Board of Trustee Minutes - March 19, 2007
Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, NY was held on Monday, March 19, 2007 at the Municipal Building, Van Wyck Street, Croton-on-Hudson, NY.

The following officials were present:


Mayor Schmidt
Trustee Brennan
Trustee Kane
Trustee Gallelli
Trustee Wiegman
Manager Herbek
Attorney Staub
Treasurer Zambrano

1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Schmidt called the meeting to order at 8:03 p.m.  Everyone joined in the Pledge of Allegiance.
2. APPROVAL OF VOUCHERS:
Trustee Kane made a motion to approve the vouchers as follows; the motion was seconded by Trustee Brennan and approved unanimously.

General Fund
$45,275.61
Water Fund
4,671.81
Sewer
0
Capital Fund
56,276.25
Trust Fund
7,671.31
Debt Fund
0
Total
$113,894.98


3.  PRESENTATION

Mayor Schmidt presented to Clare McGarry and Larry Mark proclamations in honor of receiving a Bronze Telly Award for producing a documentary about the work of the Croton Caring Committee.  

4. CORRESPONDENCE

A.      Letter from Jerry Mulligan, Commissioner of the Westchester County Department of Planning dated March 8, 1007 announcing the 2007 monitoring season for the Westchester County Citizens' Volunteer Monitoring Program.  Mr. Mulligan states in his letter that this program provides an opportunity for citizen volunteers to help create a baseline of water quality data on water-bodies throughout the county.   Trustee Kane asked that this be passed on to the Water Control Commission.  Mayor Schmidt requested that this also be put on the Village's web-site.

B.      Letter from Timothy C. Idoni, Westchester County Clerk, dated March 7, 2007 advising that a mobile office will be made available to Croton for the convenience of applying for passports, plumbing/electrical licenses and applications for pistol permits and gun locks.  Mayor Schmidt suggested that we contact the Clerk's office and request them to come to the Village's Summerfest.

C.      Letter from John Rosenow, President of the National Arbor Day Foundation dated February 7, 2007 advising that Croton on Hudson has been named a 2006 Tree City USA.  Village Manager, Richard Herbek advised that the Village of Croton on Hudson has been designated a "Tree City" for over 20 years.



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

        RESOLVED that the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton on Hudson hereby approve the request from the Croton Little League to hold their annual parade on Saturday, April 21, 2007 (rain date Sunday, April 22, 2007), as detailed in their letter to Village Manager, Richard Herbeck, faxed on March 15, 1007.


5. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION - AGENDA ITEMS - None
Mayor Schmidt closed Citizen Participation on Agenda Items

6. RESOLUTIONS

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

WHEREAS, the Village has received a grant from the New York Power Authority for a solar photovoltaic power system; and

WHEREAS, this system is intended to be installed at the Harmon Fire House and will supplement that building’s conventional utility electric service; and

WHEREAS, there are Petroleum Overcharge Restitution (“POCR”) funds available to finance the project; and

WHEREAS, the project consists of design, procurement of equipment and materials, installation, and testing; and

WHEREAS, the New York Power Authority has prepared an agreement which must be executed before the project can begin,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: that the Village Manager is hereby authorized to sign the Solar Power Agreement with the New York Power Authority for the Solar Photovoltaic Project


B.      On motion of TRUSTEE BRENNAN, 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 is interested in addressing the recurrent flooding issues at the Croton-Harmon Train Station; and

WHEREAS, on June 19, 2006 the Board approved a proposal from Dvirka & Bartilucci for a focused evaluation of parking arrangements at the station and evaluations of certain alternatives for mitigating the flooding issues; and

WHEREAS, at a February 12, 2007 presentation to the Village Board, Tony Conetta, of Dvirka & Bartilucci presented the findings from this evaluation which included 6 conceptual alternatives to address the flooding problems; and

WHEREAS, the next step is for an Engineering Design Report for one of the three surface fill options;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: that the Village Manager is hereby authorized to sign the proposal from Dvirka & Bartilucci for an engineering design report to address the flooding problems at the Croton-Harmon Train Station for $32,500,

AND BE IT FURTHER that the cost will be charged to capital account H-5650-2015.



