Town Board Work Session
October 8, 2013
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1. Competition Carting
The Board agreed to grant the company a license, at a cost of $10, to allow it to erect a security gate across Richard Place, town owned land that's a paper road off Front Street that provides access to the site where the company parks its garbage trucks.
2. Building permit fees
The Board will consider legislation eliminating the need for renewing expired building permits for certain “open” building permits, i.e., permits where no COs have been issued.
3. Highway garage – Phase II Environmental Study
The Board unanimously approved spending up to $20,000 to conduct a Phase II Environmental Study of the site.
4. Donation of park equipment
Accepted a donation of park grooming equipment for Legacy Fields from three town athletic clubs.
The Board unanimously approved a 180 day extension to the temporary certificate of occupancy while the applicant works out final details of a revised site plan.
6. Dog Park (Sylvan Glen Paw Park)
The Board unanimously approved the use of $22,537 from the Trust and Agency Fund (recreation fee money paid by developers) for the dog park. While $4,537 will pay for the consultant who studied the presence of turtles on the site, the remaining $18,000 will be used for fencing.
The Board decided to sell the five houses it has taken in rem, along with some vacant parcels. Other parcels will be kept as parkland, removed from the assessment roll for road widening purposes, or offered to abutting property owners.
Awarded a bid to Meyer Contracting Corp. for the renovation of the Children’s Room.
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