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April 10, 1996
 

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GOVERNOR AND EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MINUTES
State House, Concord, New Hampshire
April 10, 1996 10:00 a.m.

The Governor and Executive Council convened at 10:00 a.m. with all members being present.

The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Spaulding, seconded by Councilor Streeter, accepted the minutes of the March 20, 1996 meeting.

The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Streeter, seconded by Councilor Burton, confirmed the appointment of several persons nominated for Civil Commissions at the March 20, 1996 meeting.

The Governor placed in nomination the several persons who applied for Civil Commissions.

RESIGNATIONS
 
The Governor and Executive Councilor accepted, with regret, the following resignations:
 
PUBLIC WATER ACCESS ADVISORY BOARD
CLAYTON PHILLIPS, Croydon
Effective Immediately
 
WATER SUPPLY AND POLLUTION CONTROL COUNCIL
MAY CASTEN, Derry
Effective March 23, 2005
 
CONFIRMATIONS
 
The Governor and Executive Council confirmed the following appointments:
 
AVIATION USERS ADVISORY BOARD
Aviation Association of NH
JOHN SARGENT, Georges Mills
Reappointment
Effective April 10, 1996
Term: April 23, 2000
 
CURRENT USE ADVISORY BOARD
Representing assessing official in a city
RICHARD STAPLETON, Berlin
Reappointment
Effective April 10, 1996
Term: March 15, 1998
 
ADVISORY COUNCIL ON THE SALE AND FITTING OF HEARING AIDS
Public Member
JOAN MARCOUX, Manchester
Replacing John D. Lavey, Hudson
Effective April 10, 2006
Term: January 1, 1998
 
BOARD OF REGISTRATION OF MEDICINE
CYNTHIA S. COOPER, Durham
Reappointment
Effective April 10, 1996
Term: April 21, 2001
 
PERSONNEL APPEALS BOARD
Alternate
JAMES BARRY, SR., Manchester
Replacing Karen S. McGinley, Bedford
Effective April 10, 1996
Term: September 24, 1998
 
PERSONNEL APPEALS BOARD
As Chairman
LAWRENCE H. MILLER, Errol
Replacing Patrick J. McNicholas
Effective June 2, 1996
Term: June 2, 1999
 
PESTICIDE CONTROL BOARD
Ecologist
SUSAN WHITTEMORE, Keene
Replacing William Donald Cross, Newton
Effective April 10, 1996
Term: November 6, 1998
 
POSTSECONDARY TECHNICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Education
STELLA SCAMMAN, Stratham
Replacing Eugene W. Ross, Bedford
Effective April 10, 1996
Term: July 1, 1999
 
DIVISION OF STATE POLICE
Director JOHN J. BARTHELMES, Contoocook
Replacing Lynn M. Presby, Freedom
Salary: Group P, Step 3 ($64,919.75)
Effective June 1, 1996
Term: March 31, 1998
 
STATE SWEEPSTAKES COMMISSION
GARY KIEDAISCH, Gilford
Vacancy
Effective Upon confirmation
Term: June 29, 1997
 
BOARD OF MANAGERS OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE VETERANS' HOME
Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary
IDA F. HARRIS, Tilton
Replacing Elizabeth Castricone, Windham
Effective April 10, 1996
Term: March 1, 1998
 
STATE VETERANS COUNCIL
As Director
RICHARD J. DUCEY, Center Barnstead
Replacing Conrad V. Moran, Manchester
Effective Upon confirmation
Term: At the Pleasure of
 
WASTE MANAGEMENT COUNCIL
Prof. of Environmental Science or Sanitary Engineering
NANCY E. KINNER, Durham
Replacing T. Taylor Eighmy, Lee
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: November 10, 1997
 
NOMINATIONS
The Governor nominated the following:
 
AIR RESOURCES COUNCIL
As Chairman
DAVID G. CONANT, Kingston
Replacing William A. Walsh, Jr., Manchester
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: December 6, 1999
 
AIR RESOURCES COUNCIL
As Vice-Chairman
LAWRENCE C. FREDERICK, Nashua
Replacing Mildred A. Beach, Wolfeboro
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: October 24, 1997
 
STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
Director REBECCA L. LAWRENCE, Concord
Replacing Susan D. Bonaiuto, Nashua
Salary: Group K, Step 4 ($42,707)
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: March 11, 1999
 
STATE BOARD OF AUCTIONEERS
Public Member
MAY CASTEN, Derry
Replacing Eleanor M. Smith, Center Barnstead
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: March 1, 2001
 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE INVESTIGATORS
Investigator
JAMES R. NORRIS, Laconia
Appointment
Salary: Group J, Step 4
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: 5 Years from Date of
 
BOARD OF FORESTERS
Industrial Forester
KEVIN S. EVANS, Berlin
Replacing Richard Kinder, North Haverhill
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: August 22, 2000
 
BOARD OF FORESTERS
Private Forester
DONALD W. WINSOR, Plymouth
Replacing Robert Berti, Rumney
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: August 22, 2000
 
MOORINGS APPEALS BOARD
DONALD A. SPEAR, Gilford
Replacing Robert L. Jeffries, Loudon
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: December 16, 1997
 
OIL FUND DISBURSEMENT BOARD
Public Member
WESLEY J. COLBY, Laconia
Vacancy
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: July 1, 1999
 
DEPARTMENT OF RESOURCES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMISSION
Public Relations
RICHARD F. HAMILTON, Littleton
Reappointment
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term:April 1, 2001
 
DEPARTMENT OF RESOURCES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMISSION
Public Member
DOUGLAS J. PEARSON, Bedford
Reappointment
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term:April 1, 2001
 
WATER SUPPLY AND POLLUTION CONTROL COUNCIL
F. WAYNE DIMARZIO, Londonderry
Public Member
Replacing May Casten, Derry
Effective Upon Confirmation
Term: February 5, 1999

BUSINESS FINANCE AUTHORITY
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#1. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Streeter, authorized and held a Public Hearing with respect to the financing of an industrial facility by the Business Finance Authority for Crown Paper Co. Action authorized a Resolution under RSA 162-I:9 to determine the financing will serve a public use, provide public benefit and is within the policy and authority of the Act.

