Town of Glenville
18 Glenridge Road, Glenville, NY 12302
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Town Board Meeting Minutes 3/7/2007
REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN BOARD
TOWN OF GLENVILLE
MARCH 7, 2007
AT THE GLENVILLE MUNICIPAL CENTER
18 GLENRIDGE ROAD, GLENVILLE, NEW YORK


Present:        Supervisor Frank X. Quinn, Councilmen, Robert E. Bailey, Mark A. Quinn, Edward F. Rosenberg and Councilwoman Valerie M. DiGiandomenico

Absent: None

                Supervisor Quinn called the meeting to order at 7:30 PM.  Councilman Bailey gave the Invocation and led us in the Pledge of Allegiance.

                Supervisor Quinn asked the Town Clerk, Linda C. Neals, to call the roll.  Everyone was present and accounted for.

Town Council Reports:

                Councilman Quinn – “I met with the Park Planning Committee last week and at our next work session on the 14th Jamie MacFarland and perhaps a few members from the Committee will be doing a final presentation of the Park Master Plan including some of the fiscal imperatives and some of the features and benefits of the various improvement projects.”

                Supervisor Quinn – “Item No. 5 is a public hearing on the proposed Annual Plan for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program for 2007.”

                Joseph Mastrianni gave a brief presentation of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program.  He explained that the plan was the same as last year, no changes.  Mr. Mastrianni handed out copies of the plans status report.

                Supervisor Quinn opened the public hearing at 7:55 pm.

                No one wished to speak; Supervisor Quinn closed the public hearing at 7:57 pm.

                Supervisor Quinn – “Item No. 6 is a public hearing on the proposed zoning application amendment by Robert Mortensen for a 2.8-acre parcel on Amsterdam Road.”

                Supervisor Quinn opened the public hearing at 7:58 pm.

                Robert Mortensen – “We are asking for a zone change from “Professional/Residential” to “Multi-Family Residential” so we can put up two (2) eight (8) unit apartment buildings.  They will face the park and not the road.  We are going to put garages up and the back of the garage will look more like a house than a garage which will face the road.  There will be landscaping; trees and shrubs.

                We need a zone change in order to do this.”

                Neil Turner – “I have to say I saw a more detailed presentation at the Planning and Zoning hearing and I am a fairly near neighbor of this project.  I’d like to say that I think it is a good project and I strongly support it.  I am glad to see something going in like that down there.”

                Ashley Dobbs – “I am a senior at S-G High School.  I am here tonight for my Participation in Government Class.  I was just wondering where is this located on Amsterdam Road?”

                Supervisor Quinn explained that it was located on the Western end of Maalywck Park, up on the top where Route 5 is just off the set back.

                Yvonne Matthews – “I too join Neil Turner and support this project.  I just had a couple of questions regarding a septic.  Is that going to be hooked up to the lines at the Industrial Park?  I would have like to seen some more trees.

                As residents there we have a beautiful home on the river and we love it.  We really are appreciative of the fact that there is something better going in there.”

                Suzanne, Henry Plants daughter – “I am standing in for him tonight.  We too are very happy about the project but I would like to make a remark concerning the landscaping.  We feel that we are situated right in the limit where we are leaving the city and beginning to enter what was once a wooded area which is not any longer.  You can really feel that as you are leaving the city limits and then you are moving toward something that was a wooded area.  We were hoping that the landscaping in fact would try to take into consideration more of a natural feeling and you wouldn’t have something like totally landscaped in fact like a landscape of a housing development that would lean towards a little bit more natural.  We were thinking about the idea of is the landscaping going to take into consideration of some trees that are natural to that area and not to be bringing in something that was completely different or doesn’t blend with the original forest and types of bushes.”

                Councilman Quinn – “This did come up in the Park Planning Committee meeting as well and there was general consensus that it’s a refreshing project in that location and that you have already gone a great distance in terms of configuring your garages in such way to provide that buffer.  It sounds like you are moving in the direction of additional landscaping in that regard given its adjacent location of the park.  I commend you for that.  I assume that is consistent with what you have presented.

