A Work Session of the Clarence Town Board was held February 25, 2004 at Clarence Town Hall, One Town Place, Clarence, NY.
Supervisor Hallock called the meeting to order at 6:03 P.M. Members of the Town Board present were Council Members’ Ian McPherson, Scott Bylewski, Joseph Weiss and Bernard Kolber. Other Town Officials present were Deputy Supervisor Anne Case, Director of Community Development James Callahan, Town Attorney Steven Bengart, Town Engineer Joseph Latona, Senior Building Inspector David Metzger, Parks Crew Chief John Burns and General Crew Chief James Burkard.
Motion by Supervisor Kathleen Hallock, second by Councilman Kolber to enter into Executive Session pursuant to §105 (1)D of the Opening Meetings law to discuss pending litigation. Upon roll call - Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried. Councilman Bylewski did not stay for the Executive Session.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Kolber to adjourn the Executive Session at 6:50 P.M. Upon roll call - Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Director of Community Development James Callahan
In lighten 9545 Main Street
Arup Sen 9141 Main Street
Hayes Fish Company 8900 Main Street
Robert Sanderson III 7437 Transit Road
Spaulding Greens Development – Domenic Piestrak
United Rentals 4811 Transit Road
Supervisor Kathleen Hallock
Supervisor Hallock will make a motion to establish capitalization policy for GASB #34 (Governmental Accounting Standard Board) purposes. This is a recommendation from the auditor.
Supervisor Hallock will make a motion to establish Capital Improvement Program Committee. The motion states one Town Board member other than the Supervisor. Councilman McPherson stated that he is interested in being on the committee.
Supervisor Hallock will make a motion to appoint four applicants to the Bi-Centennial Committee; all applications were reviewed by the Town Board. Supervisor Hallock has also received four more applications that everyone received copies of.
Chet Franasiak from Eastern Hills Mall e-mailed Supervisor Hallock to announce that they are going to have the rededication of the Food Court at the mall around the end of March. The invitation is extended to all Town Board members.
Bob Rogers from Amtek will be at the department head meeting scheduled for Friday, February 28, 2004.
Supervisor Hallock announced that she will be meeting with Niagara Insurance Group on Friday.
Supervisor Hallock has two items to discuss in Executive Session.
Councilman McPherson will set a Public Hearing to consider the purchase of real property located at 10000 Clarence Center Road for recreation purposes from the Clarence Central School District.
American Legion Post 838 is requesting permission to parade on Main Street on May 31, 2004, Memorial Day.
Councilman McPherson received a report from NYSEG regarding power outage interruptions.
Councilman McPherson has a Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to sign a sanitary sewer easement between National Fuel Gas and Heise Brookhaven Sewage Works Corporation regarding the Heise-Brookhaven sewer line installation. National Fuel would like the Town of Clarence on the easement as well.
Councilman McPherson will comment on the NYS Department of Transportation meeting he had with the Clarence Hollow Association.
Councilman McPherson has two items to discuss in Executive Session.
Town Attorney Bengart sent a letter to DEC regarding soil contamination. Councilman McPherson inquired as to whether or not a response was received back. Town Attorney Bengart has not received an answer and will send a follow up letter.
Councilman Scott Bylewski
Councilman Bylewski contacted Mike Schreiber from Harris Hill VFC regarding CPR and AED training at the Senior Center. Mr. Schreiber stated that he was never contacted by the Senior Center and they have not done training there in several years.
Today was the deadline for qualifications to be submitted regarding the Public Facilities Ordinance. Two proposals were submitted and copies were distributed to each town board member. The proposals will be discussed at the March 10th meeting. Councilman McPherson suggested contacting the Local Technical Series Department at the state; they specialize in multiple options for land use.
Town Attorney Steve Bengart received correspondence from Computel which was the service reviewing our cable franchise fees and providing an audit upon that. If there was any discrepancy in our favor, Computel would only get paid in that case on a contingency basis. According to Computel’s letter, their audit resulted in no identified discrepancies and therefore, have concluded their audit.
