The March 9 meeting of the Marshall Town Board was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Following that, the Board and guests observed a moment of silence for John Gazzal, who operated the Superette at the center of Deansboro. The minutes from the last meeting were approved.
There were no reports from the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Planning Board, the Codes Enforcement Officer, or the Assessors.
The Water Board report was summarized by Town Supervisor Jack Buschmann. He highlighted a portion of the report which stated that each household in the water district used an average of 141 gallons of water a day.
Highway Superintendent Robert Welch reported he had no further luck finding a local business which can inspect the sprinkler system at the Town Barn. The companies he contacted referred him to the one for which he already had information – Davis-Ulmer Fire Protection in Liverpool.
It was decided to go with them, since it is supposed to be done...