A roll call vote was requested, the results are as follows:

Councilor Burton - yes
Councilor Spaulding - yes
Councilor Griffin - yes
Councilor Rinker - yes
Councilor Streeter - yes

EXTRACT FROM THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF
THE GOVERNOR AND COUNCIL HELD APRIL 10, 1996
IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, STATE HOUSE, CONCORD

At 10:25 A.M. the Governor announced that the next matter to be considered would be the financing of pollution control, solid waste disposal and sewage disposal facilities by the Business Finance Authority for Crown Paper Co. at the Berlin/Gorham Mills and declared that the public hearing on the subject had commenced. He said that he and the members of the Council had received the written recommendation of the Authority and other documentation and information with respect to the project. The Governor said that the meeting would then hear anyone wishing to speak on the subject. Jack Donovan, Executive Director of the Authority, briefly explained the project, emphasized that the credit of the State was not involved and introduced Attorney Robert W. Buck of Palmer & Dodge and Attorney Meg Nelson of Sulloway & Hollis representing Crown Paper Co. The Governor then repeated that the proceedings were a public hearing and asked whether any other person wished to speak; there being none, Councilor Burton introduced a resolution entitled "A RESOLUTION UNDER RSA 162-I:9 WITH RESPECT TO THE FINANCING OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES BY THE BUSINESS FINANCE AUTHORITY FOR CROWN PAPER CO. IN BERLIN AND GORHAM" and moved its adoption, which was seconded by Councilor Griffin. After discussion of the resolution, the Governor called for a vote on the motion. Those voting in favor were: the Governor and Councilors Burton, Spaulding, Griffin, Rinker and Streeter; those abstaining were Councilor(s) None; and those voting against were Councilor(s) None. The Governor declared that the resolution was passed.

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A RESOLUTION UNDER RSA 162-I:9 WITH RESPECT TO THE FINANCING OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES BY THE BUSINESS FINANCE AUTHORITY FOR CROWN PAPER CO.IN BERLIN AND GORHAM

WHEREAS, the Governor and Council have received from the Business Finance Authority (the "Authority") its written recommendation that the Governor and Council make certain findings and a determination pursuant to RSA 162-I:9 with respect to the financing of costs related to pollution control, solid waste disposal and sewage disposal facilities for Crown Paper Co. (the "Borrower") in Berlin and Gorham by the Authority's issue of tax-exempt industrial facility revenue bonds, not exceeding $30,255,000 in aggregate principal amount, under RSA 162-I (the "Act");

WHEREAS, the proposed bond issue includes the issue of up to $12,300,000 bonds to finance the cost of certain new solid waste and sewage disposal facilities in Berlin and Gorham (the "New Money Project") and up to $17,955,000 of bonds to refinance the costs of certain pollution control and solid waste disposal facilities in Berlin and Gorham (the "Refunding Project" and together with the New Money Project, the "Project");

WHEREAS, the Governor and Council have received all the documentation and information with respect to the transaction that they have requested; and

WHEREAS, further action by the Authority with respect to the transaction is subject to the passage of this resolution and cannot be taken until after its passage;

IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED THAT:

Section 1. Findings. On the basis of the Authority's recommendation and the documentation and information received by the Governor and Council, and after a public hearing, the Governor and Council find:

(a) Special findings:

(1) The Refunding Project consists of certain pollution control and solid waste disposal facilities at the Borrower's pulp and paper mills in Berlin and Gorham (the "Mills") and the New Money Project consists of certain new solid waste disposal and sewage disposal facilities for the Mills, including improvements at the Mt. Carberry and Dummer Yard Landfills, repair of an existing waste-bark burning boiler and improvements to the Burgess Waste Water Treatment Plant. The Project (which as completed shall constitute the "Facility") is within the definition of "Industrial facility" in the Act and may be financed under the Act.

(2) The establishment and operation of the Facility will protect the State of New Hampshire's physical environment.

(b) General findings:

(1) The Project and the proposed financing of the Project are feasible;

(2) The Borrower has the skills and financial resources necessary to operate the Facility successfully;

(3) The financing and security documents relating to the bonds, consisting of a Trust Indenture and a Refunding Trust Indenture between the Authority and The Bank of New York, as Trustee and a Loan Agreement and a Refunding Loan Agreement between the Authority and the Borrower, contain provisions so that under no circumstances will the Authority be obligated directly or indirectly to pay project costs, debt service or expenses of operation, maintenance and upkeep of the Project except from Bond proceeds or from funds received under the said documents, exclusive of funds received thereunder by the Authority for its own use;

(4) The aforesaid financing and security documents do not purport to create any debt of the State with respect to the Facility, other than a special obligation of the Authority acting on behalf of the State under the Act; and

(5) The proposed financing of the Project by the Authority and the proposed operation and use of the Facility will serve one or more needs and implement one or more purposes set forth in RSA 162-I:1, will preserve or increase the social or economic prosperity of the State and one or more of its political subdivisions, and will promote the general welfare of the State's citizens.

Section 2. Ultimate Finding and Determination. The Governor and Council find that the proposed financing, operation and use of the Facility will serve a public use and provide a public benefit; and the Governor and Council determine that the Authority's financing of the Project will be within the policy of, and the authority conferred by, the Act.

Section 3. Approval. The Governor and Council approve the Authority's taking such further action under the Act with respect to the transaction as may be required.

Section 4. Effective Date. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage.

Passed and Agreed to April 10, 1996

#2 & #3. The Governor and Executive Council , on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Griffin, a uthorized and held Public Hearings with respect to the contracts ("Capital Access Program: Lender Participation Agreement") with various banks. Action authorized a Resolution under RSA 162-A:18 to determine the contract will serve a public use, provide public benefit, the proposed participating banks are qualified to participate, appropriate measures have been taken to ensure CAP loans will be made under the requirements of the Act, the contract comply with RSA 162-A:12, and reasonable precautions have been made to minimize loss, all within the policy and authority of the Act.

A roll call vote was requested, the results are as follows:

Councilor Burton - yes
Councilor Spaulding - yes
Councilor Griffin - yes
Councilor Rinker - yes
Councilor Streeter - yes

#2. Meredith Village Savings Bank #3. Savings Bank of Walpole

#2. A RESOLUTION UNDER RSA 162-A:18 APPROVING THE EXECUTION OF THE STANDARD CONTRACT ENTITLED "CAPITAL ACCESS PROGRAM: LENDER PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT" OF THE BUSINESS FINANCE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF NH BY MEREDITH VILLAGE SAVINGS BANK

WHEREAS, the Governor and Council (the "Governor and Council") of the State of NH (the "State") have previously, upon recommendation of the Business Finance Authority of the State of NH (the "Authority"), approved the Authority's standard contract entitled "CAPITAL ACCESS PROGRAM: LENDER PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT" (the "Standard Contract") by resolution dated September 2, 1992 (the "Approving Resolution"); and

WHEREAS, at the time of such approval of the Standard Contract, the Governor and Council made, upon recommendation of the Authority, certain findings and determinations pursuant to RSA 162-A:18 with respect to the approval of the Standard Contract, which findings and determinations are stated in the Approving Resolution;