A joint Town Board/Planning Board meeting has been tentatively scheduled for March 31, 2004. In speaking with the Planning Board, they did not have any pressing items that warranted a joint meeting at this time. Supervisor Hallock suggested a meeting with Domenic Piestrak to discuss Spaulding Greens Development. Mr. Piestrak has asked the board what they would like to see in this development and he has expressed an interest in meeting with neighbors in the surrounding areas. Councilman Bylewski stated that if Mr. Piestrak project was to go forward, the idea behind the pro-active Planning Board approach was that he would first come in front of the Town Board, if the Town Board so desired he would then be referred to the Planning Board and then have a public meeting.
Town Engineer Latona stated that Domenic Piestrak has limitations on the number of taps; Mr. Piestrak has purchased up to 350 taps from Mr. Cimato. Director of Community Development James Callahan stated that the Environmental Review says that there potentially could be 500 taps east of Goodrich. If that has occurred, that is an amendment to the SEQRA document. Town Engineer Latona stated that Mr. Piestrak only purchased 350 taps, he could go up to 500 taps but he has to go through the entire SEQRA process.
Councilman Bylewski has several comments regarding the Master Plan annual meeting.
On November 19, 2003 Transit Valley Gardens appeared before the Town Board and was given an approval. Shaun Hopkins has pointed out that there is a discrepancy in the minutes based upon what appears to have been stated and what appears in the minutes. There may have been a problem with the motion but the intent was for the patios to extend (with a maximum of 15’ of depth) from the rear foundation walls of the units. The motion itself had 15 square foot patios built at grade. Councilman Bylewski was not in favor of the project and still is not in favor of the project, he will make a motion clarifying what the motion should read.
Supervisor Hallock stated that last year at budget time, Parks Crew Chief John Burns made a recommendation that we start a review process for charging for park pavilion use. Town Clerk Nancy Metzger also feels it is time to start charging for the pavilions and also consider guidelines and /or policies on bookings. Supervisor Hallock asked Councilman Kolber to work with Parks Crew Chief John Burns and Town Clerk Nancy Metzger on this review.
Councilman Joseph Weiss
Highway Superintendent Ron Witnauer is requesting a transfer of funds for the radio tower.
Councilman Weiss attended the school board meeting on Monday night. There is a problem at Harris Hill School regarding a temporary parking lot. Councilman Weiss and Town Engineer Latona will meet with Mr. Mancusso at the school on Friday.
Councilman Weiss stated that the impact of development on our schools has been discussed and there seems to be a preliminary number. They do not expect much of an increase in the Elementary Schools or the Middle School over the next couple of years. The impact will be at the High School. There is a joint meeting between the Clarence School Board and the Town Board scheduled for March 26, the numbers will be finalized. Councilman Kolber suggested writing to the School Board with a list of the Town Board’s questions and concerns before the scheduled joint meeting.
Town Engineer Latona commented on the picture in the Clarence Bee regarding town highway department plow drivers. Highway Superintendent Witnauer will contact the resident who submitted the picture to the Bee.
Councilman Bernard Kolber
Clarence Baseball President Joe Miano contacted Councilman Kolber requesting permission to place a concession trailer in Meadow Lakes Park for ninety days. They would sell pop and snacks. The Town Board requested more information including size of the trailer, placement, hours of operation, and who will staff it.
In reviewing the town’s invoices, Councilman Kolber noticed several invoices that provide a discount for prompt payment. He is suggesting the accounting office put a request out to all venders to see if they offer a discount for prompt payment.
Town Attorney Steven Bengart
Town Attorney Bengart has the Fox & Company Contract regarding Capital Improvements straightened out, the final draft is being sent out for signatures.
Town Attorney Bengart is still working on the Troy Banks agreement regarding the energy audit.
Steven Murtaugh contacted Town Attorney Bengart about the National Fuel Contract regarding the cost to people in gas light districts.
Town Attorney Bengart stated that we need a procedure in place when the town prosecutor is ill. Mr. Bengart has had to cover for the town prosecutor on two separate occasions and will not be able to fill in this week. The judge feels that the Town Board should hire someone else to take care of this. Some type of process should be put in place such as an assistant or deputy town prosecutor. Town Attorney Bengart will check other towns to see what their procedures are.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Kolber to enter into Executive
Session pursuant to § 105(1) F of the Open Meetings Law to discuss the
employment history of a particular person and matters leading to the discipline
of a particular person.
