A Work Session of the Clarence Town Board was held on April 26, 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, Assistant Director of Community Development James Hartz, Director of Administration and Finance Pam Smith and Assistant Town Engineer Tim Lavocat.
Assistant Director of Community Development – James Hartz
Formal Agenda items:
Clarence Center VFC
Carlton Thompson – Herr Road
Carlton Thompson – Herr Road
Harold Sheg 9675 Tonawanda Creek Road
Chris Carolla 8710 Clarence Center Road
Saffire Grill 9780 Main Street
Dr. Hallac 5445 Transit Road
Dave and Pat Bittar – corner of Wolcott and Kenfield Road
Carl Frizlen 9435 Main Street
Joe Nemmer 9330 Lapp Road
Temporary Conditional Permit– renewals
Work Session items to be considered at May 10, 2006 Town Board meeting:
David DeMarie Dance Studio 8965 Sheridan Drive
Joe and John Rubino 8850 Clarence Center Road
Ken Thompson - Miland Road
Norm Castine 7050 Goodrich Road
Roger Czarnecki - Willow Lake Drive
Supervisor Kathleen Hallock
Supervisor Hallock will make a transfer in General Fund.
Supervisor Hallock has a motion to adopt the Hazard Communication Program policy, which was developed by Dave Bissonette in compliance with the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard. Town Attorney Bengart has reviewed the policy.
Supervisor Hallock will make a motion reaffirming Master Plan 2015; it is part of a grant application.
A morning Work Session is scheduled for May 3rd. Dresher & Malecki will demonstrate a five year budgeting plan. The Town Board will also discuss sewers and the sewer policy.
The May 24, 2006 Work Session will begin at 5:30 P.M. Tyson Smith will be on the agenda.
A copy of a Resolution passed by the Town of Lancaster regarding the removal of toll booths was passed out at the last Work Session. Councilman Bylewski said that the Lancaster Resolution referred to the removal of the Williamsville Toll barrier but did not indicate where it should be moved to. While he agrees with the elimination of the Black Rock and Grand Island barriers he has concerns with the relocation of the Williamsville Toll barrier impacting someone else. Supervisor Hallock will reword the Resolution and will distribute at the next Town Board meeting.
Reminder letters were sent out to five people who have not yet submitted Ethics Disclosure Forms. They were given ten days, until April 28 to respond to the letter. If forms are not received by next Town Board meeting, a final letter will be sent via certified mail.
Supervisor Hallock gave an update on the Economic Development Officer position. The IDA and Chamber of Commerce held a joint meeting. The IDA would pay $15,000 annually toward the position and would like the Town to pay $15,000 also. The person would be an employee of the Chamber and all other costs would be covered by the Chamber of Commerce. A job description will be handed out when finalized, the position will be advertised.
The Town received another grant from Community Development for $90,000 for sewers in the Hollow on Bodine Road. Joe Latona is already working with CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) on it. The project has to be started this year. Assistant Town Engineer Lavocat said this takes the sewers up Sawmill Road to Parkside, East and West Avenue, Ransom Road from Main Street to the bridge, Academy and all of Bodine Road. West Avenue will include sidewalks and the elimination of the sand filter that the town maintains.
Councilman Kolber has not heard back from Samina Raja.
Supervisor Hallock has a Resolution authorizing her to sign a one-year lease between the Town of Clarence and Kreher’s Poultry Farm for agricultural purposes.
Supervisor Hallock has a Resolution authorizing her to submit an application to NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation for funds to resurface the walking path in the Clarence Arboretum for access by the handicapped and elderly.
An addition to the harassment policy Section 902 will be approved at the May 10th meeting, copies will be distributed.
Supervisor Hallock will make a motion to approve a special event that will take place on the bike path on May 21, 2006 for Zion Lutheran Church first annual Triathlon.
Supervisor Hallock has two items to discuss in Executive Session.
