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Minutes Archive - 2019

 

 

 

TOWN BOARD MEETING - December 12, 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on December 12, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman;; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. .Johnsville

Absent: Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman

Public: Michael Mancini, Dan Zelezny and Carl Souza

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m.

Salute to the flag

Roll Call - Smith absent

Public Comment - Dan Zelezny addressed the board regarding Lassellsville Road, stating that it is very narrow, tractor trailers are using that road and he was run off the edge of the roadway by a tractor trailer which damaged his tire from a deteriorating shoulder. He is requesting that a one mile stretch of the roadway be off limits to large vehicle traffic from Triumpho Road to Crum Creek Road. He has contacted Montgomery County and they referred him back to the Town of St. Johnsville, stating that it would need to start with a resolution from the Town for a road study to limit large vehicle traffic on that roadway. Supervisor Stagliano said he will be in touch with Montgomery County to see where the authority for a situation like this lies.

Minutes - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to accept the minutes of October 31 & November 14, 2019; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-104)

Departmental Reports - Motion by Mancini, seconded by Hezel to accept the Town Clerk's, Justice's, Code Enforcement Officer's, Dog Control Officer's reports and the Planning Board minutes of November 12, 2019; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-105)

Correspondence - Excellus proposed rate increases and NYSDOT speed limit reductions for Crum Creek Road and STHWY 5.

Old Business

A. Matis Drive - Carl Souza's lawyer reviewed the proposed agreement and suggested minor modifications. The board is to review and address at the January meeting.

New Business

A.  Board Vacancies - various vacancies exit. One due to the death of Ronald Millington, Councilman as well as various board term expirations.

B. Capital Assets Policy - agreed to discuss in January

C. 2020 Adopted Budget - copies presented to all board members.

D. Joint Commission Meeting - recently invited the County Planner and discussion took place on the LWRP. Supervisor Stagliano feels we should join with the County with a $1,000 towards the grant application, which would give us input. Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-106)

E. Organizational Meeting - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to set January
9, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. as the organizational meeting; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-107)

Audit - (#171331-171366, $28,295.40) Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to accept
the audit. and direct the Supervisor to pay the above vouchers; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-108)

Adjournment - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-108) Meeting adjourned 7:47 p.m.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Stever - Town Clerk

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - November 14, 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on November 14, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. .Johnsville

Absent: Ronald Millington & Tim Smith

Public: William Putman and Michael Mancini

6:45 p.m. Public Hearing on 2020 Preliminary Budget opened, no one from the public spoke, closed 6:52 p.m.

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m. Salute to the flag

Roll Call - all present

Public Comment - none

Minutes - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to accept the minutes of October 10, 2019; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-099)

Departmental Reports - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to accept the Town Clerk, Justice, Dog Control Officer, Code Enforcement Officer and Planning Board minutes; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-100)

Correspondence - a copy of a letter sent to Edna Carter from the Code Enforcement Officer regarding clean-up of her property.

Old Business

A.     Matis Drive - a proposed legal agreement was presented by Attorney Mastromoro for the board and Carl Souza (homeowner) to review. William Putman will get a copy to the homeowner.

B. Planning Board - Supervisor Stagliano notified the board of two upcoming vacancies on the Planning Board, effective 12/31/19.

New Business

A.     2020 Budget- Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini; passed 3-0. (Res. #19­101)

B.    Other -none

Public Comment - none

Audit - (#171304-1714328, $19,427.64) Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to accept the audit and direct the Supervisor to pay; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-102)

Adjournment - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini; passed 3-0. (Res. #19-103) Meeting adjourned 7:08 p.m.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Stever, Town Clerk

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TOWN BOARD BUDGET MEETING - October 31, 2019

A special budget meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on October 31, 2019, at 6:30 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk

Absent: none

Public: Michael Mancini

Meeting called to order 6:30 p.m. Salute to the flag

Roll Call - all present

Public Comment - none

Motion by Mancini, seconded by Hezel to adopt the 2020 Preliminary Budget with the following amendments as the 2020 Adopted Budget for the Town of St. Johnsville:

Increase A1OO1  From $159,740 to $159,893

increase A2770 From $2,800 to $3,100

Increase A3005 From $6,500 to $7,200

Increase 1010.1  From $7,600 to $9,600

Decrease A1340.4  From $200 to $0.

Decrease A90140.8  From $16,000 to $15,200

Increase A9030.8  From $7,895 to $8,019

Increase A9035.8  From $1,846 to $1,875

Motion passed 5-0. (Res. #19-096)

Motion by Millington, seconded by Hezel to schedule the public hearing for November 145 2019 at 6:45 p.m.; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-097)

Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to adjourn; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-098) Meeting adjourned 7:26 p.m.

Submitted by:

Lynn M. Stever, Town Clerk

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - October 10, 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on October 10, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. .Johnsville Absent: none

Public: William Putman & Michael Mancini

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m. Salute to the flag

Roll Call - all present

Public Comment - none

Minutes - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to accept the minutes of September 12, 2019; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-090)

Departmental Reports - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the Town Clerk, Justice, Code Enforcement Officer & Dog Control Officer's monthly reports; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-091) Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the Planning Board minutes of September 10, 2019; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-092) *It was noted that the Planning Board has not accepted the minutes of their August 13, 2019 meeting.

