June 17, 2014

 INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF PIERMONT

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING

June 17, 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 the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

Public Comment

 

Bill Herguth thanked the board for their participation in Sandy Recovery Project.  He asked to have the Village put a port-o-john in Kane Park.  Mr. Herguth claimed there are individuals using his woods as a bathroom.

 

Tom Temple reported the port-o-john located on the end of the Pier costs roughly $150 a month.  Tom Temple said that they can be rented seasonally.

 

Trustee DeFeciani said that she thinks it’s a good idea

Trustee Blomquist, agreed and thinks it will be at minimal cost

Trustee Gallucci Jr. said that he also thinks it’s a good idea.

Trustee Silverberg agreed.

 

Trustee Silverberg moved to install a port-o-john at Kane Park from A Royal Flush, at a rate not to exceed $160 per year.  Motion was seconded by Trustee DeFeciani and was so carried with a vote of 5 ayes and 0 nays.

 

Approval of Minutes

 

Trustee DeFeciani moved to approve the minutes from the May 13, 2014 meeting of the Board of Trustees.  Trustee Blomquist seconded the motion, which carried by a vote 4 ayes, 0 nays and one abstention by Trustee Gallucci.

Trustee DeFeciani moved to approve the minutes from the May 27, 2014 meeting of the Board of Trustees.  Trustee Blomquist seconded the motion, which carried by a vote 4 ayes, 0 nays and one abstention by Trustee Silverberg.

 

Department Reports

 

POLICE

 

Chief O’Shea reported PAL would like to sponsor a program for small children.  He was contacted by Matthew Fishman who would like to hold an art and dance session with young children, ages one to five, in the community center between 4:30 and 5:30p.m.  Chief O’Shea reported that the PAL youth program would supply a small budget.   Chief O’Shea reported there are no insurance or license requirements.    People would not be charged to take part in this program.   Matthew would like to hold this art and dance for young children.  He felt it would enable a community bond.

 

Trustee Silverberg made a motion to allow PAL to operate art/ dance classes for children ages 1 to 5 accompanied by their parent.  Trustee DeFeciani seconded the motion which carried by 5 ayes and 0 nays.

 

Chief O’Shea reported that he had signed an MOU to receive an antidote in the event of a heroin overdose called NARCAN at no additional charge to the Police Department. Chief O’Shea reported a rise in Heroin abuse amongst teenagers and that the Police Department is going to be trained in the use of NARCAN by the end of July.  Chief O’Shea reported that is part of a task force with the Sheriff Department for enforcement as well as education and prevention programs.

 

Chief O’Shea submitted and discussed a revised vehicle replacement plan.

 

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DPW

 

DPW Superintendent Tom Temple submitted his monthly report.  The DPW reported that 794 tons of garbage was picked up, 136 tons of rubbish/bulk was removed, 104 tons of leaves, brush and yard waste; and 10 tons of metal.  The village recycled 181 tons.

 

He received the new municipal tractor with boom arm and sidewalk plow and is in use around the Village.  Superintendent Temple reported that they had been out painting the lines, and cleaning out the catch basin around the Village.

 

Fire Dept.

Chief Cavanaugh – absent

 

Building Dept.

Building Inspector Charles Schaub reported that he will submit his report at a later time.  He further reported that he is extremely busy with building permits.

Mayor Sanders moved up agenda item #5

 

Public Hearing (7:45) for Special Permit for Faith Artrip to Convert a Single Family Dwelling to a Two Family Dwelling

 

Village Attorney Sevastian stated that this was an application seeking approval under Chapter 1.49 of the Village Code for a temporary conversion of a Single Family Dwelling to a Two Family Dwelling. Chapter 1.49 requires a Public Hearing for considering this special permit application. The Village Attorney prepared a resolution for the Board. The Planning Board, Zoning Board, and Building and Fire Inspectors all approved this. The Planning and Zoning board approved it with a condition if there is a change in ownership, the allowed conversion would be void, and it would also need to be renewed annually

 

Trustee Gallucci Jr.  made a motion to open the Public Hearing for converting a one family dwelling to a two family dwelling.  Trustee Silverberg seconded the motion and was carried with a vote of 5 ayes and 0 nays.  The Public Hearing was opened.

 

Faith Artrip explained to the Board that she would like to temporarily convert a one family house to a two family house located on the corner of Liberty Street. There was no additional square footage added, there is no need to for variances, and there is plenty of parking.

 

No public comment was forthcoming.

There were no Board Comments

 

Trustee DeFeciani moved to close the Public Hearing.  Trustee Gallucci Jr.  seconded the motion and upon vote of 5 ayes and 0 nays the Public Hearing was closed.

