Meetings This Week
Monday, Oct. 14
Bennington Housing Authority Policy Review Committee
Willowbrook Community Room, 3 p.m.
BENNINGTON -- The committee will be reviewing the admissions and continued occupancy policy.
Bennington Select Board
Bennington Fire Facility Multi-Purpose Room, third floor, 6 p.m.
Agenda: Minutes, Sept. 23; warrants; citizens; William H. Morse Airport/Paul Vincent, manager; ordinance amendment - panhandler: Article 17-4: Improper use of public way and abatement of public nuisances - prohibitions; boards and commissions/Bennington Housing Authority vacancy; 2013 liquor and tobacco license applications: Beverage Den Inc.; manager's report - if any; other business; executive session: litigation, contracts.
Tuesday, Oct. 15
SVRTSD Strategic Planning Committee
CDC conference room, 3 p.m.
Agenda: Approval of Sept. 23 committee minutes; review the work of the committee on mission, vision, philosophy and goals; plan action, strategies and time frame to accomplish goals; other.
Pownal Select Board
Town Office , 6:30 p.m.
Agenda: Special meeting agenda: personnel.
The Pownal Planning Commission regular meeting for Oct. 15 has been canceled. The next scheduled regular meeting will be held on Nov. 5.
SVSU Budget Committee meeting
Central Office conference room, 246 South Stream Road, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Agenda: Fiscal 2015 budget preparation: review grant revenue and expenditures: Title I & IIA, neglected and delinquent, 21 century, IDEA-B, regular, preschool; Medicaid: regular, MAC: SPED focus monitoring pressures; assessment calculations.
Washington County Local Development Corporation's Audit and Finance Committee
LDC Conference Room, 9 a.m.
Agenda: For further information, contact the Washington County LDC at 746-2292.
Wednesday, Oct. 16
Sunderland Board of School Directors
Sunderland Elementary School, 6:30 p.m.
Agenda: Approval of minutes of the Sept. 18 meeting; report of the superintendent of schools: tuition requests, relight audit, update on printers and network, Regional VSBA meeting brief/healthcare, BRSU master contract agreement for binders; report of the principal; appointments/resignations; directors' orders and financial statements; public comment; other business.
Pownal Elementary School District Board
Pownal Elementary Library Regular meeting, 5:30 p.m.
Agenda: Presentation: David Hojnowski, proposed Eagle Scout project; public comments; personnel: transfers/reassignments; finance/facilities: front entrance, Rich Vallee, VEHI member participation agreement and power of attorney, update on driveway repair for a bus turnaround on Route 346, Rich Vallee; action items: financial: treasurer's report for September, facilities: Head Start agreement, Red Cross shelter agreement, consent agenda; principal's report: transportation: bus cameras and paraprofessionals; chair's report: VSBA Oct. 7 regional meeting; superintendent/chief financial officer reports: Southshire challenge; other; executive session.
Mount Anthony Union High School District Board
MAU Middle School Library, 7 p.m.
Agenda: Public comment; presentation: MAUMS gardens update; action items: treasurer's report, September, VEHI member participation agreement and power of attorney, Review of finance meeting schedule for fiscal 2014; personnel: request for two additional clubs at Middle School; piano, percussion ensemble; consent agenda; reports: principal, Tim Payne, MAUMS and Sue Maguire, MAUHS, superintendent, Donna Leep, chair, Sean-Marie Oller: SVSU all board meeting, Oct. 30, How Things Work, select board presentation, Oct. 28, look ahead to presentations; other
Thursday, Oct. 17
Hoosick Falls Central School Board of Education
High School Library
Agenda: Regular meeting, 7 p.m.
Food Service Advisory Committee
MAU Middle School conference room, 3:30 to 4:45 p.m.
Agenda: Minutes: Sept. 19; committee makeup: welcome to new students; new business.
Friday, Oct. 18
Washington County Local Development Corporation Board of Directors
Supervisors Conference room in building B, 9 a.m.
Agenga: For further information, contact the Washington County LDC at 518-746-2292.
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