Total Revenue and Total Expenditures and - Other Financing Sources 5,584,786.00 Other Financing Uses 4,937,032.00 ... CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND Water - C.P.F. - Revenue and Other Financing Sources Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 4970 Transfers From Other Funds 11,000.00 5800 Capital OuUay 190,169.00 .. Total Revenue and Total Expenditures and Other Financing Sources 11,000.00 Other Financing Uses 190,169.00 ... Munic/Dal Build/nas - C.P.F. Revenue and Other Financing Sources Expenditures and other Financing Uses ... 4800 Miscellaneous Revenue 698,500.00 5800 Capital OuUay 413,500.00 Total Revenue and Totai Expenditures and - Other Financing Sources 698,500.00 Other Financing Uses 413,500.00 Harbor Bulkhead - C.P.F. ... Revenue and Other Financing Sources Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 4800 Miscellaneous Revenue 0.00 5800 Capital Outlay 5,624.00 ... Total Revenue and Total Expenditures and Other Financing Sources 0.00 Other Financing Uses 5,624.00 .. TRUST FUNDS ... Non-ExDendable Trusts Revenue and Other Financing Sources Expenditures and Other Financing Uses - 4820 Earnings on Investments 22,823.00 5700 Expenditures 23,293.00 5960 Transfers To Other Funds 5,839.00 - EXDendable Trusts Revenue and Other Financing Sources Expenditures and Other Financing Uses ... 4800 Miscellaneous Revenue 30,000.00 5700 Expenditures 55,491.00 4820 Earnings on Investments 25,500.00 Total Revenue and Total Expenditures and IIIIlII Other Financing Sources 78,323.00 Other Financing Uses 84,623.00 IIIIlII - 41 - - - - - TOWN OF ORLEANS, MASSACHUSETTS - APPROPRIATION ACTIVITY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2002 - REVISED EXPENDITURES BALANCE AS OF BALANCE BALANCE DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION BUDGET NET OF REFUNDS JUNE 30, 2002 CARRIED FWD CLOSED - GENERAL GOVT - SELECTMENlTOWN ADMIN. SALARIES 247.786.00 247,786.00 218.909.95 28.876.05 0.00 28.876.05 EXPENSES 51.250.00 51,250.00 33,663.24 17,586.76 0.00 17,586.76 - ENGINEERING 25,000.00 27.650.00 10,401.39 17.248.61 5,000.00 12,248.61 LEGAL 75,000.00 75,000.00 75,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - AUDIT SERVICES 18,000.00 18,000.00 15,000.00 3,000.00 0.00 3,000.00 OTHER ASSESSMENTS 31,580.00 31.580.00 31,580.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT 0.00 17,880.00 0.00 17,880.00 17,880.00 0.00 - AFFORDABLE HOUSING 0.00 1,120.00 0.00 1,120.00 1,120.00 0.00 FUND NST AR 0.00 510.96 0.00 510.96 510.96 0.00 UNPAID BILLS OF PRIOR YEARS 0.00 692.95 684.95 8.00 0.00 8.00 - AMERICAN DISABILITIES 0.00 25,000.00 0.00 25,000.00 25,000.00 0.00 RECORD RETENTION 0.00 10.000.00 9.818.00 182.00 182.00 0.00 - AFFORDABLE HOUSING 0.00 4,705.28 4.705.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 ADA IMPROVEMENTS 0.00 8,013.92 3,687.45 4,326.47 4,326.47 0.00 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 0.00 12,655.13 12,655.13 0.00 0.00 0.00 - CIP OPEN SPACE MANAGEMENT 0.00 1,978.32 107.52 1,870.80 1,870.80 0.00 CIP SURVEY TOWN LAND 0.00 1,750.00 0.00 1,750.00 1.750.00 0.00 - AFFORDABLE HOUSING 28,750.00 28,750.00 22,329.96 6,420.04 6,420.04 0.00 JUICE BAR 2002 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 FEASIBILITY STUDY 0.00 500.00 0.00 500.00 500.00 0.00 - CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 24,750.00 24,750.00 9,303.21 15,446.79 15,446.79 0.00 PROF & TECH SERV LAND BK 0.00 38.710.75 6,234.50 32,476.25 32,476.25 0.00 UNPAID BILLS OF PRIOR YEARS 0.00 2,686.95 2,686.95 0.00 0.00 0.00 - DEPARTMENT TOTALS 507,116.00 635,970.26 461,767.53 174,202.73 112,483.31 61,719.42 TELEPHONElCOMM. SYSTEM - EXPENSES 30,180.00 30,180.00 29,218.78 961.22 0.00 961.22 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 30,180.00 30,180.00 29,218.78 961.22 0.00 961.22 - CABLE TV SALARIES 2,500.00 2,500.00 1,452.33 1,047.67 0.00 1,047.67 - EXPENSES 700.00 700.00 0.00 700.00 0.00 700.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 3,200.00 3,200.00 1,452.33 1,747.67 0.00 1,747.67 - FINANCE COMMITTEE EXPENSES 2.070.00 2,070.00 388.50 1.681.50 0.00 1.681.50 - RESERVE FUND 113,000.00 62,058.97 0.00 62,058.97 0.00 62,058.97 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 115,070.00 64,128.97 388.50 63,740.47 0.00 63,740.47 - FINANCElTOWN ACCOUNTANT SALARIES 133,774.00 136.910.28 136.909.84 0.44 0.00 0.44 EXPENSES 17,690.00 17,690.00 7.631.24 10.058.76 0.00 10.058.76 - DEPARTMENT TOTALS 151,464.00 154,600.28 144.541.08 10,059.20 0.00 10,059.20 - ASSESSING SALARIES 141,761.00 144,884.96 141,071.75 3.813.21 0.00 3,813.21 EXPENSES 63.540.00 79,623.00 63.729.57 15,893.43 12.600.00 3,293.43 - DEPARTMENT TOTALS 205,301.00 224,507.96 204,801.32 19,706.64 12,600.00 7,106.64 TREASURER/COLLECTOR - SALARIES 155,274.00 157.673.82 148.886.87 8,786.95 0.00 8,786.95 EXPENSES 34,554.00 34.554.00 26,644.03 7,909.97 0.00 7,909.97 TAX TAKINGS 10,000.00 10,000.00 9,336.18 663.82 0.00 663.82 - DEPARTMENT TOTALS 199,828.00 202,227.82 184,867.08 17,360.74 0.00 17,360.74 - COMPUTER SALARIES 54,402.00 54,402.00 54,401.42 0.58 0.00 0.58 EXPENSES 38,609.00 40,609.00 40,490.90 118.10 0.00 118.10 - LONG LIFE EQUIPMENT 50,000.00 51.945.00 30.572.85 21,372.15 21,372.15 0.00 - - 42 - ... .. .. REVISED EXPENDITURES BALANCE AS OF BALANCE BALANCE DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION BUDGET NET OF REFUNDS JUNE 30, 2002 CARRIED FWD CLOSED DEPARTMENT TOTALS 143,011.00 146,956.00 125,465.17 21,490.83 21,372.15 118.68 .. TOWN CLERK .. SALARIES 75,541.00 75,541.00 72,243.83 3,297.17 0.00 3,297.17 EXPENSES 11,050.00 11,050.00 9,015.30 2,034.70 0.00 2,034.70 .. LONG LIFE EQUIPMENT 2,400.00 2,400.00 2,178.92 221.08 0.00 221.08 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 88,991.00 88,991.00 83,438.05 5,552.95 0.00 5,552.95 .. ELECTIONS SALARIES 4,617.00 4,617.00 1,593.05 3,023.95 0.00 3,023.95 EXPENSES 600.00 600.00 146.28 453.72 0.00 453.72 .. DEPARTMENT TOTALS 5,217.00 5,217.00 1,739.33 3,477.67 0.00 3,477.67 VOTER REGISTRATION - SALARIES 9,801.00 10,095.03 8,807.12 1,287.91 0.00 1,287.91 EXPENSES 850.00 850.00 277.94 572.06 0.00 572.06 .. DEPARTMENT TOTALS 10,651.00 10,945.03 9,085.06 1,859.97 0.00 1 ,859.97 CONSERVATION .. SALARIES 75,262.00 76,542.00 76,541.85 0.15 0.00 0.15 EXPENSES 4,750.00 5,075.00 3,289.26 1,785.74 0.00 1,785.74 .. CONSERVATION TRUST 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 CRYSTAL LAKE SANITARY 0.00 1,556.92 1,556.92 0.00 0.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 110,012.00 113,173.92 111,388.03 1,785.89 0.00 1,785.89 .. WATER QUALITY EXPENSES 1,400.00 1,400.00 1,076.56 323.44 0.00 323.44 .. MARINE WATER QUALITY 8,200.00 8,200.00 635.00 7,565.00 7,565.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 9,600.00 9,600.00 1,711.56 7,888.44 7,565.00 323.44 .. PLANNING SALARIES 133,073.00 134,271.00 125,247.85 9,023.15 0.00 9,023.15 .. EXPENSES 7,900.00 8,500.00 5,739.54 2,760.46 1,000.00 1,760.46 TOWN WASTE WATER MAN 0.00 124,186.25 2,950.96 121,235.29 121,235.29 0.00 TOWN WASTE WATER MAN 125,000.00 125,000.00 0.00 125,000.00 125,000.00 0.00 .. DEPARTMENT TOTALS 265,973.00 391,957.25 133,938.35 258,018.90 247,235.29 10,783.61 ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS .. SALARIES 9,796.00 10,089.88 5,019.08 5,070.80 0.00 5,070.80 EXPENSES 4,590.00 4,590.00 3,955.22 634.78 0.00 634.78 .. DEPARTMENT TOTALS 14,386.00 14,679.88 8,974.30 5,705.58 0.00 5,705.58 OPEN SPACE .. SALARIES 1,204.00 1,240.12 0.00 1,240.12 0.00 1,240.12 EXPENSES 1,100.00 1,100.00 186.54 913.46 0.00 913.46 .. DEPARTMENT TOTALS 2,304.00 2,340.12 186.54 2,153.58 0.00 2,153.58 TOWN OFFICE BUILDING .. SALARIES 27,391.00 26,327.00 25,849.20 477.80 0.00 477.80 EXPENSES 43,061.00 45,061.00 46,142.13 -1,081.13 0.00 -1,081.13 CIP REPAIR TOB 0.00 24,062.15 6,105.00 17,957.15 17,957.15 0.00 .. AUDIO EQUIPMENT 0.00 332.97 0.00 332.97 332.97 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 70,452.00 95,783.12 78,096.33 17,686.79 18,290.12 -603.33 .. TN. REPORTSrrN. MEETING EXPENSES 17,250.00 17,250.00 9,552.39 7,697.61 0.00 7,697.61 .. DEPARTMENT TOTALS 17,250.00 17,250.00 9,552.39 7 ,697 .61 0.00 7,697.61 COMMUNITY CENTER .. EXPENSES 16,985.00 16,985.00 16,619.21 365.79 0.00 365.79 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 16,985.00 16,985.00 16,619.21 365.79 0.00 365.79 .. PROTECT PERS & PROP ANIMAL CONTROL ... EXPENSES 14,500.00 14,500.00 14,500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 14,500.00 14,500.00 14,500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 ... .. 43 .. .. ~~ - .. - REVISED EXPENDITURES BALANCE AS OF BALANCE BALANCE DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION BUDGET NET OF REFUNDS JUNE 30, 2002 CARRIED FWD CLOSED - - POLICE ICOMMUNICATIONS - SALARIES 1,357,017.00 1,388,400.74 1,374,678.57 13,722.17 0.00 13,722.17 EXPENSES 89,055.00 89,055.00 84,775.79 4,279.21 0.00 4,279.21 - EQUIPMENT 55,000.00 55,000.00 55,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 POLICE TOWN DETAILS 12,000.00 12,000.00 11,057.59 942.41 0.00 942.41 SUMMER POLICE PROGRAM 26,400.00 29,698.45 28,880.30 818.15 0.00 818.15 .. DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 1,539,472.00 1,574,154.19 1,554,392.25 19,761.94 0.00 19,761.94 POLICE BUILDING - SALARIES 13,680.00 14,109.00 11,566.80 2,542.20 0.00 2,542.20 EXPENSES 26,435.00 26,435.00 22,674.98 3,760.02 0.00 3,760.02 .. DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 40,115.00 40,544.00 34,241.78 6,302.22 0.00 . 6,302.22 FUEL - EXPENSES 57,800.00 71,800.00 69,713.91 2,086.09 0.00 2,086.09 DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 57,800.00 71,800.00 69,713.91 2,086.09 0.00 2,086.09 - FIRE/RESCUE SALARIES 1,207,079.00 1,250,126.34 1,250,065.30 61.04 0.00 61.04 .. EXPENSES 155,541.00 268,383.29 246,376.83 22,006.46 8,350.34 13,656.12 EQUIPMENT 93,500.00 268,880.40 137,766.70 131,113.70 131,113.70 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 1,456,120.00 1,787 ,390.03 1,634,208.83 153,181.20 139,464.04 13,717.16 - FIRE BUILDING EXPENSES 40,064.00 47,851.55 45,583.78 2,267.77 0.00 2,267.77 - CIP SITE IMPROVEMENT 0.00 4,395.50 0.00 4,395.50 0.00 4,395.50 DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 40,064.00 52,247.05 45,583.78 6,663.27 0.00 6,663.27 - BUILDING SALARIES 116,917.00 119,688.00 119,359.23 328.77 0.00 328.77 - EXPENSES 40,281.00 40,281.00 37,419.50 2,861.50 0.00 2,861.50 DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 157,198.00 159,969.00 156,778.73 3,190.27 0.00 3,190.27 - BUILDING CODE BOARD OF APPEALS SALARIES 500.00 515.00 0.00 515.00 0.00 515.00 EXPENSES 100.00 100.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 100.00 - DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 600.00 615.00 0.00 615.00 0.00 615.00 - WEIGHTS & MEASURES EXPENSES 7,300.00 7,300.00 0.00 7,300.00 0.00 7,300.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 7,300.00 7,300.00 0.00 7,300.00 0.00 7,300.00 - CIVIL DEFENSE SALARIES 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,250.00 250.00 0.00 250.00 .. EXPENSES 1,600.00 1,600.00 1,199.98 400.02 0.00 400.02 DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 3,100.00 3,100.00 2,449.98 650.02 0.00 650.02 .. TREE SALARIES 49,894.00 50,198.00 49,722.87 475.13 0.00 475.13 - EXPENSES 26,880.00 26,880.00 25,375.99 1,504.01 0.00 1,504.01 DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 76,774.00 77,078.00 75,098.86 1,979.14 0.00 1,979.14 - SHELLFISH/HARBORMASTER SALARIES 161,177.00 161,750.12 160,161.48 1,588.64 0.00 1,588.64 - EXPENSES 22,875.00 41,375.00 37,651.23 3,723.71 3,723.77 0.00 EQUIPMENT 58,000.00 58,000.00 27,684.48 30,315.52 30,290.67 24.85 ENGINEERING 0.00 8,380.00 0.00 8,380.00 0.00 8,380.00 - SHELLFISH PROJECT 18,000.00 24,960.00 5,045.52 19,914.48 19,914.48 0.00 SHELLFISH PROPAGATION 0.00 6,000.00 1,736.70 4,263.30 4,263.30 0.00 CIP LAUNCH RAMP 4008 0.00 3,335.86 1,475.00 1,860.86 1,860.86 0.00 - DEPARTMENT TOTAlS 260,052.00 303,800.98 233,754.41 70,046.57 60,053.08 9,993.49 - - - 44 - ... - - REVISED EXPENDITURES BAlANCE AS OF BAlANCE BALANCE DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION BUDGET NET OF REFUNDS JUNE 3D, 2002 CARRIED FWD CLOSED ... ... - EDUCA TION ORLEANS ELEM.SCHOOL ... SALARIES 289,792.00 291,677.00 290,710.92 966.08 0.00 966.08 EXPENSES 2,574,254.00 2,642,282.37 2,572,473.10 69,809.27 69,062.63 746.64 ... AFTER SCHOOL PROG INS 2,250.00 2,250.00 2,176.12 73.88 0.00 73.88 ORLEANS COMMUNITY PLA YGROU 0.00 38,842.62 19,602.46 19,240.16 19,240.16 0.00 AFTER SCHOOL PROG 2001 0.00 3,131.00 0.00 3,131.00 3,131.00 0.00 ... AFTER SCHOOL PROG 2002 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 2,871,296.00 2,983,182.99 2,889,962.60 93,220.39 91 ,433.79 1,786.60 ... NAUSET REG. ASSESS. EXPENSES 2,442,560.00 2,442,560.00 2,442,560.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 .. DEPARTMENT TOTALS 2,442,560.00, 2,442,560.00 2,442,560.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 C.C. TECH. ASSESS. - EXPENSES 235,521.00 235,521.00 235,521.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 235,521.00 235,521.00 235,521.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 .. PUBLIC WORKS .. HIGHWAY SALARIES 395,355.00 406,946.80 399,049.78 7,897.02 0.00 7,897.02 EXPENSES 88,720.00 90,220.00 88,216.72 2,003.28 1,500.00 503.28 ... EQUIPMENT 157,000.00 121,599.62 116,235.33 5,364.29 2,500.00 2,864.29 ENGINEERING 15,000.00 17,475.00 7,852.40 9,622.60 2,500.00 7,122.60 ... ROAD REPAIR 26,400.00 26.400.00 26,400.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DRAINAGE 15,000.00 15,000.00 13,066.64 1,933.36 0.00 1,933.36 CIP LAYOUT TOWN ROAD 0.00 4,167.25 0.00 4,167.25 4,167.25 0.00 ... DEPARTMENT TOTALS 697,475.00 681,808.67 650,820.87 30,987.80 10,667.25 20,320.55 SNOW REMOVAL - SALARIES 21,424.00 22,174.00 5,393.56 16,780.44 0.00 16,780.44 EXPENSES 62,576.00 62,576.00 28,056.00 34,520.00 12,950.00 21,570.00 - DEPARTMENT TOTALS 84,000.00 84,750.00 33,449.56 51,300.44 12,950.00 38,350.44 STREET LIGHTS .. EXPENSES 29,469.00 31,469.00 31,469.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 29,469.00 31,469.00 31,469,00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - TRANSFER STATION SALARIES 127,126.00 138,767.85 138,204.94 562.91 0.00 562.91 ... EXPENSES 472,446.00 468,046.00 356,157.11 111,888.89 46,037.52 65,851.37 EQUIPMENT 9,800.00 137,772.21 113,965.37 23,806.84 0.00 23,806.84 HAZARDOUS WASTE 15,675.00 15,675.00 15,675.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 ... DEPARTMENT TOTALS 625,047.00 760,261.06 624,002.42 136,258.64 46,037.52 90,221.12 HUMAN SERVICES ... HEALTH - SALARIES 161,420.00 165,430.00 165,428.99 1.01 0.00 1.01 EXPENSES 25,038.00 25,038.00 18,795.60 6,242.40 0.00 6,242.40 SEPTIC BETTERMENT 5019 0.00 1,056.15 0.00 1,056.15 1,056.15 0.00 - SEPTIC BETTERMENT 4027 0.00 18,000.00 0.00 18,000.00 18,000.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 186,458.00 209,524.15 184,224.59 25,299.56 19,056.15 6,243.41 ... COUNCIL ON AGING SALARIES 148,472.00 151,583.28 151,583.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 EXPENSES 32,365.00 32,365.00 32,365.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 ... DEPARTMENT TOTALS 180,837.00 183,948.28 183,948.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 - - 45 - .. - - - REVISED EXPENDITURES BALANCE AS OF BALANCE BALANCE - DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION BUDGET NET OF REFUNDS JUNE 30, 2002 CARRIED FWD CLOSED HUMAN SERVICES EXPENSES 48,482.00 48,482.00 48,482.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - DEPARTMENT TOTALS 48,482.00 48,482.00 48,482.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 VETERANS BENEFITS - VETS ASSESSMENT 12,560.00 14,818.70 14,818.70 0.00 0.00 0.00 VETS BENEFITS 7,241.00 9,646.00 9,646.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - DEPARTMENT TOTALS 19,801.00 24,464.70 24,464.70 0.00 0.00 0.00 CUL TURE/RECREA TIOH - SNOW LIBRARY SALARIES 259,235.00 264,806.50 254,993.94 9,812.56 0.00 9,612.56 - EXPENSES 69,245.00 89,245.00 69,231.35 13.65 0.00 13.65 EQUIPMENT 0.00 7,000.00 2,900.00 4,100.00 0.00 4,100.00 - DEPARTMENT TOTALS 348,480.00 361,051.50 347,125.29 13,926.21 0.00 13,926.21 RECREATION - SALARIES 86,291.00 89,561.95 69,325.24 236.71 0.00 236.71 EXPENSES 17,336.00 17,336.00 17,244.63 91.37 0.00 91.37 SKATEBOARD PARK 2002 4,500.00 4,500.00 4,200.00 300.00 0.00 300.00 - DEPARTMENT TOTALS 110,127.00 111,397.95 110,769.87 628.08 0.00 628.08 - WINDMILL SALARIES 4,940.00 5,088.20 4,410.21 677.99 0.00 677.99 EXPENSES 2,015.00 2,015.00 1,702.31 312.69 0.00 312.69 - EQUIPMENT 1,500.00 2,661.96 537.08 2,124.88 2,124.88 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 8,455.00 9,765.16 6,649.60 3,115.56 2,124.88 990.68 - PARKS & BEACHES SALARIES 643,140.00 652,311.64 583,120.19 69,191.45 0.00 69,191.45 - EXPENSES 144,731.00 157,923.95 157,008.50 915.45 0.00 915.45 EQUIPMENT 35,000.00 67,452.53 44,937.02 22,515.51 22,515.51 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 822,871.00 877,688.12 785,065.71 92,622.41 22,515.51 70,106.90 - HERRING BROOK SALARIES 375.00 375.00 375.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - EXPENSES 100.00 100.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 100.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 475.00 475.00 375.00 100.00 0.00 100.00 - O.K.H.REG. DIST. SALARIES 951.00 979.53 728.39 251.14 0.00 251.14 - EXPENSES 320.00 515.00 374.24 140.76 0.00 140.76 HISTORICAL MARKERS 0.00 2.500.00 0.00 2,500.00 2,500.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 1,271.00 3,994.53 1,102.63 2,891.90 2,500.00 391.90 - MEM. & VETS. DAY - EXPENSES 2,573.00 2,573.00 2,246.58 326.42 0.00 326.42 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 2,573.00 2,573.00 2,246.58 326.42 0.00 326.42 - CULTURAL COUNCIL EXPENSES 650.00 650.00 650.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 650.00 650.00 650.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - SPEC. EVENTS & INFO. EXPENSES 8,950.00 8,950.00 7,500.76 1,449.24 0.00 1,449.24 - JULY 4TH FIREWORKS 0.00 17,000.00 0.00 17,000.00 17,000.00 0.00 JULY 4TH FIREWORKS 2002 12,000.00 12,000.00 12,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - FUND JULY 4TH BAND 0.00 5,000.00 4,781.94 218.06 0.00 218.06 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 20,950.00 42,950.00 24,282.70 18,667.30 17,000.00 1,667.30 - DEBT SERVICE PRINCIPAL NOTES & BONDS - EXPENSES 927,500.00 957,500.00 950,000.00 7,500.00 0.00 7.500.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 927 ,500.00 957 ,500.00 950,000.00 7,500.00 0.00 7,500.00 - - - 46 - ... - - REVISED EXPENDITURES BALANCE AS OF BALANCE BALANCE DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION BUDGET' NET OF REFUNDS JUNE 3D, 2002 CARRIED FWD CLOSED - INTEREST NOTES & BONDS EXPENSES 454,538.00 453,001.00 357,394.90 95,606.10 0.00 95,606.10 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 454,538.00 453,001.00 357,394.90 95,606.10 0.00 95,606.10 - STATE & COUNTY ASSESS. - EXPENSES 929,366,00 926,965.00 937,238.22 -10,273.22 0.00 -10,273.22 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 929,366.00 926,965.00 937 ,238.22 -10,273.22 0.00 -10,273.22 - INSURANCE & BONDS ... EXPENSES 168,492,00 168.492.00 168,492.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 168,492.00 168,492.00 168,492.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - UNEMP COMPENSATION EXPENSES 8.511.00 8,511.00 684.46 7,826.54 0.00 7,826.54 ... DEPARTMENT TOTALS 8,511.00 8,511.00 684.46 7,826.54 0.00 7 ,826.54 EMP HEALTH/MEDICARE - EXPENSES 897,465.00 906,779.00 902,260.61 4,518.39 0.00 4,518.39 DEPARTMENT TOTALS 897,465.00 906,779.00 902,260.61 4,518.39 0.00 4,518.39 - GENERAL FUND TOTAL 17,742,756.00 18,838,956.97 17,371,196.06 1,467,760.91 843,348.09 624,412.82 - CAPITAL PROJECTS ... PAST ARTICLES ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 11-99 0.00 185,987.00 183,011.81 2,975.19 2,975.19 0.00 - ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 85-97 0.00 6,090.88 1,843.75 4,247.13 4,246.25 0.88 ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 86-98 0.00 40,825.00 39,200.00 1,625.00 1.625.00 0.00 - ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 113-98 0.00 88,349.42 24,471.00 63.878.42 63,878.42 0.00 ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 53 0.00 76,933.27 63,223.27 13,710.00 13,710.00 0.00 ROAD RECONSTRUCTION 127 0.00 76,933.27 7,057.02 69,876.25 69,876.25 0.00 ... CH 90 PAST ARTICLE TOTALS 0.00 475,118.84 318,806.85 156,311.99 156,311.11 0.88 CIP CAPPING LANDFILL 3007 0.00 94,148.16 0.00 94,148.16 94,148.16 0.00 - LANDFILL PAST ARTICLE TOTALS 0.00 94,148.16 0.00 94,148.16 94,148.16 0.00 .. CIP REPLACE BULKHEAD 0.00 27,765,86 4,742.00 23,023.86 23,023.86 0.00 BULKHEAD PAST ARTICLE TOTAL 0.00 27,765.86 4,742.00 23,023.86 23,023.86 0.00 .. PUMP TEST WELL #8 0.00 47,452.94 43,258.71 4,194.23 4,194.23 0.00 IRON & MANGANESE 0.00 10,268.79 0.00 10.268.79 10,268.79 0.00 ... IRON & MANGANESE 360,000.00 360.000.00 146,910.37 213,089.63 213,089.63 0.00 WATER PAST ARTICLE TOTALS 360,000.00 417,721.73 190,169.08 227,552.65 227,552.65 0.00 ... FUND SCENIC & NATURAL 0.00 20,000.00 0.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 PORTINIMICUT ROAD 0.00 2,500.00 0.00 2.500.00 2,500.00 0.00 CONSERVATION ARTICLE TOTAL 0.00 22,500.00 0.00 22,500.00 22,500.00 0.00 ... AM LEGION PROPERTY 0,00 398,500.00 398,500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 TOB CONSTRUCTION 0.00 60,613.32 15,000.00 45,613.32 45,613.32 0.00 ... TOB CONSTRUCTION 0.00 459,113.32 413,500.00 45,613.32 45,613.32 0.00 ... GRAND TOTAL CAP. PROJECTS 360,000.00 1,496,367.91 927,217.93 569,149.98 569,149.10 0.88 WATER SPECIAL REV. FUND - WATER DEPARTMENT SALARIES 370,452.00 380,770.00 374.783.17 5.986.83 0.00 5.986.83 - EXPENSES 234,402.00 282.495.46 213,160.42 69,335.04 0.00 69,335.04 EQUIPMENT 98,500.00 156.398.33 141.530.19 14,868.14 14,788.10 80.04 ... OTHER ASSESSMENTS 2,732.00 2,732.00 2,731.46 0.54 0.00 0.54 WATER SERVICE CONNECTIONS 0.00 65,397,05 4.892.90 60,504.15 60,504.15 0.00 ENGINEERING 5,000.00 5,000.00 2,750.00 2,250.00 0.00 2,250.00 - - 47 - .. - - - REVISED EXPENDITURES BALANCE AS OF BALANCE BAlANCE - DEPARTMENT APPROPRIATION BUDGET NET OF REFUNDS JUNE 30, 2002 CARRIED FWD CLOSED DEPARTMENT TOTALS 711,086.00 892,792.84 739,848.14 152,944.70 75,292.25 77,652.45 - WATER GRAND TOTAL 711,086.00 892,792.84 739,848.14 152,944.70 75,292.25 77,652.45 - GR TOTAL ALL FUNDS 18,813,842.00 21 ,228,117.72 19,038,262.13 2,189,855.59 1,487,789.44 702,066.15 CIP = Capilallmprovement Plan - - - - TOWN OF ORLEANS, MASSACHUSETTS COMBINED BALANCE SHEET - ALL FUND TYPES AND ACCOUNT GROUP JUNE 30, 2002 - FIDUCIARY - FUND ACCOUNT GOVERNMENTAL FUND TYPES TYPES GROUP - General Combined Special Capital Trust Long-term Totals - General Revenue Project & Agency Obligations (Memorandum Fund Funds Funds Funds Group Only) ASSETS: - Cash and cash equivalents $ 5,408,070 $ 4,513,036 $ 39 2,838 $ 1,659,527 $ $ 11,973,471 Receivables: - Property taxes 163,566 4,330 167,896 Motor vehicle and other excise 37,692 37,692 Tax liens 89,211 89,211 - Water - User charges and unbilled services 576,315 576,315 Deferred property taxes 112,060 112,060 Departmental 10,056 10,056 - Less: Provision for abatements and exemptions (85,100) (85,100) Betterment receivables 510 56,152 56,662 Due from other govemments 7,044 480,083 487,127 - Amount to be provided for payment of long-term obligations 11,718,500 11,718,500 TOTAL ASSETS $ 5,743,109 $ 5,629,916 $ 39 2,838 $ 1,659,527 $ 11,718,500 $ 25,143,890 - LIABILITIES: - Accounts payable and accrued expenses $ 854,373 $ 32,445 $ $ 3,802 $ $ 890,620 Other liabilities 31,139 31,139 Deferred revenue 271,262 1,058,571 1,329,833 - Accrued compensated absences 725,000 725,000 Landfill closure obligations 3,725,000 3,725,000 Notes payable 465,000 360,000 825,000 - Bonds payable 7,268,500 7,268,500 T otalliabilities 1,156,774 1,556,016 360,000 3,802 11,718,500 14,795,092 - FUND BALANCES: Reserved lor encumbrances and continuing appropriations 843,348 75,292 22,500 941.140 - Reserved lor endowments 480,926 480,926 Reserved lor expenditures 745,000 35,000 780,000 Reserved lor specific purposes 226,913 102,565 329.478 - Reserved lor rate stabilization 26,210 26,210 Unreserved: Designated 3,861,043 10,338 1,174.799 5,046,180 - Undesignated 2,744,864 2,744,864 Total fund balances 4,586,335 4,073,900 32,838 1,655,725 0 10,348,798 - TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND BALANCES $ 5,743,109 $ 5,629,916 $ 392,838 $ 1,659,527 $ 11,718,500 $ 25,143,890 - - - 48 - ... - - TOWN OF ORLEANS, MASSACHUSETTS OUTSTANDING LONG TERM DEBT .... JUNE 30, 2002 ... Amount Fiscal Original Outstanding ... Date of Year of Principal Interest at June 30, Description Issue Maturity Amount Rate 2002 .. General Debt: Land Acquisition 8/1/1998 2008 $ 350,000 4.5-5.1% $ 245,000 ... Refunded Debt-- 10/1/1997 2009 $ 2,685,000 6.25% $ 1,785,000 Land Acquisition 8/15/1999 2010 $ 995,000 4.514% $ 795,000 .... Rock Harbor Bulkhead 8/15/1999 2010 $ 500,000 4.514% $ 385,000 COA Building 8/15/1999 2010 $ 1,350,000 4.514% $ 1,080,000 ... Land Acquisition 4/15/1993 2003 $ 500,000 5.000% $ 30,000 Drainage 4/15/1993 2003 $ 370,000 5.000% $ 35,000 .. Mapping 2/15/1994 2004 $ 206,000 4.495% $ 20,000 Land Acquisition 7/15/2001 2021 $ 1,675,000 4.573% $ 1,620,000 .. Land Acquisition 7/15/2001 2011 $ 575,000 4.573% $ 525,000 Town Office Building 7/15/2001 2006 $ 300,000 4.573% $ 240,000 .... Land Acquisition 4/1/2002 2012 $ 398,500 3.969% $ 398,500 Septage- 2/15/1994 2004 $ 585,000 4.495% $ 110,000 ...- Total $ 7,268,500 ... Debt service to maturity consists of the following: ... Principal Interest Total ..... For the year ending ... June 30, 2003 $ 953,500 $ 323,447 $ 1,276,947 2004 $ 865,000 $ 272,921 $ 1,137,921 2005 $ 810,000 $ 236,226 $ 1,046,226 .. 2006 $ 806,000 $ 200,888 $ 1,006,888 2007 $ 744,000 $ 166,859 $ 910,859 .. Thereafter $ 3,090,000 $ 657,607 $ 3,747,607 Total $ 7,268,500 $ 1,857,948 $ 9,126,448 ... ... - This debt is considered to be outside of the Towm's debt limit of 5% of equalized valuation. - .. Of the refunded amount outstanding, $1.544,739, is considered outside the debt limit. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 49 .. .. - -- Town Clerk - - In 2002 we became a two-precinct town. I would like to thank the citizens of Orleans for their patience while we were undergoing the change from one to two precincts. In May we had our Annual Town - Meeting and Town Election. In September we had the State Primary, in October we held a Special Town - Meeting and we had a state election in November. The annual Old Kings Highway Historic District Commission election was also held in November. ... The demand for passport applications continues to increase and it is becoming well known that we are - passport acceptance agents. My Assistant and I are also Commissioners to Certify. We can swear in ... anyone who needs their Notary updated, a Justice of Peace, or a special designation from the Governor. Our office continues to post the weekly meeting schedule on the Town's website every Friday. This is a - service that makes it easier for the citizens to be aware of the upcoming committee, commission and board meetings. - I would like to extend my thanks to Town Administrator John Kelly and his staff, the Board of Selectmen, - and all the employees of the Town of Orleans for their cooperation and assistance. Special thanks to my - Assistant, Amy K. Summers, the Election Workers, and the Board of Registrars. - I hereby submit the following reports: 1. Town Meetings - May 13, 2002 Annual - May 13, 2002 Special within the Annual October 28, 2002 Special - 2. Elections ... May 21 , 2002 Annual September 17, 2002 State Primary - November 5, 2002 State Election - November 26, 2002 Old Kings Highway Historic District Committee 3. Reports - Dog Licenses Shellfish Permits - Hunting & Fishing Game Licenses - Passports - 4. Statistics: - Birth, Marriage and Deaths recorded in 2002 - Respectfully submitted, - Anne R. Lennon, CMC, CMMC Town Clerk - - - - 50 - - - ANNUAL TOWN MEETING Town Committees, Commissions and Boards as .. published in the 2001 Annual Town Report and hear MAY 13, 2002 the report of the Planning Board on the Local ... The Annual Town Meeting was convened when Comprehensive Plan. ... the SPECIAL TOWN MEETING WAS CLOSED. ACTION: Voice vote carries unanimously. .. The chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Ken PLANNING BOARD REPORT ON THE OFFICIAL Farrar moved to vote to dispense with the reading TOWN PLAN ... of the 'Warrant except the Preamble, Conclusion, and Attestation thereof. I would like to take this opportunity to brief you on - Voice vote carries unanimously. the progress the Town has made in implementing - the Orleans Comprehensive Plan. PROCEDURAL MOTION - TWO THIRDS VOICE The Town Plan was revised by the Town Meeting in II1II VOTE May of 2001 , and subsequently certified by the Cape .. Cod Commission as being consistent with the The chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Ken Regional Policy Plan. The Town Charter was .. Farrar, moved that pursuant to the provisions of amended last year as well. The Charter gives the General Laws Chapter 39, Section 15, that the Town Planning Board a significant role in recommending .. Moderator may conduct all votes requiring a two- priorities for implementing the various actions that thirds majority by statute in the same manner in are in the Town Plan. The Planning Board annually - which the Moderator conducts the vote when a monitors the progress of boards, committee and majority vote is required. This vote shall be in effect town staff to ensure that long-range planning we for the entire 2002 Annual Town Meeting. continues to be a part of the Town's Operations. we Voice vote carries unanimously. Last year, the Planning Board reported that more - than 40% of the near-term recommendation items The chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Ken in the Plan have been started. That percentage - Farrar moved that all Town Officials or department has increased only slightly in the last 12 months. ' . managers or their duly designated representative, Many of the recommendations take several years - required to attend Town Meeting pursuant to Section to accomplish or are ongoing responsibilities. If you 2-7-3 of the charter, and Michael Gradone, Nauset are interested in reviewing the status of a particular .. Regional School Superintendent, and Kyle Hinkle, recommendation, a full report is available through Executive Director of the Orleans Chamber of the Town Planning Department. ... Commerce, all of who are not residents of the Town of Orleans, be permitted to address the Town There are a couple of major initiatives to which I ... Meeting on matters affecting their offices, would call your attention. department or organization, or projects for which - they have performed services for the Town. Planning to meet the needs for municipal facilities is underway. A new study - Voice vote carries unanimously. committee has been formed to evaluate the best use of Town Hall and the recently- .. ARTICLE 1. REPORT OF THE SELECTMEN, purchased American Legion Building. They - are charged to look at all options for using TOWN OFFICERS AND the two properties effectively. ... SPECIAL COMMITTEES To act upon the Annual Report of the Board of The Town is making progress on wastewater - Selectmen, Town Officers and other Special management planning. This summer will Committees. (Board of Selectmen) commence the second year of a three-year ... MOTION: That the Town vote to accept and adopt effort to measure water quality in the town's water bodies. The Town is proceeding .. the report of the Selectmen, Town Officers and all 51 - - - - deliberately in this regard, to be certain that seriously, and is tracking progress on each action. - future solutions will be necessary and Ultimately, it is up to the voters of the Town to appropriate to the community. consider and approve many of the recom- - mendations is the Comprehensive Plan. We would The Village Center Plan is another significant welcome any comments you may have on how the - planning project. A downtown market study Town is doing in setting it priorities and planning for was completed through a State grant to tell its future. - us the kinds of businesses that might succeed in Orleans in the future. This - ARTICLE 2. TOWN/SCHOOL BUDGET information is being coordinated with - opinions expressed by residents in a consumer survey. In the meantime, there To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate .. are 3 articles on tonight's Warrant intended and/or transfer from available funds a sum of money to set the Village Center as a unique zoning to fund and pay departmental expenses for the fiscal .. district, so that we can begin to encourage year commencing July 1, 2002 and ending June the types of activities in the Village Center 30,2003 and to authorize the Board of Selectmen .. that residents have said are desirable. to sell, trade, lease or exchange or otherwise dispose of old equipment or vehicles deemed - Several other recommendations from the advisable and in the best interest of the Town. The .. Comprehensive Plan are ongoing actions proceeds from any such disposition to be applied including the following: toward the cost of acquiring said equipment or .- service as the case may be, or to take any other 1. Open Space protection contin- action relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen) .- ues, as Land Bank funds are being ,used to target high priority MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #2 and .- lands for purchase or Conser- that the Town Meeting adopt the Selectmen's vation Restriction. adopted FY03 budget as printed in the Warrant and .. that the sum of Seventeen Million Six hundred Fifty 2. Several Zoning changes are Thousand Nine Hundred Thirty-One and 00/100 .. being proposed tonight that are ($17,650, 931.00) Dollars be raised and recommended in the Compre- appropriated and that the sum of Seven Hundred .- hensive Plan. Sixteen Thousand and 00/100 ($716,000.00) Dollars be transferred from free cash and the sum .. 3. The design for a water treatment of Three Hundred Thirty Three Thousand Thirteen plant to improve drinking water and 00/100 ($333,013,00.00) Dollars be transferred .- has been completed. The from the Land Bank Account, the sum of Four .- development of an 8th drinking Hundred Forty-One Thousand Eight Hundred Forty- well is underway. Eight and 00/100 ($441,848.00) Dollars be .- transferred from the Ambulance Receipts Reserve 4. Several road improvement for Appropriation and the sum of Three Thousand ... projects are being planned, and 00/100 Dollars be transferred from the Water including Skaket Corners, for Ways Improvement Fund for a total appropriation ~ which State funding is available of Nineteen Million One Hundred Forty-Four this year. Thousand Seven Hundred Ninety-Two and 00/100 .. ($19,144,792.00) Dollars for this purpose. Many other actions are under way to ensure that .- Orleans remains a fine community in which to live. ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. The Planning Board takes its role in the Town's future ... .- .- 52 - --- ... - TOWN OF ORLEANS .. PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1,2002 - JUNE 30, 2003 ... 2002 2003 DOLLAR PCT ADOPTED PROPOSED CHANGE CHANGE ... LINE # ::::::::::: ::::GENERAl:GOVERNMEHT::::::::::::::: ......................................... - 122 SELECTMENfTOWN ADMINISTRATOR 1 SALARY 247,786 227,752 (20,034) -8.09% 2 EXPENSE 200,830 198,380 (2,450) -1.22% .. TOTAL SELECTMENfTOWN ADMINISTRATOR 448,616 426,132 (22,484) -5.01% ... 123 TELEPHONE/COMMUNICATIONS 3 EXPENSE 30,180 27,500 (2,680) -8.88% TOTAL TELEPHONElCOMMUNICA TIONS 30,180 27,500 (2,680) -8.88% .. 124 CABLE TELEVISION WIll 4 SALARY 2,500 3,000 500 20.00% 5 EXPENSE 700 700 - 0.00% .. TOTAL CABLE TELEVISION 3,200 3,700 500 15.63% .. 131 FINANCE COMMITTEE 6 EXPENSE 2,070 1,495 (575) -27.78% 7 RESERVE FUND 113,000 113,000 - 0.00% ... TOTAL FINANCE COMMITTEE 115,070 114,495 (575) -0.50% ... 135 FINANCE DIRECTOR 8 SALARY 136,686 140,437 3,751 2.74% ... 9 EXPENSE 17,690 2,680 (15,010) -84.85% TOTAL FINANCE DIRECTOR 154,376 143,117 (11,259) -7.29% - 141 ASSESSING 10 SALARY 144,885 147,031 2,146 1.48% ... 11 EXPENSE 63,540 58,185 (5,355) -8.43% TOTAL ASSESSING 208,425 205,216 (3,209) -1.54% ... 145 TREASURE~COLLECTOR 12 SALARY 157,674 159,796 2,122 1.35% ... 13 EXPENSE 44,554 44,234 (320) -0.72% TOTAL TREASURER/COLLECTOR 202,228 204,030 1,802 0.89% ... 155 COMPUTER SYSTEMS -- 14 SALARY 54,402 55,762 1,360 2.50% 15 EXPENSE 38,609 41,172 2,563 6.64% 16 CAPITAL OUTLAY 50,000 46,000 (4,000) -8.00% .. TOTAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS 143,011 142,934 (77) -0.05% -- 161 TOWN CLERKlELECTlONSNOTER REG. 17 SALARY 90,253 91,010 757 0.84% - 18 EXPENSE 12,500 12,800 300 2.40% 19 CAPITAL OUTLAY 2,400 3,000 600 25.00% TOTAL TOWN CLERK 105,153 106,810 1,657 1.58% ... 171 CONSERVATION .. 20 SALARY 76,542 78,570 2,028 2.65% 21 EXPENSE 4,750 4,850 100 2.11% ... 22 CAP IT AL OUTLAY - TOTAL CONSERVATION 81,292 83,420 2,128 2.62% - 172 WATER QUALITY 23 EXPENSE 1,400 1 ,400 0.00% - TOTAL WATER QUALITY 1 ,400 1,400 0.00% ... 