 

RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE OF PIERMONT BOARD OF TRUSTEES

 

SPECIAL PERMIT REQUEST – 2 Michigan Avenue – 75.63-1-15 (the “premises”)

 

WHEREAS, Faith Artrip (the “Applicant”) has, at the direction of the Piermont Building Inspector, filed an application for a Special Permit under Village Code Chapter 149, seeking approval from the Village Board for the temporary conversion of the existing one-family dwelling at the premises into a two family dwelling (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 R-7.5 Zoning District;

 

WHEREAS, the Special Permit Application, as required under Village Code Chapter 149, was referred for comment to the Planning Board, Zoning Board, and Building and Fire Inspectors;

 

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WHEREAS, recommendations for approval of the application submitted back from those departments are attached hereto and made a part hereof, each noting that the standards set forth under Village Code Chapter 149 have been met;

 

WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees held a public hearing on the application at its regularly scheduled meeting held on June 17, 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);

 

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 application for the temporary conversion to a two family dwelling meets all of the standards set forth in Chapter 149, therefore the application is a Type II Action under NYCRR 617.5 (15) & (19), requiring no further action by the Village Board.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the application for a Special Permit for the temporary conversion of 2 Michigan Avenue from a one-family dwelling to a two-family dwelling is hereby approved, with the following conditions:

 

a.  The Special Permit shall be specific to Faith Artrip’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.

 

Trustee Blomquist moved Trustee Gallucci Jr. seconded the above resolution which was carried with a vote of 5 ayes and 0 nays.

 

Mayor Sanders moved up item #6

 

Request from Tim Woods of 14 & Hudson for additional parking spaces

 

The Building Inspector Charles Schaub reported this is a new restaurant.  The previous owners had 190 internal seats and rented parking spaces from Plasterfold and Village Auto Body.  He reported the new restaurant is grandfathered for 100 seats on the first floor.  There is no requirement for parking for the original first floor restaurant.  The requirement is for the additional 48 seats on the second floor and the outside deck which requires an additional 16 parking spaces.  Building Inspector Schaub also reported Mr. Woods is interested in cleaning up the Plasterfold lot and install signage to obtain the additional required parking spaces.   He by rule was able to receive3 parking spaces; and, therefore, he would need a special permit for the additional 13 parking spaces.

 

Tim Woods requested to improve the Village property on Ohio Street known as the sand pile explaining he would use that area as parking.  He estimated that area could accommodate up to 22 parking spaces.  Mayor Sanders asked DPW Superintendent if the Village was using that lot.  Tom Temple replied that the only use for that lot is the storage of vehicles that have been surplused.  Trustee Silverberg asked what the signs would say.  The Building Inspector said that the signs would indicate there is additional parking, directing people down Ohio Street.

 

Trustee DeFeciani asked if it will increase traffic on Ohio Street.

Charlie Schwab explained people are driving down that way looking for parking anyway.

 

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Mayor Sanders remarked there are a couple of issues. Mr. Woods’ offer would increase available parking spaces and would improve the area on Ohio Street, however there is concern of maintenance once the parking area is established, especially in the winter time.

 

Walter Sevastian commented a special permit is required for the additional parking and would need to be referred to the planning board and zoning board for their input.  Trustee Gallucci said he was alright with the referral, if it is an application for the additional parking spaces.  Village Attorney Walter Sevastian explained the two requests can be dealt with at the same time.

 

Trustee Silverberg said he disagreed that the two issues (request for additional parking and the creation of more parking) are separate.   He directed the applicant should present the alternative parking plan to the Planning Board so that the Village Board could get input on the plan; and, also asked Tommy Temple to review the plan and submit a report regarding maintenance and any other issue that may arise.   If the Village Board has all the information in front of them, they can consider both issues when it comes back to public hearing.

 

Trustee Blomquist moved to schedule a public hearing for a Special Permit on July 15, 2014 at 8:00pm.   Trustee DeFeciani seconded the motion which carried by vote of 5 ayes and 0 nays.

 

Item #4 – Continue Discussion and Review of the 2014 Fiscal year end budget and actual for Police Department Budget and request for a new vehicle.

 

Mayor Sanders reported that at the last meeting the board left with some uncertainty with budget overages and collective bargaining agreement retro payouts, and the effect they had on the FYE ’14 budget.

Chief O’Shea reported he and the Village Clerk had reviewed the retro and raises and he believed the police budget was in good shape, not over budget.   He also said they had looked at the Police revenue lines which include the Police sales tax, film fees, traffic safety and the youth program.   He explained there are additional revenues expected to be received.

