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Village of Croton-on-Hudson
1 Van Wyck Street
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520

Phone: 914-271-4781
Fax: 914-271-2836


Hours: Mon. - Fri., 8:30 am - 4 pm
 
May 7, 2001
A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, NY was held on Monday, May 7, 2001 at the Municipal Building, Van Wyck Street, Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520.

The following officials were present:

        Mayor Elliott                           Trustee Grant
Village Manager Herbek          Trustee Harkins
        Treasurer Reardon                       Trustee McCarthy
        Village Attorney Waldman                Trustee Wiegman
        
1. CALL TO ORDER:

Mayor Elliott called the meeting to order at 8:00 p.m.  Everyone joined in the Pledge of Allegiance.


2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Trustee Grant made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held on April 16, 2001 as corrected.  Trustee Harkins seconded the motion.  The Board voted unanimous approval.

Trustee Grant made a motion to approve the minutes of the Special Meeting held on April 23, 2001.  Trustee Wiegman seconded the motion.  The motion was approved unanimously.


3. APPROVAL OF VOUCHERS:

Trustee Grant made a motion to approve the vouchers as follows, subject to review by the Audit Committee.  The motion was seconded by Trustee Harkins and approved unanimously.

                General Fund                    $  256,550.69
                Water Fund              30,835.26       
                Capital Accounts                35,299.94
        Trust & Agency                          8,447.50
                                  $  331,133.39
PUBLIC HEARING:
Mayor Elliott opened the Public Hearing on the Special Permit Renewal for Allied Waste.
Attorney David Steinmetz, of Zarin & Steinmetz, representing Allied Waste Industries made a statement regarding renewal of the special permit.  Also present were Mark Millspaugh, John DiNapoli and John Costello.  Mr. Steinmetz stated that Allied Waste was now operating under the extension granted by the Board to run through July 5, 2001.  He added that no changes are proposed to the operation of the facility,but they were present to address issues the Board requested clarification of at previous meetings.  Mr. Millspaugh addressed noise and dust issues; noise was monitored from several locations; most recent monitoring was completed in March 2001 and showed it was well within the established standards; noise levels do not exceed the background.  Mr. Millspaugh stated regarding dust, all loading and unloading occurs in the building as required; Allied will install high speed fabric doors at all entrances and exits for trucks; they are still waiting for approval for the doors from the DEC. Trustee McCarthy asked how many times has the facility been monitored for noise.  Mr. Millspaugh replied 6 times; they have requested a change to annual monitoring because of their consistent reduction of noise levels.  Trustee McCarthy asked where they monitor.  The reply was at the parking lot of Half Moon Bay; the location selected was worked out with the Citizens’ Committee since there was no residential property closer.  Trustee McCarthy asked if there were specific times they intend to monitor yearly.  The reply was that since the last monitor was done in March 2001, they have asked the next to be April 2002.  Trustee McCarthy stated that the misting system was not used during the winter and what steps will be used to utilize the misting system.  The reply was that he understands the permit reads that if a dust condition exists, the misting system will be employed, but it cannot be used during below freezing conditions; it is expected that the new doors will eliminate any problems.  Mr. Millspaugh added that the doors will be a significant improvement, consistent with what the state would like done.  Trustee McCarthy stated that, in her view, they were required to use the misting system and are there steps to make the drains heated so they do not freeze up.  The reply was that it can be controlled with salt products, but they did not want to add salt to outgoing items going to a landfill and it was not needed to control dust.  Mr. Steinmetz added that within the last 3 years, there were 2 or 3 notifications received from the DEC regarding dust; they have applied to the DEC to install the doors and they concur what is proposed is consistent with government practice in the industry and a significant improvement over the way the operation was permitted and is currently operating.  Trustee McCarthy replied that in her view, Allied is not in compliance with the permit, in part because the misting system was not utilized and she would like them to take steps to see it utilized throughout the year.  Trustee Wiegman asked if it was possible that with the doors and the trailer motor running, would it be over 32 degrees more than if the doors were not used.  Mr. Millspaugh replied that the opening and closing of doors also reduces the temperature and to use the misting system during freezing temperatures, they would have to add chemicals which they didn’t want to do.