53 - .. - - 2002 2003 DOLLAR PCT - LINE # ADOPTED PROPOSED CHANGE CHANGE 175 PLANNING - 24 SALARY 134,271 138,799 4,528 3.37% 25 EXPENSE 7,900 7,900 - 0.00% - TOTAL PLANNING 142,171 146,699 4,528 3.18% - 176 ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS - 26 SALARY 10,090 10,478 388 3.85% 27 EXPENSE 4,590 4,825 235 5.12% - TOTAL ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 14,680 15,303 623 4.24% - 179 OPEN SPACE COMMITTEE 28 SALARY 1,204 - (1,204) -100.00% 29 EXPENSE 1,100 1,100 - 0.00% - TOTAL OPEN SPACE COMMITTEE 2,304 1,100 (1,204) -52.26% - 192 TOWN OFFICE BUILDING 30 SALARY 28,327 28,443 116 0.41% - 31 EXPENSE 43,061 76,418 33,357 77 .46% 32 CAPITAL OUTLAY - 42,200 42,200 - TOTAL TOWN OFFICE BUILDING 71,388 147,061 75,673 106.00% 195 TOWN REPORTSITOWN MEETING - 33 EXPENSE 17 ,250 15,750 (1,500) -8.70% TOTAL TOWN REPORTSITOWN MEETING 17,250 15,750 (1,500) -8.70% - 198 COMMUNITY CENTER - 34 EXPENSE 16,985 18,039 1,054 6.21% TOTAL COMMUNITY CENTER 16,985 18,039 1,054 6.21% - GENERAL GOVERNMENT 1,757,729 1,802,706 44,977 2.56% - .:::.::::::::::::::::::::~W~::$~~TV::::::::::::::::::::::::: 205 ANIMAL CONTROL - 35 EXPENSE 14,500 - (14,500) -100.00% TOTAL ANIMAL CONTROL 14,500 - (14,500) -100.00% - 210 POLICE/COMMUNICATIONS 36 SALARY 1,388,401 1,497,416 109,015 7.85% - 37 EXPENSE 101,055 102,696 1,641 1.62% 38 CAPITAL OUTLAY 55,000 25,000 (30,000) -54.55% - TOTAL POLICE/COMMUNICATIONS 1,544,456 1,625,112 80,656 5.22% - 211 POLICE BUILDING 39 SALARY 14,109 14,159 50 0.35% 40 EXPENSE 26,435 29,910 3,475 13.15% - 41 CAPITAL OUTLAY - 12,500 12,500 TOTAL POLICE BUILDING 40,544 56,569 16,025 39.52% - 213 FUEL - 42 EXPENSE 57,800 65,636 7,836 13.56% 43 CAPITAL OUTLAY - 25,000 25,000 - TOTAL FUEL 57,800 90,636 32,836 56.81 % 220 FIRE/RESCUE - 44 SALARY 1,232,797 1,434,044 201,247 16.32% 45 EXPENSE 155,541 238,089 82,548 53.07% - 46 CAPITAL OUT LA Y 218,500 37,500 (181,000) -82.84% TOTAL FIRE/RESCUE 1,606,838 1,709,633 102,795 6.40% - - 54 - ... - 2002 2003 DOLLAR PCT LINE # ADOPTED PROPOSED CHANGE CHANGE - 221 FIRE BUILDING - 47 EXPENSE 40,064 43,149 3,085 7.70% 48 CAPITAL OUTLAY - 1,950 1,950 - TOTAL FIRE BUILDING 40,064 45,099 5,035 12.57% ... 241 BUILDING 49 SALARY 119,714 123,794 4,080 3.41% 50 EXPENSE 40,281 48,324 8,043 19.97% ... TOTAL BUILDING 159,995 172,118 12,123 7.58% - 242 BUILDING CODE BOARD OF APPEALS 51 SALARY 515 500 (15) -2.91% .. 52 EXPENSE 100 100 - 0.00% TOTAL BUILDING CODE BOARD OF APPEALS 615 600 (15) -2.44% - SEALER OF WEIGHTS & MEASURES - 244 53 EXPENSE 7,300 2,000 (5,300) -72.60% TOTAL SEALER OF WEIGHTS & MEASURES 7,300 2,000 (5,300) -72.60% - 291 CIVIL DEFENSE - 54 SALARY 1,500 1,500 - 0.00% 55 EXPENSE 1,600 2,600 1,000 62.50% .. TOTAL CIVIL DEFENSE 3,100 4,100 1,000 32.26% 294 TREE WARDEN ... 56 SALARY 50,198 50,643 445 0.89% 57 EXPENSE 26,880 24,020 (2,860) -10.64% ... 58 CAPITAL OUTLAY - 17,500 17,500 TOTAL TREE WARDEN 77,078 92,163 15,085 19.57% ... 295 SHELLFISHlHARBORMASTER - 59 SALARY 161,750 164,971 3,221 1.99% 60 EXPENSE 59,375 58,249 (1,126) -1.90% 61 CAPITAL OUTLAY 58,000 20,500 (37,500) -64.66% - TOTAL SHELLFISH/HARBORMASTER 279,125 243,720 (35,405) -12.68% - PUBLIC SAFETY 3,831.415 4,041,750 210,335 5.49% - .................. . 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".'... .::::::::::::::::::::::::.::: 300 ORLEANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL .- 62 SALARY 289,792 332.466 42,674 14.73% 63 EXPENSE 2,574,254 2,604,643 30,389 1.18% TOTAL ORLEANS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2,864,046 2,937,109 73,063 2.55% ... 310 NAUSET REGIONAL ASSESSMENT ... 64 EXPENSE 2,442,560 2,516,203 73,643 3.01% TOTAL NAUSET REGIONAL ASSESSMENT 2.442,560 2,516,203 73,643 3.01% - 330 CAPE COD TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT 65 EXPENSE 235,521 261,400 25,879 10.99% - TOTAL CAPE COD TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT 235,521 261,400 25,879 10.99% .- EDUCATION 5,542,127 5,714,712 172,585 3.11% ... :: ::P.U~~ :w:bf{i<~AN[) fi'AClltl'IEJ(: 421 HIGHWAY - 66 SALARY 405,547 422,527 16,980 4.19% 67 EXPENSE 145,120 129,221 (15,899) -10.96% - 55 - - - - 2002 2003 DOLLAR PCT - LINE # ADOPTED PROPOSED CHANGE CHANGE 68 CAPITAL OUTLAY 157,000 191,439 34,439 21.94% - TOTAL HIGHWAY 707,667 743,187 35,520 5.02% - 423 SNOW REMOVAL 69 SALARY 22,174 26,001 3,827 17.26% 70 EXPENSE 62,576 58,000 (4,576) -7.31% - TOTAL SNOW REMOVAL 84,750 84,001 (749) -0.88% - 424 STREET LIGHTS 71 EXPENSE 29,469 32,416 2,947 10.00% - TOTAL STREET LIGHTS 29,469 32,416 2,947 10.00% - 431 TRANSFER STATION 72 SALARY 131,432 126,627 (4,805) -3.66% 73 EXPENSE 488,121 389,151 (98,970) -20.28% - 74 CAPITAL OUTLAY 9,800 5,500 (4,300) -43.88% TOTAL TRANSFER STATION 629,353 521,278 (108,075) -17.17% - - - 450 WATER - 75 SALARY 380,770 409,327 28,557 7.50% 76 EXPENSE 242,134 228,482 (13,652) -5.64% 77 CAPITAL OUTLAY 98,500 74,000 (24,500) -24.87% - TOTAL WATER-SRF (see note 1) 721,404 711,809 (9,595) -1.33% - PUBLIC WORKS AND FACILITIES 2,172,643 2,092,691 (79,952) -3.68% - :::::::::::::::::::::: HUMANSERV1C:eS:::::::::::::::::::::: ......................................... 510 HEALTH 78 SALARY 165,430 169,198 3,768 2.28% - 79 EXPENSE 25,038 50,855 25,817 103.11% TOTAL HEALTH 190,468 220,053 29,585 15.53% - 541 COUNCIL ON AGING - 80 SALARY 151,583 188,057 36,474 24.06% 81 EXPENSE 32,365 91,095 58,730 181.46% TOTAL COUNCIL ON AGING 183,948 279,152 95,204 51.76% - 542 HUMAN SERVICES - 82 EXPENSE 48,482 49,434 952 1.96% TOTAL HUMAN SERVICES 48,482 49,434 952 1.96% - 543 VETERANS BENEFITS - 83 EXPENSE 22,060 23,862 1,802 8.17% TOTAL VETERANS BENEFITS 22,060 23,862 1,802 8.17% - HUMAN SERVICES 444,958 572,501 127,543 28.66% - ::<:<::~U~tU~E:~PRf;C~EAti(~t( <:: 610 SNOW LIBRARY - 84 SALARY 264,807 271,586 6,779 2.56% 85 EXPENSE 89,245 97,453 8,208 9.20% 86 CAPITAL OUT LA Y - 12,000 12,000 - TOTAL SNOW LIBRARY 354,052 381,039 26,987 7.62% - 630 RECREATION 87 SALARY 89,562 91,968 2,406 2.69% - - 56 - - .. 2002 2003 DOLlAR PCT LINE # ADOPTED PROPOSED CHANGE CHANGE .. 66 EXPENSE 17,336 17,336 - 0.00% 69 CAPITAL OUTLAY - 4,500 4,500 .. TOTAL RECREATION 106,898 113,804 6,906 6.46% .. 649 WINDMILL 90 SALARY 5,088 5,091 3 0.06% .. 91 EXPENSE 2,015 2,146 131 6.50% 92 CAPITAL OUTLAY 1,500 9,500 8,000 533.33% TOTAL WINDMill 8,603 16,737 8,134 94.55% .. 650 PARKS & BEACHES .. 93 SALARY 661,212 638,906 (22,306) -3.37% 94 EXPENSE 144,731 146,657 1,926 1.33% .. 95 CAPITAL OUTLAY 35,000 50,000 15,000 42.86% TOTAL PARKS & BEACHES 840,943 835,563 (5,380) -0.64% - 651 HERRING BROOK .. 96 SALARY 375 375 - 0.00% 97 EXPENSE 100 100 - 0.00% TOTAL HERRING BROOK 475 475 - 0.00% .. 690 OLD KINGS HIGHWAY REG DISTRIC - 98 SALARY 980 980 - 0.00% 99 EXPENSE 320 360 40 12.50% .. TOTAL OLD KINGS HIGHWAY REG DISTRIC 1,300 1,340 40 3.08% 692 MEMORIAL & VETERANS DAY - 100 EXPENSE 2,573 2,573 - 0.00% TOTAL MEMORIAL & VETERANS DAY 2,573 2,573 - 0.00% - 695 CULTURAL COUNCIL - 101 EXPENSE 650 650 - 0.00% TOTAL CULTURAL COUNCil 650 650 - 0.00% - 699 SPECIAL EVENTS & INFORMATION 102 EXPENSE 8,950 4,650 (4,300) 48.04% .. TOTAL SPECIAL EVENTS & INFORMATION 6,950 4,650 (4,300) 48.04% .. CULTURE AND RECREATION 1,324,444 1,356,831 32,387 2.45% .. :::::::::::::: ::::::: :DEBTSERViCE<:: ::.> >:: > <:>::: ................... ................... 710 PRINCIPAL. NOTES & BONDS .. 103 EXPENSE 957,500 986,000 28,500 2.98% TOTAL PRINCIPAl- NOTES & BONDS 957,500 986,000 28,500 2.98% ... 751 INTEREST. NOTES & BONDS 104 EXPENSE 453,001 363,756 (89,245) -19.70% - TOTAL INTEREST - NOTES & BONDS 453,001 363,756 (89,245) -19.70% .. DEBT SERVICE 1,410,501 1,349,756 (60,745) 4.31% :::: lrfl."E~Gl)V~R~M:EN:tAtJ.NS\JRAN(:E::: .. 820 STATE ASSESSMENTS 105 EXPENSE 87,560 89,750 2,190 2.50% .. TOTAL STATE ASSESSMENTS 87,560 89,750 2,190 2.50% ... 830 COUNTY ASSESSMENTS 106 SALARY 596,206 627,682 31,676 5.31% ... 107 EXPENSE 237,199 243,091 5,892 2.48% TOTAL COUNTY ASSESSMENTS 833,405 870,973 37,568 4.51% .. 57 .. .. - - 2002 2003 DOLLAR PCT - LINE # ADOPTED PROPOSED CHANGE CHANGE - 840 OTHER STATE & COUNTY CHARGES 108 EXPENSE 6,000 6,000 - 0.00% - TOTAL OTHER STATE & COUNTY CHARGES 6.000 6,000 - 0.00% - 912 INSURANCE NOTES AND BONDS 109 EXPENSE 168,492 188,863 20,371 12.09% TOTAL INSURANCE NOTES AND BONDS 168,492 188,863 20,371 12.09% - 913 UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION - 110 EXPENSE 8,511 7,963 (548) -6.44% TOTAL UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION 8,511 7,963 (548) -6.44% - 914 EMPLOYEE HEALTH & MEDICARE - 111 SALARY 897,465 1,050,296 152,831 17.03% TOTAL EMPLOYEE HEALTH & MEDICARE 897,465 1,050,296 152,831 17.03% - INTERGOVERNMENTAUINSURANCE 2,001,433 2,213,845 212,412 10.61% - TOTAL 18,485,250 19,144,792 659,542 3.57% - TOTAL-OPERATING BUDGETS 18,485,250 19,144,792 659,542 3.57% SPECIAL ARTICLES 212,092 165,151 (46,941) -22.13% - LAND BANK EXPENSES (NON-DEBT) - - - LAND BANK FUND 10,044 42,512 32,468 323.26% CAPITAL PLAN 125,000 125,000 - 0.00% - GRAND TOTAL 18,832,386 19,477,455 645,069 3.43% - Nole 1 Appropriations for employee benefits and debt payments associated with Water Department operations are included in the operating budget under employee health/medicare and debt se/Vice totals. A portion of the Water Department - revenues will be used to offset these costs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 58 - .. .. ARTICLE 3. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN contained therein, or to take any other action relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen) ... To see if the Town will vote pursuant to CHAPTER 8 FINANCIAL PROVISIONS AND MOTION: To accept and adopt and that pursuant ... PROCEDURES, Section 7, Action of Town to Chapter 8, FINANCIAL PROVISIONS AND Meeting, Sub Section 8 7 1 of the Orleans Home PROCEDURES, Section 7, Action of Town .. Rule Charter, to act on the Capital Improvement Meeting, Sub-Section 8-7, Action of Town MeetinQ, ... 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Cll :J.o ~E e fl.>- E Cll Q) Q)- .9 ~ Cll .J::>> "0= Ci <3:LL - - A MOTION TO CONSIDER ARTICLE #40 MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #4 as - OUT OF ORDER printed in the Warrant and that the sum of One I move to consider Article #40 entitled "Resolution- Hundred Thousand Twenty Five and 00/100 - Landfill Capping Project" at this point, out of order. ($125,000.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated for this purpose, together with expenses incidental - Moved by Sherman C. Reed and related thereto. - Seconded by E. John Wherry ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. - ACTION: Voted, the motion to take Article #40 out ACCEPT TRANSPORTATION of order was carried by the necessary two-thirds ARTICLE 5. majority vote. BOND BILL FUNDS - To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board - ARTICLE 40. RESOLUTION - LANDFILL of Selectmen to accept and enter into a contract CAPPING PROJECT for the expenditure of any funds allocated or to be - allocated from year to year by the Commonwealth To see if the Town will vote to adopt the following of Massachusetts and/or Barnstable County for the - Resolution; construction, reconstruction and improvements of Be it resolved by the voters of the Town of Orleans roads and bikeways within the Town of Orleans, or - that the Board of Selectmen and the Board of Health to take any other action relative thereto. (Board of - be authorized to proceed with the development of a Selectmen) plan for capping of the Orleans Landfill which - includes utilization of the existing landfill as a MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #5 and disposal area for processed construction and that said funds and their earned interest shall be - demolition materials and other materials approved expended to repair and resurface certain Town by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental roads under the direction of the Board of Selectmen. - Protection in order to save the Town landfill closure costs. ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. - Or take any other action relative thereto. ARTICLE 6. HOLDING STATE HARMLESS - FOR WORK MOTION: To accept and adopt this Article. To see if the Town will vote to assume liability in the - manner provided by Section 29 of Chapter 91 of ACTION: Voted, voice vote motion fails. the General Laws, as most recently amended by - Chapter 5 of the Acts of 1955, for all damages that ARTICLE 4. FUND FY03 TOWN-WIDE - WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT may be incurred by work to be performed by the PLAN Massachusetts Department of Environmental - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate Management for the improvement, development, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal - and/or transfer from available funds the sum of One rivers and streams, harbors, tide waters, foreshores Hundred Twenty-Five Thousand and 00/100 and shores along a public beach, in accordance - ($125,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of funding with Section 11 of Chapter 91 of the General Laws Phase 3 of a study of the current wastewater disposal and authorize the Selectmen to execute and deliver - practices to adequately protect the town's fresh water a bond of indemnity therefore to the Common- (public drinking water) and salt water resources, wealth, or to take any other action relative thereto. - including all expenses incidental and related thereto (Board of Selectmen) and authorize the Board of Selectmen or Town - Administrator to apply for and accept any Federal, MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #6 as State, County or other funds that may be available printed in the Warrant. - for this purpose and to enter into Intermunicipal Agreements for acceptance of any such grants or ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. - funds which shall be used to offset the total appropriation authorized herein, or to take any other ARTICLE 7. AUTHORIZATION TO SELL - action relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen) SURPLUS EQUIPMENT & ACCEPT GIFTS 62 - - .. - To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Town function. All funds to be spent under the direction .. Administrator to dispose of surplus supplies and of the department manager and the Town equipment under such terms and conditions as the Administrator, or to take any other action relative .. Town Administrator deems advisable, provided all thereto. (Council on Aging) proceeds from any such disposition are returned .. to the General Fund, and to accept any gift items MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #9 as that may be given to the Town on behalf of the printed in the Warrant and that a Revolving Account .. citizens of Orleans, or to take any other action be established in accordance with Massachusetts relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen) General Laws Chapter 44, Section 53E %. - MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #7 as ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. IIIIlIII printed in the Warrant. .. ARTICLE 10. ADOPT M.G.L. CHAPTER 44, ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. ~ 53E % (REVOLVING IIIIiI ACCOUNT FOR ARTICLE 8. ADOPT M.G.L. CHAPTER 44, CONSERVATION - ~53E % (REVOLVING PROPERTIES) ACCOUNT FOR TRANSFER To see if the Town will vote to authorize the III STATION) establishment of a Revolving Account, in To see if the Town will vote to authorize the accordance with Massachusetts General Law .. establishment of a Revolving Account, in Chapter 44, ~ 53E %, in the name of the accordance with Massachusetts General Law Conservation Properties Account, said account not .. Chapter 44, ~ 53E 112, in the name of the Home to exceed Ten Thousand and 00/100 ($10,000.00) Composting Bin/Recycling Containers Account, Dollars. The Account will be used to pay utility bills - said account not to exceed Fifteen Thousand and and other necessary expenses associated with the 00/100 ($15,000.00) Dollars. The Account will be rental of the properties. Said funds to be spent under .. used to purchase additional composting bins and the direction of the Conservation Commission and recycling containers. Said funds to be spent under the Town Administrator, or to take any other action .. the direction of the department manager and the relative thereto. (Conservation Commission) - Town Administrator, or to take any other action relative thereto. (Highway/Disposal Manager) MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #10 as .. printed in the Warrant and that a Revolving Account MOTION: To accept and adopt as printed in the be established in accordance with Massachusetts .. Warrant and that a Revolving Account be General Laws Chapter 44 Section 53E %. established in accordance with Massachusetts .. General Law Chapter 44, Section 53E %. ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. .. ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. ARTICLE 11. ADOPT M.G.L. CHAPTER 44, ~ 53E % (REVOLVING ... ARTICLE 9. ADOPT M.G.L. CHAPTER 44, ACCOUNT FOR GAVIGAN ~ 53E % (REVOLVING PROPERTY) - ACCOUNT FOR COUNCIL To see if the Town will vote to authorize the ON AGING) establishment of a Revolving Account, in .. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the accordance with Massachusetts General Law establishment of a Revolving Account, in Chapter 44, ~ 53E %, in the name of the Gavigan .. accordance with Massachusetts General Law Property Account, said account not to exceed Ten Chapter 44, ~ 53E %, in the name of the Council on Thousand and 00/100 ($10,000.00) Dollars. The - Aging Account, said account not to exceed Forty Account will be used to pay utility and other - Thousand and 00/100 ($40,000.00) Dollars. Monies necessary expenses associated with the rental of on hand in the Account will be used to fund the property. Said funds to be spent under the .. programs, class instructor fees, fees for direction of the department manager and the Town reservations and tickets related to trips and Administrator, or to take any other action relative .. functions, and an annual volunteer appreciation thereto. (Parks & Beaches Superintendent) 63 III .. ... ... MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #11 as ARTICLE 14. BAKER'S POND ROAD - printed in the Warrant and that a Revolving Account EXTENSION LAYOUT - be established in accordance with Massachusetts To see if the Town will vote to accept the doings and - General Laws Chapter 44 Section 53E %. report of the Selectmen to be filed with the Town Clerk on April 2, 2002 relative to the layout of Baker's ... ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. Pond Road Extension as a Town road, and instruct - the Selectmen to accept as a gift or to purchase or ARTICLE 12. FUND NON-UNION take by eminent domain on behalf of the Town of - EMPLOYEE COLA Orleans the land and/or an interest in the land within To see if the Town will vote to approve a general the sidelines of said layout for this purpose, or to ... cost of living wage increase for the period July 1, take any other action relative thereto. (Board of 2002 to June 30, 2003 for those employees who Selectmen) - are covered either by the Personnel Bylaw Compensation Plans A, B, D and E or applicable MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #14 and - employment/compensation agreements, and to that the Town accepts the doings and report of the raise and appropriate and/or transfer the sum of Board of Selectmen filed with the Town Clerk on - Forty Six Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-Eight and April 2, 2002 relative to laying out and making public 00/100 ($46,438.00) Dollars to fund such increase, the private way known as Baker's Pond Road - or to take any other action relative thereto. (Board Extension as a Town road and to authorize the Board - of Selectmen) of Selectmen to accept as a gift, purchase, or take by eminent domain on behalf of the Town of Orleans ., MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #12 as the land or an interest in the land within the sidelines printed in the Warrant and that the sum of Forty-Six of said layouts for this purpose. - Thousand Four Hundred Thirty Eight and 00/100 ($46,438.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated for ACTION: Standing vote, YES 287, NO 113, Motion ... this purpose. carries by the necessary two-thirds majority. - ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. ARTICLE 15. AMEND GENERAL BYLAW - MAIN STREET PARKING - ARTICLE 13. FUND BOARD OF To see if the Town will vote to amend the action taken SELECTMEN under Article 5 of the June 15, 1987 Special Town - Meeting, which permitted street parking in certain COMPENSATION To see if the Town will vote to fix the salaries of areas on the north side of Main Street, by permitting - the Board of Selectmen to waive the parking elected officials for the twelve month period provision on that portion of the northerly side of Main ... beginning July 1, 2002 as follows: Street at numbers 26 and 28, a distance of ... 1) Board of Selectmen (5) $1,000.00 each approximately 106 feet, in the event that they deem it necessary to effectuate safe and adequate flow 2) Moderator (1) $ 150.00 of traffic; and to further vote pursuant to Chapter 3, - 3) Constables (2) $ 100.00 each Section 3-5-3 of the Orleans Home Rule Charter to - and to raise and appropriate the sum of Five authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter into an Thousand Three Hundred Fifty and 00/100 Agreement with the Massachusetts Highway - ($5,350.00) Dollars for this purpose, or to take any Department to carry out the proposed traffic other action relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen) improvements provided for by the Main Street and ... Old Colony Way Transportation Improvement MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #13 as Project, substantially in accordance with the - printed in the Warrant and that the sum of Five proposed Agreement that is on file in the office of Thousand Three Hundred Fifty and 00/100 the Town Clerk, or to take any other action relative ... ($5,350.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated for thereto. (Board of Selectmen) this purpose. - MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #15 as ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. printed in the Warrant and the Main Street Bylaw be - so amended. - 64 - .. - ACTION: Motion carries by the necessary majority. A Number of Members. The Regional School District Committee, hereinafter referred - ARTICLE 16. AMEND GENERAL BYLAW - to as the Committee, beginning with the .. CH. 194, TOWN MEETINGS annual town elections of 2003, shall (Authorize Moderator on 2/3 Vote) consist of ten members, four from the - To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Town of Brewster, three from Orleans, Bylaw of the Town, Chapter 194, Town Meetings, two from Eastham and one from - as follows: Wellfleet. To achieve proportional representation on the Committee, .. By adding the following sentence to Section 194-7, effective following the annual elections of Method of Voting 2003, the members from Brewster, .. Eastham and Wellf/eet shall have one The Moderator may conduct all votes requiring a 2/ vote per member, and the members from .. 3 majority by statute in the same manner in which Orleans .8 (8/10) votes per member. All .. the Moderator conducts the vote when a majority ten members shall be elected by their vote is required. individual towns, as prescribed in - Paragraph B. below. MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #16 as - printed in the Warrant and the General Bylaws of B. Election of Members. pThe Nauset the Town be so amended. Regional School District shall consist of - four member towns, each of which shall ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unani-mously. elect repre-sentatives to serve for three- - year terms as described above; provided, ARTICLE 17. ADOPT M.G.L. CH. 71, however, that any member elected prior .. ~ 16B - ASSESSMENT to 2001 shall serve for a three-year term. FORMULA - NAUSET .. REGIONAL SCHOOLS At the annual town elections in 2002, - To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions Brewster and Orleans shall elect one of Massachusetts General Law Chapter 71 , ~ 16B, member each for terms of three years. - which would reallocate the sum of the member At the 2003 elections, Brewster, towns' contribution to the Nauset Regional School Eastham, and Orleans shall elect one - District in accordance with the Regional Agreement member each, for terms of three years. rather than the Education Reform Formula, so- At the 2004 elections, Brewster shall - called, or to take any other action relative thereto. elect two members, and Eastham, (Nauset Regional School Committee) Orleans and Wellfleet one member each, - for terms of three years. The terms of MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #17 as all such elected members shall .. printed in the Warrant. commence on the day following their election and continue for the terms for .. ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. which they are elected and thereafter until their successors are elected and .. ARTICLE 18. AMEND NAUSET REGIONAL qualified. Thereafter, at every succeeding SCHOOL DISTRICT annual and special town election when a - AGREEMENT SECTION member town is required to elect a - To see of the Town will vote to amend Section I of member, each town shall elect such the Nauset Regional School District Agreement by member to serve on the Committee for a .. deleting the present paragraphs lettered A and B, term of three years commencing on the and replacing them with the following: day following such elections." .. "SECTION I MOTION: To indefinitely postpone ARTICLE #18. .. Membership of the Nauset Reaional School ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously - Committee to indefinitely postpone. 65 - - - - ARTICLE 19. FUND CAPITAL SECTION IV - IMPROVEMENT - - NAUSET MIDDLE & HIGH Apportionment and Payment of Costs Incurred bv SCHOOL the District - To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate and/or transfer from available funds the sum of Forty A For the purpose of apportioning - Thousand Four Hundred Two and 00/100 assessments levied by the district against ($40,402.00) Dollars to fund Orleans' share of capital the member town, costs shall be divided into - improvements to the Nauset Regional Middle three categories: capital costs, operating School and Nauset Regional High School as follows: costs, and facility maintenance costs. - Replace carpet with vinyl tile - Middle School $ 35,000 B. Capital costs shall include all expenses in - Replace bleachers - Middle School the nature of capital outlaw such as the cost 10,000 - Replace tennis courts - Middle School 60,000 of acquiring land, the cost of constructing, Replace ball field backstop - Middle School 13,900 reconstructing and adding to buildings, and - Purchase additional security equipment- the cost of (remodeling or) making extraordinary repairs to a school building or Middle School 10,000 buildings, including without limitation the cost - Replace exterior doors - High School 36,000 of the original equipment and furnishing for - Repair gymnasium bleacher sets - High School 28,000 such buildings or additions, plans, Replace pipes in science labs - High School 12,000 architects' or consultant's fees, costs of - Replace fire brick in #2 boiler - High School 11,000 sewage treatment or disposal. Grading and other items incidental to placing school - MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #19 and buildings and additions and related premises the sum of Twenty Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty in operating condition and any other costs - Three and 00/100 ($20,753.00) Dollars be raised (whether or not so financed) which the and appropriated to fund Orleans' share of the district is or may be authorized by statute to - finance by the issue of bonds. following capital improvements to the Nauset - Regional Middle School and the Nauset Regional C. Operating costs shall include all costs not High School: - included in capital costs as defined in High School - Replace Fire Brick in Boiler $11,000 Section IV{B) but including interest on - High School - Replace Pipes in Science Lab 12,000 temporary notes issued by the districts in High School- Gymnasium Bleacher Repair 28,000 anticipation of revenue. - High School - Exterior Door Replacement 36,000 D. Facility maintenance costs shall include the - Middle School - Security Equipment 10,000 cost of remodeling, rehabilitation or repairs Middle School - Replace Ball Field Backstop 13,900 to a school building or buildings, their - systems, or attendant properties and TOTAL Capital Projects $110,900 grounds. Such costs may be requested - separately from the district's operating ACTION: Voted, voice vote motion carries by the assessment, and to be funded shall require - approval of three of the four member towns. necessary majority. - E. Payment of all capital costs in any fiscal ARTICLE 20. AMEND NAUSET REGIONAL - SCHOOL DISTRICT year shall be apportioned among the AGREEMENT SECTION IV member towns on the basis of their - To see of the Town will vote to amend Section IV of respective enrollments in the regional district the Nauset Regional School District Agreement schools on October 1 of the preceding fiscal - (proposed changes in italics) as follows: year. - F. Operating expenses of each fiscal year shall be apportioned to the member towns on the - 66 - ... .. basis of their respective enrollments in the regional Reserve for Appropriation Account to the Water .. district schools on October 1 of the Service Connection Account, or to take any other preceding fiscal year. action relative thereto. (Water Commissioners) .. G Facility maintenance expenses of each MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #22 as .. fiscal year shall be apportioned to the printed in the Warrant and the sum of Thirty Five member towns on the basis of their Thousand and 00/100 ($35,000.00) Dollars be .. respective enrollments in the regional district transferred from the Water Service Connection schools on October 1 of the preceding fiscal Funds Reserve for Appropriations Account for this ... year. purpose. ... H. Each member town shall pay its ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the proportionate share of the capital, operating, necessary majority. ... and facility maintenance expenses, if any, - to the regional school district in each fiscal ARTICLE 23. AMEND ZONING BYLAW & year in four equal installments not later than ZONING MAP - VILLAGE .. the first days of September, December, CENTER DISTRICT March and June. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Orleans - Zoning Bylaws and the Orleans Zoning Map by MOTION: To indefinitely postpone ARTICLE #20. changing the zoning designation set forth on the .. existing Zoning Map from General Business (GB) ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. to Village Center (VC) in the area of the .. intersections of Old Colony Way and Main Street, ARTICLE 21. FUND NAUSET PUBLIC and from Limited Business (LB) and Residence (R) - SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION district to Village Center (VC) in the area of Main OFFICE REPAIRS Street and Route 28 as shown on a map entitled - (AIR QUALITY) "Proposed Village Center Boundary Changes" dated .. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate January, 2002. A copy of the map is on file with the and/or transfer from available funds the sum of Four Town Clerk. The proposed changes will affect all or .. Thousand Six Hundred Sixty-One and 00/100 portions of each of the following parcels, as shown ($4,661.00) Dollars to be used to pay the Town's on said map (all references are to current Orleans .. share of repairs and renovation work at the Nauset Assessor's map and parcel information): Public School Administration Office to address air - quality deficiencies, or to take any other action Assessor's Parcel Address District Chanoe relative thereto. (Nauset Regional School 25-59 22 Main Street GB to VC - Committee) 25-57 12 Main Street GB to VC 25-74 15 Main Street GB to VC - MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #21 and 34-90 Main Street (Town Green) R to VC the sum of Four Thousand Six Hundred Sixty-One 34-89 67 Main Street R to VC 34-88 57 Main Street LB to VC - and 00/100 ($4,661.00) Dollars be raised and 34-87 7 Brewster Crossroad LB to VC appropriated to fund Orleans' share of repairs and ... renovation work at the Nauset Public Administration And further that the Zoning Bylaws ~ 164-6.A. be Office to address air quality deficiencies. - amended to make reference to the proposed ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the change of the Zoning Map, or to take any other - action relative thereto. (Planning Board) necessary majority. - ARTICLE 22. WATER DEPT. TRANSFER MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #23 as printed in the Warrant and the Zoning Bylaw be so .. FROM WATER SERVICE amended. CONNECTION FUND .. To see if the Town will vote to transfer the sum of ACTION: This article carried by the necessary Thirty-Five Thousand and 00/100 ($35,000.00) two-thirds vote. .. Dollars from the Water Service Connection Funds 67 - .. - .. - - .. ..' '. ..' .-_0 .." Proposed Village Center ... Boundary Changes - 2002 - Legend :",,' Conn,.,.,ncy District (CD) '. .lion to be lidded 10 VC iliA. .. t8'J Shorelne DIstricl (S) I..... ro .. ' : Genentl Business (G B) :.:.:.:. Umked Business eLB) Warlne Business (M B) Residence (R) .. o Rural Business (R B) ~ Susho.. Conservancy (S C) .. ....ag. C.nter (ve) .. - .. .. .. - - - - - - - .. .. ... .. .. .. - - - 68 - - .. ARTICLE 24. AMEND ZONING BYLAW SEC. MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #24 as 164-13 SCHEDULE printed in the Warrant and the Zoning Bylaw be so .. OF USE REGULATIONS amended. To see if the Town will vote to amend section 164- - 13 of the Zoning Bylaws, Schedule of Use ACTION: Motion carries by the necessary two- Regulations, by making the following changes: thirds majority. .. In the VC column of the use table insert the .. appropriate designation (P, 0, A) consistent with ARTICLE 25. AMEND ZONING BYLAW SEC. the General Business district designation for each 164-21 & 164-22.1., - use as currently set forth in the Zoning Bylaws, YARD REQUIREMENTS except for the following uses which shall be To see if the Town will vote to amend sections 164- - designated as indicated: 22.1.1 and 164-22.1.3 of the Zoning Bylaws, Yard requirements in the VC District, by replacing the - Use Village Center existing language with the following: Hospital, sanatoriums, - or convalescent home ...................... 0 "(1) The minimum setback for a front yard shall be Private club ..................................... 0 five (5) feet, or if smaller, the front yard existing on - Marinas......... .................... ............... 0 the premises on January 1, 2002. The maximum - Newspaper/job printing...................... A setback for a front yard shall be fifteen (15) feet. Service or public utility...................... 0 For parcels where existing building(s) do not .. Filling Station or garage .................... 0 conform to the maximum setback requirement, any Used car lot...................................... 0 addition to the building(s), exterior to the existing .. Places of Assembly.......................... A footprint, shall be designed in such a way as to Hotels, motels, motor inns ................ A reduce the nonconformity. In situations of new - Sale of agricultural, landscaping construction where an individual parcel contains or supplies (as a primary use) .............. 0 will contain more than one building, at least one .. Windmills or wind energy building must meet the maximum setback generating machines ........................ 0 requirement. The required front yard may contain .. pedestrian areas, terraces, landscaped areas and P = permitted, 0 = prohibited, A = permitted by required driveways approximately perpendicular to - special permit the street." . And further, that the Zoning Map shall be amended "(3) Side yards and front yards shall contain no . to indicate the Village Center District as a distinct parking spaces." district rather than as an overlay of the General - Business District, and that the Zoning Bylaws ~ 164- Or take any other action relative thereto. (Planning 6A be amended to make reference to the proposed Board) .. change of the Zoning Map. MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #25 as .. And further, amend section 164-19.1.A., Village printed in the Warrant and that the Zoning Bylaw be Center District, by adding the term "fuel pumps" to so amended. .. the second sentence, so that the section reads: "A. Auto/pedestrian conflict. No use shall have a drive- ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. .. in, drive-through, fuel pumps, or other facility servicing autos." ARTICLE 26. AMEND ZONING BYLAW SEC. . 