Village of Chittenango, New York
VB Minutes 6-26-2018

Village Board of Trustees Minutes

June 26, 2018

 

Present:  Mayor Pulver, Trustee Bough Martin, Trustee Kopp, Trustee Baldwin, Counsel Bell, Mr. Gregory, Mrs. Kendall, Mr. Gloska, Ben Kingsley, Mike Kingsley, Mike Keville, Ken Greene, Messrs. Dave Rahme, Danielle Rahme, Mrs. Doss

 

Mayor Pulver called the meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.

 

The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was recited.

 

Minutes

The Board members reviewed the minutes of May 22, 2018.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Bough Martin, seconded by Trustee Kopp, minutes of May 22, 2018 approved as written.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Administrator

The Mayor spoke about filling the Administrator vacancy.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Kopp, seconded by Trustee Baldwin, the following resolution was offered:

Appointment of the Village Administrator:

Whereas the position was temporarily vacated when the former Village Administrator was sworn in as Mayor on April 2 and

Whereas, Paul Gregory is well qualified to fill this position having earned a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and a Masters Degree in Education and

Whereas, Paul Gregory has demonstrated his ability to learn and perform the duties of Village Administrator during the last 2+ months and

Whereas Paul Gregory is a proud resident of the Village with his wife and three children.

It is with great pleasure that I appoint Paul Gregory Village Administrator and ask for the approval of the Board of Trustees. 

Trustee Bough Martin asked for discussion of this proposed appointment.  She stated that she had spoken with both the Mayor and Mr. Gregory in regard to the position.  She commented that the person filling this position needs to learn more about the position.  Paul has learned a lot about the position and is gaining knowledge and she is not opposed necessarily with the proposed appointment; but if the individual doesn’t have all the tools in place then perhaps a different title could be created for instance assistant to the Mayor or a Clerk; just not call it Administrator until the knowledge level is up to speed, based on the language set forth in the Code.  The title is giving her concern.  Counsel Bell stated the Code is clear on the position responsibilities, powers and duties.  Some of the Clerk duties overlap.  The Village Law is specific on the Village Clerk duties.  Trustee Baldwin stated that the Mayor has to be comfortable with and believe in what he can do.  Trustee Bough Martin asked the Board to consider a different title for now, until the knowledge needed for the position is learned and acquired. Danielle Rahme stated she can’t wrap her head around creating a new title.  Counsel Bell stated the duties are codified and she briefly explained the duties.  She also commented that the Village has to be careful with creation of new job titles because of Civil Service.  The Administrator position will require an appointment and would fill the unexpired term (2 years approximately).  The Board asked Mr. Gregory to explain his qualifications, he stated he has a business background, has experience with a home business, worked in banking but doesn’t have government experience.  He commented he has learned a great deal in the past several weeks.  Trustee Horning asked the Board is the title important if he is doing the job?  Mike Keville commented that the position and its’ responsibilities are learn as you go.  The Board discussed the information presented.  The Mayor called for a vote on the proposed motion.  All Trustees voted in favor of the motion.  Motion carried. 

 

Trustee Horning appeared during the Administrator discussion.

 

 

Village Justice Annual Audit

The Board members reviewed the annual audit of the Village Court for June 2017 to May 2018 conducted by Trustee Bough Martin and Trustee Kopp.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Kopp, seconded by Trustee Baldwin, the Board accepts the annual Village Justice Court audit for 2017-18 year.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Administrator report

Mr. Gregory reported that he has been researching the purchase of a car for the Codes office through the OGS website.  He has received two mini-bids through the site; Capolino Auto for a Chevy Malibu $16,934.80 which meets all specs and Lithia Motors for $17,274 which is a pre-existing vehicle.  Sun Chevrolet was contacted separately and they stated they couldn’t compete with these prices.  Capolino would build the car and there would be an approximate two-month waiting period for the vehicle.  The Board discussed the information.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Horning, seconded by Trustee Baldwin, the Board approves the purchase of the Chevy Malibu from Capolino Auto through the OGS site for a cost of $16,934.80.  All members present voting in favor.

