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Minutes of Littleton Water and Light Meetings

The Board meets on the first and third Monday of each month. Meetings begin at 1:00 p.m. and are held in the department conference room at 65 Lafayette Ave, Littleton. Board meetings are open to the public and time is allotted for public comments at each meeting.

Minutes for 2018

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Regular Meeting Apr 2, 2018

The regularly scheduled Board of Commissioners (BOC) meeting began at 1:00 p.m. on April 2, 2018 in the Littleton Water and Light (LWL) conference room. Present were Commissioner Perry Goodell, Commissioner Peter Cooper, Commissioner Ralph Ross and Superintendent Thomas Considine.


The minutes of the March 19, 2018 regularly scheduled Commissioners meeting were reviewed. Commissioner Cooper made a motion to accept the minutes as presented, seconded by Commissioner Ross.

The vote was in favor of the motion 3-0-0.


1. Representative from Affinity LED lighting in Dover, NH have been discussing providing LWL with an alternative street light fixture than the GE Envision that is currently being deployed. About thirty (30) percent of the street lights have been replaced and upgraded to LED in Littleton since the LWL adopted the program in 2012. Affinity is planning to provide LWL with a proposal to replace the remaining street light at a more aggressive timeline.

2. Rodd Roofing provided several sample items for the BOC to review that demonstrated how the roof membrane will be attached so that ballasting is not required. It is expected that the roof will be replaced early this summer.

3. The 2018 Consumer Confidence Report a.k.a the Annual Water Quality Report is complete and will be sent to all water customers in April. An annual requirement under the US EPA Safe Water Drinking Act (SWDA) this report annotates all contaminants found during the previous year testing of the potable (drinking) water system. The laboratory results are consolidated and compared against the SWDA Maximum Contaminant Level (standard). The report is mailed to all drinking water customers and available on LWLís website.

The LWL is expecting another round of funding through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) first quarter auction results. These funds are rebated back to eligible customer the following month.


Commissioner Ross made a motion to adjourn the meeting, seconded by
Commissioner Cooper.

The vote was in favor of the motion 3-0-0.

Meeting adjourned at 2:18 p.m.

The regularly scheduled Commissionerís meeting is held twice monthly on the first and third Monday, at 1:00 p.m., in the Departmentís conference room.

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