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June 17, 2014

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

June 17, 2014

AGENDA

 

 

There will be a Board of Trustees Meeting on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 7:30p.m. At the Piermont Village Hall as follows:

 

 

1.                 Public Comment

 

2.                 Approval of Minutes- May 13, 2014

                                  May 27, 2014

3.                 Department Report

 

4.                 Continue Discussion and Review of the 2014 Fiscal Year Budget and Actuals for Police Department

 

5.                 Public Hearing (7:45) Special Permit for Faith Artrip to convert single family dwelling to two family dwelling

 

6.                 Request for Special Permit from Tom Woods of 14 & Hudson for additional Parking Spaces

 

7.                 Discuss & Review minor renovations to the  exterior of Village Hall

 

8.                 Continue Discussion & Review Proposal from New NYBridge for marking a channel into Piermont

 

9.                 Resolution regarding the NYS DEC proposal for mitigation of invasive species in the Piermont Marsh.

 

10.            Review of proposed Zoning legislation limiting the location of establishments serving alcohol on premises and buildings occupied as schools or places of worship.

 

11.            Request from Margie Turrin, LDEO Education Coordinator, to hold educational classes at the Quad Building at the end of the Pier

 

12.            Request from Carol Cameron, Co-Coordination of the Piermont Community Garden to hold the annual Summer Solstice Picnic at Parelli Park

 

13.            Authorize the Mayor to sign the MS4 Municipal Compliance Certification

 

14.            Declare DPW 2003 Ford F-350 Pickup Surplus to be Auctioned

 

15.            SEQRA Resolution for the Northshore Walkway Seawall Repairs

 

16.            Approval of Warrant

 

17.            Old/New Business

 

18.            Executive Session-Pending Litigation/Personnel Discussion

 

19.            Adjournment

May 27, 2014

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

May 27, 2014

AGENDA

 

 

There will be a Board of Trustees Meeting on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at 7:30p.m. At the Piermont Village Hall as follows:

 

 

1.                 Public Comment

 

2.                 Approval of Minutes- May 13, 2014

3.                 Department Report

 

4.                 Review 2014 Fiscal Year to Date Budget for Fire/Police Department

 

5.                 Continued Discussion on proposed 2014-2015 Capital Budget

 

6.                 Bond Resolution- $135,000 Cyncon Municipal Tractor

 

7.                 Bond Resolution- $45,500 Fire Department Equipment

 

8.                 Bond Resolution- $99,000 Tax Certiorari

 

9.                 Review proposal from the Town of Orangetown for repairs to the Containment Wall located at the Eleanor Stroud Skating Pond

 

10.            Review Village Board Meeting dates for balance of 2014

 

11.            Authorize the Mayor to enter into agreement with Cornell Cooperative Extension with reference to EPA Phase 2 Stormwater Regulations

12.            Amend date of Public Hearing from Piermont Pub/Pizza to amend  Special Permit to allow outdoor seating

 

13.            Request from Kathleen Rowedder an art teacher at the Tappan Zee High School to change the previously approved date from May 16, 2014 to May 30, 2014 to hold a Plein Air Painting workshop

 

14.            Request from the Clearwater and Schooner Mystic Whaler to dock on the Pier October 2nd thru October 5th, 2014

 

15.            Review Proposal from New NYBridge for marking a channel into Piermont

 

16.            Review proposal from Korn Rosenbaum LLP to provide accounting services

 

17.            Discuss Request for Vacation Day holdovers for Village Hall Staff

 

18.            Approval of Warrant

 

19.            Old/New Business

 

20.            Executive Session-Pending Litigation/Personnel Discussion

 

21.            Adjournment

May 13, 2014

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

May 13, 2014

AGENDA

 

 

There will be a Board of Trustees Meeting on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 7:30p.m. At the Piermont Village Hall as follows:

 

 

1.                 Public Comment

 

2.                 Approval of Minutes- April 29, 2014

3.                 Department Report

 

4.                 Review proposal from the Piermont Chamber of  Commerce on the Beautification of the exterior of Village Hall

 

5.                 Continue Discussion on the Storm/Sewer Drain Issue on Route 9W

 

6.                 Public Hearing(7:45) Special Permit for Carolyn Winter to convert single family dwelling to two family dwelling

 