The DPW is amazing!  The crew has finished the skateboard park and the park will be open when the gate is open.  The DPW will unlock the gate and the Police will lock up in the evening.  The Park is not open after dusk.  Trustee Bough Martin spoke about promoting the newly refurbished Park by celebrating with a Grand Opening.  She encouraged that the Village find funds to do some type of celebration for not only the skateboard park but the new playground structure at Kirschenheiter Park.    Mr. Gregory continued his report.  He reported that the crew has been working on assembling the new playground system, they have done grading and drainage work at the Park.  They will begin milling Tuscarora Road from Tom Tom to Talbert after the 4th as a collaborative effort with the Town Highway department.  The Board discussed the paving bid that is being done in concert with the Town of Sullivan.  Paving Contract Awards;

Upon the motion made by Trustee Kopp, seconded by Trustee Baldwin, the Village awards the road paving bid as follows; Whereas, the Village is working jointly with the Town of Sullivan to pave roads in the Town and Village in and near the Westerly end of the Village and

Whereas, on May 2 the Town of Sullivan accepted bids for paving Tuscarora Road from the Village line to Talbert Drive (.57 mi.) and Tom Tom Street (.21 mi.) and

Whereas, Dolomite Products Company, Inc. was the low bidder with a bid of $2.00/gallon for Tack coat and $66.16 per Ton for asphalt and an estimated total of $77,077.68 to be determined by actual quantities and

Whereas, the Town and Village intend to begin the construction on July 12.

Be it resolved that the Board of Trustees authorizes the Village to award this contract to, Dolomite Products Company, Inc.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Upon the motion made by Trustee Kopp, seconded by Trustee Baldwin, the Village awards the parking lot paving bid as follows:  Whereas, the Village has received three quotes for paving the Village Hall Parking Lot and Whereas, Dolomite Products Company, Inc. provided the lowest quoted budgetary estimate of $17,208.00 to be determined by actual quantities and

Whereas, the Village intend to begin the construction in July.

Be it resolved that the Board of Trustees authorizes the Village to award this contract to, Dolomite Products Company, Inc.   All members present voting in favor.

 

Mr. Gregory continued his report.  He advised that a large sycamore tree had fallen into Chittenango Creek near the Grande on Russell Street.  Walker Tree Service was contacted and due to the concern, that this tree could cause damage during a high-water event the tree was removed.    Continuing, the flood mitigation program is on track with the Lanzafame property, any work will have to wait until the bean planting have been harvested on the land. 

 

Dyke Road Stream Bank Reconstruction nothing additional to report.

 

Purchase Order system was explained to the Board members by Mr. Gregory. 

 

Sewer Upgrade Fee

Ken Greene, resident, asked the Board when the Sewer Upgrade Fee will stop.  The Board discussed the reason for the fee and the planned use of the fee.  This fee will probably continue until the Sewer Plant upgrade bond issue has been paid, at least until 2029. 

 

OSC Training

Mayor Pulver advised the Board that he is planning to attend the NYS Comptroller’s accounting training September 12-14, 2018 in Montgomery, NY.  The registration cost for the training is $85.  He will also need a room for two nights.  He has reserved a room at a rate of $108 per night.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Kopp, seconded by Trustee Baldwin, the Board approves the Mayor attending the Comptroller’s training as outlined above.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Madison Walks Program

Trustee Bough Martin spoke about the Madison County Walks Monday Mile Program.  Representatives will be coming to the next months’ Board meeting to discuss the program.  The Village does have a mile that qualifies for this program.

 

Walker Tree Service

The Mayor would like to appoint Walker Tree Service as the Village arborist.  The Board discussed the appointment recommendation.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Bough Martin, seconded by Trustee Kopp, the Board approves the recommendation for Walker Tree Service as the Village arborist for a term ending March 31, 2019.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Eagle Scout Project

Ben Kingsley appeared before the Board this evening to discuss an Eagle Scout project that he is working on for the Creek walk.  A well has been dug at the Park for use in watering the plants/trees.  Ben is anticipating installation of water lines and water spigots that would facilitate easier watering capability.  He has presented this information to the Trail Committee and has been working with the Lions Club on the plan.  He might need runner crush and stone dust from the Village as part of the installation.  His estimated cost for the materials and project is $600, which he plans to raise through asking local businesses for support and a bottle drive.  The Board thanked Ben for his willingness to do this project.

 

Creek walk CFA Grant

Trustee Bough Martin asked permission to apply for a CFA grant which is through the Canal Corp.  Trustee Bough Martin is working on Phase II and III of the trail system.  She would like authorization to put the grant application together which has a filing date of July 27.  She is not certain of the exact amount at this time.  The scope of work has to be determined.    The Board discussed the information presented this evening.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Bough Martin, seconded by Trustee Kopp, the Board authorizes Trustee Bough Martin to proceed with applying for a CFA grant for the Creek walk project Phase II and Phase III.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Elizabeth Ross – Concern of about visibility

A letter was received from Elizabeth Ross from Naymik Drive.  She expressed concern for a visibility issue at the corner of Naymik and Tuscarora Road; it is difficult to see clearly when turning left or right onto Tuscarora Road.  The letter was given to Mr. Gregory who will look into the issue and report at the next meeting.

