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Minutes Archive - 2020

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

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2020 - Jan.21 | Feb.18 | Mar.17 | Apl.21 | May 19 | May 29 |

 

 

Board of Trustees Special Meeting - June 24, 2020 - 6:30 PM Community House

Present: Mayor Straney, Trustees: Kathy Buckley, Connie Grant, Art Dockerty

Public:  No one present.

Also: Attorney: Norman Mastromoro

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

Enter into record a letter received by Board Member James Castrucci received on June 24th pertaining to Public Safety Personnel.

A motion to go into executive session at 6:31 PM to discuss personnel regarding Public Safety and possible litigation relative to WWTP was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Buckley.

A motion to come out of Executive Session was made at 8:46 PM by Trustee Buckley and seconded by Trustee Grant.  All ayes, motion carried.

No action taken.

A motion was made by Trustee Dockerty and seconded by Trustee Buckley to appoint Cliff Dorrough, the Village Codes Enforcement Officer for an additional half day (Wednesdays 8-noon) for $11,000.00 per year. All ayes, motion carried.

A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Buckley to appoint James Kierzinski to the Housing Authority Board for a 5-year term.  All ayes, motion carried.

A motion to adjourn at 9:08 was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Dockerty.  All ayes, motion carried.

 

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Board of Trustees Organizational Meeting - May 29, 2020 - 6:30 PM Community House

Present Village Clerk Jayna Cool, Trustees Connie Grant, Kathy Buckley, Arthur Dockerty, and Mayor Charles Straney  

Public:

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

The attached list of appointments was made all for a one (1) year term:

Treasurer-Brandon Loren, motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Dockerty

Clerk-Jayna Cool, motion by Trustee Buckley, seconded by Trustee Grant

Registrar of Vital Statistics- Jayna Cool, motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Dockerty

Historian- Mathew Rapaz, motion by Trustee Dockerty, seconded by Trustee Grant

Codes/ Zoning- Clifton Dorrough, motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Buckley

Fair Housing Officer- Clifton Dorrough, motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Dockerty

Fire Chief- Christopher Weaver, motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Buckley

1st Assistant Fire Chief- Shannon Countryman, motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Buckley

2nd Assistant Fire Chief- Alex Countryman, motion made by Trustee Buckley, seconded by Trustee Grant

Deputy Mayor- Connie Grant, motion by Trustee Buckley, seconded by Trustee Dockerty

Selections other than appointments were as follows:

*Library Board- Rebecca Sokol (5 Year Term) Motion by Trustee Buckley, seconded by Trustee Grant

*Planning Board- No one

*Zoning Board of Appeals- No one

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

Trustees Grant, Buckley and Jayna Cool (1 Year Terms)

*Grievance Board #2-All depts. not covered under Board #1 (2 Trustees & Village Clerk)

Trustees Dockerty and Castrucci and Jayna Cool (1 Year Terms)

*Harassment Committee-Trustee Grant and Chief Callen (1 Year Term)

*Official Newspaper-Recorder. Motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Dockerty.

*Official Bank-NBT St. Johnsville, Adirondack Bank Little Falls, Community Bank              Canajoharie-Motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Dockerty.

*Time/Place for regular meetings-3rd Tuesday of month/6:30 pm at Community House Motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Buckley.

*Selection of Roberts Rules-Motion by Trustee Dockerty, seconded by Trustee Buckley. 

*Approve Bonding-Clerk, Treasurer. Motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Dockerty.

*Procurement Policy- Motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Buckley.

*Meeting Procedure Policy- Motion by Trustee Dockerty, seconded by Trustee Buckley.

Resolutions passed are as follows:

*Mileage Allowance-$.57.5 per mile. Motion by Trustee Buckely, seconded by Trustee

Grant.            

*Designation of Depositories-NBT Bank, St. Johnsville, Adirondack Bank, Little Falls and Community Bank, Canajoharie

*Advance Approval of Claims-Motion by Trustee Grant, seconded by Trustee Buckley.

Tabled Items:

            *Village Holidays

            *Opening Meetings Law, Board of Trustees Meetings Procedure Policy

            *Director of Emergency Services

A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Buckley to accept every appointment, resolution and item discussed at the Organizational/ Year End Meeting.  All ayes, motion passed.

