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Village Board Agendas for the Month of February 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING FEBRUARY 7, 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING FEBRUARY 14, 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING FEBRUARY 28, 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING FEBRUARY 7, 2000

 

MAYOR AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES

a. Request approval for Mayor William Glacken to attend the NYCOM 2000 Winter Legislative Meeting in Albany, New York on February 27 — 29, 2000 at an approximate cost of $1,200.00.

2. COMMUNICATIONS

a. Request approval of the Board of Trustees Minutes dated January 31, 2000 and February 1, 2000.

3. PUBLIC WORKS — Louis DiGrazia

a. Recommend acceptance of the contract "1998 Street Improvements Contract "A" at a final cost of$1,051,607.05 with the retainage to be released upon Village Board of Trustees accepting this contract and the submitting and approval of a 10% maintenance bond.

b. Recommend the contract "Freeport Fire Department Training Facility Bulkhead Replacement Project", be awarded to the lowest bidder, Atlantic Coast Dock Builders, 72 Tahlulah Lane, West Islip, New York, 11795 in the amount of $243,720.00 total bid.

4. BUILDING - Joseph M. Madigan

a. Request to accept contract of Talty Construction Inc., 108 Powell Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 11570 for Contracts 99-04-BLDG-012, 128 Sportsmans Avenue in the sum of $56,912.00, and 99-04-BLDG-015, 122 Sportsmans Avenue in the sum of $58,810.00 as final costs with the retainage to be released upon the Village Board of Trustees accepting these contracts.

b. Request to accept contract of Talty Construction Inc., 108 Powell Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 11570 for Contract 99-04-BLDG-010, 246 Arthur Street for the sum of $50,600.00 as final costs with the retainage to be released upon the Village Board of Trustees accepting this contract.

5. POLICE — Michael E. Woodward

a. Request authorization for Mark Wittich and Shawn O’Sullivan to attend the 2Day OSHA Course on March 7 - 8, 2000 in East Elm.hurst, New York at an approximate cost of $861.00.

b. Request authorization for Arthur Burdette, Al Gros, Ray Eustace, and Miguel Bermudez to attend the Rapid Deployment to High Risk Incidents Training Seminar on March 27-28, 2000 in White Plains, New York for an approximate cost of $1,555.00.

6. TREASURER — Vilma I. Lancaster

a. Request to advance funds from Fleet Bank, N.A., general fund account #3-00209466-9 to the elevation project capital fund account #H 8 197.284.

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES FEBRUARY 14, 2000

1. COMMUNICATIONS

a. Request approval of the Board of Trustees Minutes dated February 7, 2000.

b. Request authorization for Mayor Glacken to sign the hold harmless agreement needed for the Freeport Schools to allow use of the high school grounds for the Memorial Day Parade on May 29, 2000.

2. VILLAGE COUNSEL Harrison J. Edwards

a. Request to set a public hearing on February 28, 2000 at 8:00 p.m. to consider a local law to amend Chapter 180 of the Code of the Incorporated Village of Freeport, New York, entitled "Streets and Sidewalks" by repealing section 180-3, entitled "Use of sidewalks by merchants; shopping carts" and by adopting a new section 180-3, entitled "Use of sidewalks by merchants" and by amending Chapter 155 entitled "Peace and good order" by adopting a new article VII entitled "Shopping Carts."

b. Request to set a public hearing on February 28, 2000 at 8:00 p.m. to consider a local law to amend Chapter 155 of the Code of the Village of Freeport, entitled "Peace and Good Order" by adding a new article VIII, entitled "Panhandling".

3. PUBLIC WORKS — Louis DiGrazia

a. Request approval for Oliver Carman, George Mulholland, Robert A. Capozzoli and James Noone to attend the Ford Engine Performance Training for 1987-2000 Vehicles in Ronkonkoma, New York on February 9-10, 2000 at an approximate cost of $756.00.

b. Request the contract "Janitorial Services for the Department of Public Works" — March 1, 2000— February 28, 2001" be awarded to Total Care Cleaning and Maintenance Services, 300 Woodcleft Avenue, Freeport, New York 11520 for a total cost of $11,800.00.

4. VILLAGE AUDITOR — Thomas J. Preston

a. Request the Board of Trustees authorize the Mayor and the Village Treasurer to execute a new collateral agreement with Citibank for accounts kept in that bank as required by Section 10 of the General Municipal Law.

