Meeting Schedules

July 15, 2003

July 15, 2003

 

Town Board Minutes

A regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the Cortlandt Town Board was conducted on Tuesday, July 15, 2003 in the Vincent F. Nyberg meeting room of the Cortlandt Town Hall, One Heady Street, Cortlandt Manor, NY (10567) with the following elected officials and appointed staff in attendance:

LINDA D. PUGLISI Supervisor

FRANCIS X. FARRELL Councilmember

ANN LINDAU Councilmember

JOHN E. SLOAN Councilmember

Absent: JOSEPH D. CERRETO Councilmember

(due to military service)

Also present: JO-ANN DYCKMAN Town Clerk

THOMAS WOOD, ESQ. Town Attorney

GLENN CESTARO Comptroller

KATHLEEN BURLESON DES/Director

JEFF TKACS DES/Coor. of Safety & Sec.

EDWARD VERGANO DOTS/Director

ROSEMARIE B. LASHER DOTS/Asst. to Dir.

PETER McMILLAN Purchasing Director

CLAUDIA VAHEY Human Res. Dir.

CATHERINE M. HOFFMAN Dep. Town Clerk

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MEETING CALLED to ORDER

Supervisor Puglisi called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.

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PLEDGE to the FLAG

The Pledge of Allegiance was led by scouts from the following troops:

Brownie Troop #2386 from Van Cortlandtville Elementary School,

Junior Scout Troop #1347 from Copper Beach Middle School,

Senior Scout Troop #2050 from Walter Panas High School.

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SUPERVISOR’S REPORTS on PROJECTS and ISSUES

Supervisor Puglisi reported on her meeting last evening with T. Wood, Town Attorney, and several tenants from the Amberlands complex to discuss the landlord’s proposed large hike in rent. The Town Board is very concerned about such a large hike and will do everything they can to assist the tenants. A Public Hearing will be scheduled to establish an Emergency Tenant Protection Act and also the Tenant Landlord Advisory Board.

This will enable the Town Board to mediate with the landlord and work on the tenants’ behalf.

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Through all of the proceedings dealing with the proposed Hollowbrook Golf Course Town Board members have been under the premise that the course is privately owned and will be open to the public. She said that was made perfectly clear last night to the partners at a joint meeting with Planning Board members.

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July 15, 2003

Town Board Minutes

SUPERVISOR’S REPORTS, (cont.)

The economy in the Town of Cortlandt is doing very well. Town taxes have not been increased for twelve years; forty-five million dollars worth of capital improvements have been done during this twelve-year period of time. There are sufficient funds in our savings account, (approximately Twelve Million Dollars) that can be utilized for emergencies that may arise or special projects that may come up. We are also able to hire. This summer we’ve hired about two hundred young people to assist with the camps, pool, lake and help with some of the other projects.

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ROLL CALL

On a roll call attendance taken by Town Clerk Jo-Ann Dyckman, all Town Board members indicated their presence with the exception of Councilmember Cerreto whose absence was due to military service.

Supervisor Puglisi noted that Councilman Cerreto is still in Iraq defending our nation and it is her belief that he will be there for several more months.

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TOWN BOARD REPORTS

Councilmember Sloan referred to his discussion at last month’s Town Board meeting regarding group homes. The Town Attorney had been requested to issue a Freedom of Information request to the Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities. That has been received and it itemizes fourteen current applications within Westchester County for group homes. Three of those fourteen are in Cortlandt. There is no other community in Westchester that has more than one group home. The only group homes that are south of Route 287 are in the cities of New Rochelle and Yonkers. He said this is regrettably a problem that we’re going to see again. One of the reasons is that the state, in supporting the acquisition of these homes, pays only up to a certain amount, $47,500.00 towards buying these homes. This lets out communities like South Salem, Chappaqua and lets in areas like Cortlandt. As we get other requests the Town will take certain steps to make it known that we don’t care to be victimized by this type of economic opportunity

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Councilman Sloan underscored the Supervisor’s remarks about the Hollowbrook Golf Course, saying what was proposed by the owners last night clearly represents a change of use, something that will not be tolerated by the Town. The Town expects a significant portion of access to the Hollowbrook Golf Course for our citizens. That is how it was originally proposed.

