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Village Board Agendas for the Month of July 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES JULY 10, 2000

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES JULY 17, 2000

 

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES JULY 10, 2000

1. COMMUNICATIONS

a. Request approval of the Board of Trustees Minutes dated June 19, 2000.

b. Request from Church of God In Christ Little Zion to hang a banner diagonally across Lakeview and Grand Avenues, July 5, 2000 to August 5, 2000 for the 8th International Street Festival.

2. VILLAGE CLERK - Anna Knoeller

a. Request approval of miscellaneous sidewalk resolutions to Armond Cement Contracting Co., Inc. at a total cost of $3,130.88.

3. COUNSEL - Harrison J. Edwards

a. Request Vehicle and Traffic Regulations be amended as follows: Section 41 - Parking prohibited at all times unless otherwise designated. No person shall park a vehicle within the designated areas in the following streets at any time, or at the times otherwise indicated: DELETE: Commercial Street, north side, from Broadway to Mount Avenue, between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. ADD: Commercial Street, north side, from Broadway to Mount Avenue.

b. Request Vehicle and Traffic Regulations be amended as follows: Section 46 No stopping or standing at any time unless otherwise indicated. No person shall stop, stand or park a vehicle within the designated areas in the following streets at any time unless otherwise indicated: Delete: Commercial Street, northeast side, from the southerly curbline of Broadway southeast for a distance of 128 feet. ADD:

Commercial Street, north side, from Broadway to Mount Avenue.

c. Request Vehicle and Traffic Regulations be amended as follows: Section 49 — Tow-away zones. No person shall park a vehicle within the designated areas in the following streets at any time unless otherwise indicated, Any vehicle parked in said designated areas shall be removed pursuant to Section 4. ADD: Commercial Street, north side, from Broadway to Mount Avenue.

d. Request approval of renewal contract for the Village’s Excess Loss Insurance Coverage (the Village’s self insured medical plan) provided by HCC Benefits Corporation through the Precise/Comprehensive Group at a cost of $285,233.00, from May 1, 2000 to May 1, 2001; and further request the Mayor be authorized to sign any and all agreements to effectuate this contract.

4. TREASURER - Vilma I. Lancaster

a. Request approval to advance $210,000.00 FROM General Fund - Account 3-002-09466-9 TO Accounts Payable 690-1963 18-3 for the purchase of 44 St. John’s Place, Freeport, NY.

 

AGENDA BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING JULY 17, 2000

COMMUNICATIONS

a. Request approval of the Board of Trustees Minutes dated July 10, 2000.

b. Request authorization for Mayor Glacken to sign the hold harmless agreement needed for the Recreation Center Sports Camp to use Jones Beach on August 9, 2000.

c. Request authorization for Mayor Glacken to sign the hold harmless agreement with Adelphi University to allow use of the dormitories by the Naval Academy midshipmen, August 10-14, 2000.

2. COUNSEL - Harrison J. Edwards

a. Request resolution to authorize sale of $35,000.00 in municipal bonds for the purchase of athletic field vehicles for use by the Department of Public Works.

b. Request resolution to authorize sale of $200,000.00 in municipal bonds for the construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and widening of various highways, roads and streets.

c. Request resolution to authorize sale of $200,000.00 in municipal bonds for the financing of a program for the removal, rehabilitation and replacement of ornamental shade trees within the Village.

d. Request resolution to authorize sale of $100,000.00 in municipal bonds for the replacement of parking meters within the Village.

e. Request resolution to authorize sale of $995,000.00 in municipal bonds for the acquisition of real property and the construction of municipal parking lots.

f. Request resolution to authorize sale of $500,000.00 in municipal bonds for the construction of Woodeleft Avenue esplanade.

g. Request resolution to authorize sale of $100,000.00 in municipal bonds for the replacement of windows at Village Hall.

h. Request resolution to authorize sale of $45,000.00 in municipal bonds for the replacement and reconstruction of air conditioning and HVAC at Village Hall.

i. Request resolution to authorize sale of $290,000.00 in municipal bonds for the purchase of various machinery and apparatus for use by the Department of Public Works within the Village.

j. Request resolution to authorize sale of $350,000.00 in municipal bonds for the construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and widening of highways, roads and streets including without limitation, Woodcleft Avenue.

k. Request resolution to authorize sale of $500,000.00 in municipal bonds for the acquisition of real property and the construction of a municipal parking lot.

