REGULAR VILLAGE BOARD MEETING
VILLAGE OF FISHKILL
1095 MAIN STREET
July 16, 2013
Mayor opens the regular Village Board meeting.
Pledge of Allegiance
Present: Mayor Miccio, Deputy Mayor Phillips, Trustees Ferrara and Brozier, Clerk Angela Arasim, Trustee Newhard absent
Mayor entertains motion to accept the minutes of the July 1st meeting So Move Trustee Ferrara, Seconded Deputy Mayor Phillips, discussion, none, all in favor, Aye,
Mayor reads abstracts:
Trust & Agency $3,326.25
Cap. Projects Firehouse Renovation $4,610
Mayor entertains motion to approve abstracts as read, So Move Trustee Ferrara, Seconded, Trustee Brozier, discussion, none, all in favor, Aye.
Mayor reappoints Trustee Pete Phillips as Deputy Mayor.
Water/Sewer:Jim Miccio, Trudi Newhard; Buildings, Pete Phillips, Anthony Brozier; Public Works, Anthony Brozier, Jim Miccio, Parks, Angelo Ferrara, Trudi Newhard, Police, Pete Phillips, Anthony Brozier, Fire, Angelo Ferrara, Trudi Newhard, Finance/Insurance, Jim Miccio, Pete Phillips, Human Resources, Jim Miccio, Pete Phillips, Planning Liaison, Pete Phillips, Zoning Liaison, Angelo Ferrara , Court Liaison, Jim Miccio, Business Association Liaison, Angelo Ferrara.
Mayor entertains motion to reappoint Carl Wolfson as Acting Justice for a 1 year term starting July 1st, So move Deputy Mayor Phillips, Seconded, Trustee Ferrara, Discussion, none, All in favor, Aye. Motion carried
Mayor entertains motion to accept the Poughkeepise Journal as the official newspaper, So Move, Deputy Mayor Phillips, Seconded, Trustee Brozier, Discussion, none, All in favor, Aye. Motion carried
Mayor reads water and sewer warrant for the second quarter billing for $535,598.44 and entertains motion to accept as read, So Move, Trustee Brozier, Seconded, Deputy Mayor Phillips, Discussion, none, All in favor, Aye. Motion carried
Trustee Ferrara introduces Greg Gomes to the Board as he recommends him as a Zoning Board Alternate Member.
Deputy Mayor Phillips Moves to appoint Greg Gomes as an alternate to the Zoning Board, Seconded, Trustee Brozier, discussion, none, All in favor, Aye. Motion carried
Parking fees for overnight parking discussed
Deputy Mayor Phillips moves to establish a parking fee of $300/yr or $25/month for less than a year for permits, Seconded, Trustee Ferrara, discussion on stickers and location of stickers
Deputy Mayor Phillips amends his motion to include the location of the parking sticker to be put in the driver’s side rear passenger window, no further discussion, All in favor, Aye. Motion carried
BLDG INSPECTOR REPORT: Tom Vantine reads report; on file.
FIRE: Mayor reads report as submitted by Chief Scofield
Deputy Mayor Phillips moves to accept Protection Engine Co. #1 membership letter submitted by Secretary Donald Williams, Sr. for active membership of Brian D. Hunt, Seconded, Trustee Ferrara, discussion, none, All in favor, Aye. Motion carried
JUSTICE: Mayor reads report submitted by Court Clerk; on file.
POLICE: Commissioner Glenn Scofield reads report
WATER AND SEWER: Mayor reads report as submitted by Dave Morrison, water and sewer Superintendent; on file.
Sr. Project Coordinator: Rad Wilson gives report
Trustee Brozier moves to accept the lowest bid for the demolition of 10 Academy St. from Stoneykill Contracting for $14,700, Seconded, Deputy Mayor Phillips, discussion, Deputy Mayor Phillips mentions that Village has used them before and they have a good reputation, no further discussion, All in favor, Aye. Motion carried
Deputy Mayor Phillips discusses ambulance report as submitted by Trustee Newhard (on file) and asks to have Village Treasurer to look into high bill this month.
Deputy Mayor Phillips discusses expanding the width of the parking spaces in the municipal lot from 9ft to 10ft wide
Mayor entertains motion to set a public hearing for a proposed local law to increase the width of the parking spaces in the municipal parking lot from 9ft to 10 ft wide, for August 19th at 7pm, So Move, Deputy Mayor Phillips, Seconded, Trustee Ferrara, discussion, none, All in favor, Aye. Motion carried
Mayor introduces the new Pastor from the Fishkill United Methodist Church, Linda Willey
Martin Byster, Highview Dr. is present to discuss preserving the Jackson House; he submits a letter to the Board (on file)
Deputy Mayor Phillips moves to adjourn, seconded, Trustee Ferrara, discussion, none, all in favor, Aye. 8:42 pm
Angela Arasim, RMC, CMC