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Councilmember Lindau concurred with the Supervisor’s remarks about Town taxes and she feels it is due not only to the board but also to the Controller, as well as staff.

A new agreement will be signed with the cable television company in September and approximately a month after the signing senior citizens will receive a discount of eleven to twelve percent on their basic cable service.

 

TOWN BOARD REPORTS, (cont.)

Councilmember Farrell reiterated what the Supervisor and Councilmember Sloan said about the Hollowbrook Golf Course, saying the board was very disappointed that the developer changed his mind at the last possible moment and now tends to have a private golf course that would largely be beyond the reach of the average Cortlandt resident. He’s proposing a $25,000 initiation fee and $7,000 a year dues and that’s not what the Town Board was supporting. He said he’s still not certain that the developers will change this – they’re suggesting that economic conditions in the wake of 9/11 have something to do with their change of plans. The Town Board will not stand for this, it’s not acceptable. This will unfold over the next few months and hopefully all entities will come to some meeting of the minds, but Councilman Farrell said he is not of the mind to compromise.

Councilman Farrell referred to the many people in the audience, saying it is his understanding that they are present to discuss the high rent increase at Amberlands. He said he doesn’t feel it’s fair for a landlord to take advantage of people and to impose rent increases that are so out of line with cost of living increases. He said he does not want Cortlandt to be the kind of community that is exclusive, less diverse, to have housing that is unaffordable to working people. Anything the Town Board can do to create a climate where everyone can afford to live here, to raise their families here the board is one hundred percent in favor of.

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APPROVAL of the MINUTES

Councilmember Sloan moved that the minutes of the regular meeting of June 10, 2003 be accepted as presented by Town Clerk Dyckman, seconded by Councilmember Lindau with all voting AYE.

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PUBLIC HEARING

(A complete transcript of the following Public Hearing is on file in the Office of the Town Clerk.)

Reconvene a public hearing conducted on June 10, 2003 for consideration of various amendments to Chapter 307 of the Zoning Code.

Supervisor Puglisi reconvened the Public Hearing at 7:50 p.m.

T. Wood said this proposal would add to the Zoning Ordinance of the Town Code various definitions which have been reviewed by the Planning Board and the Zoning Board and have really come up over the last few years under our Zoning Ordinance as areas that needed further clarification. The Town Board wishes to discuss a few more of these so this evening they are going to adjourn the Public Hearing until August for consideration of the amendments with the exception of two definitions. Those are definitions with respect to "contractor’s yard" and "contractor’s yard in residential zones". It is his understanding the board will adopt those two definitions this evening.

Supervisor Puglisi said the Zoning Board of Appeals had asked that the Town Board define this for them so that they will have a very firm definition when those issues come before them.

There was no one additional who wished to speak and Councilmembers Lindau and Farrell moved that the Public Hearing be adjourned to August 12, 2003, at 7:54 p.m. with all voting AYE.

PUBLIC HEARING, (cont.)

Councilmember Lindau then moved for adoption of the following resolutions, seconded by Councilmember Farrell:

RESOLUTION NO. 222-03 – Adopt a negative declaration for the following two definitions in Chapter 307 of the Zoning Code.

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RESOLUTION NO. 223-03 – Adopt definitions for "contractor’s yard" and "contractor’s yard in residential zones" in Chapter 307 of the Zoning Code.

There was no additional discussion. All voted AYE.

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HEARING of CITIZENS, (agenda items only)

Speaker: Dennis Hanratty

Executive Director of Mt. Vernon United Tenants

Subject: Read from Emergency Tenants Protection Act relative to rent increase at Amberlands.

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Speaker: Carol Geena, 22 Baltic Place, Apt. 3U

Subject: 26% increase in rent at Amberlands.

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Speaker: Linda Kataldo, 22 Baltic Place, Apt. 2R

Subject: Resident of Amberlands for 16 years. Rent increase of $150 per

month. Additional $350 for security.

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Speaker: Joseph Powd

Subject: Resident of Amberlands for 31 years.