*Next Organizational Meeting - April 6, 2021, 6:30 pm at the Community House.  Motion by Trustee Buckley, seconded by Trustee Dockerty.

Motion to adjourn by Trustee Dockerty and seconded by Trustee Grant. All ayes, motion carried.

 

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Board of Trustees Regular Meeting - May 19, 2020 - 6:30 PM Community House

Present: Mayor Straney, Trustees: Kathy Buckley in person, Connie Grant, Art Dockerty via Gotomeeting

Public:  No one present, per required social distancing order.  Leeann & Peter Brisbin, W. Liberty via Gotomeeting

Also: Treasurer Brandon Loren in person, DPW Superintendent Jarrod Walrath, Police Chief Diana Callen, and WWTP Supervisor Frank Erno via Gotomeeting.

Attorney: not present

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Straney and the salute to the flag was given.  Mayor Straney held a moment of silence for the lives lost due to the COVID-19 Virus.

Department Heads:

Fire Department: No one present.  Report submitted.  

DPW: Jarrod discussed the manhole cover at the bottom of Fowler Hill being repaired.  He ordered new flags for various Village buildings.  Mayor Straney informed the Board of Public Works appreciation day and discussed the great job the DPW and WWTP employees do for the Village.  Trustee Dockerty discussed getting cameras for the DPW.  Report submitted.

WWTP: Frank discussed the switching of clarifier4s and aerators.  The sludge was taken out and sent to the Johnstown- Gloversville WWTP.  The RAS pump needs to be returned due to the

lack of a direct bolt setup. Frank met with FEMA and discussed the return action sludge pump and influent pump.  No report.

Police: Chief Callen stated that the call volume has been normal.  The 2019 Charger has gotten 2 new tires, brakes and rotors.  There is a 2 year warranty on the rotors and lifetime brakes. 

Mayor Straney discussed the old cruiser as being used as a Village vehicle if it passes inspection. Instead of the DPW driving places with an F350 they could use that and save on gas, and wear and tear.  Also, could be used as a back-up SRO vehicle.  Chief Callen also discussed the Montgomery County report on car parades not being allowed based on the COVID-19 Executive Order.  Report submitted.

Codes: No one present, no report.  Mayor Straney informed the Board of a house that had accumulated 3.5 ton of items brought to the landfill, which was a fire hazard.  The police,

codes, Mayor, and DPW all helped assist in resolving this matter.

Marina:  No one present, no report.  Under Montgomery County’s order, the Marina may open as a “Temporary Residential Site”.  Residents who bring their campers there must self-

quarantine for 14 days and report to the Department of Health.  The buildings at the Marina i.e. Bathhouse, Laundry Room, Harbor House are closed.  Mayor Straney received a call from Steve

Ramsey from the NY State Power Authority regarding their plan to hopefully start the Waterway opening July 4th to Aug 8th. 

Treasurer: Treasurer Brandon Loren was present, no report.  Brandon is getting everything ready for the Year end meeting on May 29th. 

Dog Census-No one present, no report.  Mayor Straney stated that Kirk Bayes has taken the position but at this time can not go door to door due to the COVID-19 Executive Order.

Cemetery-No one present, no report.  Mayor Straney discussed that the positions at the Cemetery have been cut to one.  Matt LaCoppola is doing a great job at the Cemetery and can

receive help from the DPW if needed.

Public:  Leeann & Peter Brisbin via Gotomeeting, wanted to thank the Village employees for the great job they do around the Village and for the residents.

Legals: Mayor Straney updated the Board regarding the Solar Liberty/ AES project.  The paperwork is almost finalized and there has been discussion about the taxes generated relative to the project.  He will be gathering the documents needed for the Tax Grievance days at the Town of Oppenheim and Town of Ephratah.  

Other: Mayor Straney stated to the Board that the Village employees would be going back to their regular scheduled hours starting Monday, April 27, 2020.  There is essential Village work that can be done safe and solitary manner in accordance with State requirements. 

Consent Agenda: A motion to create a consent agenda consisting of the minutes of the 4/21/20 Regular Meeting, DPW, WWTP, Police, Codes and Treasurer’s reports was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Dockerty.  All ayes, motion carried.