7.                 Request from Kathleen Rowedder an art teacher at the Tappan Zee High School to hold a Plein Air Painting workshop for her students on the Pier May 16, 2014

 

8.                 Continued Discussion on proposed 2014-2015 Capital Budget

 

9.                 Review Ban Rates for $625,000 Multipurpose Ban

 

10.             Bond Resolution- $135,000 Cyncon Municipal Tractor

 

11.             Bond Resolution- $45,500 Multipurpose Ban

 

12.             Bond Resolution- $99,000 Tax Certiorari

 

13.             Authorize Mayor to enter into agreement with Lamb & Barnosky, LLP

 

14.             Approval of Warrant

 

15.             Old/New Business

 

16.             Executive Session-Pending Litigation/Personnel Discussion

 

17.             Adjournment

 

April 29, 2014

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

April 29, 2014

AGENDA

 

 

There will be a Board of Trustees Meeting on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 7:30p.m. At the Piermont Village Hall as follows:

 

 

1.                 Public Comment

 

2.                 Approval of Minutes- April 1, 2014

3.                 Department Report

 

4.                 Request for Special Permit from Faith Artrip to convert a single family dwelling to a two family dwelling

 

5.                 Public Hearing (7:45)Road Opening Permit Local Law #3 of 2014

 

6.                 Request from Piermont Pub/ Pizza to amend Special Permit to allow outdoor seating

 

7.                 Resolution to adopt 2015 Base Proportions

 

8.                 Review proposed 2014-2015 Capital Budget

 

9.                 Resolution declaring the Memorial Day Parade, coordinated by the Piermont VFW on Monday, May 26, 2014, a Village Sponsored Event

 

10.             Review Engineer Proposal for preparation of the MS-4 Annual Report

 

11.             Discussion of summer closures to Motor Vehicle Traffic on the Pier (June 15th, July 20th. and August 17th ,2014)

 

12.             Review Village Board Summer Schedule

 

13.             Declare DPW 2002 Bombardier Surplus to be Auctioned

 

14.             Review Hudson Estuary Accessibility Project

 

15.             Develop list of items for future BAN/BONDS

 

16.             Approval of Warrant

 

17.             Old/New Business

 

18.             Executive Session- Pending Litigation / Personnel Discussion

 

19.             Adjournment

April 1, 2014

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

April 1, 2014

AGENDA

 

 

 

 

There will be a Board of Trustees Meeting on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 7:30p.m. at the Piermont Village Hall as follows:

 

 

1.                 Public Comment

 

2.                 Approval of Minutes- March 18, 2014

3.                 Department Reports

 

4.                 Request from Addison Fowler to extend the Board Walk and place a mile marker at the Piermont Train Station for an Eagle Scout Project.

 

5.                 Discussion and Update from the Piermont Historical Society

 

6.                 Public Hearing (7:45p.m.)- Amending Chapter 1 of Village Code as it pertains to the fine schedule of convictions for municipal Code violations Local Law #2 of 2014

 

7.                 Public Hearing (8:00p.m.) Tentative 2015 Budget

 

8.                 Declare DPW 2004 International Garbage Truck Surplus to be Auctioned

 

9.                 Authorize the Mayor to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the New York State Department of Transportation Commercial Vehicle Safety Program

 

10.            Request from the Historical Society of Rockland to provide a Bus tour of the Pier on June 21, 2014

 

11.            Request from the Clearwater and Schooner Mystic Whaler to dock May 9th thru May 10th, June 2nd thru June 5th, and July 6th thru July 8th, 2014

 

12.            Request from the Rockland Audubon Society to place receptacles to capture fishing line near the end of the Pier

 

13.            Request from Tour de Cure(American Diabetes); bicycles to ride through Piermont Saturday May 10, 2014 between 8am and 4pm

 

14.            Approval of Warrant

 

15.             Old/New Business

 

16.            Adjournment

March 4, 2014

INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF PIERMONT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

March 4, 2014

 

Present:  Mayor Christopher Sanders, Deputy Mayor Mark Blomquist, Trustee Lisa DeFeciani, Trustee John Gallucci  Jr.,  Trustee Steven Silverberg, Walter Sevastian, Esq.-Village Attorney, Stephanie Tassello- Clerk- Treasurer

 

 

Mayor Sanders called the meeting to order, and led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

 

Public Comment

 

No Public Comment

 

Approval of Minutes

 

Trustee Gallucci Jr., moved to approve the minutes from the February 18, 2014 meeting of the Board of Trustees.  Trustee Silverberg seconded the motion, which carried by a vote 5-0.