Discussion was held regarding the revenue portion of the budget.

 

Chief O’Shea requested to purchase a new vehicle with the remaining funds earmarked for police equipment, which will also be offset with the sale of the Chevy Impala.

 

Mayor Sanders reviewed the Vehicle replacement plan over the next 10 years.  He also explained the Village has not purchased vehicles for the Police Department over the past few years, as the latest vehicle replacements were received through grants or seizure funds.

 

Trustee Silverberg agrees that the Village should authorize the purchase of a new vehicle.

 

Trustee Gallucci, Jr. concurred with Trustee Silverberg and thinks it will be beneficial.

 

Trustee Blomquist said he thinks the most important thing is that Chief O’Shea is able to get around during storms and emergencies.

 

Trustee DeFeciani just wanted to note that the recent purchase of Police vehicles was funded thru grants or seizure funds and was not a cost to the Village of Piermont.  Chief O’Shea said he wanted to put an article in the newsletter explaining that the last three vehicles were purchased through grants or seizure funds to educate the public.

 

Trustee Gallucci moved to authorize the Chief O’Shea to purchase a 2014 Ford Explorer Interceptor at a cost not to exceed $35,000 out of 2014 fiscal year budget from county sales tax and auction of excess police vehicle.  Trustee Silverberg seconded the motion which carried by vote of 5 ayes and 0 nays.

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

 

Trustee DeFeciani explained the Chamber of Commerce requested to beautify the exterior façade of Village Hall at the last Village Board Meeting.   Discussion was held to involve the

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Department of Public Works to provide minor repairs to the façade.  The Chamber of Commerce is going to donate planters and window boxes.

 

Tom Temple reported the Department of Public Works can install the new window which was already purchased.  They can paint the trim, pressure wash the building and remove the old telephone.

 

Item #8 Continue Discussion & Review Proposal from New NY Bridge for marking channel into Piermont

 

Mayor Sanders did not have any new material to review for the marking of the channel.  He reported that he requested more information from representatives from the TZ bridge group. Fire Chief Dan Goswick has received GPS positions so he can check the depths in the areas under discussion.  Mayor Sanders has also reached out to the New NY Bridge to accept liability regarding marking the channel and maintaining it while the construction continues and the Restricted Navigation Area is in place.   Mayor Sanders said that everyone is in agreement that there is a deep channel along the north edge of the pier.   What remains in question are the depths as you get towards the entrance to the marinas.   Mayor Sanders said that what they are requesting is a channel to provide access into the marinas.

 

Trustee DeFeciani pointed out there needed to establish a no-wake zone along the Pier channel.

 

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

 

Mayor Sanders explained some board members had the opportunity to meet with the Piermont Marsh Alliance and the Piermont Marsh Conservancy. He said that, based upon the conversations from last meeting, that the Village does have an interest in the marsh for two reasons:

 

1)the marsh has significant protection to life and property from storm surge; and, 2) the marsh is a critical aesthetic resource both for residents and tourists, providing an economic benefit. He presented a resolution for the board’s consideration.  This resolution is meant ask representatives from New York State Parks and DEC to return to meet with the Village Board as well as representatives from the Village to begin to talk about what this mitigation plan will be moving forward.

 

Trustee DeFeciani asked if there is significant opposition from the residents, as well as from the board, can the DEC proceed with their plan.

 

Mayor Sanders explained even though there is significant opposition,  the marsh is State property and not property of the Village of Piermont.   As New York State Residents, individual Village residents can object.   This resolution is merely to reflect the fact that the Village has standing as a neighboring municipality and abutting property owner.

 

Trustee Blomquist thinks it’s necessary to keep this resolution general.

 

Trustee Gallucci expressed this is an ‘information gathering’ time and the proposed resolution gets the point across and represents the resident’s position.  He does not have any modifications.

 

Trustee Silverberg believes it necessary to remind the DEC that we are very interested in the project and that there are concerns with the plan and there is serious opposition to the use of herbicides.  He believes this is a good resolution needed to be drafted to oppose the use of herbicides.

 

Mayor Sanders would certainly forward this to Betsy Blair from NYS DEC and Ed McGowan NYS Parks and would look to schedule a meeting with them in September.

Trustee Silverberg suggested also sending a copy to Governor Cuomo.

