Charles J. Vaillancourt

President at Vaillancourt Development

Company:
Vaillancourt Development
Wrong Charles Vaillancourt?

Last Updated 11/26/2014

General Information

Affiliations

Member  - Newport County Chamber of Commerce

Zoning Board Member  - Middletown

Web References  

Professional Fire Fighters of NH

Vice-President Chad Vaillancourt

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http://www.middletown-newsletter.com/past/2005.htm

Councilman Vaillancourt proposed an amendment to allow auto dealerships in the LI zone but the amendment was defeated on a 3-4 vote with Council members Mello, Silveira, and Vaillancourt voting in the affirmative.
In the absence of President Paul Roderiques, Vice Chairman Charles Vaillancourt presided and called the meeting to order at 7:01pm. "Before we waste too much time", began Vice Chairman Vaillancourt and asked for an update on the Councilwoman M. Theresa Santos was the first to attempt to gain Chair recognition to introduce nominations for Zoning Board appointments; however, Vice Chairman Vaillancourt ignored her request instead asking Councilman Edward Silveira Jr. to submit his nominations. After Councilman Silveira submitted his nominations, Vice Chairman Vaillancourt asked if there were any other nominations to which Councilwoman Santos replied "Why bother? which was defeated on a 3-3 vote with Councilmen DiPalma, Silveira, and Vaillancourt opposed. Vice Chairman Vaillancourt called the meeting to order at 7:02pm.

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http://www.middletown-newsletter.com/past/2006.htm

Vice Chairman Charles Vaillancourt called the meeting to order at 7:03pm.
Vice Chairman Vaillancourt then declared that Mr. Viveiros' time had expired and a heated argument nearly erupted as Mr. Viveiros asked "Are you shutting me down? The increased work week was rejected by a 3-4 vote with Councilmen DiPalma, Silveira, and Vaillancourt voting in the affirmative. The motion to reconsider the previous votes was approved on a 4-3 vote with Councilmen DiPalma, Silveira, and Vaillancourt opposed. Immediately Councilman DiPalma made a motion that the combined police and fire bond be approved but this motion was defeated on a 4-3 vote with only Councilmen DiPalma, Silveira, and Vaillancourt voting in the affirmative. Councilwoman Shirley Mello then made a motion to approve an $8 million bond referendum for police station only (no fire station expansion.) This motion was approved on a 4-3 vote with Councilmen DiPalma, Silveira, and Vaillancourt opposed. It is unfortunate that Councilmen DiPalma, Silveira, and Vaillancourt allowed their emotions and vindictiveness at losing a vote to interfere with unanimous Council support of the proposed new Police Station that is so desperately needed in the Town! I want as much for my kids as Charlie (Councilman Vaillancourt) and Lou (Councilman DiPalma) got for their kids in private schools.

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