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

WHEREAS the Croton Volunteer Fire Department has scheduled a Firemen’s Parade on May 19, 2007, and

WHEREAS the Village manpower from the police department and department of public works will be required, and
WHEREAS funds for the services will need to be allocated, and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: that the Village Treasurer is hereby authorized to transfer $10,000 from the contingency account to A7550.120 Celebrations



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

TRUSTEE GALLELLI submitted the following resolution and moved for its adoption.  The motion was seconded by TRUSTEE KANE. The Board of Trustees of the Village was polled.  The motion was adopted by a vote of five (5) affirmative votes (being at least a majority of the voting strength of the Board of Trustees of the Village) with no negative votes and no votes absent.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE RESOLUTION TO MAKE FINDINGS
AND DETERMINATIONS
        WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson (the “Village”) a municipal corporation of the State of New York, located in the County of Westchester, has considered the costs and benefits of acquiring a parcel of land in and for the Village, including any preliminary and incidental costs related thereto; and
        WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the Village has determined that upon the examination of an environmental assessment form (“EAF”) prepared at the Board’s direction, the Project is an “unlisted action”, as that term is defined in 6 NYCRR §617.2(ak), and therefore the Village has caused the EAF to be prepared and promptly filed with the Village Clerk; and
        WHEREAS, it is proposed that the maximum amount estimated to be expended for the Project is $900,000 and that the costs of the Project, in whole or in part, are to be financed by the issuance of serial bonds of the Village in the aggregate principal amount of up to $500,000, pursuant to the Local Finance Law of the State of New York (the “LFL”) and, if deemed advisable, by the issuance of bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds; and
        WHEREAS, it is proposed that the costs of the Project are to be paid from a tax levied upon all the taxable property in the Village in annual installments as determined by the Board of Trustees of the Village in amounts sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on said serial bonds, to be authorized in a bond resolution to be adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village; and   
        WHEREAS, the evidence contained in such engineering plans and studies and in the EAF with respect to the Project permits the Board of Trustees of the Village to make the determinations hereinafter in connection with actions to be made for the purpose of authorizing the financing of the Project;
        NOW THEREFORE, pursuant to proceedings prescribed in 6 NYCRR at §617 of the State Environmental Quality Review Act (“SEQRA”) regulations, BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF CROTON-ON-HUDSON, COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER, STATE OF NEW YORK, as follows:
        Section 1.      The Village, by and through its Board of Trustees, hereby declares and designates itself to be the “lead agency”, as that term is defined in 6 NYCRR §617.2(u), with respect to the environmental review of the Project.
        Section 2.      Upon receipt and examination of the EAF, it is hereby determined that the Project is an “unlisted action”, as that term is defined in 6 NYCRR §617.2(ak).
        Section 3.      No other agency other than the Village is involved in said environmental review and no coordinated review or segmentation of such review is necessary or required with respect to the Project.  
        Section 4.      No hearing as set forth in 6 NYCRR §617.9(a)(4) is required in making the determinations contained herein with respect to the costs of the Project.
        Section 5.      Taking into account the criteria set forth in 6 NYCRR §617.7, upon review of all pertinent information, including taking a hard look at all the facts and circumstances, it is determined that the Project will not have a significant effect on the environment and no unidentified adverse effects are anticipated with respect thereto and therefore is precluded from further review under the Environmental Conservation Law.
        Section 6.      It is hereby determined that for purposes of the SEQRA regulations the serial bond resolution to be adopted under the LFL to finance the Project shall not be or be deemed to be an “action”, as that term is defined in 6 NYCRR §617.2(b), until such bond resolution is adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village.
        Section 7.      The Village shall include a true copy of this resolution in the file maintained, readily accessible to the public, in the office of the Village Clerk, containing the EAF.
        Section 8.       This resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the Board of Trustees of the Village.
Roll Call: Mayor Schmidt Aye, Trustee Brennan Aye, Trustee Gallelli Aye, Trustee Kane Aye, Trustee Wiegman Aye


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

TRUSTEE GALLELLI submitted the following bond resolution and moved for its adoption.  The motion was seconded by TRUSTEE KANE. The Board of Trustees of the Village was polled.  The motion was adopted by a vote of Five (5) affirmative votes (being at least two_thirds of the voting strength of the Board of Trustees of the Village) with no negative votes and no votes absent.
        BOND RESOLUTION, DATED MARCH 19, 2007, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $500,000 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT SERIAL BONDS OF THE VILLAGE OF CROTON-ON-HUDSON, COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER, STATE OF NEW YORK, PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW, TO FINANCE THE COSTS OF THE ACQUISITION OF LAND OR RIGHTS-IN-LAND IN AND FOR THE VILLAGE.

        WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson (the “Village”), a municipal corporation of the State of New York, located in the County of Westchester, hereby determines that it is in the public interest of the Village to authorize the financing of the costs of the acquisition of land or rights-in-land in and for the Village, including any preliminary and incidental costs related thereto, at a total estimated cost not to exceed $500,000, all in accordance with the Local Finance Law;
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, County of Westchester, State of New York, as follows:
        Section 1.      There is hereby authorized to be issued serial bonds of the Village, and/or bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds, in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $500,000, pursuant to the Local Finance Law, in order to finance the costs of the acquisition of land or rights-in-land in and for the Village, including any preliminary and incidental costs related thereto (collectively, the “Project”).
        Section 2.      The Board of Trustees of the Village has ascertained and hereby states that (a) the estimated maximum costs of the Project are not to exceed $900,000; (b) no money has heretofore been authorized to be applied to the payment of the costs of the Project; (c) the Board of Trustees of the Village plans to finance the costs of the Project from (i) the proceeds of the serial bonds authorized herein, and/or of bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds and (ii) various general  fund monies of the Village; (d) the maximum maturity of such serial bonds authorized herein shall be in excess of five (5) years; and (e) on or before the expenditure of moneys to pay for any costs in connection with the Project for which the proceeds of any obligations authorized herein are to be applied to reimburse the Village, the Board of Trustees of the Village took “official action” for federal income tax purposes to authorize the capital financing of such expenditure.
        Section 3.      It is hereby determined that the Project is a specific object or purpose, or of a class of object or purpose, as described in subdivision 21 of paragraph a of Section 11.00 of the Local Finance Law and that the period of probable usefulness of the Project is thirty (30) years.  The serial bonds authorized herein shall have a maximum maturity of thirty (30) years computed from the earlier of (a) the date of issuance of such serial bonds, or (b) the date of issuance of the first bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds.
        Section 4.      Subject to the terms and conditions of this bond resolution and the Local Finance Law, including the provisions of Sections 21.00, 30.00, 50.00 and 56.00 to 60.00, inclusive, the power to authorize serial bonds as authorized herein, and bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds, including renewals thereof, the power to prescribe the terms, form and contents of such serial bonds and such bond anticipation notes, and the power to issue, sell and deliver such serial bonds and such bond anticipation notes, are hereby delegated to the Village Treasurer, as the chief fiscal officer of the Village.  The Village Treasurer is hereby authorized to execute on behalf of the Village all serial bonds issued pursuant to this bond resolution, and all bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds, and the Village Clerk is hereby authorized to impress the seal of the Village (or to have imprinted a facsimile thereof) on all such serial bonds and all such bond anticipation notes and to attest such seal.  Each interest coupon, if any, representing interest payable on such serial bonds shall be authenticated by the manual or facsimile signature of the Village Treasurer.
        Section 5.      The faith and credit of the Village are hereby and shall be irrevocably pledged for the punctual payment of the principal of and interest on all obligations authorized and issued pursuant to this bond resolution as the same shall become due.
        Section 6.      When this bond resolution takes effect, the Village Clerk shall cause the same, or a summary thereof, to be published together with a notice in substantially the form prescribed by Section 81.00 of the Local Finance Law in the Gazette and the Journal News, newspapers having a general circulation in the Village.  The validity of the serial bonds authorized herein, and of bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds, may be contested only if such obligations are authorized for an object or purpose, or class of object or purpose, for which the Village is not authorized to expend money, or the provisions of law, which should have been complied with as of the date of publication of this bond resolution, or such summary thereof, were not substantially complied with, and an action, suit or proceeding contesting such validity is commenced within twenty (20) days after the date of such publication, or if such obligations were authorized in violation of the provisions of the Constitution of the State of New York.
        Section 7.      Prior to the issuance of any obligations authorized herein, the Board of Trustees of the Village shall comply with all applicable provisions prescribed in Article 8 of the Environmental Conservation Law, all regulations promulgated thereunder by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and all applicable Federal laws and regulations in connection with environmental quality review relating to the Project (collectively, the “environmental compliance proceedings”).  In the event that any of the environmental compliance proceedings are not completed, or require amendment or modification subsequent to the date of adoption of this bond resolution, the Board of Trustees of the Village will re-adopt, amend or modify this bond resolution prior to the issuance of any obligations authorized herein upon the advice of bond counsel.  It is hereby determined by the Board of Trustees of the Village that the Project will not have a significant effect on the environment.
        Section 8.      The Village hereby declares its intention to issue the serial bonds authorized herein, and/or bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds (collectively, the “obligations”), to finance the costs of the Project.  The Village covenants for the benefit of the holders of such obligations, that it will not make any use of the proceeds of such obligations, any funds reasonably expected to be used to pay the principal of or interest on such obligations or any other funds of the Village, and will not make any use of the Project which would cause the interest on such obligations to become subject to federal income taxation under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”) (except for the federal alternative minimum tax imposed on corporations by section 55 of the Code), or subject the Village to any penalties under section 148 of the Code, and that it will not take any action or omit to take any action with respect to such obligations, the proceeds thereof or the Project financed thereby, if such action or omission would cause the interest on such obligations to become subject to federal income taxation under the Code (except for the federal alternative minimum tax imposed on corporations by section 55 of the Code), or subject the Village to any penalties under section 148 of the Code.  The foregoing covenants shall remain in full force and effect notwithstanding the defeasance of any serial bonds authorized and issued under this bond resolution, or any other provisions hereof, until the date which is sixty (60) days after the final maturity date or earlier prior redemption date thereof.  The proceeds of any obligations authorized herein may be applied to reimburse expenditures or commitments of the Village made in connection with the Project on or after a date which is not more than sixty (60) days prior to the date of adoption of this bond resolution by the Board of Trustees of the Village.
        Section 9.      For the benefit of the holders and beneficial owners from time to time of the serial bonds authorized herein, and of bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of such serial bonds, the Village agrees, in accordance with and as an obligated person with respect to such obligations under, Rule 15c2-12 (the “Rule”) promulgated by the Securities Exchange Commission pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, to provide or cause to be provided such financial information and operating data, financial statements and notices, in such manner as may be required for purposes of the Rule.  In order to describe and specify certain terms of the Village’s continuing disclosure agreement for that purpose, and thereby to implement that agreement, including provisions for enforcement, amendment and termination, the Village Treasurer is authorized and directed to sign and deliver, in the name and on behalf of the Village, the commitment authorized by subsection 6(c) of the Rule (the “Commitment”), to be placed on file with the Village Clerk, which shall constitute the continuing disclosure agreement made by the Village for the benefit of holders and beneficial owners of the obligations authorized herein in accordance with the Rule, with any changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this bond resolution and not substantially adverse to the Village and that are approved by the Village Treasurer on behalf of the Village, all of which shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the Commitment or amendments thereto.  The agreement formed collectively by this paragraph and the Commitment shall be the Village’s continuing disclosure agreement for purposes of the Rule, and its performance shall be subject to the availability of funds and their annual appropriation to meet costs the Village would be required to incur to perform thereunder.  The Village Treasurer is further authorized and directed to establish procedures in order to ensure compliance by the Village with its continuing disclosure agreement, including the timely provision of information and notices.  Prior to making any filing in accordance with the agreement or providing notice of the occurrence of any material event, the Village Treasurer shall consult with, as appropriate, the Village Attorney and bond counsel or other qualified independent special counsel to the Village and shall be entitled to rely upon any legal advice provided by the Village Attorney or such bond counsel or other qualified independent special counsel in determining whether a filing should be made.
        Section 10.     This bond resolution is subject to a permissive referendum and will take effect upon its adoption by the Board of Trustees of the Village and the expiration of the period prescribed in the Village Law during which petitions for a permissive referendum may be submitted and filed with the Village Clerk.
Roll Call: Mayor Schmidt Aye, Trustee Brennan Aye, Trustee Gallelli Aye, Trustee Kane Aye, Trustee Wiegman Aye


