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Town Board Minutes 10/20/04
REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN BOARD
TOWN OF GLENVILLE
OCTOBER 20, 2004
AT THE GLENVILLE MUNICIPAL CENTER
18 GLENRIDGE ROAD, GLENVILLE, NEW YORK


Present: Supervisor Clarence W. Mosher, Councilmen Peter V. Russo, Mark A. Quinn and James W. Denney

Absent: Councilman Robert E. Bailey

Supervisor Mosher called the meeting to order at 7:30 PM.  Supervisor Mosher gave the Invocation and Willard Bailey was asked to lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Supervisor Mosher asked the Town Clerk, Linda C. Neals, to call the roll. Everyone was present and accounted for except Councilman Bailey who was out of town.

Town Council Reports:

Councilman Russo – “Our single effort to build a fire training facility in the Town of Glenville has now grown into a regional facility serving over fourteen counties and in combination with the Schenectady County Community College, it will provide training for people within a number of professions.

We have also consolidated our efforts with the Zone Five Police Academy, which most recently moved to Schenectady and is located in the old IUE Hall.  In addition to these two entities we are also working with the County’s newest project called Safety Central, which basically is a four city block area built to look like the real thing and is a hands on experience for training school children, bus drivers etc. and It really fits and meshes with everything else that we are trying to accomplish.

We’ll be coming out with consolidated perspectives where investors, foundations, state and federal agencies.  We will keep you posted as we move along.  With this new partnership with the community college I really feel that this gives us a much bigger emphasis in the whole County.”

Councilman Denney – “All of the board members have been working pretty actively on the budget and I want to thank all of the department heads and folks who assisted us with that.

Councilman Quinn and I attended a meeting and I apologize because I won’t get the name of the group right but it was basically a group of the Glenville Fire Commissioners, but we attended that about a week and a half ago.  We were there for a couple of hours and we got a lot of good information there and I thought it was particularly beneficial and I will make sure that we share some of those things after we get through this budget process over the course of the next month or so.”

Councilman Quinn – “I’ll just echo those sentiments and especially thanking the department heads, I know it is a very argues process but we appreciate your time and your do diligence on the budget.”

Supervisor Mosher – “Item number 5 is a public hearing on the Assessment Roll for Water District No. 11, Extensions No. 1 through 26.”

Supervisor Mosher opened the public hearing at 7:40 p.m.
No one wished to speak; Supervisor Mosher closed the public hearing at 7:41 p.m.


Supervisor Mosher – “Item number 6 is a public hearing on the Assessment Roll for Water District No. 8, Extension No. 2.”

Supervisor Mosher opened the public hearing at 7:42 p.m.
No one wished to speak; Supervisor Mosher closed the public hearing at 7:43 p.m.

Supervisor Mosher – “Item number 7 is a public hearing on the Assessment Roll for Sewer District No. 4, Acorn Drive Sewer District & Sewer District No. 6 Woodhaven Waste Treatment Plant.”

Supervisor Mosher opened the public hearing at 7:44 p.m.
No one wished to speak; Supervisor Mosher closed the public hearing at 7:45 p.m.

Supervisor Mosher – “Item number 8 is a public hearing on the Assessment Roll for Sewer District No. 9.”

Supervisor Mosher opened the public hearing at 7:46 p.m.
No one wished to speak; Supervisor Mosher closed the public hearing at 7:47 p.m.

The Privilege of the Floor was opened at 7:48 PM
The following people exercised the Privilege of the Floor.

Dave Gallup, 430 Sacandaga Road, Beukendaal Fire Dept.
Virginia Graney, 209 Parkland Avenue
Valerie DiGiandomenico, Via DelZotto Drive
Lynne Bansavage, 45 Market Street

No one else wished to speak; Supervisor Mosher closed the Privilege of the Floor.

Supervisor Mosher – “Supervisor’s comments will be deferred until after Item No. 11 a resolution amending the Tentative Budget and adopting it as the Preliminary Budget for 2005 and setting a time and date for a public hearing on the Preliminary Budget for 2005.  Is there a motion?”