164-26, MOTELS, & SEC. And further, amend section 164-21, Schedule of Lot, 164-31, APARTMENT - Yard and Bulk Requirements, by adding a maximum DEVELOPMENT MINIMUM building height restriction of 30 feet for the VC LOT AREA & DENSITY - District. REQUIREMENTS Or take any other action relative thereto. (Planning To see if the Town will vote to amend section 164- .. Board) 26.A. of the Zoning Bylaws, related to motel - development, to add "contiguous buildable upland" 69 - .. - - in each instance that the term "lot area" is used, so Replace subsection B. with the following: - that the section reads: "A. For each lot upon which - a motel is to be erected, there shall be a minimum "B. Applicability. An open space residential frontage of two hundred (200) feet and a minimum development plan or cluster development may be - of three thousand (3,000) square feet of contiguous submitted to the Planning Board for a parcel of land buildable upland lot area for each of the first ten containing a minimum of 120,000 square feet of - (10) motel units. For each motel unit in excess of buildable upland. For all subdivisions of five (5) or ten (10) motel units, there shall be provided an more lots an open space residential development - additional two thousand (2,000) square feet of (cluster) plan is required, unless the Planning Board contiguous buildable upland lot area." grants a waiver in accordance with the review criteria - set forth in Section E. Anyone aggrieved by the And furthermore, amend section 164-31.B., related inability to obtain such waiver may appeal such - to lot area for apartment development, to read as decision to the Zoning Board of Appeals in follows: "B. Lot area. Minimum lot area shall equal accordance with M.G.L. Ch 40Asections 8 & 15. - sixty thousand (60,000) square feet contiguous - buildable upland area. Seven thousand (7,000) Replace subsection C. with the following: square feet of contiguous buildable upland area - shall be provided per dwelling unit. Alternatively, in "C. Procedure. Cluster developments shall be each structure in which the floor area devoted to permitted upon review and approval of the Planning - dwellings is less than that devoted to business, Board pursuant to the applicable provisions of minimum lot area shall equal three thousand five sections 81 K to 81 GG, inclusive, of Chapter 41 of - hundred (3,500) square feet contiguous buildable the General Laws of Massachusetts, and as upland area per dwelling unit, plus the area covered described in the Town of Orleans Rules and - by the building, plus the area required for parking Regulations Governing the Subdivision of Land, with servicing the business use." the exception that for any cluster development - application a preliminary plan shall be submitted MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #26 as showing both the cluster development design and - printed in the Warrant and that the Zoning Bylaw be a conventional subdivision design for the parcel in so amended. order to determine the maximum number of dwelling - units allowed. For subdivisions of five (5) or more ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the necessary lots a preliminary plan for both a cluster - two-thirds majority. development plan and conventional subdivision plan - must be submitted. Unless a waiver is granted by ARTICLE 27. AMEND ZONING BYLAW SEC. the Planning Board, only the cluster development - 164-4 DEFINITIONS, will be considered for approval. In general, cluster SEC. 164-13 USE TABLE, & development shall be considered preferable to a - SEC. 164-40.1 OPEN conventional design." SPACE RESIDENTIAL - DEVELOPMENT Add Section E., Review Criteria, as follows: To see if the Town will vote to amend section 164-4 - of the Zoning Bylaws to add a definition for cluster "E. Review Criteria. development, as follows: - The following are criteria that the Planning Board "CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT - See Open Space shall consider in determining whether to grant a - Residential Development." waiver from the cluster plan requirement of Section Amend Section 164-13 of the Zoning Bylaws, C: - Schedule of Use Regulations, by deleting "A" and inserting "P" for Open Space Residential 1. The extent to which areas of open space, or - Developments in the Residence District. areas of significant aesthetic, ecological, - historic or recreational value are preserved; And furthermore, amend section 164-40.1 of the 2. The extent to which houses, paved areas, - Zoning Bylaws, Open Space Residential roads, and septic systems are set back from Development, by making the following changes: coastal and freshwater wetlands to limit the - 70 - ... .. impacts on those resources. In no case shall such Or take any other action relative thereto. (Planning facilities be closer than one hundred (100') Board) .. feet to a wetland. 3. The extent to which houses, paved areas, MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #28 as ... roads, and septic systems are located outside printed in the Warrant and the Zoning Bylaw be so .. Groundwater Protection District 2, as amended. indicated on the current Orleans Zoning Map. .. 4. The extent to which proposed streets have ACTION: Standing vote, YES, 173, NO, 106. Motion been aligned to provide vehicular access to fails. .. each house in a reasonable and efficient manner. Lots and streets have been located ARTICLE 29. AMEND ZONING BYLAW, SEC. ... to avoid or minimize adverse impacts on open 164-21, LIMIT AMOUNT space. OF IMPERVIOUS SURFACE - 5. The extent to which the development plan RESIDENTIAL LOT takes advantage of the natural topography of To see if the Town will vote to amend section 164- llIIIIII the lot, and cuts and fills are substantially less 21.A of the Zoning Bylaws by adding the following - than would be required for a conventional sentences to footnote 5: "In the Residence District subdivision. at least 30% of lot area shall be retained in its natural .. 6. The extent to which open space is left as a state except for minor removal of existing trees and buffer along existing streets or used to ground vegetation as determined by the Building - preserve water and other scenic views." Commissioner. No more than 40% of the lot area may be rendered impervious." .. Or take any other action relative thereto. (Planning Board) MOTION To indefinitely postpone ARTICLE #29. - MOTION: To indefinitely postpone ARTICLE #27. ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the neces- .. sary majority. ACTION Voted, voice vote carries by the .. necessary majority. ARTICLE 30. AMEND ZONING BYLAW SEC. 164-31, APARTMENT - DEVELOPMENT ADVANCED ARTICLE 28. AMEND ZONING BYLAW, SEC. SEPTIC TREATMENT - 164-33, REQUIRE To see if the Town will vote to amend section 164- - LANDSCAPING MAINTENANCE 31 of the Zoning Bylaws by adding subsection E as AGREEMENT follows: "E. No Special Permit shall be issued by - To see if the Town will vote to amend section 164- the Zoning Board of Appeals for an apartment or 33 of the Zoning Bylaws, Site Plan Review, by other multi-family housing development where the - adding the following section: density exceeds two (2) units per acre of buildable upland area unless the Board of Health certifies that .. 111.0.9. Maintenance Agreement. For formal site the septic system is designed to achieve an effluent plans that include the installation of landscaping, nitrogen concentration of 19 milligrams per liter (mgl) - the Site Plan Review Committee shall require that or less, as measured at the discharge." a maintenance agreement be executed between the - applicant and the Town prior to the issuance of a MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #30 as certificate of occupancy, or certification of printed in the Warrant and the Zoning Bylaw be so .. compliance with zoning in accordance with section amended. 164-42.8. Such maintenance agreement shall - require that the applicant, their successors and ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the neces- assigns maintain the landscaping over time. In the sary two-thirds majority. - event that the landscaping is not maintained, the - Town of Orleans will have the right to perform ARTICLE 31. AMEND ZONING BYLAW SEC. maintenance after giving thirty days notice to the 164-19, FLOODPLAIN .. applicant, their successors and assigns, and will DISTRICT 71 .. .. - - To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Massachusetts Office of Water - Bylaws section 164-19, Floodplain District as Resources follows: 251 Causeway Street Ste 600-700 - Add new subsections as follows. Retain and Boston, MA02114-2104 renumber existing subsections accordingly: . NFIP Program Specialist - FEMA Region I, Rm. 462 "A. Purpose. The purposes of the Floodplain District J.W. 'McCormack Post Office & - are to: Courthouse - Boston, MA02109 1. Ensure public safety through reducing the "E. Reference to existing regulations. The Floodplain - threats to life and personal injury; District is established as an overlay to all other 2. Eliminate new hazards to emergency response districts. All development in the district, including - officials; structural and non-structural activities, whether 3. Prevent the occurrence of public emergencies permitted by right or by special permit must be in - resulting from water quality contamination, and compliance with Chapter 131, Section 40 of the pollution due to flooding; Massachusetts General Laws and with the following: - 4. Avoid the loss of utility services which if . Section of the Massachusetts State damaged by flooding would disrupt or shutdown Building Code which addresses - the utility network and impact regions of the floodplain and coastal high hazard community beyond the site of flooding; areas (currently 780 CMR 3107.0, - 5. Eliminate costs associated with the response "Flood resistant Construction"); and cleanup of flooding conditions; . Wetlands Protection Regulations, - 6. Reduce damage to public and private property Department of Environmental - resulting from flooding waters." Protection (DEP)(currently 310 CMR 10.00); "B. Floodplain District Boundaries. The Floodplain . Inland Wetlands Restrictions, DEP - District is hereby established as an overlay district. (currently 302 CMR 6.00); - The district includes all special flood hazard areas . Coastal Wetlands Restriction, DEP designated on the Orleans Flood Insurance Rate (currently 302 CMR 4.00); - Map (FIRM) issued by the Federal Emergency . Minimum Requirements for the Management Agency (FEMA) dated July 2, 1992 as Subsurface Disposal of Sanitary - Zone A, AE, AH, AO, A 1-30, A99, V, V1-30, and VE. Sewage, DEP (currently 31 D CMR 15, The exact boundaries of the district may be defined Title 5); - by the 1 DO-year base flood elevations shown on the FIRM and further defined by the Flood Insurance Any variances from the provisions and requirements - Study dated December 3, 1991. The FIRM and Flood of the above referenced state regulations may only Insurance Study are incorporated herein by be granted in accordance with the required variance - reference and are on file with the Town Clerk, procedures of these state regulations." - Planning Department, Building Official, and Conservation Commission." "F. Other use regulations. - "C. Base Flood Elevation Data. Base flood elevation 1. Within Zones AH and AO on the FIRM, - data are required for subdivision or other adequate drainage paths around structures developments greater than fifty (50) lots or five (5) on slopes, to guide floodwaters around and - acres, which ever is the lesser, within unnumbered away from proposed structures are required. A zones." - 2. Man-made alteration of sand dunes within "D. Notification of watercourse alteration. The Town Zones V1-3D, VE, and V which would - shall notify the following of any alteration or increase potential flood damage is relocation of a watercourse: prohibited. - . Adjacent communities 3. All subdivision proposals shall be reviewed - . NFIP State Coordinator to assure that: a) such proposals minimize 72 - - - .. flood damage; b) all public utilities and ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the facilities are located and constructed to necessary majority. ... minimize or eliminate flood damage; and c) - adequate drainage is provided to reduce ARTICLE 34. AUTHORIZE IMA- exposure to flood hazards." COMMONWEALTH OF - MASSACHUSETTS And further, to delete subsections 164-19.B.3 & 4 (Commonwealth of Mass. Water .. Pollution Abatement Trust) MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #31 as To see if the Town will vote pursuant to Chapter 3, ... printed in the Warrant and the Zoning Bylaw be so Section 3-5-3 of the Orleans Home Rule Charter to amended. authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter into an ... IntermunicipalAgreement with the Commonwealth ACTION: Vote, voice vote carries unanimously. of Massachusetts which provides for participation - by the Town in the Commonwealth of Mass- ... ARTICLE 32. FUND CHAMBER achusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust to OF COMMERCE become eligible for a Two Hundred Thousand and .. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate 00/100 ($200,000.00) Dollar loan to fund up-front and/or transfer from available funds the sum of Twenty- financing of residential septic system repairs; and - Four Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty and 00/1 00 further to borrow the sum of Two Hundred ($24,750.00) Dollars to be spent under the direction Thousand and 00/100 ($200,000.00) Dollars from - of the Orleans Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and the the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Water Board of Selectmen for the purposes of improving the Pollution Abatement Trust established pursuant to ... visual image of the Town and making the Town more Massachusetts General Law Chapter 29C for this user-friendly, or to take any other action relative thereto. purpose. A copy of the Agreement is on file in the ... (Board of Selectmen) office of the Town Clerk; and further to authorize the Board of Health and any other Town Board, - MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #32 as Agency or Official to take all actions necessary to printed in the Warrant and the sum of Twenty Four carry out the provisions of the Agreement, or to take ... Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty and 00/100 any other action relative thereto. (Board of Health). ... ($24,750.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated for this purpose. MOTION: I move this Article be accepted and - adopted as printed and the sum of Two Hundred ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the Thousand and 00/100 ($200,000.00) Dollars be .. necessary majority. appropriated for the purpose of financing repair, replacement and/or upgrade of septic systems, - ARTICLE 33. AMEND GENERAL BYLAW CH. pursuant to agreements with the Board of Health 85 SEC. 85-5 and residential property owners, including, without - DOG LICENSE FEES limitation all costs thereof as defined in To see if the Town will vote to increase the fees Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 29C; and to - under Orleans General Bylaws Chapter 85 Section raise this appropriation the Treasurer, with the 85-5 by changing the fee for dog licenses from approval of the Board of Selectmen is authorized ... Three ($3.00) Dollars for spayed and neutered dogs to borrow $200,000.00 and issue bonds or notes to Six ($6.00) Dollars for spayed and neutered dogs therefore under M.G.L. Chapter 111 section 127B - and Six ($6.00) Dollars for non-spayed or non- 1f2 and/or Massachusetts General Laws. Chapter .. neutered dogs to Twelve ($12.00) Dollars for non- 9C; that project and financing costs shall be repaid spayed or non-neutered dogs and further change by the property owners, in accordance with those - the licensing period from Apri/1 st to March 31 st to agreements, but such bonds or notes such be the January 1 st to December 31 st, or to take any other general obligations of the Town; that the Treasurer, ... action relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen) with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, is authorized to borrow all or a portion of such amount ... MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #33 as from the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement printed in the Warrant and the General Bylaw of the Trust established pursuant to Massachusetts .. Town of Orleans be so amended. General Laws Chapter 29C and in connection 73 .. .. .. .. therewith enter into a loan agreement and/or MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #36 as - security agreement with the Trust and otherwise printed in the warrant. contract with the Trust and the Department of - Environmental Protection with respect to such loan ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. and for any federal or state aid available for this - purpose; and that the Board of Selectmen be ARTICLE 37. ADOPT GENERAL BYLAW - authorized to enter into a Pre-loan Financial STREET ACCESS - Assistance Agreement with the Massachusetts To see if the Town will vote to amend the General .. Water Pollution Abatement Trust and a regulatory Bylaws of the Town by adding a new Chapter 87 to agreement with the Department of Environmental the Orleans Town Code. - Protection as substantially in the form as is on file with the Town Clerk and further that the Board of CHAPTER 87 Driveway Curb Cuts and Road - Selectmen and the Board of Health be authorized Opening Bylaw to take all other actions necessary to carry out the - purpose of this article and this vote. 87-1. Purpose. The purpose of this bylaw is to provide safe and reasonable access to public and - ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. private ways in the Town of Orleans by regulating driveway curb cuts and road openings. - ARTICLE 35. AUTHORIZE IMA - SEPTIC LOAN PROGRAM 87-2 Authority. This bylaw is adopted pursuant .. to the policy and home rule powers of the Town of To see if the Town will vote pursuant to Chapter 3, Section 3-5-3 of the Orleans Home Rule Charter to Orleans. - authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter into an .. Intermunicipal Agreement with Barnstable County 87-3 Driveway Curb Cuts which sets forth the terms and conditions for .. administration by the County of town-received grant A New driveways and changes to driveways money under the Massachusetts Water Pollution shall require a Driveway Curb Cut Permit - Abatement Trust; and to transfer a sufficient sum from the Board of Selectmen. In issuing of money from the Orleans Septic Betterment curb cut permits, the Board of Selectmen .. Program account for this purpose. A copy of the shall act on the advice of the Highway proposed Agreement is on file with the Town Clerk, Manager and the Chief of Police. - or to take any other action relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen) B. A Building Permit shall not be issued without - a Driveway Curb Cut Permit, except that this MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #35 as provision shall not apply if the proposed - printed in the Warrant and General Bylaw of the building does not require a new driveway or - Town be so amended. driveway change. .. ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. C. As used herein, the term driveway/curb cut shall mean: Any access onto a roadway. .. ARTICLE 36. AUTHORIZE IMA- This may include, but is not limited to, an BARNSTABLE COUNTY entrance to a parcel, or an intersection with - COMMISSIONERS another roadway, and includes temporary To see if the Town will vote pursuant to Chapter 3, construction access to a parcel. .. Section 3-5-2 of the Orleans Home Rule Charter to authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter into an 87-4 Excavation of Public Ways - Intermunicipal Agreement with the Barnstable A No person shall excavate within the layout County Commissioners which provides for the of a public way without first obtaining a Road .. Barnstable County Commissioners to contract for Opening Permit from the Board of sanitarian assistance for the Orleans Board of Selectmen. Due to the adverse impact of - Health, or to take any other action relative thereto. road openings in cold weather, road opening - (Board of Health) projects will only be permitted from April 15 to December 15 of each year, unless good 74 - - - - cause exists for a waiver, and once begun ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. - shall be diligently pursued to completion. ARTICLE 39. AMEND GENERAL BYLAW, CH. .... B. As used herein, the term excavation shall 159 WATERWAYS mean: Any opening in the surface within (PERSONAL WATERCRAFT .... the layout of a public way made in any FINE) manner whatsoever, either planned or in an To see if the Town will vote to amend the General - emergency, or any disturbance of the non- Bylaws Chapter 159, Section 11 C as follows; by paved areas to a depth greater than one (1 ') deleting Section 11 C which reads: - foot when done by means other than by hand digging for exploratory purposes "C. In addition to any other penalties specified within .- except an opening in a lawful structure this bylaw, violations of the following sections shall below the surface of said locations the top be punished by a fine of one hundred ($100.00) - of which is flush with the adjoining surface dollars: 78.(3) and (4), 7F., 7G, 71., 9C through G." and is so constructed as to permit frequent - openings without injury or damage of said and inserting in place thereof a new section C to - locations. read as follows; 87-5 Regulations. After public notice and public .... hearings, the Board of Selectmen may, from time "C. In addition to any other penalties specified within to time, promulgate rules and regulations to this bylaw, violations of the following sections shall - accomplish the purposes of this bylaw. In be punished by a fine of one hundred ($100.00) promulgating such rules and regulations the Board dollars: 7B.(3) and (4), 7F., 7G, 71., 9C through K." .- of Selectmen shall consult with the Highway Manager, the Police Chief, the Fire Chief and the MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #39 as - Planning Board. printed in the warrant and the General Bylaw of the Town be so amended. .... 87-6 Severability. The invalidity of any portion or provision of this bylaw shall not invalidate any ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. .... other portion or provision thereof. - ARTICLE 40. RESOLUTION - LANDFILL MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #37 as CAPPING PROJECT - printed in the Warrant and the General Bylaw of the Article #40 was taken out of order, after Article #3. Town be so amended. - ARTICLE 41. AMEND GENERAL BYLAW CH. ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the 159 WATERWAYS - necessary majority (MOORING FEES) To see if the Town will vote to amend the General .... ARTICLE 38. PURCHASE OF STREET Bylaw of the Town Chapter 159 of the Orleans LIGHTS Code, Waterways Bylaw, Section 10.A.3.d as - To see if the Town will vote to purchase from NStar follows: (formerly Commonwealth Electric Company), in - accordance with Massachusetts General Law By striking out Section 10.A.3.d which reads as Chapter 164 ~ 34A, street lights and related follows: .... equipment located within the Town that are presently (3) Mooring Permit Sticker and Fee .... owned by said Company, and authorize the Board a. Mooring permit stickers, issued of Selectmen to take any action deemed necessary annually by the Harbormaster, shall .... and appropriate to carryout the purpose of this be affixed to the port bow of the article, or to take any other action relative thereto. permitted vessel. - (Board of Selectmen) b. No more than one mooring permit sticker shall be issued for a vessel. .... MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #38 as c. Mooring permit stickers shall be valid printed in the Warrant. for a period of one year terminating - on December 31 of each year 75 - - - - unless sooner suspended or revoked by and one hundred ($100.00) dollars as of - the Harbormaster. January 1, 2004. d. The annual fee for a mooring permit - sticker shall be twelve dollars $12. MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #41 as - printed in the Warrant and the General Bylaws of And substituting therefore a new Section 10.A.3.d Town be so amended. - to read as follows: (3) Mooring Permit Sticker and Fee ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the - a. Mooring permit stickers, issued annually necessary majority. by the Harbormaster, shall be affixed to - the port bow of the permitted vessel. ARTICLE 42. AMEND GENERAL BYLAW b. No more than one mooring permit sticker CHAPTER 159 WATERWAYS - shall be issued for a vessel. SEC 7 A3 - BY PETITION c. Mooring permit stickers shall be valid for To see if the Town will vote to amend Orleans - a period of one year terminating on General Bylaw Chapter 159 section 7 A3 by adding December 31 of each year unless sooner the words "or Crystal Lake" so the paragraph will - suspended or revoked by the read: "No one shall operate or permit to be operated Harbormaster. any internal combustion engine on Pilgrim Lake or - d. The annual fee for a mooring permit Crystal Lake in the Town of Orleans except for the - sticker shall be as follows: express purposes of aiding and rescue or other emergency situations,", or to take any other action - 1) Resident Commercial: In order to be eligible relative thereto. (By Petition) for a Resident Commercial mooring - permit, an applicant must meet all of the MOTION TO AMEND: To insert after or other following conditions: emergency situations, (or for scientific - . Be a resident of Orleans or Eastham purposes). . Hold a current commercial license to sell - shellfish, finfish, or lobster issued by the ACTION ON MOTION TO AMEND: Voted, voice Massachusetts Division of Marine vote motion to amend passes. - Fisheries. . If a resident of Eastham, hold a current To see if the Town will vote to amend Orleans - Orleans commercial shellfish permit General Bylaw Chapter 159 section 7 A3 by adding The annual fee for Resident Commercial the words "or Crystal Lake" so the paragraph will - permit shall be fifteen ($15.00) dollars as read: "No one shall operate or permit to be operated - of January 1, 2003 and thirty ($30.00) any internal combustion engine on Pilgrim Lake or dollars as of January 1 , 2004. Crystal Lake in the Town of Orleans except for the - express purposes of aiding and rescue or other 2) Resident Taxpayer: In order to be eligible emergency situations or for scientific purposes" . - for a Resident Taxpayer mooring permit, an applicant must be a resident of or taxpayer in MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #42 as - Orleans. It shall remain the prerogative of the printed in the Warrant with the addition of the motion Harbormaster to review evidence of such to amend and the General Bylaw of the Town be so - residency or status as a taxpayer at any time. amended. The annual fee for a ResidenVTaxpayer permit - shall be twenty-five ($25.00) dollars as of ACTION: Voted, voice vote, carries unanimously. January 1,2003 and fifty ($50.00) dollars as of - January 1, 2004. ARTICLE 43. FUND ORLEANS AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES - 3) Non-Resident: A Non-Resident mooring PROGRAM INSURANCE permit may be issued to any applicant who is & SUPPLIES - BY PETITION - not a resident of or taxpayer in Orleans. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate The annual fee for a Non-Resident permits shall and/or transfer from available funds the sum of Two - be fifty ($50.00) dollars as of January 1, 2003 Thousand Two Hundred Fifty and 00/100 - 76 - - .. ($2,250.00) Dollars to help defray insurance or an interest in the land within the sidelines of said expenses of the Orleans After School Activities layouts for this purpose. .. Program, Inc. and to help purchase educational - supplies for the program, or to take any other action ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. relative thereto. (By Petition) - ARTICLE 46. FUND SEA CALL FARM LEAD MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #43 as PAINT REMOVAL - - printed in the Warrant with the addition of the motion BY PETITION to amend and the General Bylaw of the Town be so To see if the Town will vote to approve funding the .. amended. cost of town-mandated lead paint removal at Sea Call Farm, so that the Sea Call Supporters, Inc., a - ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. nonprofit group, may complete the renovations of the farmhouse for use as housing for a year-round - ARTICLE 44. FUND ORLEANS AFTER town employee and seasonal employees (2), or to SCHOOL ACTIVITIES SUMMER take any other action relative thereto. (By Petition) .. PROGRAM - BY PETITION MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #46 and .. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate and/or transfer from available funds, the sum of Five the sum of Twenty-Nine Thousand 00/100 - Thousand and 00/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars to defray ($29,000.00) Dollars be transferred from available the expenses of a summer child care program funds for the purpose of funding the lead paint - sponsored by the Orleans After School Activities removal required in accordance with State Program, Inc., or to take any other action relative regulations. Said funds to be spent under the .. thereto. (By Petition) jurisdiction and control of the conservation Commission. - MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #44 as printed in the Warrant and the sum of Five ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the - Thousand and 00/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars be raised necessary majority. and appropriated for this purpose. - ARTICLE 47. FUND LOWER/OUTER CAPE ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. COMMUNITY COALITION - - BY PETITION .. ARTICLE 45. ROAD TAKING - O'CONNOR To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate LANE - BY PETITION and/or transfer from available funds the sum of One .. To see if the Town will vote to acquire by deed or gift Thousand Three Hundred and 00/100 ($1,300.00) for municipal highway purposes, the fee and the Dollars to be spent under the direction ofthe Lower/ - street and ways located in Orleans and shown on Outer Cape Community Coalition for the purpose subdivision Plan of Land in Orleans made for P.F. of enhancing the quality of life for the people of the .. O'Connor, recorded in Barnstable County Land Town of Orleans by bringing individuals and groups Registration Office, May 1971, Plan 36352B, together to develop local solutions for community .. Certificate of Title No. 52166, being the way known identified needs, or to take any other action relative as O'Connor Lane, and further to raise and thereto. (By Petition) ... appropriate or transfer from available funds any sum of money necessary for said purposes, or to take MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #47 and - any other action relative thereto. (By Petition) the sum of One Thousand Three Hundred and 00/ 100 ($1,300.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated - MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #45 and for this purpose. - that the Town accept the doings and report of the Board of Selectmen filed with the Town Clerk on ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the neces- .. AprilS, 2002 relative to laying out and making public sary majority. the private way known as O'Connor Way as a Town - road and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to ARTICLE 48. CLOSING ARTICLE accept as a gift, purchase or take by eminent And to act on any other business that may legally .. domain on behalf of the Town of Orleans the land come before the meeting. (Board of Selectmen) 77 - .. - - MOTION: To adjourn the meeting. PROCEDURAL MOTION TWO THIRDS VOICE - VOTE ACTION: Voted, voice vote motion carries to - adjourn the meeting. Pursuant to the provisions of Massachusetts - General Law Chapter 39, Section 15, the Town Meeting was adjourned at 11 :50 p.m. Moderator may conduct all votes requiring a two- - third majority by statute in the same manner in A TRUE COPY ATTEST: which the Moderator conducts the vote when a - majority vote is required. This vote shall be in effect Anne R. Lennon for the entire May 13, 2002 Special Town Meeting - Town Clerk ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. - The Annual and Special Town Meetings were held on Monday May 13, 2002 in the Nauset Middle ARTICLE 1. PAY BILLS OF PRIOR YEARS - Regional School Gym. The Annual Town Meeting was opened first by the Moderator Duane Landreth To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available - when a quorum of 274 was announced by Town funds a sum of money to pay bills of prior years under Clerk Anne R. Lennon. There were 425 citizens in the provisions of Chapter 179 of the Acts of 1941, as - attendance. Counters were: E.John Wherry, John amended, or to take any other action relative thereto - Hodgkinson, Ken McKusick and Gail Rainey. MOTION: To accept and adopt and the sum of Six - The Annual Town Meeting was opened at 6:45 p.m. Hundred Ninety Two and 95/1 00 ($692.95) Dollars be Selectman Richard Philbrick announced that Mr. transferred from available funds to pay the following - George R. Christie, Jr. is this year's recipient of the bills: Selectmen's "Good Citizen Award"; he presented - Mr. Christie with a framed citation and a key chain. Vendor Amount - A motion was made that the Annual Town Meeting Barnstable County Health 645.00 be adjourned and to proceed with the Special Town - Meeting. The motion was approved unanimously W.B. Mason 47.95 by a voice vote. Special Town Meeting was opened - at 6:50 p.m. Total $692.95 - SPECIAL TOWN MEETING MOTIONS AND ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. - ACTIONS: ARTICLE 2. TRANSFER ARTICLE - PROCEDURAL MOTION To vote to dispense with the reading of the Warrant To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available - except the Preamble, Conclusion and Attestation funds and/or authorize the transfer from various line thereof. items within current appropriations, such sums of - money as necessary to supplement the operating ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. budgets of the various Town departments for Fiscal - Year 2002 as follows: PROCEDURAL MOTION: - That all Town Officials or department managers or 1) Transfer the sum of Two Thousand and 00/ their duly designated representative, required to 100 ($2,000.00) Dollars from the Town - attend Town Meeting pursuant to Section 2-7-3 of Office Building Salary Account to the Town the Charter, all of whom are not residents of the Office Building Expense Accounts. - Town of Orleans, be permitted to address the Town 2) Transfer the sum of Eight Thousand Nine Meeting on matters affecting their office or Hundred and 00/100 ($8,900.00) Dollars - department. from the Parks and Beaches Salary Account - to the Parks and Beaches Expense ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. Accounts. - 78 - .. I - , 3) Transfer the sum of Four Thousand Four ARTICLE 4. AUTHORIZE LEASE OF Hundred and 00/100 ($4,400.00) Dollars NAUSET BEACH - from the Transfer Station Expense Account CONCESSION STAND to the Transfer Station Salaries Account and To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board - the Highway Department Salaries Account. of Selectmen to lease on such terms as they deem - appropriate, the Nauset Beach Concession stand MOTION: To accept and adopt and the following for a period not to exceed five (5) years, or to take - transfers be made from available funds for the any other action relative thereto. (Board of purposes(s) set forth in the Article. Selectmen) .. 1. Transfer the sum of Two Thousand and 00/ MOTION: To accept and adopt as printed in the ... 100 ($2,000.00) Dollars from the Town Warrant and the Board of Selectmen be authorized Office Building Salary Account to the Town to lease the Nauset Beach Concession Stand for a .. Office Building Expense Accounts. period not exceeding five (5) years on such additional 2. Transfer the sum of Eight Thousand Nine items and conditions as they deem appropriate. .. Hundred and 00/100 ($8,900.00) Dollars - from the Parks and Beaches Salary Account ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. to the Parks and Beaches Expense - Accounts. THIS ARTICLE WAS MODERATED BY E. JOHN 3. Transfer the sum of Four Thousand Four WHERRY - Hundred and 00/1 00 ($4,400.00) Dollars from the Transfer Station Expense Account ARTICLE 5. FUND PROPERTY PURCHASE - to the Transfer Station Salaries Account and - 389 SOUTH ORLEANS RD. the Highway Department Salaries Account. (EARLE PROPERTY) ... Total to be transferred: $15,300.00. To see if the Town will vote to authorize and direct the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, by ... ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. purchase, by eminent domain or otherwise, for conservation, open space, passive recreation, - ARTICLE 3. TRANSFER FROM habitat and aquifer protection consistent with the AMBULANCE RESERVED FOR Cape Cod Land Bank Open Space Acquisition - APPROPRIATIONS ACCOUNT Program, Chapter 293 of the Acts of 1998, as To see if the Town will vote to transfer a sufficient amended (the "Land Bank"), the land located at 389 - sum of money from the Ambulance Reserved for South Orleans Road which is shown on Orleans - Appropriations Account to the Fire Department Assessor's Map No. 74, as Parcel No. 48, and is Expense Account to fund firefighters' medical further described in a Deed recorded at the - expenses related to on-the-job accidents, or to take Barnstable County Registry of Deeds in Book 522, any other action relative thereto. (Board of Page 274, containing 8.68 acres, more or less (the - Selectmen) "Premises"), and to transfer or borrow pursuant to the applicable provisions of the Land Bank a sum - This Article would transfer additional funds into the of money for such acquisition. The Premises shall Fire/Rescue Department budget to cover the cost be under the care, custody, control and - of certain medical expenses for three firefighters management of the Conservation Commission. that have been denied by the Town's insurance And further to the extent that federal, state, or other ... carrier. funds are or become available for the purposes set forth in this Article, to authorize the Board of - MOTION: To accept and adopt as printed in the Selectmen or other applicable boards or Warrant and the sum of Fifty-Five Thousand and commissions to apply for and accept such funds - 00/100 ($55,000.00) Dollars be transferred from the and to take all action necessary to obtain such - Ambulance Reserve for Appropriations Account for funding including the grant of a Conservation this purpose. Restriction if required, or to take any other action - relative thereto. (Open Space/Land Bank). ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unani-mously. - 79 .. - - - MOTION: To accept and adopt and the sum of habitat and aquifer protection consistent with the - Four Hundred Seventy-Four Thousand Three Cape Cod Land Bank Open Space Acquisition Hundred and 00/100 ($474,300.00) Dollars be Program, Chapter 293 of the Acts of 1998, as - appropriated for the purpose of purchasing, for amended, (the "Land Bank"), the land located at conservation purposes, the land situated at 389 353 South Orleans Road which is a portion of the - South Orleans Road and shown on the Town of land shown on Orleans Assessor's Map No. 68, as - Orleans Assessor's Map No 74, as Parcel No 48 Parcel No. 08, and is further described in a deed (the Premises); said Premises to be under the care, recorded at the Barnstable County Registry of - custody, control and management of the Deeds in Book 800, Page 337. The land to be Conservation Commission pursuant to acquired is also shown on Lot 2 (12 acres) of the - Massachusetts General law Chapter 40, Sec. 8(C). plan entitled "Preliminary Division Sketch" dated April The Premises, containing approximately 8.68 acres 2, 2002 a copy of which is on file with the Town - more or less, is more particularly described in a Clerk (the Premises), and to transfer or borrow Deed recorded at the Barnstable County Registry pursuant to the applicable provisions of the Land - of Deeds in Book 522, Page 274; and that to raise Bank a sum of money for such acquisition. The such appropriation the Treasurer, with the approval Premises shall be under the care, custody, control - of the Board of Selectmen is authorized to borrow and management of the Conservation Commission. the sum of Four Hundred Sixty- Five Thousand and And further to the extent that federal, state, or other - 00/100 ($465,000.00) Dollars pursuant to Section funds are or become available for the purposes set - 7 of Chapter 293 of the Acts entitled; 'AN ACT forth in this Article, to authorize the Board of RELATIVE TO ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CAPE Selectmen or other applicable boards or - COD OPEN SPACE LAND ACQUISITION commissions to apply for and accept such funds PROGRAM", as amended, or any other enabling and to take all action necessary to obtain such - authority, and to issue bonds or notes of the Town funding including the grant of a Conservation therefore and that the sum of Nine Thousand Three Restriction if required, or to take any other action - Hundred and 00/100 ($9,300.00) Dollars be relative thereto. (Open Space/Land Bank transferred from the Land Bank Account to pay costs Committee). - and interest charges relating to any short term borrowing, for a total appropriation of Four Hundred MOTION: To accept and adopt and the sum of - Seventy-Four Thousand Three Hundred and 00/100 Seven Hundred Eighty-Nine Thousand and 00/1 00 ($474,300.00) Dollars for this purpose; and further ($789,000.00) Dollars be appropriated for the - that the Board of Selectmen and the Conservation purpose of purchasing, for conservation purposes, Commission be authorized to take all actions the land situated at 353 South Orleans Road and - necessary to carryout the acquisition of the shown on the Orleans Assessor's Map No. 68, as - Premises in accordance with the provisions of the Parcel No. 08 (the Premises); said Premises to be Article and this vote, including, without limitation, under the care ,custody, control and management - the authority to apply for and accept funding from of the Conservation Commissioners pursuant to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Self-Help Massachusetts General law Chapter 40, Sec. 8 (c). - program pursuant to Massachusetts General Law The Premises, containing approximately 12 acres Chapter 132A, Section 11 for this purpose. more or less, is more particularly described in a - Deed recorded at the Barnstable County Registry ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. of Deeds in Book 800, Page 337, and is shown on - Lot 2 on the plan entitled "Preliminary Division THIS ARTICLE WAS MODERATED BY E. JOHN Sketch" dated April 2, 2002 a copy which is on file - WHERRY with the Town Clerk; and that to raise such appropriation the Treasurer, with the approval of the - ARTICLE 6. FUND PROPERTY PURCHASE Board of Selectmen is authorized to borrow the sum - 353 SO. ORLEANS RD. of Seven Hundred Seventy-Three Thousand Five - (SPARROW PROPERTY) Hundred and 00/100 ($773,500.00) Dollars pursuant To see if the Town will vote to authorize and direct to Section 7 of Chapter 293 of the Acts entitled; "AN - the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, by ACT RELATVIE TO ESTABLISHMENT OF THE purchase, by eminent domain or other or otherwise, CAPE COD OPEN SPACE LAND ACQUISITION - for conservation, open space, passive recreation, PROGRAM', as amended, or any other enabling - 80 - .. ... authority, and to issue bonds or notes of the Town Dollars be transferred from available funds to fund therefore and that the sum of Fifteen Thousand Five the collective bargaining agreement between the .. Hundred and 00/100 ($15,500.00) Dollars be Town of Orleans Manager's Union formerly the transferred from the Land Bank Account to pay costs National Association of Government Employees - and interest charges relating to any short term (NAGE). - borrowing, for a total appropriation of Seven Hundred Eighty-Nine Thousand and 00/100 ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. .. ($789,000.00) Dollars for this purpose; and further that the Board of Selectmen and the Conservation .. Commission be authorized to take all actions ARTICLE 9. FUND UNITED necessary to carryout the acquisition of the STEELWORKERS OF - Premises in accordance with the provisions of the AMERICA, AFL-CIO CONTRACT article and this vote, including, without limitation, the To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate - authority to apply for and accept funding from the and/or transfer from available funds a sufficient sum Commonwealth of Massachusetts Self Help of money to be added to the FY03 Salaries Accounts .. program pursuant to Massachusetts General Law for various Town departments with employees .. Chapter 132A, Section 11 for this purpose. covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the Town and the United Steelworkers of .. ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. America, AFL-CIO, or to take any other action relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen) .. ARTICLE 7. FUND JULY 4th FIREWORKS MOTION: To accept and adopt and the sum of .. DISPLAY & PARADE 2003 Thirty-One Thousand Five Hundred and 00/100 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate ($31,500.00) Dollars be transferred from available .. and/or transfer from available funds the sum of funds for this purpose. Seventeen Thousand and 00/100 ($17,000.00) .. Dollars for the purpose of funding a July 4th ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. fireworks display and/or parade in the year 2003 - within the Town of Orleans. Said funds to be ARTICLE 10. CLOSING ARTICLE expended under the direction of the Town .. Administrator, or to take any other action relative And to act on any other business that may legally .. thereto. (Board of Selectmen) come before the meeting. .. MOTION: To accept and adopt and the sum of MOTION: To adjourn this Special Town Meeting. Seventeen Thousand and 00/100 ($17,000.00) - Dollars be transferred from available funds for this ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. purpose. - Special Town Meeting adjourned at 7:20 p.m. and ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. Annual Town Meeting reopened. ... ARTICLE 8. FUND NAGE SPECIAL TOWN MEETING - UNION CONTRACT OCTOBER 28, 2002 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate - and/or transfer from available funds a sufficient sum A Special Town Meeting was held on October of money to be added to the FY03 Salaries Accounts 28, 2002 at the Nauset Regional Middle School. .. for various Town departments with employees Town Meeting was opened by the Moderator Duane - covered under the collective bargaining agreement Landreth at 6:35 PM when Town Clerk Anne R. between the Town and the National Association of Lennon declared that a quorum was present. There .... Government Employees (NAGE), or to take any were 296 voters in attendance with a quorum of other action relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen). 280. .. MOTION: To accept and adopt and that the sum of Tellers were: Augusta McKusick, John Hodgkinson, .. Forty- Two Thousand and 00/100 ($42,000.00) Gail Rainey and Walter Swidrak. 81 .. .. - - Amount MOTION: To vote to dispense with the reading of Vendor Cape Cod Hospital $ 247.73 - the warrant except the Preamble conclusion and Attestation thereof. Cape Cod Radiology $ 27.00 - Davey Tree Experts $ 1,420.00 ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. Orleans Medical Center $ 127.00 - Cape Cod Radiology $ 24.00 MOTION: That all Town Officials or department Cape Cod Women's Imaging $ 44.00 - managers or their duly designated representati~e, West Group $ 78.00 - required to attend Town Meeting pursuant to Section Brewster Medical Center $ 25.71 2-7-3 of the charter, and Michael Gradone, Nauset Cape Cod ENT Specialists $ 18.45 Regional School Superintendent and Jack O:Con~ell - CVS $ 66.54 or a representative of Tata & Howard Engineering Dowling Optical $ 149.25 - all of whom are not residents of the Town of Orleans, be permitted to address the Town Meeting on Dr. Bergenfield $ 10.71 - matters affecting their office or department. Endocrine Center of Cape Cod $ 10.62 Veteran's Services $ 713.41 - ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. Verizon $ 29.20 - Article 1. Pay Bills of Prior Years Total: $ 3,036.62 Article 2. Transfer Article - 1) COA Social Day Program ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. - Expenses 2) Assessing Dept. Expense Acc't. ARTICLE 2. TRANSFER ARTICLE to Salaries Acc't. - Site Improvement Acc't. & To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available 3) - Salaries Acc't. to funds and/or authorize the transfer from various line Expense Acc't. for Repairs to items within current appropriations, such sums of - Jonathan Young Windmill money as necessary to supplement the operating 4) Park Dept. - Salaries Acc't. to budgets of the various Town departments for Fiscal - Expense Acc't. for Year 2003 as follows: Contract Services - Article 3. Fund FY03 Iron & Manganese 1) Transfer Seven Hundred and 00/100 Treatment Plant ($700.00) Dollars from the Assessing - Article 4. Amend Nauset Regional School Department Expense Account to the DistrictAgreement Assessing Department Salaries Account; - Section 1 Number of Members Transfer Thirty-Four Thousand 00/100 2) Article 5. Mutual Aid Law Enforcement ($34,000.00) Dollars from available funds - Agreement -IMA to the Council on Aging Social Day Program - Article 6. Closing Article Expense Account; 3) Transfer Two Thousand One Hundred and - ARTICLE 1. PAY BILLS OF PRIOR YEARS 00/100 ($2,100.00) Dollars from the Site To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available Improvement Account and Two Thousand - and 00/100 ($2,000.00) Dollars from the funds a sum of money to pay bills of prior years under Salary Account for a total transfer of Four - the provisions of Chapter 179, Acts of 1941, as Thousand One Hundred and 00/100 amended, or to take any other action relative thereto. ($4,100.00) Dollars to the Jonathan Young - (Board of Selectmen) Windmill Expense Account; MOTION: To accept and adopt Article #1 and the 4) Transfer Twenty-Seven Thousand Five - Hundred and 00/100 ($27,500.00) Dollars sum of Three Thousand Thirty-Six and 62/100 from the Parks and Beaches Salary Account - ($3,036.62) Dollars be transferred from available to the Parks and Beaches Expense funds to pay the following unpaid bills: Account; - 82 - - - - Total to be transferred: $66,300.00 General Laws Chapter 44 and section 8 clause 4, (Sixty-Six Thousand Three Hundred as amended, or any other enabling authority, and to - Dollars) issue bonds or notes of the Town therefore. ... MOTION: To accept and adopt Article #2 as ACTION: Standing vote, YES 281 - NO 2, motion ... printed in the Warrant and the following transfers passed. be made available for the purpose(s) set forth in - the article. transfer Seven Hundred and 00/100 ARTICLE 4. AMEND NAUSET REGIONAL ($700.00) Dollars from the Assessing Department SCHOOL DISTRICT ... Expense Account to the Assessing Department AGREEMENT SECTION 1 Salaries Account; transfer Thirty-Four Thousand 00/ NUMBER OF MEMBERS - 100 ($34,000.00) Dollars from available funds to the Council on Aging Social Day Program Expense To see if the Town will vote to amend Section I of ... Account; transfer Two Thousand One Hundred and the Nauset Regional School District Agreement by - 00/100 ($2,100.00) Dollars from the Site deleting the present paragraphs lettered A and B, Improvement Account and Two Thousand and 00/ and replacing them with the following: - 100 ($2,000.00) Dollars from the Salary Account for a total transfer of Four Thousand One Hundred "SECTION I ... and 00/100 ($4,100.00) Dollars to the Jonathan Young Windmill Expense Account; transfer Twenty- Membership of the Nauset Reoional School - Seven Thousand Five Hundred and 00/100 Committee ($27,500.00) Dollars from the Parks and Beaches ... Salary Account to the Parks and Beaches Expense A Number of Members. The Regional School Account. District Committee, hereinafter referred to ... as the Committee, beginning with the Total to be transferred: $66,300.00 annual town elections of 2003, shall consist - (Sixty-Six Thousand Three Hundred of ten members, four from the Town of Dollars) Brewster, three from Orleans, two from ... Eastham and one from Wellfleet. To ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries unanimously. achieve proportional representation on the - Committee, effective following the annual - ARTICLE 3. FUND FY03 IRON & MANGANESE elections of 2003, the members from TREATMENT PLANT Brewster, Eastham and Wellfleet shall have ... To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available one vote per member, and the members funds and/or borrow a sum of money for the purpose from Orleans .8 (8/10) votes per member. ... of constructing and initially equipping a Water All ten members shall be elected by their Treatment Plant to remove iron and manganese, individual towns, as prescribed in Paragraph ... including all expenses incidental and related thereto, B. below. or to take any other action relative thereto. (Water -*II Commissioners) B. Election of Members. The Nauset Regional School District shall consist of four member ... MOTION: To accept and adopt ARTICLE #3, as towns, each of which shall elect printed in the Warrant and that the sum of Six Million representatives to serve for three-year terms - Fifty Nine Thousand and 00/100 ($6,059,000.00) as described above; provided, however, that ... Dollars be appropriated for this purpose, including any member elected prior to 2001 shall all expenses incidental and related thereto, and that serve for a three-year term. ... to raise such appropriation and the sum of One Million and 00/100 ($1,000,000.00) dollars be At the annual town elections in 2002, - transferred from the Water Surplus Fund and the Brewster and Orleans shall elect one Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of member each for terms of three years. At ... Selectmen, is authorized to borrow the sum of Five the 2003 elections, Brewster, Eastham, and Million Fifty Nine Thousand and 00/100 Orleans shall elect one member each, for - ($5,059,000.00) Dollars pursuant to Massachusetts terms of three years. At the 2004 elections, 83 - - - - Brewster shall elect two members, and ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION - Eastham, Orleans and Wellfleet one TUESDAY MAY 21, 2002 member each, for terms of three years. The - terms of all such elected members shall Election workers for the day were as follows: commence on the day following their Mary Walker, Warden for both Precinct #1 and - election and continue for the terms for which Precinct #2. - they are elected and thereafter until their Tellers and Checkers were: Esther Beilby, Patricia successors are elected and qualified. Estabrook, Elinor Felt, Elizabeth Floyd, Judith - Thereafter, at every succeeding annual and Gardiner, Jean Gardiner, Martha Gibbs, Judith special town election when a member town Gilchrist, Mary Hidden, Marie Howard, Jane - is required to elect a member, each town Klimshuk, Nancy McMarrow, Beverly Muto, Nick shall elect such member to serve on the Muto, Marie Pearl, Jean Rusch, Harold Rusch, Joan - Committee for a term of three years Spieker, Joan Taylor and Olive Westa. commencing on the day following such Constables were: John Fitzpatrick and Mary - elections." Stevens. - MOTION: To accept and adopt Article #4 as printed PRECINCT #1 225 CITIZENS VOTED in the warrant. - MODERATOR ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the neces- Duane P. Landreth One Hundred Eighty Six 186 - Write In Three sary majority. 3 Blanks Thirty Six 36 - ARTICLE 5. MUTUAL AID LAW SELECTMEN - Kendall Farrar One Hundred Seventy Six 176 ENFORCEMENT AGREEMENT - IMA John P. Hinckley, Jr. One Hundred Seventy Seven 177 - Write In Zero 0 To see if the Town will vote pursuant to Chapter 3, Blanks Ninety Seven 97 - Section 3-5-3 of the Orleans Home Rule Charter to authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter into an BOARD OF HEALTH - Intermunicipal Agreement with the Cape Cod Jan Schneider One Hundred Sixty Nine 169 Regional Law Enforcement Council, Inc. The Carol Wilcoxson One Hundred Seventy Four 174 - Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions Write In Zero 0 under which mutual aid will be provided to member Blanks One Hundred Seven 107 - police departments in the event of terrorist or enemy action, natural disaster or any other unusual NAUSET REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE - occurrence. A copy of the proposed Agreement is Truman Henson, Jr. One Hundred Eighty One 181 on file with the Town Clerk, or to take any other action Write In Two 2 - relative thereto. (Board of Selectmen) Blanks Forty Two 42 - ORLEANS SCHOOL COMMITTEE MOTION: To accept and adopt Article #5 as printed in the Warrant. Jan Bone One Hundred Forty One 141 - Write In, Pam Jordan Ninety Eight 98 ACTION: Voted, voice vote carries by the Blanks Two Hundred Eleven 211 - necessary majority. ORLEANS HOUSING AUTHORITY - James A. Birdsall One Hundred Seventy Five 173 ARTICLE 6. CLOSING ARTICLE Write In Zero 0 - Blanks Fifty Two 52 And to act on any other business that may legally - come before the meeting. (Board of Selectmen) TRUSTEE FOR SNOW LIBRARY - Barbara EldridgeOne Hundred Eighty Three 183 The meeting was adjourned at 7:50 p.m. Skip Rozin One Hundred Sixty Nine 169 Write In One 1 - Blanks Ninety Seven 97 - 84 - ... - QUESTION 1. NAUSET REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE .. Truman Henson, Jr. One Hundred Seventy Two 172 Shall the Town approve the Charter Amendment Write In Zero 0 - proposed by Article 14 of the December 3, 2001 Blanks Twelve 12 Special Town Meeting as summarized below? ... ORLEANS SCHOOL COMMITTEE SUMMARY: This amendment provides than any Jan Bone One Hundred Sixty Three 163 .. inter-municipal agreement which requires an Write In, Pam Jordan Nine 9 appropriation of Town funds in excess of $1 0,000.00 Blanks One Hundred Ninety Six 196 - and/or a commitment by the Town for more than two years requires the approval of Town Meeting. ORLEANS HOUSING AUTHORITY .. James A. Birdsall One Hundred Sixty Six 166 Yes -178, No - 23, Blanks - 24 Write In Zero 0 .. Blanks Eighteen 18 - QUESTION 2. TRUSTEE FOR SNOW LIBRARY .. Shall the Town approve the Charter Amendment Barbara Eldridge One Hundred Sixty Two 162 proposed by Article 18 of the December 3, 2001 Skip Rozin One Hundred Fifty 150 .. Special Town Meeting as summarized below? Write In Zero 0 Blanks Fifty Six 56 - SUMMARY: This amendment provides that Town Meeting adoption of an Article calling for a capital QUESTION 1. - improvement, which is not in compliance with the then accepted Capital Plan, shall require a single Shall the Town approve the Charter Amendment - three-fourths majority vote of the Town Meeting. The proposed by Article 14 of the December 3, 2001 existing Charter has been applied to require two Special Town Meeting as summarized below? ... votes when acting on such an Article; a preliminary .. procedural three-fourths vote and then a vote on SUMMARY: This amendment provides that any the merits of the Article. inter-municipal agreement which requires an .. appropriation of Town funds in excess of $1 0,000.00 Yes - 166, No - 30, Blanks- 29 and/or a commitment by the Town for more than .. two years requires the approval of Town Meeting. PRECINCT #2 184 CITIZENS VOTED .. Yes - 162, No - 16, Blanks - 6 MODERATOR ... Duane P. Landreth One Hundred Fifty Eight 158 QUESTION 2. Write In One 1 ... Blanks Twenty Five 25 Shall the Town approve the Charter Amendment proposed by Article 18 of the December 3, 2001 - SELECTMEN Special Town Meeting as summarized below? Kendall Farrar One Hundred Fifty One 151 - John P. Hinckley, Jr. One Hundred Sixty Five 165 SUMMARY: This amendment provides that Town Write In Seven 7 Meeting adoption of an article calling for a capital .. Blanks Forty Five 45 improvement, which is not in compliance with the then accepted Capital Plan, shall require a single .. BOARD OF HEALTH three-fourths majority vote of the Town Meeting. The - Jan Schneider One Hundred Sixty 160 existing Charter has been applied to require two Carol Wilcoxson One Hundred Fifty Seven 157 votes when acting on such an article; a preliminary .. Write In One 1 procedural three-fourths vote and then a vote on Blanks Fifty 50 the merits of the article. - Yes - 48, No - 30, Blanks - 0 .. 85 .. .. - - STATE PRIMARY TREASURER - SEPTEMBER 17, 2002 Michael P. Cahill Sixty Two 62 Timothy P. Cahill One Hundred Twenty 120 - PRECINCT #1 Stephen J. Murphy Thirty Nine 39 - VOTERS 792 James W. Segel One Hundred Thirty 130 Blanks Fifty Seven 57 - The polls were declared opened at 7:00 a.m. by Town Clerk Anne R. Lennon; both precincts were AUDITOR - in Room C of the Town Hall. A. Joseph DeNucci Two Hundred Ninety 290 - Election workers: Constable Mary Stevens, Blanks One Hundred Eighteen 118 Constable John Fitzpatrick, Warden Mary - Walker, Asst. Warden Joan Reed, Check-in/out: REPRESENTA~INCONGRESS Esther Beilby, Gloria Edwards, Paul Edwards, William D. Delahunt Three Hundred Fifty Nine 359 - Patricia Estabrook, Elizabeth Floyd, Jean Blanks Forty Nine 49 - Gardiner, Judith Gardiner, Martha Gibbs, Steven Hertz, Gloria Mellin, Beverly Muto, Nick Muto, COUNCILLOR - Maire Pearl, Harold Rusch, Joan Speiker, Joan Carole A. Fiola Two Hundred Eighty Five 285 Taylor, Olive Westa, and Virginia Wiley. Blanks One Hundred Twenty Three 123 - The polls were declared closed at 8:05 p.m. SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - Robert A. O'Leary Three Hundred Thirty Three 333 DEMOCRATIC PARTY Blanks Seventy Five 75 - - SENATOR IN CONGRESS REPRESENTA~INGENERALCOURT John F. Kerry Three Hundred Sixty Three 363 No Candidate - Blanks Forty Five 45 Blanks Four Hundred Eight 408 - GOVERNOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY - Thomas F. Birmingham Thirty Eight 38 Kevin D. Callahan Three Hundred and Two 302 Steven Grossman Four 4 Blanks One Hundred Six 106 - Shannon P. O'Brien One Hundred Fifty Five 155 Robert B. Reich One Hundred Fifty Six 156 REGISTER OF PROBATE - Warren E. Tolman Fifty Five 55 No Candidate Blanks Zero 0 Blanks Four Hundred Eight 408 - - UEUTENANTGOVERNOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Christopher F. Gabrieli One Hundred Fifty Six 156 Roland J. Dupont Two Hundred Seventy Five 275 - Lois G. Pines One Hundred Forty Three 143 Blanks One Hundred Thirty Three 133 John P. Slattery Seventy One 71 - Blanks Thirty Eight 38 REPUBLICAN PARTY - ATTORNEY GENERAL SENATOR IN CONGRESS - Thomas F. Reilly Three Hundred Thirty Five 335 No Candidate Blanks Seventy Three 73 Blanks Three Hundred Eighty 380 - SECRETARY OF STATE GOVERNOR - William Francis Galvin Three Hundred Twenty Four 324 Mitt Romney Three Hundred Fifty Five 355 Blanks Eighty four 84 Blanks Twenty Five 25 - 86 - - ... - UEUlENANTGOVERNOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Kerry Murphy Healey Two Hundred Twenty Three 223 William Doherty Two Hundred Ninety 290 - Jim Rappaport One Hundred Fifty Five 155 Blanks Ninety 90 ... Blanks Two 2 LIBERTARIAN PARTY .. ATTORNEY GENERAL No Candidate SENATOR IN CONGRESS - Blanks Three Hundred Eighty 380 Michael E. Cloud One 1 .. SECRETARY OF STATE GOVERNOR .. Jack E. Robinson III Two Hundred Thirty Five 235 Carla A. Howell One 1 Blanks One Hundred Forty Five 145 .... LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR .. TREASURER Richard P. Aucoin One 1 Daniel A Grabauskas One Hundred Fifteen 115 - Bruce A. Herzfelder Two Hundred Eight 208 ATTORNEY GENERAL Blanks Fifty Seven 57 No candidate Zero 0 - AUDITOR SECRETARY OF STATE .. No Candidate No candidate Zero 0 .. Blanks Three Hundred Eighty 380 TREASURER .. REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS No candidate Zero 0 Lou Gonzaga Two Hundred Thirty Six 236 - Blanks One Hundred Forty Four 144 AUDITOR - Kamal Jain One 1 COUNCILLOR - No Candidate REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS Blanks Three Hundred Eighty 380 No Candidate Zero 0 - SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT COUNCILLOR - Mark C. Boardman Two Hundred Eighty Nine 289 No candidate Zero 0 - Blanks Ninety One 91 SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT No candidate Zero 0 Shirley A. Gomes Three Hundred Twenty One 321 .... Blanks Fifty Nine 59 REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT ... No candidate Zero 0 DISTRICT ATTORNEY - John F. Meade One Hundred Twenty Seven 127 DISTRICT ATTORNEY Michael O'Keefe Two Hundred and Four 204 No candidate Zero 0 - Blanks Forty Nine 49 REGISTER OF PROBATE .. REGISTER OF PROBATE No candidate Zero 0 - Fredric P. ClaussenTwo Hundred and Two 202 Priscilla J. Young One Hundred Twenty Five 125 COUNTY COMMISSIONER .. Blanks Fifty Three 53 No candidate Zero 0 - 87 - - - - GREEN PARTY STATE ELECTION - SEPTEMBER 17, 2002 SENATOR IN CONGRESS - Zero 0 PRECINCT #2 No candidate - VOTERS 800 GOVERNOR - Jill E. Stein One 1 The polls were declared opened at 7:00 a.m. by Town Clerk Anne R. Lennon; both precincts were - LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR in Room C of the Town Hall. - Anthony F. Lorenzen Zero 1 Election workers: Constable Mary Stevens, Constable John Fitzpatrick, Warden Mary - ATTORNEY GENERAL Walker, Asst. Warden Joan Reed, Check in/out: No candidate Zero 0 Esther Beilby, Gloria Edwards, Paul Edwards, - Patricia Estabrook, Elizabeth Floyd, Jean SECRETARY OF STATE Gardiner, Judith Gardiner, Martha Gibbs, Steven - No candidate Zero 0 Hertz, Gloria Mellin, Beverly Muto, Nick Muto, - Maire Pearl, Harold Rusch, Joan Speiker, Joan TREASURER Taylor, Olive Westa, and Virginia Wiley. - James O'Keefe One 1 The polls were declared closed at 8:05 p.m. - AUDITOR No candidate Zero 0 DEMOCRATIC PARTY - - REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS SENATOR IN CONGRESS No candidate Zero 0 John F. Kerry Three Hundred Sixty Three 326 - Blanks Forty Two 42 COUNCILLOR - No candidate Zero 0 GOVERNOR - Thomas F. Birmingham Twenty Six 26 SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT Steven Grossman Two 2 - No candidate Zero 0 Shannon P. O'Brien One Hundred Fifty Five 155 Robert B. Reich One Hundred Forty Five 145 - REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT Warren E. Tolman Forty Seven 47 No candidate Zero 0 Blanks Three 3 - - DISTRICT ATTORNEY LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR No candidate Zero 0 Christopher F. Gabrieli One Hundred Thirty Six 136 - Lois G. Pines OneHundred Forty Eight 148 REGISTER OF PROBATE John P. Slattery Fifty Two 52 - No candidate Zero 0 Blanks Forty Two 42 - COUNTY COMMISSIONER ATTORNEY GENERAL - No candidate Zero 0 Thomas F. Reilly Two Hundred Ninety Seven 'ld7 Blanks Eighty One 81 - SECRETARY OF STATE - William Francis Galvin Two Hundred Eighty Seven 287 Blanks Ninety One 91 - - 88 - - - TREASURER UEUTENANTGOVERNOR Michael P. Cahill Sixty One 61 Kerry Murphy Healey Two Hundred Eighty Nine 289 - Timothy P. Cahill Ninety Five 95 Jim Rappaport One Hundred Thirty One 131 .. Stephen J. Murphy Twenty One 21 Blanks Two 2 James W. Sege One Hundred Forty One 141 .. Blanks Sixty 60 ATTORNEY GENERAL No Candidate .. AUDITOR Blanks Four Hundred Twenty Two 422 - A. Joseph DeNucci Two Hundred Sixty Two 262 Blanks One Hundred Sixteen 116 SECRETARY OF STATE - Jack E. Robinson III Two Hundred Forty Eight 248 REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS Blanks One Hundred Seventy Four 174 .. William D. Delahunt Three Hundred Thirty 3.l) .. Blanks Forty Eight 48 TREASURER Daniel A. Grabauskas One Hundred Thirty Five 135 - COUNCILLOR Bruce A. Herzfelder Two Hundred Twelve 212 Carole A. Fiola Two Hundred Forty Five 245 Blanks Seven Five 75 .. Blanks One Hundred Thirty Three 133 AUDITOR - SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT No Candidate - Robert A. O'Leary Two Hundred Ninety Nine 299 Blanks Four Hundred Twenty Two 422 Blanks Seventy Nine 79 - REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT Lou Gonzaga Two Hundred Fifty Seven 257 - No Candidate Blanks One Hundred Sixty Five 165 .. Blanks Three Hundred Seventy Eight 378 COUNCILLOR - DISTRICT ATTORNEY No Candidate Kevin D. Callahan Two Hundred Sixty Eight 268 Blanks Four Hundred Twenty Two 422 .. Blanks One Hundred Ten 110 SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - REGISTER OF PROBATE Mark C. Boardman Three Hundred Thirteen 313 - No Candidate Blanks One Hundred Nine 109 Blanks Three Hundred Seventy Eight 378 - REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT COUNTY COMMISSIONER Shirley A. GomesThree Hundred Fifty Two 352 - Roland J. Dupont Two Hundred Forty Nine 249 Blanks Seventy 70 Blanks One Hundred Twenty Nine 129 - DISTRICT ATTORNEY - REPUBLICAN PARTY John F. Meade One Hundred Thirty Two 132 Michael O'Keefe Two Hundred Twenty Four 224 - SENATOR IN CONGRESS Blanks Sixty Six 66 No Candidate - Blanks Four Hundred Twenty Two 422 REGISTER OF PROBATE Fredric P. Claussen T we Hundred Twenty Eight 228 - GOVERNOR Priscilla J. Young One Hundred Thirteen 113 - Mitt Romney Three Hundred Ninety Six 396 Blanks Eighty One 81 Blanks Twenty Six 26 - .. 89 .. - - COUNTY COMMISSIONER GREEN PARTY - William Doherty Three Hundred Three 303 Blanks One Hundred Nineteen 119 SENATOR IN CONGRESS - No candidate Zero 0 - LIBERTARIAN PARTY GOVERNOR - SENATOR IN CONGRESS Jill E. Stein Zero 0 Michael E. Cloud One 1 - LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR - GOVERNOR Anthony F Lorenzen Zero 0 Carla A. Howell One 1 - ATTORNEY GENERAL LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR No candidate Zero 0 - Richard P. Aucoin One 1 - SECRETARY OF STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL No candidate Zero 0 - No candidate Zero 0 TREASURER - SECRETARY OF STATE James O'Keefe Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - AUDITOR - TREASURER No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS AUDITOR No candidate Zero 0 - Kamal Jain Zero 0 COUNCILLOR - REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS No candidate Zero 0 - No Candidate Zero 0 SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - COUNCILLOR No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT - SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - DISTRICT ATTORNEY REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT No candidate Zero 0 - No candidate Zero 0 REGISTER OF PROBATE - DISTRICT ATTORNEY No candidate Zero 0 - No candidate Zero 0 COUNTY COMMISSIONER - REGISTER OF PROBATE No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - AUDITOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER A. Joseph DeNucci Two Hundred Ninety 290 - No candidate Zero 0 Blanks One Hundred Eighteen 118 - - 90 - .. - REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS SECRETARY OF STATE V\Im1 D. DeIaIu1t Three Hundred Filly Nine 359 Jack E. Robinson III Two Hundred Thirty FIVe 235 - Blanks Forty Nine 49 Blanks One Hundred Forty Five 145 .. COUNCILLOR TREASURER - Carole A. Fiola Two Hundred Eighty Five 85 Daniel A. Grabauskas One Hundred Fifteen 115 Blanks One Hundred Twenty Three 123 Bruce A. Herzfelder Two Hundred Eight 208 .. Blanks Fifty Seven 57 ... SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT Robert A. O'Leary ThreeHundredThirtyThree 333 AUDITOR .. Blanks Seventy Five 75 No Candidate Blanks Three Hundred Eighty 380 ... REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT .. No Candidate REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS Blanks Four Hundred Eight 408 Lou Gonzaga Two Hundred Thirty Six 236 - Blanks One Hundred Forty Four 144 DISTRICT ATTORNEY .. Kevin D. Callahan Three Hundred and Two 302 COUNCILLOR Blanks One Hundred Six 106 No Candidate .. Blanks Three Hundred Eighty 380 - REGISTER OF PROBATE No Candidate SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT .. Blanks Four Hundred Eight 408 Mark C. Boardman Two Hundred Bghty Nine 289 Blanks Ninety One 91 - COUNTY COMMISSIONER - Roland J. DupontTwo Hundred Seventy Five 275 REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT Blanks One Hundred Thirty Three 133 Shirley A. Gomes ThreeHundredTwentyOne 321 - Blanks Fifty Nine 59 REPUBLICAN PARTY - DISTRICT ATTORNEY SENATOR IN CONGRESS John F. Meade One Hundred Twenty Seven 127 - No Candidate Michael O'Keefe Two Hundred and Four 204 - Blanks Three Hundred Eighty 380 Blanks Forty Nine 49 - GOVERNOR REGISTER OF PROBATE Mitt Romney Three Hundred Fifty Five 355 Fredric P. Claussen Two Hundred and Two 202 - Blanks Twenty Five 25 Priscilla J. Young One Hundred Twenty Five 125 Blanks Fifty Three 53 - UEUTENANT GOVENOR .. Kerry Murphy Healey COUNTY COMMISSIONER Two Hundred Twenty Three 223 William Doherty Two Hundred Ninety 290 - Jim Rappaport One Hundred Fifty Five 155 Blanks Ninety 90 Blanks Two 2 ... LIBERTARIAN PARTY ATTORNEY GENERAL - No Candidate SENATOR IN CONGRESS - Blanks Three Hundred Eighty 380 Michael E. Cloud One 1 - 91 - - - - GOVERNOR ATTORNEY GENERAL - Carla A. Howell One 1 No candidate Zero 0 - UEUTENANTGOVERNOR SECRETARY OF STATE - Richard P. Aucoin One 1 No candidate Zero 0 - ATTORNEY GENERAL TREASURER No candidate Zero 0 James O'Keefe One 1 - - SECRETARY OF STATE AUDITOR No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - TREASURER REPRESENTATNE IN CONGRESS - No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - AUDITOR COUNCILLOR - Kamal Jain One 1 No candidate Zero 0 - REPRESENTATNE IN CONGRESS SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT No Candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - - COUNCILLOR REPRESENTATNE IN GENERAL COURT No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT DISTRICT ATTORNEY - No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - REPRESENTATNE IN GENERAL COURT REGISTER OF PROBATE - No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - D1STRlCTATTORNEY COUNTY COMMISSIONER No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - REGISTER OF PROBATE STATE ELECTION - No candidate Zero 0 SEPTEMBER 17, 2002 - COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT #2 - No candidate Zero 0 VOTERS 800 - GREEN PARTY The polls were declared opened at 7:00 a.m. by - Town Clerk Anne R. Lennon; both precincts were SENATOR IN CONGRESS in Room C of the Town Hall. - No candidate Zero 0 Election workers: Constable Mary Stevens, Constable John Fitzpatrick, Warden Mary - GOVERNOR Walker, Asst. Warden Joan Reed, Check in/out: Jill E. Stein One 1 Esther Beilby, Gloria Edwards, Paul Edwards, - Patricia Estabrook, Elizabeth Floyd, Jean - UEUTENANTGOVERNOR Gardiner, Judith Gardiner, Martha Gibbs, Steven Anthony F. Lorenzen Zero 0 Hertz, Gloria Mellin, Beverly Muto, Nick Muto, - 92 - .. - Maire Pearl, Harold Rusch, Joan Speiker, Joan SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT Taylor, Olive Westa, and Virginia Wiley. Robert A. O'leary Two Hundred Ninety Nine 299 - Blanks Seventy Nine 79 The polls were declared closed at 8:05 p.m. .. REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT - DEMOCRATIC PARTY No Candidate Blanks Three Hundred Seventy Eight 378 - SENATOR IN CONGRESS John F. Kerry Three Hundred Sixty Three 336 DISTRICT ATTORNEY .. Blanks Forty Two 42 Kevin D. Callahan Two Hundred Sixty Eight 268 ... GOVERNOR Blanks One Hundred Ten 110 Thomas F. Birmingham Twenty Six 26 ... Steven Grossman Two 2 REGISTER OF PROBATE Shannon P. O'Brien One Hundred Fifty Five 155 No Candidate ... Robert B. Reich One Hundred Forty Five 145 BIa1ks Three Hundred Seventy Eight 378 Warren E. Tolman Forty Seven 47 .. Blanks Three 3 COUNTY COMMISSIONER .. Roland J. Dupont Two Hundred Forty Nine 249 UE~GOVERNOR Blanks One Hundred Twenty Nine 129 .. Christopher F. Gabrieli One Hundred Thirty Six 136 Lois G. Pines One Hundred Forty Eight 148 REPUBLICAN PARTY .. John P. Slattery Fifty Two 52 Blanks Forty Two 42 .. SENATOR IN CONGRESS ATTORNEY GENERAL No Candidate - Thomas F. Reilly Two Hundred Ninety Seven 297 Blanks Four Hundred Twenty Two 422 Blanks Eighty One 81 - GOVERNOR SECRETARY OF STATE Mitt Romney Three Hundred Ninety Six 396 - Wlliam Francis Galvin Two Hundred Eighty Seven 287 Blanks Twent y Six 26 Blanks Ninety One 91 - TREASURER UEUTENANTGOVERNOR - Michael P. Cahill Sixty One 61 Kerry Murphy HealeyTwo Hundred Eighty Nine 289 Timothy P. Cahill Ninety Five 95 Jim Rappaport One Hundred Thirty One 131 .. Stephen J. Murphy Twenty One 21 Blanks Two 2 - James W. Segel One Hundred Forty One 141 Kamal Jain Zero 0 Blanks Sixty 60 ... AUDITOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS No Candidate Zero 0 ... A. Joseph DeNucci Two Hundred Sixty Two 262 Blanks One Hundred Sixteen 116 COUNCILLOR - REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS No candidate Zero 0 - William D. Delahunt Three Hundred Thirty 330 SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT Blanks Forty Eight 48 No candidate Zero 0 ... COUNCILLOR REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT ... Carole A. Fiola Two Hundred Forty Five 245 No candidate Zero 0 Blanks One Hundred Thirty Three 133 ... DISTRICT ATTORNEY - No candidate Zero 0 93 .. .. - - REGISTER OF PROBATE COUNTY COMNlSSIONER - No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - COUNTY COMMISSIONER GREEN PARTY - No candidate Zero 0 SENATOR IN CONGRESS - LIBERTARIAN PARTY No candidate Zero 0 - SENATOR IN CONGRESS GOVERNOR - Michael E. Cloud One 1 Jill E. Stein Zero 0 - GOVERNOR UEUTENANTGOVERNOR Carla A. Howell One 1 Anthony F. Lorenzen Zero 0 - - UEUTENANT GOVERNOR ATTORNEY GENERAL Richard P. Aucoin One 1 No candidate Zero 0 - ATTORNEYGENERAL SECRETARY OF STATE - No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - SECRETARY OF STATE TREASURER - No candidate Zero 0 James O'Keefe Zero 0 - TREASURER AUDITOR No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - AUDITOR REPRESENTA~INCONGRESS - Kamal Jain One 1 No candidate Zero 0 - REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS COUNCILLOR - No Candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - COUNCILLOR SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT REPRESENTA~INGENERALCOURT No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT DISTRICT ATTORNEY - No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - DISTRICT ATTORNEY REGISTER OF PROBATE - No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - REGISTER OF PROBATE COUNTY COMMISSIONER No candidate Zero 0 No candidate Zero 0 - - - 94 - .. .. STATE ELECTION REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS NOVEMBER 5, 2002 William D. Delahunt - One Thousand One Hundred Thirty One 1131 Luiz Gonzagas Seven Hundred Sixty Two 762 .. The State Election was held on Tuesday November 5, 2002, in the American Legion Blanks Fifty Two 52 - Building. We had both Precinct #1 and Precinct COUNCILLOR #2 vote in the same place. The total number of - voters was 3764, which is a 67% turnout. Carol A. Fiola One Thousand One Hundred Thirty Five 1135 ... PRECINCT #1 Blanks Eight Hundred Ten 810 .. SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT SENATOR IN CONGRESS Robert A. O'Leary Eight Hundred Sixty 860 ... John F. Kerry OneThousandTwoHundredThirteen 1213 Mark C. Boardman One Thousand Nineteen 1019 Michael E. Cloud Four Hundred Twenty One 421 Blanks Sixty Six 66 .. Jack E. Robinson III Two 2 - Randall Forsberg Twenty Seven 27 REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT Blanks Two Hundred Eighty Two 282 Shirley Gomes .