A motion to adopt said Agenda was made by Buckley and seconded by Trustee Dockerty.  All ayes, motion carried.

Audit of Claims: A motion to accept the claims as presented to the Board as approved to the Board by the Treasurer, in the amount of $49,906.95 was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Buckley.  All ayes, motion carried.  The claims are broken down as follows:

            General Fund: $ 30,095.67

            Cemetery Fund: $ 0.00

            Marina Fund: $ 281.00

            Water Fund: $ 2,983.82

            Sewer Fund: $ 16,546.46     

New business:

The Village Wide Trash days will be on June 12th and June 13th. 

The Year End/ Organizational Meeting will be held May 29th at 6:30.

There was a discussion from Mayor Straney regarding the Library being a School entity as opposed to a Village entity.  As of June 1st the Library will be taking over their own payroll, payments, check cashing, insurance, and accounting.

A motion was made by Trustee Dockerty and seconded by Trustee Connie to approve Resolution #4 of 2020 Contract for the control of grass and brush on County Roads beginning June 1, 2020 and ending May 31, 2021.  All ayes, motion carried. 

A motion was made by Trustee Buckley and seconded by Trustee Dockerty to have Mayor Straney put a notice out regarding the cancellation of the Parks & Recreation program at the Soldiers & Sailors park and, the cancellation of the Marina Concerts.  All ayes, motion carried.

A motion to adjourn the regular meeting was made at 8:33 PM by Trustee Buckley and seconded by Trustee Dockerty.  All ayes, motion carried.

A motion to go into executive session was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Buckley.  All ayes, motion carried.

A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Dockerty to come out of executive session.  Nothing to report.  All ayes, motion carried.

A motion to adjourn was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Dockerty.  All ayes, motion carried.

Next meeting- June 16th at 6:30 pm

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Board of Trustees Regular Meeting - April 21, 2020 - 6:30 PM Community House

Present: Mayor Straney, Trustees: Kathy Buckley in person, Connie Grant, Art Dockerty, James Castrucci via Gotomeeting

Public:  No one present, per required social distancing order.

Also: Police Chief Diana Callen, Treasurer Brandon Loren

Attorney: not present 

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Straney and the salute to the flag was given.  Mayor Straney held a moment of silence for the lives lost due to the COVID-19 Virus.

Department Heads:

Fire Department: No one present.  Report submitted.

DPW: No one present.  Report submitted.

WWTP: No one present.  Report submitted.

Police: Chief Callen stated to the Board that SAVAC/GAVAC extended the offer to the Village

Police to sanitize the Police vehicles once a week using SAVAC’s vehicle sanitizing equipment.  Report submitted.

Codes: No one present, no report.

Marina:  No one present, no report.

Treasurer: Treasurer Brandon Loren was present, no report. 

Dog Census-No one present, no report.

Cemetery-No one present, no report.

Public:  Josh Thomas, Courier Standard Enterprise, via Gotomeeting

Legals:

Other: Mayor Straney stated to the Board that the Village employees would be going back to their regular scheduled hours starting Monday, April 27, 2020.  There is essential Village work that can be done safe and solitary manner in accordance with State requirements. 

Consent Agenda: A motion to create a consent agenda consisting of the minutes of the 3/17/20 Regular Meeting, DPW, WWTP, Police, Codes and Treasurer’s reports was made by Trustee Buckley and seconded by Trustee Dockerty.  All ayes, motion carried.

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

Audit of Claims: A motion to accept the claims as presented to the Board as approved to the Board by the Treasurer, in the amount of $58,762.39 was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Castrucci.  All ayes, motion carried.  The claims are broken down as follows:

            General Fund: $ 28,145.87

            Cemetery Fund: $ 0.00

            Marina Fund: $ 1,955.30

            Water Fund: $ 7,260.50

            Sewer Fund: $ 21,400.72

New business:

A motion was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Dockerty to adopt the 2020-2021 Budget as presented.  All ayes, motion carried.

