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Village Board Agendas for the Month of March 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 6, 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 13, 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES  MARCH 20, 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 27, 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARCH 6, 2000

COMMUNICATIONS

a. Request approval of the Board of Trustee Minutes dated February 28, 2000.

b. Request authorization for Richard Holdener, Donald K. Rowan, Michael Smith, Kevin Noll, Raymond Straub, and Joe Madigan to attend the 2000 National Hurricane Conference in Louisiana, on April 16-21, 2000, for an approximate cost of $l,400.00 per person.

2. VILLAGE CLERK - Anna Knoeller

a. Written notification of a defective, unsafe, dangerous or obstructed condition in connection with a sidewalk was received at the following locations:

5,11,13,15,19,21,25,27,71 Atlantic Avenue

199 Moore Avenue

7 V/haley Street

240,242,246,248 Guy Lombardo Avenue

133-159 Smith Street

The Department of Public Works was notified and upon receipt of their inspection report, the necessary action was taken to correct all conditions deemed to be dangerous.

3. AUDITOR — Thomas J. Preston

a. Request authorization for Thomas Preston to attend the annual conference of the New York State Government Finance Officers Association in Albany, New York on March 21 — 24, 2000 at an approximate cost of $800.00 plus transportation, and further request to use a Village vehicle.

4. PUBLIC WORKS - Louis DiGrazia

a. Recommend to accept the contract from Soundview Construction cl/b/a as Island Nursery for the"1998 Tree Planting Program" at a final cost $247,434.00, with a retainage to be released upon Village Board of Trustees accepting this contract.

b. Request authorization to advertise a Notice to Bidders in the Leader and other -277relevant publications of general circulation on March 16, 2000 for purchase of Scoreboards for North East and Glacken Parks with a returnable date of April 4, 2000.

c. Request permission to advertise for proposals for engineering and architectural services in the Freeport Leader and other relevant publications of general circulation for " Architectural Services for Firehouse Extension" project.

5. BUILDING - Joseph Madigan

a. Request authorization for Keith Nicholson and William Mello to attend the 13th Annual Hudson Valley Code Enforcement Officials Educational Conference on May 3-5, 2000 in Fishkill, New York for an approximate cost of $170.00 per person plus expenses.

6. BUDGET AND PROCUREMENT - Teresa Baldinucci

a. Request authorization to transfer $909.00 TO Account 3120.110 Police-Overtime and TO Revenue Account 2626-Civil Forfeitures-State.

b. Request authorization to transfer $5,837.36 TO Account 3 120.475 Police-State Asset Forfeiture and TO Revenue Account 2626-Civil Forfeitures-State.

c. Request authorization to transfer $6,250.00 TO Account 3120.102-Police-Reg. Salaries and TO Revenue Account 4050-Federal Aid-Public Safety.

d. Request authorization to transfer From the General Fund:

$ 5,596.94 TO Revenue Account 4626-Federal Asset Forfeiture and TO Account 3120.476-Police-Federal Asset Forfeiture

$117,860.00 TO Revenue Account 4626-Federal Asset Forfeiture and TO Account 3120.476-Police-Federal Asset Forfeiture

$ 1,017.50 TO Revenue Account 4626-Federal Asset Forfeiture and TO Account 3 120.476-Police Federal Asset Forfeiture

$ 64,124.00 TO Revenue Account 4626-Federal Asset Forfeiture and TO Account 3 120.476-Police Federal Asset Forfeiture

7. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - Ellen Kelly

a. Request authorization to attend the National Main Street Meeting on April 2-4, 2000 in Boston, Massachussetts; and futher request permission to attend the Main Street Retail Recruitment Conference on April 5, 2000 in Albany, New York for an approximate cost of $465.00 plus expenses.

 

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MARCH 13, 2000

COMMUNICATIONS

a. Request approval of the Board of Trustee Minutes dated March 6, 2000.

b. Request authorization for Mayor William Glacken to attend the International Council of Shopping Centers in Albany, New York on April 4-5, 2000 at an approximate cost of $400.00.

2. ASSESSOR — Bernadine Quinton

a. Request permission to add a disabled veteran’s exemption (code 41141) to Section 54, Block 490, Lot 17 (192 Wilson Place) in the amount of $5,650.00 on the 2000/0 1 final roll and issue a corrected tax bill.

b. Request permission to add a senior citizen exemption (code 41800) Section 54, Block 300, Lot 282 (44 Morton Avenue) in the amount of $2,250.00 on the 2000/0 1 final roll and issue a corrected tax bill.

c. Request permission to add a home improvement exemption (code 44210) to Section 54, Block 316, Lot 19 (36 Elinor Place) in the amount of $840.00 on the 2000/0 1 final roll and issue a corrected tax bill.

d. Request permission to reduce the assessed value by $4,860.00 on Section 54, Block 319, Lot 7 (90 Hampton Place) on the 2000/01 final assessment roll.

e. Request permission to increase the assessed value of Section 54, Block 319, Lot 239 (92 Hampton Place) in the assessed value amount of $6,087.00 on the 2000/0 1 final assessment roll and to direct the treasurer’s office to issue a corrected tax bill.