Councilman Denney – “Mr. Supervisor I would like to move the Preliminary Budget as presented to the Town Board that’s dated October 20, 2004 with the following changes to the following codes:

O1.00 – GENERAL                 be changed to $600,000
02.00 – TOWN OUTSIDE VILLAGE    be changed to $125,000
04.00 – HIGHWAY                 be changed to $200,000

Those amounts are on the top of page 2 of 46 in the Preliminary Budget that was presented to us earlier tonight.  Other than that I don’t have any changes that I would like to submit.”

RESOLUTION NO. 240-2004

Moved by:       Councilman Denney
Seconded by:    Councilman Russo

WHEREAS, the Tentative Budget has been filed with the Town Clerk; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 108 of the Town Law, a public hearing must be held by the board upon said Preliminary Budget, on or before the Thursday immediately following the General Election,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Tentative Budget is hereby amended to establish the elected officials’ salaries at:

Supervisor ...........................................$ 14,231.00
Town Council Members (four)..............…$       6,955.00 [each]
Town Clerk...........................................$  53,800.00
Town Highway Superintendent................$    75,514.00


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Tentative Budget as amended be adopted as the Preliminary Budget for 2005; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Town Board of the Town of Glenville that a public hearing upon said preliminary budget shall be held at the Glenville Municipal Center, 18 Glenridge Road, in said Town on November 3, 2004 at 7:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as can be reached; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Town Clerk be and he hereby is directed to prepare the proper notice of said public hearing and to publish and post said notice in accordance with said Section 108 of the Town Law; and

BE IT STILL FURTHER RESOLVED that the Town Clerk be and he hereby is directed to have twenty-five (25) copies produced of the Preliminary Budget for public distribution and another (25-50) if and when the need arises.

Ayes: Councilmen Russo, Denney and Quinn
Noes: Supervisor Mosher
Absent: Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:     None

Motion Carried

Supervisor Mosher – “I feel very strongly about this budget.  I have worked very long and hard on it, not only this year but in the previous years.  I think the Town Board is headed in the wrong direction.  We set aside $795,500 in the Appropriated Fund Balance for the Year 2004.  The original Preliminary Budget recommendation was to use only $695,000 in Appropriated Fund Balance for 2005; a reduction of over $100,000 from last year’s amount.  Now the Town Board wants to increase that Appropriated Fund Balance figure to $925,000.  We are going in the wrong direction.

I wanted to decrease the use of Appropriated Fund Balance while building up reserves for one more year so that we could be on a pay-as-you-go basis; not using tax revenues to pay for Compensated Absence Liabilities or using bonding to purchase equipment.

The original Preliminary Budget that you had this evening saw a tax increase on an average $105,000 home in the Town of Glenville of only $11.44 a year or only $.22 per week.

The original Preliminary Budget had a tax increase of only $5.03 a year on an average $77,000 home in the Village of Scotia or slightly less than $.10 per week.

The original Preliminary Budget, with the help of the Department Heads and the Town Board, reduced last year’s tax rate of 2.64% to 2.37% for 2005.  That’s 1.13 less than the Cost of Living Index utilized for this area.

That’s only approximately $95,000 in new taxes for the entire Town services.  Tell the County or the School Districts or even Niskayuna or Rotterdam, our sister Towns that our tax rate is only 2.37% and I bet they would be envious.

Among the cost drivers that increased the 2005 budget included Health Benefits which rose for all employees approximately $130,000.  Employees raises and staffing increases rose approximately $330,000 (a 3.5% increase for all CSEA, Highway and non-represented employees and a 2.5% increase for police) and utilities/fuel grossed up approximately $83,000.

Taking those costs into consideration, it doesn’t seem realistic going from a tax increase of 2.37% to a tax decrease of 2.47% or a total reduction of 4.84% or almost $194,000.