Correspondence - copies of a memo sent to the Planning Board from the Town Clerk regarding filing copies of any tape recorded meeting with the Town Clerk.

Old Business

A.     Matis Drive - Supervisor Stagliano said he met with William Putman, Deputy Highway Superintendent on Matis Drive to determine the particulars of the agreement for a turnaround on property owned by Carl Souza. Mr. Souza was unable to attend due to a work conflict, therefore, it was determined that William Putman should meet with Mr. Souza to define the area in writing, and then forward to Attorney Mastromoro. Attorney Mastromoro will prepare an agreement for the board and Mr. Souza to review.

B.    Other - none

New Business

A.     2020 Tentative Budget - Supervisor Stagliano presented the 2020 Tentative Budget to the board, reviewing proposed changes to stay within the 2% tax cap. Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to adopt the 2020 Tentative Budget as the 2020 Preliminary Budget, with a workshop date to be determined; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-093)

B.    Fixed Asset Inventory - Councilwoman Mancini questioned the status of our Fixed Asset Inventory. Supervisor Stagliano said we do not have one to date, however he will contact Montgomery County to see if they have a program that we could implement.

C. Other -none.
Public Comment - none

Audit - (#171276-171303, $26,310.29) Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to authorize the Supervisor to pay; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-094)

Adjournment - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-095) Meeting adjourned 8:02 p.m.

Discussion took place on a budget workshop meeting with a possible date of October 24, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. Supervisor Stagliano said he will get in touch with everyone via email for a definite date.

Submitted by: Lynn M Stever - Town Clerk 

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - September 12 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on September 12, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. Johnsville Absent: none

Public: Michael Mancini, Carl Souza, James Castrucci & Leighanne Loucks

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m.

Salute to the flag

Roll Call - all present

Public Comment - Carl Souza addressed the board stating that he would be willing to enter into a written agreement with the Town of St. Johnsville to provide a turnaround on his property located on Matis Drive for the plow and school buses to use.

Minutes - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the minutes of August 8, 2019; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-083)

Departmental Reports - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to accept the monthly reports from the Town Clerk, Justice, Dog Control Officer, Code Enforcement Officer; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-084) James Castrucci, CEO asked the board what they want to do with the property owned by Edna Carter that burned; the board directed him to discuss it with Attorney Mastromoro and take whatever action to clean it up. James also requested permission to attend three days of training in Albany, with half the cost of the hotel and training to be paid by the Village of Fultonville.

Correspondence - Invitation to the Chamber of Commerce dinner

- NYS Department of Health letter dissolving the Consolidated BOH

Old Business

A.    Matis Drive Update - discussion continued on the ongoing issue of a turnaround on Matis Drive. Carl Souza agreed to allow the town and school bus to turn around on his property providing the town maintains the turnaround. Motion by Mancini, seconded by Millington to enter into an agreement with Carl Souza for a potential turnaround; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-085)

B.    Joint Comprehensive Plan - Supervisor Stagliano informed the board that the Village has lost another member and because of the late start they have voted to extend the expiration one year from the original date.

New Business

A.     Fall Clean-Up - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to hold clean-up on September 20th & 21st with County Waste dumpsters; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-086)

B.    Subdivision Regulations - Supervisor Stagliano informed the board that he has reviewed the Brower Subdivision Application. He said that Marcel Falcon, Chairman of the Planning Board refuses to accept that this is indeed a subdivision. Supervisor Stagliano informed the town board that he has prepared a complete binder of all necessary laws, SEQR and samples for them to perform their duties. The Town Board is demanding that the Planning Board uphold the 1993 Subdivision Regulations.

C.    2020 Budget - Supervisor Stagliano reported that budget request forms for all departments have been distributed.

D.    CEO Training - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to allow James Castrucci, CEO to attend training in Albany, with half of the cost for the training and hotel stay to be paid by the Village of Fultonville; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-087)

Public Comment - none

Audit - (#171247-17 1274, $26,860.89) Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-088

Adjournment - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-089) Meeting adjourned 8:15 p.m.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Stever - Town Clerk

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - August 08, 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on August 8, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St .Johnsville

Absent: Ronald Hezel, Councilman

Public: Michael Mancini

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m. Salute to the flag

Roll Call - Ronald Hezel, Councilman Public Comment - none

Minutes - Motion by Mancini, seconded by Smith to accept the minutes of July 11, 2019; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-077)

Departmental Reports - Motion by Millington, seconded by Mancini to accept the monthly reports from the Town Clerk, Justice, Dog Control Officer, Code Enforcement Officer and Planning Board minutes; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-078)

Correspondence - Age discrimination lawsuit filed by Melanie Shuster

Old Business

A. Matis Drive Survey - Supervisor Stagliano reported that he has not been in contact with James Saracino yet. Councilwoman Mancini reported that Louise Robusto said James Saracino was at her house and the subject came up. She stated that Jim said he wanted to make a compromise with the town next Spring that the town maintains the driveway/turnaround then he will sign an agreement with the town and Councilwoman Mancini would have him sign an agreement, however he did not show up again.