7.  CITIZEN PARTICIPATION - NON-AGENDA ITEMS

Bob Wintermeier, 43 Radnor Avenue, Croton, said that he wanted to clarify information that he received in the mail regarding the money that has been spent on litigation; the million and half dollars includes Metro Enviro as well as the current 1A Croton Point litigation, in addition to the nineteen to twenty executive sessions during which legal counsel was present.  Mr. Wintermeier also commented that, in his opinion, the Sewer Rental Fee has been very beneficial to the community and continues to support it.

Cornelia Cotton, Croton, addressed the Board requesting that the Board consider the following; installing a Village clock, a public drinking fountain, improvement of the Croton Point gateway, add more information about Croton on the new sign at Croton Landing, and enforcement of our Tree Ordinance,

Joanne Minett, 5 Van Cortland Place, Croton, stated that when Zeytinia came before the Planning Board they were denied receiving deliveries from eighteen wheeler trucks because of congestion and safety concerns.  Ms. Minett said that because Zeytinia is important to Croton, the Planning Board then allowed them limited eighteen-wheeler truck deliveries to four a month. Ms. Minett said that when she asked who would be monitoring this she was told that it would be citizens like her.  Ms. Minett said that Zeytinia is now receiving two eighteen-wheeler truck deliveries a week, which amounts to eight a month, and maybe even more because she is not there during the day.  Ms. Minett said that the terms and conditions set by the Planning Board are being violated and there is no one who does anything about it.  Ms. Minett said that their garbage is not contained, they do not have compactors and there is not a day that goes by where the garbage is all over the place.   Ms. Minett said that to her knowledge there have not been any fines issued and given the way this shopping Center is monitored by the Village, how can we ever think that we can monitor Regus; a serial violator of all municipal codes and environmental laws in every community in which they operate no matter what terms and conditions the Village sets?