Mr. Connolly reported on the number of vehicles coming down Rt. 129; they reviewed the entire week, April 30 through May 4th; 5 vehicles entered the facility from Rt. 129; all were pick-up trucks; the majority of the rest came from Rt. 9 S.  Trustee McCarthy stated that she saw a vehicle parked behind hers on Croton Point Ave.  Mr. Connolly replied that they asked the truck drivers if they came down Route 129 only; some vehicles may come down Rt. 9 S, go through the Village and perhaps stop for coffee or stopping to service an account in the Village. Mr. Steinmetz added that the issue of queuing onto Croton Point Avenue was a concern so they did a survey of total vehicles using that road and there was no evidence of queuing.  Trustee McCarthy asked how many total trucks entered the facility for the year 2001.  The reply was about 14,000.  Trustee McCarthy also asked how many business accounts they have.  Reply was somewhere around 50.  Trustee McCarthy asked how many accounts would notify the facility that they would be making a drop-ff on a specific day.  The reply was approximately 3; they are the largest customers and supply approximately 60% of the business.
        ………..
        Mayor Elliott opened the Public Hearing for comments from citizens as follows:
Before the permit is renewed, will the Village increase Allied Waste’s taxes?   Mayor Elliott replied that the Village cannot unilaterally raise taxes.  Trustee McCarthy replied that the Village does have the ability to access fees, surcharges, etc. to this facility.

With no one else wishing to speak, Mayor Elliott closed the Public Hearing.  Mayor Elliott stated that in a recent work session, Village Manager Herbek was asked to investigate costs to hire a consultant to review the procedures and the operating manual.  Village Manager Herbek replied that he expects to have one proposal by Wednesday; they have contacted 6 or 7 firms, but only one was interested in sending a proposal.  Mayor Elliott responded that the Board will wait for that proposal before taking action.