Councilman Scott Bylewski
Councilman Bylewski received correspondence from NYS DEC confirming the closure of Clean Harbors BDT, LLC.
Adelphia Cable has announced that they will provide the Regents Review program and will contribute to our local educational institutions by bringing up to 500 hours of dedicated programming to our schools every month through their Cable in the Classroom programs.
The application for Smart Growth Excellence award will be forwarded to the Planning Department.
Councilman Bylewski has two items to discuss in Executive Session relative to matters leading to the appointment of an individual and potential purchase of real property.
Councilman Bylewski will announce a vacancy on the Historic Preservation Committee.
Recreation Director Dawn Kinney is requesting Town Board approval to attend an Association of NY State Youth Bureau seminar in Rome, NY.
Two Planning Board members are requesting Town Board approval to attend a seminar in Rochester, NY.
Councilman Bylewski met with the Youth Advisory Council. They are very interested in moving forward with a RFP or RFQ for the design of a new facility. Based on the research they have done and based on the research the Youth Department and the Recreation Department has also done, they believe a new facility is necessary. They have a list of items that they would be looking for in a facility such as meeting rooms, class rooms, small gymnasium (basketball size court) and additional youth/recreational directed activities. Councilman Bylewski would like Youth Director Dawn Kinney to work on putting together an RFP or RFQ so we can see what design firms are out there towards designing a new youth facility whether it be a Community Center or a Youth & Community Center with emphasis on the youth overall. Councilman Weiss felt that with the cost of gas at $3.00 a gallon, payrolls are not meeting the cost of living, automobile companies downsizing wages; he has concerns with funding this type facility. Councilman Weiss felt it would be a huge expense especially when we have several outdoor basketball courts as well as the school gymnasiums.
Councilman Bylewski stated that the school gymnasiums are not available for the youth programs. Basically, he is looking to get a handle as to what the cost of this type of facility would be.
Councilman Kolber said that he would be interested in a partnership with the YWCA. Councilman Bylewski stated that the YWCA is not interested in building a facility in the town; we do not have the population to support for their marketing purposes.
Councilman Weiss would like to see the needs assessment for such a facility, the town has just built several ball diamonds and soccer fields etc.
Councilman Bylewski suggested that if any Board member has any questions or concerns, they should talk to Dawn Kinney or the Recreation Department before the next Work Session.
Councilman Casilio stated that he would like to see a community center that the senior citizens could also utilize.
Councilman Joseph Weiss
Several months back, Councilman Weiss handed out a list of ideas Parks Crew Chief John Burns came up with to cut costs in the Parks Department and to date, no one has responded to the handout. Some things have been done such as implementing fees for pavilions and sports tournaments. John also suggested an energy audit on all town buildings and he would like to move forward with this.
In meeting with Highway Superintendent Ted Donner, Ted indicated that his men survey the town looking for any plow damage. Councilman Weiss felt this was a great expense to the town in that we may be repairing yards that were not damaged by our plows.
Further Councilman Weiss did not feel that it was the Town’s responsibility to pick up large amounts of brush for commercial type jobs that residents should contract out for or that the Park’s Department should be stripping ball diamonds on weekends for baseball tournaments.
Town Attorney Bengart suggested Highway Superintendent Ted Donner and Parks Crew Chief John Burns attend a morning Work Session to discuss these concerns.
Highway Superintendent Ted Donner is requesting Town Board approval to place an order for new plow equipment and dump bodies with STS Truck Equipment. STS was the only supplier submitting a complete bid package with a bid price of $114,570.00.
Highway Superintendent Ted Donner is recommending the hiring of Charles Walker as a part time seasonal employee, effective May 1, 2006.
Parks Crew Chief John Burns has several pieces of equipment to declare surplus.
Parks Crew Chief John Burns is recommending several people be hired as seasonal help in the Parks Department at the budgeted rate of pay.