I have tried very hard over the past three (3) years to keep expenditures low and build reserves and I have succeeded, I am sorry to say sometimes at the expense of my health.  I figured that we would be able to pass on a tax decrease after this coming year was finished.  We need more than one year of surplus under our belt to determine where we are.

With Appropriated Fund Balance increasing rather than decreasing in the year 2005, our Comptroller has projected a double digit tax increase of 25% for the year 2006.  Even if he’s off by 50%, that’s still a 12+% tax increase in 2006.

We are going in the wrong direction – for what reason, I do not know.”

RESOLUTION NO 241-2004

Moved by: Councilman Quinn
Seconded by: Councilman Denney

WHEREAS, for the past twenty-three years the Town Board of the Town of Glenville has supported the Alplaus Run-Around, and

WHEREAS, this same event has been scheduled for Saturday, October 30, 2004 from 10:00 a.m., and 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 Noon,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that once again the Town Board of the Town of Glenville, hereby agrees to support the Twenty-Forth Annual Alplaus Run-Around located within the Hamlet of Alplaus, New York.

Ayes:Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:None
Absent:Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:    None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 242-2004

Moved by:       Councilman Quinn
Seconded by:    Councilman Russo

WHEREAS at a regular Town Board Meeting held on September 22, 2004 the Town Board authorized the creation of a search committee in order to fill the upcoming Chief of Police vacancy,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Glenville wishes to appoint a seven member committee, consisting of the following:

Ed Culhane              former 1st Deputy Superintendent NYS Police and Superintendent – Rhode Island State Police

David Bradley   former Town Board Member and Deputy Supervisor of the Town of Glenville

Tom Constantine former Head of the NYS Police

Harry Buffardi  Schenectady County Sheriff

Paul Boyarin            Former Scotia Police Chief and Captain – Schenectady Police Department

Robert Derrick  former NYC Transit Authority Officer and current Executive Recruiter

Andrew Coppola  current Chief – Alplaus Fire Department

                BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that these appointments are effective immediately.

Ayes:   Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn, and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:   None
Absent:Councilman Bailey
Abstention:None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 243-2004

Moved by:Councilman Quinn
Seconded by:Councilman Russo

WHEREAS, Halloween will be celebrated on Sunday, October 31st; and

WHEREAS, it is the intent of this resolution to keep Halloween a safe day for the children trick or treating in Glenville,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the date and time Halloween is to be celebrated within the Town of Glenville is from 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Sunday, October 31, 2004; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Chief of Police be and he hereby is authorized to print notices of "Safe Sunday Halloween" and have them distributed to the Neighborhood Watch Groups, schools, churches, newspapers and at any other locations deemed appropriate.

Ayes:Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:   None
Absent:Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:    None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 244-2004

Moved by:Councilman Russo
Seconded by:Councilman Denney

WHEREAS a public hearing to establish an extension to Water District No. 11 of the Town of Glenville was held on the 6th day of October 2004, at which time all persons interested in the establishment of the extension to the Water District were heard,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Glenville hereby determines and finds as follows:

1.      All of the property and property owners within the proposed extension to the Water District are benefited thereby.

2.      All the property and property owners benefited are included within the limits of the proposed extension to the Water District.

AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the property included within the extension to Water District No. 11 is described as follows:

The descriptions of the real property in the proposed extension to Water District No. 11 are identified on the Schenectady County Real Property Tax Service Agency Tax Maps as follows: Section 20, Block 4, Lot Nos. 21, 22, 39, 62, 63, 64, 65; Section 20.20, Block 1, Lot 1; Section 21, Block 1, Lot Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13.1, 13.2, 14, 15, 16, 17.1 and Section 29, Block 2, Lot 21; and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the total cost of the improvements, of $579,000.00 shall be borne by the entire Town and paid by the issuance of municipal bonds; and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the establishment of this extension known as Extension No. 30 to Water District No. 11 is hereby approved and the real properties included therein are as described above.