There being no further business, the Work Session adjourned at 7:30 P.M.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Kolber to adjourn the Executive Session at 7:50 P.M. Upon roll call - Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Regular meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Clarence was held Wednesday, February 25, 2004 at the Clarence Town Hall, One Town Place, Clarence, New York.
Supervisor Kathleen Hallock called the meeting to order at 7:50 P.M. Pledge to the flag was led by Councilman Joseph Weiss, followed by a prayer given by Robert McLean of Community of Christ Church.
Members of the Town Board present were Councilmembers Ian McPherson, Scott Bylewski, Joseph Weiss, Bernard Kolber and Supervisor Hallock. Other Town officials present were Director of Community Development James Callahan, Town Attorney Steven Bengart, Deputy Supervisor Anne Case, Asst. Director of Community Development James Hartz, Assessor David Folger, Parks Crew Chief John Burns, Building Inspector David Metzger and Planning Board Chairman Patricia Powers.
Motion by Councilman Kolber, seconded by Supervisor Hallock to approve the minutes of the previous meeting held February 11, 2004. On the question, Councilman Bylewski had two corrections and one clarification: page 46, 2nd paragraph - “…there is no such default provision…”; page 50 – “Councilman Bylewski suggested he mention that to the liaisons…”; and for clarification, Councilman Bylewski said at the last meeting under “For the Good of the Town”, he stated that the minority population in the Town of Clarence is less than 1%. That is actually the African-American populous of the Town of Clarence is less than 1%. The minority population of the Town of Clarence according to the 2000 Census is approximately 3%. Councilman McPherson had the following corrections: page 42, 2nd last paragraph – “Councilman McPherson announced that the Town and the Clarence School District have reached an agreement in principal, on the Town’s purchase of the Soccer Center property owned by the school district. We will announce the purchase procedure at the next meeting on February 25, 2004.”; and page 46, 1st paragraph – “The sole purpose of the Master Sewer Plan is to provide relief to polluted areas.” Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman McPherson to adopt the
following resolution to Undertake the Planning and Execution of a Capital Improvement
Program (CIP) as follows:
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Weiss to adopt the following
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Kolber to appoint the following people to the Bi-Centennial Committee: Martin Root, 6039 Goodrich Road, David Hormell, 4640 Sawmill Road and Patricia and David Brace, 10897 Main Street. On the question, Supervisor Hallock said when the committee was established we said we wanted someone to represent the Historical Society and David Hormell fills that stipulation. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Supervisor Hallock announced that there will be a meeting March 1, 2004 in the Town Hall auditorium regarding Industrial Development Agency to explain the 0 to 10 Loan Program and other economic development programs. The meeting starts at 7:00 P.M. and the invitation is extended to everyone.
Supervisor Hallock announced that we received another grant from County Legislator Mike Ranzenhofer for new refrigeration units at the Legion Hall.
Supervisor Hallock said that last year at budget time, the Parks Crew Chief made a recommendation that we start a review process for charging for park pavilion use. The Town Clerk has also mentioned that it is appropriate to at least look at charging for pavilions. She has asked Councilman Kolber to work with the Parks Crew Chief and the Town Clerk on this issue. At the same time, they will consider guidelines and policies on bookings. Any changes would be subject to a public hearing.
Motion by Councilman McPherson, seconded by Councilman Kolber to authorize the Supervisor to sign an agreement between Employee Services Inc. and the Town of Clarence reflecting comprehensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP) coverage subject to review and approval by the Town Attorney. On the question, Councilman McPherson said this is for the recently enacted Employee Assistance Program, which allows confidential counseling for Town employees as needed. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman McPherson said for a couple of years now we have been working with
the Clarence School Board in an effort to purchase the land where the soccer
center now is situated. The reason why the Town needs to own that is that we
can’t make improvements on lands that we don’t own. There are improvements
that are needed for the expanding program at the soccer center.
