REPORT OF THE TOWN CLERK 2009
The office of the Town Clerk continues to be very busy with a large increase in the
town’s population, currently the population is 9,786. impacted by this increase.
Every aspect of the office is
Continuing my education by attending conferences and school helps me keep abreast of the ever changing State laws.
One of the most challenging issues this year was the changes to the State Ethics Law as well as the Campaign Finance Laws. With the State Ethics Reform law, every municipal worker (which includes volunteers, appointees to any committee, etc) must now take online training, which concludes with a test and the submission to the Clerk’s office an acknowledgement of completion. All of these records must be tracked and re-done every two years. This is yet another unfunded mandate from the State this year.
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Beverly Poirier retired as Assistant Assessor on May 26, 2009 Stephen P. Mullen resigned from the Board of Health on April 7, 2009 Thomas R. Creamer resigned from the Planning Board on April 22, 2009 Frank P. Damiano resigned from the Conservation Commission on April 10, 2009 James Malloy resigned as Town Administrator on June 30, 2009 Kimberly A. Desy resigned as a per-diem dispatcher on May 19, 2009 Brian Burns resigned from the Building Committee on June 2, 2009 Bruce Smith resigned from the Planning Board on June 23, 2009 Christine Ellithorpe resigned from the Council on Aging on August 14, 2009 Virginia Stallone resigned from the Finance Committee on Sept. 2, 2009 Anthony E. Celuzza resigned from the TA Search Committee on Sept. 9, 2009 Reed Hillman resigned from the TA Search Committee on Sept. 9, 2009 Kevin J. Smith resigned from the TA Search Committee on Sept. 9, 2009