WHEREAS, in the Approving Resolution, the Governor and Council authorized the Authority to take necessary and appropriate steps to cause the execution of the Standard Contract with qualifying State banking institutions; and

WHEREAS, acting pursuant to the direction of the Authority, the Executive Director of the Authority has received interest from Meredith Village Savings Bank (the "Specific Bank") to execute the Standard Contract and participate in the Authority's Capital Access Program through such execution; and

WHEREAS, the Executive Director of the Authority has examined such information as he has deemed necessary and appropriate and has determined that the Specific Bank is a duly organized bank or trust company authorized to make loans and accept deposits in the State of NH and accordingly is qualified to execute the Standard Contract and participate in the Capital Access Program;

WHEREAS, the Governor and Council have received all the documentation and information with respect to the proposed execution of the Standard Contract which they have requested;

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED THAT:

Findings and Determinations. On the basis of the documentation and information received by the Governor and Council, and assuming (1) the execution of the Standard Contract as approved by the Governor and Council on September 2, 1992, by the Authority and an authorized officer of the Specific Bank, and (2) review and acceptance of the executed Standard Contract by an appropriate official of the Office of Attorney General upon receipt of a certificate of registration of the Specific Bank and a resolution of the board of directors of the Specific Bank authorizing execution of the Standard Contract, the Governor and Council hereby find:

(a) The proposed execution of the Standard Contract and the actions of the Authority and parties executing such Standard Contract taken pursuant to the terms of such Contract will serve a public use and provide a public benefit.

(b) The proposed execution of the Standard Contract and the actions of the Authority and parties executing such Standard Contract taken pursuant to the terms of such Contract is within the policy of, and the authority conferred by RSA Chapter 162-A.

(c) The proposed execution of the Standard Contract and the actions of the Authority and parties executing such Standard Contract taken pursuant to the terms of such Contract will preserve or increase the social welfare or economic prosperity of the state and one or more of its political subdivisions, and will promote the general welfare of the state's citizens.

(d) The proposed execution of the Standard Contract and the actions of the Authority and parties executing such Standard Contract taken pursuant to the terms of such Contract will promote the orderly development of business activities, create or preserve employment opportunities, or protect the physical environment.

(e) Appropriate measures have been taken to ensure that a the Specific Bank participating under the terms of such Standard Contract makes only loans which meet the requirements of RSA 162-A:12, IV. (f) The Standard Contract complies with RSA 162-A:12, III.

(g) Reasonable precautions have been taken to minimize the risk of loss to any reserve fund which is established under the terms of the proposed Standard Contract.

(h) The Specific Bank is qualified to execute the Standard Contract and to participate under the terms of such Standard Contract and the applicable provisions of RSA Chapter 162-A.

Approval. Subject to (1) the execution of the Standard Contract as approved by the Governor and Council on September 2, 1992, by the Authority and an authorized officer of the Specific Bank, and (2) review and acceptance of the executed Standard Contract by an appropriate official of the Office of Attorney General upon receipt of a certificate of registration of the Specific Bank and a resolution of the board of directors of the Specific Bank authorizing execution of the Standard Contract, the Governor and Council approve the proposed execution of the Standard Contract by the Authority and authorize the Authority to take such further action with respect to such proposed execution as is necessary and appropriate to carry out the proposed transaction.

Effective Date. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage.

Passed and Agreed to April 10, 1996.

#3. A RESOLUTION UNDER RSA 162-A:18 APPROVING THE EXECUTION OF THE STANDARD CONTRACT ENTITLED "CAPITAL ACCESS PROGRAM: LENDER PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT" OF THE BUSINESS FINANCE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF NH BY SAVINGS BANK OF WALPOLE

WHEREAS, the Governor and Council (the "Governor and Council") of the State of New Hampshire (the "State") have previously, upon recommendation of the Business Finance Authority of the State of New Hampshire (the "Authority"), approved the Authority's standard contract entitled "CAPITAL ACCESS PROGRAM: LENDER PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT" (the "Standard Contract") by resolution dated September 2, 1992 (the "Approving Resolution"); and

WHEREAS, at the time of such approval of the Standard Contract, the Governor and Council made, upon recommendation of the Authority, certain findings and determinations pursuant to RSA 162-A:18 with respect to the approval of the Standard Contract, which findings and determinations are stated in the Approving Resolution;

WHEREAS, in the Approving Resolution, the Governor and Council authorized the Authority to take necessary and appropriate steps to cause the execution of the Standard Contract with qualifying State banking institutions; and

WHEREAS, acting pursuant to the direction of the Authority, the Executive Director of the Authority has received interest from Savings Bank of Walpole (the "Specific Bank") to execute the Standard Contract and participate in the Authority's Capital Access Program through such execution; and

WHEREAS, the Executive Director of the Authority has examined such information as he has deemed necessary and appropriate and has determined that the Specific Bank is a duly organized bank or trust company authorized to make loans and accept deposits in the State of New Hampshire and accordingly is qualified to execute the Standard Contract and participate in the Capital Access Program;

WHEREAS, the Governor and Council have received all the documentation and information with respect to the proposed execution of the Standard Contract which they have requested;

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED THAT:

Findings and Determinations. On the basis of the documentation and information received by the Governor and Council, and assuming (1) the execution of the Standard Contract as approved by the Governor and Council on September 2, 1992, by the Authority and an authorized officer of the Specific Bank, and (2) review and acceptance of the executed Standard Contract by an appropriate official of the Office of Attorney General upon receipt of a certificate of registration of the Specific Bank and a resolution of the board of directors of the Specific Bank authorizing execution of the Standard Contract, the Governor and Council hereby find:

(a) The proposed execution of the Standard Contract and the actions of the Authority and parties executing such Standard Contract taken pursuant to the terms of such Contract will serve a public use and provide a public benefit.

(b) The proposed execution of the Standard Contract and the actions of the Authority and parties executing such Standard Contract taken pursuant to the terms of such Contract is within the policy of, and the authority conferred by RSA Chapter 162-A.

(c) The proposed execution of the Standard Contract and the actions of the Authority and parties executing such Standard Contract taken pursuant to the terms of such Contract will preserve or increase the social welfare or economic prosperity of the state and one or more of its political subdivisions, and will promote the general welfare of the state's citizens.

(d) The proposed execution of the Standard Contract and the actions of the Authority and parties executing such Standard Contract taken pursuant to the terms of such Contract will promote the orderly development of business activities, create or preserve employment opportunities, or protect the physical environment.

(e) Appropriate measures have been taken to ensure that a the Specific Bank participating under the terms of such Standard Contract makes only loans which meet the requirements of RSA 162-A:12, IV.