At the April 12, 2006 Town Board meeting, Clarence resident Jonathan Capozzi gave a presentation to the Board relative to a BMX/ skate park facility. Councilman Weiss will follow up on this by visiting the Town of Webster with Mr. Capozzi and Youth Director Dawn Kinney. Town Attorney Bengart has concerns regarding liability to the Town.
Councilman Bernie Kolber
A public forum was held April 24, 2006; Councilman Kolber thanked all those who attended.
Councilman Kolber has an appointment to make on the Library Board however, to date, the Library Board has not made a decision.
Library Director Roseanne Butler-Smith would like to meet with the Town Board to give an update on the library.
Councilman Pat Casilio
Councilman Casilio has been working on a street light proposal, he e-mailed the Board. The annual cost is $100. a year per light to operate.
There are several positions open on Town Security.
Town Attorney Bengart stated that he is troubled by ad-hoc committees. He is suggesting instead of creating an ad-hoc committee for one year add them as a sub-committee. There are a several residents in the Harris Hill area interested in cleaning up the area around Nottingham Terrace in time for the Bi-Centennial. Town Attorney suggested creating them as a sub-committee of the Bi-Centennial Committee.
Councilman Casilio will make a motion to create a sub-committee of the Bi-Centennial Committee.
Councilman Casilio has contacted both the White Collar/Blue Collar Unions to start contract negotiations.
Town Attorney Bengart has one item to discuss in Executive Session under Attorney Client privilege regarding Visone vs. Town of Clarence.
There being no further business, the Work Session adjourned at 7:30 P.M.
Darcy A. Snyder
Regular meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Clarence was held Wednesday, April 26, 2006 at the Clarence Town Hall, One Town Place, Clarence, New York.
Supervisor Kathleen Hallock called the meeting to order at 7:35 P.M. Pledge to the flag was led by Councilman Scott Bylewski, followed by a prayer read by Supervisor Hallock.
Members of the Town Board present were Councilmembers Scott Bylewski, Joseph Weiss, Bernard Kolber, Patrick Casilio and Supervisor Hallock. Other Town officials present were Asst. Director of Community Development James Hartz, Town Attorney Steven Bengart, Asst. Town Engineer Timothy Lavocat, Deputy Supervisor Anne Case and Planning Board Chairperson Patricia Powers.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Weiss to accept the minutes of the previous meeting held March 22, 2006 as received. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Casilio to accept the minutes of the previous meeting held April 5, 2006 as received. On the question, Councilman Kolber said he will recuse as he was not present. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Recuse: Councilman Kolber. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Weiss to accept the minutes of the previous meeting held April 12, 2006 as received. On the question, Councilman Kolber said he will recuse as he was not present. Supervisor Hallock said she received a correction for page 143 – motion to set a Public Hearing on May 10, 2006 for a Temporary Conditional Permit for outside dining at 6045 Goodrich Road at 8:00 P.M., should be at 7:55 P.M. Also, on page 132 – proper spelling of the applicant Sheg is Scheg. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Recuse: Councilman Kolber. Motion carried.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to adopt a Hazard Communication Program – Workplace Safety Policy in compliance with the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, Title 20 Code of Federal Regulations 1910.1200. A copy of said policy will be on file with the office of the Town Clerk and distributed to all Town of Clarence Department Heads. 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 a transfer of funds in the General Fund in the amount of $2,000 from A 5010.1 Personal Services to A1952 Printing and Advertising. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Weiss to approve a Special Event request to Zion Lutheran Church on May 21, 2006 for the Zion First Annual Triathlon on the Peanut Line bike path. On the question, Supervisor Hallock said the event includes a three mile run and a 10 -12 mile bike ride. The time is from Noon to approximately 3:00 P.M. Zion Church will have people stationed at intersections. All appropriate agencies will be notified. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Bylewski reported that we received a communication from the DEC that was in response to a letter from Clean Harbors BDT confirming the completion of the obligations imposed by the Order on Consent. This letter is on file in the Town Hall.
