A Work Session of the Clarence Town Board was held on March 8, 2006 at Clarence Town Hall, One Town Place, Clarence, NY.
Supervisor Kathleen Hallock called the meeting to order at 6:00 P.M. Members of the Town Board present were Council member’s Scott Bylewski, Joseph Weiss, Bernie Kolber and Pat Casilio. Other Town Officials present were Deputy Supervisor Anne Case, Town Attorney Steven Bengart, and Director of Community Development James Callahan, Senior Building Inspector David Metzger, Town Engineer Joseph Latona, and Director of Administration and Finance Pam Smith
Public Hearing @ 7:45 P.M. to consider an amendment to Chapter IX of Master Plan 2015 regarding the Growth Cap Policy. The Municipal Review Committee has recommended the reduction in building permits issued.
Public Hearing @ 7:50 P.M. to consider a Local Law dealing with formalization of local action taken under the State Environmental Quality Review Act. In establishing the Town Environmental Review Board, Councilman Bylewski asked if we should establish the members of that board tonight. Town Attorney Bengart stated that we should follow normal procedures by opening it up to all applicants.
Public Hearing @ 7:55 P.M. to consider a Local Law dealing with landscaping on new projects and tree conservation across all properties within the Town to be know as Landscape and Tree Conservation Law.
Formal Agenda items:
Joe Nemmer 9330 Lapp Road
Carl Frizlen 9435 Main Street
The Planning Board has referred this project back to the Town Board because of several issues. The multiple mix housing will require a Special Exception Use Permit as well as on-site sanitary sewage disposal (private sewer corporation). The applicant contacted the Planning Office today indicating that they would like to pursue the office building portion for now and forget the housing units. This will create a SEQRA issue in terms of segmentation however, in terms of land use a public office building would be in conformance. The applicant will be present to discuss his intentions.
Bison Nursery 9000 Main Street
Campobello Construction 8145 Sheridan Drive
William Reister 6085 Gott Creek Trail
Todd Anderson 7871 Transit Road
Chris Caito 9061 Clarence Center Road
Work Session items:
Bruce Bonhoff 5955 Thompson Road
Walgreens 6785 Transit Road
Lexington Woods Subdivision – Phase III, Part III
Properties Unlimited 8255 Clarence Center Road
Properties Unlimited southwest corner of Thompson and Greiner Road
Supervisor Kathleen Hallock
Supervisor Hallock has a resolution from Town Clerk Nancy Metzger regarding partial payment of taxes.
As a courtesy, Tina Ames from the Craftsman in the Hollow called Supervisor Hallock about what she is planning for the carriage house behind her building on Main Street. She is planning on having a Christmas store; the building would be decorated inside and outside. Tina has been involved in the Junior League Decorator Show houses in the past. She is now working with the Clarence Hollow Association on this project and has consulted the Building Department. She is looking to having it in place in 2007.
Supervisor Hallock would like to proceed with the Clubhouse Capital Improvement Program and has a resolution prepared. Town Engineer Latona stated that the intent is to reroof the Clubhouse. The Bond issue will be for $550,000. An architect will be hired to prepare bid documents so this can be done this year. The roofing material will be historically friendly as well as maintenance free.
Supervisor Hallock will make a motion to create the position of Program Coordinator Youth Board RPT.
Supervisor Hallock will make a motion to create a position of Senior Clerk Typist for Civil Service purposes, the position is competitive.
We received notification from Erie County that Dawn Kinney placed first on the examination for Youth Center Director. Supervisor Hallock will appoint her to that position, rather than Youth Center Director Provisional.
Dawn Trippi will be in Council office Monday, March 13.
A meeting is scheduled for March 9th @ 8:00 A.M. with Heather Giambra.
Town Clerk Nancy Metzger has informed Supervisor Hallock that Fran Dickman is leaving her position as a part-time clerk in the Town Clerk’s office with her last day being March 10, 2006.
Congressman Tom Reynolds is hosting a forum in the Town Hall auditorium on Friday, March 10th regarding Medicare Part D.
Supervisor Hallock will announce that she has received point summaries and certification letters for the Length of Service Awards Program from four fire companies.