5. BUDGET AND PROCUREMENT - Teresa Baldinucci

a. Request to advertise Notice to Bidders on February 24, 2000 in the Freeport Leader and other relevant publications of general circulation for Twenty-two (22) Police Mobile Video Systems with a returnable date of March 14, 2000.

b. Request authorization to transfer $15,000.00 FROM Account 1610.101 Groundskeeping — Personal Service Regular TO Account 7110.110 Parks Maintenance — Personal Service Overtime.

c. Request authorization to transfer the following funds:

$ 624.00 FROM 3120.201-Police Equipment TO 4050-Federal Aid-Public Safety

$ 1,294.00 FROM 3120.201-Police Equipment TO 4050-Federal Aid-Public Safety

$ 4,768.05 FROM 3120.201-Police Equipment TO 4050-Federal Aid-Public Safety

$ 6,572.00 FROM 3120.201-Police Equipment TO 4050-Federal Aid-Public Safety

$ 479.35 FROM 3120.201-Police Equipment TO 4050-Federal Aid-Public Safety

$10,547.90 FROM 3120.201-Police Equipment TO 3850-State Aid-Public Safety

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING FEBRUARY 28, 2000

COMMUNICATIONS

a. Request from the Freeport Hudson Anglers, Inc. to hold a shark tournament on Saturday, June 17, 2000; and further request the Electric Department hang a banner across Guy Lombardo Avenue and S. Main Street. Also request the Village make available for this event barriers for a fire lane, plastic fencing with poles.

b. Request approval of the Board of Trustees Minutes dated February 14, 15, and February 18, 2000.

c. Request approval for Mayor Glacken to sign the amended hold harmless agreement needed for the Freeport Schools to allow use of the high school grounds and school building for the Memorial Day parade on May 29, 2000.

2. VILLAGE CLERK - Anna Knoeller

a. Written notification of a defective, unsafe, dangerous or obstructed condition in connection with a village sidewalk 250 West Merrick Road was received. The Department of Public Works was notified and upon receipt of their inspection report, the necessary action will be taken to correct all conditions deemed to be dangerous.

3. PUBLIC WORKS — Louis DiGrazia

a. Request authorization for Brian Nicholson and John Keane to attend the Improving Public Works Construction Inspection seminar in Atlantic City, New Jersey on April 25-26, 2000 at an approximate cost of $1,500.00

b. Request authorization for Richard Keatley to attend the Athletic Field/Sport Turf Workshop in Central Islip, New York on March 20, 2000 at an approximate cost of $59.00.

c. Request the contract "1998 Towing of Impounded Vehicles" awarded to Ogden Brothers Collision, Inc., 66 East Merrick Road, Freeport, New York on October 5, 1998 be extended until February 28, 2001 in accordance with the contract documents.

d. Recommend the contract "2000 Catch Basin & Concrete Road Panel Contract" be awarded to Nicolino Construction, 555 Southside Avenue, Freeport, New York, 11520 in the amount of $108,150.00 total bid.

4. ELECTRIC - Hubert M. Bianco

a. Request authorization for Robert Notheis to attend the New York Independent System Operator Market Training Course in Albany, New York on April 17-20, 2000 at an approximate cost of $1,200.00, plus expenses.

b. Request authorization to write off uncollectible accounts Fiscal Year 1997-1998 in the amount of $30,145.17 effective February 28, 2000.

5. BUILDING - JOSEPH M. MADIGAN

a. Request to accept contract of Talty Construction Inc., 108 Powell Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 11570 for Contract 99-04-BLDG-025, 188 Gordon Place in the sum of $49,080.00 as final costs with the retainage to be released upon the Village Board of Trustees accepting this contract.

b. Request to accept contract of Talty Construction Inc., 108 Powell Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 11570 for Contract 99-04-BLDG-007, 321 Arthur Street in the sum of $62,099.00 as final costs with the retainage to be released upon the Village Board of Trustees accepting this contract.

c. Request to accept contract of Talty Construction Inc., 108 Powell Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 11570 for Contract 99-04-BLDG-026, 166 Gordon Place in the sum of $50,649.00 as final costs with the retainage to be released upon the Village Board of Trustees accepting this contract.

6. BUDGET AND PROCUREMENT — Teresa Baldinucci

a. Request authorization to transfer $200.00 FROM Account 3411.103 Fire Houses

— Personal Svc. Part Time TO Account 1345.110 Purchasing-Personal Svc. Overtime.

b. Request authorization to transfer $1,500.00 FROM Account 10 10.453 Trustees-Schools & Seminars TO Account 3489.453 Emer. Mgmt.-Schools & Seminars.

c. Request authorization to transfer $50,000.00 TO Account 5 110.473 Street Maintenance-Tree Planting & Removal and TO Revenue Account 1710 Public Works Fees.