 

 

 

 

Updated budget notes

The Mayor advised he has updated the notes he prepared during budget preparation.  He will have copies available shortly for the Board members.

 

Anguish Cemetery – Tuscarora and Tom Tom

A concern was raised recently with site visibility for vehicles turning off Tom Tom Street onto Tuscarora due to some overgrown plants at the Anguish Cemetery.  The Village DPW, upon direction by Trustee Kopp were instructed to trim back the plants that were obstructing the view.  A majority of the plants around the entire perimeter of the stone wall at the cemetery were cut down.  The Yorton’s, who live across the street from the cemetery have been maintaining it.  The Village has visited the Yorton’s and apologized for the cutting of all the plants and expressed the concern that the Village had with the visibility. 

 

Junked Cars

Trustee Kopp expressed the concern about the 120-day time frame for the notification process for junked/abandoned cars in the Village.  She feels that 120 days is too long a period of time to deal with the issue.  Counsel Bell explained that if the Board wished to change the time frame, it would require a local law to make that amendment.   The Board discussed the 120-day requirement currently in place.  It was suggested that this be discussed at the staff meeting about observing and reporting vehicles and having them photographed and noted in the Code file.   

 

BAS Systems – Codes

The Board spoke about the features available in the BAS Program currently used by the Codes Office.  There are many features that are not currently used to their full capacity.  Mayor Pulver spoke to the Board about having an efficiency evaluation for work done in the Codes office. There is a local not for profit that he has used called TDO that conducts two-day evaluations that facilitate team based activity process improvement. 

 

Emergency Contact list – for Continuity of Government

The Mayor spoke about establishing an emergency contact list in the event of an emergency. Trustee Bough Martin stated that there is a contact list protocol in the Village Code Chapter 6 Continuity of Government.  The Code was reviewed.  Order of notification would be as established in the Code, starting with the Mayor, Deputy Mayor, Trustee with the longest time serving as Trustee next and so forth.  Trustee Baldwin will check into possibly setting up a robo call system for notification in the event of an emergency. 

 

Training

The Mayor spoke about needed training for all employees and Village Officials, for Sexual Harassment, Violence in the Workplace and Discrimination.  The Clerk advised that PERMA and OneGroup have programs available for this training.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Bough Martin, seconded by Trustee Baldwin, the Board authorizes and supports the set up of training through PERMA or OneGroup.  All members present voting favor. 

 

Encumbrance

The Mayor spoke about encumbering the OIN money received during last budget year.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Baldwin, seconded by Trustee Kopp the following resolution was moved and adopted with all members present voting in favor.

Whereas, through the efforts of the State of New York, Madison County and the Town of Sullivan, the Village has had the good fortune to receive from Madison County a share of the Oneida Indian Nation Casino Gambling Revenue Sharing payments to New York State in the amount of $183,858. As a result of the receipt of these unbudgeted revenues we have a budget surplus for the Fiscal Year ended 5/31/18 in the amount of $180,381 in account A2725 "Tribal Compact Moneys."

Whereas, the beginning unreserved (unrestricted) fund balance for the General Fund for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 was $1,385,977 and

Whereas, the "Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Budget Workbook" dated 3/27/18 prepared by the Budget Officer Mark Pulver projected that at year-end Unrestricted Fund Balance would increase $105,000 raising estimated Unrestricted Fund Balance for the beginning of Fiscal Year 2018-2019 to $1,385,977 + $105,000 = $1,490,977 and

Whereas, it is the intention of the Village Board of Trustees to spend this $180,381 surplus balance in account A2725 "Tribal Compact Moneys" on selected projects.

Be it resolved that the Board of Trustees are increasing total appropriations for the Fiscal 2017-2018 by the amount of $119,134, increasing budgeted revenues for account A2725 by $180,381 and increasing the appropriation for the expenditure account A1987.4 "Distribution of Host Community Money" by $119,134.