5.      CORRESPONDENCE:

Village Manager Herbek read the following correspondence (full text available at the Village Office):
        a.      A letter from the Croton Historical Society asking the Board to consider naming the rehabilitated Boat Launch in Croton for Theodore J. Cornu.    Mayor Elliott suggested putting this request out to the Public for comments.
A letter from Debra and Drusilla Lovecky regarding the proposed placement of the Millennium Pipeline.  Several residents were present and expressed their concerns:
Liz Keller, 224 Hessian Hills Rd., representing a group called NUMB (Not Under My Backyard) read a statement regarding the proposed pipeline route.  She stated that there are safety issues- gas lines pose serious issues; environmental issues- the pipeline would travel through several environmentally protected areas; wildlife impact- would cause much of the wildlife to lose their homes; blasting- many homes are built on ledgerock; need- there is no proven need for this.  She added that this is not a done deal and asked the Board to take action; if there was a resolution in favor of the proposed route, please take it back.  Mayor Elliott replied that he does not believe there was a resolution to approve this and they have not supported this alternative route; they have been working on it for years, have tried to stop the pipeline and they have engaged counsel in Washington and have a local expert; they were against going down Rt. 9 and against the pipeline.  Trustee McCarthy stated that she remembered a resolution in support of the Con Ed/Taconic route that was passed.  Mayor Elliott replied that he will go back and check the wording of a resolution, if there is one, and will do what is needed.  Trustee Grant stated that she was opposed to going down Rts. 9/9A and supported the ConEd route, then the Taconic route came up; she expected that the Taconic Route would be just that, down the Taconic; however, there is no question she supports the residents’ view and she did not originally know the route was not actually along the Taconic.   Trustee McCarthy added that the Washington attorney should come to the area, walk the route, attend public meetings; the Village also should retain an engineer immediately to look at what can be done as an alternative.   Ms. Keller asked if the Village would schedule a Public Hearing on this proposed pipeline; she believes many people do not know about this.  Mayor Elliott replied that he could do this and in addition will try to get in touch with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and have one of their representatives present.
Barry Feinberg, 9 Georgia Lane, stated that the back of his property abuts the power line and he is opposed to the pipeline anywhere in the Village; there is a safety issue because gas lines fail; Con Ed is still objecting to the new route; there is a visual impact of cutting and blasting of the right of way; they will not be just digging a trench; this will leave a lasting scar through the entire length of the Village; the stream at the back of his house is part of an easement to the Village and questions what is the impact on this stream and the impact on foundations of homes; there will be a reduction of the value of houses; the impact on the Village will include erosion of the environment.  Mr. Feinberg stated that he wants Village officials to be vocal in opposition to the pipeline going anywhere in the Village; people in Croton/Cortlandt will provide ammunition.
Fran Allen, Finney Farm, Chair of the Croton Waterfront Advisory Commission, stated that her committee will write a report as to whether the pipeline is consistent with the Village’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Program; the Commission needs this ammunition for a report to NY Dept of State before final approval; she added that she has three recommendations: 1) join with other communities to stop the pipeline from coming across the river, 2) a joint visit by the Village Board and WAC to all properties that will be affected; also involve Millennium Pipeline people and their lawyers in the walk and have them answer questions about installation of the pipeline, 3) document all impacts and any mitigation suggested.  Mayor Elliott replied that they do have a tool; they have put the entire Village on the Coastal Zone Management Program and the State Dept. has to sign off on this.
Jeff Yeates, 220 Hessian Hills Rd., stated that his property is impacted by the proposed route, but there was no public discussion about this route; topography of the Village was discussed with an archeologist, not an engineer;  he would like to see some acknowledgement that the Village of Croton does not support the route of the pipeline coming within Village borders, whether a resolution or advertisement in the Gazette; he would like some discussion now from the Board on what form this will take.  The Board agreed that Village Attorney Waldman should draft a formal, strong resolution with proper wording that will have an impact; he will have this ready for the work session on the 14th and will consult with the Washington counsel for appropriate wording.  Mayor Elliott stated that he will seek the advice of the attorney in Washington to assist in drafting something that will be useful; it should be sent to FERC, PSC, elected officials and neighboring communities.  Mayor Elliott added that he is already on the record as against this pipeline going through the Village and has included information from other Village agencies to support this position.
Village Attorney Waldman added that a minimum of two kinds of documents such as a resolution to put the Village Board on record that would express the strength of  residents’ feelings and the basis for opposition and a much more detailed submission such as individualized problems and circumstances.  He suggested that the public can write statements similar to what was represented tonight, send them to the Village Manager and they will be sent to the appropriate agencies.
Mr. Yeates asked that an open forum for any Village resident to speak should be scheduled within 2 weeks.  Mayor Elliott asked if they would like a representative from Millennium at the open hearing and the consensus was that would be acceptable.  Village Manager Herbek added that he cannot see any disadvantage for having Millennium personnel here as they will be better able to answer questions than village employees.  Suggested means of advertising the open hearing were: put it on the government access channel, in the Gazette and Journal News, a telephone “tree”, flyers, direct mailing.
Mr. Yeates added that he has had people from Millennium Pipeline to his property and their blasting will take out his septic system and he may not be allowed to live in the house.  He asked that the Village join in a coalition to defeat this route also.  Mayor Elliott replied that the Village had joined in a coalition to object to the Rt. 9/9A route and will contact Cortlandt and New Castle to continue the coalition for this route also.  Mr. Yeates invited the Board and the Village engineer out to his property and nearby property to see what effect the blasting will have.  Mayor Elliott replied that Saturday, May 12th would be scheduled for a visit.
Roger Solymosy, Old Post Road N., asked what is the best information the Village has as to potential impact on Village water supply.  Mayor Elliott replied they have filed intervener status specifically focused on this issue; if the pipeline does come into the Village, it will have to cross the Croton River at some point; the Village will do everything in it’s power to supervise that and the County has obtained a commitment from the Millennium Pipeline people to pay for an engineer, retained by the County, to oversee the project is done to minimize any impact.   Mr. Solymosy asked what the Village has done to hire a true expert to focus on this issue.  Mayor Elliott replied that he will defer to the attorney in Washington to see if this would be helpful.
A resident asked if anyone called a representative from New York City because of  their watershed.  Mayor Elliott replied that the NYC DEP is on record with the FERC and the Croton route does not go through their watershed, but they have concerns down county where it does go through NYC watershed.
Don Daubney stated that the Rt. 9/9A opposition was very successful and he feels the Village needs a lot more help than they have now; all elected officials need to get in on this.  He questioned if this pipeline is the best solution to the energy problem.  He added that the Village cannot defeat the pipeline piecemeal; it needs a unified group of people.

