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TOWN COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA ARMOUTH OCTOBER 21, 2021 AT 7:00 PM AMERICAN LEGION LOG CABIN 196 MAIN ST., YARMOUTH ALWAYS Remote Access Info Please join: https://www.gotomeet.me/YarmouthTownMeetingRoom/tc102121 To dial in by phone: +1 (872) 240-3412 Access Code: 993-069-021 1st Order of Business: Roll Call of Members 2nd Order of Business: Approval of the Minutes of Meeting 4-21/22 held September 23, 2021. 3rd Order of Business: To open the meeting to a Public Comment period. Item No. 34: To hear the reports of the Council Chair, committees, delegates, liaisons, and the Town Manager. Item No. 35: To hold a public hearing and act upon issuance of a full-time malt spirituous and vinous liquor license and a Special Amusements Permit to Pat's Pizza and Day's Crabmeat & Lobster and a Special Amusement Permit to Pat's Pizza. Item No. 36: To act upon a resolution or other actions as requested by the Green Voices Society. Item No. 37: To hold a public hearing and act upon amendments to Chapter 309 of the Yarmouth Town Code (Animal Control Ordinance fka Dog Control Ordinance): Part 1- primarily definitional and legal references. Item No. 38: To hold a public hearing and act upon amendments to Chapter 309 of the Yarmouth Town Code (Animal Control Ordinance fka Dog Control Ordinance): Part 2- On leash requirements at Royal River Park. Item No. 39: To act upon amendments to Chapter 318 of the Yarmouth Town Code (Rental Dwelling Ordinance) regarding unit registration requirements. (Public Hearing Held Oct 7) Item No. 40: To vote on a revised authorization and appropriation for improvements to the Transfer Station and financing authorization therefore, and other actions related to implementation of PAYT. Item No. 41: To hold a public hearing and act upon consider a resolution regarding drawdown of federal ARPA grants funds. Item No. 42: To hold an Executive Session, if needed, including consideration of the recommendations of the Appointments Committee. MAINE TOWN COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA ARMOUTH OCTOBER 21, 2021 AT 7:00 PM AMERICAN LEGION LOG CABIN 196 MAIN ST., YARMOUTH ALWAYS Remote Access Info Please join: https://www.gotomeet.me/YarmouthTownMeetingRoom/tc102121 To dial in by phone: +1 (872) 240-3412 Access Code: 993-069-021 1st Order of Business: Roll Call of Members 2nd Order of Business: Approval of the Minutes of Meeting 4-21/22 held September 23, 2021. 3rd Order of Business: To open the meeting to a Public Comment period. Item No. 34: To hear the reports of the Council Chair, committees, delegates, liaisons, and the Town Manager. Item No. 35: To hold a public hearing and act upon issuance of a full-time malt spirituous and vinous liquor license and a Special Amusements Permit to Pat's Pizza and Day's Crabmeat & Lobster and a Special Amusement Permit to Pat's Pizza. Item No. 36: To act upon a resolution or other actions as requested by the Green Voices Society. Item No. 37: To hold a public hearing and act upon amendments to Chapter 309 of the Yarmouth Town Code (Animal Control Ordinance fka Dog Control Ordinance): Part 1- primarily definitional and legal references. Item No. 38: To hold a public hearing and act upon amendments to Chapter 309 of the Yarmouth Town Code (Animal Control Ordinance fka Dog Control Ordinance): Part 2- On leash requirements at Royal River Park. Item No. 39: To act upon amendments to Chapter 318 of the Yarmouth Town Code (Rental Dwelling Ordinance) regarding unit registration requirements. (Public Hearing Held Oct 7) Item No. 40: To vote on a revised authorization and appropriation for improvements to the Transfer Station and financing authorization therefore, and other actions related to implementation of PAYT. Item No. 41: To hold a public hearing and act upon consider a resolution regarding drawdown of federal ARPA grants funds. Item No. 42: To hold an Executive Session, if needed, including consideration of the recommendations of the Appointments Committee. MAINE