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August 13, 2007 Meeting Minutes
EAST WINDSOR BUILDING COMMITTEE
EAST WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT


MINUTES OF AUGUST 13, 2007



I.      TIME AND PLACE OF MEETING

The meeting began at 7:30 p.m. East Windsor Board of Education conference room.

II.     ATTENDANCE

        Present:  Chairman Ken Crouch, Joseph Pellegrini, Peter Sanders, Steve Pilch, Jim Thurz, Elzear Rodrigue and Cliff Nelson.  Also present were Superintendent Howes and Recording Secretary Slate

        ABSENT:  Skip Kement

III.    ADDED AGENDA
        
IV.     PREVIOUS MINUTES

A.      Minutes of July 9, 2007

Upon motion by Mr. Sanders, seconded by Mr. Pilch, it was unanimously

VOTED:  To approve the minutes of July 9, 2007

V.      UNFINISHED BUSINESS

        A.      Volunteer Park

Mr. Nelson reported that the light and pole still need to be installed.  Victor Giner planted additional butterfly-attracting plantings.  The benches have been installed.

B.      Salt Shed

Nothing new to report

C.      Broad Brook Elementary School – Restroom Upgrades & Asbestos Abatement

The letter from Board of Education requesting use of some of the surplus funds from the restroom upgrade project will be presented at the Board of Finance meeting this coming Wednesday.

D.      East Windsor High School Boiler Replacement Project

Fuss & O’Neill Enviroscience inspected the High School boiler and found that only a small amount of asbestos would need to be abated.  The approximate cost would be $3,100.  The boiler jacket was actually wool.
Al Jacunski from JH Architects along with Steve Durkee, mechanical engineer stated that $393,000 was not sufficient funding for the project.  Al discussed each

of the proposal details.  Steve explained the affect of inflation on the costs.  A study would need to be done to calculate the fresh air value.  Domestic hot water options were discussed.  A proposed amount of $514,670 would be a safe amount to budget.  The project specifications should be ready to put out on the street by December or January.   

Tim discussed the budget amount from CIP by line.  Tim also discussed the indoor air quality requirements.  56.02% is the current reimbursement rate from the state if they require air quality standards but that funding may be available.

The committee discussed Al Jucunski’s proposal.  A special meeting was scheduled for John Aulisio, EDM to attend.

VI.       FINANCIAL

 None

NEW BUSINESS

INFORMATION

None

TOPICS FROM THE FLOOR

None

X.      ADJOURNMENT

        Upon motion by Mr. Nelson, seconded by Mr. Sanders, it was unanimously

        VOTED:  To adjourn at 8:40 p.m.



Respectfully submitted,

Laurie A. Slate
Recording Secretary