B. Special Use/Site Plan Fee Schedule - Motion by Mancini, seconded by Millington to not reduce the applications fee as previously set; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-079)

New Business

A. Subdivision - Supervisor Stagliano informed the board that Mark Brower applied for a subdivision. He currently owns two parcels on Klock Road. He has filed for a building permit for one house and stated he plans on subdividing a piece for his son to build on. He filled a subdivision with the Planning Board, which was approved without the necessary steps taken by the Planning Board. Marcel Falcon, Chairman of the Planning Board said he did not know anything about the Town of St. Johnsville Subdivision Regulations and also said that subdivision is unconstitutional.

B. Sole Assessor Appointment - Motion by Millington, seconded by Smith to reappoint Leighanne Loucks as Sole Appointed Assessor for a six-year term of October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2025; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-080)

Public Comment - none

Audit - (#171227-171245 $10,003.71) Motion by Smith, seconded by Mancini to accept the audit; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-081)

Adjournment - Motion by Millington, seconded by Smith; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-082) Meeting adjourned 7:30 p.m.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Stever - Town Clerk

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 TOWN BOARD MEETING - July 11, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. .Johnsville Absent: none

Public: Michael Mancini, William Putman and Anne Waling & Marissa from Cypress Creek Renewable

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m.

Salute to the flag

Roll Call - all present

Public Comment - Michael Mancini asked how to get the State to clean the ditches in front of his residence of stagnant water. Supervisor Stagliano suggested that William Putman, Deputy Highway Superintendent get in touch with NYSDOT and ask that the ditches be cleaned. Cypress Creek Renewable addressed the board regarding the Kennedy Road project. They would like to set up a time to discuss the fee schedule, PILOT program and the decommissioning bond, as well as ideas for donations that they will be considering for this project. They stated that a donation of $10,000 was made to the H. C. Smith Benefit Club from the Drinkwater Project.

Minutes - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the minutes of June 13, 2019; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-072)

Departmental Reports - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the Town Clerk, Justice, Code Enforcement Officer, Dog Control Officer and Supervisor's monthly reports, along with the Planning Board minutes; passed 5-0. (Res. 419-073)

Correspondence - none

Old Business

A. Matis Drive Survey - Supervisor Stagliano stated that a subdivision was done and filed. Discussion followed with Supervisor Stagliano agreeing to get in touch with James Seracino to attempt to get, in writing, the turnaround previously made on his property opened, with the Town agreeing to maintain it. If he is unsuccessful, the board is considering designating Matis Drive a seasonal road.

B. Other - none

New Business

A. Permit Fee Schedule - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to table; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-074)

B. Complaint on CEO - discussion continued on a complaint received against the Code Enforcement Officer. The board feels that both parties had words and it should not have gotten out of hand. Supervisor Stagliano agreed that he will speak with James Castrucci, Code Enforcement Officer on this issue as well as other issues.

Public Comment - none

Audit - (#171209-171226 $11,167.85) Motion by Millington, seconded by Hezel to accept the audit and direct the Supervisor to pay, passed 5-0. (Res. #19-075)

Adjournment - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to adjourn; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-076) Meeting adjourned 8:20 p.m.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Stever - Town Clerk

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - June 13, 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on June 13, 2019, at 6:45 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. .Johnsville Absent: none

Public: Michael Mancini, Bruce Dye, Town Justice, William Putman, Deputy Hwy. Superintendent & Louise Robusto

*6:45 p.m. Town Board conducted an audit of the court records and found all to be in order*

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m.

Salute to the flag

Roll Call - all present

Public Comment - Ben Broder from Cypress Creek addressed the board regarding the application fee for the Kennedy Road Project, stating that as it stands now the fee would be $40,000. They are asking that the board reconsider the application fee. Supervisor Stagliano said they will discuss and put on the agenda for next month.

Minutes - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to accept the minutes of May 9, 2019; passed 5-0, (Res. #19-064)

Departmental Reports - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the Town Clerk, Justice, Code Enforcement Officer, Dog Control Officer & Supervisor's monthly reports; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-065) Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the Planning Board minutes of April 2019; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-066)

Correspondence - Excellus proposed rate increase of 7.4% and a thank you from the St. Johnsville Senior Saints for the donation.

Old Business

A. Matis Drive Survey - discussion took place regarding the necessity of a survey to determine ownership and boundaries. Attorney Mastromoro will obtain deeds from the Assessor prior to contacting the Surveyor.

B. Consolidated Board of Health - the Town received a check for $4,800 from the Village. Supervisor Stagliano said an accounting for the difference from the $7,200 that was last reported in the checking account. The Supervisor and Village Mayor agree that it was not set up properly. It would need to be a special district with its own tax ID # and checking account, and would need to file an AUD of their own.