3. PUBLIC WORKS — Louis DiGrazia

a. Request to award contract One (1) New 2001 Latest Model Dump Truck to Long Island Freightliner, 1365 Lakeland Avenue, Bohemia, NY 11716 in the amount of $88,900.00.

b. Request to advertise for bids in the Leader and other relevant publications of general circulation for Skid-Steer Loader on March 23, 2000 with a returnable date of April 18, 2000.

c. Request to advertise for bids in the Leader and other relevant publications of general circulation for the contract "2000-2001 Tree Planting Contract" on March 30, 2000 with a returnable date of April 18, 2000.

d. Request to advertise for bids in the Leader and other relevant publications of general circulation for the contract "2000-200 1 Tree Removal Contract" on March 30, 2000 with a returnable date of April 18, 2000.

 
AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MARCH 20, 2000

COMMUNICATIONS

a. Request approval of Board of Trustees Minutes dated March 13, 2000.

2. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - Ellen Kelly

a. Request to award bid for Commercial Façade Rehabilitation Project, 40-54 West Merrick Road & 80-8 8 Church Street, to Talty Construction, Inc., 108 Powell Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York, in  the amount of $255,000.00.

b. Request to award the commercial façade rehabilitation grant for 40-54 West Merrick Road/8O-88 Church Street to Wash & Shop Laundromat, Ltd., in the amount of $129,350.00.

3. PUBLIC WORKS - Louis DiGrazia

a. Request to accept the contract from Nelson & Pope, LLP, 572 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, New York 11747, to provide traffic engineering services for the project titled "Traffic Impact Report — Freeport Plaza", for an amount not to exceed $18,000.00.

b. Request sidewalk resolutions for Meister Beach Area Grade Raising & Road Improvement to various locations in the amount of $12,725.30, contractor Richard W. Grim/Bi-County Paving.

4. POLICE DEPARTMENT — Michael E. Woodward

a. Request authorization for Det. Edward Haggerty and Det. Patrick Bentivegna to attend the Magloclen Intercept of Secure Communications Seminar (Wiretaps) in Brooklyn, New York on April 3 — 5, 2000 at an approximate total cost of $190.00.

b. Request authorization for Sgt. Mark Wittich to attend the Information Technology Training Workshop held on May 1-2, 2000 in Boston, Massachusetts, for an approximate cost of $258.00.

5. ASSESSOR — Bernadine Quinton

a. Request to add a veterans exemption (code 41121) to Sec. 54, Block 313, Lot 7 (7 Forbes Place) in the amount of $ 1,087.00 on the 2000/01 final roll and issue a corrected tax bill.

 

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

Continuation of a Public Hearing 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". (As amended at the prior hearing on February 28, 2000 and as re-advertised.)

 

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MARCH 27, 2000

1. COMMUNICATIONS

a. Request approval of Board of Trustees Minutes dated March 20, 2000.

b. Request approval of the 1999 Service Award Program Firefighter Records and further request approval to post records for thirty days.

2. VILLAGE COUNSEL - Harrison J. Edwards

a. Request Vehicle and Traffic Regulations be amended as follows: Sec. 4 — Removal of vehicle at owner’s expense — Delete: (a) Authority — Any vehicle parked in violation of Sec. 2, 3, or 49 hereof shall be removed by Police Chief, (b) Storage charges — After such removal, Police Chief may store vehicle in suitable place at expense of owner. Such owner, or person in charge of vehicle, may redeem same upon payment to Village Clerk of the amount of all expenses actually and necessarily incurred in affecting such removal; such charges shall not exceed $25.00 for towing and $2.00 per day or fraction thereof for storage; and (c) Notification of owner — Police Chief shall ascertain owner of such vehicle or person having charge of same and notify him of disposition of such vehicle and amount which will be required to redeem same. Add: (d) Authority -. Any vehicle parked in violation of Sec. 2, 3, or 49 hereof shall be removed by Police Chief, (b) Storage charges — After such removal, Police Chief may store vehicle in suitable place at expense of owner. Such owner, or person in charge of vehicle, may redeem same upon payment to Village Clerk of amount of all expenses actually and necessarily incurred in effecting such removal; such charges shall not exceed $75.00 for towing and $25.00 per day or fraction thereof for storage; (c) Notification of owner — Police Chief shall ascertain the owner of such vehicle or person having charge of same, and notify him of disposition of such vehicle and amount which will be required to redeem same.

b. Request Vehicle and Traffic Regulations be amended as follows:
Sec. 6 — Penalties for offenses. Delete: Violation 28, 31, 32, 33. Add: Violation 28, 31, 32, 33, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73.