This year we will be replacing two building inspectors’ cars and the assessor’s vehicle. The town is looking at more fuel efficient vehicles. The vehicles that are available are a Ford Focus or Ford Taurus.
There are five Town Law Manuals available. Two more will be ordered.
The Town received an offer from Dan Singer representing BMW for a bicycle (Valued at $1500) for use on the bike path. Town Attorney Bengart stated that because Mr. Singer has a project pending before the Town Board, it would be appropriate if the BMW dealership wished to offer the bicycle to the town we should deal directly with the dealership.
Councilman Kolber will contact Raja Samina regarding the status of the Growth Management Plan.
Supervisor Hallock received two comments about the Day in the Park solicitation letters that have been mailed out. It has been suggest that we use Day in the Park letterhead in the future.
Councilman Casilio announced that the refuse bids were opened today, there were four bidders. They came in at the dollar amount that we had anticipated. Everyone received a copy of the bids to review and be able to discuss at the March 16th Work Session.
The recycling committee is requesting a second mailing with color on it relative to the refuse district. The first black and white post card mailing cost between $2,600 and $2,700.
Supervisor Hallock reminded everyone about delinquent disclosure forms.
Supervisor Hallock has received several complaints regarding assessments.
The Ride for Roswell will take place in Clarence on June 24th. All necessary agencies will be notified.
Councilman Scott Bylewski
Councilman Bylewski has received the Central Fire Alarm report for February.
Councilman Bylewski received notice from NYSEG, they are arranging for group presentations of live-line demonstrations to local police and fire personnel.
Councilman Bylewski will make an appointment to the Planning Board and an appointment to the MRC. The appointment to the Planning Board is for the alternate position.
There is a vacancy on the Historic Preservation Committee.
The Municipal Review Committee has forwarded several recommendations from their February 27, 2006 meeting.
Councilman Bylewski will comment on the February 2006 Building Report figures.
The Town Board received an e-mail including pictures that were taken March 3rd regarding the Mark Ziemba property on Stahley Road. Councilman Kolber stated that the ZBA was going to take another look at this project once they have a full board.
Councilman Bylewski has received several applications from youths for the Youth Advisory Council.
Councilman Joseph Weiss
Councilman Weiss announced that we received a refund check in the amount of $14,000 from The State Fund for workers comp.
The Town Board received a memo from Paul Allen regarding the use of alcohol in the Clubhouse. The Town Board will discuss this issue at a later date.
Councilman Weiss and Director of Community Development James Callahan attended Erie County SD #5 meeting today. Mr. Callahan said his concern was that they were identifying sewer capacity out of district (outside of Sewer District #5). Mr. Callahan felt that it should be the Towns position to approach SD#5 after they have done an analysis to see if an area can be developed as opposed to a development interest approaching SD#5 and receiving confirmation that there is capacity.
Councilman Weiss announced that to date, the Town has received $500 in donations for Day in the Park.
Councilman Weiss attended the Sport’s Coalition meeting, everything went well.
Councilman Weiss met with Dr. Hallac about his property on Greiner Road.
There was a discussion regarding the building cap. Councilman Bylewski stated that his personal recommendation is that the building cap be reviewed on a yearly basis. Councilman Weiss stated that we should take the Municipal Review Committee’s recommendation.
Councilman Bernard Kolber
Councilman Kolber stated that there was an article in the Amherst Bee regarding the grand opening of the Independent Health Youth Center on Sheridan Drive. He suggested the Town look into that facility to use as a model for our facility.
Town Assessor David Folger is requesting Town Board approval to attend an evaluation class on March 31 in Batavia.
The Library Board had over 297,000 items circulated in 2005. This makes us the fourth busiest branch in the Erie County Library system. The Library Director is again requesting that the Town make a contribution to purchase books; they have identified the books they would like to purchase. Supervisor Hallock stated that she sent an e-mail to Roseanne Butler-Smith and copied everyone on it.
In reviewing the bills, Councilman Kolber had questions regarding the sewer charges. Director of Administration and Finance Pam Smith said these were Erie County SD#5 charges. Councilman Kolber also commented on the E. Tyson Smith bill.
