2017 Town Meeting results

TOWN MEETING RESULTS – DELIBERATIVE 3/21/2017

ARTICLES 1-3 ARE IN ELECTION DAY RESULTS

ARTICLE 4 – Highway Truck/Bond $160,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 5 – Budget $2,281,600 – PASSED

ARTICLE 6 – Road Improvements $300,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 7 – Highway Backhoe Lease $24,400 – PASSED

ARTICLE 8 – Transfer Station Renovations $85,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 9 – Transfer Station Backhoe Lease $11,426 – PASSED

ARTICLE 10 – Assessment Update $99,700 – PASSED

ARTICLE 11 – Phone System $9,500 – PASSED

ARTICLE 12 – Hwy Gas Pump/Waste Oil Heater Repairs $14,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 13 – Ambulance Capital Reserve Fund $50,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 14 – Fire Truck Capital Reserve Fund $25,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 15 – Library Capital Reserve Fund $25,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 16 – Kristin Lane Dead End – PASSED

ARTICLE 17 – All Veterans Credit – PASSED

ARTICLE 18 – Valley Vision TV $5,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 19 – PASSED OVER

ARTICLE 20 – Conway Area Humane Society $1,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 21 – Eastern Slope Airport Authority $500 – PASSED

ARTICLE 22 – Gibson Ct. for Sr Services $5,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 23 – Children Unlimited $4,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 24 – Starting Point $1,507 – PASSED

ARTICLE 25 – Mental Health Center $3,582 – PASSED

ARTICLE 26 – TriCounty CAP $4,000 – PASSED

ARTICLE 27 – White Mt. Community Health Ctr $4,753 – PASSED

ARTICLE 28 – Any other business – none

2017 Election results

TOWN RESULTS

SELECTMAN

      David A. Patch = 139

      Vicki Garland = 128

TOWN CLERK

      Cheryl Nealley = 257

TREASURER

      Jean Mallett = 244

PLANNING BOARD (Vote for 2)

      Kevin Bennett = 193

      David L. Patch = 226

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

      Anita Burroughs = 230

LIBRARY TRUSTEE

      John Lapointe = 212

      Leo Sullivan = 211

AUDITOR

      Frank Matranga = 227

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUND

      Erik Corbett = 216

ZONING AMENDMENT NO. 1

      Yes = 172 No = 66

ZONING AMENDMENT NO. 2

      Yes = 124 No = 113

SCHOOL RESULTS

MODERATOR

      Erik Corbett = 231

SCHOOL CLERK

      Gail Paine = 250

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER

      Nancy Keleman = 246

TREASURER

      Sheila Glines = 256

Police Chief Janet Hadley Champlin to retire

The Town of Bartlett Board of Selectmen regretfully announce that Bartlett Police Chief Janet Hadley Champlin will be retiring on April 28th, 2017.

Chief Champlin was named Bartlett’s Interim Police Chief in January of 2015, and was named the permanent Chief in April of the same year. She has served as the police department’s court prosecutor since May of 2012, after retiring as Captain of the Bureau of Investigative Services at the Portsmouth Police Department and moving to Bartlett. Chief Champlin is a 2005 graduate of the prestigious FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, and she will be retiring after a law enforcement career that has spanned over three decades.

During Chief Champlin’s tenure, the Bartlett Police Department has engaged with the community as well as other area police agencies, and successfully investigated and brought about the arrest and prosecution of several felony level cases. Of note was the largest heroin seizure in recent Carroll County history that occurred last year.

“I have enjoyed my time in Bartlett, especially working with the Selectmen and getting to know the townspeople,” Champlin said, “but the department is in good shape and it is time for me to fully retire in order to be able to enjoy the things that I moved here for.”

Chief Champlin will be assisting the Town of Bartlett with the recruitment of a new Chief. She will continue to reside in Bartlett with her wife Anne, and enjoy the White Mountains in her new found leisure time. The Board of Selectmen want to thank her for her dedication and excellent service to the Town of Bartlett.