C. Code Enforcement - a letter of complaint was received from Ed Pierpont of 1752 Mill Road. He claims that the Code Enforcement Officer entered the property without permission and was verbally abusive. Supervisor Stagliano spoke with James Castrucci, CEO and it was agreed it would be looked into further, as to whether he actually saw work being performed without a permit or assumed work was being done.

New Business

A. Joint Comprehensive Plan - Motion by Supervisor Stagliano to appoint Mariah McDaniel to the vacant position on the Joint Comprehensive Plan, seconded by Councilman Smith; passed 4-1 with Councilwoman Mancini voting no. (Res. #19­067)

B. Planning Board - the board has two letters of interest for the vacancy on the Planning Board. Motion by Councilwoman Mancini, seconded by Councilman Hezel to appoint Louise Robusto to the vacant position on the Town of St. Johnsville Planning Board; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-068)

C. Budget - Councilwoman Mancini questioned why the Village Trustees make $250.00/month and Town Council Members make much less. It was agreed to discuss further during the budget process.

D. Justice Court Records - The Town Board has reviewed the records of Bruce Dye, Town Justice, and find them accurate and in order. Motion to accept the annual review of the Town Justice Court records by Councilman Hezel, seconded by Councilwoman Mancini; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-069)

Public Comment - none

Audit - (Voucher #17118-171208, totaling $19,245.15) Motion to accept the audit by Councilman Hezel, seconded by Councilman Smith; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-070)

Adjournment - Motion by Councilman Hezel, seconded by Councilman Millington; passed 5-0. (Res. 919-071) Meeting adjourned 7:58 p.m.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Stever - Town Clerk

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - May 09, 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on May 9, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. Johnsville

Absent: Timothy Smith, Councilman

Public: Michael Mancini, Louise Robusto

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m. Salute to the flag

Roll Call - Councilman Smith absent• Public Comment - none

Minutes - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to accept the minutes of April 11, 2019; passed 4-0, (Res. #19-058)

Departmental Reports - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to accept the Town Clerk, Justice, Code Enforcement Officer, Dog Control Officer & Supervisor's monthly reports; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-059)

Correspondence - Letter that Louise Robusto completed the necessary training for Board of Assessment Review members. A letter received from Ed Pierpont who recently purchased property at 1752 Mill Road, filing a complaint against unprofessional actions by our Code Enforcement Officer, James Castrucci. Discussion took place regarding this incident and it was agreed that the board will look into it further.

Old Business

A. Drinkwater Solar Special Permit - Attorney Mastromoro provided a copy of the special permit issued to Cypress Creek by the Planning Board on January 8, 2019.

B. Other - none

New Business

A. Establishing a Building Repair Capital Fund - Supervisor Stagliano stated that in 2006 $20,000 was set aside to fund a revaluation. The idea was that $20,000 for the next four years would be set aside to accumulate $100,000 to fund a revaluation, however, no further monies were allocated. Supervisor Stagliano stated that this would not have been legal and the $20,000 has been sitting there for the past thirteen years and would either need to be returned to the General Fund increasing the fund balance or to set up a Building Capital Reserve, as suggested by the NYS Comptroller's Office.

B. NYS Comptroller's Audit - a letter has been received the Comptroller suggesting as stated above to correct the issue with the $20,000 and also that the Town should have a complete inventory of all fixed assets.

C. Resignations - two resignations have been received. One from Susan Handy, on the Joint Comprehensive Plan and Judith Swartz on the Planning Board. Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to accept these resignations; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-060)

D. Appointments - Motion by Stagliano to appoint Mariah McDaniel to the Joint Comprehensive Plan, no second received. Discussion took place on an appointment to both the Planning Board and the Joint Comprehensive Plan. Martha Mancini stated that she feels that the two young girls will be good workers and have good ideas but that they are not mature enough. Supervisor Stagliano also stated that Melanie Shuster failed to take her oath of office for the Zoning Board of Appeals within 30 days of her appointment. Discussion followed with a motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to advertise for open positions on the Planning Board, Joint Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Board of Appeals; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-061)

E. Matis Drive Survey - Supervisor Stagliano stated that he has contact two surveyors for quotes on the surveying of Matis Drive but to date has not received anything.

Public Comment - none

Audit- (#171162-171175,$13,974.28) Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-062)

Adjournment - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-063) Meeting adjourned 7:52 p.m.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Stever - Town Clerk

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - April 11, 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on April 11, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. .Johnsville

Absent: none

Public: Deborah Smith, Michael Mancini, Ethan Winter (Cypress Creek), & Louise Robusto

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m. Salute to the flag

Roll Call - all present

Public Comment - Louise Robusto, said she was hired by Marcel Falcon to serve as the Planning Board Secretary and asked whether it was okay if she tape recorded the meeting because he wasn't available to attend. Supervisor Stagliano said she could tape the meeting, however, the Planning Board would need to make a resolution appointing her to the position of Secretary not Marcel and that the 2019 budget does not allow any personal services in account B8020.1 for wages. Louise said she was willing to serve as Secretary without compensation. Councilwoman Mancini said she believes that Marcel hired Louise so that the Secretary was someone other than a member so that the minutes were correct and did not reflect personal views as in the past.