Ayes:Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:None
Absent:Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:    None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 245-2004

Moved by:Councilman Russo
Seconded by:Councilman Denney

WHEREAS a public hearing to establish an extension to Water District No. 11 of the Town of Glenville was held on the 6th day of October 2004, at which time all persons interested in the establishment of the extension to the Water District were heard,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Glenville hereby determines and finds as follows:

1.      All of the property and property owners within the proposed extension to the Water District are benefited thereby.

2.      All the property and property owners benefited are included within the limits of the proposed extension to the Water District.

AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the property included within the extension to Water District No. 11 is described as follows:

The descriptions of the real property in the proposed extension to Water District No. 11 are identified on the Schenectady County Real Property Tax Service Agency Tax Maps as follows: Section 20, Block 4, Lot Nos. 17; 18; 19.1; 20; 52; 53; 54; and Section 20.16, Block 1, Lot 1; and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the total cost of the improvements, of $172,000.00 shall be borne as follows: $50,000.00 shall be borne by Extension No. 31, Water District No. 11 and $122,000.00 shall be borne by the entire Water District No. 11 and paid by the issuance of municipal bonds; and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the establishment of this extension known as Extension No. 31 to Water District No. 11 is hereby approved and the real properties included therein are as described above.

Ayes:Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:None
Absent:Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:    None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 246-2004

Moved by:Councilman Denney
Seconded by:Councilman Russo

WHEREAS, Garry R. Heflin, Inc. has petitioned the Town Board of the Town of Glenville to establish an extension to Water District No. 11; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing on the petition filed by Garry R. Heflin, Inc. to establish an extension to Water District No. 11 of the Town of Glenville was held on the 6th day of October 2004, at which time all persons interested in the establishment of the extension to the Water District were heard,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Glenville hereby determines and finds as follows:

A.  The petition is signed and acknowledged as required by law and is otherwise sufficient.

B.  All of the property and property owners within the proposed extension to the Water District are benefited thereby.

C.  All the property and property owners benefited are included within the limits of the proposed extension to the Water District.

D.  It is in the public interest to grant in whole the relief sought which is the establishment of this extension to Water District No. 11 of the Town of Glenville.

AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the property included within the extension to Water District No. 11 is described as follows:

The description of the real property in the proposed extension to Water District No. 11 is identified on the Schenectady County Real Property Tax Service Agency Tax Maps as Section 9.04, Block 2, Lot 12.51, which is not presently within the water district.

AND IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that there will be no cost to the Town of Glenville or to Water District No. 11 and its extensions in the Town of Glenville by reason of this extension; and

IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the establishment of this extension known as Extension No. 32 to Water District No. 11 as requested by the petition of Garry R. Heflin, Inc. is hereby approved and the real property included therein is as described above.


Ayes:Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:   None
Absent:Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:    None
Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 247-2004

Moved by:       Councilman Russo
Seconded by:    Councilman Quinn

                BE IT RESOLVED that the Monthly Departmental Reports for September 2004, as received from the following:

                Assessor’s Department
                Building Department
                Justice Department
                Police Department
                Receiver of Taxes
                Town Clerk's Office
                Water Department
                Section 8 Housing Payments

be, and they hereby are accepted, approved for payment and ordered placed on file.

Ayes:           Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:           None
Absent: Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:            None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 248-2004

Moved by:       Councilman Russo
Seconded by:    Councilman Quinn

BE IT RESOLVED, that the minutes of the special meeting held on October 4, 2004 be and they hereby are approved and accepted as entered.

Ayes:Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:   None
Absent:Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:    None
Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 249-2004

Moved by:Councilman Quinn
Seconded by:Councilman Russo

BE IT RESOLVED, that the minutes of the meeting held on October 6, 2004 be and they hereby are approved and accepted as entered.

Ayes:Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:   None
Absent:Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:    None
Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 250-2004

Moved by:Councilman Russo
Seconded by:Councilman Denney

BE IT RESOLVED, that the minutes of the special meeting held on October 13, 2004 be and they hereby are approved and accepted as entered.