 

 

Department Reports

 

DPW

DPW Superintendent Tom Temple turned in his monthly report and reported the dump truck is back from being serviced.  He also reported he received reimbursement from the insurance carrier for the repairs to the Community Center.  He received notification from the DEC they are doing an MS -4 Audit on March 19, 2014, and lastly he is working with United Water for a minor repair at the Community Center.

 

Fire Dept.

Chief Cavanaugh – absent

 

Police Dept.

Chief O’Shea submitted his monthly report

 

 

Building Dept.

Building Inspector Charles Schaub will submit his monthly report

Continuation of the Public Hearing (7:35) Phil Griffin Site Plan Application for renovation/addition/alteration of a single family residence

Trustee Gallucci Jr. recused himself and left the boardroom.

 

Mayor Sanders reported a public hearing was adjourned from a previous Village Board Meeting on January 28, 2014, as it was believed that Mr. Griffin did not obtain the approval from the Majority of lot owners.  Mr Griffin scheduled to appear before the zoning board for a determination on that requirement. He withdrew his request to appear before the ZBA in the belief that he has received approval letters from the majority of lot owners.

 

Mr. Griffin submitted a letter addressed to Lillian Jagid, a resident of Piermont residing at 111 Shad Row, confirming his agreement that he will never have a roof top patio on the roof above his master bedroom. 

 

Mayor Sanders questioned why this letter was addressed to Lillian Jagid

Phil Griffin responded Lillian had expressed concerns to him she was advised from a neighbor that he was going to use the roof top as a Patio.  He wanted assure Ms. Jagid he had no intentions

 

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of a roof top patio and wanted to submit a letter for the record that he will not use the roof as a Patio.

 

Mayor Sanders read the letter into the record;

 

Dear Lillian,

 

This will confirm my agreement that I will never have any roof top patio on the roof above the roof of my master bedroom.  That the area above my bedroom is a roof and will not at anytime be used for a patio or any other purpose except a roof.

 

This agreement will be recorded in the County of Rockland Clerks Office after I obtain approval and will be permanent restriction on my deed and all further owners of my property.

 

I will also file whatever necessary paper work with the building department and the Village Board of Trustees to put this on official record with them also that the roof above my proposed master bedroom will never be used for a patio and the only people allowed up on there will be for maintenance only.

 

Phillip Griffin

 

Public Comment:

 

Mr. Roth, residing at 107 Shad Row, questioned how Mr. Griffin obtained the approval from Mrs. Jagid – she was initially strongly opposed to this site plan.

 

Mayor Sanders commented Mrs. Jagid came to a previous public hearing and expressed concern regarding the potential use of the roof top as a Patio.  Mr. Griffin explained to her it would not be used as a Patio and he submitted a letter confirming his agreement to be included as part of a permanent record for future reference.

 

Village Attorney Walter Sevastian reported if the board took any action on this, they could add a condition that the roof top could not be used as a Patio, and could only be used for maintenance.

 

Mr. Roth objects to Mr. Griffin submitting signed approval letters from majority of homeowners stating initially he indicated he did not need them and was referred to the zoning board for a determination.  He advised the board he was under the assumption Mr. Griffin was scheduled to go before the zoning board, and while some neighbors were away he obtained the signatures needed.  He questioned what was said to Mrs. Jagid to change her mind- she originally was opposed to the site plan, and now he cannot question Mrs. Jagid as she is on an extended vacation. He also questioned the legality of the majority approvals; he referenced the recorded 1995 map which states majority of the lot owners of this subdivision.  He advised the board in 2011 Mr. Griffin subdivided one unit into two units they became residences as property owners not lot owners.  He interprets this as Mr. Griffin not having Majority votes.  In addition to not having the votes, this site plan will ultimately change the visual scape and he has never offered a reason why he wants to do this

 

Claudia Kempton residing at 105 Shad Row commented she is a lot owner; she pays taxes and should be allowed to vote.  She further commented when the neighbors were opposed to this site plan their votes counted now Mr. Griffin has majority approval and now he is wants to exclude votes.  This site plan means a lot to her as the roof is leaking which is causing damage to her unit and is in need of repair.