Whereas, after this action estimated Unrestricted Fund Balance for the beginning of Fiscal Year 20182019 will now be $1,490,977 - $119,134 = $1,371,843 and

Whereas, the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget estimates Appropriated Fund Balance in the amount of $415,380 and

Whereas, we can then estimate the Unrestricted Fund Balance for the end of Fiscal Year 2018-2019 as $1,371,843 - $415,380 = $956,463 then

Be it resolved that the Board of Trustees are also modifying the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget, increasing Appropriated Fund Balance for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by $180,381 — 119,134 = $61,247, and appropriating $61,247 from account A913 "Committed Fund Balance" and further appropriating $61,247 for expenditure account A1987.4 "Distribution of Host Community Money".

It is further resolved to reverse earlier budget modifications regarding these selected projects:

Account

 

Debit

Credit

A5182.41

Street Lighting Purchase

 

$70,000

A7140.2

Playground Equipment

$70,000

 

A1990.4

Contingent Account

 

$7500

A6520.42

OzStravaganza

$7500

 

It is further resolved to provide the following budget modifications for the prior purchase in Fiscal Year 2017-2018 of playground equipment for Kirschenheiter Park:

Account                                                                        Debit          Credit

           A1987.4Distribution of Host Community Money$64,934

          A7140.2   Playground Equipment                                           $64,934

Whereas, the Board of Trustees authorized the award of a Contract on April 24, 2018 for boiler improvements to the Waste Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $46,700 and

Whereas, the Board of Trustees wishes to fund this project using Tribal Compact Moneys then

Be it resolved to provide the following budget modifications to fund this project:

Account

GENERAL FUND

Debit

Credit

A1987.4    Distribution of Host Community Money

$46,700

 

A9901.9 Transfers to Other funds SEWER FUND

 

$46,700

G8130.41  Capital

$46,700

 

G5031     Interfund Transfers

 

$46,700

Whereas, the contract for boiler improvements has not been completed

Be it resolved, that account G5031 be encumbered for $46,700 to facilitate payment of the contract during Fiscal Year 2018-2019.

Whereas, at their February meeting the Board of Trustees authorized increased appropriations for OzStravaganza in the amount of $7500 and

Whereas, we reversed the related budget modifications above.

Be it resolved to provide the following budget modifications to fund these expenditures:

Account

 

Debit

Credit

Al987.4

Distribution of Host Community Money

$7500

 

A6520.42

OzStravaganza

 

$7500

Whereas, the Board of Trustees wishes to fund the Trails Development Committee with Tribal Compact Moneys.

Be it resolved to make the following budget modifications to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget:

          Account                                                                Debit          Credit

          A1987.4Distribution of Host Community Money$23,980

          A7110.43  Trails Development                                                $23,980

Whereas, the Board of Trustees wishes to fund OzStravaganza with Tribal Compact Moneys.

Be it resolved to make the following budget modifications to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget:

          Account                                                                Debit           Credit

          A1987.4Distribution of Host Community Money$18000

         A6520.42   OzStravaganza                                             $18000

Whereas, through the efforts of the State of New York, Madison County and the Town of Sullivan, the

Village has had the good fortune to receive from Madison County a share of the Oneida Indian Nation Casino Gambling Revenue Sharing payments to New York State in the amount of $183,858. As a result of the receipt of these unbudgeted revenues we have a budget surplus for the Fiscal Year ended 5/31/18 in the amount of $180,381 in account A2725 "Tribal Compact Moneys."

Whereas, the beginning unreserved (unrestricted) fund balance for the General Fund for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 was $1,385,977 and

Whereas, the "Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Budget Workbook" dated 3/27/18 prepared by the Budget Officer Mark Pulver projected that at year-end Unrestricted Fund Balance would increase $105,000 raising estimated Unrestricted Fund Balance for the beginning of Fiscal Year 2018-2019 to $1,385,977 + $105,000 = $1,490,977 and

Whereas, it is the intention of the Village Board of Trustees to spend this $180,381 surplus balance in account A2725 "Tribal Compact Moneys" on selected projects.

Be it resolved that the Board of Trustees are increasing total appropriations for the Fiscal 2018-2019 by the amount of $119,134, increasing budgeted revenues for account A2725 by $180,381 and increasing the appropriation for the expenditure account A1987.4 "Distribution of Host Community Money" by $119,134.