(f) The Standard Contract complies with RSA 162-A:12, III.

(g) Reasonable precautions have been taken to minimize the risk of loss to any reserve fund which is established under the terms of the proposed Standard Contract. (h) The Specific Bank is qualified to execute the Standard Contract and to participate under the terms of such Standard Contract and the applicable provisions of RSA Chapter 162-A.

Approval. Subject to (1) the execution of the Standard Contract as approved by the Governor and Council on September 2, 1992, by the Authority and an authorized officer of the Specific Bank, and (2) review and acceptance of the executed Standard Contract by an appropriate official of the Office of Attorney General upon receipt of a certificate of registration of the Specific Bank and a resolution of the board of directors of the Specific Bank authorizing execution of the Standard Contract, the Governor and Council approve the proposed execution of the Standard Contract by the Authority and authorize the Authority to take such further action with respect to such proposed execution as is necessary and appropriate to carry out the proposed transaction.

Effective Date. This resolution shall take effect upon its passage.

Passed and Agreed to April 10, 1996.

#4. Authorized to transfer $18,000 as stated in letter of March 14, 1996. Fiscal Committee approved March 26, 1996.

#5. Authorized lease agreement with Community Development Finance Authority for office space at $22,385 annually from May 1, 1996 through April 30, 1999.

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE ON VOLUNTEERISM
#6. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Griffin, seconded by Councilor Burton, authorized to accept and expend Seacoast Conference registration fees and exhibitors fees of $2,280.

OFFICE OF STATE PLANNING
The Governor and Council acted as follows:

#7. Authorized to accept and expend $426,589 in additional Scenic and Cultural Byways funds from the Department of Transportation through October 31, 1997.

#8. Authorized agreement with the Town of Walpole at $200,000 as part of the Community Development Block Grant through September 31, 1998.

OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
#9. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Streeter, authorized RETROACTIVE contract with Dr. Ihab Farag at $15,000 to conduct six hands on training courses from October 1, 1995 through March 15, 1996.

OFFICE OF ENERGY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
#10. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Streeter, seconded by Councilor Burton, authorized contract with the Southern NH Planning Commission at $19,150 to complete the installation of eligible Energy Conservation Measures through December 31, 1996.

OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL
The Governor and Council acted as follows:

#11. Authorized the nomination of Colonel Joseph K. Simeone of Stratham to the rank of Brigadier General, NH Air National Guard.

#12. Authorized the nomination of Captain Karen Larsen of Dover to the rank of Major, NH Air National Guard.

#13. Authorized the nomination of Captain Robert T. Monahan of Rochester to the rank of Major, NH Air National Guard.

#14. Authorized the nomination of Major Keith Sullivan of Strafford to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, NH Army National Guard.

#15. Authorized the nomination of Lieutenant Colonel Robert Zahn of Pittsfield to the rank of Colonel, NH Army National Guard.

#16. Authorized the confirmation of Captain Dennis Cass of Gilford to the rank of Major, NH Army National Guard.

#17. Authorized the confirmation of Captain David Gill of Manchester to the rank of Major, NH Army National Guard.

#18. Authorized the confirmation of Captain William Judge of Sanbornville to the rank of Major, NH Army National Guard.

#19. Authorized the confirmation of Captain Larry Balboni of Somerville MA to the rank of Major, NH Air National Guard.

#20. Authorized agreement with Northeast Mechanical Corporation of South Portland ME at $19,500 for boiler maintenance services at Pease Air National Guard Base from April 1, 1996 through March 31, 1997.

#21. Authorized to receive $1,695 from the federal government (National Guard Bureau) and to be budgeted as stated in letter of March 25, 1996.

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
The Governor and Council acted as follows:

#22. Authorized to accept the quarterly revised schedule and status report of Capital Budget Projects.

#23. Authorized contract with New England Telephone and Telegraph Company of Boston MA at an approximate annual value of $4.5 million for telecommunication services for five years. Further Authorized contract with New England Telephone and Telegraph Company of Boston MA at $300,000 annually to provide voice messaging services for five years.

#24. Authorized agreement with the Town of Hampton at $2,000 per month for office and courtroom space from July 1, 1996 through June 30, 1998. Sole Source.

#25. Authorized RETROACTIVE agreement with the City of Franklin at $997.50 per month for office and courtroom space from February 29, 1996 through February 28, 1997.

#26. Authorized agreement with the Town of Goffstown at $1,200 per month from July 1, 1996 through June 30, 1999.

#27. Authorized to approve a partial waiver for lien created by Janet Dedo's August 11, 1992 work related injury. Approval of this resolution will allow the state to recover $5,000.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#28. Authorized to host a series of training sessions on the Domestic Violence Law Enforcement Protocol at $15,000 to be held in May and June 1996.

#29. Authorized salary increase to Jane E. Young, Assistant Attorney General, from Group M, Step 3 ($48,449) to Group M, Step 4 ($50,911) effective April 20, 1996.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT
The Governor and Council acted as follows:

#30. Authorized to issue a check from funds not otherwise appropriated in the amount of $183.04 to Louise A. Smith.

#31. Authorized to deposit as available, funds of the State, in any banks as stated in letter of March 25, 1996.

PARI-MUTUEL COMMISSION
#32. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Streeter, authorized agreement with McCarthy Properties at $62,100 for office space from May 8, 1996 through May 7, 1999.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, MARKETS & FOOD
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#33. Authorized to budget and expend prior year unexpended Apple Assessment funds of $9,200 through June 30, 1996.

#34. Authorized contract with the Connecticut River Joint Commissions of Charlestown at $36,728.65 to carry out "A Feasibility Study of a Value-Added Marketing Cooperative for Diverse Agriculture Food Products, Phase II" through September 30, 1997.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
#34A. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Streeter, authorized salary increase to Diane Symonds, Commissioner, from Group N, Step 3 to Group N, Step 4 ($55,025) effective March 24, 1996.

PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#35. Authorized to reclassify position of Secretary I, LG 6 to Utility Analyst III, LG 27.

#36. Authorized to accept and expend US Department of Transportation funds of $20,000 through December 31, 1996.

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#37. Authorized RETROACTIVE agreement with the US Department of Labor from April 2, 1996 through April 1, 1997.

#38. Authorized to amend agreement with Brix & Stix Construction Corp. by increasing dollar amount by $6,000, to a new total of $21,000.

#39. Authorized exemption from the standard meals policy to allow payment for lunch for 20 members of the Laboratory for New Ideas in Information Technology Committee and distinguished guests to attend an information and planning meeting without an associated overnight stay on April 18, 1996.

#39A. Authorized lease agreement with James Tamposi and Shirley Tamposi at $68,100 annually for office space from May 1, 1996 through April 30, 1997.