Minutes - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the minutes of March 14, 2019, with Item #3 under New Business deleted; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-051)

Departmental Reports Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the Town Clerk, Justice, Dog Control Officer, Code Enforcement Officer and Supervisor's monthly reports; passed 5-0. (Res. #1-052) No oral reports were given.

Correspondence - Planning Board minutes for February and March 2019

Old Business

A. Cypress Creek Ethan Winters addressed the board regarding our PILOT Program. He stated that he has been in touch with Supervisor Stagliano regarding the figures and Cypress Creek is willing to accept what the Town proposed as $300,000 in assessment. Motion by Mancini, seconded by Millington to agree to the financial schedule as presented using an assessment of $300,000; passed 5-0. (Res. #1-053) Road bonds were discussed and Cypress Creek said they will be in touch with Marcel Falcon, Chairman of the Planning Board who has the original special use permit.

B. Consolidated Board of Health Attorney Mastromoro agreed that all monies should be returned to the town upon dissolution, but the Village wants to wait until their budget year is over. Attorney Mastromoro said it takes both parties to agree to dissolve. Supervisor Stagliano said we will have to wait the two months then.

New Business

A. Spring Clean-Up - Motion by Smith, seconded by Millington to hold a Spring Clean-Up with dumpsters available at the Highway Department on the first available Friday and Saturday in May; passed 5-0 (Res. #19-054)

B. 2018 AUD (Annual Update Document) - Supervisor Stagliano said it is required by law to be filed 60 days after our fiscal year ends. The Town's AUD was filed in early March. He reviewed the 2018 annual results to Fund Balances with the board with the General Fund increasing by $15,000, the Part Town Fund decreasing by $19,000 and the Highway Fund increasing by $50,000.

C. Establishing a Building Repair Capital Fund - Supervisor Stagliano said we already have a Capital Reserve Fund for new equipment, and would like to propose a resolution next month to set up a Capital Reserve Fund for Building Repairs. He stated that we have $28,000 left over from the fire that could be transferred to this Capital Fund, as well as $20,000 from the General Fund that was originally set aside for a Revaluation. Councilwoman Mancini said we need to set up a Capital Reserve to fund a Revaluation, but Supervisor Stagliano said you legally cannot do that. Your choices are to pay for it through raising the tax cap or borrowing to pay for a revaluation.

D. Matis Drive Survey - Supervisor Stagliano stated that the Highway Department has annual problems with residents on each end of Matis Drive. Property owners are not allowing access to their personal property to turn our trucks around, and another property owner is doing grading and ditching work along his property. He is recommending that the town hire a surveyor to put an end to the constant issues. It was agreed by the board members that we have no choice.

E. Montgomery County 2019/2020 Brush & Weeds Contract - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to approve the 2019/2020 Contract for $400/mile X 13.25 miles, totaling $5,300.00; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-055)

F. Agenda Access - Supervisor Stagliano stated that the Town does not have a policy or set of rules adopted for agenda access, therefore, he has always gone by the town law manual. When a person requests to be placed on the agenda and is questioned for what reason and the response is "1 don't have to tell you", he will not place them on the agenda. Any department has the opportunity to give an oral report during Departmental Reports on the agenda. He questioned whether the Town Board wanted to change this and it was agreed they did not.

G. Planning Board Secretary - Supervisor Stagliano stated that the Planning Board can hire based on budget appropriation, however, in the 2019 budget there are no monies appropriated for personal services ( B8020.1 ). The Planning Board would need to appoint Louise Robusto as Secretary through a resolution, no the Chairman. Once appointed she would then take the oath of office.

Audit- (#1711384171161, $13,726.76) Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-056)

Audit: Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-057) Meeting adjourned 8:19 P.M.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Stever, Town Clerk

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - March 14, 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on March 14, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present: Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk & Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. Johnsville Absent: none

Public: Michael Mancini, Floyd Stever, Marcel Falcon, Kathy Buckley, Louise Robusto, Alice Cummings, Donna Sheetes, Shannon Countryman, Robert Smith, Alan Weaver, Dulcie Hart, Renee Swartz & Patricia Christensen

* * Public hearing held at 6.55 p.m. on Local Law No. 1 of 2019, A Local Law Providing For The Administration & Enforcement of the NYS Uniform Fire Prevention & Building Code In The Town of St. Johnsville. Floyd Stever spoke from the public stating that he feels anything the state gets involved in is a mess; hearing closed 7:00 PM.**

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m.

