LOUISVILLE - The town held its annual reorganziational meeting this week adopting, for the most, the same set of resolutions they acted on last year.
One change that was made to the two-and-a-haf page list was the appointment of a new historian, Carol Pulley, who wil be replacing Terri Ann OKeefe, who stepped down from the postion after two years of service. The job comes with a $1,000 stipend.
One resolution on the list that was not acted upon was the appointment of a constable, as that position is vacant. It carries a salary of $10.25 per hour with 50 cents per mile paid for mileage.
Patrick D. Carroll was again named deputy supervisor with town employees and town officials received 2 percent raises, except for the town board, who again declined to accept a raise.
With the raises, Joanne Cameron will receive stipends of $2,120 for serving as registrar of vital statistics and a rate of $12.80 per hour for work connected to the supervisors office Water District 1 or Water District 2. Those stipends are on top of her $24,600 salary received as town clerk.
Tax Collector Lisa Orosz will receive $12.20 per hour for secretarial duties associated with the code enforcement office, planning board, board of appeals and recreation commission. That comes on top of the $4,795 salary received as tax collector.
Town Supervisor Larry R. Legault will receive a stipend of $3,000 for serving as budget officer. That comes on top of his $25,000 salary.
Anthony McManaman was reappointed as code enforcement officer at a salary of $8,670, and David Cassort was renappointed as the assessor at a $20,755 salary. Roseann Bender was again named dog control officer. She will receive $15.10 per call. Each of these positions also include 50 cents per mile for mileage reimbursement.
Christina Barber was reapointed as court clerk and will receive a salary of $12,275. Todd Aldous was appointed accounting clerk and will receive $2,100.
Dewey LaValley was again named recreation director/maintenance superivsor at a salary of $30,600. John Beattie, recreation maintenance worker, will be payd $30,180. Mr. Beattie will also receive $5,090 for maintenance work for Water District 1 and the same stipend for his work associated with Water District 2.
Other salaries and stipends include $48,600 for Highway Superintendent Vern Fenlong, $8,845 each for town justices Michael LeCuyer and Virginia A. Gettmann and $2,675 for each of the four town council members, with planning board and appeals board members each recieving $160 stipends. The chair of those boards will receive $185.