Selectmen will once again address the issue of allowing Salem Caregivers to use space in Salem Town Hall at their meeting tonight.
The board will start the regular part of their meeting at 7 p.m. in the Knightly Meeting Room at Town Hall. Their agenda can be viewed here.
Last week, the board put off a vote on allowing the local organization to relocate from Foss School (which the town is closing) to a space in Town Hall formerly occupied by the N.H. Division of Motor Vehicles.
Selectmen wanted to seek clarification about the type of agreement they would have with Salem Caregivers. The original proposal was for a "license" agreement as opposed to a "lease" agreement.
The agenda for Monday's meeting states the proposed agreement is a "lease."
Selectmen will also hold two public hearings related to the acceptance of State Aid Bridge Program and Federal Aid Highway Program reimbursement for two different projects.
The first will be the acceptance of $82,765.86 for the South Policy Street Bridge over Porcupine Brook project.
The second will be for accepting $13,380.91 as partial reimbursement for the Lawrence Road Bridge over the Spicket River project. This will be the eighth installment of reimbursement for this project.
Selectmen will also discuss finalizing the out-years of the town's capital improvement program (CIP).