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Speaker: Mark Capatelli, 11 Scenic Drive, Apt. L

Subject: Very pleased with the Town’s enthusiasm and concern relative to

Amberlands rent increases and hope they follow through with help to

residents.

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Speaker: Jack McClerkin, 26 Scenic Drive, Apt. S

Subject: Faulty plumbing wherein washer backs up into toilet flooding living

room; parking lot in disrepair; filthy conditions.

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Speaker: Ed Schalinsky, 19 Scenic Drive, Apt. U

Subject: Paid $!,000 rent in 1998. Had $300 in various raises since that time.

Just received new lease with substantial increase.

 

 

HEARING of CITIZENS, (agenda items)

Speaker: Jack Bank, Building 30, Apt. S.

Subject: Additional issues at Amberlands of parking spaces, poorly lit parking,

dumpsters overflow with rats running around. Dirty hallways.

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Supervisor Puglisi told the Amberlands’ residents present that all of the issues will be addressed. Initially the rent hike will be addressed. She recommended that a list of complaints be compiled so they can be addressed at the appropriate time once we get through the rent hike issue.

Councilman Farrell said some of these issues could be investigated by Code Enforcement.

Supervisor Puglisi said if there are health issues, the W. County Health Department can be involved. She said she understands that there is a garbage container in one of the fire lanes and that is illegal and will have to be corrected immediately.

She said a group of residents should be selected to represent the other residents on a Tenant/Landlord Advisory Board to be selected, perhaps one for each building.

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Speaker: Unknown.

Subject: West Nile virus. Pool at Amberlands has been closed down and has

weeds growing in standing water.

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Speaker: Emma Brooks, Amberlands

Subject: Very difficult for young people to live in this community.

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Speaker: Peggy Lynch, 31 I Amberlands.

Subject: Two year lease with 15% rent increases each year. Increase of almost

$200 for security. No other complaints.

Speaker: Unidentified.

Subject: Following last night’s work session with the Town Board she had gone

building to building giving notice of tonight’s meeting when she felt

threatened by one of owners who came up behind her and told her to

"get out of here." Many residents are afraid of retribution by owners.

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Speaker: John Conte, Shipley Park Homeowners’ Association.

Subject: Thanked Town Board and Town Attorney for all their assistance

with regard to the proposed 2 Douglas Mowbray Road group home which application has subsequently been withdrawn.

 

REPORTS

Councilmember Farrell moved that the following monthly reports be received and ordered filed, seconded by Councilmember Sloan, all voting AYE:

May, 2003 - DES/Office of Aging.

June, 2003 - DOTS/Water, Purchasing Department, DES/Office of Aging, Town

Justices, Town Clerk.

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OLD BUSINESS

Correspondence:

Councilmembers Sloan and Lindau moved that the following documents be received and ordered filed and the resolutions be adopted, as indicated:

Petitions requesting Westchester County return the following parcels to the Peekskill Sanitary Sewer District:

    1. Section 33.12; Block 3; Lot 26 located on Dimond Avenue – from Headley
    2. Simpson.

    3. Section 44.8; Block 4; Lots 13 and 14 located at 3 Hill & Dale Avenue

from Jesse Stackhouse.

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Reports with respect to the following requests to purchase Town property. Refer to the Legal Department for processing.

    1. Section 24.19; Block 1; Lot 27 adjacent to 69 Baron de Hirsch Road

(Laura Marsiglia).

b. Portion of paper road known as Fifth Street (Robert Stinson).

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Petitions from residents within the proposed Tamarack Sewer District.

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Report from DES regarding Oregon Road and "no parking" signs on Beverly Road.

RESOLUTION NO. 224-03 – RE: Amend Vehicle and Traffic Code to provide for "no parking" on Beverly Road.

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Report from DES regarding traffic issues on Dogwood Road.

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Report from DES on proposed closing of the seasonal highway portion of Montrose Station Road. Schedule a Public Hearing for August 12, 2003 to consider closing seasonal highway portion of Montrose Station Road. REMOVED.

 

 

OLD BUSINESS, (cont.)

Report from the New York State Comptroller’s Office with respect to their June 19, 2003 review.

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Letters from the Supervisor to various officials with respect to Battery Place access.

