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Minutes Archive - 2017

(The Data below is for General Information only, it has has been corrected as best we can for obvious Misspellings and Typos.

The Official Approved Legal data should be viewed at the Village Offices)

 

2017 - Jan.17 | Feb.21 | Mar.20 | Apl.10 | Apl.18 | May.09

 

Board of Trustees Special Meeting 05 09 2017 - 6:00 PM at the Community House

Present: Mayor Barnes, Trustees James Castrucci, Gene Colorito, Connie Grant, Charles Straney, and Attorney Mastromoro

The Mayor called the meeting to order. Public-None

Audit of Claims-A motion to accept the claims was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Straney. All ayes. Motion carried.

Legals: Attorney Mastromoro informed the Board concerning the following Main St. property - application for a search warrant has been signed and Must be executed within 10 days. A police officer, engineer and the Codes Officer must be present and can go in between the hours of 6 am and 9 pm. And they must use the least intrusive manner. The engineer must prepare a report within 72 hours after completion of the inspection.

Solar Liberty - A Seeker form needs to be completed which includes 104,500 sq. ft. (approx. 2 acres), Notice to the County could take up to 60 days

Town of Ephratah - Most recent appraisal that was done by the State was in 2006 of Fort Plain and St. Johnsville. He will find out if they would do it again at the request of the taxed and/or as a mutual request at no cost. A motion was by Trustee Straney and seconded by Trustee Colorito to proceed with the request of an updated report. All yes. Motion carried.

Mayor Barnes informed the Board that he has been approached by the State concerning dedicating a buoy in front of the new bathhouse in memory of longtime Harbor Master Bernie Brandow. A motion was made by Trustee Colorito and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes. Motion carried.

Information about Springfest was passed out.

The Board was invited to the FFA dinner and banquet to be held May 30  th at 6 pm at the OE - St. Johnsville high school. All were asked to RSVP by May 19th,

The Village received a proposal from Wayne's Burner Service for a new furnace as the current one is leaking and there is no fixing it. Attorney Mastromoro explained that no other bids were necessary because this could be used as a preferred source since it is under the $20,000.00 cap in the policies and procedures. Trustee Castrucci said he would check on another brand that might be more efficient. There was also some discussion on the possibility of purchasing a hot water heater so that the furnace doesn't have to run just for hot water. No action was taken.

Gene has offered to help Frank with labs at the WWTP.

On June 5th there will be a follow up review meeting concerning the consultant to the Fire Department. The meeting will be held at the Community House at 6:30 pm. Engine #1 - On a call the engine blew. Info has been sent to insurance company. Engine #3 - Parts have been ordered for the repairs.

Several weeks ago there was a sewer back up that affected a resident on Bridge St. The homeowner's insurance denied the claim to clean the cellar. The Village sent information to NYMIR and they have denied the claim. The family has requested a FOIL form for information concerning the flushing of sewers.

Resolution H - WWTP Improvements SEORA Lead Agency Status was presented. On a motion by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito the Village Board accepts Lead Agency Status and authorizes John M. McDonald Engineering to complete the coordinated review of this project. Roll Call - Mayor Barnes yes, Trustee Castrucci yes, Trustee Colorito yes, Trustee Grant yes, Trustee Straney yes. Motion carried.

Trustee Colorito asked the Board's permission to speak to the engineer about some concerns he has at the WWTP. Permission granted.

There was some discussion about Worker's Comp being purchased from the County and the cost. It was decided to get some other names of companies and price check. Trustee Grant is to get the information to the Clerk.

The next regular meeting will be Tuesday, May, 30th at 6:30 followed by the Year End meeting.

Trustee Castrucci made a motion to adjourn the meeting, Trustee Grant seconded the motion. All ayes. Motion carried.

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Board of Trustees Regular Meeting - 04-18-2017  - 6:30 PM Community House

Present: Mayor Bernard Barnes, Trustees James Castrucci, Gene Colorito, Connie Grant and Charles Straney

Also: DPW/Water/WWTP Supervisor?, Wayne Horender- Codes Officer Diana Callen-Police Chief, Christopher Weaver-Fire Chief

Public: Joe Brown, Crystal Napier, Dawn Lamphere and Darlene DeVoe

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Barnes and the salute to the flag was given. Karen Crouse swore in new Trustee Charles Straney with Dawn Lamphere taking pictures.