c. Request Vehicle and Traffic Regulations be amended as follows:
Sec. 41 — Parking prohibited at all times unless otherwise designated. Delete: Main St., North, east side, between Broadway and Randall Ave., from 3:00 am to 7:00 am Tuesdays; Main St., north, east side, between Randall Ave. and the north village of Freeport boundary line, from 3:00 am to 7:00 am; Main St., north west side, between Brooklyn and Randall Ayes., from 3:00 am to 7:00 am Wednesdays; Merrick Rd., north, west side, between Randall Ave. and the north Village of Freeport boundary line, from 3:00 am to 7:00 am; Main St., south, from Freeport Plaza West to Smith St., from 3:00 am to 7:00 am; Merrick Rd., north side, from. Freeport eastern Village line west to point 225 ft. east of easterly curbline of So. Bayview Ave., from 4:00 am to 7:00 am Tuesday and Friday; Merrick Rd., south side, from point 210 feet east of easterly curbline of So. Bayview Ave. east to Freeport eastern Village line, from 4:00 am to 7:00 am Monday and Thursday; Add: Main St., north, both sides, from Brooklyn Ave., to the north Village of Freeport boundary, 3:00 am to 7:00 am; Main St., south, both sides, from Freeport Plaza West to Sunrise Hwy., from 3:00 am to 7:00 am; Main St., south, both sides, from Merrick Rd. to Smith St. from 3:00 am to 7:00 am; Merrick Road both sides, from Village of Freeport east boundary to South Long Beach Ave. from 3:00 am to 7:00 am; Merrick Rd., north side, from So. Long Beach Ave. west to point 225 feet east of esterly curbline of So. Bayview Ave. from 4:00 am to 7:00 am Tuesday and Friday; Merrick Rd., south side, from So. Long Beach Ave., west to point 210 ft. east of easterly curbline of So. Bayview Ave., from 4:00 am to 7:00 am Monday and Thursday; Newton Blvd., both sides from Henry St. to Sunrise Hwy. from 3:00 am to 7:00 am; Henry St. both sides from 3:00 am to 7:00 am; Smith St., North side, from Church to Bedell St. from 3:00 am to 7:00 pm.

d. Request Vehicle and Traffic Regulations be amended as follows: Sec. 49. Tow-away zones. Add: Both sides - Broadway from South Main to Henry St.; Brooklyn Ave. from North Grove to North Main St.; Church St. from Smith St. to Freeport Plaza West; Grove St. from Freeport Plaza West to Brooklyn Ave., Guy Lombardo Ave., from E. Merrick Rd. to Freeport Plaza West; Henry St.; Main St.; Main St., south, from Henry St. to Freeport Plaza West; Merrick Rd., east, from Village line west to Henry St.; Merrick Rd., west, from Henry St. to So. Long Beach Ave.; Newton Blvd.

3. ASSESSOR — Bernadine Quinton

a. Request authorization for Bernadine Quinton to attend the Low Income Housing Tax Credits seminar in Holtsville, New York on April 24, 2000 for an approximate cost of $35.00.

4. ELECTRIC - Hubert M. Bianco

a. Request authorization for William Walsh to attend the MIEUA Semi Annual Meeting in Liverpool, New York on April 18 — 19, 2000 at an approximate cost of $250.00.

5. BUDGET AND PROCUREMENT - Teresa Baldinucci

a. Request the contract be accepted from Software Consulting Associates, 26 Rokeby Road, Red Hook, New York for the purchase and installation of their Property Assessment System and the purchase of a users license for a maximum cost of $21,300.00; and further request authorization to transfer $18,700.00 FROM Account 1990.401 Contingency TO Account 1355.436 Assessor: Software.

b. Request authorization to transfer $46,539.57 TO Account 3120.476-Police-Federal Asset Forfeiture AND TO Revenue Account 4626-Federal Asset Forfeiture.

c. Request authorization to transfer $59,358.00 In the 1999-2000 Budget TO Account 3 120.110 Police-Overtime AND TO Revenue Account 4050-Federal Aid Public Safety.

d. Request authorization to transfer $2,175.00 In the 2000-2001 Budget TO Account 3120.430 Police-Information AND TO Revenue Account 4050-Federal Aid Public Safety.

e. Request authorization to transfer $31.25 TO Account 3120.475-Police State Asset Forfeiture AND TO Revenue Account 2626 State Asset Forfeiture.

f. Request authorization to transfer $550,000.00 in the 1999-2000 Fiscal Year Budget TO Revenue Account 5731 -Proceeds of Obligations AND TO Expense Account 1930.455 Judgements and Claims.

g. Request authorization to transfer $80,352.00 in the 1999-2000 Fiscal Year Budget TO Revenue Account 1050-Unneeded Reserve for Uncollected Taxes AND TO Expense Account 13 25.457 Treasurer Non Employee Salaries.

h. Request authorization to transfer $41,144.67 In the 1999-2000 Budget TO Account 3620.480 Safety Inspection Project Impact Expenditure AND TO Revenue Account 4012-Federal Aid Project Impact.

i. Request to advertise Notice to Bidders on April 6, 2000 in the Freeport Leader and other relevant publications of general circulation for Three Remote Sectionalizing Vacuum Switches with a returnable date of April 25, 2000.

6. FIRE DEPARTMENT - Raymond Maguire

a. Request the 1999-2000 contract for supplying uniforms to the Freeport Fire Department be extended for the fiscal year 2000-2001 to All American Awards, 331 Knickerbocker Avenue, Bohemia, New York 11716.

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

1. To consider the 26th Year Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program that runs from September 2000 to September 2001.

 

 

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