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Board of Trustees Meeting October 6, 2014

October 3, 2014
by
Board of Trustees

October 6, 2014 at 8:00 PM
1 Van Wyck Street

1. CALL TO ORDER:
 

Present/Absent
Mayor Wiegman
Trustee Davis
Trustee Gallelli
Trustee Levitt
Trustee Slippen
Attorneys Staudt/Feldman
Manager Zambrano
Treasurer Bullock
 Pledge of Allegiance
2. APPROVAL OF VOUCHERS:
Vouchers 2014-2015
General Fund
Water Fund
Sewer Fund
Capital Acct.
Trust & Agency

Warrant

3. PRESENTATIONS:
Presentation of Proclamation – Lisa Moir – Blue Pig
Presentation of Proclamation-Janet Mainiero – 9-11 Memorial 
4. PUBLIC HEARING:
a. To consider Local Law Introductory No. 3 of 2014 to amend the zoning code and zoning map of the village.
5. CORRESPONDENCE:
a.
Mark Duncan, Recreation Supervisor, re: Goblin Walk
b. Jim Christensen, Croton Council on the Arts; re: Fall Arts Festival 
c. Laurie Dean, Croton Community Coalition Coordinator and Chair, thanking the Village Board and Administration for continued support with the Croton Coalition and the Drug Free Communities Support Program grant
d. Dan O’Connor, Village Engineer, recommendation of change to Master Fee Schedule relating to special permit renewal fees
6. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION-AGENDA ITEMS:
7. PROPOSED RESOLUTIONS:
a. Authorizing the Village Manager to approve the proposal from Buckhurst Fish Jacquemart to revise Chapter 225 of the Village Code – Waterfront Revitalization at a total cost of $11,000
b. Authorizing the Village Manager to approve the proposal from Buckhurst Fish & Jacquemart to update the Village’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Program at a total cost of $65,000
c. Village Board of Trustees refers to the Village Planning Board the request for a zoning amendment for property located at 1 Baltic Place for a report back to the Village Board in accordance with Village Law. 
d. Special Permit Application for Mixed Use Occupancy at 379 Riverside Avenue:  the Village Board declares itself Lead Agency for SEQRA purposes and refers the Environmental Assessment Form, Coastal Assessment Form and other application documents to the Village Waterfront Advisory Committee for a recommendation of consistency with the Village’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan.
e. Calling for a Public Hearing on November 3, 2014 to consider the special permit renewal application from MetroPCS for a colocation of a personal wireless services facility located in the Croton-Harmon Train Station Parking Lot.
f. Board of Trustees approves employment contract between the Village and the Village Manager and authorizes the Mayor to execute the contract on its behalf.
g. Village Board of Trustees adopts the 2014 and 2015 Procedure and Policy Plans outlining employee eligibility for healthcare coverage provided by the Village. 
h. Authorizing the Village Manager to accept the proposal from EarthChannel for webstreaming services of the Village’s Board of Trustees Meetings in the amount of $4,995 per year and a one-time charge of $995 to migrate the Village’s data from Granicus to EarthChannel
i. Board of Trustees authorizes the Recreation Department to proceed with the necessary upgrades to the Duck Pond Park at a total approximate cost of $52,000 and authorizes the Village Manager to include the costs of the upgrade in this year’s bond acquisitions
j. Authorizing Village Treasurer to make budget transfers to the 2013/14 Water Fund and Debt Service Budgets.
k. Authorizing the Village Manager to sign amendment B of the Indexed Lump Sum Snow and Ice Agreement with New York State Department of Transportation.
l. Authorizing the Village Manager to approve the change orders from Blakeslee Arpaia Chapman Inc., of Branford, CT, in the amount of $113,619.22 for the Bulkhead Replacement Project at the Croton Yacht Club.
m. Authorizing  the Village Manager to approve the change order requests from DLG Contracting LLC for the Sidewalk and Curb Improvements Project at a total cost of $20,300
n. Authorizing the Village Manager to execute the agreement with the New York Power Authority (NYPA) to participate in the Energy Efficiency Service Program.
o. Acceptance of the Drug Free Communities Support Program grant received from the Federal Government Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in the amount of $125,000
8. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION-NON AGENDA ITEMS:
9. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
Regular Meeting, September 15, 2014
Executive Session Meeting, September 22, 2014
10. REPORTS:
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