Salute to the flag

Roll Call - Councilman Millington absent

Public Comment - Renee Swartz spoke from the public on behalf of SAVAC. She stated that they are in financial difficulties and are looking for ways to remain open. She stated that they are currently running at 50% and will be forced to decrease even more soon. Councilwoman Mancini stated that the board has asked for their financials and to date has not received anything. The board also questioned what others towns and villages have they gone to. Renee stated that this is their first one, but do plan to address other government bodies to request to have the voters decide if they should be included on their property taxes as a line item. Lynn Stever, Town Clerk addressed the board stating that she feels it would be a horrible burden on the tax payers to fund the ambulance corp. Patricia Christensen stated that when we had industry in St. Johnsville the people volunteered for the ambulance and we not a paid organization. Various ideas such as contacting our legislators, fund raisers, etc. were suggested. Robert Smith addressed the board regarding the appointment for the Planning Board that is scheduled for this meeting. He stated that he feels Melanie Shuster is the last of the original Land Use Law originators and feel her knowledge would be an asset to the town. He suggested the board appoint her to a 2 1/2. term and the "new" member could sit in with no vote, then take over after the 2 ½ years

Minutes - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the minutes of February 14, 2019; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-041)

Departmental Reports - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to accept the Town Clerk, Justice, Code Enforcement Officer, Dog Control Officer's monthly reports and the Supervisors Annual Update Document; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-042)

Old Business

1. Consolidated Board of Health - Attorney Mastromoro stated that the Village has agreed to dissolve after June 1, 2019. Motion by Supervisor Stagliano, seconded by Councilman Smith to have Attorney Mastromoro contact the State and see if there any objections; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-043)

2. SAVAC - previously moved to Public Comment section

3. Cypress Creek - discussion took place on a fixed rate and whether the, school and county have adopted anything. No decisions made.

New Business

1. Local Law No. 1 of 2019 - Motion by Mancini, seconded by Hezel for enactment adopting the NYS Building and Fire Code; passed 5-0. (Res. #1-044)

2. Financial Audits - set for April 2019

3. Capital Fund - needs to be set up for equipment

4. Appointments - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to enter into an executive session to discuss appointments; passed 5-0. (8:28 p.m.) Return to regular session with no decisions made (Res. #19-045) (8.56 p.m.) Motion by Stagliano, seconded by Smith to appoint Louise Robusto to the Board of Assessment Review, term expiration 12/31/23; passed 5-0. (Res. #1-045) Motion by Stagliano, seconded by Millington to appoint Mariah McDaniel to the Planning Board, term expiration 12/31/23; passed 4-1 Mancini voting no. (Res. #19-046) Motion by Stagliano, seconded by Millington to appoint Melanie Shuster to the Zoning Board of Appeals, term expiration 12/31/21; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-047) Motion by Stagliano, seconded by Smith to appoint Katrina Caringi to the Joint Comprehensive Plan, with no term expiration; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-048)

Audit - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-049) (#171114­171 136; $23,280.78)

Adjournment - Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith; passed 5-0.(Res. #19-050) Meeting adjourned 9:06 p.m.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Steve Town Clerk 

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - February 14, 2019

A regular meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on February 14, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present:  Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman; Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk; Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. Johnsville

Absent: Ronald Millington, Councilman

Public: Michael Mancini

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m.

Salute to the flag

Roll Call – Councilman Millington absent

Public Comment – none

Minutes – Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to accept the minutes of January 10, 2019; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-034)

Departmental Reports – Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to accept the Town Clerk, Justice, Code Enforcement Officer, Dog Control Officer’s monthly reports; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-035)

Old Business

  1. Consolidated Board of Health – Motion by Stagliano, seconded by Smith to dissolve the Consolidated Board of Health with all money being returned to the Town; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-036)
  2. Mont. Co. Snow & Ice Contract (revised) – Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to rescind the prior one year contract and approve the new revised contract which included a 2% increase and authorize the Supervisor to sign new revised contract; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-037)

New Business

  1. Code Enforcement Policy – Motion to adopt for presentation Local Law No. 1 of 2019, a Local Law providing for the administration and enforcement of the NYS uniform fire prevention and building code in the Town of St. Johnsville on March 14, 2019, by Hezel, seconded by Mancini; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-038)
  2. Board Vacancies – Interviews are set for February 21st at 6:30 p.m. for the Board of Assessment Review, Planning Board, Board of Appeals and Joint Comprehensive Plan.

Audit – (#171086-#171111, totaling $94,358.45) Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to authorize the Supervisor to pay; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-039)

Adjournment – Motion by Millington, seconded by Mancini; passed 4-0. (Res. #19-040)  Meeting adjourned 8:02 p.m.

Submitted by:  Lynn M. Stever, Town Clerk

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WAGE & FEE SCHEDULE 2019 rev.2

OFFICIAL RESOLUTIONS

 

Official Newspapers:  The Recorder/Courier-Standard-Enterprise RH, RM; 5-0 (19-003)

Depository: NBT – TS,RH; 5-0 (19-004)

Monthly Meeting Date: 2nd Thursday of ea. Month at 7:00 p.m. –RH, TS; 5-0 (19-005)

Resolution authorizing Supervisor to use a facsimile signature under his control and supervision to sign checks –TS, RH; 5-0 (19-006)

                                   

Petty Cash Funds: T. Clerk & Justice ($100.00 ea.) – RH, MM; 5-0 (19-007)

Official Website Webmaster:  Ronald Hezel – TS, MM; 5-0 (19-008) (www.stjohnsville.com) RH, RM; 5-0 (19-009)

Supervisor     $8,840.00            Stagliano (2019)

Councilman (4 @ $1,700.00 ea.)        $6,800.00      Mancini (2021)

                                                                                          Millington (2021)