Ayes:Councilmen Russo, Denney, Quinn and Supervisor Mosher
Noes:   None
Absent:Councilman Bailey
Abstentions:    None

Motion Carried

New Business:

Councilman Russo – “I would like to make a comment in relationship to your comment to the Board.

Two years ago when this Town Board, not all of the people sitting on this Board, raised the taxes because we were in a desperate situation and that was a very large increase.  Since we have been able to secure surplus funds I think it’s best that we try to keep those surplus funds in a manageable position and if it means not raising taxes I am all for it.  I just would rather not go raising taxes just because everybody else does or because we want to have a larger surplus.  If we have a manageable surplus and it is enough to carry us through any crisis etc. that we may not know what is coming down the road then I think it is important that we return the money to the taxpayers.  That we don’t have to keep it in the bank.”

Councilman Denney – “I would like to add to that because I think the audience is probably a little bit confused mostly because they don’t have the documents that we have.

The difference that the Supervisor referred to was, he had desired to have $545,000 of what we call unexpended balance be utilized to balance the budget in the General Fund, $50,000 from the Town Outside the Village Fund and the Highway $100,000.  What the Board adopted tonight was an increase in the General Fund for $545,000 to $600,000 and the Town Outside the Village Fund we increased it from $50,000 to $125,000 and in the Highway Fund from $100,000 to $200,000 for a total difference of $225,000.

I am not going to respond point by point on this.  The Board met Monday at a public work session, we spent an hour just on this topic and I have to tell you I wasn’t a member of the Town Board two years ago, but as a taxpayer I was offended by what this Town Board did.  I was offended by what they did during the bulk of the 90’s when they didn’t do their job, they failed, and they failed the whole community.  To the Town Board’s credit over the last couple of years they made some difficult decisions to make up for that failure and what they have done to date has gotten to the point that at the end of this year based on the Comptroller’s projections, we worked through this in detail over the course of the last number of days we are going to end this year in just those three funds, General, Town Outside the Village and Highway, so it does not include any of the Water and Sewer Funds, we will end this year with a surplus, which is unexpended balance of almost three million dollars.


The Town has gone from a deficit which is their own fault, to now a surplus of three million dollars.  That is a lot of money.  We are appropriating according to this Preliminary Budget, $925,000 of that to balance the budget.  Now anybody in the audience, some people I recognized their faces they attended some of these work sessions.  We spent a lot of time in the past few weeks having work sessions and everybody heard the Comptroller, the Supervisor, Department Heads the whole Town Board saying that we were acting conservatively when it came to projecting revenue, meaning if we project two million it is likely we are going to get more.  We said that we were budgeting conservatively on expenditures, if we budget two million we are likely to spend less, which means that $925,000 that we made the decision tonight in the Preliminary Budget to use to balance the budget is very likely to have all or part of that put back in by the end of the next year.  Just to give you an example in 2003, which was as you all remember the year you had the privilege of paying 49% more on your town taxes.  The fund equity at the beginning of that year was $138,882 in those three general funds (general, town outside village and highway).  They ended the year with 1.4 million dollars as I just told you we expect we are going to end this year with 3 million dollars.

Supervisor Mosher – “We don’t know that…

Councilman Denney – “I spent quite a bit of time with George.  This is based on numbers that he validated and it’s all available in the monthly financial reports which have those numbers right in there.  At this point it is getting to be less and less a guessing game with two and one half months left in the year, not even.

The question really is how deep do we want to put our hands in the tax payer’s pockets?  I am not overly…$925,000 out of a 3 million dollar surplus is very prudent.  Somebody could make an argument that $800,000 is more prudent.  It all depends on what your political philosophy is.  It is just a difference of opinion, it is not really a right and wrong issue when you are talking about the starting point of almost 3 million dollars.  It is admiral to build up capital reserves for certain things and we are moving in that right direction.  The question is how far do we go in that direction with things like compensated absence liabilites?