Public: Darlene Devoe, grant writer, spoke about the grants for the Marina bathhouse and the Soldiers And Sailors Park. The Soldiers and Sailors Park projects are the wall, canon and playground. There is a Steering committee in place consisting of Gary Jones, Bob Failing Jr., Phil Brown, Randy Snell, Toni Susi and Denise LaCoppola. Darlene will set up a news release and meeting dates. On a motion by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito the bid was awarded to Borderline Excavation & Fence at a cost of $157,750.00. Motion carried.

Legals: Attorney Mastromoro told the Board that there was nothing to report concerning the Town of Ephratah tax assessment. As far as the Solar project, he was instructed to draw up an Option To Purchase the land from the Holcombs at a cost of $500.00 per acre for 10 acres.

Consent Agenda: A motion to create a consent agenda consisting of the minutes of the Regular Meeting of 3-20-17, Investment Report, Treasurer's Report, Police Report, Justice Report, DPW/Water & WWTP Report, and Codes Report was made by Trustee Colorito and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes. Motion carried.

A motion to adopt said Agenda was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes. Motion carried.

Audit of Claims: A motion to accept the claims as presented by the clerk, in the amount of $52,381.48 was made by Trustee Colorito and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes. Motion carried. They were broken down as follows:

General Fund: $36,826.21

Cemetery Fund:$ 0.00

Marina Fund: $1,550.90

Water Fund: $7,088.86

Sewer Fund: $6,915.41

Department Heads:

Fire Department: Christopher Weaver-Chief reported that the Department had their election of Officers. Karen will contact the consultant and ask him to come to a meeting to Give his recommendations.

DPW/Water/WWTP: No one has filled the position. Police Department: Chief Diana Callen not present.

Codes: Wayne Horender-Codes Officer told the Board that Ed Clifford, the owner of the Pizzeria on Main Was to appear in Court on April 19th Mr. Horender is to work with Attorney Mastromoro and come up with a checklist of steps taken to show a paper trail.

Old Business: The Town of Danube will be having their parade on May 20th The Mayor asked the Board to participate as it is their 200th celebration. The Fire Department will be in it.

A Public Hearing will be held at 6 p.m. on April 25th with a Special meeting to follow.

New Business: Joe Brown of the Chamber informed the Board about the activities for Springfest. They included the parade on 5/13, the Chicken BRO at the DPW garage, music, pageant, And a car show at Parkside. There will also be vendors in Park Place. Chicken BBQ tickets are available at the Village Office.

PTECH will be doing landscaping at the Community House. Trustee Castrucci made a Motion to add $2,000.00 to the new budget to cover the cost of flowers and shrubs. The motion was seconded by Trustee Grant. All ayes. Motion carried.

Trustee Castrucci made a motion and was seconded by Trustee Colorito to accept the Fuel bid from Mirabito using the fluctuating price. All ayes. Motion carried.

At 7:40 pm a motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Straney to go into Executive Session to discuss personnel. All ayes. Motion carried. On a motion by Trustee Straney and seconded By Trustee Colorito the Board returned to the Regular meeting at 8:30 pm. All ayes. Motion carried.

It was decided to hire Richard Virkler as DPW, Water and WWTP Supervisor at a salary of $38,000.00 to start with a $2,000.00 raise when he gets his water license and an additional $2,000.00 when he gets his WWTP license in addition to merit raises. He will be under contract and commit to three (3) years of employment with the Village. He will be paid $125.00 for each six (6) months for use of his personal cell phone. Insurance was not decided at this point. The motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Straney. All ayes. Motion carried.

It was also decided to hire Greg Morse full time at $10.00 an hour and Grace DeWaaI Malefyt and Cathy Anderson part time at $9.70 an hour at the Marina. A job description is to be provided.

The motion was made by Trustee Straney and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes. Motion carried.

Gary Warn turned in his resignation effective 3/21/17. A motion was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Straney to hire Gerald LaQuee as part time cleaner at the Community House at $9.70 an hour. All ayes. Motion carried.