1. Request resolution to authorize sale of $200,000.00 in municipal bonds for the construction of an addition or additions to or the reconstruction of the Recreation Center gymnasium roof,

m. Request resolution to authorize sale of $1,820,000.00 in municipal bonds for the acquisition, construction and reconstruction for the Woodelefi electric project.

n. Request resolution to authorize sale of $341,000.00 in municipal bonds for the acquisition, construction and reconstruction of, and addition to, the electric light and power plant within the Village, including without limitation, the purchase of remote sectionalizing switches and the replacement of 500-lbs psi compressor and vacuum breakers.

o. Request resolution to authorize sale of$ 184,000.00 in municipal bonds for the purchase of a bucket truck for use by the Electric Department.

p. Request resolution to authorize sale of $215,000.00 in municipal bonds for the financing of the acquisition and installation of computer and communications equipment and associated operating system software.

q. Request resolution to authorize sale of $20,000.00 in municipal bonds for the construction and reconstruction of an administrative office for the computer department within the Village.

r. Request resolution to authorize sale of $120,000.00 in municipal bonds for the financing of the acquisition of computer equipment and associated operating system software.

s. Request resolution to authorize sale of $43,000.00 in municipal bonds for the purchase of an incident command vehicle for use by the Fire Department within the Village.

t. Request resolution to authorize sale of $23 0,000.00 in municipal bonds for the purchase of fire fighting vehicles and apparatus.

u. Request resolution to authorize sale of $120,000.00 in municipal bonds for the construction of an addition or additions to or the reconstruction of Firehouse Truck 1 of the Fire Department within the Village.

v. Request resolution to authorize sale of $333,600.00 in municipal bonds for the construction of an addition or additions to or the reconstruction of various buildings of the Fire Department within the Village, including without limitation, Headquarters and all company buildings and Hose Company 5.

w. Request resolution to authorize sale of $210,000.00 in municipal bonds for the construction of an addition or additions to or the reconstruction of facilities within the Village Police Department building, including without limitation, locker room, bathroom and arrest facility.

3. PUBLIC WORKS - Louis DiGrazia

a. Reconunend the contract "Replacement of Playground Equipment at Martin Luther King Jr. Park" be awarded to Jodinan Plumbing & Heating Corp., 235-09Braddock Avenue, Queens Village, New York in the amount of $ 112,776.45 total bid.

4. POLICEMichael E. Woodward

a. Request authorization for Sgt. Mark Wittich to attend the Financial Management Training Seminar on August 30 and 31, 2000 in Washington, D.C. at an approximate cost of $354.00.

b. Request approval to hold the 2000 Police Auction on September 16, 2000 atl0:00 a.m., with viewing of the items from 9:15 am to 9:45 am, at Police Headquarters and ftirther request the Village Clerk place an advertisement in the Freeport Leader and other relevant publications of general circulation.

 

5. FIRE DEPARTMENT - Raymond F. Maguire

a. Request authorization for Paul Hashagen, Paul Russer, John Wensley, James Butler, Steve Wenk, Julius Ellison, Donald Rowan and Raymond Maguire to attend the 2000 Firehouse Expo in Baltimore, Md, July 19— 23, 2000 at an approximate cost of $775.00 per person.

6. TREASURER - Vilma I. Lancaster

a. Request approval to advance $129,497.96 FROM General Fund Account 3-002-09466-9 TO Stirling/Lester Grade Raising Project Capital Fund Account H5197.272.

 

 

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