Susan Konig, 37 Elmore, Croton, said that she agrees that a lot of the litigation has been needless with respect to 1A Croton Point Avenue because if Metro Enviro had never been invited into our Village no litigation would have been needed.  Ms. Konig encouraged the Mayor to continue his fight, not to negotiate with this entity and continue to say no to "cash for trash".  Ms. Konig said that we should wait for the ruling from the STB that will close the loophole where a waste company cannot masquerade as a railroad.

Trustee Brennan stated that the Village is in receipt of a Notice of Violation from the DEC (Department of Environmental Conservation) served on Regus Industries and NIR Railway stating that they are in violation of number 46 of their DEC permit for failure to pay for the Onsite Environmental Monitor.   

Mayor Schmidt closed Citizen Participation on Non-Agenda Items


8.  APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Trustee Wiegman made a motion to approve the minutes of the Executive Session held on Thursday, February 22, 2007.  Trustee Brennan seconded the motion. The Board voted unanimously to approve the minutes

Trustee Kane made a motion to approve the minutes of the Regular Board Meeting held on Monday, February 5, 2007 as amended.  Trustee Brennan seconded the motion. The Board voted as follows; Mayor Schmidt Aye, Trustee Brennan Aye, Trustee Gallelli Aye, Trustee Kane Aye, Trustee Wiegman Abstained.


9.   REPORTS

Village Manager, Richard Herbek, advised that the hydrant flushing program will begin April 10th and will run Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00am -12:00pm and will take approximately three weeks to complete.  Mr. Herbek said that he received an e-mail concerning "The Clean Railroads Act of 2007" and will forward a letter to our representatives upon approval of the Board.  Mr. Herbek said that with respect to Con Edison's tree trimming program he is contacting other municipalities to see how the program is running.  Mr. Herbek said that he and Village staff have been working very hard on preparing the 2007/08 Village Budget and will have it filed with the Village Clerk on the 20th and sent to all Board Members for their review.

Village Treasurer, Abe Zambrano reported the following; legal expenses paid this period;  $9,484 of which $1,404 was for the STB case,~$2,927 for the Metro Enviro case in the NYS Court of Appeals, ~$656 for the Millennium Pipeline case,~$3,747 for discussions with Tenant & Owner of 1A Croton Pt Avenue and $750 for General Counsel, cumulative total since we started reporting December 4, 2006 is $48,941,of which  $12,853 for the STB case,  $ 17,694 for Metro Enviro NYS Court of Appeals,  $324 for 1ACroton Point Avenue Site Plan Approval, $3,621 for the Millennium Pipeline, $3,747 for discussion with Tenant & Owner 1A Croton Pt Ave, and $10,701 for General Counsel.


Trustee Kane thanked the DPW Department for their hard work clearing our streets during the recent snow fall.  

Trustee Gallelli congratulated Clare McGarry and Larry Mark on their achievement; she saw the video and it is a remarkable product and they deserved the recognition it received.   Trustee Gallelli thanked Ms. Cotton for her suggestions and coming to the meeting to share her concerns with the Board.  

Trustee Brennan stated that the "Clean Railroad Act of 2007" bill sponsored by Senator Lautenberg of New Jersey is also being supported by the New York Conference of Mayors, the National Governors Association, the Solid Waste Association of North America, the National Municipal Association, and the National Solid Waste Management Association, Integrated Waste Services Association and the Construction Materials Recycling Association.  Trustee Brennan encouraged everyone to call Senators Clinton and Schumer to encourage them to co-sponsor this bill.

Mayor Schmidt also thanked Ms. Cotton for sharing her thoughts with the Board.  Mayor Schmidt reminded everyone that Village Elections will be held tomorrow from 6:00am to 9:00pm at Village Hall.

On motion of TRUSTEE GALLELLI, seconded by TRUSTEE KANE, the following resolution was adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson, New York to enter into an Executive Session to discuss 1A Croton Point Avenue.  Mayor Schmidt Aye, Trustee Brennan Nay, Trustee Gallelli Aye, Trustee Kane Aye, Trustee Wiegman Aye.


There being no further comments to come before the Board, a motion to close the meeting at 10:00pm was made by Trustee Kane and seconded by Trustee Wiegman. Motion was unanimously approved.


Respectfully submitted,
Board Secretary



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Peggy Keesler, Village Clerk