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Regarding the Hudson River Estuary Habitat Restoration Program
in the Piermont Marsh

 

RESOLUTION
BOARD OF TRUSTEES

 

June 17th 2014

 

WHEREAS, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has granted the New York State Thruway Authority a permit, signed and dated March 25th 2013, “…to construct a new crossing of the Hudson River consisting of two parallel structures between Rockland County and Westchester County” and;

 

WHEREAS, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s approval of this permit was contingent on compliance with the ECL Article 11, (Permit ID 3-9903-00043/00014) Effective Date, March 25, 2013; Expiration Date, March 24, 2019 and;

 

WHEREAS, upon the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s approval, the New York State Thruway Authority “…shall implement a Compensatory Mitigation Plan in accordance with the schedule in the approved plan” and;

 

WHEREAS, this “Compensatory Mitigation Plan” included the following:  “Wetlands Enhancement at Piermont Marsh – To implement a plan to enhance and restore Piermont Marsh that will reduce invasive species (primarily Phragmites)…” the control of Phragmites “will be implemented on approximately 200 acres through application of herbicide or other means with the goal, where practically achievable, of complete eradication from 90% of the project area while minimizing damages to native vegetation. Maintenance spraying will be performed over a five-year period as needed” and;

 

WHEREAS, in a letter dated September 17, 2013, to Thomas Rudolph, Acting Regional Director, Region 3 of the New York Stated Department of Environmental Conservation, the Village strongly requested that details of ANY plan involving the Piermont marsh be presented at a Public Meeting with the Board of Trustees of the Village of Piermont for its consideration, and subsequently hosted several meetings with representatives of the New York Stated Department of Environmental Conservation and New York State Parks Commission;

 

WHEREAS, credible scientific analysis provided to the Piermont Village Board supports the conclusion that the presence of Phragmites in the Piermont Marsh provides an important barrier to the damaging effect of storm surge and wave action that will inevitably threaten the Village in the future; so

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Piermont Village Board believes that  the Piermont Marsh, in its current condition, provides significant protection to life and property of Village residents from storm surge and wave action and;

 

The Piermont Village Board finds that the Piermont Marsh, in its current condition, is a critical aesthetic resource, providing significant economic benefit to the Village and abutting property owners, and plays a role in our tourist economy and;

 

The Piermont Village Board, as the governing body of the neighboring municipality and abutting property owner to the Piermont Marsh, strongly objects to the original “Compensatory Mitigation Plan”, and has a critical interest in the implementation of mitigation efforts in the Piermont Marsh, and demands to officially be involved with any further planning with regards to the Piermont Marsh

 

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Village of Piermont notes the following findings with regards to the DEC’s original plan which effect subsequent plans for the management of Phragmites in the Piermont Marsh:

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–          There is significant opposition from Village residents with regards to the utilization of herbicides in controlling invasive species in the marsh

 

–          Although there seems to be a plan, including funding from the construction
of the new NY Bridge for the initial work in the Piermont Marsh, the Village strongly believes there needs to be a long-term management plan in the
marsh as part of any plan

 

The Village asks for representatives from the NYS DEC & NYS Parks to return to meet with the Board of Trustees, and representatives from Village stakeholder groups, to jointly develop a plan for the Piermont Marsh.

 

Moved to vote by Trustee Silverberg; Seconded by Trustee Gallucci Jr. Upon the vote this Resolution passed by unanimous assent.

 

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

 

Village Attorney Walter Sevastian reported there is a provision in NY State Alcohol Beverage Control law that if someone applies for a liquor license and they are within 200 feet of a school or place of worship, they cannot obtain a liquor license.  This proposed legislation will mirror that language in our local law in the Village code.

 

In order to amend the code it would need to be referred the Planning Board and referred out to other interested agencies.

 

Trustee Silverberg would like to see it move forward.

 

Trustee DeFeciani moved to refer to the Planning Board   Trustee Blomquist seconded the motion which carried by a vote of 5 ayes and 0 nays.

 

Item #11-Request from Margie Turrin, LDEO Education Coordinator, to hold educational classes at the quad building at the end of the Pier.

 

Trustee DeFeciani moved to approve the request of Margie Turrin to hold ongoing educational classes at the Lamont Doherty Block building from June 17th, 2014 to June 16th, 2015. Trustee Gallucci Jr. seconded the motion, which was carried by a vote of 5 ayes 0 nays.

 

Item #12-Request from Carol Cameron to hold the Annual Summer Solstice Picnic at Parelli Park

Carol Cameron, co-coordinator of the Piermont Community Garden request to hold the annual Summer Solstice Picnic at Parelli Park on June 21, 2014 from 5:00pm to 10:00 pm.

 

Trustee Gallucci, Jr. moved to approve the annual Summer Solstice Picnic at Parelli Park on June 21, 2014 from 5:00pm to 10:00pm.  Trustee DeFeciani seconded the request which carried by vote 5 ayes 0 nays

 

Item #13-Authorize the Mayor to sign the MS4 Municipal Compliance Certification. 