After some discussion, a motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Straney to pay Jack Carter an additional $2.00 per hour until Mr. Virkler gets up to speed. In addition, Tim Crosier will be paid an additional $.50 per hour, as he is the only person with a Water license. Frank Erno will also get an additional $.50 per hour until Mr. Virkler gets his Wastewater license. Jack and Frank are only temporary and will revert to original pay. All ayes. Motion carried.

Trustee Colorito has volunteered to assist Mr. Virkler on the weekends at WWTP.

A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Castrucci to adjourn the meeting. All ayes. Motion carried.

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Board of Trustees Organizational Meeting 04 10 2017   - Community House 6:30 pm

Present: Mayor Bernard Barnes, Connie Grant, Charles Straney, Gene Colorito and James Castrucci Also: Police Chief Diana Callen and Atty. Norman Mastromoro

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Barnes and the salute to flag was given.

The Village Clerk/Treasurer, Karen Crouse, gave the Oath of Office to Charles Straney, a newly elected Trustee.

The attached list of appointments were made. Holdovers in office were as follows:

Clerk/Treasurer

Registrar of Vital Statistics

Deputy Registrar of Vital Statistics

Planning Board (1)

A motion to accept the attached list of appointments was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes

Selections other than appointments were as follows:

Official Newspaper---Times Telegram

Official Bank—NBT and Adirondack

Time-Place Monthly Meeting-6:30 PM-3" Tues of Month

Meeting Rules—Village Rules-Motion, Trustee Castrucci, second, Trustee Straney-all ayes

Policy conferences and Training—one day-Mayor approval, overnight-board approval-Motion, Trustee

Castrucci, second, Trustee Straney—all ayes

Procurement Policy-(purchasing) motion Trustee Grant, second, Trustee Straney—all ayes

Spec. Meeting and procedures-motion, Trustee Colorito, second, Trustee Castrucci—all ayes

Approve Open Meeting Law Policy-Trustee Straney, second, Trustee Colorito—all ayes

Approve Emergency Evacuation Plan-Motion Trustee Castrucci, second, Trustee Colorito—all ayes

Approve Fair Housing Plan-Motion-Trustee Castrucci, second-Trustee Straney—all ayes

Public Hearing on Budget—April 25th - Motion-Trustee Castrucci, second-Trustee Straney—all ayes

Next Organizational Meeting-April 2, 2018 - motion-Trustee Colorito, second-Trustee Straney—all ayes

Resolutions passed are as follows:

Prior payments by Clerk/Treasurer—Motion-Trustee Colorito, second-Trustee Castrucci—all ayes Designation of Depositories for 2017/18 - NBT Motion-Trustee Castrucci, second, Trustee Straney-all ayes

Bonding for clerk/treasurer, Deputy Clerk/Treasurer, Mayor and Village Board—Motion-Trustee Colorito, second Trustee Castrucci—all ayes

Year-end transfers by Treasurer-Motion Trustee Colorito, second Trustee Castrucci-all ayes

Motion to adjourn: Trustee Castrucci and Trustee Grant, All ayes

ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING APRIL 10, 2017

1 Call to Order

2 Salute to flag

3 Welcome Newly Elected Trustees

4 Resignations:

5 Appointments:

Clerk/Treasurer - 2 year term - Holdover

Registrar of Vital Statistics - 2 year term - Holdover

Deputy Clerk-Treasurer - 1 year term - Holdover
Deputy Registrar of Vital Statistics - 1 year term Holdover Budget Officer-1 year term Karen

Historian- 1 year term --Matthew Rapacz

Code/Zoning Officer - 1 year term  - Wayne Horender

Fair Housing Officer - 1 year term - Wayne Horender

Director of Emergency Preparedness - 1 year - Christopher Weaver

Library Board— Two 5 year terms (Matt Rapacz and Cindy Stagliano

Village Attorney - 1 year term - Attorney Norman Mastromoro

Deputy Mayor - 1 year term - James Castrucci

Planning Board - 1 five year term (replace Gordie Brownell) open

Grievance Board #1 - 2 Trustees & Village Clerk (DPW-Water and WWTP) Clerk Colorito - Straney

Grievance Board #2 - 2 Trustees and Police Chief (all dept. not covered under Grievance