Charles Straney  ___X___ Aye   ______ Nay 

Trustee Castrucci   ___X___ Aye   ______ Nay 

Trustee Dockerty    ___X___ Aye   ______ Nay 

Trustee Grant  ___X___ Aye   ______ Nay 

Trustee Buckley ___X___ Aye   ______ Nay 

A motion was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Dockerty to allow Brandon Loren, Treasurer for the Village of St. Johnsville, with input from Dave Read of Read financial to

appropriately allocate and balance the Water and Sewer accounts for the 2018-2019 AUD.  All ayes, motion carried.

A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Castrucci to waive the late fees for the March 13, 2020 Village of St. Johnsville Combined Utility Bill and to extend the deadline

to pay without late fees from April 13, 2020 to June 16, 2020.  Any payments not made by June 16, 2020 will be assessed the 10% late fee.  All ayes, motion carried.

A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Dockerty to allow Mayor Straney and Steve Trodler to negotiate a price on the UBS Billing Software required for the

Neptune Water Meter Reading system that will generate the Water/ Sewer Bills.  All ayes, motion carried. 

A motion was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Dockerty to have Mayor Straney discuss Faith Morey’s Village of St. Johnsville Combined Utility Bill.  All ayes, motion

carried.

A motion was made by Trustee Buckley and seconded by Trustee Castrucci to have Mayor Straney discuss Robert Linney’s Village of St. Johnsville Combined Utility Bill.  All ayes, motion

carried.

A motion to adjourn was made at 7:16 PM by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Dockerty.  All ayes, motion carried.

Next meeting- May 19th at 6:30 pm

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Board of Trustees Regular Meeting - March 17, 2020 - 6:30 PM Community House

Present: Mayor Straney, Trustees: Kathy Buckley, Connie Grant

Public:  No one present, per required social distancing order.

Also: Police Chief Diana Callen, Code Enforcement Officer Cliff Dorrough

Attorney:

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Straney and the salute to the flag was given.  Mayor Straney stated the purpose of the meeting was to insure Village Vendors were paid to avoid any interruption of services to Village Residents in this time of emergency.

Department Heads:

Fire Department: No one present.  Report submitted.

DPW: No one present.  Report submitted.

WWTP: No one present.  Report submitted.

Police: Chief Callen discussed the struggle the Police Department is having with staffing.  She also discussed that due to the Covid-19 virus the Police will only be entering homes for

emergency calls and that the officers have been informed to try to the best of their ability to handle the calls outside of the home if possible. This will minimize possible contact in

accordance with the Executive Order on social distancing.  Report submitted.

Codes: Cliff stated to the Board that he has two open court cases.  However, there will be no court cases for the next 45 days at least due to the Covid-19 virus.  There was discussion about

chimney height on resident’s homes and that the chimney must be 3’ above the highest peak of the home.  Report submitted.

Marina:  No one present, no report.

Treasurer: No one present.  Report submitted. 

Dog Census-No one present, no report.

Cemetery-No one present, no report.

Public:  

Legals:  

Other: A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Buckley to accept the Gutchess Timber bid of $30,282.00 for logging of the Village Watershed property.  All ayes, motion carried.

Consent Agenda: A motion to create a consent agenda consisting of the minutes of the 1/21/19 Regular Meeting, DPW, WWTP, Police, Codes and Treasurer’s reports was made by Trustee Buckley and seconded by Trustee Grant.  All ayes, motion carried.

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

Audit of Claims: A motion to accept the claims as presented to the Board as approved to the Board by the Treasurer, in the amount of $93,397.43 was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Buckley.  All ayes, motion carried.  The claims are broken down as follows:

            General Fund:  $ 85,933.27

            Cemetery Fund: $ 28.12

            Marina Fund: $ 205.62

            Water Fund: $ 3,683.94

            Sewer Fund: $ 3,546.48

New business:

A motion to adjourn was made at 7:00 PM by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Buckley.  All ayes, motion carried.

Next meeting- April 21st at 6:30 pm

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Board of Trustees Regular Meeting - February 18, 2020 - 6:30 PM Community House

Present: Mayor Straney, Trustees: Kathy Buckley, Connie Grant, Arthur Dockerty, James Castrucci.