Councilman Casilio asked if there was a way of obtaining a listing of all the consultants the Town does business with and how much money the Town spends a year on consultant work. The only way he knows what law firms the Town hires is by reviewing the bills every month. Director of Administration and Finance Pam Smith stated that you would have to go to each department and see what firms they deal with.
Councilman Bylewski stated that the retaining wall for the parking lot in the Main Street town park will be less expensive to do the work internally using Parks Department employees and the Engineering Department. We are in the process of getting an estimate as to what the project would cost in terms of bidding it out verses doing it in-house. Because of time constraints or because of outside expertise, it may be less expensive to bid a project.
Councilman Pat Casilio
Councilman Casilio has two street light requests.
Voting for the Refuse District vote will take place on Tuesday, March 28th from 7:00 A.M. until 8:00 P.M.
Councilman Casilio will make an appointment to Security Department.
Councilman Casilio has met with all the parties at the Senior Center. The former ad-hoc committee would like the opportunity to vote for some of the directors. They are in the process of revising the by-laws.
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 history of a particular corporation, the appointment of a particular person and the employment history of a particular person. Upon roll call - Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
There being no further business, the Work Session adjourned at 7:25 P.M.
Darcy A. Snyder
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Kolber to adjourn the Executive Session at 7:40 P.M. Upon roll call - Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried. No action taken.
Regular meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Clarence was held Wednesday, March 8, 2006 at the Clarence Town Hall, One Town Place, Clarence, New York.
Supervisor Kathleen Hallock called the meeting to order at 7:42 P.M. Pledge to the flag was led by Councilman Joseph Weiss, followed by a prayer given by Deacon Bob Bauer of St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church.
Members of the Town Board present were Councilmembers Scott Bylewski, Joseph Weiss, Bernard Kolber, Patrick Casilio and Supervisor Hallock. Other Town officials present were Director of Community Development James Callahan, Town Attorney Steven Bengart, Town Engineer Joseph Latona, Deputy Supervisor Anne Case, Building Inspector David Metzger and Youth Director Dawn Kinney.
Motion by Councilman Kolber, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to accept the minutes of a previous meeting held February 8, 2006 as received. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Weiss to adopt the following resolution:
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Weiss to authorize Foit-Albert Associates, Architecture, Engineering and Surveying P.C., the design bidding and construction administration and observation for the Main Park Clubhouse Roof Replacement in accordance with the proposal dated March 6, 2006 in an amount not to exceed $28,000. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to adopt the following resolution:
FIRST: AUTHORIZING said Town to replace the roof on the clubhouse at the main Town park, including eaves, flashing, gutters, fascia and other related work; STATING the estimated maximum cost thereof, including preliminary costs and costs incidental thereto and the financing thereof, is $550,000; APPROPRIATING said amount therefor; and STATING the plan of financing includes the issuance of $550,000 serial bonds of the Town to finance said appropriation, and the levy of a tax upon all the taxable real property within the Town to pay the principal of said bonds and interest thereon;
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Weiss to create the position of Senior Clerk Typist in the Town of Clarence. On the question, Supervisor Hallock said this is being done for Civil Service purposes and the position is competitive. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Weiss to create the position of Program Coordinator Youth Board RPT. On the question, Supervisor Hallock said this is being done for Civil Service purposes and the position is competitive. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Weiss that based on results of the County of Erie Civil Service examination, Dawn Kinney is appointed Youth Center Director, effective today March 8, 2006. On the question, Supervisor Hallock said Mrs. Kinney had a provisional appointment pending an examination and grading. The results were received and she scored the highest for this competitive position. Councilman Bylewski added that a lot has been going on in that department and she has done an amicable job in that position. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Supervisor Hallock announced that she received the point summaries and certification letters for the Length of Service Awards Program for the Harris Hill, East Amherst, Swormville and Clarence Center Fire Companies. The point summaries and certification letters are posted for at least 30 days prior to March 1st at each respective fire hall.
Supervisor Hallock said she received a memo from Town Clerk Nancy Metzger informing her that Fran Dickman is leaving her position as part time clerk in the Town Clerk’s office. Her last day of work is March 10, 2006.
