Town of carlisle for the year ending



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Long Term Debt Service














 




ARTICLES 11 & 22







ARTICLES 8 & 20



















FY 2012







FY 2012













FY 2011




Levy Limit







Transfers













Budget




Budget







Budget































Long Term Debt







910,653




839,408







901,160


Article 12: - Capital Equipment:

On motion of Don Rober, it was voted by a declared unanimous vote that Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000), be raised and appropriated from the FY 2012 tax levy and other general revenues of the town, to be spent by the Board of Selectmen, except for the items for the Carlisle Public Schools which sums are to be spent by the Carlisle School Committee, for the following capital purposes:



Long Term Capital Requirements

FY’12

Carlisle Public Schools

Technology Replacement

80,000

Carlisle Public Schools

Annual Maintenance

25,000

Carlisle Public Schools

Hot Water Heater (Corey)

15,000

Carlisle Public Schools

Auditorium Seat Refurb (Phase 1)

13,000

Police

Cruiser Replacement

32,000

Communications

Radio System Upgrade

17,000

DPW

Transmitter

25,000

Library

Computer Replacement

10,000

Library

Misc. Maintenance Projects

10,000

Fire

Repave Parking Lot

23,000







250,000


Article 13: - Closeout of Unexpended Warrant Articles:

On motion of William Tice, it was voted by a declared unanimous vote that the following



accounts be closed out to zero balances by transferring the remaining unexpended appropriated funds to the General Fund:
Acct. No. Description Remaining Balance

01147

57830

Munis Software

9,000.14

01147

57831

Treasurer-Equipment

55.00

01147

57832

Treasurer-HR Software

4,932.50

01195

54300

Town Hall – Paint

4,401.43

01195

57870

Town Hall - 2nd Floor Carpeting

6,968.21

01195

57877

Town Hall - 1st Floor Carpeting

5,745.06

01211

57850

Police Articles/Police Station Security

0.63

01211

57884

Police Articles/Replace Windows

100.00

01211

57890

Police Articles/Replacement Boiler

5,125.00

01223

58525

Fire Dept Article/Pagers

1.00

01229

58600

Fire Station Roof

405.84

01229

58700

Fire Station Repairs

112.92

01296

58540

Communications/Radio Receiver

14.30

01298

58500

Communications/Additional Equipment

9.07

36,871.10
Article 14: - Capital Expenditure – DPW Sander/Dump Truck:

On motion of Peter Scavongelli, it was voted by a declared unanimous vote that One Hundred Thirty-Four Thousand Dollars ($134,000) be hereby appropriated, to be expended by the Board of Selectmen to purchase a new Sander/Dump Truck for the Department of Public Works (DPW), and further that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to sell, trade-in, or otherwise dispose of the existing DPW Sander/Dump Truck, and to meet said appropriation the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, is authorized to borrow said sum under M.G.L. Chapter 44, or any other enabling authority; and it is further provided that the appropriation hereunder shall be subject to and contingent upon an affirmative vote of the Town to exempt the amounts required for the payment of interest and principal on said borrowing from the limitations on taxes imposed by M.G.L. 59, Section 21C (k) (Proposition 2 ½, so called).


Article 15: - Authorization of OPEB Trust:

On motion of John Williams it was voted by a majority vote that Chapter 32B, Section 20 of the General Laws be accepted by the Town.


Article 16: - Rescind Authorized and Unissued Debt:

On motion of John Gorecki it was voted by a declared unanimous vote that Four Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Seven Hundred One Dollars ($475,701) in authorized and unissued debt be hereby rescinded as follows:


Purpose Date Amount Authorized Amount Issued Amount Unissued

(To be rescinded)

Library 04/07/99 $1,489,067.00 $1,486,000.00 $ 3,067.00

WWTP 11/10/03 $1,278,918.00 $1,200,000.00 $ 78,918.00

WWTP 05/23/05 $1,326,716.00 $1,100,000.00 $226,716.00

Boiler 05/01/06 $ 450,000.00 $ 283,000.00 $167,000.00

$475,701.00
Article 17: - CCRSD Technology Stabilization Fund:

On motion of Louis Salemy it was voted by a declared unanimous vote that the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District Treasurer be hereby authorized to transfer the sum of $37,587 from available funds encumbered by the District at June 30, 2010 for technology purposes into the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District Technology Stabilization Fund authorized by vote under Article 15 of the 2010 Annual Town Meeting.


Article 18: - Professional Services – Council on Aging:

On motion of Douglas A. G. Stevenson it was voted by a declared unanimous vote that Three Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($3,500) be raised and appropriated from the FY 2012 tax levy and other general revenues of the town to be spent by the Board of Selectmen upon the recommendation of the Council on Aging for the purpose of professional services for social service counseling.


Article 19: - Professional Services – Planning Board:

On motion of John Gorecki it was voted by a declared unanimous vote that Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) be raised and appropriated from the FY 2012 tax levy and other general revenues of the town to be spent by the Planning Board in consultation with the Board of Selectmen for the purpose of professional planning and engineering services.


Article 20: - Fiscal Year 2012 Stabilization Account Transfer:

On motion of William Tice it was voted by a declared unanimous vote that Fourteen Thousand Nine Hundred Forty Five Dollars ($14,945) be transferred from the Stabilization Fund to add to the line item as voted in the motion pursuant to Article 11 of this Warrant titled “Long Term Debt”, thereby increasing the FY 2011 Long Term Debt line item as voted pursuant to Article 11 to a new total of $901,160; which sum so transferred is to be used to pay for principal and interest on a portion of the debt service in the town, so that the resulting FY 2012 budget, for informational purposes only, would be as set forth in the column entitled “Articles 8 & 20” of the chart accompanying this motion.





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