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Letter from the Supervisor to the owners of Chapel Hill, Peekskill, requesting they remove all directional signs on Lafayette Avenue to that development.

Discussion: Supervisor Puglisi stated there are two large developments on the Town’s borders; Chapel Hill and Woods III. There have been ongoing issues about the traffic from those developments which uses our suburban roads, particularly Lafayette Avenue. Now that Chapel Hill has been constructed, it is found that the developer is putting directional signs up on Lafayette Avenue and that is not acceptable.

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Letter from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to the Attorney General of Connecticut with respect to Indian Point.

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Technology Security Policy received from Director of Purchasing/Technology.

RESOLUTION NO. 225-03 – RE: Adopt Technology Security Policy.

Discussion: Councilmember Sloan commended the people involved in preparation of this excellent document, notably Peter McMillan, Melissa Hoffman and T. Wood.

There was no additional discussion. All voted AYE.

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NEW BUSINESS

Correspondence:

Councilmember Lindau moved that the following documents be received and ordered filed and that the resolutions be adopted, as indicated, seconded by Councilmember Farrell:

Letters from the following with respect to rent and management issues at Amberlands complex. Refer, also, to the Legal Department:

    1. Karen Frey of 29 Scenic Drive, Apartment E.
    2. Michael Migliaccio of 29 Scenic Drive, Apartment F.
    3. Alan M. Kestin of 29 Scenic Drive, Apartment U.

 

NEW BUSINESS, (cont.)

Memo from the Supervisor with respect to establishing a Tenant/Landlord Advisory Board. Refer to DOTS/Planning and Legal for comments. AMENDED to the following:

RESOLUTION NO. 226-03 – RE: Schedule a Public Hearing to establish a Tenant/Landlord Advisory Board.

RESOLUTION NO. 227-03 – RE: Schedule a Public Hearing to consider adoption of the Emergency Tenant Protection Act.

Discussion: Supervisor Puglisi said these Public Hearings will be given the appropriate legal notification in the newspapers and they will be held in the Vincent F. Nyberg Meeting Room on August 12, 2003 at 7:30 p.m.

There was no further discussion. All voted AYE.

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Councilmember Lindau then moved that the following documents be received and ordered filed, seconded by Councilmember Farrell :

Letters from the following regarding parking issues on Route 202 in the vicinity of Gymnastic City. Refer, also, to the NYSDOT, State Police and Fire Advisory Board:

    1. Jacqui Seidler, 6 Evergreen Road.
    2. Daniel Sadofsky, 6 Rick Lane.

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Letter dated June 8, 2003 from the Verplanck Board of Fire Commissioners with respect to closing of Sixth Street access to the river. Refer, also, to the Legal Department.

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Letter dated June 20, 2003 from the Hendrick Hudson School District athletic office requesting consideration of their use of the proposed Hollowbrook golf course.

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Letter from Valerie Borra, 15 Fox Hill Road, regarding her retaining wall and the Rabbitt property where there is pool construction. Refer to DOTS/Code Enforcement.

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Letter dated June 24, 2003 from the Taconic Cyclones to the Lakeland School District with respect to the Shrub Oak Athletic Club and the use of school fields. Refer, also, to DES/Recreation.

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Letter dated June 17, 2003 from Patricia McHugh, 62 East Mt. Airy Road with respect to speeding traffic on Mt. Airy Road, East and West. Refer, also, to DES and the Traffic Safety Committee

 

NEW BUSINESS, (cont.)

Letter dated June 24, 203 from Hollowbrook Water Watch, a recently formed environmental group dedicated to protecting the Hollowbrook watershed. Refer to DOTS.

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Letter dated June 6, 2003 from Stewart Schwadron, 42 Lakeview Avenue, West with respect to water on Lakeview Avenue, West. Refer, also, o DOTS/Code Enforcement.

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Letter from Andrew Fischer, 24 Knollwood Road, dated June 5, 2003 requesting the Town Code be amended regarding tool sheds. Refer to DOTS/Code Enforcement.

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Letter from the Region 3 Forest Practice Board with respect to an Open Space Plan for New York State.

