TOWN BOARD MEETING INCLUDES ANNUAL CRIME REPORT

At the town meeting Monday night, the board discussed changing the two-year election cycles to four years.
The board heard citizen opinions on making Johnson St. one way to allow room for a sidewalk.

They approved a three-year, $105,000-per-year contract with Town Manager Melissa Adams. It starts March 1.

They did not approve a $12,500 lake debris removal contract with Hall’s Tree Service, but will continue to negotiate.

They tabled discussion on providing $50,000 of engineering funds to create plans for an 8-foot-wide boardwalk that would cost $400,000-500,000.

Police Chief Joel Acciardo reported that crime in 2017 was slightly up over 2016. Felony arrests went up from 156 to 257, misdemeanor arrests dropped from 583 to 541.

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