Grievance Board #1 Castrucci, Grant-Diana Callen

Fire Chief-term of 1 year - open

1st. Asst. Fire Chief - term of 1 year open

2nd Asst. Fire Chief - term of 1 year open

Housing Authority - (to be done in June) open

Harassment Committee - 2 one year terms -Trustee Colorito, Chief Callen

Community Development Committee- Five 5 year terms Bill Myers, Bill Austin

Neil Clard, J.Looman and Christopher Weaver

6 Selection of official newspaper

7 Selection of Official Bank

8 Selection of time and place for regular monthly meetings

9 Resolution-Mileage reimbursement State

10 Selection of Roberts Rules of Procedures or new Village Rules

11 Resolution - Prior payments by Clerk/Treasurer

12 Resolution - Designation of Depositories for 2017/18

13 Motion to approve Bonding for Clerk-Treasurer, Deputy Clerk-Treasurer, Mayor and Village Board

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Board of Trustees Regular Meeting 03-20-2017  Community House 6:30 P.M.

Present: Deputy Mayor, Martin Callahan, Trustees Gene Colorito and James Castrucci.

Excused: Mayor Bernard Barnes Absent: Trustee Connie Grant

Also: Police Chief Diana Callen

Public: Michael O’Dockerty

The meeting was called to order by Deputy Mayor, Martin Callahan and the salute to the flag was given.

Public—no comments

Legals: Attorney was absent, however, the Clerk spoke on his behalf: Solar project is moving along and Attorney is in contact with the owner of the property and working with him for purchase of land. The Attorney has not heard from the Judge yet on the Leffler matter.

Consent Agenda: A motion to create a consent agenda consisting of the Regular Meeting of 2-21-17, Emergency Meeting of 3-1-17, Treasurers Report, Investment Report, Police Report, and Justice Report, was made by Trustee Colorito and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes A motion to adopt said Agenda was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes

Claims: the Clerk presented claims in the amount of $73,998.00. A motion to accept the claims as broken down below was made by Trustee Colorito and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes

Department Heads:

Police Chief, Diana Callen—she said she received a complaint about the parking by the Fire House area. From the Fire House to the corner of Center St., you cannot see East when cars are parked there. Board will look into it and discuss again in April. This is held over.

Old Business: Trustee Castrucci said he is still working on getting Medical Linen demolished.

Local Law #2—Motion to adopt Local Law #2 for enactment was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes

Community House Floors: A quote was received from Floors by Mike. The quote was for $4000 to do the Auditorium and the kitchen (1600 Sq. Ft.). A motion to hire Floors by Mike to do the work was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito. The money will come from the Community House Funds.

Overtime: Deputy Mayor Callahan suggested possibly minimizing hours, work 40 hrs and take time off later for O/T hours, or Create Reserve fd. For O/T

New Business:

Fire Dept. Banquet—board was invited to Banquet on April 22, 2017 at Beardslee Castle. If you want to attend please notify Shannon Whiteman.

Canal Cleanup—This is April 29th, meet at Marina, plastic bags are provided and T-shirts are given to those who participate. There will be a pizza party afterwards. Meet at 10 A.M.

Meeting Dates for April: the clerk reminded the board there is an organizational meeting on April 10th and the Regular meeting is April 18th.

Other:

The 2nd bid has gone out for the Bathhouse at the Marina/Campsite and it is to be discussed at the April Regular meeting. It is due back on April 13th.

Water/Sewer request: someone received a bill and they claim they requested the water to be shut off. They only used 23 cu.ft. Dep. Mayor Callahan asked the Clerk to find out the request date of the shut-off and the last reading prior to the shut-off.

Trustee Colorito asked if the Fire Dept. analysis was based on the Fire Contracts. Answer from Clerk, not entirely, but it had a bearing on it.

A motion to adjourn was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes.

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Board of Trustees Regular Meeting 02 21 2017 - 6:15 PM, Community House

Present: Mayor Bernard Barnes, Trustees Martin Callahan, James Castrucci, Gene Colorito and Connie Grant

Also Police Chief, Diana Callen, DPW/Water/WWTP Supervisor, William Viciarelli, Codes Officer, Wayne Horender

Public: Christopher Smith, FFA director, FFA members, Laura Littrell, Jacob Battisti, ham Sammons, Casy Watso and Connor Countryman. Also Paul Spencer.

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Barnes.