 

Betty Lowey residing at 117 Shad Row commented she was never approached and asked to sign any letter.  She referenced the recorded 1995 map and believes the intent is to be for the original 5 lot owners to have the vote.  She does not know when Mr. Griffin’s unit was changed

 

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from commercial to mixed use, however Mr. Griffin’s unit was established for Commercial use and was to act as a buffer between the view and the residential area.

 

Tatiana Roth commented that Mr. Griffin recently built two rooms within his condo, and does not know why he wants to further expand. 

 

Yelena Anisina residing at 105 Shad Row responded to Tatiana that there was a dormer installed to separate the room to allow her family to visit, while providing some privacy.

 

Village Attorney Walter Sevastian commented this is a site plan application in the RD West district it is a permitted use in that district by special permit by the Board and majority approval.  To his understanding the majority signatures obtained are sufficient.

 

Trustee Silverberg submitted a photograph Mr. Griffin’s unit, and asked Mr. Griffin to provide details of his site plan based off his photograph to get a better understanding of the visual impact of his proposal.

 

Phil Griffin examined the photograph explained where the dormers on the roof on the sides will be removed and the roof will be lowered by 5 feet.  He submitted a sketch of the interior of his unit and addressed the board his reason for this site plan application is that he currently has a studio and would like to add two bedrooms which would create additional space for his family to visit.

 

Building Inspector Charles Schaub referred to Mr. Roth’s comment regarding the language written in the recorded 1995 map which reads approval from the majority of lot owners of this subdivision and the Village Board.  He referred to Village Attorney to interpret the language and questioned if Mr. Griffin’s lot should be considered as one lot or should it include new owners within the lot.

 

Village Attorney Walter Sevastian referred to the building inspectors question and commented he would need additional time to research and review   

 

Phil Griffin commented he thinks it’s unfair to not allow an owner to vote 

 

Mayor Sanders commented the question becomes what is considered majority according to the 1995 map which established the subdivision included 8 lots and now one lot that is co-owned. 

 

 

Trustee Silverberg moved to close the public hearing, except to allow written submissions to the voting issue to be sent to the Village Attorney’s Office or the Clerk’s Office by 4:00p.m. on March 12, 2014 and for the Village Attorney to submit his findings at the next Village Board meeting on March 18, 2014.  Trustee Blomquist seconded the motion which carried by vote 4-0 

 

Mayor Sanders tabled this item to the Village Board Meeting on March 18th, 2014

 

 

Public Hearing (7:40) Claudia Kempton Site Plan application for the renovation/addition/alteration of a single family residence

 

Mayor Sanders commented this application will also require an opinion from the Village Attorney.

 

Claudia Kempton expressed concern that her vote may not be included she is a lot owner pays taxes and is responsible for her property.  She understands her request would need an opinion from the Village Attorney, however she thinks this is a technicality being used against one property owner to another and wondered if at the time this was recorded did they think about future lot owners like her. 

 

 

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Mr. Roth responded this is not a technicality; this is the way things are decided in the law.  He is willing to compromise with Mrs. Kempton- her request is not a drastic change. However he believes the layout of her deck is an encroachment of his privacy.  He does not agree that Mrs. Kempton is a lot owner, she is a property owner.

 

Tatiana Roth addressed the board she is willing to compromise with Mrs. Kempton if makes modifications to her existing deck and puts up a privacy wall.

 

 

Trustee Silverberg moved to close the public hearing, except to allow written submissions to the voting issue to be sent to the Village Attorney’s Office or the Clerk’s Office by 4:00p.m. on March 12, 2014 and for the Village Attorney to submit his findings at the next Village Board meeting on March 18, 2014.  Trustee Blomquist seconded the motion which carried by vote 4-0 

 

 

Mayor Sanders tabled this to the Village Board Meeting on March 18th, 2014

 

Trustee Gallucci re-entered the meeting

 

Nomination of Christopher Friedman for the position of Part- Time Police Officer

 

Mayor Sanders commented he is pleased to nominate and appoint Mr. Friedman as a Part-Time Police officer at a rate of $28.00 per hour. Officer Friedman comes from the Town of Woodbury and is highly qualified and experienced.

