March 21, 2011 The meeting of the Cherry Valley Village Board opened at 7:00 p.m. with Mayor Jeffrey S. Stiles presiding. In attendance were Trustee Kevin J. Flint, Trustee Edward A. Harvey, Clerk-Treasurer Dorothy Johnson, Interim Superintendent David Hajczewski, Planning Board member, Dennis Laughlin and a representative from Casella Waste. REFUSE REMOVAL BID OPENING Bids were opened for removal of refuse and recyclables from the village for the next fiscal year, beginning June 1, 2011. Bids are as follows: M. Wheelock Disposal, Richfield Springs, NY ……………….. $52,316.00 Weaver’s Sanitation, Palatine Bridge, NY …………………….. 52,500.00 Casella Waste, Oneonta, NY …………………………………... 59,985.00 After discussion, it was upon motion of Trustee Harvey, seconded by Trustee Flint, unanimously carried, RESOLVED to accept the bid submitted by Weaver’s Sanitation at an annual cost of $52,200.00. MINUTES The next item on the agenda was the approval of the minutes, as sent to all board members in written form. It was upon motion of Trustee Flint, seconded by Trustee Harvey, and unanimously carried, RESOLVED, to dispense with the reading of the minutes and approve as written. TREASURER’S REPORT - No report given. DPW Water Meters It was decided that all water meters will be periodically inspected. Hydrants Flushed Mr. Hajczewski stated that he will be flushing hydrants on April 20th and 21st. The Clerk will put a notice in the Daily Star regarding this to alert residents of fluctuating water pressure as well as discoloration of the water. CHIPS/Budget Mr. Hajczewski has received notice from the New York State Department of Transportation that any reimbursement requests for April 2011 cannot include any of the following preventative maintenance treatments: micro surfacing, paver placed surface treatment, or single or double course surface treatments involving chip seals and oil and stone. Trustee Flint said they are trying to negotiate putting the paving part back in at this time. He will report back at the next meeting with any new information. Due to this possibility for future claims, it was decided to put more money in the proposed budget for street work, and use more of CHIPS for concrete sidewalks. Other budgetary items were discussed. Board members agreed that they do not want to raise the tax or water rates. ANNUAL MEETING As the Annual Re-Organizational meeting is to be held on the first Monday of April, it was upon motion of Trustee Harvey, seconded by Trustee Flint, unanimously agreed, the Annual Organizational meeting will be held on April 4, 2011, beginning at 7 p.m. (Later changed to 6:30 pm.) Proposed Salaries for board members are: Mayor $1,750.00 Trustee $1,500.00 each BUDGET HEARING It was upon motion of Trustee Flint, seconded by Trustee Harvey, unanimously carried, RESOLVED, A public hearing will be held on Monday, April 18, 2011 beginning at 7 pm, on proposed 2011-2012 budgets for the Village of Cherry Valley at the Clerk’s Office, 2 Genesee Street, Cherry Valley, New York. Proposed budget is as follows: General Fund Water Fund Appropriations $252,328.00 Appropriations $106,000.00 Revenues (inc. reserves) 87,497.00 Revenue 106,000.00 To be raised by taxes $166,373.00 -0- Rate: $16.9998 per thousand Rate: $6.75 per thousand gallons No change No change Any interested person may view the proposed budgets during the hours of 9:00 am. and 1:00 pm., Monday through Friday at the above address. AUDIT OF CLAIMS After review by the board, it was upon motion of Trustee Harvey, seconded Trustee Flint, unanimously carried, Resolved, to make payment on bills as follows: General Fund Ch #’s 8835 – 8880 $15,561.90 Water Fund “ “ 5,022.51 Total Fund $20,584.11 Trust & Agency Fund Ch #’s 1637 – 1647 $10,658.46 ADJOURNMENT It was upon motion of Trustee Flint, seconded by Trustee Harvey, unanimously carried to close the meeting at 8:15 pm. Respectfully Submitted, Dorothy E. Johnson Clerk-Treasurer April 3, 2011

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