- One Thousand Six Hundred Thirty Three 1633 GOVERNORANDUEUTENANTGOVERNOR Blanks Three Hundred Twelve 312 .. Howell and Aucoin Sixteen 16 DISTRICT ATTORNEY .. O'Brien and Gabrieli Six Hundred Ninety Four 694 Romney and Healey Kevin D. Callahan Five Hundred Seventy Five 575 Michael O'Keefe .. One Thousand One Hundred Forty Nine 1149 One Thousand Two Hundred Ninety Three 1293 Stein and Lorenzen Fifty Nine 59 - Johnson and Schebel Ten 10 Blanks Seventy Seven 77 Blanks Seventeen 17 - REGISTER OF PROBATE Frederic P. Claussen - ATTORNEY GENERAL One Thousand Four Hundred Sixty Seven 1467 Thomas F. Reilly Blanks Four Hundred Seventy Eight 478 .. One Thousand Three Hundred Thirty One 1331 Blanks Six Hundred Fourteen 614 COUNTY COMMISSIONER .. William Doherty .. SECRETARY OF STATE One Thousand One Hundred Thirty 1130 William Francis Galvin Roland J. Dupont Five Hundred Fifty Two 552 .. One Thousand and Thirty Nine 1039 J. Gregory Milne One Hundred Thirteen 113 Jack E. Robinson, III Seven Hundred Eighty Three 783 Blanks One Hundred Fifty 150 ... Blanks One Hundred Twenty Three 123 BARNSTABLEASSEMBLYDELEGATE .. TREASURER John Hodgkinson Timothy P. Cahill Six Hundred Sixty Five 665 One Thousand Four Hundred Three 1403 - Blanks Five Hundred Forty Two 542 Daniel A. GrabauskasOne Thousand Thirty Seven 1037 .. James O'Keefe One Hundred Sixty Nine 169 QUESTION #1 Blanks Seventy Four 74 YES Eight Hundred Thirty Five 835 .. NO Nine Hundred Thirty Seven 937 AUDITOR BLANKS One Hundred Seventy Three 173 .. A. Joseph De Nucci One Thousand Forty Nine 1049 .. Kamal Jain One Hundred Thirty Seven 137 John James Xenakis Three Hundred Sixty Eight 368 .. Blanks Three Hundred Ninety One 391 95 .. - - - QUESTION #2 Luiz Gonzagas Six Hundred Seventy 670 - YES One Thousand Two Hundred Forty 1240 Blanks Sixty Two 62 NO Six Hundred Five 605 - BLANKS One Hundred 100 COUNCILLOR Carol A. Fiola One Thousand and Forty Eight 1048 - QUESTION #3 Blanks Seven Hundred Seventy One 771 - YES Five Hundred Eighty Seven 587 NO One Thousand Two Hundred Seventeen 1217 SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - BLANKS One Hundred Forty One 141 Robert A. O'Leary Eight Hundred and Six 806 Mark C. Boardman Nine Hundred Forty One 941 - PRECINCT #2 Blanks Seventy Two 72 SENATOR IN CONGRESS - John F. Kerry REPRESENTA~INGENERALCOURT One Thousand One Hundred Forty Six 1146 Shirley Gomes - Michael E. Cloud Four Hundred Seven 407 One Thousand Five Hundred Nineteen 1519 - Randall Forsberg Seventeen 17 Blanks Three Hundred 300 Blanks Two Hundred Forty Nine 249 - DISTRICT ATTORNEY GO~ORANDUEUTENANTGO~R Kevin D. Callahan Five Hundred Thirty Two 532 - Howell and Aucoin Eighteen 18 Michael O'Keefe One ThousandTwo Hundred 1Lm O'Brien and Gabrieli Six Hundred Sixty Two 662 Blanks Eighty Seven 87 - Romney and Healey One Thousand Fifty Four 1054 Stein and Lorenzen Sixty Five 65 REGISTER OF PROBATE - Johnson and Schebel Ten 10 Frederic P. Claussen Blanks Ten 10 One Thousand Three Hundred Fifty Two 1352 - Blanks ]Four Hundred Sixty Seven 467 - ATTORNEY GENERAL Thomas F. Reilly COUNTY COMMISSIONER - One Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Three 1253 William Doherty One Thousand and Twenty Four 1024 Blanks Five Hundred Sixty Six 566 Roland J. Dupont Five Hundred Twenty Seven 527 - J. Gregory Milne One Hundred and Ten 110 SECRETARY OF STATE Blanks One Hundred Fifty Eight 158 - Wlliam Frands GaMn Nine Hundred Eighty Five 985 Jack E. Robinson, III Six Hundred Eighty Two 682 BARNSTABLE ASSEMBLY DELEGATE - Blanks One Hundred Fifty Two 152 John Hodgkinson One Thousand Three Hundred Nine 1309 - TREASURER Blanks Five Hundred Ten 510 Timothy P. Cahill Five Hundred Fifty Six 556 - Daniel A. Grabauskas QUESTION #1 - Nine Hundred Ninety Four 994 YES Eight Hundred Twenty Seven fQ7 James O'Keefe One Hundred Eighty Three 183 NO Eight Hundred Forty Two 842 - Blanks Eighty Six 86 BLANKS One Hundred Fifty 150 - AUDITOR QUESTION #2 A. Joseph De Nucci Nine Hundred Sixty Seven 967 YES One Thousand One Hundred Eighty 1180 - Kamal Jain One Hundred Forty Nine 149 NO Five Hundred Forty Two 542 John James Xenakis Three Hundred Ten 310 BLANKS Ninety Seven 97 - Blanks Three Hundred Ninety Three 393 QUESTION #3 - REPRESENTAT~INCONGRESS YES Six Hundred Sixty Two 662 William D. Delahunt NO One Thousand and Sixty Seven 1067 - One Thousand and Eighty Seven 1087 BLANKS Ninety 90 - 96 - ... - OLD KINGS HIGHWAY HISTORIC BIRTHS DISTRICT COMMITTEE ELECTION - There were a total of ~ Births, .J&... Males and The Old Kings Highway Historic District Election 18 Females recorded in this office in 2002. ... was held on Tuesday November 26, 2002 at 7:30 ... p.m. in the office of the Town Clerk. Under M.G.L. Chapter 438 births of children cannot Present were: John P. Hinckley, Jr., Chairman of be published in the Town Report. ... the Board of Selectmen and Anne R. Lennon, Town Clerk. MARRIAGES ... No one presented nomination papers; no one was Januarv ... in attendance to make nominations from the floor. 1 st Andrew James Fietek, Albuquerque, NM to Mollie McShane Patz, Albuquerque, NM ... No election took place as to the fact that there were 28th Jeremiah Wright, Orleans, MA to Cheryl no candidates. Keanani Hibbens, Orleans, MA ... The election was opened at 7:30 p.m. and closed Februarv - at 7:35 p.m. 19th Paul Ford Masterson, Harwich, MA to Shelton V. Whitehead, Brewster, MA - A true copy attest, - Anne R. Lennon, Town Clerk March 20th Frank Clyde Cavanaugh, Brewster, MA to ... Patricia M. McLaughlin, Brewster, MA DOG LICENSES - 81m! 213 Males @ $3.00 = $639 28th Donald Howard Powers, Orleans, MA to - 206 Spayed Females @ $3.00 = $618 Patricia B. Morse, Orleans, MA 19 Females @ $6.00 = $114 ... 3 Kennels @ $10.00 = $30 Mav 2 Boarding Kennels@ $50.00 = $100 4th Craig H. Bodamer, Orleans, MA to Lindsay - Anne Hoadley, Orleans, MA - TOTAL $1,501 11 th Nicholas Mark Kotsovolos, Oakville, Canada to Sarah Kathryn McDonald, Orleans, MA - SHELLFISH PERMITS 11 th Thomas M. Fettig, Orleans, MA to Kristin Jean Knowles, Orleans, MA ... 88 Over 65 ResidentTaxpayers @ 10.00 18th Charles G. Mclnally, Burlington, MA to 880.00 Krystyna Katarzyna Kardasz, Burlington, MA - 439 Resident Taxpayers @ 20.00 18th Phillip C. Cavazos, Houston, TX to Janice 8,780.00 Brickett, Houston, TX - 340 Mass Non Taxpayers @ 30.00 18th Chris G. Taloumis, E. Harwich to Jennifer A. 10,200.00 Floyd, E. Harwich, MA ... 115 Out of State @ 50.00 18th Christopher Mark Hatch, Harwich, MA to 5,750.00 Victoria A. Dalmau, Harwich, MA - 15 Duplicate @ 1.00 18th Merton S. Barrows, Hendersonville, NC to 15.00 Beatrice Mae Reager, Hendersonville, NC ... TOTAL $25,625.00 18th Howard Manuel Sirvent, Durham, NH to Melissa Lynn Miles, Durham, NC ... PASSPORTS June ... We received $4.740.00 in revenue as a result of 1 st Michael Sean Styskal, Orleans, MA to sales of ~ passports. Kathleen Mary Kennedy, Orleans, MA ... 1 st John Phillip Aldrich, Berkeley, CA to - Kathleen A. Noble, Berkeley, CA 97 - - - - 2nd Jeffrey Stephen Bornemeier, Orleans, MA 24th Gregory Ross Speed, Washington, DC to - to Praerawee Thonglim, Orleans, MA Lona Juel Valmoro, Washington, DC 8th Timothy Andrew Martin, Milford, CT to Amy 29th Thomas Patrick Accordino, Staten Island, - Kate Siekman, Milford, CT NY to Katherine M Corona, Staten Island, 8th Benjamin John Schaus, Killeen, TX to Micki NY - Quinn, Orleans, MA 31st James Murtha, West Milford, NJ to Melissa 21st James P. Suggs, Eastham, MA to Patricia Anne Murphy, West Milford, NJ - Mary Mahoney, Eastham, MA - 21st William Chalmers, Orleans, MA to Judith E. September Doczy, Orleans, MA 6th Neil Joseph McGarry, Maplewood, NJ to - 2200 David Forcucci, Seattle, WA to Christine Beatrix M Mellauner, Maplewood, NJ Teresa Baier, Seattle, WA 7th Thomas Edward Frechette, Windsor, CT - 23rd Christopher David Fontecchio, Washington, to Gilmay Bouchard, Orleans, MA DC to Stacey Lynn Schultz, Washington, 7th Michael Evanko Joy, Orleans, MA to - DC Allyson Leigh Kimtis, Orleans, MA 26th Christopher Bernhard Johansson, San 8th John Edward Manley, Jr., North Bergen, - Francisco, CA to Erin Elizabeth Kain, San NJ to Lisa Donovan, North Bergen, NJ Francisco, CA 12th Nicholas J. Pangakis, Orleans, MA to Mary - Anne McConnell, Orleans, MA Julv 14th Robert Morris Sheehan, Brewster, MA to - 5th Jeffrey William Thomas, Loudon, TN to Erika Kimberly Francis, Brewster, MA - Rebecca Anne Dobbs, Loudon, TN 14th David A. Groo, Chicago, IL to Vicki Lyn J 27th Anthony John Allott Patterson, London, ust, Chicago, IL - England to Carolann Butterworth, London, 21st Ryan Michael Quinn, New York, NY to England Nicole Marie Talbot, New York, NY - 27th Gianluca Morello, New York, NY to Alison 21st Austin Antoine Jalbert, Harwich, MA to Mary Krouse, New York, NY Andrea Ruth Johnson, Harwich, MA - 28th David Mark Jannetty, Waterbury, CT to Julie 21st Michael Jonathan Frankenstein, Hamberg, Ann Fonseca, Waterbury, CT Germany to Melissa Emily Lamson, - Hamburg, Germany Auaust 21st Roger O. Peterson, Seattle, WA to Colleen - 3rd Gary Thomas Gold, Norwalk, CT to Jean Nunnally, Seattle, WA Marie Kamerschen, Norwalk, CT 22nd Benjamin Jacob Keidan, Arlington, VA to - 3rd Bryant Harland Besse, Orleans, MA to Caroline Georgina Decker, Arlington, VA Victoria McGee Floyd, Orleans, MA 28th Timothy David Goldstein, Conschohocken, - 3rd Richard William Roberts, E. Longmeadow, PA to Christine Hennessey, Conscho- MA to Cristin E O'Hara, Brewster, MA hocken,PA - 3rd Daniel Chad Updyke, New York, NY to 28th Christopher John Grassi, Stamford, CT to - Justine Hand, New York, NY Amy C. Nettleton, Stamford, CT 8th David Joseph Wolf, San Antonio, TX to 28th Philip V. Scozzarella, Pleasantville, NY to - Deidre Ann Cacchillo, San Antonio, TX Heather Stearns-Hurley, Pleasantville, NY 10th Harry H Albritton, Jr., Farmville, NC to Lesley 28th Rodrigo Alonso Campos Fonseca, Orleans, - J. Wiseman, Farmville, NC MA to Jaime Lane Chaffee, Orleans, MA 10th Brian Cutler MaCort, Orleans, MA to - Christina Maya Johnson, Orleans, MA October 10th Robert Cushing Terry, Jr., Cambridge, MA 4th William C. Harrison, Brewster, MA to Iris G. - to Judith Howard Whitney, Orleans, MA Mclnally, Brewster, MA 11 th Charles Douglas Lyon, Orleans, MA to Carol 5th Fritz Metellus, Orleans, MA to Karen - Ann Pearl, Orleans, MA Marie Bunzick, Orleans, MA 23rd Douglas Keith Gehret, West New York, NJ 6th Dwayne Anthony Nelson, Orleans, MA to - to Lisa Marie Minichiello, West New York, Maya Ann McCray, Orleans, MA NY - - 98 - - - 12th James G. Marshall, Orleans, MA to Jean 17th Herbert H. Hinrichs 84 A. Norgeot, Orleans, MA 27th Josephine M. Chessman 99 - 19th James Rodman Hussey, Orleans, MA to - Joyce Marie Howes, Orleans, MA &m! 1 st Russell Norman Moser 81 - November 3rd Percy Howard Goodspeed 96 2nd Paul W. Plansky, Orleans, MA to Megan 7th Clarence Herbert Mitchell 92 - Lalor Bradley, Orleans, MA 9th Marie Elizabeth Jones 78 - 9th Dean Fredrick Meehan, Hyannis, MA to 12th Marjorie R. Schofield 91 Lillian Perreault Fox, Orleans, MA 14th Mary Milinovich 88 - 10th Brad Philip Goldfarb, Dennis, MA to Terri 14th Marie Sivertsen 57 Katrice Harris, Dennis, MA 15th Frank Dominic Kineke 75 - 16th Peter Handforth Carlow, Orleans, MA to 17th Christine Carter 103 Nicola Lianne Soper, Orleans, MA 25th Edward William Gronroos 71 - 16th Stephen Theodore Crossman, Orleans, - MA to Cynthia Rae Crossman, Orleans, Mav MA 2nd Sheila Peluso 65 - 6th Robert Henry Robertson, Jr. 79 December 7th Richard K. Ainsley 81 - 8th Grant Russell Mclaurin Thayer, Boston, 10th Emily Gertrude Eaby 97 - MA to Deborah Anne Krasnow, 11 th Robert Reece Ladue 83 Cambridge, MA 12th Jean W. Gordon 95 - 12th Howard William Stout 96 DEATHS 14th Barbara Louise Drew 92 - 15th Frances Louise Fogleman 79 January 17th Harry Oscar Jacobson 88 - 2nd Mary Elizabeth Ann Bengle 74 17th Helen Bernice Williams 83 - 8th Albert J. Johnson, Sr. 71 25th Lawne A. Moore 65 9th Alice N. Fowler 76 26th Ruth A. Lane 80 - 10th Florence Q. Butler 96 27th Anna Feist 86 12th Ellen B. Sutherland 89 31 st James L. DeLory, Jr. 85 - 16th Polly N.Arnold 93 - 22nd Geoffrey Herbert North 92 June 28th Esther Cowles Coe 97 6th Miriam F. Deschamps 83 - 9th Katherine Jones 81 February 12th Linda June Hecht 61 I11III 7th William Duane Stewart, Jr. 85 17th Harriet Evelyn Tuttle 94 7th Barbara V. McCoy 71 21 st Paul Mourton 80 .- 15th Marie Jane Fox 83 21 st John Lester Dietche 78 - 20th Esther C. Olsen 89 25th Adam C. Tartaglia 76 20th Burton Bower Knapp 91 28th Eleanor D. Leonard 90 - 27th Frank Henry Walker, Jr. 83 Julv - March 3rd Virginia Goldman 89 6th Cynthia Susan Keefe 87 4th Brian Cleaves Gibbons 52 - 11 th Vinton E. White 102 7th Per Olof Ostman 75 ... 11 th Helen Marie Conte 100 9th Alice Holland Tonis 94 13th Fay P. Olwig 81 11 th John Whitman, Jr. 88 - 99 - - - - 12th Marguerite Ford 95 5th Alexander Elliott 87 - 1?lh Mary Rita Quinn 85 11th Martha Eldredge 101 - 18th Marion EmmaAkehurst 96 12th Veronica Rodrigues 78 21st Jean Frances Baldwin 94 - Auaust 23rd Robert Daniel Burns, Jr. 54 2nd Betty Irene May Cochran 92 27th Samuel Samour 89 - 10th George Hinrichs 91 28th Dorothy C. Standish 71 12th Oscar Ridley 82 30th Edith R. Gill 84 - 23rd Margaret Rita Smith 85 30th John Francis Haight 82 - 28th Leo Loparto 81 November - September 6th Alice Jane Knowles 72 7th Erma Jean Lowe 78 8th Nancy Mae Haycraft 66 - 9th Nancy Margaret Colbert 77 8th Priscilla Taylor Grover 78 - 12th Hope McWilliam Ford 79 8th Douglas William Campbell 59 13th John Edward Schultz, Sr. 90 18th Bruce Scott Babcock 50 - 17th Christine Thorne 80 19th James Morris Gorman 80 21st Robert Francis Boucher 66 25th Charles T. Collins 56 - 21 st Margarite Louise Cushman 97 21 st Elizabeth Ball Davis 84 December - 26th Gloria E. 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Respectfully submitted, - Chauncey Williams, Chairman The Assembly holds regular meetings on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 4:00 p.m. in the - Board of Assessors First District Courthouse in Barnstable. The voting power of each Delegate is weighted based on the - The Fiscal Year 2002 tax rate was approved by the population of the represented town as documented in Department of Revenue and set at $5.36 per the 2000 U.S. Decennial Census. The Orleans Delegate - thousand dollars of assessed valuation. The Real has 2.85% of the total voting power. and Personal property bills were mailed on - November 28, 2001. The Assembly of Delegates reviewed the proposed - Board of County Commissioners $20 million Budget of The Board of Assessors committed 5162 Barnstable County for Fiscal Year 2003 and, with minor - residential; 478 commercial/industrial; 91 mixed use; amendments, adopted it. Fiscal Year 2003 marks the 46 Chapter 61 properties; 2379 personal property; fourth year in a row in which the County tax assessment - 9736 motor vehicles and 973 boat accounts. of each town based on property valuation was held at the same rate. However, largely due to Registry of - The Board of Assessors granted 117 exemptions. Deeds revenues in excess of Fiscal Year 2002 projections, surplus funds again became available. The - All property in Orleans was re-valued for Fiscal Year Assembly voted $1.8 million in supplemental 2002 with approval of values by the Department of appropriations during the year from these excess funds, - Revenue on November 12, 2001. Orleans to fund additional initiatives, to make up for State funding experienced a 65% increase in value in a two year cuts and to provide improved services of ongoing - period. Due to taxpayer concerns, the office held programs for the residents and towns of the County. taxpayer hearings, developed a website with the - values, published all the values in a local paper, and The bulk of Assembly of Delegates work takes place in conducted numerous abatement hearings. The meetings of the six Standing Committees and any ad - Board of Assessors is concerned that the value trend hoc committees formed for a temporary purpose. - is continuing. Delegates are assigned by the Speaker to five of the Standing Committees; the Government Regulations - Mary McDermott completed her term on the Board committee is composed of the chairs of the other of Assessors. She will be greatly missed, and the Standing Committees and the Speaker. One of the - Board of Assessors wishes to thank her for her many important Standing Committees tasks is careful review years as an office employee and her recent of the proposed County budget programs and initiatives - dedicated service to the Town. David Lyttle retired of each department and agency to determine their from the Board after valuable service during a term effectiveness in providing the services intended. The - and a half, and his contributions will also be missed. Standing Committees of the Assembly of Delegates this The Board of Assessors thanks the staff of the year were Economic Affairs, Finance, Governmental - Assessing Office for their professionalism during a Regulations, Health and Human Services, Natural difficult time. Resources, and Public Services. Standing Committees - research new programs or projects proposed by the Respectfully submitted, Board of County Commissioners in their topic area and - Ken Hull, Assessor report findings to the full Assembly. Any public issues brought up by individual Delegates which the full - Assembly indicates a desire to investigate are assigned - 102 - - - by the Speaker to one or more Standing Committees . Conducted a Biking Helmet Safety for further review and subsequent disposition Survey to determine the percentage - recommendation to the Assembly. and age of bike riders who were not .. wearing protective helmets. The The Assembly of Delegates has its own web page, emphasis is on encouraging adults - updated by the Clerk of the Assembly. The website to wear helmets as they ride with can be accessed at htto://www.vsf.caoe.com/-aofd. their children, and teenagers to - Information about other aspects of Barnstable continue helmet use after the legal County government may also be found at the requirement age of thirteen. IIIlIli primary website htto://www.barnstablecountv.oro/. . Distributed, in conjunction with the Orleans Police Department, fifty - Respectfully submitted, bicycle helmets as part of the State- John T. Hodgkinson, Orleans Delegate wide bicycle helmet program, and - Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates we distributed them to the needy riders and at Bike Safety Rodeos. .. Bikeways Committee . Hosted a regional meeting of our neighboring towns' Bikeway - The Bikeways Committee charge is to Committees to establish lines of - preserve, promote, and enhance the communications, improve intercon- Town's biking resources by: necting bike routes, and find ways to - . Actively monitoring existing bike share resources and best practices. routes, providing recommendations . Continued to look at various options .. to the Board of Selectmen for to link the three primary villages; improvements as related to user East Orleans, South Orleans and - safety and convenience. the Village Center, for bicycle and . Assisting in the implementation of pedestrian access and to make - these recommendations. Orleans more bicycle friendly and . Aiding in the promotion and growth accessible. - of safe cycling in Orleans and on . Attended the State Bike Conference Cape Cod. and interfaced with state trans- - . Providing recommendations regard- portation departments to keep ing future bike routes. current on state priorities and - funding of biking projects. - The Committee believes that seasonal and year-round bicycling is an important means Respectfully submitted, - of local transportation and a popular activity John Fallender, Chairman in the Town and worked on the following - initiatives in 2002: Building Code Board of Appeals .. . Supported the Orleans Bike Bridge The Orleans Building Code Board of Appeals' and the Main Street projects to assure purpose is to formally review and grant relief from, - safe crossing of main arteries. if appropriate, the literal interpretation of the . Aided in the promotion and safe Massachusetts State Building Code by an Orleans .. growth of cycling in Orleans by building official. The Board operates under the sponsoring events such as the Coast criteria set forth by the Massachusetts Board of .. to Coast Bike Tour as part of Mass. Building Regulations and Standards and is Bike Week, biking in the July 4th comprised of professionals from the fields of .. Parade, and conducting a bicycle architecture, engineering, and construction. .... rodeo for the Fresh Air Fund Children, emphasizing safety and providing Record: Residential Appeals: 0 cases - each participant with a new helmet. Respectfully submitted, - Andrew Miao, Chairman 103 - - - - Building Department Gas - Permits 293 I wish to thank the Building Department staff for their Fees 7995 - professionalism and for their efforts in assisting the citizens of Orleans. To the Board of Selectmen Respectfully submitted, - and the citizens of Orleans, I hereby submit this Brian Harrison, Building Commissioner report on the activities of the Building Department - for 2002. Cable TV & Telecommunications Advisory Committee - New Buildings Values Fees Number Commercial 300000 800 1 The Cable TV & Telecommunications Advisory - Residential 12859300 35721 44 Committee together with the Town Administrator and - legal counsel successfully negotiated a new ten Additions year license agreement with AT&T for cable - Commercial 900000 1198 3 television and Internet access for the town of Residential 8345000 20286 75 Orleans. The new contract will bring a new digital - cable network to the Orleans cable subscriber and Alterations open the door for new cable products in the future. - Commercial 732350 3027 25 The contract provides for a new government Residential 3539305 6772 63 access channel for the broadcast of town events - like parades, meeting and special events and - provides funding to equip and operate the new Other Building Permits Values Fees Number channel. Accessory Buildings 152420 630 12 - Garages 313000 1088 6 In addition, the contract provides the subscriber with Decks 158167 1314 25 clearly defined procedures for obtaining service, - Demolitions - Interiors N/A 125 5 airing complaints and service changes. The Town - Demolitions - Total N/A 175 8 benefits with greater control of the licensee Demolitions - Partial N/A 50 3 regarding tree pruning, street closings and public - Foundations 15000 65 1 building access during installation or repair of cable Swimming Pool 200500 519 8 services. In addition, the license includes cable - Re-siding/Re-roofing 456645 1086 88 services to many of the town's public buildings such Repair 461918 1086 45 as the Town Hall, Snow Library, and the schools. - Values Fees Number The other significant change this year was the - Tents N/A 450 12 transfer of the license from AT&T to Comcast Miscellaneous 219460 518 1 reflecting the sale of the AT&T cable business. - Hearings were held to review the viability of the Registrations Fees Number transfer and to solicit public comment. - Sheds 370 37 Wood stoves 70 2 The Committee wishes to recognize former - Yard Sales 595 119 members Charlie Cohen, Scott Rogers, and Signs 900 36 George Wasserman for their dedicated service to - Certificates of Occupancy 1565 77 the Committee and the Town. - Certificates of Inspection 2858 60 Respectfully submitted, - Electrical Ken Seiger, Chairman Permits 512 - Fees 20734 Cape Cod Commission - Plumbing The Cape Cod Commission provides regional Permits 234 services as a coordinator of many projects and - Fees 11660 activities that affect Orleans. Activities involve - 104 - .- .. promotion of affordable housing, demographic Cape Cod Regional Technical High School mapping and data analyses, historic preservation, .. marine and coastal resources, transportation Cape Cod Regional Technical High School's mission planning and analyses, solid and hazardous waste is to provide an opportunity to acquire high quality .- management, water quality and water protection. technical, academic, and social skills which will .. prepare our students for success in our changing Below are some examples of Commission activities world. On June 8, 2002, we had 110 seniors .. and technical assistance that benefited Orleans in graduate. Of these graduating seniors 52 are 2002: employed in their trade, 35 graduating seniors went .- on to further their education, and 3 graduating seniors Marine and Coastal Resources joined the armed services. Our graduates received .- . Assisted with an analysis of personal scholarships and tool-ships totaling approximately watercraft regulations for Pleasant Bay. $75,000. .. Plannina. Community Development. and Acting Governor Jane Swift visited our school to see .. Reaulatorv Activities our collaboration with Mercury Corporation in our . Certified the Orleans Local Comprehensive Marine Mechanics MercuryTraining Program and our .. Plan as consistent with the Regional Policy collaboration with the Ellen Jones Dental Center. .. Plan. Cape Cod Regional Technical High School is one of only two high schools in the country that has a .. . Approved Development of Regional Impact Mercury Corporation Training program whereby their (DRI) Exemption Application of Orleans Mini technicians from all over the country are trained. .. Storage Project. We formed the School Leadership Committee to - . Reviewed the now-withdrawn Orleans oversee our three major initiatives of the New England Toyota DRI Application and continued the Association of Schools and Colleges decennial - Shaw's Supermarket DRI Application. evaluation, the High Schools That Work program, and our innovative Senior Project program. One of - Transportation the important goals of the nationally recognized "High Prepared the transportation improvement Schools That Work" program is to raise student .. . program (TIP) for Federal fiscal years 2002- performance. During the first year of this three year .. 2007, which included funding for the Cape program, a technical site visit provided a detailed Cod Rail Trail bridge over Route 6 in report and a subsequent staff development .. Orleans. Performed traffic counts on workshop. From this workshop, we were able to set selected roadways and intersections our goals and objectives for the next school year. .. (segments of Route 28, 6A, Beach Road, The Senior Project will help to promote an integration Eldredge Parkway, Main Street and Tonset of the academic and vocational curricula. The Senior - Road. Project was introduced into the Heath Technologies and Electrical Shops and has been enthusiastically - Affordable Housina received by the first students involved. Auto Collision . Authority for a feasibility study of affordable Technology has completed the final process for .- housing on school-owned property. National Automobile Technology Education Continued to service a mixed-use facility to Foundation certification. We successfully merged .. house a Head Start child care center and two existing programs, Hotel Restaurant twelve affordable rental units. Continued to Management and Business Technology. The Cape .. service the Old Tote Road Project (twelve Cod Tech School District's policy manual as well as homeownership units). our technical program of studies were both revised. .. In order to prepare our students for the MCAS ... Respectfully submitted, Frank H. Hogan, Orleans Representative (Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment .. System) exam, we received grant funds to run the following programs: Academic Support program, the .. Summer Success program, the Class of 2003 105 - .. - - Competitive Academic Support program, and the planning. A vigorous education program for committee - Class of 2003 Competitive Academic Support for members has been planned for the winter of 2003, Summer program. and an information sharing area has been established - for interested citizens at Snow Library. Our Parent's School Council was responsible for - obtaining a $5,000 foundation grant for the purchase Respectfully submitted, of musical instruments, introducing chorus as an after- Marcia Pioppi Galazzi, Chairman - school activity, and establishing an affiliation with the Orleans Academy of the Performing Arts to instruct Civil Defense - students in chorus, band, and drama. - Twelve students from Cape Cod Tech won awards at Cape Cod enjoyed another hurricane free year. There the state level of the Vocational Industrial Clubs of were a few major Nor'easters that produced flooding, - America competition; three gold, fIVe silver and four tree damage, and minor power outages, but no major bronze medals. Four Cape Cod Tech students have damage was reported. - received medals at the National Skills VICA (Vocational Following the events of September 11, 2001, our - Industrial Clubs of America) competition, one silver preparedness plans have focused primarily on medal in the area of Dental Assisting and three bronze terrorism with chemical and biological warfare being - medals in the area of Tech Prep. The soccer team, the prime concern. Members of the fire and police the basketball team, and the Cape Cod Tech/Harwich - football team were all Mayflower League Champs this departments have been trained in the state's new Statewide Anti-Terrorism Unified Response Network year. (SATURN). This prepares communities and regions - We have hosted the Soup Bowls for Hunger program for a unified and organized response to any type of - here at Cape Cod Tech for 10 years and this year we large scale disasters. received a Soup Bowls for Hunger award called the Fire Department members have been trained to deploy - Leo Deihl award. and operate the new Regional Decontamination - Trailers that were received by the state from a federal We wish to thank you for your continued support of grant. Trailers have been staged at both Falmouth and - our school. Cape Cod hospitals and another one is due to be delivered to the Lower Cape in the nearfuture. These - Respectfully submitted, units are designed to provide the facility and equipment Elizabeth Henson, Orleans Representative where victims affected by chemical contamination can - be showered and changed into clean jumpsuits prior Citizens Advisory Committee on Town-wide to being treated by EMS services on site or at a hospital. - Wastewater Management Plan This is another program that Orleans takes part in - regionally in order to reduce the financial burden on The Citizens Advisory Committee was convened by any particular community. - the Board of Selectmen with the primary charge of serving as the link between the citizens of Orleans Lt. Greene of the Orleans Police Department, Deputy - and special interest groups in all matters relating to Chief Harris and I attended the three day annual New the Wastewater Management Plan. England Emergency Management Seminar in - Worcester. New information and equipment ideas An orientation meeting was held on September 23, were presented and on display. - 2002 where relevant materials were shared with committee members. On October 7,2002, the first I would like to thank the members of the Fire/Rescue - general meeting was held and officers were elected Department and all of the other Town departments for and a regular meeting time established. Subsequent their continued support and assistance in time of - meetings were held on November 18 and December emergency. 16, 2002. Information from the Wastewater - Management Committee has been received, in Respectfully submitted, addition to information from Michael Giggey, Vice Steven P. Edwards, Director - President of Wright-Pierce consultants in wastewater - 106 - .- - Commission on Disabilites Conservation Commission - The Commission On Disabilities has continued its The Conservation Commission implements the .. work advocating for the disabled and elderly, and Massachusetts Wetland Protection Act and the improving accessibility for all. Our principal focus Orleans Wetland Protection Bylaw. In the Town of - has been on public education and providing Orleans, the Conservation Commission not only assistance to members of the town and town reviews and approves applications for projects - businesses. affecting any of the Town's wetland resource areas but also manages the Town's open space areas; .. Some of the accomplishments during the last year participates in collaborative work groups; and include: promotes public education about natural resource .... concerns. Received and investigated citizens - . complaints concerning accessibility and Reviewina and Approvina Wetland Proiects .. suggested and implemented solutions; Any activity that alters a wetland or buffer zone, including filling, construction, renovation, pruning, - . Responded to requests for information and removing or planting vegetation, must be filed with assistance from Town officials, citizens and the Conservation Commission prior to initiation. - businesses; and Most wetland resource areas have buffer zones of 100 feet from the edge of the wetland vegetation or - . Increased accessibility to town buildings and the top of the coastal bank. For minor alterations, facilities, including installation of automatic such as brush or tree pruning or small construction - door opening devices and improvements to projects more than 50 feet from a resource area, a - playgrounds. brief Administrative Review Form can be submitted. Larger projects require notification of abutters within - The Commission has continued to promote cost- 100 feet of the lot line of the property, a plot plan effective and common sense ways to reduce or with a limit of work, precise delineation of the wetland - solve accessibility issues. We encourage boundaries and, if applicable, filing with the Natural questions. Our experience continues to be that the Heritage & Endangered Species Program for - most common problems are small, inadvertent endangered wildlife. things easily avoided during design and construction. - In general it costs nothing to do it right the first time, but is frustrating to have to make changes when Manaaement of Ooen Soace Areas - done wrong. The Orleans Conservation Commission is responsible for the management of the Town's - We would encourage the Town and business Conservation Areas. Most of these areas, such as community to realize that while the disabled may Paw Wah Pond, Windmill Park, Window on the - benefit from accessibility, the business stands to Cove, Sea Call Farm, Baker's Pond, the Christian benefit more: increased accessibility makes it Property and the Smith Property provide passive .... easier for everyone, particularly elderly, to become recreational opportunities with trails, scenic views .