DUNBARTON BOARD OF SELECTMEN
THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 2006
TOWN OFFICES – 6:00 PM
PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE ACCEPTANCE OF SAMUELS COURT AS A TOWN MAINTAINED ROAD
The Dunbarton Board of Selectmen held a Public Hearing at the above time, date and place for the Acceptance of
Samuels Court as a Town Maintained Road. The following Selectmen were present:
Mert Mann, Chairman
Mert Mann, Chairman, noted that the Public Hearing had been posted in accordance with State Law in a timely fashion
and had been advertised as required.
Mert Mann, Chairman, asked for Public Comment.
John Trottier – Stated that last time Phase I was waiting for a “Punch List” to complete Phase I. Where is the “Punch
List” on Phase I.
Bob Grondin stated that we are here to discuss Samuel’s Court.
At this point in the Public Hearing, Don Mayo, Town Engineer, stated that the “Punch List” should be down when the
contractor thinks he is ready for inspection.
John Trottier asked if there would be upping the number for his bond for the second phase for Samuels Court. He stated
he had no other comment at this time. Would like to review the information, etc.
There was no other public comment.
Les Hammond asked the following questions regarding the development:
1. On Samuels Court where it comes into Stinson Drive on the southwest corner, what about the drainage, etc.
He stated he had looked at the area and wondered where the water goes. You have laid some material in
there. Is there a pitch there?
Bob Grondin looked at the map where the area was located. He stated there was a slight pitch there.
Bob Grondin stated the grade is coming out. It is a temporary erosion control measure.
Don Mayo, Town Engineer, stated that some grading remains to be done.
Jeff Crosby, Road Agent, stated he has already spoken with Don Mayo, Town Engineer, and he and I agree.
Les Hammond made a motion that the Dunbarton Board of Selectmen accept the new road, Samuel’s Court, as
shown on the subdivision plans approved on April 21, 2004, by the Dunbarton Planning Board, referred to as the
Stinson Hills, Phase II, and that it be considered as “substantially complete for purposes of Class V roadway
acceptance” by the Town of Dunbarton, Board of Selectmen. Mert Mann seconded the motion. The motion
After discussion with Don Mayo regarding the amount of the bond to be remaining, the following motion was made:
Les Hammond made a motion that the Dunbarton Board of Selectmen, based on Don Mayo, Town Engineer’s,
recommendation, hold back $22,250 for the final paving and release $77,750 from the $100,000 Bond for Phase II.
Mert Mann seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
There being no further business, Mert Mann, Chairman, closed the Public Hearing at 6:10 p.m.
Alison R. Vallieres
Mert Mann, Chairman, Board of Selectmen
Leslie G. Hammond, Selectman