 

Chief O’Shea reported Mr. Friedman would bring a lot of experience and training to his department.  Two areas that would be most helpful are his training as a Commercial vehicle inspector and Bicycle Officer.

 

A motion was made by Trustee Blomquist and seconded by Trustee Gallucci Jr.

Upon vote the motion carried by vote 5-0 and Mayor Sanders administered the Oath of Office.

 

Public Hearing (7:45) Special Permit Application from Robert Gazetta to establish a restaurant

Mr. Gazetta submitted an email stating he was unable to attend the public hearing

 

Trustee Silverberg moved to open a Public Hearing on the Special Permit Application.  The motion was seconded by Trustee Gallucci Jr. and upon vote the public hearing was opened.

 

Village Attorney Walter Sevastian reported Mr. Gazzetta submitted an application for a special permit to change the use to establish a restaurant in the RD-West District.  The special permit requires a public hearing with a referral to the Planning Board for an Advisory Opinion.  The planning board issued an Advisory Opinion that no additional parking was needed this special permit would need to be reviewed annually as determined by the building inspector.

 

Trustee Silverberg questioned the Building Inspector if he reviewed the site plan and if it meets building code

 

Trustee Gallucci Jr. questioned if this request is for limited cooking

 

Building Inspector Charles Schaub commented Mr. Gazetta submitted an application that he will have limited cooking which would include sushi he would meet standard building codes.

 

Trustee Silverberg moved to adjourn the Public Hearing to March 18, 2014 at 7:45p.m because Mr. Gazetta was not present.  Trustee DeFeciani seconded the motion which carried by vote 5-0

 

 

 

 

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Public Hearing (8:00) Special Permit Application from Laura Straus to permit the sale of food and alcohol

Trustee Silverberg moved to open a Public Hearing on the Special Permit Application.  The motion was seconded by Trustee Gallucci Jr. Defeciani and upon vote the public hearing was opened.

 

Village Attorney Walter Sevastian referred to Village Code 210-67.4 Uses permitted by special permit in the RD-West District (6) Establishments for the sale of food and beverages, including catering establishments and restaurants (not including supermarkets or fast-food establishments) the only requirement is for the sale of liquor the applicant would need to renew annually.

 

Laura Straus commented she would like to bring new  clientele to her establishment and hold more events while providing the option to sell alcohol.  She would also provide or sell light snacks.

 

There was no Public Comment

 

Trustee Gallucci Jr. questioned if her layout of the tables are permanent.

 

Laura Straus commented she is flexible and will be testing the layout to what works best for the event.

 

Mayor Sanders read the advisory opinion from the planning board, which they made a motion that the Village Board consider approval of the prove the special permit

 

Trustee Gallucci Jr. moved to close the public hearing.  Trustee DeFeciani seconded the motion which carried by vote 5-0

 

RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE OF PIERMONT BOARD OF TRUSTEES

SPECIAL PERMIT REQUEST – 10 Roundhouse Road– 75.55-1-1.10 (the “premises”)

WHEREAS, Laura Straus (the “Applicant”) has, at the direction of the Piermont Building Inspector, filed an application for a Special Permit under Village Code Section 210-67.4, seeking approval from the Village Board to serve alcohol and snacks in her existing Art Gallery (a copy of the Applicant’s narrative submitted in support of the application is attached hereto and made a part hereof).

WHEREAS, The premises are located in the RD-West Zoning District;

WHEREAS, the Special Permit Application, as required under Village Code 210-67.4, was referred for comment to the Planning Board;

WHEREAS, recommendations for approval of the application submitted back from the Planning Board is attached hereto and made a part hereof;

WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees held a public hearing on the application at its regularly scheduled meeting held on March 4, 2014;

WHEREAS, the Village Board took testimony and public comment regarding the application at said meeting;

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Piermont Village Board of Trustees hereby establishes itself as the Lead Agency for the purpose of review of the proposed action under the provisions of the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA);

 

 

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Village Board of Trustees undertakes a SEQRA review of the proposed Special Permit renewal application and finds as follows:

1.                              That the Special Permit renewal application is a Type II Action under NYCRR 617.5 (19), requiring no further action by the Village Board.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the application for a Special Permit to permit the sale and service of alcohol and snacks at the Applicant’s existing Art Gallery in APPROVED, with the following conditions:

a.  The Special Permit shall be specific to Laura Straus’s application, and shall not be tied to the property.  The Special Permit shall lapse and be void in the event of a change in ownership or occupancy of the premises.

b.  The Special Permit shall be renewed annually in accord with the provisions of the Village Code relating to Special Permit renewals.

c.  The Applicant shall comply with all local and state laws (including but not limited to the New York State Alcohol Beverage Control Law) regarding the service and sale of alcoholic beverages.