- customers, clients and friends. or picnic areas available to the public. In 2002, the Conservation Commission accepted responsibility - I would like to thank the member of the Commission for two new parcels, the 8.58-acre Earle Property for their continued hard work on behalf of the town and the adjacent 12-acre Sparrow Property. These - and its citizens. properties can be reached by a generously donated 10-foot right of way across 10 John Kenrick Road. - Respectfully submitted, These forested properties contain remnants of a Brooks S. Thayer, Chairman chestnut woodland and a vernal pool. In 2002, the - Conservation Commission supported the Parks Department's effort to improve the Christian - Property with a defined parking area and to improve the Smith Property with an intensive plan to remove - 107 - - - - invasive species such as milkweed vine and The FRIENDS of the Council, the Outreach - bittersweet and replant with native grasses and Department, volunteers, staff and consultants are wildflowers. In addition, a three-year project to greatly valued. They are responsible for the - delineate vernal pools in Orleans has now identified continued dedication and success of the many - 42 pools. programs that meet the needs of the seniors in Participation in Work Groups Orleans. - During 2002, Conservation Commission members The Council on Aging looks forward to another and staff participated in numerous work groups, successful year of progression and diversity to - including Open Space, Wastewater Management, further strengthen our commitment to the healthy - Water Quality Monitoring, the Pleasant Bay Resource aging of our maturing community. Management Plan Alliance, and the Cape & Islands - Conservation Commission Network in Barnstable. Respectfully submitted, Promotina Public Education Joseph DiBrigida, Chairman - In 2002, the Conservation Commission members Cultural Council - and staff promoted public education by redoing and reprinting the brochure "Coastal Landscaping and The Orleans Cultural Council, a member of the - Invasive Species" and reprinting site information and Massachusetts Cultural Council, continued to maps of the ten Conservation Areas open for public support and encourage the cultural activities of the - use. This information is included on the Town's web page. Orleans Community. - For the 2002 season, we had nine thematic shows. - In 2002, the Conservation Commission heard and filed Once again Cape Cod Photo & Art Supply is giving 75 Notices of Intent, 8 Requests for Determination and a Gift Certificate to the "Artist of the Month" from the - over 108 Administrative Reviews. public's polling. We were very fortunate to have the Gallery rented for one summer month, including - Respectfully submitted, showing off the talents of our Council members. William Parish, Chairman - Respectfully submitted, Council on Aging Charles Crozier, Chairman - The year 2002 proved to be another banner year for Finance Committee - the Orleans Council on Aging. The Council was - extremely fortunate to receive a $40,000 bequest from In the first part of the calendar year, the Finance Geoffrey North. This gift will fund a memorial garden, Committee (FinCom) met weekly to prepare for the - with raised flower beds for therapeutic gardening, May Annual Town Meeting. The drafts of the Fiscal walkways and retaining wall. These plans, in addition Year 2003 (FY03) Capital Improvement Plan, - to enclosing the sunroom, continue to broaden our Operating Budget and supporting Financial Plan ability to meet our mission "to enhance the quality of were reviewed, and each proposed Warrant Article - life for our aging community". was considered for its fiscal significance. In two- person teams, we reviewed Orleans department - The Social Day Program had its 100th participant in budgets with Department Heads, monitored key July. The program served 56 different clients for 2,663 committee, commission and board meetings, and - times during the year, and it continues to provide an brought our reports back to the full committee for opportunity for socialization, support and cognitive discussion and vote on department budgets. Non- - stimulation for our aging population. property tax revenue projections were reviewed. The impacts of proposed expenditures and non- - In 2002, the Senior Center experienced a doubling in property tax revenues on the property tax levy and participation rates, with over 2,581 people participating property tax rate were reviewed. - 21,650 times. The ROADRUNNER van provided 100 people with 4,738 rides and 174 volunteers contributed In February and March, Joint Board of Selectmen - 11,158 hours valued at $149,000. (BoS)/FinCom Public Hearings on the proposed - 108 - ... .. Capital Improvement Plan and Operating Budget 1. We submitted a Service Fee Methodology - were held to obtain input from the public prior to the to the BoS in February with the hope that BoS and FinCom votes on Warrant Articles for the the methodology will be a useful tool when .. May Annual Town Meeting. the Selectmen and Town Administrator review town fee schedules. The meth- .. A FinCom report was prepared for inclusion in the odology gives visibility to the portion of a Warrant and FinCom positions on Warrant Articles given town service that is supported by .. of fiscal significance were communicated in the property taxes and the balance that is Warrant. An information bulletin (Blue Sheet), which supported by fees. - informed citizens of FinCom positions on articles still in public debate at time of Warrant publication, 2. We worked with the Finance Director to - was distributed at the Town Meeting. develop a draft Debt Policy for the Town of Orleans. While there is no plan to formalize - In July, four members were appointed and new a town debt policy, the Finance Director will - teams were established to monitor town annually update FinCom on debt status. departments and meetings of the Wastewater - Management, Municipal Property School Road and 3. Changes to articles continue to take place Nauset Regional School Committees. after the Warrant goes to the printer. Since - the Finance Committee is unable to vote on Starting in July and continuing through December, unfinished articles, we will continue to - FinCom analyzed FY02 expenditures and revenues. distribute at Town Meeting our "Blue Sheet" The analysis provided data on potential savings in - the Supplemental Report of our votes taken - the current (FY03) budget and potential savings to after full information is made available, along be carried over to the FY04 budget. with pro/con positions where appropriate. ... In September, a Joint BoS/FinCom Public Hearing Finance Committee Reserve Fund Transfers .. was held to listen to comments and suggestions We have continued to encourage department .. from the public on their priorities for the upcoming heads to recognize the policy change initiated by FY04 Operating Budget and Capital Improvement the Committee in 1997 to consider the reserve fund .. Plan. as a dependable source of funds for unforeseen as well as emergency situations. The goal is to move - In October, FinCom reviewed a draft of the FY04 from a natural tendency to build a "rainy day" reserve Budget Policy and provided written suggestions to in a department budget to confidence that - the BoS. In particular, FinCom encouraged greater reasonable requests for Reserve Funds will be focus on the financial 'bottom line', the average approved for those purposes. We believe that - increase in taxes resulting from policy guidelines excellent progress continues to be made in this on expenditures and revenues. area. - Also in October, FinCom prepared for a Special Capitallmorovement Plan .- Town Meeting which featured an article for We continue to urge that the outer years of the Plan construction of an Iron and Manganese Removal ... include ALL items under consideration, with Plant to be funded through the Water Capital estimated costs that can be refined each year when Improvement Fund and three future water rate - increases. FinCom reviewed projected Water Fund the Plan is revised. The Capital Improvement Plan is a critically important planning tool for town officials .. balances over the next 35 years. Positions were and for voters, and should be fully utilized. taken on each Special Town Meeting article, including - support for the Iron and Manganese Removal Plant. The Orleans Town Plan creates an ongoing need to address the fiscal considerations related to the - In addition to fulfilling our formal responsibilities to numerous programs and capital projects called for the voters under Massachusetts General Law and in the Plan's implementation program. We - the Orleans Home Rule Charter, we emphasized acknowledge the steps Department Heads have the following areas: taken, and encourage continued attention to this very - important activity. Ongoing attention will be required - 109 - - - to document the implementation schedules and Education continues in all of our private and public - fiscal impacts of the various capital projects so they schools with the assistance of the state's Student - are identified, prioritized and scheduled in each Awareness of Fire Education grant program. Capital Improvement Plan and the Five-Year Funding of the SAFE grant is in jeopardy for next - Financial Plan. year, but we will find a way to continue this program. An open house was held at the fire station during - Respectfully submitted, Fire Prevention week, with the help of Papa Gino's, Robert W. Burgess, Chairman and during EMS week. - Fire/Rescue Department A new ambulance was received replacing a 1993 - International model and a new set of hydraulic tools 2002 was a busy and challenging one for the (Jaws of Life) was received replacing a fifteen year - Orleans Fire/Rescue Department. old set. A state Firefighter Safety Grant was received for equipment in the amount of $21,000. This will - Many personnel changes have taken place within help to replace dive equipment for the Regional Dive - the department. Deputy Chief Kenneth Mayo Team and numerous other rescue and firefighting received a disability retirement after six years as a tools. - call firefighter and 24 years as a permanent member. He is to be commended for the years of Our responses for the year were as follows: - dedication and innovative ideas he brought to the department. Richard Harris was promoted to the MEDICAL CALLS: Total 1705 - position of Deputy Fire Chief, and William Reynolds Priority One Calls 29 was promoted to the position of Captain. Timothy Priority Two Calls 712 - Gula was hired in July as a full-time Firefighter/ Priority Three Calls 856 Paramedic and Firefighter Matthew Andre became Priority Four Calls 108 - certified as a Paramedic with the Cape & Islands ALS calls (Paramedic) 741 Emergency Medical Services. Michael Pires, Emilie Walk-in to Station 219 - Outslay, and Ryan VanBuskirk became new Blood Pressure Checks 1405 members of the Call Department. James - Ostrander, Paul Moore, Allen Nickerson, and Transported Patients: Nathaniel Reese have stepped down from the Call Cape Cod Hospital 954 - Department. I would like to thank them for their many Falmouth Hospital 1 years of dedicated service to the Town. Medflight 1 - Training has been an important part of this year's , Mutual Aid: - activities with the effects of September 11th still To Other Towns 61 - being felt. The Massachusetts Fire Academy trained From Other Towns 32 the members on Firefighter Safety and Hazardous - Materials Recognition, the State Police Bomb FIRE CALLS: Total 512 Squad presented a session on Explosive Device Assists 49 - Recognition, and classes were held on coldwater/ Brush 13 ice rescue. Members trained at the Barnstable Chimney 1 - County Fire Academy on Structural Firefighting and AFA 175 Technical Rescue Techniques. Gas Leak 10 - Haz-Mat 32 The drought of late spring and summer caused little Investigation 95 - problems for us; however a two alarm fire struck Water leak 6 Old Colony Village in April. With help from the Vehicle Crash 43 - Barnstable County Mutual Aid System, surrounding Mutual Aid 35 towns responded and the fire was quickly Structure 29 - extinguished. Through this same system we Vehicle 6 - responded to many calls in other towns during the Wires Down 16 year. Medflight 2 - 110 - - .. INSPECTIONS: already been contacted, although not all are .. Commercial Safety 55 committed at this writing. The fireworks display at New Homes 67 Rock Harbor is scheduled for Saturday evening, July - Real Estate Sales 198 5th, with a rain date of July 6th. Oil Burner 72 . . Tank Removals 21 Our Committee meets once a month - usually on Special/Misc 22 the 2nd Tuesday - at 4:00 p.m. in Room A of Town .. New Home Plans Review 123 Hall. This will increase to two times per month in I would like to thank the members of the community the spring as we get closer to the July 4th weekend. .. for their participation and support in the September We welcome Orleans citizens with comments and 11 th Remembrance Ceremony. suggestions to join us at these meetings. .. I would like to thank all of the department members, Respectfully submitted, - department managers and their staff, Town Lee Sullivan, Chairwoman .. Administrator John Kelly, and the Board of Selectmen for their continued support. Harbormaster/Shellfish Department .. Respectfully submitted, Boatina .. Steven P. Edwards, Fire Chief As has been the case for the past several years, boating activity in Orleans was at a high level during - Fourth of July Committee the 2002 season. Our staff patrolled Pleasant Bay and Nauset Harbor on a daily basis and responded .. The Fourth of July Committee is glad to report that to one hundred eighteen calls between June 1 and the Orleans Independence Day Celebration for 2002 October 1, 2002. . . was a great success. The parade, which started off from Old Colony Way and Main Street at 10:00 Maintenance of town landings, boat-launching - a.m. on Thursday, July 4th, had six bands and fifty- ramps, town piers and docks was ongoing .. four float entries. The theme for the parade was throughout the season. Of the improvements made "Celebrate America", and the Grand Marshalls were to our coastal facilities during 2002, the most .. representatives from each branch of the armed significant were the following: construction and services. Parade winner of the Fitz Haubner installation of new floating docks at Cove Road .. Memorial Cup was "Children of the World", entered landing and River Road landing. in the parade by the Orleans Auxiliary. The fireworks - display by Atlas PyroVision Productions at Rock With regard to moorings in Orleans, there are Harbor on Saturday evening, July 7th, was launched currently 1,325 public moorings permitted and a .. from the beach rather than a barge as in past years total of 390 individuals on the mooring and dockage and required slightly smaller shells because of the waiting lists. Presently, we estimate the average .. site. What was lost in height was more than made wait time for a mooring to be ten to twelve years. up by the diversity and volume of the display. Many - considered the fireworks the best in memory. Shellfish In 2002, the Department issued 163 commercial .. The Fourth of July Committee reorganized at their shellfish permits. Soft-shell clams and quahogs in October 8th meeting. Since then, the Committee both Nauset and Pleasant Bay and razor clams in .. has been hard at work preparing for the upcoming Pleasant Bay constituted the majority of the catch .. Independence Day Celebration in 2003, and we for the year. Bay scallops were harvested from the have voted to dedicate this year's celebration to the waters of Eastham in Cape Cod Bay only. Catch - Reservists and the National Guard who protect our report data for 2002 will be contained within the 2003 skies and shores. A contest is planned in early Annual Report. . . March at the Orleans Elementary School to determine the theme for this year's parade. The Proiects .. parade will again kick-off at 10:00 a.m., following The Harbormaster/Shellfish Department co- the same route, on Friday, July 4th, and all the bands ordinated numerous projects during 2002. Of - who had participated in the 2002 parade have significant importance was our quahog propagation 111 .. .. - - - program that resulted in the planting of over 500,000 Recreational Catch (pounds) seed quahogs in Orleans waters. In our efforts to Quahog 22,950 - improve water quality in Orleans, we installed a Soft-shell clam 29,775 stationary pump-out facility at Rock Harbor for use by Mussel 225 - boaters in Cape Cod Bay. In addition, in cooperation Razor clam 65 with the Shellfish and Waterways Advisory Committee, Conch 20 - the Department has initiated work on the restoration Eels 35 of the herring run at Cedar Pond. We anticipate that - the scope of this project will involve future drainage Commercial Catch (pounds) remediation in the surrounding upland areas in order Quahog 123,953 - to improve water quality in the Pond. Soft-shell clam 129,008 Bay scallop 0 - I would like to express my sincerest thanks to those Mussel 89,755 residents and town employees who so greatly Razor clam 8,963 - assisted us during 2002. Specifically, I would like to Eels 620 - thank Parks & Beaches Superintendent Paul Fulcher, Fire Chief Steve Edwards, and Highway Manager Board of Health - Robert Bersin for their constant help and support of our efforts to keep the shoreline and waterways of In 2002, the Cape Cod Visiting Nurse Association - Orleans safe and sound. I would like to also thank (VNA) administered 801 doses of flu vaccine and the members of the Shellfish and Waterways 72 doses of pneumonia vaccine at the Board of - Advisory Committee and specifically Chairman Alan Health sponsored clinics. The targeted population Chace for the dedicated efforts at preserving the was the elderly, emergency/first response - marine resources of the town. I wish to express my personnel (fire and police), and town employees. gratitude to deputies Steve Gould, Justin Ballotte, and Due to funding cuts at the state level the Town of - Mike Schneider, and my assistants, Gardner Orleans provided funding to maintain the number Jamieson and Andrew Young, for their hard work and of doses at the same level provided to residents in - overall commendable performance in their 2001. Pre-registration, with assigned times, was respective positions. initiated in 2001 and continued in 2002 in order to - facilitate the orderly use of the Council on Aging - Finally, we wish to offer our sincerest condolences to facility. Special thanks to Elizabeth Smith, Executive the family of Brian Gibbons. As one of the finest people Director of the Orleans Council on Aging and her - we have had the pleasure to work with and learn from, staff for assistance with the clinics. Brian will be sorely missed yet ever-present in our - hearts and minds. Compliance checks of tobacco retail stores in accordance with the Orleans Tobacco Control - Respectfully submitted, Regulations continued during 2002. A total of 65 Dawson L. Farber IV, Harbormaster/Shellfish inspections were made resulting in 65 compliances, - Constable no written warnings, fines or suspensions. Letters were sent to all tobacco retailers informing them - 2001 Shellfish Officer Catch Report they had successfully passed the compliance check and thanking them for their continued cooperation - Harbormaster / Shellfish Constable: in the prevention of sales of tobacco products to Dawson L. Farber IV minors. - Asst. Harbormasters/Deputy Shellfish Constables: Gardner E. Jamieson The Board of Health completed its review of public - Andrew Young and semi public bathing beaches in accordance with - Date completed: regulations adopted in 2001 by the Massachusetts May 15,2002 Department of Public Health. Arrangements were - Shellfish Permits Issued made with the Barnstable County Department of Resident Family Permits: 553 Health and the Environment for weekly water quality - Non-Resident Family Permits: 455 testing of twelve public bathing beaches. Three Commercial Permits: 173 semi-public beach owners met with the Orleans - 112 - ... - Board of Health to review their responsibilities Manufacture of Frozen Desserts 10 - concerning weekly water quality testing Massage Business 17 requirements during the swimming months. There Massage Therapist 35 ... was one public beach closure for two days in July. Mobile Food 1 Motel 14 - Other items on which the Board of Health spent Refuse Collection and Transportation 6 considerable time include: enforcement of Orleans Retail Food 40 .. Solid Waste Facility Regulations, involvement in the Septage Collection and Transportation 23 landfill capping process, and review of the New Swimming Pools (Public/Semi-Public) 11 .. England Waste Services (NEWS) proposal. Tanning Salons 4 Temporary Food Permits 49 .. The Board of Health also conducted a complete review Tobacco Sales 18 and revision of license fees. The revised fees were - adopted at a public hearing held on October 10, 2002 Dr. Robert Wineman, who served on the Board of ... and implemented as of January 1 , 2003. Health for fifteen years, resigned in May of 2002. In August of 2002, when another Board member resigned - On July 1 , 2002, the Orleans Board of Health entered for health reasons, Dr. Wineman agreed to an interim into a contract with the Bamstable County Department appointment until May of 2003. The Board is grateful .. of Health and the Environment for professional for his dedication, expertise, knowledge and services. These additional inspectional services, to willingness to retum to service. .. be conducted in a timely and thorough manner, will assist with the workload of the Health Department. The Board of Health again expresses its appreciation .. to the following: Bamstable County Department of During 2002, the Board of Health was represented on Health and the Environment for its technical and .. the Board of Water Commissioners, Cape Cod laboratory assistance; Lynn McCartin, Lee McConnell Regional Tobacco Control Council, Marine and and Joel Nicholas also of BCDHE, who assisted the .. Freshwater Quality Task Force, Site Plan Review Health Department under the County contract; the .. Committee, and Pleasant Bay Resource Management Cape Cod Commission; Karen Bohon, D.V.M., Animal Plan Technical Committee. The Board also Hospital of Orleans, who administered the vaccine at - administers the Town's contract with the Cape Cod the Board's annual rabies clinic; and Duane Boucher, VNA, which provides public health nursing services to Orleans Animal Inspector. .. Orleans residents. Respectfully submitted, - Responsibilities of the Health Department staff include: Gail R. Rainey, Chairman the inspection and regulation of all permits issued by .. the Board of Health, response to and investigation of Highway Department, Tree Department and all complaints pertinent to public health, housing Transfer Station - inspections, the administration of underground storage tank regulations, filing and investigation of The year 2002 proved to be another busy one for ... communicable disease reports, sampling of the Highway Department, Tree Department, and recreational waters, and attendance at Board of Health Transfer Station. Construction activity in the area ... and other meetings pertaining to public health. continued at an elevated level. Construction activity included new homes, modification of older homes, .. Licenses/Permits Issued in 2002 various commercial developments, and gas main .. extensions. All town departments recognized the Bed and Breakfast Limited 4 increased activity in town and experienced added .. Burial Permits 39 demands for services without significant increases Catering 5 in budgets or labor. ... Continental Breakfast 10 Major projects managed by these three Disposal Works Construction - Title 5 175 departments include the following: ... Disposal Works Installer 48 Food Service 75 . The Department continued to identify and .. Funeral Director 1 prioritize capital type projects along Town roads. 113 - .. - - Drainage projects were implemented, Colony Way. This will eliminate the - improvements to major intersection were need to travel along Rock Harbor Road, - coordinated, and regular preventative thus improving safety along this section maintenance work was completed along town of the Cape Cod Rail Trail. The - roadways. The following are the more signif- construction portion of this project was icant projects undertaken by the Department. fully funded by the state through the - 1. The Department coordinated the Massachusetts Highway Department installation of a storm water remediation (MHD). - project in the Tonset Road/Salt Works 4. Enhancements to Main Street in the area Circle area of town. This project of the Bike Bridge extension project - included the treatment of first flush described above were endorsed at the - storm water runoff that discharges 1999 Town Meeting. Although the directly into Town Cove. Identification removal of parking spaces along in the - of direct discharges into embayments project limits was not approved at the and estuaries and the design of December 2001 Special Town Meeting, - treatment facilities are an ongoing effort removal of the parking spaces was that includes water sampling and approved at the May 2002 Annual Town - analysis by the Water Quality Task Meeting. In order to achieve this Force, preparation of final design plans, approval, the plans were revised and the - specifications, environmental permitting, project limits were reduced in an attempt construction bidding, and construction to address concerns of abutters and - oversight. This particular project was other business owners in the area. This funded through a Storm Water project will improve vehicular, - Remediation Grant through the pedestrian, and bicyclist traffic in the Massachusetts Department of immediate area of the Rail Trail, and it - Environmental Protection Office of will also address access and safety - Coastal Zone Management, the town's issues along Main Street. At this writing, Highway Department budget, and state MHD has approved the plans, bids have - Chapter 90 funds. been solicited and received by MHD, and 2. Other drainage improvements were we are urging MHD to start work as soon - designed and installed on Great Oak as practical. The project is scheduled Road, Tonset Road, Sea View Road, for completion by November 2003. - Priscilla Road, Windswept Road, and 5. The Route 28/Finlay Road/Pond Road - High View Road. These improvements project was also endorsed at the 1999 were made to address drainage Town Meeting and includes the - problems that had been a nuisance to relocation of Finlay Road at Route 28. the traveling public as well as abutting We are still awaiting comments from - property owners. MHD. Additional public hearings will be 3. At this writing, the Cape Cod Rail Trail scheduled prior to further design - Bicycle Bridge across Route 6 and Rock changes. Funding for this project is Harbor Road is built, and the base shown in the current Capital - course paving is complete along the trail Improvement Plan in Fiscal Year 2007, extension to the center of Town. This but MHD has indicated a willingness to - fund the work. project is scheduled for completion prior to the summer season. As many are . The Crack Fill and Infrared Preventative - Maintenance Program continued along several aware this project has been under - consideration and design for several roadways. Some of the treated roadways include years, and it will extend the Rail Trail from Namequoit Road, Quanset Road, Portanimicut - Eastham over Rock Harbor Road and Road, Sea View Road, Cross Road, Forest Way, Route 6 and then along the old rail bed Tar Kiln Road, Lowell Drive, Wesquansett Road, - to the center of Orleans, near the Crescent Ridge Road, Uncle Israel's Road, intersection of Main Street and Old Granny's Lane, and Meetinghouse Road. - 114 - .. - . The Department coordinated the seal coating Recycled Materials: - of the Snow Ubrary parking area and re-striped 1. Metals 283 Tons the area, providing additional parking spaces. Seal 2. White Goods 65 Tons - coating extends the useful life of the pavement. 3. Newspaper 387 Tons . The Department continued to update the roadway .. inventory that is the basis for state Chapter 90 4. Clear Glass 51 Tons funding. The Massachusetts Highway 5. Mixed Glass 77 Tons - Department administers Chapter 90 funding to 6. Corrugated Cardboard 73 Tons cities and towns for the maintenance of municipal 7. #1 -#5 Plastic 40 Tons .. roadways. As the funding is only available for town 8. Used Textiles 39 Tons - roads with a properly recorded layout, it is to our advantage to update this inventory. It should be 9. Cans 45 Tons noted that, at this writing, Chapter 90 funding 1 O. Miscellaneous 20 Tons - continues to diminish. Gasoline taxes are the 11.Compost (est.) 950 Tons - source of the funding for this program and, as Total 2030 Tons stated above, the funds are allocated in an effort .. to assist cities and towns maintain local roads. Orleans has scene a reduction in annual funding Other Materials: .. from $245,000 to $150,000 over the past three 1. Mattresses (EA) 340 years. 2. Fluorescent Tubes (LF) 11,719 - . The Department investigated the potential use of 3.TV's/CRT's (LBS) 29,432 Processed Demolition Residuals from New - England Waste Services (NEWS). The disposal 4. Street Sweepings (Tons) 451 method proposed by NEWS indicated significant 5. Catch Basin Cleanings (Tons) 81 ... cost savings to the town for the upcoming capping - project. This proposal was rejected by voters at . The Department continued the successful Paint the May 2002 Town Meeting. Recycling Program (1,400 Gallons) and - . Solid waste disposal will continue to be an continued to collect waste oil (2225 gallons), important issue in town as well as the region. State used oil filters (5 Tons), gasoline (450 gallons), .. mandated recycling, reduced demand for raw and anti-freeze (110 gallons) on a regular basis. recyclables, reduced demand of materials with The staff of the Transfer Station is available to - recycled content, limited disposal sites, and discuss any questions or comments concerning .. dwindling capacities of approved disposal sites in solid waste issues. Massachusetts are some of the factors facing the . Revenues generated at the Transfer Station are town. Increased costS for waste transport and .. as follows: disposal will require us to pay close attention to Sticker Sale Revenues (Est.) $221,470 - solid waste issues in the future. Although the support of Town residents in the recycling effort is Tipping Fees Revenues $181,651 - appreciated, the Department is still convinced that Recycling Revenues (Est.) $5.000 the volume of recycled materials can be Total $408,121 - increased. With the assistance of residents, . On July 1, 2001, SEMASS assumed operational approximately 31% of the solid wastes that control of the Yarmouth Transfer Station. As - passed through the station were recycled. Our such, Commercial Solid Waste generated in recycling effort should be increased as the state Orleans and transported to the Yarmouth - has implemented additional waste bans, and the Transfer Station is no longer assigned to the costs of disposal are anticipated to increase. - Orleans total reported tonnage of Solid Waste. Solid wastes that passed through the Transfer The revenue generated from the transported - . tonnage is no longer received by Orleans and Station are as follows: accounts for the reduction in Tipping Fee - 1. Municipal Solid Waste 3298 Tons Revenues shown above. Based on Fiscal Year 2. Construction and Demolition Debris 1162 Tons 2001 tonnage, the loss in revenue is - Total 4460 Tons approximately $130,000. 115 .. - - - · Tree Warden Dan Connolly had another busy and during the year. Special thanks go to staff of the - successful year in the Tree Department. NStar Highway Department, Tree Department, and Electric continued the trimming of overgrown Transfer Station for their hard work and dedication. - circuits in various sections of Town. Tree - replacement donations were also negotiated with We welcome input from taxpayers, residents, or NStar in an effort to replace some of the tree visitors concerning any aspect of the Highway - removals in these areas. Much of this work Department, Tree Department, or Transfer Station. required Planning Board approval under our - Scenic Road By-Law, and Dan provided technical Respectfully submitted, advice to the Board and represented the Town's Robert L. Bersin, PE, Manager - interest as the work was completed. . The Department continued to work on the Historical Commission - roadside cutback program. The pruning and the removal of trees and shrubs from the traveled The Commission mourned the death of long- - way will continue with the intent of the program standing member Kate Davis in 2002. - being to make the roadways safer for the traveling The Commission expressed concern at the public. In many locations, the roadside cutback program replaced undesirable invasive species continued efforts to demolish the structures at Sea - Call Farm. Built after 1920, they are not protected with appropriate indigenous species. During this - past year, work was completed along Barley by the Demolition Delay Bylaw. However, they are Neck Road, Tonset Road, Hopkins Lane, deemed to be historic and efforts are underway to - Brewster Cross Road, and Eldredge Park Way. nominate them to the National Register of Historic . The Department also acted as contact for Places. - coordination with the AmeriCorps Volunteer Program. AmeriCorps volunteers assisted the The Commission met with the Board of Selectmen, - Department in the clean-up of Sea Call Farm, the Conservation Commission and Town Counsel to the Smith Property, the Christian Property, the set up a procedure whereby the Town acquires open - Cape Cod Rail Trail, and properties owned by space with a building deemed to be of historic value the Orleans Conservation Trust. The by the Historical Commission that building will fall - under the aegis of the Historical Commission. Of Department has acted as the point of contact with the AmeriCorps volunteers, and we intend necessity, each situation will be judged on a case by - case basis. This will serve to prevent the destruction to continue the use of their services. . The Department continued to provide repair and of buildings such as the house at Kent's Point. - maintenance services to the towns vehicular and Also under consideration are requests from the - heavy equipment fleet. This involves over 50 Town's Local Comprehensive Plan to: vehicles and pieces of heavy equipment, various - small tools and machines, and occasional . Consider adopting a Town bylaw to protect maintenance and repair services to the Parks, archaeological resources; - Fire/Rescue, and Water depart-ments. . Protect the character of East Orleans by . The Department acts as the Town's creating a National Register Historic District - representative on the Cape Cod Joint along Main Street; - Transportation Committee and the Organization . Sponsor annual events to publicize historic of SEMASS Communities. We also serve on resources. - the Site Plan Review Committee, and the Parking and Traffic Study Committee, and we provide The Commission reviewed the preservation and - technical assistance to the Water Quality Task maintenance of the Town's historic markers. It also Force, the Board of Health, and the Planning monitored the removal of an 18th century dwelling - Board. at 248 Tonset Road and will follow its reconstruction at a different site in 2003. - I would like to extend my thanks to all other Town department staff and the many committee Respectfully submitted, - members for their assistance and cooperation Charles H. Thomsen, Chairman - 116 - - .. Orleans Housing Authority Invasive Species Committee .. The Orleans Housing Authority (OHA) owns and The Invasive Species Committee, established by - manages one hundred one-bedroom rental the Selectmen in June 2002, met first on July 10 apartments (Tonset Woods) for the elderly and and monthly thereafter. The Selectmen's charge, - persons with disabilities and eleven units of family in brief, directs the Committee: to conduct an housing. We also own four one-bedroom apartments inventory of invasive species on Orleans public - in East Orleans which were purchased in June 2001 property and to develop management and will remain affordable in perpetuity. The OHA recommendations; to work in conjunction with the - also administers three state-funded Alternative Conservation Commission to educate residents Housing Rental Vouchers (AHVP) which provide rental about invasives and to recommend that residents - assistance to people with disabilities and three state- avoid planting invasives, encouraging, instead, funded Massachusetts Rental Vouchers (MRVP) replacement of invasives with native or non- - which provide rental assistance to individuals and invasive plantings. The Committee is also families. We also subsidize the rent for two staffed directed to investigate potential local regulations - residences for persons with mental illness and own regarding invasive species and to make - two staffed residences for persons with mental and recommendations to the Board of Selectmen physical disabilities. The OHA subsidizes the rent for regarding gaps in local governance concerning - six of eight rooms through a federal HUD Section 8 invasives. Moderate Rehabilitation grant at Canal House which - is a supportive residence for individuals in recovery In accordance with this charge, the Committee's from substance abuse. In addition, we serve as first priority has been to structure and staff an .. property manager for the Eastham Housing Authority inventory of invasives starting with the Town's which owns twelve affordable rental apartments. conservation and open space properties, and by - using a list of Massachusetts plants determined The OHA works with the Joint Committee on Affordable to be invasive by a broadly represented state- - Housing, to locate and develop affordable housing for wide group which includes the landscape and either rental or ownership. Due to be built in 2003 are nursery industry. The Committee made - three condominium units at Finlay Road and Route successful application of an AmeriCorps intern, 28. In addition, we were happy to see Habitat for Julie Snorek, who joined us in October. She will - Humanity build its second home. work two full days per week under Committee - guidance to implement the inventory. She is also The OHA continues to explore housing opportunities being trained to transfer the resulting information - as they arise and also makes available its expertise in to appropriate maps for use by the Town's managing properties. We appreciated the opportunity relevant departments and committees and for .. to attend the town sponsored affordable housing public education. As of the end of 2002, the workshop in October. It's such a positive force to following properties have been inventoried: Sea - have many segments of the community work together Call Farm, the Smith property where the to deal with the issues surrounding the lack of Conservation Commission has begun a program - affordable housing. of invasive eradiation under its present management plan, the Christian, Wind Mill and .