Councilman Bylewski reported that Adelphia is going to provide the Regents Review time on channel 13 beginning May 1st. The time schedule is posted as a link on our website.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Kolber to appoint Patrick Miner as a member of the Town Environmental Quality Review Committee with term to expire 12/31/08. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Bylewski announced that there is still an opening on the Historic Preservation Committee for anyone interested.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Supervisor Hallock to grant approval for two Planning Board members to attend a workshop in Pittsford on May 19, 2006 with all reasonable and necessary expenses to be paid by the Town. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Bylewski said there is one opening on the Youth Advisory Committee for anyone interested.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Supervisor Hallock to grant permission for Youth Director Dawn Kinney to attend the Association of New York State Youth Bureaus Director’s Retreat May 9 & 10, 2006 in Rome, New York with all reasonable and necessary expenses. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Weiss, seconded by Councilman Bylewski that upon recommendation of Highway Supt. Ted Donner, the bid for new plow equipment and dump bodies be awarded to STS Truck Equipment at their bid of $114,570 to be paid from the Highway Equipment Bond. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Weiss, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to authorize the appointment of Charles Walker as a part time seasonal employee effective May 1, 2006 in the Highway Department. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Weiss, seconded by Supervisor Hallock to declare the following as surplus equipment in the Parks Department: 1 – 1996 F-250 Ford Pickup VIN #1FTHF25H3TEB829871; 1 – Sullivan Compressor; 1 – Clark Litter Vac; 1 – Giant Vac Blower; and 1 – Set of Parker Law Sweepers. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Weiss, seconded by Councilman Kolber that upon recommendation of Parks Crew Chief John Burns, the following be hired as seasonal help in the Parks Department at the budgeted rate of pay: Matthew Lenhardt, Kevin Cournan and Jacob Young effective May 8, 2006; Cal Ribbeck, Lauren Pelczynski and Lindsey Edbauer effective May 15, 2006; James Helms effective May 22, 2006; Michael Knavel effective June 1, 2006 and Jason Barone effective June 5, 2006. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Weiss said Jonathan Capozzi, a 15 year old Clarence resident made a fine presentation at the last meeting requesting a skate board park be built in Clarence. Councilman Weiss and Youth Director Dawn Kinney are going to take Jonathan to Webster to visit their facility and get the details.
Councilman Weiss said he has been getting some good natured ribbing in the Clarence Bee. Kim Karcher did quote him correctly by saying that stupidity and apathy were a couple things that impacted the voting on the garbage district. He said he did not call anyone stupid, but believes that some of the thinking was. A woman said she likes three garbage companies because if she misses her garbage she can take it to the neighbors. Another person said they did not want the government meddling with anything they do. Councilman Weiss said you have to stop at stop signs, pay your taxes, etc. This is one of the few instances where the government is going to save a few bucks. He said at the end of his term in 2007 we will see who made the right decision especially with the rise in gas prices.
Motion by Councilman Kolber, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to authorize the Supervisor to sign a one-year lease between the Town of Clarence and Kreher’s Poultry Farms for agricultural purposes for an annual fee of $3,000 to farm the Town owned property at Salt and Greiner Roads. On the question, Councilman Bylewski said they have using this land agriculturally for a number of years. Supervisor Hallock added that they use an organic farming method. Councilman Kolber said this is property the Town purchased under the greenspace program. The land is being used as it has been. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Kolber, seconded by Councilman Casilio to adopt the following Resolution:
Councilman Kolber thanked everyone who came out for the Resident’s Forum. It was not very well attended, but the people who were here were interested and they had a number of questions. In the future, we would like to have some of the department heads available to help answer questions.
Councilman Casilio said they are working on a few street light requests, which will be addressed at the next meeting.
Councilman Casilio said he will be presenting the ad hoc committee report at the next Senior Center Advisory Board meeting in May.
