Double Down gets the OK for Summer Street
By Samuel Mackin
On Tuesday, Oct. 9 the Board of Selectmen had a brief meeting with a public hearing concerning Double Down Inc.
Matthew Glenny and Scott Sanford, representatives of Double Down Inc., were given good new. After going over their request for a Class II used car dealer's license, the board approved their request.
"Everything came back, there's no issues," said Chairman David Matthews.
Town Clerk Ernie Sund added, "sell a lot of cars!”
Glenny and Sanford plan on opening and operating a used car dealership located at 40 Summer St.
Attorney Richard Holland with Kopelman & Paige arrived to answer questions from both the public and the board concerning EPG Solar.
According to Chairman David Matthews, the board was promised all the necessary paperwork concerning the power-purchase and payment-in-lieu-of-taxes programs by Monday afternoon, but the board had not received the paperwork until late in the afternoon Tuesday.
“We just got the documents tonight, so we will not be able to act on anything tonight," said Matthews.
While going over the language of a proposed interconnection service agreement which would allow the company to provide power to the town, Sund commented on whether there should be a legal infrastructure in place in case of a change in town manager. After discussion with Holland, it was figured out that unless the nature of the office of town manager changed there wasn't a need for the aforementioned infrastructure.
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