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#40. Authorized to make adjustments to the estimated cost of the psychiatrists consultants for FY96 as stated in letter of March 18, 1996.

#41. Authorized contract with Corning Clinical Laboratories, Inc. of Cambridge MA at $127,815.39 for lab services for two years.

#42. Authorized to amend contract with Landis & Gyr Powers, Inc. of Falmouth ME by increasing the dollar amount by $14,860, from $14,860 to $29,720 and extend the end date for two years.

DEPARTMENT OF RESOUCES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
The Governor and Council acted as follows:

#43. Authorized to accept a cash donation of $2,000 from Marian Barlow for the construction and maintenance of a trail on Mt. Kearsarge.

#44. Authorized to accept $4,540 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the State Office of Emergency Management in order to repair storm related damage to the Flume Gorge through November 15, 1996.

#45. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Griffin, seconded by Councilor Burton, with Councilor Streeter voting NO, authorized agreement with MRC Controls of Keene at $8,000 for consultant services for inspections of various electrical machinery through June 30, 1997. Sole Source.

#46. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Spaulding, with Councilor Streeter voting NO, authorized contract with L&D Concessions, Inc. of Bethlehem for food and souvenir services through November 1, 2000. Sole Source.

NEW HAMPSHIRE FISH AND GAME DEPARTMENT
#47. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Spaulding, seconded by Councilor Burton, authorized to amend contract with Elizabeth Tordoff of Deerfield by increasing dollar amount by $2,340 to a new total of $4,740.

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
The Governor and Council acted as follows:

#48. Authorized out of state travel to Massachusetts for April, May and June 1996 to cover meeting associated with routine work.

#49. Authorized out of state travel to Maine for April, May and June 1996 to operate and maintain an air monitoring station down-wind of Portsmouth.

#50. Authorized to budget funds of $175,000 for the Fuel Oil Discharge Cleanup Fund to reimburse owners of facilities for fuel oil discharge cleanup through June 30, 1996.

#51. Authorized to accept $51,051 in federal funds from the US Environmental Protection Agency through June 30, 1996.

#52. Authorized agreement with the City of Portsmouth at $7,372.75 to conduct a household hazardous waste collection project through April 10, 1996.

#53. Authorized to accept an additional $78,333 in federal funds form the US Environmental Protection Agency for the State Revolving Fund Program through June 30, 1996.

#54. Authorized to amend loan agreement with the Town of Sunapee which adjusts the principal amount from $514,700 to $469,777.44.

#55. Authorized loan agreement with the Town of North Hampton at $511,000 for the purpose of financing the design and construction of a synthetic cap to close the Coakley Landfill.

#56. Authorized a supplemental loan agreement with the Town of Londonderry in the principal amount of $2,000,000.

#57. Authorized loan agreement with the City of Nashua at $3,680,949 for the solid waste program to preserve and protect the groundwater.

#58. Authorized RETROACTIVE agreement with Pease Development Authority at $89,987 for office space from March 1, 1996 through February 28, 1999.

DEPARTMENT OF RESOURCES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
#58A. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Rinker, seconded by Councilor Griffin, authorized to lease land and space on the fire tower at Federal Hill in Milford to Manchester-Nashua Cellular Telephone for temporary cellular telephone installation at $1,500 for the first two months and $1,750 for the next sixteen months.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#59. Authorized to amend lease agreement with Gerald Nash of Nashua by changing the lease commencement date from January 1 to April 1, 1996.

#60. Authorized to accept and expend $87,074 from multiple federal programs through June 30, 1996.

#60A. WITHDRAWN BY GOVERNOR - Authorize contract with Sodexho USA, Inc. of Waltham MA at $2,989,984 to provide management services from May 1, 1996 through March 31, 1998.

DIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#61. Authorized to accept and expend $631,491 in additional revenue from July 1, 1995 through May 9, 1996.

#62. Authorized to accept and expend $34,383 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from July 1, 1996 through June 30, 1997.

#63. Authorized to accept and expend $2,500 from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission through December 31, 1996.

#64. Authorized to accept and expend $254,237 from the US Department of Agriculture through June 30, 1996.

#65. Authorized to accept and expend $19,456 from the National Cancer Institute through July 31, 1996 and further Authorized agreement with the Trustees of Dartmouth College in Hanover at $27,456 to implement Phase IV of the NH Data Based Intervention Cancer Control Project through February 28, 1997.

#66. Authorized contract with Jessica Thibodeau of Landaff at $20,000 for primary health care providers through March 14, 1998.

#67. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Spaulding, seconded by Councilor Griffin, with Councilor Streeter voting NO, authorized agreement with NH School Boards Insurance Trust of Manchester at $10,000 to provide senior health promotion workshops through September 30, 1996. Sole Source.

#68. Authorized contract with Lamprey Health Care of Newmarket at $35,746 for primary health care services through September 30, 1996.

#69. Authorized to amend agreement with Coos County Family Health Services, Inc. of Berlin by increasing dollar amount by $2,900, from $20,000 to $22,900.

#70. Authorized to amend agreement with Gateway Family Health Center of Nashua by increasing dollar amount by $2,900, from $24,500 to $27,400.

#71. Authorized to amend agreement with Community Action Program Belknap/Merrimack Counties, Inc. of Concord by increasing dollar amount by $2,900, from $25,000 to $27,900.

#72. Authorized to amend contract with Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, Inc. of Littleton by increasing dollar amount by $9,777, from $211,132 to $220,909.

#73. Authorized to amend contract with Ossipee Concerned Citizens by increasing dollar amount by $25,104, from $238,356 to $263,460.

#74. Authorized to amend contract with Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, Inc. of Littleton by increasing dollar amount by $5,850, from $3,100 to $8,950.

#75. Authorized to amend contract with the City of Manchester by changing the end date from March 31 to June 30, 1996.

DIVISION OF HUMAN SERVICES
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#76. Authorized to accept and expend $10,000 in additional federal Medicaid funds and related matching County funds through June 30, 1996.

#77. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Spaulding, seconded by Councilor Burton, with Councilor Streeter voting NO, authorized agreement with IBM Corp. at $6,470 for technical support services through June 30, 1997. Sole Source.

DIVISION OF MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

#77A. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Rinker, seconded by Councilor Burton, authorized agreement with Team Design, Inc. of Londonderry at $75,000 for architectural and engineering fees to design the addition to the Glencliff Home.

DEPARTMENT OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#78. Authorized to extend leave of absence without pay for James Patenaud from May 1, 1996 through January 30, 1997.

#79. Authorized to extend leave of absence without pay for Paul Kafegelis from April 23 through July 23, 1996.