Request authorization to make transfers as follows:

d. $ 70.00 FROM: 1010.401 Board of Trustees Other Expenses 
TO: 1010.101 Board of Trustees Personal Svcs — Regular

e. $ 33,200.72 FROM: 1990.40 1 Contingency
TO: 1010.110 Court Personal Svcs — Overtime

f. $ 2,144.10 FROM: 1210.101 Mayor Personal Svcs - Regular
TO: 12 10.401 Mayor Other Expenses

g. $ 1,145.63 FROM: 1990.401 Contingency
TO: 1210.401 Mayor Other Expenses

h. $ 1,269.75 FROM: 1990.401 Contingency
TO: 12 10.457 Mayor Non-employee Salaries

i. $ 10,461.50 FROM: 1990.401 Contingency
TO: 1320.457 Auditor Non-employee Salaries

j. $457.27 FROM: 1325.420 Treasurer Bank Services
TO: 1325.110 Treasurer Personal Svcs — Overtime

k. $415.50 FROM: 1990.401 Contingency
TO: 1362.423 Tax Advertising

l. $ 24,090.83 FROM: 1420.101 Law Personal Svcs - Regular
TO: 1420.457 Law Non-employee Salaries

m. $ 1,220.00 FROM: 1490.103 Public Works Personal Svc - Part Time
TO: 1490.20 1 Public Works Equipment

n. $ 5,348.26 FROM: 1490.103 Public Works Personal Svc - Part Time
TO: 1490.418 Public Works Electricity

o. $ 1,182.56 FROM: 1490.101 Public Works Personal Svcs - Regular
TO: 1490.403 Public Works Maint. Bldgs & Grounds

p. $ 2,269.96 FROM: 1490.101 Public Works Personal Svcs - Regular
TO: 1490.453 Public Works Schools & seminars

q. $ 3,553.77 FROM: 1610.101 Groundskeeping Personal Svcs - Regular
TO: 16 10.403 Groundskeeping Maint. Bldgs & Grounds

r. $ 297.68 FROM: 1610.101 Groundskeeping Personal Svcs - Regular
TO: 1610.408 GroundskeepingMaterials & Supplies

s. $ 281.30 FROM: 1610.101 Groundskeeping Personal Svcs - Regular
TO: 1610.414 Groundskeeping Safety Gear

t. $ 8,875.72 FROM: 1610.101 Groundskeeping Personal Svcs - Regular
TO: 1610.418 Groundskeeping Electricity

u. $ 2,610.43 FROM: 16 10.101 Groundskeeping Personal Svcs - Regular
TO: 1610.462 Groundskeeping Water

v. $ 1,445.07 FROM: 1620.405 Buildings Fuel& Oil
TO: 1620.110 Buildings Personal Svc — Overtime

w. $ 861.25 FROM: 1640.453 Garage Schools & seminars
TO: 1640.110 Garage Personal Svc — Overtime

x. $ 560.75 FROM: 33 10.408 Traffic Control Materials & Supplies
TO: 33 10.201 Traffic Control Equipment

y. $215.51 FROM: 5142.110 Snow Removal Personal Svc - Overtime
TO: 5 142.412 Snow Removal Maintenance of Equipment

z. $ 17,639.04 FROM: 6410.457 Publicity Non-employee Salaries
TO: 6410.101 Publicity Personal Svc — Regular

aa. Request authorization to transfer $9,624.00 FROM the General Fund TO Account 1710 Public Works Revenue AND TO Account 1640.110 Garage Overtime.

7. FIRE DEPARTMENT - Raymond F. Maguire

a. Request authorization for John H. Wensley, Raul Rodriguez, Donald K. Rowan, John J. Maguire, Richard Layton, and Jerry Festa to attend the Fire Department Instructors Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana on March 1-5, 2000 at an approximate total cost of $400.00 per person plus hotel, food allowance, and airfare.

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PUBLIC HEARING TO BE CONVENED AT 8:00 P.M.

1. To consider to amend the Code of the Incorporated Village of Freeport Chapter 180 entitled "Streets and Sidewalks" by repealing Section 180-3, entitled "Use of Sidewalks By Merchants; Shopping Carts" and by adopting a new Section 180-3, entitled "Use of Sidewalks By Merchants:

and by amending Chapter 155 entitled "Peace And Good Order" by adopting a new Article VII entitled "Shopping Carts".

2. To consider to amend the Code of the Incorporated Village of Freeport Chapter 155 entitled "Peace And Good Order", by adding a new Article VIII, Section 155-87 through 155-9 1 entitled "Panhandling".

 

 

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