This resolution was moved by Trustee Silverberg as amended and seconded by Trustee Mark Blomquist upon 

 

Request from the Piermont Fire Department to use the Art Rittenberg Field

 

Sam Kropp a member of the Piermont Fire Department requested to use the Art Rittenberg Field either Wednesday or Friday for 6 scheduled games April thru July for the Volunteer Fire Departments softball league. 

 

Trustee Blomquist commented the Fire Department belonged to a league several years ago and would like to continue.

 

Trustee Silverberg moved to allow the Piermont Fire Department to use the Art Rittenberg Field for 6 scheduled games.  Trustee DeFeciani seconded the motion which carried by vote 5-0

 

Schedule a Public Hearing Amending Chapter 1 of Village code as it pertains to the fine schedule of convictions for the municipal code violations local law #2 of 2014

 

Trustee Silverberg DeFeciani made a motion to schedule a Public Hearing on Amending Chapter 1 of Village code as it pertains to the Fine Schedule of Convictions for the municipal code violations local law #2 of 2014 on April 1, 2014 at 7:40pm.  Trustee DeFeciani seconded the motion which carried by vote 5-0

 

Review 2014 Proposal from Lamb & Barnosky, LLP

 

Mayor Sanders contacted Lamb & Barnosky LLP to discuss their proposal. Mr. Zuckerman relayed to the Mayor that he appreciates the relationship he has with the Village and would like the board to consider an increase he is flexible as to when the increase may go into effect, however at this time he has withdrawn his request.

 

Trustee Silverberg suggested reviewing a possible increase for next fiscal budget. .

 

Mayor Sanders suggested discussing their proposal during the Clerks budget Workshop.

 

Approval of Warrant

Trustee Blomquist moved to approve the Warrants in the amount of $ 89,383.75 attached to the Minutes.  Trustee Gallucci Jr. seconded the motion, which was carried by a vote of 5-0.

 

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Old/New Business

 

 

Trustee Silverberg reported the Historical Society will hold another Meeting on March 11, 2014 to discuss planning and implement programs at the Train Station.  He also reported the Scenic Task Force Committee will hold a meeting on March 6, 2014 with the intention to soon reach out to the public for input.  

 

The board reviewed the Grievance Determinations by the Assessor/Consultant for 2014 These included 18 Grievances and 19 Grievances on storm-damaged properties

 

 

Trustee Silverberg abstained from any grievances located in Harbor Cove, and had no objections to the other recommendations.

 

 

Trustee Gallucci Jr. asked for clarification regarding one of the grievances. 

 

Village Attorney Walter Sevastian explained the details of the recommendation.

 

Trustee Gallucci Jr. moved to approve authorizing the Mayor to sign the Grievance Determinations.  Trustee Blomquist seconded the motion which carried by vote 4-0.

Trustee Silverberg abstained.

 

Executive Session

 

Trustee Gallucci Jr. moved to enter into Executive Session to discuss Pending Litigation, Tax Certiorari Settlements, and discussion on personnel compensation.  The motion was seconded by Trustee Blomquist and upon vote the Board entered Executive Session.

 

At 9:55 pm, Trustee Silverberg recused himself from the discussion on Tax Grievance Settlement and left the meeting

 

Trustee Blomquist moved to exit Executive Session, which was seconded by Trustee Defeciani, and upon vote the Board adjourned Executive Session.

 

 

 

Adjournment

Trustee Gallucci Jr. moved to adjourn the meeting at 10:00pm. Trustee Blomquist seconded the motion, which was carried by a vote of 5-0.