Supervisor Hallock announced that Friday morning Congressman Reynolds is hosting a forum regarding Medicare Part D at 9:00 A.M. in the Town Hall auditorium. Everyone is invited.
Supervisor Hallock announced as a reminder, that the Bicentennial Party celebration is this Saturday, March 11th at the Town Park Clubhouse from 1:00 to 4:00 P.M.
Councilman Bylewski received the Central Alarm February 2006 Operations Report. Town of Clarence fire companies responded to the following: Fires – 15; Miscellaneous Fires – 3; EMS Calls – 107; Motor Vehicle Accidents – 5; and Miscellaneous Calls – 29 for a total of 159 alarms.
Councilman Bylewski announced that NYSEG will be conducting live-line demonstrations and is inviting police departments, fire companies, EMT’s and utility employees to attend. Anyone interested must register by April 26th for the dates of May 25th at the NYSEG Lancaster Operating Center and September 20th at NYSEG’s Hamburg Operating Center.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Weiss to appoint Richard Bigler as Planning Board Alternate with term to expire 12/31/06. On the question, Councilman Bylewski said there were a number of applicants and Mr. Bigler was the most deserving. He is presently on the MRC, which he will have to resign from. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Weiss to appoint Albert Schultz as a member of the Municipal Review Committee with term to expire 12/31/06. This is to fill the vacancy left by Richard Bigler. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Bylewski said there is another vacancy on the Municipal Review Committee. There is also a vacancy on the Historic Preservation Committee. If anyone is interested in serving on these committees, they should forward an application to the Supervisor’s office.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Weiss that upon recommendation by the Municipal Review Committee and pursuant to Article 8 of the Environmental Conservation Law, a Negative Declaration is issued on the proposed Cesar Banach Commercial Project located at 8500 Roll Road. This Unlisted Action involves the development of a 16,500 +/- sq. ft. office building and an 18,750 sq. ft. warehouse on 6.19 acres. After thorough review by the MRC, Planning Board and Town Board of the submitted site plan and Environmental Assessment Form, it is determined that the proposed project will not have a significant impact upon the environment. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Weiss that upon recommendation by the Municipal Review Committee and pursuant to Article 8 of the Environmental Conservation Law, the Town Board seeks Lead Agency Status and commences a coordinated review among involved agencies on the proposed Roll Road Industrial Business Park. This Type I Action involves the extension of Harris Hill Road for the purposes of developing an Industrial Business Park in the Industrial Business Park Zone. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Bylewski reported on the Single Family Dwelling Statistics prepared by the Building Department. In February 2006 there were 10 issued in subdivisions and 1 outside. February 2005 had 2 in subdivisions and 1 outside. February 2004 had 10 issued in subdivisions and 2 outside.
Supervisor Hallock reminded anyone interested, that applications are posted and can be downloaded from our website.
Councilman Weiss reported that the Town received a check from State Insurance Fund in the amount of $14,394 reflecting our safety record for workman’s comp claims. He congratulated our employees for working safely.
Councilman Weiss said we sent out about 1,500 letters asking for donations for Day in the Park. Donations are already coming in. Any group who would like to participate should contact Chuck Eckert.
Councilman Weiss said in regard to the deer abatement program, we did not get as many deer this year because the permits were late and there are not as many deer. The DEC is supposed to do a flyover soon.
Councilman Weiss announced that there will be a dinner on March 30th at the Asa Ransom House to benefit the arboretum. It is $60 per person with all proceeds going to the arboretum. He thanked the people from Asa Ransom House for putting this on and donating the funds for this great project.
Motion by Councilman Kolber, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to appoint Ryan Mills as a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals with a term to expire 12/31/09. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Kolber reported from the Library that they received the circulation notice for 2005 and 297,000 items were processed. This is the 4th busiest library in the Erie County system. They are doing a good job and we thank them for their efforts.
Councilman Casilio said there are openings on the Traffic Safety Board, Senior Center Board of Directors and the Solid Waste/Recycling Committee.
