The deliverable, in this case, could be whether Stapczynski has developed a plan for paying off the town’s OPEB obligations and set a time frame for the plan’s implementation. He could have until the end of the fiscal year to develop that plan, Salafia said.
Another goal on the list involves completing a plan to renovate and possibly relocate the town’s Town Yard.
“These are goals that we’ve identified that we would like to emphasize in fiscal year 2013,” Salafia said. “They may take multiple years to accomplish.”
There are a total of ten goals at the moment. The first two years of Stapczynski’s newest contract had four or five goals to complete per year. They had to be completed by the end of the year they were set for.
This time around, the list of goals is more dynamic, according to Salafia.
“Some goals will fall off once they’re completed, and new goals will be added,” he said. “This will be a living, ongoing document. We’re constantly reviewing, adding and subtracting completed goals.”