 

                                                                                               

                                                                                                           

Respectfully submitted,

Stephanie Tassello

Clerk-Treasurer

March 18, 2014

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

March 18, 2014

AGENDA

 

 

 

 

There will be a Board of Trustees Meeting on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 7:30p.m. at the Piermont Village Hall as follows:

 

 

1.                 Public Comment

 

2.                 Approval of Minutes- March 4, 2014

3.                 Department Reports

 

4.                 Continuation of Phil Griffin Site Plan Application for the renovation/addition/alteration of a single family residence

 

5.                 Continuation of Claudia Kempton Site Plan Application for the renovation/addition/alteration of a single family residence

 

6.                 Request from Pier 701 to hold “Neil Berg’s Rock & Roll Decades” event

 

7.                 Village Clerk delivers FYE 2015 Budget & confirms date of Public Hearing

 

8.                 Continuation of Public Hearing (7:45p.m.) Special Permit Application from Robert Gazetta to establish a restaurant use  

 

9.                 Request for Special Permit from Carolyn Doyle Winter to convert a single family dwelling to a two family dwelling

 

10.            Resolution to amend Road/Sidewalk Opening Permit Fee Schedule

 

11.            Schedule a Public Hearing Amending section 172-5 of Village Code entitled “Street and Sidewalks opening and excavations” Local Law #3 of 2014

 

12.            Review proposal from Accountants JH Cohn/Reznick to provide accounting services for 2014/2015

 

13.            Review & approve Grievance Application determinations and authorize the Mayor to sign the Notices of Determination

 

14.            Request from the Piermont Chamber of Commerce to Hold their annual Bastille Day event

 

15.            Approve and Award Bid Holder C-4.80 Tractor with Hydraulic platform

 

16.             Approval of Warrant

 

17.             Old/New Business

 

18.            Executive Session-Personnel

 

19.            Adjournment

March 4, 2014- Workshop

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

March 4, 2014

Budget Workshop

 

 

 

There will be a joint Workshop of the Board of Trustees, and the Police Department on March 4, 2014 at 6:30pm at the Piermont Village Hall as follows:

 

 

 

 

1.                 Review preliminary 2015 Budget

 

2.                 Adjournment

March 4, 2014

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

March 4, 2014

AGENDA

 

 

 

 

There will be a Board of Trustees Meeting on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 7:30p.m. at the Piermont Village Hall as follows:

 

 

1.                 Public Comment

 

2.                 Approval of Minutes- February 18, 2014

3.                 Department Reports

 

4.                 Nomination of Christopher Friedman for the position of Part-Time Police Officer

 

5.                 Public Hearing (7:35p.m.) Phil Griffin Site Plan Application for the renovation/addition/alteration of a single family residence.

 

6.                 Public Hearing (7:40p.m.) Claudia Kempton Site Plan Application for the renovation/addition/alteration of a single family residence.

 

7.                 Public Hearing (7:45p.m.) Special Permit Application from Robert Gazetta to establish a restaurant use  

 

8.                 Public Hearing (8:00p.m.) Special Permit Application from Laura Straus to permit the sale of food and alcohol

 

9.                 Request from the Piermont Fire Department to use the Art Rittenberg Field

 

10.            Schedule a Public Hearing Amending Chapter 1 of Village Code as it pertains to the fine schedule of convictions for municipal Code violations Local Law #2 of 2014

 

11.            Review 2014 Proposal from Lamb & Barnosky, LLP

  

12.             Approval of Warrant

 

13.             Old/New Business

 

14.            Executive Session-Personnel

 

15.            Adjournment

February 18, 2014

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

February18, 2014

AGENDA

 

There will be a Board of Trustees Meeting on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 6:30p.m.at the Piermont Village Hall as follows:

 

 

  1. Grievance Hearing – 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
  2. Public Comment
  3. Approval of Minutes- February 4, 2014
  4. Department Reports
  5. Continuation of Public Hearing – Phil Griffin Site Plan Application for the renovation/addition/alteration of a single family residence.
  6. Continuation of Public Hearing – Claudia Kempton Site Plan Application for the renovation/addition/alteration of a single family residence.
  7. Presentation from Michael Safko for his preliminary hotel/residential development plan.

      8.   Declare Model Z40 Microfilm Reader Surplus

9. Request from Rockland Road Runners to hold their Annual South Nyack 10 Mile Run on September 7, 2014

 10.  Request from NYCLASS amendment to the Agreement

 11.   Approval of Warrant

 12.   Old/New Business

 13.  Adjournment

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