9/18/17 Village Board Meeting

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REGULAR VILLAGE BOARD MEETING                                   

VILLAGE OF FISHKILL

1095 MAIN STREET

September 18, 2017

 

 

Mayor opens Village Board meeting at 7pm

 

Pledge of Allegiance

 

Present: Mayor Miccio, Deputy Mayor Phillips, Trustees Brozier and Newhard, Village Clerk Angela Arasim

Note; Trustee Ferrara absent

 

Mayor entertains motion to approve the minutes of September 6th meeting, So Move, Deputy Mayor Phillips, Seconded, Trustee Brozier, none, all in favor: Dep. Mayor Phillips, Aye, Trustee Newhard, Aye, Trustee Brozier, Aye.  Motion carried.

 

Mayor reads abstracts:

General $67,554.96

Water $53,583.13

Sewer $66,501.59

Capital Projects Glenham Meter Pit $855

Serial Bond Interest Payment Firehouse Renovation and Fire Truck $44,466.67

 

Mayor entertains motion to approve abstracts as read, So Move Trustee Newhard, Seconded, Trustee

Brozier, discussion, none, all in favor, Dep. Mayor Phillips, Aye, Trustee Newhard, Aye, Trustee Brozier, Aye.  Motion carried.

 

Mayor entertains motion to set a public hearing for Bill A-2017, a Proposed Local Law to Amend Permit Procedures for Construction in the Public Right of Way, So Move, Trustee Newhard, Seconded, Trustee Brozier, Discussion, none, all in favor, Dep. Mayor Phillips, Aye, Trustee Newhard, Aye, Trustee Brozier, Aye.  Motion carried.

 

Trustee Brozier suggests that an “emergency excavation provision” be incorporated into the proposed local law

 

 

REPORTS

 

Building Inspector – Read by Tom Vantine, on file

 

Discussion regarding the damage to tree in front of 1068 Main Street caused by workers of the property owner; Village Attorney to send letter.

 

Tom Vantine states he has interviewed several applicants for the position of part time fire inspector and recommends the hiring of James Brady based on his experience.

 

Deputy Mayor Phillips moves to hire James Brady, Seconded, Trustee Brozier, discussion, rate of pay will be $20/hr for 10 hours per week, all in favor, Dep. Mayor Phillips, Aye, Trustee Newhard, Aye, Trustee Brozier, Aye.  Motion carried.

 

Fire: read by Chief Knapp, on file.

 

Justice report submitted by Court Clerk and read by Mayor

 

Police report read by Commissioner Scofield, Jr.

 

Discussion regarding car show, Classic Cruisers representative is present to ask Board to reconsider allowing road to close to Jackson St. instead of Bedford Ave. Board remains with decision made, based on Police Commissioners concerns brought up at last meeting.

 

Water/Sewer: Mayor reads report submitted by Dave Morrison, on file

 

Project Coordinator- Rad Wilson reads report

 

Mayor discusses plan of changing locks in Village Hall and possibly installing camera at handicapped entrance to allow staff to view before releasing lock.

 

Ambulance report submitted

 

Fire Chief Knapp and Asst. Chief Vilardi are present to discussion the Fire Truck Committee’s report for the purchase of a new truck.  Board to review report and revisit at the October 23rd meeting.

 

Deputy Mayor Phillips moves to adjourn, Seconded Trustee Newhard, discussion, none, all in favor, Dep. Mayor Phillips, Aye, Trustee Newhard, Aye, Trustee Brozier, Aye.  Motion carried.  8:00 pm

 

Submitted by:

 

 

 

Angela Arasim, CMC, RMC

Village Clerk

Date: 

Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 12:15

Entity: 

Village Board

Type of Notice: 

Minutes