A letter from Ronald A. Bailey, Sr., Executive Vice President, Ferry Sloops, Inc., regarding the future of ferry Sloops in Croton and a proposal to be considered by the Mayor and Board.  Mayor Elliott asked that this be put on an upcoming work session for further discussion.  Trustee McCarthy asked that the Croton Yacht Club members be asked to this meeting.
A letter from NYS Assemblywoman Sandra R. Galef, enclosing copies of bills pending in the Assembly and Senate that would allow localities to experiment with new voting technologies.  Assemblywoman Galef’s letter also served to notify the community of upcoming meetings.  A motion to support both bills was tabled pending further information and discussion.
A letter from Joyce M. Lannert, Commissioner, Westchester County Dept. of Planning, providing first in a series of data tables for the 2000 Census.
A letter from Nancy Straub for the Olcott-Larkin Coalition stating that they feel that the proposed PVC parking lot/drop-off will detract from the public’s health, safety and welfare and hoping that the Board will work to stop this use of the Olcott-Larkin property.  Several residents were present at the meeting to speak on this matter: Mark Cheshire, 1 Larkin Place, stated that local municipalities have the right to intervene in certain cases; he asked if the Board agrees to play a role in this issue; he is concerned that the addition of another grade at PVC will also bring additional traffic; that it will be not just a parking lot, but also a loop to drop off kids; the school has conducted two traffic studies and they are waiting for reports.  Mayor Elliott stated that he had not been aware of this possibility and it is appropriate to do legal research; they have several venues to use to try to come up with a solution.  Trustee Grant stated that she is opposed to agencies being allowed to negatively impact an area; they should be required to follow local zoning regulations.  Mayor Elliott added that he will address the environmental issues.  Bill Bullickis stated that this is a case of overdevelopment and a destruction of greenspace and asked if there is a Board position of destruction of greenspace.  Mayor Elliott replied that they have ringed the Village with open space, preserved the waterfront and are looking at preserving inner greenspace.  Mr. Bullickis added that water runoff from this PVC parking lot may bring 50% reduction of trees that will affect many areas in the neighborhood and he would like Village administration’s support.  Mayor Elliott stated that the CAC, WCC, ZBA will all get involved.
A letter from Anna Lattanzi, 209 Grand Street, regarding landscaping and screening at Perry Kennedy Realty as well as removal of gas tanks located on the property.  Village Manager Herbek replied that he has asked Joe Sperber to look at this situation and in his opinion, Perry Kennedy Realty is in compliance with their special permit, that the gas tank has been emptied and filled with sand per requirements and regarding the visual obstruction around Maple Street, the large trees have been removed and new trees have been planted which will take time to grow.
A letter from Stephen L. Kazella, Project Manager, Integrated Wireless Alliance (IWA), representing Verizon Wireless, stating that they would like to lease a small portion of the Benedict Boulevard Fire Department building to place antennas and related equipment.  Village Manager Herbek stated that he will wait for more information.

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION:

Alice Kenney, Hessian Hills Road, spoke about the issue regarding problems caused by Temple Israel’s expansion; there is a need to know the effect of the run-off to Kaplan’s Pond, but the Temple Board refuses to pay for studies; she cannot support any further expansion on this site.

Scott Giordano, 11 Hastings Ave., stated that the property behind ET Equipment had major damage from Hurricane Floyd, 35 truck loads of earth were moved from around ET Equipment and filled in with large boulders; he has noticed a hole forming before the first snowfall of winter; a retaining wall needs to be put up behind ET Equipment.  Trustee McCarthy stated that Mr. Fallacaro was supposed to get an engineering report to see about the stability of the hill.  Village Manager Herbek added that the entire slope is bankrun and sand, but an engineer will not put in writing if it is completely stable; no Village property is involved, but he did look at the area; boulders are providing a base; more boulders will probably have to be moved in and it will require maintenance on a continuing basis until it is all filled in; he will go back to the property owner to come up with a plan.  Trustee McCarthy added that ET Equipment is not in compliance with their site plan; they have to come in for an amended site plan.