Councilman Casilio stated that we received the quotes from the solid waste vendors today. They came in as expected. The Solid Waste/Recycling Committee will be working on sorting the numbers out. The informational meeting will be held on March 20, 2006 at 7:00 pm at the Town Hall. The referendum vote will be March 28, 2006 from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Motion by Councilman Casilio, seconded by Councilman Kolber that upon recommendation by the Chief Security Officer, William O’Donnell is appointed as Security Guard P/T subject to all proper paperwork being filed. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
A Public Hearing was held to consider an amendment to Chapter IX of Master Plan 2015 regarding the Growth Cap Policy. James Callahan said currently Master Plan 2015 specifically identifies establishment of a building cap of 240 single-family residential building permits per year. It is further broken down to limit permits issued in subdivisions to 170 and outside of subdivisions to 70.
Councilman Bylewski said Mr. McIvor made reference to different court cases going on. He asked the Town Attorney if there were any judgments going on? Town Attorney Steven Bengart said there are no judgments out there. There is only one lawsuit based on the previous Town Board’s decisions. There is one regarding a subdivision and that is it.
James Blum said we have seldom hit the limit of 240 and when we did, there was only a holdup of less than a month or so. He added that single-family units are not the only ones that incur costs for the Town. He suggests that all the other types of housing units should be included. He has no problem with the limit going down.
Councilman Bylewski said there have been many discussions on the growth cap policy. He did his own analysis taking information from 1996 through April 2004 prior to the moratorium. In that 100 month time, we have averaged 177 permits per year in subdivisions and 49 permits per year outside subdivisions. He believes, through the mathematical analysis, that the limit should be 170 in subdivisions and 50 outside. We have talked about doing further benefit studies. It should be updated.
Councilman Weiss said the only thing he would add is the sewers. We are looking at being very close to capacity. He advised that we further review these issues by the Town Board or through the Municipal Review Committee.
Renee Desai said we are the fastest growing town in Erie County and we do not have the infrastructure to support all that or the schools. She does not see much of a reduction at all. Councilman Kolber said it would include all types of housing units. Mrs. Desai suggested it be 10% each year at least.
Councilman Bylewski said he has some numbers for the record. The following occurred between 1996 and 2005: Residential condo/townhouse – 24; residential apartment buildings – 21; mobile homes – 154; condo/townhouse 3 & 4 – 16; and duplexes – 34.
Councilman Bylewski said they also made recommendations as follows:
Councilman Bylewski said, by reference, he would incorporate the public hearing comments that were made at the Growth Cap Public Hearing and the Master Plan Review Public Hearing.
John McNamara asked if the sewer went into the Amherst treatment system and how long do we have before they say they are too small. Councilman Casilio said they built it for us to use also. Councilman Weiss said it is how much capacity depending how many homes we build per year. Mr. McNamara asked at what capacity is the treatment facility? Town Engineer Joseph Latona said he did not know. They have allowed Clarence 4 to 5 million gallons a day. We have a contract that allows certain capacity.
With no one else speaking to the subject, motion was made by Councilman Kolber, seconded by Supervisor Hallock to close the Public Hearing. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Weiss to refer the amendment to Master Plan 2015 regarding the Growth Cap Policy to the Municipal Review Committee to take a look at the amendment as discussed tonight under SEQR. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
A Public Hearing was held to consider a Local Law dealing with formalization of local action taken under the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA). James Callahan said this legislation formalizes the environmental review process by the Town of Clarence. It coordinates the activities of the Town Board with recommendations forwarded by the Town Environmental Review Committee, which is created by this law. It basically creates the committee anticipated to be the same body that is the Municipal Review Committee. It helps to coordinate activities under SEQRA locally so that the Town Board has a vested interest in all of the decisions.
Councilman Bylewski said if anyone is interested in serving on, what was the MRC, and now will become TEQR to submit an application to the Supervisor’s office.
A Public Hearing was held to consider a Local Law dealing with landscaping on new projects and tree conservation across all properties within the Town to be known as Landscape and Tree Conservation Law. James Callahan said this law takes our current Landscape Law and combines some minimal regulations related to tree preservation mainly as it relates to new development. The proposed law has been reviewed and recommended by the Planning Board. It has been reviewed by the Conservation Advisory Council and the Municipal Review Committee and a Negative Declaration has been issued.