Public:  Chris Mosher

Also: Fire Chief Chris Weaver, Assistant Chief Alex Countryman, Superintendent Jarrod Walrath, WWTP Operator Frank Erno, Code Enforcement Officer Cliff Dorrough

Attorney: Norman Mastromoro

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

Department Heads:

Fire Department: Chief Weaver discussed that Engine 6 needs new rear brakes and that the generator on Tower 1 is in need of work.  In addition, the fire dept. needs 3 sets of turn out

gear.  Currently there are 3 to 4 members without turn out gear.  Chief Weaver stated that it is roughly $12,000.00 for four of them.  Alex had a lengthy discussion of a software programs:

Data Demon, Emergency Reporting, and NYS OFPC.  The Fire Department would like the purchase of this software funded to fulfill State reporting requirements.  Report submitted.

DPW: Jarrod stated the repair and painting of the bleachers for the baseball field at the park is complete, and the netting along the baseline will be going up.  The County will be coming to clean off the bridge.  Report submitted.

WWTP: Frank discussed that the flow meter software reporting system is working well.  He talked with Doug Cole about the valves, RAS pump, and electric motor. Report submitted.

Police: No one present.  Report submitted.

Codes: Report submitted.

Marina:  No one present, no report.  Mayor Straney stated to the Board that the electrical work and insulation has been done in the flooded Harbor Master House.  The FEMA meeting is on

February 19th.  Also, the Village office is accepting applications for the part time Harbor Master position.

Treasurer: No one present.  Report submitted.  Mayor Straney stated that he had met with Dave Read of Read Financial and that we are close to completing the AUD. 

Dog Census-No one present, no report.

Cemetery-No one present, no report. Discussion of generating and sharing new rules and regulations for the Cemetery before commencement of Cemetery opening in Spring 2020.

Public: Chris Mosher wanted to publicly thank Jarrod and the DPW for their hard work on the sewer line back up issue on Failing Ave.  He discussed how Jarrod and the DPW men responded to his home at any hour and made sure that the problem was taken care of. 

Legals: Norman updated the Board on the Solar Liberty/ AES issues and what needs to be the next step in getting this matter resolved.

Other: A motion was made by Trustee Castrucci and seconded by Trustee Dockerty for the approval of the Data Demon software for the St. Johnsville Fire Department, Inc.  All ayes, motion carried. 

A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Castrucci for the approval of the survey presented for the Licari/ Humphrey land swap to correct mutual encroachments.  All ayes, motion carried. 

Consent Agenda: A motion to create a consent agenda consisting of the minutes of the 1/21/19 Regular Meeting, DPW, WWTP, Police, Codes and Treasurer’s reports was made by Trustee Buckley and seconded by Trustee Grant.  All ayes, motion carried.

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

Audit of Claims: A motion to accept the claims as presented to the Board as approved to the Board by the Treasurer, in the amount of $184,277.50 was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Castrucci.  All ayes, motion carried.  The claims are broken down as follows:

            General Fund: $99,911.97

            Cemetery Fund: $ 0.00

            Marina Fund: $ 595.11

            Water Fund: $ 64,958.05

            Sewer Fund: $ 5,823.16

            Water/Sewer $ 12,202.18

New business: The Board decided to take part in the Springfest parade as invited by the Chamber of Commerce.

A motion to go into executive session was offered at 8:35 PM by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Dockerty to discuss personnel in the office. No action taken.

A motion was made at 9:27 PM by Trustee Dockerty and seconded by Trustee Castrucci to come out of executive session.  All ayes, motion carried.

A motion was made by Trustee Dockerty and seconded by Trustee Castrucci to approve the pay increase for Jayna Cool to $29,500.00 a year.

A motion to adjourn was made at 9:29 PM by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Dockerty.  All ayes, motion carried.

Next meeting- March 17th at 6:30 pm

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Board of Trustees Regular Meeting - January 21, 2020 - 6:30 PM Community House

Present: Mayor Straney, Trustees: Kathy Buckley, Connie Grant, Arthur Dockerty, James Castrucci.