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Letter dated July 1, 2003 from Isabel Tomlinson, Quarry Acres, regarding drainage issues in her area. Refer, also to DES and DOTS.

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Letter from Hollowbrook Lake Association requesting lake restoration. Refer, also, to Legal, DOTS and DES.

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Letter dated July 8, 2003 from Scenic Hudson with respect to riverfront property available for conservation purchase. Refer, also, to the Legal Department, DOTS, Engineering and Planning.

There was no additional discussion. All voted AYE.

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RESOLUTIONS

(All resolutions adopted at this meeting are to be found in full context affixed to the end of this document.)

Councilmember Farrell moved for adoption of the following resolutions, seconded by Councilmember Sloan:

RESOLUTION NO. 228-03 – RE: Appoint Donna White to the title Senior Recreation Leader per Civil Service procedure.

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RESOLUTION NO. 229-03 – RE: Appoint Steven Ferreira to the title Senior Civil Engineer per Civil Service procedure.

 

RESOLUTIONS, (cont.)

RESOLUTION NO. 230-03 – RE: Appoint Virginia Kearns as Program Supervisor for Nor-West.

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RESOLUTION NO. 231-03 – RE: Appoint one food service staff member to the Office for the Aging.

Discussion: Supervisor Puglisi reported there are about thirty applicants for this position.

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RESOLUTION NO. 232-03 – RE: Appoint additional seasonal employees for DES.

Discussion: Supervisor Puglisi said this is for two seasonal employees to assist the Town with various projects.

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RESOLUTION NO. 233-03 – RE: Appoint Laura Lee Keating as a seasonal to be employed at the Tollhouse.

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Appoint a member to the PRC Advisory Board to fill a vacancy. REMOVED FROM AGENDA.)

Discussion: Supervisor Puglisi explained this removal because the Town is considering adding additional members to the Advisory Board.

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RESOLUTION NO. 234-03 – RE: Appoint James Winters as a member of the Safety Committee to fill a vacancy.

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RESOLUTION NO. 235-03 – RE: Authorize a referendum to be held Tuesday, September 23, 2003 with respect to a Service Award Program for the Cortlandt Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

There was no additional discussion. All voted AYE.

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Councilmember Sloan then moved for adoption of the following resolutions, seconded by Councilmember Lindau:

Adopt a policy requiring all applicants to the Planning and Zoning Boards be current with taxes. (REMOVED)

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RESOLUTION NO. 236-03 – RE: Resolution in support of Teatown Lake Reservation Inc. applying for a grant under the Environmental Protection Fund.

 

RESOLUTIONS, (cont.)

RESOLUTION NO. 237-03 – RE: Authorize a contract for land surveying services with respect to the Route 9A sidewalk project.

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RESOLUTION NO. 238-03 – RE: Authorize the Director of Technical Services to enter into a Professional Service Agreement with respect to design services at the Annsville Creek Marsh Path.

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RESOLUTION NO. 239-03 – RE: Authorize an Agreement with the Croton/Cortlandt Center for the Arts with respect to cultural services and a matching grant.

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RESOLUTION NO. 240-03 – RE: Authorize Fireworks Permits to Zambelli Fireworks MFG. Co. on behalf of Peekskill Celebration 2003.

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RESOLUTION NO. 241-03 – RE: Authorize the closing of certain streets in Verplanck from July 17, 2003 to July 20, 2003 for the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Festival.

Discussion: Supervisor Puglisi said everybody goes to this wonderful feast on the banks of the Hudson River. It’s for a good cause and a lot of fun with families.

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RESOLUTION NO. 242-03 – RE: Authorize a fireworks permit for the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Festival.

There was no additional discussion. All voted AYE.

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Councilmember Lindau then moved for adoption of the following resolutions, seconded by Councilmember Farrell:

Amend the V. & T. Code and authorize DES to install stop signs at the intersection of Old Oregon Road and Red Mill Road. (REMOVED.)

Discussion: Supervisor Puglisi said we didn’t have any data on this item to corroborate a vote. It is still under consideration.

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RESOLUTION NO. 243-03 – RE: Adopt an Order and Consent with respect to the dedication of Sonoma and Napa Roads.