Motion by Councilman Casilio, seconded by Supervisor Hallock to form a sub-committee of the Bicentennial Committee called the Marrando Restoration Committee whose purpose is to clean up and restore the Nottingham Terrace entrance to the Harris Hill Gardens. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Councilman Casilio reported that Erie County is holding a Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off at Erie Community College North campus on Saturday, May 13th from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
Councilman Casilio thanked Councilman Weiss for his comments regarding the garbage district. He had a Grandmother say she was glad the garbage district did not go through and the same day her grandchild said they wish it did because they are sick the Grandmother bringing over her garbage.
Supervisor Hallock said in regard to the committee just formed for sprucing up the entrance at Harris Hill Gardens, they are accepting applications through May 24, 2006. Some people have expressed an interest.
Town Clerk Nancy Metzger received notice from Erie County Water Authority that they are amending their Tariff effective May 1, 2006 to add a one time courtesy reversal of a delinquent charge to customers with a good payment history. This will apply to residential and commercial customers.
Patricia Powers, Planning Board Chair said back in December she reported that the Planning Board, TEQR Committee and the Zoning Board of Appeals were going to undertake a course of study, the Land Use, Training and Certification School. The Planning Board has completed all nine tutorials and qualifies for certification. One member of the Town Board and four members of the TEQR Committee have also completed the study.
Bud Smith, Thompson Road spoke regarding item 11 for a Demolition Permit for Clarence Center Fire Company, of which he is a member. He is against the issuance of a Demolition Permit for this building. Our Bicentennial, the 100th year anniversary of the Fire Company and Williams Hall will be 98 years old all in the same year. It is in need of a facelift and some repairs that he feels should be done. It is the first fire hall built in the Town of Clarence. It could be fixed and used for other things. We should be maintaining our heritage and saving some of our history.
Councilman Weiss said he is also concerned about the impact on the fire company budget to knock that building down and the cost of putting something up in its place. We are experiencing the loss of jobs and reduced salaries of many auto workers in the area. The gasoline prices are rising. He does care about the architectural and historical values as well.
Clarence Center Vol. Fire Company requests a Demolition Permit for a structure over 50 years old at 9415 Clarence Center Road. Daniel Loudenslager, member said he was on the committee 15 years ago to bring the building back. At that time, the cost was $152,000 and the Fire Company chose not to spend the money. To bring it back to a useable building now would cost about $352,000. He does not believe that building warrants being saved for that kind of money.
Carlton Thompson requests Concept Plan Review for a 16-Lot Subdivision along the west side of Herr Road. James Hartz said the location is the west side of Herr Road in the Residential Single Family Zone and within Clarence Sewer District No. 2.
Carlton Thompson requests a Fill Permit along the east side of Goodrich Road. James Hartz said the location is along Goodrich Road between two homes. Mr. Thompson said he took some trees out and moved the ditch over to the property line. He would like to bring it up to the level of the road. In the future he would like to fill another lot in that same area.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Weiss to table the request by Harold Scheg for approval for a 2-Lot Minor Subdivision at 9675 Tonawanda Creek Road until the applicant is present. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Christopher Carollo requests approval for a 2-Lot Minor Subdivision at 8710 Clarence Center Road. James Hartz said the location is next to Thompson’s Greenhouse in the Residential Single Family Zone consisting of approximately 6.75 acres. The applicant has an application in to the Zoning Board of Appeals for a setback variance. The request does comply with the Master Plan.
Saffire Grill requests a Public Hearing for a Temporary Conditional Permit for outside dining at 9780 Main Street. James Hartz said the location is in the Commercial Zone on Main Street between Spaulding Drive and Kraus Road. A drawing was submitted showing where they would like to set up outside dining.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Casilio to table the request by Dr. Ismet Hallac for a Building Permit and Architectural Approval for a 5,200 sq. ft. addition to the existing Eastern Transit Plaza at 5445 Transit Road until the applicant is present. Upon roll call – Ayes: Councilmembers Casilio, Kolber, Bylewski and Supervisor Hallock; Noes: None. Recuse: Councilman Weiss. Motion carried.