Tom Temple reported this is an annual report which is on file and published on the Highway Department website.  This is an annual report regarding storm drain cleaning and illicit discharge.

 

Trustee Silverberg moved to authorize the Mayor to sign the MS4 Municipal Compliance Certification.  Trustee Gallucci Jr. seconded the motion which carried with by vote 5 ayes 0 nays

 

Item #14- Declare DPW 2003 Ford F-350 Surplus to be auctioned

Trustee Gallucci, Jr.  moved to declare the 2003 Ford 4-350 VIN #1FTSW31L03ED28074 as surplus and to be auctioned.  Trustee Blomquist seconded the motion which carried by a vote 5 ayes 0 nays.

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Item #15-SEQRA Resolution for the Northshore Walkway Seawall Repairs

 

Trustee Blomquist moved the following resolution.

 

RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE OF PIERMONT BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGARDING THE REPAIR OF THE NORTHSHORE WALKWAY

 

 

WHEREAS,  the Village Board of the Village of Piermont has applied to FEMA for 90% reimbursement of a portion of the Northshore Walkway damaged by Superstorm Sandy;

 

WHEREAS, the Village of Piermont has previously published notice of its intent to be Lead Agency for the purpose of a SEQRA review of the project;

 

WHEREAS, the NYSDEC has issued a jurisdictional determination that no permit is required from their office;

 

WHERAS, the Village Engineer has determined that the proposed repair work falls under an Army Corps of Engineers Nationwide Permit #3, which requires no preconstruction notification to the Corps of Engineers.

 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the 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), and determines that a SEQRA Negative Declaration is determined with respect to the action in that the project to repair portions of the Northshore Walkway damaged by Superstorm Sandy will have no discernible adverse impact on the environment that cannot be mitigated; based upon the EAF and accompanying documentation prepared by the Village Engineer with respect to the project.

The motion was seconded by Trustee DeFeciani and so carried with a vote of 4 ayes 0 nays and 1 abstention by Trustee Gallucci.

 

Approval of Warrant

 

Trustee Blomquist moved to approve the Warrants in the amount of $ 372,176.84 as presented by the Village Clerk.  Trustee Gallucci Jr. seconded the motion, which was carried with a vote of 5-0.

 

Old/New Business

Village Attorney Walter Sevastian requested an executive session for pending litigation and personnel matters.

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Trustee DeFeciani requested to have the purchase of electronic tablets for the Village Board Trustees on the next village board meeting agenda July 15, 2014.

 

Trustee Silverberg wanted to remind the board there is a Scenic Hudson Task Force meeting open to the public this Thursday June 19th 2014, to get their input.

 

Mayor Sanders reported on the repairs to 13 marine and funding this through the 2014 budget. There were two items earmarked from a capital expenditure standpoint; the forward-looking radar for $17,000, and the motor repair which was about $15,000.  Subsequently we received reimbursement for the motor repair from our insurance in the amount of $12,000.  However there was an additional expenditure in the amount of $12,000 for installation and re-wiring for the forward-looking radar unit.  Mayor Sanders would like to fund the installation of the forward-looking radar and the re-wiring through the 2015 capital equipment budget and take the balance of the motor equipment repair for 13 marine and expense that in the FYE 2014 budge line for equipment repair.   Discussion was held by the Board.

 

Trustee Silverberg moved to approve the purchase of a Laptop using the remaining money on the Grant expenditure line at a cost not to exceed $1,000.  Trustee DeFeciani seconded and the motion was carried with a vote of 5 ayes and 0 nays.

 

Mayor Sanders reported that he had received a request to install a handicap swing in Kane Park by a resident who has a handicapped child.

 

Trustee Silverberg made a motion to purchase an ADA compliant swing at an amount not to exceed $350, to be installed in Kane Park.   The motion was seconded by Trustee Gallucci, Jr. and was so carried with a vote of 5 ayes and 0 nays.

 

Executive Session

 

Trustee Gallucci, Jr. moved to enter into Executive Session to discuss Pending Litigation and discussion on personnel compensation.  The motion was seconded by DeFeciani and the motion was carried with a vote of 5 ayes 0 nays.

 

Trustee Silverberg moved to exit Executive Session, which was seconded by Trustee Gallucci Jr. and upon vote the Board adjourned Executive Session.  The Village Clerk noted that no action was taken while in executive session.

 

Adjournment

Trustee Gallucci Jr. moved to adjourn the meeting at 10:15pm. Trustee Silverberg seconded the motion, which was carried with a vote of 5-0.

 

Respectfully submitted,

Stephanie Tassello

Clerk-Treasurer

 

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