Carol Chuko, 17 Glengary, stated that the Temple representatives have asked to meet on Tuesday, May 15th with residents of Glengary; she asked that a Village Trustee of each party be at this meeting since residents have no legal capacity to negotiate with the Temple.  She added that she wants the Temple to honor their commitments, respect nearby wetlands, and act ethically.  Mayor Elliott stated that he would call the Temple Board and ask them to invite members of the Village Board to the meeting.

Mark Anton, Hessian Hills Road, stated that the Temple has expressed a desire to be good neighbors, but have made continued changes; the Thiell property is deteriorating, it needs paint and shutters, which instills the impression that they do not care about the neighborhood and their refusal to pay for an environmental impact study is deplorable.

Mr. Calderon referred to a resolution on tonight’s agenda.  He stated that it may change the zoning on property he and his brother own and they would like to object to this rezoning since the property is in the process of being sold and this may impact the sales.  Village Manager Herbek replied that there will be a work session on May 14th where they can get further information.

Don Daubney stated that regarding the stop sign at Radnor, he polled the neighborhood and they love it.  Mr. Daubney added that there are missing lampposts by the Methodist Church and are there plans to replace them?  Village Manager Herbek replied that he would check.  Mr. Daubney stated that he is pleased with the way the leaf collection and composting went so well this year; he noticed that the compost pile is almost gone and asked if the Village will continue doing it the same way, and is there a study or plan to determine if it is economically feasible to continue.  Mayor Elliott replied that an analysis will be done.


RESOLUTIONS:

a.      On motion of TRUSTEE McCarthy, seconded by TRUSTEE Grant, the following  
resolution was adopted unanimously by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, New York:  


NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: that the Village Board of Trustees does hereby call a Public Hearing on June 4, 2001 to discuss Local Law Introductory No. 8 regarding stop intersections.


b.      On motion of TRUSTEE Grant, seconded by TRUSTEE Wiegman, the following resolution was adopted unanimously by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, New York:  

WHEREAS, the Village Board of Trustees appointed a Comprehensive Plan Committee in August 1999 in order to prepare a Comprehensive Plan for the Village; and

WHEREAS, while preparing this plan certain zoning changes have been recommended by the Comprehensive Plan Committee; and

WHEREAS, Local Laws amending sections 230-16, 230-17, 230-18 and 230-52 of the Zoning Law and amending the Zoning Map have been prepared and the Village Board is considering their approval; and

WHEREAS, in accordance with the requirements of the State Environmental Quality Review Law, the Village Board must make a determination as to the Environmental Impact of these actions; and

WHEREAS, a full Environmental Assessment Form has been prepared,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: that the Village Board of the Village of Croton on Hudson does hereby declare itself to be the Lead Agency with respect to these actions; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Village Board does hereby accept the full Environmental Assessment Form; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Village Board does hereby determine that this is a Type 1 action; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Village Board does hereby adopt the attached NEGATIVE DECLARATION with respect to these actions.


c.      On motion of TRUSTEE Grant, seconded by TRUSTEE McCarthy, the following
resolution was adopted unanimously by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, New York:  

WHEREAS, the Village Board of Trustees appointed a Comprehensive Plan Committee in August 1999 in order to prepare a Comprehensive Plan for the Village; and

WHEREAS, while preparing this plan certain zoning changes have been recommended by the Comprehensive Plan Committee; and

WHEREAS, a Local Law amending sections 230-16, 230-17, and 230-52 of the Zoning Law and amending the Zoning Map has been prepared and the Village Board is considering its approval; and

WHEREAS, in accordance with the requirements of the State Environmental Quality Review Law, the Village Board has made a determination as to the Environmental Impact of this proposed action; and

WHEREAS, in accordance with 6 NYCRR Part 617.6, the Village Board is the only Agency required to approve the proposed action; and

WHEREAS, the Village Board has determined that this is a Type I Action; and

WHEREAS, Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton on Hudson has declared itself to be the Lead Agency with respect to these actions and has accepted the full Environmental Assessment Statement and adopted the Negative Declaration,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: that the Village Board does hereby call for a Public Hearing to consider Local Law No. 6 of 2001.


d.      On motion of TRUSTEE Grant, seconded by TRUSTEE Wiegman, the following
resolution was adopted unanimously by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, New York:  