Whereas, after this action estimated Unrestricted Fund Balance for the beginning of Fiscal Year 20182019 will now be $1,490,977 - $119,134 = $1,371,843 and

Whereas, the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget estimates Appropriated Fund Balance in the amount of $415,380 and

Whereas, we can then estimate the Unrestricted Fund Balance for the end of Fiscal Year 2018-2019 as $1,371,843 - $415,380 = $956,463 then

Be it resolved that the Board of Trustees are also modifying the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget, increasing Appropriated Fund Balance for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 by $180,381 — 119,134 = $61,247, and appropriating $61,247 from account A913 "Committed Fund Balance" and further appropriating $61,247 for expenditure account A1987.4 "Distribution of Host Community Money".

It is further resolved to reverse earlier budget modifications regarding these selected projects:

Account

 

Debit

Credit

A5182.41

Street Lighting Purchase

 

$70,000

A7140.2

Playground Equipment

$70,000

 

A1990.4

Contingent Account

 

$7500

A6520.42

OzStravaganza

$7500

 

It is further resolved to provide the following budget modifications for the prior purchase in Fiscal Year 2017-2018 of playground equipment for Kirschenheiter Park:

        Account                                                                 Debit          Credit

           A1987.4Distribution of Host Community Money$64,934

          A7140.2   Playground Equipment                                           $64,934

Whereas, the Board of Trustees authorized the award of a Contract on April 24, 2018 for boiler improvements to the Waste Water Treatment Plant in the amount of $46,700 and

Whereas, the Board of Trustees wishes to fund this project using Tribal Compact Moneys then

Be it resolved to provide the following budget modifications to fund this project:

Account

GENERAL FUND

Debit

Credit

A1987.4    Distribution of Host Community Money

$46,700

 

A9901.9 Transfers to Other funds SEWER FUND

 

$46,700

G8130.41  Capital

$46,700

 

G5031     Interfund Transfers

 

$46,700

Whereas, the contract for boiler improvements has not been completed

Be it resolved, that account G5031 be encumbered for $46,700 to facilitate payment of the contract during Fiscal Year 2018-2019.

Whereas, at their February meeting the Board of Trustees authorized increased appropriations for OzStravaganza in the amount of $7500 and

Whereas, we reversed the related budget modifications above.

Be it resolved to provide the following budget modifications to fund these expenditures:

Account

 

Debit

Credit

Al987.4

Distribution of Host Community Money

$7500

 

A6520.42

OzStravaganza

 

$7500

Whereas, the Board of Trustees wishes to fund the Trails Development Committee with Tribal Compact Moneys.

Be it resolved to make the following budget modifications to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget:

          Account                                                                Debit          Credit

          A1987.4Distribution of Host Community Money$23,980

          A7110.43  Trails Development                                                $23,980

Whereas, the Board of Trustees wishes to fund OzStravaganza with Tribal Compact Moneys.

Be it resolved to make the following budget modifications to the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget:

          Account                                                                Debit           Credit

          A1987.4Distribution of Host Community Money$18000

         A6520.42   OzStravaganza                                             $18000

 

Capital Fund Enabling Resolutions

Some draft resolutions were prepared for Capital Projects by Counsel Bell.  Some of the resolutions are done by resolution only, but some are subject to permissive referendum.   The Board members were each given a copy to review and comment at the next meeting to see if these are what the Village intends for the capital funds. 

 

Long Term Plan

The Mayor commented that his plan is to write the long-term plan for Fund Balance for the Village this year.

 

July Mayor’s Meeting

Upon the motion made by Trustee Bough Martin, seconded by Trustee Horning, the Board authorizes pre-payment for the July 2018 Mayor’s Association Dinner meeting for any Board member wishing to attend.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Madison County Website

Trustee Baldwin stated she has not had the opportunity to connect with Madison County about upgrading the Village’s website.  She has spoken with Debra Thayer in the Clerk’s Office about the existing site and about the updates. Trustee Baldwin will contact the County and set up a meeting to discuss the options available.

 

Street Lighting

The Mayor advised that he is awaiting information from National Grid in regard to the new tariff language.  The rates should come through better this time and be more attractive to pursue by the Village. 

 

Town of Manlius Sewer

Nothing additional to report this evening.

 

Valley Acres – Drainage diversion ditch

Nothing additional to report this evening.

 

Downtown Revitalization Working Group

Nothing to report this evening.

 

Kirschenheiter Park Camera

The Mayor reported that the camera is working at the Park.  It might need some adjustment to capture a little better angle of parts of the Park.  The DPW will be trimming some of the tree limbs and shrubbery for better imagery as well.