STATE VETERANS COUNCIL
#80. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Streeter, authorized RETROACTIVE lease agreement with the Manchester Shopping Center at $11,899.92 annually for office space from January 1, 1996 through December 30, 1998.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
The Governor and Council acted as follows:

#81. Authorized to use State-owned vehicles to transport employees participating in training programs, workshops and conferences from April 1 through June 30, 1996.

#82. Authorized to accept and expend $1,309,560 of additional grant funds through June 30, 1996.

#83. Authorized to accept and expend $107,113.70 of additional revenue through June 30, 1996.

#84. Authorized to reallocate and expend $1,732.21 from prior year grant funds through June 30, 1996.

#85. Authorized contract with Stephen C. Shaw at $10,000 for technical assistance and writing services for the Board rules through June 30, 1996. Sole Source.

#86. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Rinker, seconded by Councilor Burton, with Councilor Streeter voting NO, authorized to amend contract with CTMG, Inc. by increasing dollar amount by $75,000, from $31,000 to $106,000. Sole Source.

DEPARTMENT OF POSTSECONDARY TECHNICAL EDUCATION
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

#87. Authorized to accept and expend federal funds of $101,630 from the National & Community Services Executive Board and $10,216 from the US Department of Labor for the NH Job Training Council.

Technical Colleges Berlin Campus
#88. Authorized to accept and expend grant funds of $3,075 from the University of NH Institute on Disability through June 30, 1996.

Technical Institute
#89. Authorized contract with the Kennedy Company of Litchfield at $50,000 to provide instructional services for the Quality Management System through June 30, 1996. Sole Source.

#90. Authorized contract with Pamela Manus of Contoocook at $9,000 to act as a consultant to the NHTI Student Health Office through August 31, 1996. Sole Source.

#91. Authorized agreement with the Office of Energy and Community Services to accept and expend grant funds for the Alternative Transportation Fuels Demonstration at $4,280 through September 30, 1996.

POLICE STANDARDS & TRAINING COUNCIL
#92. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Griffin, seconded by Councilor Streeter, authorized agreement with UNH Police Department at $4,700 to provide a staff member for the 109th session of the NH Police Academy for ten weeks.

SWEEPSTAKES COMMISSION
#93. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Streeter, authorized to extend a part time temporary LG 4 position on the Salem Sales outlet to May 11, 1997.

DEPARTMENT OF SAFETY
The Governor and Council acted as follows:

#94. Authorized to accept funds of $335,505.66 from the Department of Justice and to extend $133,000 from a Criminal History grant through December 31, 1996.

#95. Authorized agreement with the Federal Highway Administration at $43,397 for computer services through September 30, 1997.

#96. Authorized to restore 56:06 hours of sick leave to Trooper Theodore A. Korontjis.

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
The Governor and Council acted as follows:

#97. Authorized to extend leave of absence without pay to Mary Hartman from April 6 through July 6, 1996.

#98. Authorized to accept the Contemplated Award List for the period of March 2 through March 18, 1996.

#99. Authorized to transfer a 3.4 acre parcel of State owned land and associated 25' permanent easement in Barrington to the Swains Lake Village Water District.

#100. Authorized to quitclaim whatever interest the State of NH may have in the Old US Rte 3 highway easement in the Town of Northumberland to Harold P. Munce.

#101. Authorized out-of-state travel for April, May and June, 1996 for day trips as stated in letter of March 14, 1996.

#102. Authorized out-of-state travel for April, May and June, 1996 for two employees to conduct audits required on federal projects.

#103. Authorized to appoint a Commission to hold a hearing on alterations to NH Rte. 135 and NH Rte. 142 in the Town of Dalton. The Commission will consist of: John Sanborn of Plymouth, Charles Bond of Jefferson, Elizabeth Pickering of Epsom.

#104. Authorized to appoint a Commission to hold a hearing on an alteration to US Rte. 3 and associated local roadways in the Town of Meredith. The Commission will consist of: Brenda Presby of Freedom, John Fogarty of Center Ossipee and Cynthia Poole of New Durham.

#105. Authorized agreement with Capital Environmental Drilling Services, Inc. of Dunbarton at $121,560 for subsurface exploration services.

#106. Authorized to amend agreement with Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, Inc. of Burlington MA by increasing the dollar amount by $547,326.75, from $5,264,771.25 to $5,812,098.

#107. Authorized contracts for engineering services for the load factor rating of bridges on the National Highway System as follows: Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. of Bedford at $199,999; Fay, Spofford & Thorndike, Inc. of Bedford at $224,177 and Hayashi-McNally, Inc. of Bedford at $99,340.

#108. Authorized agreement with the State of VT for bridge replacement between Haverhill NH and Newbury VT.

#109. Authorized loan agreement with the St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad Co. at $1,150,000 to continue to rehabilitate the railroad line.

#110. Authorized to accept and deposit $180,041 in disaster relief funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the NH Office of Emergency Management.

#111. Authorized contract with Pike Industries, Inc. of Tilton at $1,861,276.50 for pavement resurfacing in the Towns of Hanover, Lyme and Rumney.

#112. Authorized contract with Pike Industries, Inc. of Tilton at $1,023,445 for pavement resurfacing in the Towns of Northumberland, Pittsburg and Littleton.

#113. Authorized contract with Severino Trucking Co., Inc. at $3,716,405.45 for road reconstruction on US Rte. 4 in Epsom.

#114. Authorized contract with Alvin J. Coleman & Son, Inc. at $332,333 for bridge rehabilitation in Sandwich.

#115. Authorized contract with Severino Trucking Co., Inc. of Candia at $1,406,151.63 for construction of an intermodel facility for a bus station and parking lot in Concord.

#116. Authorized contract with R.S. Audley, Inc. of Bow at $2,120,523.87 for bridge construction in Stratham.

# 117 TUITION REQUESTS
The Governor and Executive Council approved as follows:

A. EDUCATION - Requests permission to pay College of Lifelong Learning, Concord NH, the sum of $524.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Pamela Bartlett, Assistant Vending Stand Coordinator, in the course entitled Assessment of Prior Learning.

B. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT - Requests permission to pay NH Technical College Laconia, NH, the sum of $315.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Tammy Vaillancourt, Accountant I, in the course entitled "Intro. to Statistics.

C. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES - Requests permission to pay College for Lifelong Learning Bow, NH, the sum of $524.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Cammy E. Pearl, Administrative Secretary/Supervisor, in the course entitled Computer Based Information Systems.

D. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES - DIV OF HUMAN SERVICES - Requests permission to pay NH College, Manchester NH, the sum of $420.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Laurie Snow, Supervisor IV, in the course entitled Introduction to Business Finance.

p>E. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES - DIV OF HUMAN SERVICES - Requests permission to pay McIntosh College Dover, NH, the sum of $370.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Garnar Desjardins, Case Technician, in the course entitled Business Application with Excel.

F. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES - DIV OF HUMAN SERVICES - Requests permission to pay Springfield College, Manchester NH, the sum of $944.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Karen Healy, Medical Consultant I, in the courses entitled Foundation II - The Political History of the Struggle for Humane Human Services & Program Evaluation.

G. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES - DIV OF PUBLIC HEALTH - Requests permission to pay USNH/College for Lifelong Learning, Bow, NH, the sum of $388.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Donna Parisi, Program Coordinator, in the course entitled The Writing Process.

H. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES - COMMISSIONER S OFFICE - Requests permission to pay NH College, Nashua NH, the sum of $420.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling John A. O Neal, Technical Support Specialist II/Business Analyst, in the course entitled Mathematical Concepts and Techniques for Business.

I. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT - Requests permission to pay Franklin Pierce College, Concord NH, the sum of $420.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Heather Forst, Claims and Hearing Clerk, in the course entitled Managerial Finance.

J. POSTSECONDARY TECHNICAL EDUCATION - Requests permission to pay College of Lifelong Learning, Bow NH, the sum of $544.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Sandra Beliveau, Associate Professor, in the course entitled Writing Process.

K. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION - Requests permission to pay Franklin Pierce College, Concord NH, the sum of $210.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Matilda A. Guinard, Word Processor Operator II, in the course entitled College Writing II.

L. TREASURY - Requests permission to pay NH College, Hooksett NH, the sum of $200.00 for the sole purpose of enrolling Michael Trombley, Internal Auditor I, in the course entitled Current Literature in Business Education.

#118. TRAVEL REQUESTS
The Governor and Executive Council approved as follows:

A. CORRECTIONS - Requests permission for Patricia Danie, Deputy Compact Administrator, to travel to Philadelphia PA. on June 8 - 11, 1996 to attend the 32nd Annual National Association of Extradition Officials Conference. Permission is also requested for a waiver to exceed the 300 mile radius by Personal vehicle. Total Cost: $831.00. Source of Funds: 100% General.

B. EDUCATION - Requests permission for Donald Marsh, Management Analyst, Maureen Clark, Accountant and Phyllis Scribner-Porter, Accountant, to travel to Boston MA, on April 23, 1996 to attend the US Department of Agriculture training for implementation of the U.S. Treasury s new Automated Standard Application for Payments System. Total Cost: $44.00. Source of Funds: 100% Federal.

C. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES - Requests - RETROACTIVE - permission for Max W. Hilgemeier, Bureau Administrator, Jack Glenn, Stack Test Group Supervisor and Mary Ruel, Enforcement Supervisor, to travel to Northampton MA, on April 10 - 11, 1996 to attend the NESCAUM Enforcement and Compliance Committee Meeting. Total Cost: $487.00. Source of Funds: 100% Fees.

D. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES - Requests permission for Robert W. Varney, Comm., Kenneth Colburn, Dir. and Rudolph Cartier, Environmentalist or designee, to travel to Saint Johns, New Brunswick, Canada, on April 29 to May 1, 1996 to attend the Air Conference Quality in the Northeast. Total Cost: $2,414.00. Source of Funds: 100% Fees.

E. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES - Requests - RETROACTIVE - permission for Kenneth Kettenring, Administrator, to travel to Washington DC, on April 2 - 4, 1996 to attend the Wetland Assessment: Implementing HGM Methodology Workshop. Total Cost: $623.00. Source of Funds: 100% Fees.

F. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES - Requests permission for Kimberly Chase, Certification Program Coordinator and Richard Skarinka, Sanitary Engineer, to travel to Hyannis MA, on April 23 - 24, 1996 to attend the N.E. Water Works Association Operations Conference and Exhibition. Total Cost: $220.00. Source of Funds: 100% Federal.

G. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES - Requests permission for Robert Mann and Richard Skarinka both Sanitary Engineers, to travel to Cambridge MA, on May 21 - 22, 1996 to attend the Integrating Corrosion Control and Other Water Quality Goals conference. Total Cost: $320.00. Source of Funds: 100% Federal.

H. FISH AND GAME - Requests permission for Richard Cunningham, Business Administrator, Diane Robertson, Accountant I and Norma Isabelle, Acct. Clerk III or designee, to travel to Boston MA, on May 14 - 15, 1996 to attend the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administrator training. Total Cost: $50.00. Source of Funds: 1.9% Federal, 2.2% Revolving and 95.9% Fish & Game.

I. JUSTICE - Requests permission for Mark Thompson, Director and Paul Doran, Criminal Justice Planner, to travel to Washington DC, on April 24 - 28, 1996 to attend the National Conference of State Victims of Crime Administrators. Total Cost: $1,734.00. Source of Funds: 100% Federal.

J. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES - DIV OF PUBLIC HEALTH - Requests permission for Margaret Murphy, Program Director, to travel to Atlanta GA, on April 14 - 17, 1996 to attend the technical/training session for the comprehensive funding application process for Centers for Disease Control. Total Cost: $636.00. Source of Funds: 100% Federal.

K. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES - DIV OF PUBLIC HEALTH - Requests permission for Margaret Murphy, Program Director, to travel to Atlanta GA, on April 28 to May 1, 1996 to attend the National meeting of State Program Directors. Total Cost: $636.00. Source of Funds: 100% Federal Funds.

L. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES - DIV OF PUBLIC HEALTH - Requests permission for Diane Tefft, Administrator, Wayne Johnston, Dennis O Dowd, J. Christopher Pirie, Mario Iannaccone, Deborah Russell and Kathy McAllister all Health Physicists, Twila Kenna and Louise Hannan both Lab Scientists, or designees to travel to Wesborough, MA, on May 14, 1996 to attend the NE Chapter of Health Physics Society Annual Meeting. Total Cost: $450.00. Source of Funds: 24% Federal 15% Utility A, 61% General.

M. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES - DIV OF HUMAN SERVICES - Requests - RETROACTIVE - permission for Scott MacDonald, Administrator, Arlon Sturgis, Systems Administration, Susan Greenlaw, Case Technician II and Kathy Conwell, Program Specialist IV, to travel to Baltimore MD, on April 4, 1996 to attend the EDS Corporation MMIS Project meeting. Expenses will be paid directly by the Electronic Data Systems.

N. LIQUOR COMMISSION - Requests permission for John Byrne, Chairman and Anthony Maiola, Commission, to travel to Bal Harbor FL, on May 17 - 22, 1996 to attend the 59th Annual Conference of the National Alcoholic Beverage Control Association. Total Cost: $295.00. Source of Funds: 100% General.