Public: Bill VanGorder, NBT Insurance Representative

Also: Fire Chief Chris Weaver, Assistant Chief Shannon Whiteman, Superintendent Jarrod Walrath, WWTP Operator Frank Erno, Police Chief Diana Ca!!en, Code Enforcement Officer Cliff Dorrough, Treasurer Brandon Loren

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

Department Heads:

Fire Department: The heater core in the ladder truck has been replaced and is functioning. There were new tires put on Engine 6 as the existing tires evidenced sidevyall failure. The OSHA training is Saturday January 25th February 3 r Fire Department personnel will be given

physicals as required. Fire trucks will be getting the annual inspection as required. Report submitted.

DPW: The DPW did painting and lettering to the 2014 Dump Truck, undercoating on the pick-up and the new truck prior to being placed into service. The water leak was fixed on Monroe Street, and all snow was removed on Main Street, the Community house, and Kinney's. Report submitted.

WWTP: Frank discussed the cameras at the WWTP which are up and running providing real time reporting to WWTP personnel. Report submitted.

Police: Three officers who worked shifts for the Village have been hired as full time officers in a Police Department that will not allow them to fill part time shifts for the Village. Report submitted.

Codes: Cliff had one permit for Kingsbury Ave. Seven properties issues are progressing in court. St. Johnsville grocery that burned is on the to do list to discuss with the owner what the next action should be taken. At the ZBA meeting two variances were accepted and one was tabled awaiting further input from the applicant. Businesses that have 100+ occupancy require a Fire Inspection to be done once a year and we should pursue the introduction of a local law. No report.

Marina: Letters were sent out to the seasonal campers. There was more discussion about FEMA and building on the flood plain. No one present, no report.

Treasurer: Brandon discussed that all reports, excluding Retirement, have been completed. QuickBooks will be switched to Enterprise. The Village was refunded the monthly employee fee and half of the yearly payment as well. The W2's had to be calculated half from KVS and the other half from QuickBooks. This made the task difficult and time consuming. The AUD is close to being completed from Read Accounting. Report submitted.

Dog Census-No one present, no report.

Cemetery-No one present, no report. Discussion of generating and sharing new rules and regulations for the Cemetery before commencement of Cemetery opening in Spring 2020.

Public: Bill VanGorder from Mang Insurance discussed the Insurance policies and coverage's of the Village.

Legals:

Other: A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Dockerty for the approval of the fire contract #1 for Fire Protection with the Town of Danube. All ayes, motion carried.

A motion was made by Trustee Dockerty and seconded by Trustee Castrucci for the approval of the fire contract #2 for Fire Protection with the Town of Danube. All ayes, motion carried.

Consent Agenda: A motion to create a consent agenda consisting of the minutes of the 11/19/19 Regular Meeting, DPW, WWTP, Police, Codes and Treasurer's reports was made by Trustee Buckley and seconded by Trustee Dockerty. All ayes, motion carried.

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

Audit of Claims: A motion to accept the claims as presented to the Board as approved to the Board by the Treasurer, in the amount of $79,940.81 was made by Trustee Buckley and seconded by Trustee Dockerty. All ayes, motion carried. The claims are broken down as follows:

 

 General Fund: $44,876.68

 

 Cemetery Fund: $0.00

 

 Marina Fund:$804.22

 

 Water Fund: $23,356.43

 Sewer Fund: $10,903.48

New business: There were letters sent out to the employees that worked at the Cemetery and Marina in 2019 to reapply for these positions. The fee for the Code Enforcement Officer physically going to a property to look for any code violations will be a $20.00 fee. If a company requires any paper copies, or a letter typed up from said findings either faxed, emailed, or mailed, it will also be a $20.00 fee before sending said item.

A motion was made by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Buckley to approve John & Joan Lewindowski and Judy Swartz to work at the March 18, 2020 Village Election. All ayes, motion carried.

A motion was made by Trustee Dockerty and seconded by Trustee Dockerty to approve the Kayak Resoiution MOU #3 of 2020. All ayes, motion carried.

A motion to go into executive session was offered at 8:26 PM by Trustee Dockerty and seconded by Trustee Grant to discuss personnel at the DPW. No action taken.

A motion was made at 8:41 PM by Trustee Grant and seconded by Trustee Castrucci to come out of executive session. All ayes, motion carried.

A motion to adjourn was made at 8:44 PM by Trustee Dockerty and seconded by Trustee Grant. All ayes, motion carried.

Next meeting- February 18th at 6:30 pm

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