Article 20 - appoint a Code Enforcement Officer  (142 Views)  (1 Comments)

Warrant Article Created By: Selectmen

Results Votes in Favor Votes opposed Total Votes Required To Pass
776 1915 50%
Rational Taxpayer's recommends voting No

Shall the Town of Hampton vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to instruct the Town Manager to appoint a Code Enforcement Officer, who, under the supervision of the Building Inspector would be responsible with the Bu ilding Inspector, Board of Selectmen and the Town Manager, for the enforcement of all Town building codes, zoning and land ordinances, by-laws and regulations; State and Federal laws, codes, and administrative regulations. This position shall be a part-time employe.e of the Town who shall report to the Building Inspector and the Town Manager and to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 17,136 to fund the part-time salary from April 1, 2019 with the annual cost thereafter of $22,847 for such position? (Majority vote required)

Recommended by the Board of Selectmen 4-1-0

Not Recommended by the Municipal Budget Committee 1-6-0

Fiscal Impact Note (Finance Dept.) The estimated 2019 tax impact on $17,136 is $0.005 per $1,000 valuation (five tenths of one cent per thousand dollars of valuation).

 

 

Posted in: Unfavorable, Money

Comments

# Jerry Znoj Friday, February 8, 2019 1:03 AM
Vote no here. There is a need for this effort but the scope of what is defined for this person in the article and the hours and dollars allotted do not cut the mustard!

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