One way we addressed compensated absence liabilities earlier this year in our building department we had a retirement that was unexpected and so this board didn’t say “gee good thing we budgeted for that let’s just write her a big check and let’s just hire those people immediately”.  No, instead the board made a decision, they said you know what we are going to take some time, we will appoint somebody, and we will bump them up into that vacancy.  There was another lag of time before the person who ended up filling that vacancy was somebody in a clerical position, we took the time to fill that position and guess what the bulk of that compensated absence liability was covered just through our regular operating and there is no reason why we can’t consider that on our regular operating budget.  There is no reason why we can’t consider that on a case by case basis.  We don’t need to make up the thirty years of the Town not reserving for compensated absence liabilities in one year.  No other municipality does it.  Why do we need to be the ones to do it?  We can address it on a case by case basis.  I think it is prudent to budget some things, some money for that and that is in the designated reserve plan.  There is ample remaining surplus to implement those types of things.

I think what we are doing is prudent.  I will conclude by saying that last year when they were only dealing with a total of $138,000 in General Fund, fund equity they obviously had some projections with what they were going to end the year with, but in the General Fund they appropriated $738,007, we are decreasing it to $600,000.  So the increase from $545,000 to $600,000 is still a decrease compared to last year and we have almost double the fund equity as projected.  We are not acting irresponsibly we’re allowing people to keep more of their money and this governmental entity will have ample funds to perform it’s services and I am not in favor of using scared tactics for two, three years down the road when we have lots of things that this Town Board can and should do to do a better job than the last ten years of Town Boards.  They didn’t do what they could have done to keep taxes under control.  I am not willing to assume the status quo and if that is going to continue this Board doesn’t do business that way.”

Supervisor Mosher – “I am glad to here you say that Jim, and I know Mr. Magee would like to see appropriate fund balance go up to $920,000.

No one, no one believes in keeping the hand in the tax payer’s pocket.  Not you and not me.  It is a difference of opinion about how well I have done for the last three years.  I think I have done very well in the last three years.  I think that we can’t judge on just one year of surplus.  I think that we need to have a second year of surplus.  I don’t think that we should touch that surplus.  I think that we could wait until November 17th.  I want to have a meeting with Daryl Puritan.  Do you want to have a meeting with him now Peter (Councilman Russo)?  I think not.

I want to have a meeting with Daryl Puritan, to get his viewpoint on it because I think your figures are wrong.  You think my figures are wrong.  It is a difference of opinion.”

Councilman Denney – “No it is not.  I am going by our Comptrollers’ figures.”

Supervisor Mosher – “No they are not.”

Councilman Denney – “They most certainly are, I will pull them out right now.  This is entitled September 2004 Monthly Revenue and Expenditure Reports.  I did not prepare it the Comptroller prepared it, 2004 Budget – estimated revenues in the general fund 11.352 million dollars.  Total projected through December 12.277 million dollars.  That is $894,000 difference.  Expenditure report for the Town of Glenville – 12.3 million dollars is the budget for 2004.  Total projected 10.443 million dollars through the end of December.  So, now we are up to 2 million bucks.  I am just going by the information we get from our Comptroller.”

Supervisor Mosher – “But you and I have a difference of opinion on the five funds.  I think that we have a rational.  If you can prove to me by November 17th that we really do have a disparity I will be the first to vote for the $220,000 but it is already in there.  Are you willing to take it out if you are wrong?”

Councilman Denney – “I am not wrong.  I am just going by the audited financials from our auditor who is sitting there and our monthly report from our Comptroller.”

Councilman Quinn – “We will have ample opportunity to respectfully rectify some of these differences.  I think it is time we adjourn tonight.”

Motion to adjourn was moved by Councilman Quinn and Seconded by Councilman Denney.

The Town of Glenville Town Board Meeting was adjourned at 8:40 PM.




ATTEST:



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Linda C. Neals
Town Clerk