David and Patricia Bittar request a Pond Permit at the corner of Wolcott Road and Kenfield Road. Deputy Town Engineer Timothy Lavocat said all proper documentation is in order. Patricia Bittar was present. Supervisor Hallock said all spoils shall remain on the property.
Frizlen Associates requests Concept Review for a 3-story, 21,000 sq. ft. office building at 9435 Main Street. James Hartz said the location is the south side of Main Street across from Goodrich Road zoned Commercial back to the State Wetland area.
Joseph Nemmer requests Concept Approval for a One-Lot Open Development Area at 9330 Lapp Road. James Hartz said the property is located in the Agricultural Rural Residential Zone west of Goodrich Road. The parcel consists of approximately 5 acres.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to set a Public Hearing May 10, 2006 at 8:05 P.M. for the Renewal of the following Temporary Conditional Permits. Item N. was withdrawn by the applicant. Items A, L and V may be renewed for the period of one year and these applicants are encouraged to attend. A. Sheridan Sales & Service, 9200 Sheridan Dr.; B. Top Notch Automotive, 8355 Goodrich Rd.; C. Hoover Automotive, 8417 Transit Rd.; D. RJ’s Automotive, 10187 Main St.; E. United 4-Wheel Drive, 10187 Main St.; F. A&R Vehicle Repair, 8960 Lapp Rd.; G. Ralph Graf Auto Repair, 9460 Tonawanda Crk. Rd.; H. Palmer Powder Coating, 7250 Goodrich Rd.; I. Calarco Landscaping, 8558 Stahley Rd.; J. Bakowski Landscaping, 5640 Davison Rd.; K. Gallagher Landscaping, 9780 Lapp Rd.; L. Clarence Center Coffee Co., 9475 Clarence Center Rd.; M. Zbrzezny Landscaping, 4951 Kraus Rd.; N. Dean Maciuba, 10865 Clarence Center Rd.; O. Hewson Tree Trimming, 9000 Lapp Rd.; P. At Your Service Car Care, 5844 Goodrich Rd.; Q. Farmer’s Market, 10717 Main St.; R. Colton RV, Eastern Hills Mall; S. Pizza Inn, 6235 Goodrich Rd.; T. Bronisz Woodcutting, 4611 Shisler Rd.; U. David Miller, 10825 Bodine Rd.; V. Rock Bottom, 6261 Transit Rd. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Weiss, seconded by Councilman Bylewski to grant approval for the following: Clubhouse Applications - A. DEC Hunter Training Course – May 6 & 7, June 17 & 18, Aug. 12 & 13, Sept. 16 & 17, 2006; B. Boy Scouts of America – May 15, 2006; Legion Hall Applications – A. Amy Heiser – May 13, 2006; B. Craig Diederich – June 17, 2006; C. Sriti Hossain – June 24, 2006; and D. Aleasa Michnik – July 7, 2006. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Motion by Councilman Bylewski, seconded by Councilman Kolber that after proper audit and review by the Town Board, the following bills of April 20, 2006 are approved for payment: General Fund - $170,462.38; Highway Fund - $111,912.59; Water District - $40,346.37; Sewer Districts - $58,593.75; Trust and Agency 203 - $105.00 for a total amount of $381,420.09. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
There being no further business, Supervisor Hallock adjourned the regular meeting at 9:10 P.M. in memory of Vincent Morabito, a longtime resident, a businessman in Clarence and a WWII Veteran.
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Kolber to enter into Executive Session pursuant to the Open Meetings Law Section 105 (1)(f) regarding the employment history of particular persons; Section 105 (1)(h) the proposed acquisition of real property; and attorney/client privilege regarding pending litigation in the matter of Visone vs. Town of Clarence. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.
Nancy C. Metzger
Motion by Supervisor Hallock, seconded by Councilman Weiss to adjourn the Executive Session at 10:00 P.M. with no action taken. Upon roll call – Ayes: All; Noes: None. Motion carried.