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2001/06/02 Excerpt from Town Meeting minutes
Town of Sebago
Excerpt from ANNUAL TOWN MEETING Minutes
JUNE 2nd 2001

Greetings:

In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required by law to notify and warn the inhabitants of the Town of Sebago qualified by law to vote in Town affairs, to meet at the Town Hall in said Town of Sebago at 9:00 a.m., Saturday, the 2nd day of June 2001 to act on the following:

Article  1       To choose a Moderator to preside at said meeting.

Article 62.     To see if the Town will vote to form a committee comprised of a Selectman, the Town Manager, a member of the Fire Department, a member of the Emergency Medical Services, and at least two members of the public to study the feasibility of building a new Fire, Rescue, and//or Fire/Rescue Station.  (Selectmen so recommend.)  

Lisa made a motion to form a committee comprised of a Selectman, the Town Manager, a member of the Fire Department, a member of the Emergency Medical Service, and at least two members of the public to study the feasibility of building a new Fire, Rescue, and/or Fire/Rescue Station..  It was seconded by Jason.  Alan Green made an amendment to have the committee report back to the Town at the next annual Town Meeting.  It was seconded.  Amendment carried.  David McCarthy also made an amendment to have the committee look at renovating existing Town Facilities.  It was seconded by George.  Amendment carried.  The main motion was to form a committee comprised of a Selectman, the Town Manager, a member of the Fire Department, a member of the Emergency Medical Service, and at least two members of the public to study the feasibility of building a new Fire, Rescue, and/or Fire/Rescue Station or renovate existing Town facilities, and report back to the Town Meeting in June 2002.  Motion carried.  

Article 65.     What action does the Town wish to take in regards to relocating the Rescue Unit to an existing Fire Station?  (Submitted by a citizen).

George made a motion to take no action at this time.  It was seconded.  Motion carried.