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Village Board Agenda October 20, 2014

October 17, 2014
by
Board of Trustees

October 20, 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:
Other- Consideration of Local Waterfront Revitalization Program policies in determining consistency with regard to Introductory Local Law 3 of 2014 PRE and RA-60 Rezoning.
4. CORRESPONDENCE:
a.
Community Blood Program; re:  Blood Drive on December 7, 2014.
b.
Greg Ball, Senator, NYS Senate 40th District; re: Veteran’s Hall of Fame Induction
c.
Croton Friends of History; re: The McAndrews Estate- From Empire to Ruin
d.
New York Metropolitan Transportation Council; re: Public Comment and Webinar on Draft NYMTC Transportation Conformity Determination.
e.
Edward A. Davidson, Attorney at Law; re: 1300 Albany Post Road
5. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION-AGENDA ITEMS:
6. PROPOSED RESOLUTIONS:
a. Authorizing the Village Manager to execute the contract with Student Assistance Services Corporation for an amount not to exceed $16,016.00 for the continuation of a grant from the U.S. Department of Health Human Service and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration under the Drug Free Community Support Program.
b. Board of Trustees rescinds the October 6, 2014 resolution for upgrades to the Duck Pond Park in the amount of $52,000 and authorizes the upgrades to the Duck Pond Park in the amount of $78,300 and authorizes Village Manager to include the costs of the upgrade in this year’s bond acquisitions.
c.
To amend the 2013-14 Master Fee Schedule for Village Board Special Permits and Renewals.
d. Authorizing the Village Manager to sign the lease agreement with the New York State Department of Transportation, for State-owned property located at the Village Commuter Parking Lot A and authorizing the Village Treasurer to transfer $1,854 from Contingency Account # A1990.4000 to Parking Account # A5650.4000 to cover the monthly increase.
e. Village Board to authorize the financing of the costs of (i) the acquisition of computers and upgraded software ($25,000), (ii) the acquisition of two police vehicles ($61,200), (iii) upgraded live scan fingerprint equipment ($18,360), (iv) replacement of a senior bus ($56,100), and (v) acquisition of a recreational vehicle ($25,500),  and related preliminary and incidental costs, in and for the Village, at a total cost not to exceed $186,660, in accordance with the Local Finance Law.
f. Village Board to authorize the financing of the costs of (i) the replacement and acquisition of a cascade system responsible for refilling all SCBA bottles ($12,240), (ii) the installation of a central air-conditioner for Washington Engine Firehouse ($25,500), (iii) the installation of a generator for Washington Engine Firehouse ($45,645), (iv) the acquisition of a pre-fabricated modular building to replace a parking lot trailer ($61,200), (v) the replacement of Cobra head parking lot lights with LED lights ($25,500), and (vi) the acquisition of a shed for equipment at the Municipal Building ($20,400), and other preliminary and incidental costs, in and for the Village, at a total cost not to exceed $190,485, in accordance with the Local Finance Law.
g. Village Board to authorize the financing of the costs of (i) the repair of various roads ($102,000), (ii) the replacement and improvement of sidewalks and curbs ($102,000), (iii) the replacement of existing Cobra street head lamps with LED lights ($51,000), (iv) the rehabilitation of Half Moon Bay Bridge ($510,000), (v) the acquisition of a 4×4 pickup truck ($37,740), (vi) the acquisition of a sanitation truck ($187,680), (vii) the acquisition of a mechanic/service truck ($76,500), (viii) the replacement of a rotted dump body truck  ($10,200), (ix) the acquisition of a tire machine, tire balancer, and shop air compressor ($14,280), (x) the acquisition of uniform equipment upgrades ($74,715), and (xi) the replacement of playground equipment, chain link fence, and railroad tie wall ($79,866), and other preliminary and incidental costs, in and for the Village, at a total cost not to exceed $1,245,981 , in accordance with the Local Finance Law.
h. Village Board to authorize the financing of the costs of (i) the upgrading of the Washington Engine Firehouse building  ($6,936), (ii) the upgrading of the Grand Street Firehouse building ($46,614), (iii) the replacement of windows at the Harmon Firehouse ($51,000), (iv) the upgrading of the Harmon Firehouse building ($22,236), (v) the repairing of the roof at the water department office ($20,400), and (vi) the repairing of the Grand Street Firehouse apron ($178,500), and other  preliminary and incidental costs, in and for the Village, at a total cost not to exceed $325,686, in accordance with the Local Finance Law
i. Village Board to authorize the financing of the costs of the replacement of the existing sewage pumps and incidental costs related thereto, at a total estimated cost not to exceed $153,000, all in accordance with the Local Finance Law.
j. Village Board to authorize the financing of the costs of (i) the improvement of the water source and well field ($102,000) and (ii) the replacement and extension of the water main ($2,040,000), and other preliminary and incidental costs, in and for the Village, at a total estimated cost not to exceed $2,142,000, all in accordance with the Local Finance Law.
7. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION-NON AGENDA ITEMS:
8. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
Regular Meeting, October 6, 2014
9. REPORTS:
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