Public: Chris Smith, director of FM spoke and explained what the proclamation, being presented, was for and he said the local chapter has 20 members. Laura Littrell, president of FFA local chapter said that next week they were doing a coloring contest for the elementary students. Mr. Smith said that FFA is the largest youth oriented group in the USA. Trustee Callahan presented the group with a proclamation.

Legals: The Attorney in regards to the litigation with the Town of Ephratah, he said he submitted to their attorney, a request for information from Ephratah concerning the water transmission lines, acreage, etc for St. Johnsville and Fort Plain. (see attached). He also said he received a letter with a schedule to appear 3/1/17 to present oral arguments to the Judge in regards to the Leffler case.

Consent Agenda: A motion to create a consent agenda consisting of the Regular Meeting of 1-17-17, Treasurers Report, Investment Report, Police Report, Justice Report, DPW,Water,WWTP Report and Codes Report, was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes. A motion to adopt said consent agenda was made by Trustee Callahan and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes Audits: Trustee Colorito questioned the light bill for Lyon Place (concession stand at park). He was told the freezer was running as there were items in it. A motion to accept the audits as presented was made by Trustee Colorito and seconded by Trustee Callahan.

Department Heads:

DPW/Water/WWTP Supervisor-William Viciarelli- he has started the sewer plant project, DFV drive is $10,100, install valve $4984.76. Mayor told Mr. Viciarelli to take compressor to John Scanlon, also bucket truck and let him work on them. Mr. Viciarelli told the board that Jacque Carter took all the flags off of the poles, refinished the poles and put new flags on.

Police Chief: Diana Callen: She said the Chevy Impala was back in service. The motor repair was covered on the warranty. Also, she said she was awarded a grant through the County in the amount of $2916 for a patrol rifle. She explained that it was hard to do the evaluations of the part-time officers and she was told to use best method for her. She said she had a request from a resident to change the Snowmobile route going to Stewarts. The board said no.

Codes Officer-Wayne Horender: nothing. Trustee Castrucci stated that he was told that possibly EPA was going to take down Medical Linen. They are coming to look at it.

Old Business: see legal's

New Business: Resolution #17-URA money. A motion to accept the resolution as written was made by

Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Grant. All ayes   (See attch'd)

American Legion sent letter requesting the board to March or ride in the Memorial Parade. Those who will participate on behalf of Village are Mayor, Trustees Grant and Castrucci. Trustee Colorito will be with the Legion.

Letter from Justice Court stating they will be closing as of 4-3-17 at Noon. The Town Court will take it over.

Sales Tax was presented and it was down appx. $93 from same quarter last year.

Snow and grass agreement-County: A motion to accept the agreement was made by Trustee Callahan and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes

Spring and Fall cleanup days presented were 5-18-17 and 9-21-17. A motion to accept those dates was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Callahan.

Overtime discussion: Mayor wants the board to look at the overtime, we have to get a handle on it. Chamber of Commerce would like to use the DPW for the barbecue at Springfest. The board approved it.

Other: The Mayor said he received a quote to do the floors in the Auditorium and Kitchen. This is to sand them down and refinish them. It was for $6,024. Trustee Grant and Callahan. They suggested he get another quote. Try Mike's flooring on Rt. S.

Trustee Callahan asked the board if they wanted to purchase Trees again for the park. Motion to purchase same as last year was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes

Local Law #1 was presented at a public meeting prior to the Regular Meeting. It is a law to add smoking to Code of the Village. A motion to accept Local Law #1 of 2017 was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito.

A motion to give money to the Water fund to pay taxes, audits from the UDAG money, was made by Trustee Callahan and seconded by Trustee Grant. All ayes

Local Law #2 of 2017 was presented to the board. It is to change the residency requirement for the position of Village Clerk, Village Treasurer or Village Clerk-Treasurer. A motion to present at Public Hearing, Local Law #2 of 2017, was made by Trustee Callahan and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. Public Hearing will be prior to Regular Meeting in March. (March 201h)

Public: Dawn Lamphere asked if Medical Linen was coming down. Trustee Castrucci said EPA is looking into it.