James Blum said maybe something should be included in the law to protect the private homeowners on their own lot. He believes this law should be passed. In the section regarding removal and replacement, the replacement is two 2½” trees, but he feels that if you take down a 6” or larger tree it should be more. A person could plant more trees or put them into a tree bank to be planted in an area that needs them.
Councilman Bylewski said there is no term length specified for a member of the Landscape Review Committee. James Callahan said it was not discussed, but it is currently for one year.
Town Attorney Steven Bengart said we have held our first Public Hearing on the subject, and it would not be inappropriate to take the comments heard tonight and potentially come back with another draft and hold another hearing if the changes warrant it.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Casilio to table action on the proposed Local Law dealing with landscaping on new projects and tree conservation across all properties within the Town to be known as Landscape and Tree Conservation Law for further review. There are concerns regarding the impact on individual property owner’s rights. On the question, Councilman Weiss said he would like to thank Todd Norris who had a lot of input on this also. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Joseph Nemmer requests a One-Lot Open Development Area at 9330 Lapp Road. James Callahan said the property consist of approximately 26.7 acres zoned Agricultural Rural Residential.
Frizlin Architectural Group requests a Special Exception Use Permit for development of a mixed Use Housing Project at 9435 Main Street. James Callahan said the location is south side of Main St., west of Goodrich consisting of approximately 21 acres zoned Commercial along the frontage. The project was previously referred to the Planning Board. The Planning Board referred it back to the Town Board identifying concerns related to on-site sanitary sewer disposal and the potential creation of a private sewer corporation with mixed residential units and private ownership. The applicant is here to ask for an amendment to the original request.
Bison Nursery requests a Building Permit and Architectural Approval for a 1,080 sq. ft. accessory structure at 9000 Main Street. James Callahan said the location is the north side of Main Street, east of Shimerville Road consisting of approximately 2 acres zoned Commercial.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Supervisor Hallock to table the request by Campobello Construction for a Building Permit and Architectural Approval for a 960 sq. ft. accessory structure at 8145 Sheridan Drive until the applicant is available. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
William Reister requests a Special Exception Use Permit for development of a Secondary Living Unit at 6085 Gott Creek Trail. James Callahan said the property is located southeast corner of Gott Creek Trail and West Point Drive consisting of a single-family residential home on .7 acres. A Special Exception Use Permit is required if the use is an in-law apartment.
Todd Anderson requests a Building Permit and Architectural Approval for construction of a new office building in the Restricted Business Zone at 7871 Transit Road. James Callahan said the property is north of Wolcott Road consisting of approximately 9.7 acres. The frontage is within the Density Flood Zone.
Supervisor Hallock said item 20, Chris Caito’s request for a Special Exception User Permit for relocation of an automotive repair operation at 9061 Clarence Center Road was removed at the applicant’s request.
Motion by Councilman Weiss, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to approve the following: Clubhouse Applications - A. TCBA – March 20, 2006; B. Clarence High School Rifle Team – March 22, 2006; C. Clarence Smiling Shamrocks – April 8, 2006; D. CSEA Blue Collar Unit – April 11, Oct. 10 & Dec. 1, 2006; E. ROHA – Dec. 2, 2006; F. Harris Hill Men’s Club – Dec. 8, 2006; and Legion Hall Applications: A. Darcy Snyder – April 16, 2006; B. Clarence Log Cabin Quilters – July 8, 2006; C. CSEA Blue Collar Unit – Aug. 8, 2006. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Supervisor Hallock that after proper audit and review by the Town Board, the following bills of March 9, 2006 are approved for payment: General Fund - $100,214.40; Highway Fund - $29,339.67; Water District - $33,436.14; Sewer District - $163,717.17; Capital Fund - $24,845.00; and Trust and Agency 203 - $202.00 for a total amount of $351,754.38. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
There being no further business, Supervisor Hallock adjourned the meeting at 9:20 P.M.
Nancy C. Metzger