O. PHARMACY COMMISSION - Requests permission for Normand DeWolfe, Commissioner and Frank Case, Commissioner, to travel to Boston MA, on May 18 - 22, 1996 to attend the annual meeting of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. Total Cost: $963.11. Source of Funds: 67% General and 33% Other.

P. POSTSECONDARY TECHNICAL EDUCATION - Requests permission for Robert Confessor, Professor and Paul Fierimonte, Associate Professor or designee, to travel to Cincinnati OH, on May 29 to June 1, 1996 to attend and participate in the American College of Sports Medicine 1996 Annual National Meeting. Total Cost: $1,400.00. Source of Funds: 100% Federal.

Q. POSTSECONDARY TECHNICAL EDUCATION - Requests permission for Rebecca Hebert, Learning & Career Director, & Christine Severson, Learning Center Specialist or designee, to travel to Baltimore MD, on April 20 - 23, 1996 to attend the Nat'l Tutoring Association s Conference. Total Cost: $1,656.76 Source of Funds: 100% Federal.

R. PUBLIC UTILITIES - Requests permission for Bruce Ellsworth, Commissioner and Richard Marini, Administrator or designee, to travel to Houston TX, on April 14 - 16, 1996 to attend the Office of Pipeline Safety Risk Management Conference. Expenses will be paid directly by the Office of Pipeline Safety.

S. PUBLIC UTILITIES - Requests permission for Bruce Ellsworth, Commissioner and Robert Egan, Utility Analyst or designee, to travel to St. Louis MO, on April 27 to May 2, 1996 to attend the NARUC-DOE Natural Gas Conference. Total Cost: $2,599.00. Source of Funds: 100% Utility Assessment.

T. RETIREMENT - Requests permission for Maureen Kryger, Benefits Administrator, Cheryl Carbone, Supervisor and Dennis Carlow, Retirement Counselor, to travel to Waltham MA, on April 11, 1996 to attend the Massachusetts Teachers Retirement Board Seminar. Total Cost: $30.00. Source of Funds: 100% Administrative Assessment Fund.

U. SAFETY - Requests permission for Christopher Conley and William Magee both Corporals or designee, to travel to New Braintree MA, on May 13 - 17, 1996 to attend the NESPAC Homicide School. Total Cost: $270.00. Source of Funds: 81% Highway and 19% Turnpike.

V. SAFETY - Requests permission for Colonel Lynn Presby and Captain John J. Barthelmes or designee, to travel to Portland ME, on May 1 - 2, 1996 to attend the NESPAC Administrators Meeting. Total Cost: $250.00. Source of Funds: 81% Highway and 19% Turnpike.

W. SAFETY - Requests permission for Fire Marshal Donald Bliss and Deputy Fire Marshal John Gregoire or designee, to travel to Hartford CT, on April 11 - 12, 1996 to attend a conference entitled Understanding the Requirements of the Hotel Motel Safety Act of 1990 . Expenses will be paid directly the Federal Government.

X. TRANSPORTATION - Requests permission for James A. Moore, Administrator and David Powelson, Chief Existing Bridge Section, to travel to Philadelphia PA, on May 12 - 17, 1996 to attend the 1996 meeting of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation s Subcommittee on Bridges and Structures. Total Cost: $900.00. Source of Funds: 100% Highway.

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
Wetlands Board

#119. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Rinker, authorized request of Spinnaker Shores Condo. Assoc. to replace docking structures with new permanent ones, Lake Winnipesaukee, Gilford.

A roll call vote was requested, the results are as follows:

Councilor Burton - yes
Councilor Spaulding - No
Councilor Griffin - yes
Councilor Rinker - yes
Councilor Streeter - No

#120. Authorized RETROACTIVE request of the Dept. of Resource and Economic Development to conduct beach work, Atlantic Ocean, Rye.

#121. Authorized request of Province Lake Association to hydro-rake a total of 91,700 sq. ft., Province Lake, Effingham.

#122. Authorized request of the Fish and Game Dept. to amend permit for construction of public access road to Newfound Lake, Bristol.

#123. Authorized request of Whittemore Shores Condo. Assoc. to repair boulder retaining wall, Newfound Lake, Bridgewater.

#124. Authorized request of Michael Genimatas to construct elevated walkway, permanent pier, ramp and float, Winnicut River, Greenland.

REMOVED FROM TABLE

DIVISION OF PERSONNEL
#26A. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Griffin, seconded by Councilor Spaulding, Removed from the TABLE, and on motion of Councilor Griffin, seconded by Councilor Spaulding, with Councilor Rinker and Councilor Streeter voting NO, authorized the contract with Willis Corroon Corporation of Rochester at $4,600 for consulting services in regard to the renewal of health insurance plans for state employees through June 30, 1996.

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
#52. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Spaulding, seconded by Councilor Burton, Removed from the TABLE, and on motion of Councilor Spaulding, seconded by Councilor Griffin, authorized the contract with the Lake Sunapee Protective Association of Georges Mills at $25,000 to improve water quality.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
#56. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Griffin, seconded by Councilor Spaulding, Removed from the Table, the agreement with M.L. Hannay of Portsmouth at $20,000 for a training program which was then WITHDRAWN BY THE COMMISSIONER.

LATE ITEMS

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
The Governor and Executive Council acted as follows:

A. Authorize to appoint Peter J. Spaulding as a designee of the Executive Council to hold a hearing on the proposal for the renovation, equipment purchase and refinancing of existing indebtedness with Concord Hospital.

B. Authorize to appoint Raymond S. Burton as a designee of the Executive Council to hold a hearing on the proposal for the refinancing of existing indebtedness with Dartmouth College in Hanover.

C. Authorize to appoint Peter J. Spaulding as a designee of the Executive Council to hold a hearing on the proposal for the refinancing of existing indebtedness with Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center, Inc. of Greenfield.

DIVISION OF PERSONNEL
D. The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Burton, seconded by Councilor Griffin, authorized to accept and place on file the Annual Report for Fiscal Year 1995.

WARRANTS
The Commissioner of Administrative Services reported total expenditures of $195,250,163.03 from Treasury Warrant No. 96-10 and the Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Spaulding, seconded by Councilor Burton, voted to lapse the balance of $19,749,836.97.

The Governor and Executive Council, on motion of Councilor Spaulding, seconded by Councilor Burton, voted to set up Treasury Warrant No. 96-12 in the amount of $205,000,000.00.

The Governor set the next regular meeting for April 24, 1996 at 10:00 a.m. in Concord at the State House.

The Honorable Board then Adjourned

 

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