                Mr. Mortensen – “One set of drawings are over at Kulak’s nursery now.  Along the front they are talking of evergreens and then also the State requires a two and one half inch tree every thirty feet.  I am not exactly sure what trees have been chosen but it will be a mixture of evergreens and smaller trees.  Semi-dwarf fruit trees will be placed down the sides and smaller shrubs next to the buildings and in front of the garages.”

                No one else wished to speak; Supervisor Quinn closed the public hearing at 8:06 pm.

                The following people exercised the Privilege of the Floor:

                Yvonne Matthews – “I just wanted to ask if we could get a little bit more traffic control on Amsterdam Road.  I was rear ended last year as I turned into the right of my drive-way and the driver behind me hit me on the right as I was turning in.  I was injured and my car was pretty much totaled.

                I know the Glenville police are always on Route 5 but I have seen them come down Route 5 and then take Vley Road or come into Town and take Maalywck Park.  Now that we have a beautiful banquet hall down there we have many parties, we have a lot of traffic and occasionally they have been drinking.  We really do need to have a bit more traffic control out there, especially early in the morning and late at night.

                Also there is debris that is garbage underneath the railroad trestle that has been there for probably five (5) months.  Someone has been dumping along there and it looks atrocious.”

                Neil Turner – “I was at the working meeting for the Planning and Zoning the other night and a discussion came up concerning a proposed Hess Gas Station on the corner of Dutch Meadows Road and Freemans Bridge Road.  I am not really here to comment about that but the thing that was interesting was the members of the committee spent roughly a half-hour talking about whether Freemans Bridge Master Plan or the Zoning Plan was what they should be using as a criterion for this.  In the end there never was any resolution and clearly from the discussion I could understand why because there is a contradiction there.  It is not fair for us to let applicants to the community wander around trying to figure out what is going on.  I guess my comment is it would really be a boom to the community if we could get the Freemans Bridge Master Plan straighten out and passed and enforce the zoning laws representing that.”

Supervisor’s Comments:

                Supervisor Quinn shared the following information:

                March 1st I met with the Schenectady County Inter-government Council.  This is the council made up of the town supervisors, county manager, and a representative from the city and two county elected officials.  We are talking primarily about what are our opportunities for shared services.  One of the things that came through was a grant that the county had applied for for central dispatch.  They finally got the money to do the study that we all know needs to be done and so there should be some movement now; more formalized movement in that.

                We also talk about other ways of sharing things between the localities and the county.  The last meeting was about emergency services and this was about additional services.

                On the 3rd of March Councilman Bailey and I went to a meeting of the League of Women Voters.  They had a reception over at the Gazette building and it was just an orientation, there was no formal agenda.

                On the 5th of March Councilwoman DiGiandomenico and I met with NY Developers who have a proposed project in the back of our building where they want to put in several hundred units of housing as well as some small businesses and so forth (Patriots Square).  What we were discussing was there is a current road block on the proposed road that would run out here along side of this building and connect down on Rudy Chase Drive.  That fits the County Master Plan that fits the Airports Master Plan and that is okay with our Master Plan but the FAA has to give the final blessing and approval.  The FAA has not done that, they have not taken any action as far as anybody can tell.  They were here to say we want to get involved in a plan B in case this thing sits forever and this is a proposed one hundred million dollar project.  Obviously developers with that kind of interest want to see action before they loose the market or something like that.

                They were bouncing around alternative ideas and is it possible that the road can continue but not come out on Rudy Chase Drive.  Suppose it came out on Wilson Drive or some other place so they have been talking to people down in that area around Wilson Drive about what’s the opportunities if they should desire to do it to purchase properties and maybe have the road come out there instead of where it is potentially set up now.

                We both said take it to our Planning and Zoning and the other people about the concept and see if there is anything.  We could not speak for the whole town board but there didn’t seem to be a whole lot of problem as long as they as a business can do business with the people in and around the Wilson Road area.”