- Finally, the Commissioners thank Tim Buhler, Window on the Cove properties, and various other Executive Director as of May 2002; Allison Thomas, smaller parcels. The Committee has also - Associate Director; Jay Gingras, Maintenance secured an intern from the Environmental Supervisor; and AI Fearnley, Maintenance Assistance Education Program of Cape Cod Community - for their hard work throughout a changing year. We College who will be joining us early this year. also recognize the excellent attention to resident needs - provided by Michael Dickson, President of the Tenant's On November 14th, the Committee hosted a day Organization. long training session on invasive identification, - control methods, and inventory techniques, - Respectfully submitted, conducted by Bryan Connolly of the New England Jane Hinckley, Chairman Wild Flower Society (NEWFS). Mr. Connolly - Timothy Buhler, Executive Director coordinates volunteers for the Invasive Plan Atlas 117 - - - - - of New England, a New England-wide inventory Board of Selectmen, involved almost fifty people of invasives being conducted by NEWFS, the Silvio having a range of backgrounds and viewpoints to - O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge, and the focus on the issue of affordable housing. Many University of Connecticut and funded by a US Dept suggestions and ideas were generated, - of Agriculture grant. The Orleans Inventory has been summarized, and reviewed by the Board of patterned after this New England inventory and will Selectmen at a follow-up meeting. Currently our - be included in its results. Attending were about twenty committee is working on two of these: developing Americorp volunteers, and representatives of the a housing strategy and examining the possibility of - Conservation Commission, Highway Department, purchasing condo units for affordable rentals. Parks Department, the Board of Selectmen, and - Tree Warden. The Committee has plans to host Unfortunately, the near future does not look bright another training session in Spring 2003. for affordable housing in Orleans. Recent efforts - have involved the use of town-owned land (now all - Other activities include public education via a month but gone), real estate prices continue to climb faster long display at Snow Library on invasive plants put than wages, available land decreases daily, and the - together by Committee members; meetings with the funding news from Federal and State Governments Parks Department, Highway Department, and (our main sources of grant money) is cuts, cuts - Conservation Commission; a request to the Board and more cuts. We will continue to examine of Health for help in determining how and where possibilities that do arise. - invasive plant debris can safely be disposed of at the transfer station in order to avoid their spread Respectfully submitted, - throughout the town; investigation of possible funding Bruce Pelton, Chairman for educational materials specifically oriented toward - invasives and establishment of a phone line at Town Marine and Freshwater Quality Task Force Hall to receive information or comments from the ... public (508-240-3700 ext. 478). The Committee will Members ofthe Marine and Freshwater OualityTask be glad to answer any questions or help in any way Force (WOTF) and their associated citizen - volunteers continued water quality monitoring efforts we can. - in Orleans marine and freshwater ecosystems. Respectfully submitted, These efforts include the Remediation Project - Anne Donaldson, Co-Chairwoman (monitoring Coliform bacteria at selected road runoff Vince Ollivier, Co-Chairman sites discharging to marine embayments), the - Nutrient Project (nutrient monitoring in areas of Joint Committee on Affordable Housing Pleasant Bay), and the Freshwater Lakes and Ponds - Project (collection of baseline nutrient and other A major readjustment occurred this year when Pat water quality data). The Remediation project, which - Canavan, our Housing Coordinator, resigned to was initiated in 1988, was scaled back this year in return to a full time position in Boston. Ms. Canavan order to review the program to determine what - was instrumental in helping us determine which monitoring efforts will be appropriate in the future. projects were the most feasible and how to pursue The WOTF will continue to work with Highway - them. Manager Robert Bersin regarding appropriate future remediation (treatment) efforts. - In terms of projects, this year the second Habitat Water quality monitoring for nutrients in the Pleasant For Humanity house was completed on Route 28, Bay estuary began in 1997. For the past three years, - the lot on the corner of Pond and Finlay has gone WOTF monitoring has been done in cooperation with - through the permitting and grant process and will the Pleasant Bay Alliance, which includes Chatham soon be going out to bid, and the congregate and Harwich. The latest interim report (Fall 2002) - housing project on Route 28 is currently in the shows that the water quality of the Orleans salt water permitting process. ponds in the upper reaches of Pleasant Bay - (Meetinghouse, Arey's, Kescayogansett and Paw One of the most notable events of the year was the Wah) are in the "poor" category according to the - Orleans Affordable Housing Workshop that took Buzzards Bay Water Ouality Index, having low place in October. The Workshop, initiated by the dissolved oxygen levels or high nutrients (or both) - 118 - .. - during the summer monitoring season. The most Selectmen charged the Committee with the following probable cause of declining water quality is the tasks: .. continued higher nutrient loading (nitrogen) . Assemble and evaluate all aspects of throughout each pond's watershed. The primary potential options for a Town Municipal - sources of nutrients entering these systems are from complex consisting of both properties. .. septic systems, lawn fertilizers, and road runoff. . Review all available information by previous committees and contractors. - Freshwater lake and pond monitoring began in the . Assist the Town Administrator in selection of year 2000, and initially included Crystal Lake, Pilgrim a professional architectural firm to study the ... Lake and Bakers Pond. This past year, freshwater properties, make recommendations, and to monitoring efforts were greatly expanded due to the assist in maintaining public awareness. .. increased technical and analytical lab support . Evaluate the condition of both existing Town provided by the Cape Cod National Seashore's lab Office and American Legion Hall to determine ... in Truro. Water samples were collected by volunteers, feasibility of all options for existing structures, and hundreds of field measurements (dissolved additions and/or removal and replacement .. oxygen, temperature and water clarity) were taken with new structure(s). - at seventeen Orleans freshwater ponds every two . Study all land uses and new construction weeks between June and October. A total of 211 options for both properties and develop - dissolved nutrients, and 211 total phosphorus/total preliminary plans and cost estimates for each nitrogen samples were collected at various proposed option being considered. - predetermined depths. Initial findings suggest that . Present recommended options with plans all Orleans freshwater lakes and ponds presently and estimates for public presentation and - being monitored show at least some signs of comment. declining water quality (decreased water clarity, low . Present final findings and recommendations .. dissolved oxygen, or elevated nutrients), with the to Board of Selectmen for their determination highest nutrient concentrations found at Cedar Pond and presentation to future Town Meeting. - and Boland Pond. After review of the charge, the Committee helped - The WaTF assisted our sister towns of Brewster to prepare a detailed Request for Proposals (RFP) and Eastham with the initiation of their own volunteer outlining the mission and scope of services - freshwater water quality monitoring programs. required. This RFP was subsequently advertised. - WaTF members and associated citizen volunteers Fifteen responses were received from also continued to support and participate in other architectural firms and nine firms were interviewed. - environmental monitoring efforts being conducted by the Orleans Wastewater Management Steering The firm of Brown, Lindquist, Fenuccio, & Raber .. Committee (Year-2 of the Three Embayments of Yarmouth was selected to conduct the feasibility Study), and the Cape Cod Commission/SMAST study. Their work started in early December with .. Pond and Lake Stewards (PALS) Cape-wide preliminary evaluation report on existing building freshwater lake and pond monitoring program. structures due in January 2003. ... Respectfully submitted, The feasibility study will cover such areas as: ... Judith Scanlon, Chairman review of space needs; physical evaluation of buildings; efficient use of properties; cost estimates; .. Municipal Properties/School Road Study and long term space and functional needs. Committee It is the intent of the Committee to arrive at options - and recommendations for a Town Hall complex that This Municipal Properties/School Road Study will serve the community for the next 30 to 50 years. ... Committee was formed to evaluate the recently ... purchased American Legion property and building Respectfully submitted, and the present Town Office property and building to Thomas W. Joy, Chairman - determine how they could best be used to provide an adequate and up-to-date Town Hall. - 119 - - - - - Nauset Regional School Committee Open Space/Land Bank Committee - Our focus on student achievement has resulted in Over 35 acres of open space were protected in continuous improvement on MCAS scores with the 2002 by a combination of two Land Bank - Nauset Regional High School topping the scores on acquisitions of 20.68 acres, a walking easement, Cape Cod, while 3200 out of 273 schools statewide. and six conservation restrictions on 14.42 acres. - The Nauset Regional Middle School has also The May 2002 Annual Town Meeting unanimously significantly improved their scores, averaging 41 $I out approved two Land Bank purchases, the Earle and - of 264 schools statewide. Sparrow Properties, for $1,238,500 and the Board - Nauset Regional High School received recognition as of Selectmen approved the conservation restrictions during the year at no cost to the Town. a Vanguard School in a statewide program designed The Committee initiated or received inquiries about - to model best practices in education. Nauset was sixteen properties and continues discussions on one of only ten Vanguard schools in the state and the some. - only high school on the Cape. Nauset was recognized for its success in outperforming other schools with Land Bank Acouisitions - comparable demographics. The Earle Property is 8.68 acres for conservation, - open space, passive recreation, habitat and aquifer MCAS scores aside, there are many other ongoing protection, the parcel is located at 389 S. Orleans - achievements by our students through the arts, Road. This parcel also abuts the 12-acre second music, drama and athletics. Ten Middle School parcel approved (Sparrow). Additionally, contingent - music students were selected to represent the upon Town Meeting's approval of this purchase, the school at the State Music Festival as part of an AII- owner agreed to place a conservation restriction - Star Band, Chorus and Orchestra. The High School on another 4.94-acre parcel at 388 South Orleans honors chorus was a 2001 recipient of the Road. This second parcel abuts the Town - Massachusetts American Choral Directors Watershed and is within 125 feet of a Zone 1 well Association silver medal and selected to perform at head protection area. The conservation restriction - Carnegie Hall in January 2002. These are just a few was approved by the Board of Selectmen on of the many accomplishments achieved by our October 30, 2002 and by the State on November - students. The opportunities provided throughout the 20, 2002. The Orleans Conservation Trust is the curriculum and extra curricula activities enable our grantee for the restriction. - students to be prepared and well rounded for - whatever endeavors they choose as postgraduates. The Sparrow Property is 12.0 acres for conservation, open space, passive recreation, habitat and aquifer - This being my last report, it has been a privilege and protection, the parcel is divided from an existing an honor to represent Orleans as a school committee parcel at 353 S. Orleans Road. With the Earle - representative. I am profoundly grateful of the support Property, these two purchases preserve over twenty and encouragement I have received over these many acres of wooded upland habitat that will help to - years and have a profound appreciation for the maintain a wildlife corridor between the watershed continued support, even during difficult fiscal times, and Arey's Pond. A natural walking trail exists across - of quality education for "our" students. these two parcels. These acquisitions also contribute to maintaining the quality of life by - Respectfully submitted, eliminating the potential for two subdivisions on a Margie Fulcher, Orleans Representative very dangerous section of Route 28 that would - potentially require twenty additional septage Old King's Highway Regional Historic District systems in the Pleasant Bay Watershed. Both - parcels will be managed by the Conservation Eleven Meetings were held in 2002. Nine Certificates Commission. - of Exemption were accepted and thirty-nine Certificates of Appropriateness were approved. One This completes the fourth year of the Land Bank. - denial was appealed and upheld. Since January 1999, the Town has acquired twelve - parcels comprising seven properties of 84 acres at Respectfully submitted, a net cost, after grants, of $4,375,752. Another nine - Charles Williams, Chairman acres were also protected as a result of these seven 120 - - .. Town Meeting actions for a total of almost 93 acres helped to preserve forty-two acres. Another twelve preserved by Land Bank actions, plus the above acres were protected by other private land trusts ... Earle Conservation Restriction would add almost and mitigation. Almost two thirds of the Land Bank's another five. Approximately $2.2 million of bonding available bonding authority has been used. As land ... authority remains for future acquisitions using Land costs continue to escalate, an increased use of ... Bank funds. conservation restrictions plus donations of land to private land trusts will be critically important to ... Walkina Easement achieving the Plan's 400 acre goal by 2020. The Committee attained a gift of a ten-foot wide Respectfully submitted, ... walking easement from an abutter to the Earle Allen K. Gibbs, Chairman Property at 10 John Kenrick Road. This easement ... guarantees public access to the trails of the two Land Bank acquisitions. The easement was Orleans Elementary School ... approved by the Board of Selectmen and granted ... to the Conservation Commission in May. Orleans Elementary School continues to work towards improving student achievement, providing - Conservation Restrictions instruction at a high level of quality, and enhancing The Committee is very encouraged by the year's our instructional skills to meet the educational needs - increased activity in the use of a conservation of all students. In the past year, representatives restriction (CR) for land protection and worked with from our staff, in conjunction with representatives ... landowners and their advisors to facilitate the Town's from the Nauset Public Schools, have revised the review process prior to recommending approval by grade level benchmarks (what students need to .. the Selectmen. A CR is a legal agreement between a know and be able to do) in English Language Arts, landowner, as grantor, and an eligible grantee, such mathematics, history and social science, and - as the Orleans Conservation Trust, or other private science and technology. Our professional land trust, or the Town of Orleans. A CR limits the use development offerings have included study groups, ... of the land in order to retain it in its natural, scenic or summer colloquiums, workshops, three day in- - open condition, or in agricultural or forest use. A CR service trainings, and graduate courses. The focus allows the owner to maintain ownership, pass it on to of all professional development activities has - his heirs, or to sell it with the restricted deed remaining reflected the district's educational goal of academic with the land. The Town benefits from having no capital excellence. Standards-Based Education and - or land maintenance costs and the lower potential for Effective Teaching Unit Design remain high priorities future development. in achieving these results. - The Orleans Conservation Trust, the grantee and The Orleans School Council developed a School .. primary advisor for most CRs in Orleans, was Improvement Plan that involves empowering all named grantee for five restrictions comprising 10.60 students to create a safe environment in which to ... acres, including the Earle parcel, two parcels on learn. The school has adopted a RESPECT Payson Lane, and parcels on Cygnet Lane and Program which promotes a culture where students ... Weston Taylors Lane. The sixth CR named the know how to resolve conflict peacefully, show Massachusetts Audubon Society as grantee for a respect for others, and appreciate diversity. .. 3.8 acre parcel on Keziah's Lane abutting Kent's Point. .. Enrichment programs, cultural opportunities, and Local Comprehensive Plan Implementation community connections have all served to enhance - The Committee's primary goal under the Orleans the academic curriculum. Beginning in the fall of .. Comprehensive Plan is to preserve 400 or more 2002, foreign language was offered within the school acres "using Land Bank and (Town) budget day to all first and second graders. Orleans appropriated funding, plus private funding." Since students participated in an exciting Summer .. 1999 147 acres have been protected. As noted Reading Program as well as the Rotary Reading .. above, the Land Bank has preserved 93 acres. Program. Our after school activities included a Additionally, the Orleans Conservation Trust by tutorial program, exploratory opportunities, .. direct acquisition, donation, or as CR grantee, has competition through Destination Imagination, drama 121 .. - .. - - productions, and a Cape Cod Museum of Natural OES is piloting two new structural models this year. History Program for fifth graders. Students shared The first enables teachers to maintain the same - their talents with family and friends through Musical students over a two-year period. This "looping" Concerts, Special Persons' Day, and thematic model is being used in three classrooms. The - activities that demonstrated their technological skills. second provides a preview of the Middle School for In addition, our academic program was culturally fifth graders as they experience a formal switching - enriched as a result of presentations conducted by of teachers for Science, History and Social Science. the Academy of Performing Arts, Hyannis Sound, - and local performing artists. The Massachusetts At the first Joint Elementary School Committee Cultural Council funded the Gerwick Puppets' Meeting, members and administrators from each - production of stories adapted from the books of town in the Nauset Region discussed shared efforts Thornton W. Burgess. Health and safety programs on early literacy , foreign language and special - were generously sponsored by the Masons and the needs. Working together, the Elementary Schools Orleans Police and Fire Departments. Throughout can better prepare students for regionalization at - the year, parents participated in workshops such the Middle school level. - as early childhood education, bullying prevention, and ways to support their children in reading. At this time when budgets are tight, the Orleans - Elementary School Committee appreciates the The staff and I want to recognize and thank the Town of Orleans for its annual support of the .. members of this community who have continued important program for our children at Orleans to support our goal of providing quality education to Elementary School. - the children in Orleans. Your efforts have not gone unnoticed. As the first and second graders would Respectfully submitted, - say, "Muchas gracias, amigos!" Pamela Jordan, Chairwoman - Respectfully submitted, Parks & Beaches Department - Gail M. Briere, Principal First and foremost I would like to thank my full time Orleans Elementary School Committee and seasonal staff for their dedication, - professionalism and hard work over another trying - Orleans Elementary School (OES) continues to be year without sufficient staff. a bright and nurturing place for the children of our We continue to have a problem with attracting - town to learn and grow successfully. The School Committee commends the staff and administration qualified personnel due to low pay scales and - of OES who work together creatively to address housing problems, especially for the lifeguard, the ever-changing needs of students. beach patrol, and laborers' positions. We hired - outside contractors to clean restrooms and perform Despite state budget cuts, OES qualified for the other tasks paying $35 to $50 per hour for work - Full Day Quality Kindergarten Program Grant which normally done by seasonal laborers. - supplements the town's budget. This grant enables The year 2002 was busy at the beach with an kindergarten sections to have educational assistants working alongside classroom teachers. increase of 4% in daily attendance which is on top - In addition, OES is committed to small class sizes of the record year we had in 2001. The number of in all grades so that each child can receive the full off road vehicle permits issued increased by 11 % - over 2001. In 1993 we sold 2013 off road vehicle attention he or she needs from the teacher. The school's exemplary MCAS scores demonstrate that permits as compared to the 4699 that were sold in - 2002. the staff at OES work hard to give children the tools - for success. These scores are analyzed each year Significant improvements this past year included to identify areas of strength and weakness. - Adjustments are made accordingly to improve the following: student achievement. A new planting bed at the corner of Eldredge Park - Way and Route 28, which included the removal of - 122 - ... - an overgrow juniper hedge, moving a holly tree and The followina is the lifeauard report for the 2002 - a Japanese red maple from a Conservation Area, season: and new plant material donated by the Orleans ... Improvement Association totaling $2,215 consisting Activity Nauset Skaket Pilgrim Lake of heathers, Meidiland roses, Ajuga ground cover, First aids 148 95 6 - tea crab apple and creamy ivory tree lilac, many other Major first aids 9 3 0 perennials and grasses and stepping stones through Assists 19 6 1 - the plantings. Lost children 38 9 2 No swimming allowed 4 0 0 - A new 240' x 4' river-stone walkway was installed at Restricted swimming 7 2 0 Window on the Cove. Materials totaling $3,400 were Rescue squad resp. 6 0 0 .. donated by the Orleans Improvement Association. Police response 9 41 3 Parking lot full 9 42 2 ... New perennial beds were planted at the Jonathan - Young Windmill. Monitorina and protection of endanaered and threatened species continued on Nauset Beach. On - The creation of a six car parking lot, installation of the Orleans section of the beach we recorded the fences and signage, and cutting of walking paths at followina data: - the Conservation area know as the Christian Property off of Portanimicut Road in South Orleans. Piping Plovers 17 pairs - Least Terns 63 pairs At the Conservation Area known as the Smith Common terns 2 pair - Property on Route 28, two acres were cleaned of American Oyster Catcher 1 pair invasive species for field and forest restoration as - well as view enhancement. A wildflower garden has The fledge rate per nest for Piping Plovers were. 71 been tilled. Native wildflowers, bushes, trees and chicks per pair. The low production rate was attributed .. grasses have been ordered and will be planted in to mammalian predators, namely fox, coyote, and the spring. skunk. .. Seven more redwood memorial benches were Off road vehicle activitv was as follows: .. installed at various locations. Orleans Resident stickers 1795 .. Chatham Resident stickers 785 The Orleans Improvement Association also donated Non-resident oversand stickers 2594 - money for replacement of trees at South Orleans Non-resident self contained 272 Park, Academy Place and Soldiers Monument. They Camp Owners (Chatham/Orleans) 117 - also provided money to finish installation of a sprinkler system at the Village Green and a drip irrigation Daily vehicle limits were reached nine times on the - system for the plantings at Eldredge Park Way and North end, 11 times on the South end of Nauset Beach. Route 28. Self-contained limits were reached on six weekends. ... I would like to thank the Orleans Improvement I would like to thank all the Town departments for their ... Association for the generous donations to help cooperation over the past year and the many volunteers improve landscaping throughout the Town. including the Orleans Athletic Association, Orleans - Improvement Association, the Orleans Chamber of - The followina is beach revenue for the 2002 season: Commerce, the Rhododendron Society, Connie Leclair, Joe and Ardath Reynolds, Fred Perreault, and - Nauset daily parking $366,175 Mark Nickerson who have donated time, money and Visitor stickers 103,325 equipment. Also a thank you to our "Cookie Fairy" .. Motel coupons 16,030 Jane Adams for keeping us well supplied with cookies. Skaket daily parking 83,376 ... Off Road Vehicle Permits 568,906 Respectfully submitted, Concessions 85.958 PaulO. Fulcher, Parks and Beaches - TOTAL $1,223,770 Superintendent 123 .. - - - Personnel Advisory Board Planning Board Report on the Official Town Plan - (presented to the 2002 Annual Town Meeting) - The Orleans Personnel Advisory Board held a public hearing on May 2, 2002 to review and vote on a I would like to take this opportunity to brief you on the - proposed revision to the Orleans Personnel By-law progress the Town has made in implementing the that was on the warrant for the May Annual Town Orleans Comprehensive Plan. The Town Plan was - Meeting. revised by the Town Meeting in May of 2001, and subsequently certified by the Cape Cod Commission - The revision was a non-union COLA for employees as being consistent with the Regional Policy Plan. covered by Compensation Plans A, B, D, & E, and The Town Charter was amended last year as well. - provided a wage adjustment of 3.5% for Fiscal Year The Charter gives the Planning Board a significant 2003. The Board voted 4-0-0 in favor of the proposed role in recommending priorities for implementing the - revision to the Bylaw. various actions that are in the Town Plan. The Planning Board annually monitors the progress of - In 2002, there were no disputes over the interpretation boards, committees and town staff to ensure that - of the grievance procedure of the Orleans Personnel long-range planning continues to be a part of the By-law brought before the Board for mediation by Town's operations. - any full or part-time town employees who are covered by the Personnel Bylaw. Last year, the Planning Board reported that more than - forty percent of the near-term recommendations Respectfully submitted, items in the Plan have been started. That - Norris Shook, Chairman percentage has increased only slightly in the last twelve months. Many of the recommendations take - Planning Board several years to accomplish, or are ongoing responsibilities. If you are interested in reviewing - In the year 2002, The Planning Board approved three the status of a particular recommendation, a full report Definitive Subdivision Plans, which created ten is available through the Town's Planning Department. - buildable lots. The Planning Board also endorsed eight Approval-Not-Required Plans, which created There are a couple of major initiatives to which I would - ten new buildable lots. call your attention. - Three public hearings were held for the trimming or . Planning to meet the needs for municipal - removal of trees and changes to historic stone walls facilities is underway. A new study committee on Scenic Roads, the requests were approved. Of has been formed to evaluate the best use of - note, NStar was approved for a significant trimming Town Hall and the recently-purchased operation on roads in South Orleans. American Legion Building. They are charged - to look at all options for using the two During 2002, the Planning Board undertook a properties effectively. - comprehensive study of the Business Corridor District (Route 6A) from the Orleans rotary to the . The Town is making progress on wastewater - Brewster town line. It is anticipated that the study management planning. This summer will will lead to zoning amendments and other actions to commence the second year of a three-year - protect the character of the community. effort to measure water quality in the town's Planning Board members also represent the water bodies. The Town is proceeding - Planning Board by serving on other boards/ deliberately in this regard, because we want committees: Bill Wilcoxson on the Wastewater to be sure that future solutions will be - Management Steering Committee; Alan Conklin and necessary and appropriate to the community. Mark Zivan on the Zoning Bylaw Task Force. - . The Village Center Plan is another significant - Respectfully submitted, planning project. A downtown market study Alan Conklin, Chairman was completed through a State grant to tell - us the kinds of businesses that might succeed in Orleans in the future. This - 124 - ... - information is being coordinated with opinions Town Meeting voters. The Village Center District .. expressed by residents in a consumer survey. boundaries were expanded and the allowable uses In the meantime, there were three articles on refined to meet the Town's goals for a healthy village. ... the Annual Town Meeting Warrant intended to Density requirements for apartments and motels were set the Village Center as a unique zoning clarified to ensure that density is based only on upland. - district, so that we can begin to encourage Advanced septic treatment is now required for the types of activities in the Village Center that apartment developments to better protect .. residents have said are desirable. groundwater. Rnally, the Town's flood plain regulations were upgraded to keep Orleans in compliance with - Several other recommendations from the the requirements for flood insurance eligibility. Comprehensive Plan are ongoing actions, including ... the following: The Planning Department maintains the Town's Geographic Information System (GIS), a computer- III 1. Open space protection continues, as based mapping system. In 2002, the system was ... Land Bank funds are being used to updated to include all new houses, roads, and target high priority lands for purchase driveways. This information has a variety of - or Conservation Restric-tion. applications, and is being integrated into several 2. Several Zoning changes have been departments, including the 911 emergency response .. proposed that are recommended in network. the Comprehensive Plan. ... 