Motion by Councilman McPherson, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to grant permission to American Legion Post #838 to hold their Annual Memorial Day Parade on May 31, 2004 scheduled to start from the Clarence Senior High School at 11:00 a.m. proceeding easterly along Main Street to the Clarence Town Park, 10405 Main St. This year, as in the past, an all out effort will be made to make this day in our national history an outstanding community and memorial event. On the question, Supervisor Hallock said there is a memorial service in the park after the parade. Also, an event is sponsored by the Clarence Hollow Association, which makes for a very nice day. Councilman McPherson added they have a Chivetta’s chicken spread and it is a great afternoon. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman McPherson said we have had a request and he has made a request
of NYSEG to conduct a study of the power outages and interruptions that have
been suffered in the Pine Breeze area. They conducted an analysis of the interruptions
for the last two years and ironically 90% of the issues that took place are
beyond the control of NYSEG. Some of them were: an insulator was shot in the
woods by a gun, lightning burned down wire on Strickler, a car hit a pole on
Strickler, etc. The two items that were NYSEG equipment failure were the switch
on Strickler was stuck open and was arching in heavy rain and a fuse holder
burned up on Keller Road. They also have taken a lot of steps to correct potential
deficiencies to reduce future outages. We are going to try to do this in various
areas of Town so that we can monitor the maintenance they are performing on
Motion by Councilman McPherson, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to authorize the Supervisor to sign a Sanitary Sewer Easement between National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation (Grantor) and the Heise-Brookhaven Sewage Works Corporation and Town of Clarence Sewer District No. 9 (Grantees) regarding the Heise-Brookhaven sewer line installation. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman McPherson said he attended a meeting along with other members of the Board of the Clarence Hollow Association and the Department of Transportation to monitor the efforts of the streetscape, which is being implemented. We determined that the rendering that everyone is following and the contractual documents have some differences in them that have caused a little bit of confusion and a little bit of misunderstanding as to what is exactly going in there. His recommendation has been that Wendel Duchscherer who has been both the consultant for the sewer project and the streetscape upgrade their rendering to coincide with the contractual documents. Once that is done it will take a lot of misinformation off the table.
Councilman Bylewski said we put out a Request for Qualifications for the creation of the Adequate Public Facilities Law or ordinance. We have received some responses. The committee that is to review the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance will take a look at them and hopefully we will have a decision to be made on March 10th.
Councilman Bylewski said previously we had sent out to Computel Consultants for Computel to take a look at the Cable TV Franchise Fee that the Town was receiving from Adelphia to see if there were any discrepancies and according to a February 10th letter from a partner, Thomas Caton of Computel Consultants, “this letter serves to confirm the closure of our cable franchise fee audit for the Town. Their review of the financial data provided by Adelphia Communications, in comparison to the franchise agreement requirements, resulted in no identified discrepancies. “
Councilman Bylewski said tentatively there is scheduled for Wednesday, March 31st, a joint meeting between the Town Board and the Planning Board. Right now we are trying to decide if there are any items for discussion at that meeting but he would like to make a notice to the public that it is still a tentative date. Again, Wednesday, March 31st tentatively is slated for a joint meeting between the Town Board and the Planning Board.
Councilman Bylewski said on November 19th at the Town Board meeting discussion
and a motion was made regarding Transit Valley Gardens. The motion that was
made concerning Transit Valley Gardens was for “Development Plan Approval
for a 47-unit patio home project in the existing Planned Unit Residential Development
(PURD) at 5831 Transit Road with up to 2,000 sq. ft. footprint plus garage,
the road extended through with elimination of cul-de-sac, 15 sq. ft. patio built
at grade and all appropriate fees.” The discrepancy is the 15 sq. ft.
patio built at grade. This was a contested motion, in particular he and the
Supervisor voted against the approval of this project. However, in all fairness,
it is his recollection and the recollection of everybody else that he has spoken
with, that it should not be 15 sq. ft. patio build at grade, but rather should
be a maximum depth of 15 ft. from the rear foundation wall of the unit.
