January 20, 2014
The meeting was opened by Mayor Kevin J. Flint at 7 p.m. In attendance was Trustees Louis A. Guido, Jr. and Edward A. Harvey, Clerk-Treasurer Dorothy E. Johnson, Attorney Dennis B. Laughlin, Interim DPW Superintendent David R. Hajczewski, and village residents Scott Flint Jennifer Borchert and Conway Bishop.
The first 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 Harvey, seconded by Trustee Guido, and unanimously carried,
RESOLVED, to dispense with the reading of the minutes and approve as written.
Checking Account 1/1/14 Balance
Total Fund 138,432.58
Trust & Agency 228.83
Savings Accounts 1/1/14 Balance
Water System Repair Reserve $ 2,889.95
Cemetery Capital Reserve 11,140.26
Unemployment Insurance Reserve 5,170.90
Water Debt Service Reserve 24,496.55
Parks & Recreation Reserve 8,480.70
Sidewalk Repair & Replacement Reserve 233.39
Unpaid Water Unpaid Taxes
Billed 1/1/14 $60,015.26
After discussion, it was upon motion of Trustee Guido, seconded by Trustee Harvey, unanimously carried,
RESOLVED, to accept the report as given.
FIRE DEPARTMENT PARADE
Scott Flint attended the meeting on behalf of the Fire Department. Mr. Flint asked for the Village Board’s support as the fire department is planning a parade on June 14, 2014. He asked if the village would help in notifying the public as well as co-sponsoring the parade by obtaining the permit (which is required to close the state highway for a period of time to allow parade vehicles). Also, he asked if the village would ask for 5-7 volunteers to help with judging the parade to help keep costs down. Tentative plans are to have vendors again as well as village-wide garage sales and a band later in the evening. The fire department will again sponsor a money raffle and if available, the Life Net helicopter will put on a demonstration. No fireworks are planned at this time.
MAINTENANCE WORKER – Applicant
Mr. Conway Bishop attended the meeting to check on the status of the maintenance worker position.
Board members said they will be setting up a schedule for interviews with applicants.
Mr. Hajczewski reported that Nathan Waterfield, Timberworks has removed the dangerous tree on Alden Street at a cost of $600.00. The tree was totally split down the middle.
Mayor Flint has obtained decking for the proposed Alden Field bridge at no cost to the village.
Caucus – Republican caucus will be held on Monday, January 27th beginning at 7 pm at the Clerk’s Office, 2 Genesee Street, Cherry Valley.
Registration - Registration for the Village of Cherry Valley will be held
at the Village Clerk’s Office, 2 Genesee Street, Cherry Valley on Saturday,
March 8, 2014, hours 12 noon to 5 pm.
No person is entitled to vote at a village election whose name does not appear on the village register.
Notice of this resolution will be posted in at least three public places within the Village, ten days prior to Registration.
Election this year is for one Trustee and will be held on March 18, 2014.
Election Inspectors – The Clerk will notify inspectors as soon as the county provides a current list.
AUDIT OF CLAIMS
After review by the board, it was upon motion of Trustee Harvey, seconded Trustee Guido, unanimously carried,
RESOLVED to make payment on bills as follows:
General Fund Ch #’s10510 - 10558 $24,456.77
Water Fund " 4,403.24
Total Fund $28,860.01
Trust & Agency Fund, Including deductions – Social Security, Medicare, Federal, Retirement Ch #’s 1799 - 1800 $2,266.12
The meeting adjourned upon motion of Trustee Guido, seconded by Trustee Harvey at 8:45 pm.
Dorothy E. Johnson
January 22, 2014