There was no additional discussion. All voted AYE.

 

RESOLUTIONS, (cont.)

Councilmembers Lindau and Farrell moved for the adoption of the following resolution:

RESOLUTION NO. 244-03 – RE: Schedule a Public Hearing for September 16, 2003 to consider amending Local Law No. 8-02 to extend the building moratorium to March 31, 2004.

A polled vote of the board taken by Town Clerk Dyckman resulted in the following:

Councilmember Sloan No,

Supervisor Puglisi Yes,

Councilwoman Lindau Yes,

Councilmember Farrell Yes.

The motion was declared adopted.

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Councilmember Lindau then moved for adoption of the following resolutions, seconded by Councilmember Farrell:

RESOLUTION NO. 245-03 – RE: Accept a Letter of Credit in the amount of $2,000 in accordance with Planning Board Resolution No. 18-03 for Wal-Mart.

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RESOLUTION NO. 246-03 – RE: Accept security in the amount of $2,000 from Geis Auto Mall, Westbrook Drive and Route 6, in accordance with Planning Board Resolution No. 19-03.

There was no additional discussion. All voted AYE.

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ADDITIONS to the AGENDA

Councilmember Farrell moved that the following items of business be added to the agenda, seconded by Councilmember Sloan with all voting AYE:

Correspondence:

Councilmembers Farrell and Sloan moved that the following items be received and ordered filed and the resolutions be adopted:

Report from DOTS/Engineering relative to 197 Fifth Street, Verplanck.

RESOLUTION NO. 247-03 – Schedule Public Hearing for August 12, 2003 with respect to proposed demolition of structure at 197 Fifth Street.

Discussion: Councilmember Farrell said it saddens him to have to take this drastic action, however, the property has been allowed to deteriorate to the condition where it creates an unsafe situation, inviting squatters, animals and danger to the neighborhood. The property owner still has the opportunity to meet with our DOTS personnel to discuss plans to bring this property back to a safe condition. Barring that, the Town has no option but to proceed.

Supervisor Puglisi said the owners will get notice from the Town and she is hopeful they will come forward and clean the property up expeditiously.

 

ADDITIONS to the AGENDA, (cont.)

Letter from Economic Challenge Committee regarding Lakeland Acres golf course.

Discussion: Supervisor Puglisi said the Co-chairs of this committee, Ray Reber and Councilwoman Ann Lindau, sent this letter which was copied last night to the Planning Board and it is very helpful.

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RESOLUTION NO. 248-03 – RE: Authorize the NYS Environmental Facilities Corp. to be lead agency with respect to the acquisition of property by Teatown Lake Reservation and financing through the Cleanwater State Revolving Fund. Refer to the CAC and Master Plan Committee for their information.

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RESOLUTION NO. 249-03 – RE: Schedule a Public Hearing for August 12, 2003 to consider amending Chapter 33 of the Town Code to provide for adding one member to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.

There was no additional discussion. All voted AYE.

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Councilmembers Farrell and Lindau moved to adopt the following:

RESOLUTION NO. 250-03 – RE: Authorize a service contract for the Town website.

A polled vote of the board taken by Town Clerk Dyckman resulted in the following:

Councilmember Sloan Recused,

Supervisor Puglisi Yes,

Councilmember Lindau Yes,

Councilmember Farrell Yes.

The motion was declared adopted

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Councilmembers Farrell and Sloan moved to adopt the following:

RESOLUTION NO. 251-03 – RE: Appoint temporary staff for DOTS/Code Enforcement. (Subject to approval of the DOTS Director.

Discussion: Supervisor Puglisi said this appointment will be for a three month period to assist with some of the workload.

There was no further discussion. All voted AYE.

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BUDGET TRANSFERS

NONE.

 

REPORTS fromVARIOUS DEPARTMENTS

NONE.

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REPORTS from STANDING and SPECIAL COMMITTEES

NONE.

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HEARING of CITIZENS, (second)

NONE.

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ADJOURNMENT

Councilmember Lindau moved that the meeting be adjourned at 8:40 p.m., seconded by Councilmember Farrell. All voted AYE.

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

JO-ANN DYCKMAN,

Town Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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