Councilman Weiss received notice from the Highway Department that they have hired two replacement workers effective March 1, 2004. They are: Jeffery Merckel, 9495 Wehrle Drive, and Dennis Raquet, 7070 Goodrich Road both to start March 15, 2004. These are replacement workers for people who have left and both have Commercial Driver’s Licenses.
Motion by Councilman Weiss, seconded by Supervisor Hallock to transfer $2,000 from account A5010.220 and $2,500 from account A5132.454 to account A5132.220 Two Way Radios to cover the cost of upgrading the Highway radio system. On the question, Councilman Weiss the reason for this is to increase the range on the trucks from the extreme distances in the Town. By putting a repeater on our tower, it allows for maximum use coverage. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Weiss said he attended a meeting of the School Board. They have a problem with a temporary parking lot, which seems to be in the way of children crossing to the playground from ball fields where the Town property ends and the School property begins. The citizens would like the Town and the School to work this out for the safety of the children. He will meet with Town Engineer Joseph Latona and Rick Mancuso from the School next week to work on this problem.
Motion by Councilman Kolber, seconded by Councilman McPherson that upon recommendation of Parks Crew Chief John Burns, authorization was given for the purchase of two 2004 4-Wheel Drive Pickup Trucks from State Contract at a cost of $16,435 each. Funds are available in the Parks Budget. The purchase will replace a 1993 and a 1994 4-wheel drive truck, which will be available for the vehicle replacement program. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Kolber said he has a request from the Clarence Baseball Association for a concession trailer to be placed at Meadowlakes Park. The purpose is to raise funds for the association. The Town Board is looking for additional information relative to a photo of the trailer, hours of operation, staffing and insurance. A letter has been sent out to them requesting the information.
Councilman Kolber said one of the things in reviewing the bills for the Town is that some companies offer a discount for prompt payment. He is requesting that the Finance Department, along with the Town Attorney make a request of our vendors to see if they offer discounts. We should take advantage of that especially since we pay in a timely way. The Town Attorney will look into the legal aspect of sending out that request.
Councilman Kolber said the Erie County Public Library has a report out. Some of the interesting things are that circulation for 2003 was up 4% and cash received is up 171%. The volunteer hours are down by 8%. The next meeting of the Library Board is March 15th at 7:00 p.m.
Councilman Kolber made a request of Supervisor Hallock and Councilman Weiss, as liaison of the School Board, to request some information from the School Board. We are having a joint meeting set with them for the end of April and what we are looking for is information to help drive where we need to go in terms of building out the Town. We need to know their school capacities and what the plans are to deal with that. Many people have told him that the Middle School is jammed. We need to know what plans they have in dealing with the capacities.
Councilman Kolber said we are having a Town residents open forum on March 8th at 7:00 p.m. for the Town Board to listen to the concerns of the people of the Town. The agenda is for the people of the Town.
Town Clerk Nancy Metzger received the Rural/Metro Medical Services Quarterly Report for the period of October - December 2003 in accordance with their contract. The report is on file in the Town Clerk’s Office.
A Public Hearing was held for the Annual Master Plan Review. Supervisor Hallock
said the public’s comments are welcome. Councilman Bylewski said last
year the Planning Department prepared some performance measurement statistics
regarding the financial impact. Not all are available, but the relevant ones
are as follows: in 2002 when dealing with Commercial, approximately 134,000
additional square footage was added. The average was approximately $30 per square
foot. Our baseline for overall Commercial is between $30 to $75 per square foot.
We want to have approximately 100,000 sq. ft. of additional Commercial property
put forward in the Town every year. In 2002 that was 134,000 additional square
feet with an estimated value of $4.08 million.
James Blum, 5509 Martha’s Vineyard said he understands that this Town
Board is only two months into its term and can only be responsible for the opportunities
that lie ahead. He appreciates that they support an annual review of the Plan.