                                                                                          Hezel (2019)

                                                                                          Smith (2019)

Justice                                            $13,500.00            Dye (2019)

Town Clerk/Tax Collector         $17,000.00            Stever (2019)

Superintendent of Highways   $36,414.00            Battisti (2019)

Sole Appointed Assessor (6 yr. Term)  $18,000.00   Loucks (2019)

 

DEPARTMENT HEADS

Registrar (Fees Collected)                        $10.00/copy RH, TS; 5-0 (19-010) L. Stever         

CEO                                                               $4,200.00            RH, RM; 5-0 (19-011)

LUEO                                                             $1,200.00            RH, TS; 5-0 (19-012)

Dog Control Officer                                    $1,530.00            RH, TS; 5-0 (19-013)               

Rabies Response Agent                         $100.00/case       RH,RM; 5-0 (19-014)   

Historian (Supervisor’s Appt.)               $400.00               RH, TS; 5-0 (19-015)

Budget Officer                                          $1,400.00            RH, TS; 5-0 (19-016)

Attorney for the Town of St. Johnsville   $125.00/hr.(+)RM, RH; 5-0 (19-017)        

BAR Chairman *4 hr. min/griev. Day         $150.00            RH, TS; 5-0 (19-018)   

BAR Members *4 hr. min./griev. Day         $125.00            RM, TS; 5-0 (19-019)               

 

APPOINTMENTS

Bookkeeper                                                 Wilder (appointed by Supervisor)

Court Clerk                                                  Stowell  (appointed by Justice)

Historian (Supervisor’s Appointment)            Matthew Rapacz (appointed by Supervisor)

Deputy Supervisor                                       Ronald Millington  (appointed by Sup.)

Deputy Clerk/Tax Coll./Registrar            Virginia Fox & George Stever (Clerk Appt.)

Deputy Hwy. Superintendent                              William Putman (Hwy. Sup. Appt.)

 

EMPLOYEES 

Highway Employees: $17.50/hr. – RH, MM; 5-0 (19-020)

Deputy Hwy. Stipend  $ 1.00/hr. William Putman (straight time only) – RH, RM; 5-0 (19-021)

Bookkeeper $6,120.00/yr. - DS, TS; 5-0 (19-022)

Court Clerk $ 7,200.00/yr. – RH, TS; 5-0 (19-023)

MISCELLANEOUS

BAR Training                                               $ min wage            RH, RM; 5-0. (19-024)

Mile Reimbursement (IRS rate)                $ IRS rate            RH, TS; 5-0. (19-025)

Land Use/Sub. Doc. Fee                            $25.00                      RH, TS; 5-0 (19-026)

Returned Check Fee                                  $30.00                      RH, RM; 5-0 (19-027

Photocopies                                  $ .25/pg. After 1st 4 pgs.            RH, MM; 5-0 (19-028)

Dog Impound Fees

 (1st offense $25.00) (2nd - $50.00) (3rd - $75.00)            RH, MM; 5-0 (19-029)

Building Permit Fees as adopted 1/1/2018             (board agreed to review fees)            

Board of Assessment Review (5)           Joseph Sokol (21)

                                                                        Terry Swartz (22)  

                                                                        Roberta Button (20)    

                                                                        Ronald Hezel  (19)

                                                                        **Vacancy** (23)

 Planning Board Members (5)                   Leslie Larsen (21)

                                                                        Judith Swartz (22)  

                                                                        **Vacancy** (23)   

                                                                        Marcel Falcon (19)

                                                                        George Haines (20)

Board of Appeals (3)                                  Robert Smith (20)  

                                                                        Michael Yerzinski (19)

                                                                       **Vacancy** (21)

Motion by Stagliano, seconded by Smith to advertise for above vacancies, along with a position on the Joint Comprehensive Plan, returnable by February 1, 2019; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-030)

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TOWN BOARD MEETING - January 10, 2019

A regular/organizational meeting of the Town of St. Johnsville was held on January 10, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Town Offices, 7431 STHWY 5, St. Johnsville, NY 13452

Present:  Dominick Stagliano, Supervisor; Ronald Hezel, Councilman;  Martha Mancini, Councilwoman; Timothy Smith, Councilman; Ronald Millington, Councilman; Lynn Stever, Town Clerk;  Norman Mastromoro, Attorney for the Town of St. .Johnsville

Absent: none

Public: Michael Mancini, Marcel Falcon, Melanie Shuster and George Haines

Meeting called to order 7:00 p.m.

Salute to the flag

Roll Call – all present

Public Comment – none

Minutes – Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to approve the minutes of December 13,  2018; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-001)

Departmental Reports – Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith to approve the Town Clerk, Justice, Code Enforcement Officer, Dog Control Officer, Planning Board and Historian’s Reports; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-002)  Melanie Shuster asked to address the board as a Planning Board member.  She stated that she would like to be reappointed to another term on the Planning Board.  She said she feels the Town of St. Johnsville Planning Board is a good working board and feels Marcel Falcon, Chairman is doing an excellent job following Martha Mancini who also did a great job when she was Chairman.