                Councilman Bailey – “Does the FAA acknowledge that it is on there plate?”

                Supervisor Quinn – “Yes and Metroplex has been dealing with them and County Legislatures have been dealing with them.  I have a meeting on Monday morning with Congressman McNulty and I will bring it up with him and see if we can’t get some decision out of the FAA so they can make a move one way or another.

                On the 6th there was a meeting with the owner of Greno Industries on Route 5.  They are looking to expand their properties.  They are looking for storage space and facilities.  They want to take the things that they currently store in the Amsterdam area and bring it in here closer.  They were interested in what is going on and what do we know of some alternatives for them to construct a facility.  They were reminded that they now have an exception and they are grandfathered in because they are sitting in Zone 2 of the Aquifer recharge area.  They are looking for other options.  We informed them since the Burgess property has now become part and parcel of the development area, it has been settled, the County has it and some other property sites that they looked at they will go in pursue now with Metroplex.  They also talked with some property owners in the area and they are looking to do this and they just wanted to know where the Town was and did we have any insights or information that would help them in their pursuit.

                This morning I participated in a meeting of the Schenectady Military Action Committee.  It relates to primarily the airfield next door, not the Counties piece of the property but the 109th’s piece of the property.  The discussion basically was around the base closing surveys, what other kinds of things are they planning to do so that the members not only in our Town but the surrounding community know and understand their commission, their services and the contributions they make to the community.  There will be a series of events coming up that the Military Action Committee will be sponsoring but it is about getting people better informed about the air base and what is going on with their portion of the base.

                Tomorrow morning we have a meeting here with a company that in the past provided a utility audit about all of our utilities.  It was done several years ago and it is a firm that works on contingency so we are going to meet and hear what they have to offer.  Since they work on contingency if they can save us any money, primarily around utilities.

                On Friday the 9th there is a meeting with Metroplex to review and discuss the alternatives for taking over this GSA property that is down in the Industrial Park.  In light of what the DEC findings are regarding the ground contamination on that site.  What is it that we want to look at, consider and pursue?

                On the 12th I am meeting with Congressman McNulty and we will discuss what some of the opportunities are for federal financing assistance regarding the Alplaus Sewer Project.  What is going on with the FAA and other items of mutual interest?

                On the 14th there is a meeting with the City staff that I attend.  It has to do with the Empire Zone, we are a part, like the City, of the Empire Zone and they have got some new policies and procedures and some fee structures.  They tell us that they are interested in providing more financial input for their organization.  I am interested in finding out what’s the return on investment for what we have invested already yet alone you’re looking for more money.  They sent us a bill and said oh the money is approximately double to what it was last year and I sent them back the same check that we sent last year and said no we didn’t discuss this and until we do and until we come to an agreement this is what you get for this year.

                On the 20th I will be participating in the typical meeting of the Local Government Council this is about the Center for Economic Development, the nine county study group.  The interest here is what is the infrastructure impacts of the proposed economic development activities going on in the nine county area.  One of the other things that has happened is the State now with the State Government in place has created upstate/downstate economic development thing that I have mentioned about so we are trying to find out what does all of that mean to us in the sense of we’re on the eastern boundary of that and what are the opportunities for us, as well as any potential issues, problems things we have to deal with if we want to access state money on economic development.

                Just for your interest in 2006 I answered 506 phone calls and/or referred them to the right department.”

Discussion…

                Councilman Rosenberg – “This is bringing our Town Building Code into line with the State Building Code.”

                Councilman Bailey – “This covers getting permits, what are permits required for, when are inspections required…the kinds of things that sometimes frustrates people if they are not aware of it going into a home improvement project.

                They would be well advised to read through this first, it is easy to deal with if you know about it when you start your project.”