He commends the Planning and Zoning Department for having the Plan available
on both CDRom and on the Internet and the display of proposals on a screen for
the audience to view while items are considered. He wants the Board to understand
that he has great respect for the Planning and Zoning staff.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Supervisor Hallock to send the following items to the Planning Board and Planning Department for further review and comment and to provide any additional information/amendments as required under the new Chapter 11: 1. Take a look at the building cap policy with respect to a number of units, whether we should include multi-family units, apartments, etc. with regards to the building cap; 2. For consideration of including a chapter on homeland security in the Master Plan; 3. To consider the acreage of parks per 1,000 people; 4. Develop an official street map as part of the Master Plan; and 5. Take what was in the old Chapter 11 of Master Plan 2015 and to correlate that and coordinate that into a Master Plan, as was mentioned by Mr. Blum. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Arup Sen requests a Special Exception Use Permit for conversion of existing
office building to residential apartments at 9141 Main Street. A Public Hearing
regarding this item was held 1/21/04. James Callahan said the location is the
south side of Main Street, west of Thompson Road in the Commercial Zone. The
Master Plan identifies this area to remain in a Commercial classification. The
applicant is seeking to convert the existing office building to residential
Supervisor Hallock said item 13, a request by Inlighten for Concept Plan Approval for expansion of existing office/home at 9545 Main Street was removed at the applicant’s request and he will reschedule in the future.
Hayes Fish Company requests a Change-In-Use from vacant former restaurant to
fish market and restaurant including Architectural Approval for an addition
at 8900 Main Street. Frank Whelan, representative of Hayes Fish Company said
they would like to add approximately 220 sq. ft. in front of the building to
include a freezer. They will remove the paving in front of the building and
put in an access sidewalk. The entire front of the building will be redone to
unify the look. The site is 1.2 acres with a considerable amount of green space.
The color scheme will be soft grays with burgundy trim.
Motion by Councilman McPherson, seconded by Councilman Kolber to refer the request for Concept Approval for construction of a retail home furnishings store at 7437 Transit Road to the Planning Board. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Domenic Piestrak requests Concept Plan Approval and rezoning for development
of a multi-use development east of Goodrich Road, north of Greiner Road known
as Spaulding Greens Development. Domenic Piestrak said this is part of the sewer
project to the Hollow. He asked that the Town help to get the public involved
early in this project. He is very open to suggestions. Councilman Bylewski said
there is a potential, at the joint meeting of the Planning Board and Town Board
meeting scheduled for March 31st to have a blank slate look at the property.
It has not been discussed with the Planning Board.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Kolber to set a Public Hearing for March 24, 2004 at 7:45 P.M. to consider the request by United Rentals for a Temporary Conditional Permit for operation of a portable concrete mixing sales system at 4811 Transit Road. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Kolber, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to approve the following: Clubhouse Applications – A. Clarence Republican Committee – March 2, 2004; B. Boy Scout Troop 47 – March 4, 2004; C. Clarence High School Indoor Track – March 9, 2004; D. Clarence Girls Softball – March 13, 2004; E. Sisters of St. Joseph – March 13 & 14, 2004; F. Kenneth Spoth – March 20, 2004; G. Democratic Club – April 12, 2004; H. Brownie Troop #148 – 3rd Tuesday each month and Sept. 28, 2004 and Legion Hall Applications – A. Ken Loewer – April 3, 2004; B. Diane Weitz – April 4, 2004; C. American Legion Auxiliary – 3rd Tuesday each month; D. Girl Scout Troop #773 – May 2, 2004; E. Jean Nichols – May 9, 2004; F. Barbara Gill – May 27, 2004; G. Marsha Pfentner – May 29, 2004. On the question, Councilman Bylewski said as disclosure, he is a member of item G under Clubhouse Applications. However, this is ministerial, so he will vote. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman McPherson, seconded by Supervisor Hallock that after proper audit and review by the Town Board, the following bills of February 26, 2004 are approved for payment: General Fund - $169,861.57; Highway Fund - $74,955.20; Water District - $1,835.47; Fire Districts - $66.59; Lighting Districts - $1,003.43; Sewer Districts - $15,527.45; Capital Fund - $37,867.00; Trust and Agency 203 - $330.00 for a total amount of $301,446.71. On the question, Councilman Bylewski said voucher 21935 is for his expenses for the Association of Towns and he is just making that disclosure. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
There being no further business, Supervisor Hallock adjourned the meeting at 9:35 P.M.
Nancy C. Metzger