Fire Contract with Palatine: Clerk is waiting for the contract to be sent back for the Mayor's Signature. Motion to adjourn was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito. So done

Board of Trustees Public Hearing 02 21 2017  - 6:15 PM Community House

Present: Mayor Bernard Barnes, Trustees Martin Callahan, Gene Colorito, James Castrucci and Connie Grant

Also: Police Chief, Diana Callen, DPW/Water/WWTP Supervisor, William Viciarelli and Codes Officer, Wayne Horender

Public-members of FFA

Mayor Barnes called the meeting to order and salute to flag was given.

Attorney Mastromoro explained Local Law #1 of 2017. It was to add "Smoking "to the Code of the Village Of St. Johnsville. Purpose of law is to provide for the public health, safety and welfare of the public and environment from tobacco related litter. (see Local Law attached)

Trustee Callahan asked how the law came about. The Attorney said it was already on the books, this is to amend and add no smoking where children are picked up on bus. No smoking within 25ft. Signs will be placed at all bus stops.

No Public comment

Motion to adjourn was made by Trustee Callahan and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes

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Board of Trustees Regular Meeting 01-17-2017  - Community House 6:30 PM

Present: Mayor Bernard Barnes, Trustees Martin Callahan, James Castrucci, Gene Colorito and Connie Grant.

Also: Attorney Norman Mastromoro Public: none

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Barnes and the salute to the flag was given.

The Mayor told the board about the fiber optic project that the school is trying to implement. He said that Mr. Holleran, school superintendent, will speak to the board at a later date. Due to the weather he was unable to attend tonight's meeting.

Legals: Attorney Mastromoro said there was no decision made yet on the Leffler case. There was discussion on water/sewer charges for multiple occupied dwellings. The Mayor does not feel we would gain anything by charging each apartment. The board agreed to leave billing as is for now.

The Attorney went on and said he met with Judge Sise on January 3, 2017 and Town of Ephratah. If it goes to Court it would be June 12, 2017. We should have it appraised by 3-31-17. Get it appraised and concentrate on transmission lines. He suggested getting information on Ft. Plain for the appraiser to compare against ours. We could or should do RFP's for appraisers. Attorney Mastromoro would do pre-trail discovery. A motion to have the Attorney continue with discovery proceedings was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes

The Attorney presented Local Law #1 of 2017 which pertains to smoking. A motion to adopt for presentation at a public hearing to be held 2-21-17 at 6:15 PM. was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Callahan. All ayes The Mayor asked about the Johnson property up North and the Attorney said it just keeps dragging on. Mayor wants the Attorney to tell him the Board wants it done.

Consent Agenda: A motion to create a consent agenda consisting of the minutes of the Regular Meeting of 12-20-16, Treasurers Report, Investment Report, Police Report, Justice Report, DPW,Water/WWTP Report, Codes Report was made by Trustee Callahan and seconded by Trustee Grant, all ayes. A motion to adopt said consent agenda was made by Trustee Callahan and seconded by Trustee Grant. All ayes

Audit of Claims---A motion to accept the claims as presented by the Clerk was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Callahan.

Department Heads: none present Old Business—see Legals

New Business: The Mayor asked about the Marina Worker. Trustee Callahan said Greg is still interested. The Mayor suggested we take applications and do interviews. The season is fast approaching.

Mayor was upset that there was a problem at WWTP and he was not informed. Sludge almost went into the river. He should be kept up to date on such matters.

Resolution 14 of 2017—no Village Registration Day. A motion to accept was made by Trustee Callahan and seconded by Trustee Grant. All ayes

Resolution 15 of 2017—stating polling place and time polls are open. A motion to accept was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Colorito. All ayes

Resolution 16 of 2017—move money from Personnel line in Marina to Unemployment line. A motion to accept was made by Trustee Colorito and seconded by Trustee Grant. All ayes

Letter from DOT---They notified the Board that they were working on there request to put a handicap parking spot by the Post Office. They will keep the board in informed of their decision.

Red Cross—they thanked the board for allowing them to use the Community House for their drive and would like to return in the future.

March Meeting—due to the Village Election on March 21, 2017, the Mayor suggested the Regular Board meeting be held on March 28 th instead. A motion to move the March meeting to the 28th  was made by Trustee Callahan and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes

Trustee Colorito asked the Mayor for an update on the Solar Project. Mayor said he has heard nothing yet.

A motion to adjourn was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Castrucci. All ayes.

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