3. The design for an water treatment plant The Town continued to work with the Pleasant Bay to improve drinking water has been Management Alliance to protect the resources in and ... completed. The development of an around its waters. A five-year update of the 8th drinking well is under way. management plan has been completed and is - 4. Several road improvement projects scheduled for consideration at the 2003 Annual Town are being planned, including Skaket Meeting. ... Corners, for which State funding is available this year. Three significant development proposals were active .. in 2002. Stop 'n Shop announced plans to relocate .. Many other actions are under way to ensure that into the former Bradlees at Cranberry Plaza, a move Orleans remains a fine community in which to live. that will create new retail space visible from Route .. The Planning Board takes its role in the Town's future 6A. A 15,000 square foot expansion of Skaket Corners seriously, and is tracking progress on each action. has been proposed and is under Development of .. Ultimately, it is up to the voters of the town to consider Regional Impact (DRI) review with the Cape Cod and approve many of the recommendations in the Commission. Lastly, a proposal for a large automobile ... Comprehensive Plan. We would welcome any dealership on Route 6A was considered and ultimately comments you may have on how the Town is doing withdrawn by the applicant. The Planning Department ... in setting its priorities and planning for its future. coordinates the review of all commercial development proposals, including those referred to the Cape Cod ... Respectfully submitted, Commission as ORis. Alan Conklin, Planning Board Chairman In support of the Wastewater Management Steering ... Planning Department Committee, a grant application was submitted to Small Flows, a nationwide environmental program. - In 2002, the Planning Department continued its If awarded, the grant will be used to evaluate - wastewater management districts for Orleans. efforts to protect the character of Orleans through Overall work on the wastewater management plan short and long-range planning initiatives. The continues to move steadily forward, with the third ... Department provided staff support to the Site Plan year of town-wide water testing scheduled for III Review Committee, Planning Board, Wastewater Summer 2003. Management Steering Committee, Water Quality - Task Force, Zoning Bylaw Task Force, and other Respectfully submitted, boards and committees as needed. George Meservey, Director of Planning - Six Zoning Bylaw amendments were approved by & Community Development 125 - .. - - Pleasant Bay Resource Management Alliance of Pleasant Bay. The Pleasant Bay Alliance - reported that there is potential for an additional The Pleasant Bay Resource Management 1,728 new residential dwellings to be built on - Alliance is an organization formed by the Towns new lots within the watershed of Pleasant Bay, of Orleans, Chatham and Harwich to coordinate an increase of 28% over existing - implementation of the Pleasant Bay Resource development. Nine of the Bay's twenty-one - Management Plan. Orleans voters approved the subwatersheds could see an increase in new plan at the November 1998 Special Town Meeting. dwellings of 40% or more. The analysis was - The Alliance has a Steering Committee with one completed with assistance from the Cape Cod member and one alternate member appointed by Commission, and was distributed to - the Board of Selectmen. The Steering Committee Selectmen, Planning Boards, Conservation is supported by a Technical Resource Commissions, and Open Space Committees - Committee consisting of resource management in the Alliance towns. professionals from each town, and - representatives of Massachusetts Coastal Zone . The Alliance completed Guidelines for Private Management, the Cape Cod Commission and the Walkways and Stairways in Fresh and Marine - Cape Cod National Seashore. A coordinator for Resource Areas in Pleasant Bay. The - the Alliance manages implementation activities Guidelines are intended for use by local with the committees. Conservation Commissions, Planning Boards - and Boards of Appeal in the review of permit Highlights and accomplishments of 2002 include: applications for walkways or stairways over - marine or freshwater wetland resources. . The Alliance completed the third season of bay-wide water quality monitoring. Many . The Alliance completed a Freshwater - thanks are offered to the more than one Resource Assessment of ponds located within - hundred volunteers who collected water the ACEC. The Assessment consists of a quality samples and recorded field information detailed description of significant plant and - across the Bay from June through September. animal species and related physical Water quality samples are analyzed at the characteristics surrounding the ponds. The - SMAST Laboratory at UMass-Dartmouth. The information will be used to develop Alliance published and distributed the second management recom-mendations for these - annual Pleasant Bay Interim Water Quality resource areas, including guidelines for local Interim Report. This year's report presented permitting of docks on freshwater ponds. - data from the 2001 and 2000 seasons. . In 2002 The Alliance developed a draft - . In 2002, five new water quality monitoring Resource Management Plan Update that is - stations were added to fill out the data needed due upon the five-year anniversary of the for modeling of Pleasant Bay through the Plan's adoption. The Update provides - Massachusetts Estuaries Program. Funding detailed summaries of the Alliance's work over for the new stations was provided through the past five years, and recommendations for - grants from the Friends of Pleasant Bay, Inc. future activity. Following a public comment and the Executive Office of Environmental period it is proposed that the Update be - Affairs. The Alliance is working with the submitted to voters at the 2003 Annual Town Department of Environmental Protection, the Meeting. - Commonwealth's department that oversees the program, to ensure that modeling of the The Alliance appreciates the Town's ongoing - entire Bay occurs as early as possible. The financial support and commitment toward its modeling will provide important information for efforts to preserve the natural resources and - use in the Town's wastewater planning public enjoyment of Pleasant Bay. program. - Respectfully submitted, . The Alliance completed an analysis of Arnold Henson, Orleans Representative to - development potential within the watershed Steering Committee - 126 - ... .. Police Department Trespassing 29 Vandalisms 74 - The Police Department had another busy year in Motor vehicle citations 1289 2002 as indicated by the accompanying activity Motor vehicle accidents 490 .. breakdown. Chief William Stone retired in July of Sudden deaths 4 this year after serving the Town for fourteen years. License to carry firearms issued 95 .. We will miss Chief Stone and at the same time look Firearms I D cards issued 6 .. forward to the leadership of his successor, Jeffrey Arrests 177 Roy, who will assume the duties of Chief of Police Protective custodies 41 ... in January of 2003. During this period of transition, Total calls for service 11334 Lieutenant Kenneth Greene has been the Acting Total cruiser miles driven 186484 ... Chief of Police. We also had two patrolmen resign this year, and both positions were filled with highly I would like to extend my sincere thanks and .. capable officers. appreciation to the Police Department personnel, department managers, and the great folks at Town ... In 2002, the Department received continuations of Hall who gave their support, guidance and state financial grants to enhance our commitment cooperation during the past year. - to community orientated policing and to continue - with our school DARE program. We were also Respectfully submitted, granted funds for traffic enforcement, underage Kenneth Greene, Acting Chief of Police - drinking, and for the distribution of bicycle helmets to young riders. We continued with our senior Recreation Committee ... citizen outreach program (TRIAD), and conducted the annual Police Department block party, which The Recreation Committee was created by the - continues to grow in popularity and size. Board of Selectmen in 2001. The charge to the Committee is to work with the community, the - This year the Department became a member of an Board, the Town Administrator and the Recreation interagency mutual aid agreement with other Director to improve and/or expand recreational - regional police departments. This will allow for the programming and facilities through a commitment sharing of police resources in the event of an to provide quality recreational programs to all .. incident occurring that overwhelmed the capabilities segments of the population in the Town of Orleans. of any of the member departments. Training for .. Department personnel now includes appropriate In 2002, the Committee worked on the five year responses to certain types of critical incidents. The Recreational Plan, continued to look into the Pocket - Department has recently received a state funded Park concept, and developed, distributed, and - grant, which will greatly assist us in this endeavor. tabulated results of a recreational survey. The survey asked if citizens were happy with programs ... Incidents Investiaated in 2002 and facilities. It asked if there were additional Alarms 656 programs and/or facilities that the residents would ... Assaults 17 like to see. It also asked if the townspeople would be Breaking & entering (burglary) 34 interested in a Community Center with a full ... Disturbances 96 gymnasium and olympic-size swimming pool. Domestic abuse 69 Although only a handful of the surveys were - Drug cases 28 completed, results were approximately 2-1 in favor Missing persons 12 of such a facility. - Traffic stops 2657 OUI alcohol/drugs 46 We look forward to the challenges of meeting the - Harassing / obscene phone calls 40 needs and interests of a diverse population, and we Well-being checks 542 invite the residents of Orleans to share their ideas .. Larcenies 127 with the Recreation Committee. Liquor law violations 19 - Rapes 2 Respectfully submitted, Stolen vehicles 2 Beverly A. Fuller, Chairwoman - 127 - .. - - Recreation Department Registrars of Voters - During the summer months, we offered swim lessons On December 31, 2002 there were 5,370 Active - at Meetinghouse Pond and Pilgrim Lake. The program, registered voters in the Town of Orleans; accredited by the American Red Cross, served 105 approximately 41 of those were listed as Inactive. We - children and 8 adults. Lessons, synchronized have a total of 6,735 residents living year round in the swimming and swim meets were held. Tennis lessons town. - were held at the three Orleans Elementary School - tennis courts: 88 children and 32 adults participated. Any citizen age 18 or over may register to vote in the The Lower Cape Open Tennis Tournament was held Town Clerk's office during regular office hours (Monday - for the thirtieth year over two weekends in mid-August - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.). In addition, special There were 230 entrants in various age groups. The registration sessions are held throughout the year, - summer program at Orleans Elementary School had three weeks before any election and Town Meeting. 175 registrants. Also offered was an Arts and Crafts At these times, the Town Clerk's office is open until - Program at Nauset Middle School with 33 children 8:00pm. Mail-in registrations are also available. Also, and a drop-in center at the Community Center, with if you change your license at the Registry of Motor - fifteen participants. Vehicles, you can change your voter registration at the same time. Only registered voters may vote in - In the Fall, instructional and recreational soccer was state and town elections and at Town Meeting - offered, with 130 participants. Games were held on Saturdays and played at various lower Cape locations Every year a Census of all residents is taken by the - from Harwich to Provincetown. Town. Each voter for whom no census information is received is then maintained on an Inactive Voters' - During the winter months, a ball skills class was held List until he/she has failed to vote in two consecutive at Nauset Middle School for pre-schoolers through biennial state elections. The voter is then notified by - grade one with 44 participants. Instructional basketball mail of the anticipated removal of his or her name for grade two, had 21 boys and girls participating. from the Inactive Voters' List. - Recreational basketball for grades three through eight had 96 boys and 65 girls participate. The following is a summary of all voters by Party and - by Precinct: In the Spring, instructional softball and baseball for - grades one and two was held, with 54 participants. ~ PRECINCT ONE PRECINCT TWO Baseball for grades three through eight had 92 Republican 780 792 , - participants. Softball grades three through six had 60 participants. Games were played from Harwich to Democratic 528 503 - Provincetown. Volunteer, Leo Miller and Whitey Green Party USA 2 0 Dunham fields were used in town. Junior Babe Ruth Intemational3nl Party 1 2 - for 13 through 15 year olds, was played at Eldredge Libertarian 6 6 Field. Massachusetts Green 4 6 - Thanks to countless volunteer coaches, sports Unenrolled 1372 1368 - officials, and a full-time seasonal staff, we continue to TOTALACTlVEVOTERS 2693 2677 - offer high quality, no fee programs with a wide INAC17VEVOTERS 9 32 spectrum of activities. We are fortunate to have well- - maintained fields, courtesy of the Parks and Beaches Respectfully submitted, Department, and excellent indoor school facilities to Anne R. Lennon, Town Clerk - run our programs. - Respectfully submitted, Brendan Guttmann, Director - - 128 - ~/~ - Sealer of Weights & Measures ... Sealing ... Fee Not Charged .. Adjusted Sealed Sealed Condemned per Device .. Scales Cap. Of 10,000 Ibs. 2 2 $100.00 - 5,000 - 10,000 Ibs. $ 75.00 100 - 5,000 Ibs. 5 11 1 4 $ 35.00 - Under 100 Ibs. 26 127 3 1 $ 25.00 .. Balances 3 $ 25.00 Weights - Avoirdupois 73 2 $3/5.00 Metric - Troy - Apothecary 37 $3/5.00 Volumetric Measures .. Vehicle Tank Compartments Liquid Measures 1 gal. or under .. Liquid Measures 1 gal. or over Dry Measures - Automatic Liquid Measuring - Devices Meters, Inlet 1" or less - Gasoline 29 Oil, Grease ... Meters, Inlet more than 1" Vehicle Tank Meters ... Bulk Storage - Meters Oil, Grease ... Other Automatic Measurina Devices - Taximeters Leather Measuring Devices - Cloth Measuring Devices .. Wire-Cordage Measuring Devices 4 $15.00 Reverse Vending Machines 7 $15.00 - Linear Measures Yardsticks 2 $15.00 ... Tapes 4 $15.00 Miscellaneous ... Scanning Systems .. Number Scanning Systems 98% or 2 state fees above ... Number Scanning Systems below 4 state fees 98% - ... 129 - .. - ... Shellfish & Waterways Improvement Advisory In 2002, 20 meetings were held. A total of ten ... Committee informal reviews and six formal reviews were ... completed. In all its deliberations, the Committee A primary focus of the Committee this past year was aims to provide a comprehensive, objective review ... the restoration of the herring run at Cedar Pond. The of development proposals in order to safeguard Committee has entered into a partnership with the public health, safety, welfare, and aesthetics. ... Water Quality Task Force to identify the various issues which must be studied and addressed before a healthy Respectfully submitted, ... run can be reestablished. Harbormaster Dawson George Meservey, Chairman Farber has initiated contact with relevant state and - federal agencies which may be of assistance with Snow Library technical advice and possible partial funding for the ... required modifications. It is the unanimous view of Snow Library continues the mandate as it has the Committee that the restoration of this run would served in the past: to provide educational, .. constitute a major environmental triumph for the Town recreational and reference services for children and ... and a priceless legacy for future generations. adults of all ages, and to create a place to gather and discuss issues of today, yesterday and The control of shellfish predators continues to be a tomorrow. - major focus of the Committee. In particular, the green .. crab, with its voracious type of appetite for immature The library collection now totals 59,064 items, shellfish of all types, has become a major threat to including print and audiovisual formats as well as .. both wild and cultivated shellfish. The search for an electronic subscriptions. Snow Library is a member effective means to control this invasive species of the Cape Libraries Automated Materials Sharing ... continues. At present, no approach promises (CLAMS) network, giving patrons access to dramatic results. The Committee recommended that collections throughout the state and nation. There .- the shellfish regulations be modified to prohibit the were 7,467 registered borrowers as of June 30, return of live green crabs taken in traps to the waters 2002. - of Orleans. Circulation for the year was 151,453 items, including ... During 2003, the Committee hopes to see better adult and juvenile books, audio compact discs and communication and coordination among the many cassettes, and videos. Nearly 146,000 people - Town volunteer committees. visited the library and the reference librarians answered 7,446 questions! - Respectfully submitted, - Don Bakker, Chairman The lecture series and Lifetime Learning programs were extremely well attended and cover such - Site Plan Review Committee subjects as "Astronomy for Beginners;" "Russian History and Culture;" and "Your Cape Cod Garden." - The Site Plan Review Committee reviews Children's services at Snow Library during 2002 commercial development projects involving new attracted 3,391 children to such programs as the ... construction, significant additions, and changes of Gerwick Puppets presentation of "Inside the Haunted use. The Committee is authorized by the Zoning House" in October, and the summer reading ... Bylaw to ensure that all development plans meet the program, "A Star Spangled Summer at Snow." review criteria and are in compliance with the Town's - regulations. The Committee reviews information Internet instruction, offering patrons help with current submittals to provide low-cost guidance on technology, is given weekly, as is instruction with use .. prospective developments. The formal review of the CLAMS network. Online access to Snow process requires the submission of professionally Library - available from home computers through - prepared plans. http://www.c1amsnet.orQ - allows the reservation of items as well as use of magazine databases. - The Site Plan Review Committee consists of the following departments: Building, Conservation, Fire, Preservation work has continued on the massive ... Health, Highway, Planning, and Water. project of cataloging the historical photographs of - 130 - .. - H.K. Cummings, a collection left to Snow Library. It exemplifies our commitment to excellence in all - is hoped that during 2003, albums of the areas, academic and beyond. photographs will be available for the public to peruse .. and a mechanism will be in place for purchase of At Orleans Elementary School (OES), the faculty individual pictures. and staff continue to present an excellent and varied - program. Once again, the Boston Globe ranked A big part of Snow Library's success is its OES among the very best elementary districts in - accessibility. Snow Library continues to have the the state, based on our May 2002 scores. We will third highest hours of operation on the Cape. Snow continue to strive to get even better, building on this .. Library staff members and the Board of Trustees solid base of accomplishment. Principal Gail Briere strive to integrate the library with the community. and several teachers are participating in a system- I11III Even getting in the door is easier, since the new wide review of our Math program this winter and handicap-accessible entrance was installed. spring. We hope to adopt a consistent, coordinated .. curriculum from kindergarten through the Nauset I11III The Friends of Snow Library continued their support Middle School's sixth grade, enabling students from of the Library through book sales, membership across the system to achieve at even higher levels. - contributions and volunteer hours. The Friends Our Spanish program began its second year, contributed more than $17,000 towards the moving up to second grade. With grant funding, .. purchase of books, videos and audio books. Part we were able to provide tutorial Math help for of that went to supply passes to Boston museums, students in grades three through five. The School - the Roger Williams Zoo in Providence, and the Council's support for appropriate, respectful student Heritage and Plimoth Plantations. More than 80 behavior is much appreciated. .. volunteers contributed 1 ,040 hours of service in book-mending, shelving, mail and newspaper The Nauset Regional Schools also prospered in - pickup, display cases, and assistance to 2002. The School Committee proposed a homebound residents. The Friends also sponsor reconfiguration of its membership to comply with - many program during the year, including Lifetime federal electoral requirements. Orleans' three Learning, Sundays at the Snow Library, and the representatives now will have 0.8 votes each, - Summer Children's series reflecting the Town's reduced share of the district's - total population. This change, having been approved It is also important to remember that Snow Library by Town Meetings in all four member communities, - is a Town department and could notfunction without will take effect in May 2003. the active support of other Town departments, and - the many people who look out for Snow Library. At both the Middle and High Schools, the Arts Prominent on this list is the Parks Department; continue to be a great source of pride. Our - which each year extends its range of responsibility Instrumental Music program enrolls more students to help us keep our building and grounds safe and every year; our Chorus has distinguished itself in - attractive. national competition and local performances too varied to enumerate; our new Fife and Drum Corps - Respectfully submitted, has become a staple of community events from Jim Botsford, Chairman parades to town meetings; and the Nauset Players, .. our drama troupe, has continued to present the Superintendent of Schools finest in high school theatricals, featuring "A .. Midsummer Night's Dream" this past November. .. The past year has been a successful period for all Academically, we are proud of the system's first our schools. It began with a report from the Presidential Scholar. Juliet Lamb was one of 142 University of Massachusetts that ranked Nauset and seniors selected for a week of activities in the .. its local elementary schools the sixth most effective nation's capital, culminating in the presentation of a .. school system in the state. It continued with medal certifying her academic record as one of the improved MCAS scores at all levels, and culminated country's finest. . . with the news that our Honors Chorus would perform at Carnegie Hall in January. This Orleans has been most supportive of its children - and their public schools. We remain committed to 131 .. .. - .. providing the best public education possible, and pensions and a number of services we were able - are most grateful for the Town's consistent support to provide to our veteran constituents. - and recognition of our efforts. Because of these efforts, we generated $924,639.00 - Respectfully submitted, for the Town of Orleans in federal money through Michael Gradone, Superintendent of Schools the Department of Veterans Affairs for 597 veterans. - Veterans' Graves Officer Respectfully submitted, - Sidney L. Chase, Director I hereby submit my annual report to the Board of .. Selectmen for the Veterans' Graves Officer. It looks Visiting Nurse Association of Cape Cod, Inc. as if we have picked up nearly 300 veterans buried - in our cemetery in the past three years which have The Visiting Nurse Association of Cape Cod, Inc., been unrecorded. This brings our total to near 560. (VNA) is a not-for-profit certified health agency that - provides home health care, health promotion, .. Our cost for flags and grave markers should stabilize immunization and educational programs to the and decrease in the near future. communities of Cape Cod. The VNA continues to ... provide both the town-sponsored public health It will be appreciated if the family members will programs, and the third party reimbursable home - cease to remove the flag sticks from the holders health services for the people of Orleans. once they deems the flags unsightly. This enables - us to more easily recognize flags that need to be Specialty Care includes: Skilled Nursing, High-Tech replaced when driving through the cemetery. IV Therapies, Psychiatric Nursing, Maternal-Child - Health, Enterostomal Therapy, HIV/AIDS Services, Thank you to the Lighthouse Charter School for their Medical Social Work, Physical, Occupational & ... efforts in planting the geraniums on every veterans' Speech Therapy, Home Health Aides, Private grave for Memorial Day. Thank you to Peter Services Nursing, Hospice & Palliative Care, - Howerton for all his help. It has been a privilege to Geriatric Care Management, Home Health Aides, work with him this year. He is a younger veteran, and Homemakers. ... lives next to the cemetery, and has offered his services. Wellness Programs include: Community - Education, Support Groups, Immunization Clinics, ... Respectfully submitted, Health Screenings, Worksite Wellness, Child Day Robert B. Larrimore, Veterans' Graves Officer Care Programs, Adult Day Health Programs, - (Note: Mr. Larrimore submitted this report to the Prostate and Breast and Cervical Cancer Initiatives, Town prior to his death in December 2002). a Senior Exercise Program (Young at Heart), the - Mobile Health Link Van, Medical Interpreters, and Veterans' Services Senior Information Services. - This year the District Office of Veterans' Services Town Funding enabled the VNA of Cape Cod to - has faced tremendous disappointment with the provide the following services for residents of Department of Veterans Affairs medical delivery Orleans in the year 2002: 4 home visits to adults; ... system, and we are in the process of working with 20 home visits to new mothers and babies; 251 Congressman Delahunt and members of various immunizations at town clinics, Nauset Middle - veterans organizations to facilitate federal funding School, and the Lighthouse Charter School for for those veterans who are on a fixed income and resident adults and children. In addition to these - cannot afford the cost of prescription drugs and immunizations, 601 flu and 80 pneumonia other medical services. immunizations were provided. Weekly blood .. pressure screening clinics provided 406 blood We also have had a great deal of success aiding pressure screens, 36 residents were screened for - veterans with increases in their Service connected cholesterol, 24 residents were screened for skin - disabilities, pensions, life insurance claims, widows cancer, 31 residents were screened for colorectal cancer, and 4 cases of communicable disease were ... 132 - - .. investigated for the Town of Orleans and the loading model. The Fall was taken up with Massachusetts Department of Public Health. discussions on the scope of the final Wastewater .. Community Wellness Programs were also Management Plan, Le. the "planning horizon", and ... provided. we have focused on the concept of near-, mid-, and long-term future remediation projects. It is .. In addition to the funding sources such as Medicare, unreasonable to attempt to plan more than twenty Medicaid, private insurance or the Town, the VNA years in the future; however we need understand .. actively seeks funds through grants, and the full growth potential of the town before developing philanthropy. These funds are needed to broaden specific actions. Science and technology in the field ... the scope of community services offered and to is rapidly advancing, and the committee has been help support needed home health services for those challenged to keep up to date. The committee has .. Orleans residents whose health insurance also begun to discuss possible "sites" for future coverage is adequate or nonexistent. treatment options throughout the town. - The VNA is committed to and continually striving To ensure broad citizen involvement, the Committee - toward understanding and meeting the needs of the worked with the Board of Selectmen to establish a - community. Please feel free to address any Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). Personal questions or comments to the Community Health interviews were held with recruited and volunteer .. Program of the VNA, located at our Chatham office applicants. The CAC has 25 members (508-957-7613). representative of most special interest groups and .. sub-watersheds, or neighborhoods in Town. We Respectfully submitted, continue to work with the CAC to help them develop - Carole Sandquist, Community Health Contracts a sound knowledge base of the efforts and Coordinator accomplishments of the other Steering Committee. .. Wastewater Management Steering Committee In many ways it has been frustrating to spend these .. last two and probably the next two years immersed After nearly two full years of work, the Committee in the task of data collecting and model building. .. has begun to get a clearer sense of the direction We realize that very soon we must start the public .. and of the scope of the tasks that must be faced. hearing and citizen education process. Committee The hiring of an environmental engineering members have been careful not to predict the .. consultant, Wright-Pierce Engineering, was a recommendations of the wastewater management crucial step in obtaining the expertise from a firm plan (WMP) until all the necessary work has been .. which has guided other municipalities through this completed. When the WMP is presented, we planning process. Wright Pierce has worked well realize it will make recommendations and develop .. with the Committee and Planning Department in concepts quite new to the citizens of the Town. We providing guidance and advice in planning for understand that it will be important to help all citizens .- effective wastewater management. The Town is of Orleans to become informed and educated on fortunate to have a state of the art Geographic this complication issue. - Information System (GIS) that has saved us valuable money, time and resources. The Committee is grateful for the continued financial - support for long-range projects as reflected by Summer of 2002 marked the completion of the ratification of the budgets and Annual Town .. second water sampling for more than sixty marine Meetings. Weare also appreciative of the collegial and freshwater sites. Stream gages were put in working relationships with numerous other Town .. place to start the 18-month collection of data departments and committees. necessary for the completion of the hydrodynamic .. estuaries models. As we move on compiling our Board of Water Commissioners three year sample database and completion of the .. modeling with UMASS, the Committee has begun At a Special Town Meeting held on October 28, .. to work on the land based side of the nitrogen 2002, the town overwhelmingly approved the loading. We have been working closely with the construction and funding of an iron and manganese .. consultant to develop an Orleans-specific nitrogen 133 .. .. .. .. removal facility to be installed in the watershed to 333' of 6" pipe replaced undersized pipe and 1,450' ... serve wells 1, 4, 5 & 6. of new 8" water main was installed along Skaket Beach Road connecting to Rock Harbor Road. - Subsequently, a contract to construct this facility was issued to Methuen Construction Co. of Salem, I would like to express my appreciation to the Water - N.H. and was followed up with an order to proceed. Department personnel, the other Town departments and the residents of the Town of Orleans for their - We have continued with our voluntary water assistance and cooperation during the past year. I - conservation program and all indications are that it would like to especially express my deepest is working quite well. gratitude and thanks to Charlie Savage who retired - this year after 35 % years with the Water A neighbor to the watershed reported parking on Department. ... Route 28 for access to Gould Pond with a boat and motor for fishing. The Highway Department installed PUMPING STATISTICS .. "No Parking" signs in the area and the activities apparently ceased. 2001 2002 - Pumping 325,536,700 328 ,424,000 Similarly, two vehicles trespassing in the watershed Largest Day 2,186,700 2,502,700 ... over the summer became stuck and required Largest Week 12,397,400 15,477,800 extrication with heavy-duty equipment. Services 4,924 4,961 .. .. Respectfully submitted, Respectfully submitted, Charles H. Groezinger, Chairman Charles E. Medchill, Water Superintendent - Water Department Zoning Board of Appeals .. 2002 was a busy year for the Water Department. The purpose of the Zoning Board pf Appeals is to .. The design for the iron and manganese treatment hear and decide applications or petitions for Special plant was completed. I am hopeful that construction Permits or Variances as empowered under the ... will begin in early 2003. Zoning bylaws of the Town and Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 40A, and to hear and decide - The final extended pump test report for well 8 was appeals from decisions of the Zoning Administrator. completed and submitted to the Massachusetts - Department of Environmental Protection. The A total of 51 cases were submitted, 50 were heard Water Management Act Permit Application was also and one was continued to 2003. Of the 30.special ... completed and submitted. Approval of these two Permits heard, 23 were granted and seven were items will allow us to proceed with the development withdrawn. Of the thirteen cases which combined ... of this site as a permanent source within the next Special Permits and Variances, four granted both, .. five years. five granted Variances, four granted Special Permits, four Special Permit Cases were withdrawn, four .. We have continued our public education programs Variance petitions were withdrawn and one case with the celebration of National Drinking Water withdrew. Of the two petitions for Variances, one ... Week, the publication of our annual newsletter was modified and one was granted. There were including a water quality report, the thirteenth year four appeals; one was withdrawn, a Special Permit - of our joint effort with the Elementary School's fifth was granted and a petition for a Variance was grade, and the continued relationship with the withdrawn; one was upheld and a Special Permit .. Charter School following the Treatment Plant was withdrawn; one was overturned; and one was through the Town Meeting. upheld. One Comprehensive Permit was heard .. and granted. There were 22 regular open meetings Our improvement and maintenance projects in 2002. ... continued with 180 fire hydrants inspected and repaired and 262 water meters replaced. A total of Respectfully submitted, .. 2,278' of water main was installed. 828' of 8" and Mark Boardman, Chairman - 134 - - - Zoning Bylaw Task Force 3); (3) Amend setbacks in Village Center (passed at Town Meeting, but rejected by Attorney General's - The Orleans Zoning Bylaw Task Force is comprised office); (4) Amend density requirements for motels of residents, Town volunteers and employees, to and apartments (passed by 2/3); (5) Amend Open .. study and draft language for proposed Zoning Bylaw Space Residential Development (cluster) Bylaw - amendments. (failed to gain 2/3); (6) Require maintenance During 2002, the Task Force reviewed and drafted agreement for approved site plans (failed to gain - language for several proposed amendments for majority); (7) Limiting impervious area on residential consideration at the Annual Town Meeting in May. lots (indefinitely postponed); (8) Require advanced - After review by Town Counsel, nine draft articles septic treatment for apartments (passed by 2/3); were presented to the Planning Board for public (9) Amend floodplain regulations (passed by 2/3). ... hearing. The Planning Board placed all nine articles In 2003, the Zoning Bylaw Task Force will address, .. on the Annual Town Meeting warrant, of which six among other issues, recommendations of the Local were approved by voters. Comprehensive Plan for zoning changes to prevent .. The Zoning proposals and their disposition are as further commercial sprawl along Route 6A for follows: (1) Amend uses in Village Center to better consideration at the Annual Town Meeting. ... define the district (passed by 2/3); (2) Amend Respectfully submitted, - boundaries of Village Center to incorporate 7 parcels George Meservey, Chairman from the General Business District (passed by 2/ - - - - .. .. - - - - .. .. .. - - .. .. - 135 .. .. - - TOWN OF ORLEANS treatment of water, through a management plan. - COMMITTEE/BOARD DESCRIPTIONS Five members. - Architectural Review Committee - Provides Building Code Board of Appeals - Reviews - design review of new construction, alterations and appeals made by builders and individuals from the additions to commercial structures located in the requirements of the Massachusetts State Building - various business districts of the Town. Five Code. Five members. members and two associates. - Cable TV and Telecommunications Advisory Bikeways Committee - Advocates and supports Committee - Works with the Town's current cable .. the use of bicycling as transportation and recreation television provider, AT&T, and the Town to improve and makes recommendations to encourage and service; advises the Board of Selectmen on the ... facilitate safe cycling within the Town. Seven issuance of franchises; researches a variety of members. technical and communications issues. Seven ... members. - Board of Assessors - Sets policies regarding property valuation; sets tax rates; administers motor Cape Cod Commission - One person appointed ... vehicle excise and boat excise; hears assessment by the Board of Selectmen represents the Town at appeals and abatements; reviews exemption the Cape Cod Commission, which deals with issues - applications; and administers betterments. Three of regional significance. One representative from members. Orleans. - Board of Health - Elected board that, through the Cape Cod Regional Technical High School - Massachusetts General Laws and State regulations, Committee - Formulates and adopts policy for the is responsible for protecting the public health, safety Regional Technical School system and hires a .. and environment of the community accomplished superintendent. Two Orleans representatives through enforcement of State laws, the sanitary and appointed by the Town Moderator. - environmental code, adopting reasonable local health regulations and by implementing preventive Citizens Advisory Committee - The primary task - programs. Five members. of the Committee is to be the link between the citizens of the Town and special interest groups in .. Board of Library Trustees - Acts as the governing all matters relating to the Wastewater Management .. body of Snow Library. Sets policies regarding use Plan and to work closely with and report to the of the building; determines the days and hours of Wastewater Management Steering Committee. Up .. operation; approves, promotes and participates in to thirty members. functions, displays, and exhibitions held in the .. library; and oversees all financial matters pertaining Commission on Disabilities - Coordinates and to the Library. Seven members. carries out programs designed to meet the .. problems of persons with disabilities; ensures Board of Selectmen - Serves as the chief appropriate accessibility and compliance with - executive goal-setting and policy making agency of Americans with Disabilities Act and regulations of the Town. Among other responsibilities as outlined the State and Town as related to the needs of - in the Orleans Home Rule Charter, the Board enacts persons with disabilities. Nine members. rules and regulations establishing Town policies, - acts as the licensing authority for the Town, and Conservation Commission - Administers the appoints