SEYMOUR — The Board of Selectmen, meeting Tuesday, April 6, set 6 p.m. Thursday, April 22, for the annual town meeting, which will take place at Seymour Middle School.
The selectmen also set the referendum dates, reconvening on Friday, April 9, to reset those dates to Tuesday, May 4, as the budget referendum date; voters will be able to weigh in on the budget from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Seymour Community Center.
If needed, the follow up referendum dates will be Tuesday, May 18, and Tuesday, June 1.
During the meeting held on April 6, the board unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding to address the town vehicle that Jim Baldwin, building inspector, uses to conduct his site visits.
The MOU states that, as Mr. Baldwin performs duties for Beacon Falls, Seymour and Beacon Falls will share the expenses associated with the vehicle, including insurance costs.
The agreement includes a reimbursement per mile that Beacon Falls will pay to Seymour because the latter town owns the vehicle.
The selectmen went into executive session to discuss an easement related to 6 Colony St. Extension with the town attorney.
Coming out of executive session, the selectmen authorized the town attorney to take an easement on that site for drainage for municipal purposes in connection with the town sewer and drainage system.