WHEREAS, Local Law No. 3 of 2000 establishing a temporary moratorium on certain building and development in the Village of Croton on Hudson was passed on June 26, 2000; and

WHEREAS, this local law is due to expire on June 26, 2001; and

WHEREAS, the Comprehensive Plan process has not been completed; and

WHEREAS, based on input from the resident survey, and three public input workshops the committee has decided to establish certain areas of the Village as gateway districts; and

WHEREAS, design and zoning requirements of these gateway districts have not yet been completed

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: that the Village Board of Trustees hereby calls for a Public Hearing on June 4, 2001 to discuss Local Law Introductory # 7 of 2001 extending the Year 2000 Development Moratorium Law for the Gateway Districts for six (6) months.


e.      On motion of TRUSTEE Grant, seconded by TRUSTEE McCarthy, the following
resolution was adopted unanimously by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, New York:  

WHEREAS, the Village Board of Trustees appointed a Comprehensive Plan Committee in August 1999 in order to prepare a Comprehensive Plan for the Village; and

WHEREAS, while preparing this plan certain zoning changes have been recommended by the Comprehensive Plan Committee; and

WHEREAS, a Local Law amending section 230-18 of the Zoning Law has been prepared and the Village Board is considering its approval; and

WHEREAS, in accordance with the requirements of the State Environmental Quality Review Law, the Village Board has made a determination as to the Environmental Impact of this proposed action; and

WHEREAS, in accordance with 6 NYCRR Part 617.6, the Village Board is the only Agency required to approve the proposed action; and

WHEREAS, the Village Board has determined that this is a Type I Action; and

WHEREAS, Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton on Hudson has declared itself to be the Lead Agency with respect to these actions and has accepted the full Environmental Assessment Statement and adopted the Negative Declaration,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: that the Village Board does hereby call for a Public Hearing to consider Local Law No. 5 of 2001.



f.      On motion of TRUSTEE GRANT, seconded by TRUSTEE HARKINS, the following
resolution was adopted unanimously  by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, New York

WHEREAS, the Village Treasurer has reviewed the 12 month year to date expenditures for each department and recommends the following modifications:

                        GENERAL  FUND

Increase   001-1420.401  by      $     3,000.00     ( Pipe Line Legal )
Increase   001-1920.400  by      $        900.00     ( Municipal Dues )
Increase   001-3310.100  by      $     1,200.00     ( Personnel Expense )
Increase   001-5183.110  by      $   10,000.00     ( Personnel Expense P/T )
Increase   001-8090.100  by      $   10,000.00     ( Personnel Expense )
Increase   001-8140.400  by      $        800.00     ( Contractual )
Increase   001-8560.100  by      $     6,000.00     ( Personnel Expense )
Increase   001-9062.800  by      $     1,890.00     ( Medicare Reimburse. )
Decrease 001- 1110.110  by      $     1,376.00     ( Personnel Expense )
Decrease 001- 1110.120  by      $        500.00     ( Personnel Expense )
Decrease 001- 1110.420  by      $        414.00     ( Personnel Expense )
Decrease 001- 1440.110  by      $     4,000.00     ( Personnel Expense )
Decrease 001- 1620.100  by      $     2,500.00     ( Personnel Expense )
Decrease 001- 1640.110  by      $    12,000.00    ( Personnel Expense )
Decrease 001- 1930.400  by      $      1,000.00    (Contractual )
Decrease 001- 1940.400  by      $      3,000.00    (Contractual )
Decrease 001- 1950.400  by      $      3,750.00    (Contractual )
Decrease 001- 3121.110  by      $      2,250.00    (Personnel Expense )
Decrease 001- 5110.100  by      $      3,000.00    (Personnel Expense )

WATER  FUND

Increase   002-9062.800  by      $           68.00     (Medicare Reimburse )
Decrease  002-9040.800  by      $           68.00     ( Workers Comp )


NOW  THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Village Treasurer amend the 2000 - 2001 General Fund budget to reflect these changes.

REPORTS:  All Trustees held over their reports to next meeting.

Trustee Grant made a motion to adjourn.  Trustee Harkins seconded the motion; approved unanimously.  The meeting was adjourned at 12:10 A.M.

Respectfully submitted,


Phyllis A. Bradbury, Secretary



Village Clerk