Correspondence – annual material from the Association of Towns

Old Business

  1. Electronic Filing Policy – Attorney Mastromoro contacted NYMIR Insurance Company and they stated that we currently have a $1,000,000.00 coverage.
  2. Drinkwater Solar Project – the Planning Board has approved a special permit and it is signed and ready to move forward.  They plan to start construction around the end of March per Marcel Falcon

New Business

  1. Organization Wage & Appointment Schedule 2019 – (see attached) (Res. #19-001 thru #19-030)
  2. Sexual Harassment Policy - Attorney Mastromoro presented the NYS Department of Labor model copy.  Motion by Hezel, seconded by Millington to adopt the Sexual Harassment Policy for enforcement in the Town of St. Johnsville; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-031)
  3. Code Enforcement Policy & Procedures – Councilwoman Mancini provided a model copy to the board and the Attorney for their review.

Audit – Motion by Hezel, seconded by Mancini to accept the audit (#171066-171085 $14,434.34) and authorize the Supervisor to pay; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-032)

Adjournment – Motion by Hezel, seconded by Smith; passed 5-0. (Res. #19-033)  Meeting adjourned 8:29 p.m.

Submitted by: Lynn M. Stever - Town Clerk

 

WAGE & FEE SCHEDULE 2019 rev.1

OFFICIAL RESOLUTIONS

Official Newspapers:  The Recorder/Courier-Standard-Enterprise

Depository: NBT –

Monthly Meeting Date: 2nd Thursday of ea. Month at 7:00 p.m. –

Resolution authorizing Supervisor to use a facsimile signature under his control and supervision to sign checks –

Petty Cash Funds: T. Clerk & Justice ($100.00 ea.) –

Official Website (www.stjohnsville.com) Webmaster:  Ronald Hezel –

 

ELECTED & FIXED TERM ANNUAL SALARIES                                           

Supervisor                                                                $   8,840.00   Stagliano (2019)

Councilman (4 @ $1,700.00 ea.)                            $   6,800.00   Mancini (2021)

                                                                                                              Millington (2021)

                                                                                                              Hezel (2019)

                                                                                                              Smith (2019)

Justice                                                                       $ 13,500.00            Dye (2019)

Town Clerk/Tax Collector                                     $ 17,000.00            Stever (2019)

Superintendent of Highways                                $ 36,414.00            Battisti (2019)

Sole Appointed Assessor (6 yr. Term)               $ 18,000.00            Loucks (2019)

 

DEPARTMENT HEADS

Registrar (Fees Collected)                        $ 10.00/copy                   

CEO                                                                $ 4,200.00         

LUEO                                                              $ 1,200.00         

Dog Control Officer                                     $ 1,530.00                                 

Rabies Response Agent                           $ 100.00/case            (County reimbursed)  

Historian (Supervisor’s Appt.)                 $ 400.00

Budget Officer                                             $ 1,400.00         

Attorney for the Town of St. Johnsville         $125.00/hr. plus reimbursables  

BAR Chairman *4 hr. min/griev. day               $150.00                                             

BAR Members *4 hr. min./griev. day              $125.00                                 

 

APPOINTMENTS

Bookkeeper                                                     Wilder (appointed by Supervisor)

Court Clerk                                                      Stowell  (appointed by Justice)

Historian (Supervisor’s Appointment)            Matthew Rapacz (appointed by Supervisor)

Deputy Supervisor                                            Ronald Millington  (appointed by Sup.)

Deputy Clerk/Tax Coll./Registrar            Virginia Fox & George Stever (Clerk Appt.)

Deputy Hwy. Superintendent                          William Putman (Hwy. Sup. Appt.)

 

EMPLOYEES

Highway Employees:            $17.50/hr.

Deputy Hwy. Stipend $ 1.00/hr. William Putman (straight time only)

Bookkeeper $6,120.00/yr.

Court Clerk $ 7,200.00/yr.

 

MISCELLANEOUS

BAR Training                                                   $ (Min. Wage) 

Mile Reimbursement (IRS rate)                    $ (IRS Rate)

Land Use/Sub. Doc. Fee                                $25.00            

Returned Check Fee                                      $30.00            

Photocopies                             $ .25/pg. After 1st 4 pgs.         

Dog Impound Fees

 (1st offense $25.00) (2nd - $50.00) (3rd - $75.00)  

Building Permit Fees as adopted 1/1/2018                                 

 

***This Page to be updated at the next Board Meeting. Newspaper Ad's will be published for all Vacancies.

  

Board of Assessment Review (5)           Joseph Sokol (21)

                                                                        Terry Swartz (22)     

                                                                        Roberta Button (20)   

                                                                        Ronald Hezel  (19)

                                                                        **Vacancy** (23)

 

Planning Board Members (5)                  Leslie Larsen (21)

                                                                        Judith Swartz (22)     

                                                                        **Vacancy** (23)      

                                                                        Marcel Falcon (19)

                                                                        George Haines (20)

  

Board of Appeals (3)                                 Robert Smith (20)       

                                                                       **Vacancy** (19)

                                                                       **Vacancy** (21)

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