 

Deb Thayer – vacation

The Mayor reported that Mrs. Thayer had inquired about vacation.   The Board discussed the language in the non-negotiated contract.  Mrs. Thayer would be allowed to use vacation time on the anniversary of her start date, which is in August.  Board discussed the information.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Bough Martin, seconded by Trustee Baldwin, Mrs. Thayer will be allowed to use her earned vacation time which would be accrued until her August start date.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Tick Signs

Trustee Bough Martin stated there are tick signs available through the County Health Department.  Signs will be placed at the Creek walk, Village Parks, including Kirschenheiter and along the trail.  If there are any extra signs, they will be given to Trustee Horning to distribute at the Town of Sullivan if they wish to post them. 

 

Abstracts

General # 13 $65,353.02 vouchers 846-891 – Upon the motion made by Trustee Bough Martin, seconded by Trustee Horning, General Abstract #13 approved as outlined above.  All members present voting in favor.

Sewer #13 $14497.99 vouchers 220-229 – Upon the motion made by Trustee Bough Martin, seconded by Trustee Horning, Sewer Abstract #13 approved for payment as outlined above.  All members present voting in favor.

General #1 $119829.26 vouchers 1-54 – Upon the motion made by Trustee Baldwin, seconded by Trustee Kopp, General Abstract #1 approved for payment as outlined above.  All members present voting in favor.

Sewer #1 $22,667.55 vouchers 1-9 - Upon the motion made by Trustee Horning, seconded by Trustee Kopp, Sewer Abstract #1 approved for payment as outlined above.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Budget Modifications

The Mayor presented the following budget modifications:

A1010.1                Board of Trustees           increase      133.82

A1010.4                Board of Trustees           increase      359.05

A1210.42              Mayor                             increase      169.40

A1210.43              Mayor                             increase      693.31

A1410.1                Village Clk/Treas           increase      1499.87

A1410.45              Village Clk/Treas           increase      2244.34

A1420.45              Attorney                         increase      4484.06

A1340.1                Budget Officer                decrease      1877.51

A1410.2                Village Clk/Treas           decrease      1485.48

A1320.4                Auditor                           decrease      2000.00

A1440.41              Consultants                   decrease      3075.00

A1440.4                Engineer                        decrease      1145.86

A3120.11              Police                             increase      1979.95

A3120.43              Police                             increase      4353.86

A3120.45              Police                             increase      2732.65

A3120.46              Police                             increase      1003.20

A3120.48              Police                             increase      10162.75

A3120.2                Police                             decrease      3835.19

A3120.1                Police                             decrease      16397.22

A5110.1                Street                             increase      15622.63

A5110.11              Street                             decrease      3932.23

A5110.47              Street                             decrease      11690.40

A7110.41              Parks                              increase      15.60

A7110.42              Parks                              decrease      15.60

 

G1410.1               Clerk/Treas                    increase      4225.29

G8130.43             STP                                increase      1954.04

G1440.4               Engineer                        increase      2078.50

G8130.4               STP                                increase      2148.00

G8130.47             STP                                increase      14.91

G9030.8               Social Security               increase      240.53

G1010.4               Board of Trustees           decrease      875.00

G1340.1               Budget Officer                decrease      418.53

G1340.4               Budget Officer                decrease      500.00

G1420.45             Attorney                         decrease      2184.50

G8130.49             STP                                decrease      6683.24

Upon the motion made by Trustee Baldwin, seconded by Trustee Bough Martin, budget modifications as outlined above approved.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Next meeting

The next meeting of the Board will be July 24, 2018.

 

Executive Session

Upon the motion made by Trustee Baldwin, seconded by Trustee Kopp, the Board went into Executive Session to discuss legal matters, with action to be taken after the Executive Session.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Upon the motion made by Trustee Kopp, seconded by Trustee Baldwin, the Board came out of Executive Session at 10:35 p.m. with no action being taken during the Session.  All members present voting in favor.

 

Purchase Offer – Chittenango DG, LLC property – Tuscarora Road

Trustee Bough Martin spoke to the Board in regard to entering into negotiations for the purchase of property owned by Chittenango DG, LLC (property adjacent to the Dollar General) on Tuscarora Road and adjacent to Chittenango Creek as part of the Phase III trail project and based upon a recent appraisal done by Harlan Lavine Appraisers.  Upon the motion made by Trustee Bough Martin, seconded by Trustee Horning, the Village to enter into negotiations for the purchase of the Chittenango DG, LLC property on Tuscarora Road.  All members present voting in favor.

 

With no further business, meeting adjourned at 10:40 p.m.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

Jill A. Doss

Village Clerk-Treasurer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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