RESOLUTION NO. 76-2007

Moved by:       Councilman Rosenberg
Seconded by:    Councilman Bailey

                WHEREAS, this Local Law No. 2 of 2007 has been introduced; and

                WHEREAS, public hearing has been duly held thereon,

                NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board of the Town of Glenville adopt Local Law No. 2 of 2007, a Local Law to amend the Code of the Town of Glenville, Chapter 101, “Building Construction and Fire Prevention” by deleting the present Chapter 101 and replace it with the following:

Chapter 101

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND FIRE PREVENTION

101-1. PURPOSE AND INTENT

           This local law provides for the administration and enforcement of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code (the Uniform Code) and the State Energy Conservation Construction Code (the Energy Code) in this Town. This local law is adopted pursuant to section 10 of the Municipal Home Rule Law. Except as otherwise provided in the Uniform Code, other state law, or other section of this local law, all buildings, structures, and premises, regardless of use or occupancy, are subject to the provisions this local law.

101-2. DEFINITIONS

In this local law:

“Building Permit” shall mean a permit issued pursuant to section 4 of this local law. The term “Building Permit” shall also include a Building Permit which is renewed, amended or extended pursuant to any provision of this local law.

“Certificate of Occupancy” / “Certificate of Compliance” shall mean a certificate issued pursuant to subdivision (b) of section 7 of this local law.

“Code Enforcement Officer” shall mean the Code Enforcement Officer appointed pursuant to subdivision (b) of section 3 of this local law.

“Code Enforcement Personnel” shall include the Code Enforcement Officer and all Inspectors.

“Compliance Order” shall mean an order issued by the Code Enforcement Officer pursuant to subdivision (a) of section 15 of this local law.

“Energy Code” shall mean the State Energy Conservation Construction Code, as currently in effect and as hereafter amended from time to time.

“Inspector” shall mean an inspector appointed pursuant to subdivision (d) of section 3 of this local law.

“Operating Permit” shall mean a permit issued pursuant to section 10 of this local law. The term “Operating Permit” shall also include an Operating Permit which is renewed, amended or extended pursuant to any provision of this local law.

“Permit Holder” shall mean the Person to whom a Building Permit has been issued.

“Person” shall include an individual, corporation, limited liability company, partnership, limited partnership, business trust, estate, trust, association, or any other legal or commercial entity of any kind or description.

“Stop Work Order” shall mean an order issued pursuant to section 6 of this local law.

“Temporary Certificate” shall mean a certificate issued pursuant to subdivision (d) of section 7 of this local law.

“Town” shall mean the Town of Glenville.

“Uniform Code” shall mean the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code, as currently in effect and as hereafter amended from time to time.

101-3. CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER AND INSPECTORS

           (a) The office of Code Enforcement Officer is hereby created. The Code Enforcement Officer shall administer and enforce all the provisions of the Uniform Code, the Energy Code and this local law. The Code Enforcement Officer shall have the following powers and duties:


                       (1) to receive, review, and approve or disapprove applications for Building Permits, Zoning Permits, Sign permits, Certificates of Occupancy / Certificates of Compliance, Temporary Certificates and Operating Permits, and the plans, specifications and construction documents submitted with such applications;

                        (2) upon approval of such applications, to issue Building Permits, Zoning Permits, Sign Permits, Certificates of Occupancy / Certificates of Compliance, Temporary Certificates and Operating Permits, and to include in Building Permits, Certificates of Occupancy / Certificates of Compliance, Temporary
Certificates and Operating Permits such terms and conditions as the Code Enforcement Officer may determine to be appropriate;

                       (3) to conduct construction inspections, inspections to be made prior to the issuance of Certificates of Occupancy / Certificates of Compliance, Temporary Certificates and Operating Permits, fire safety and property maintenance inspections, inspections incidental to the investigation of complaints, and all other inspections required or permitted under any provision of this local law;

                       (4) to issue Stop Work Orders;

                       (5) to review and investigate complaints;

                       (6) to issue orders pursuant to subdivision (a) of section 15 (Violations) of this local law;

                       (7) to maintain records;

                       (8) to collect fees as set by the Town Board of this Town;

                       (9) to pursue administrative enforcement actions and proceedings;

                       (10) in consultation with this Town’s attorney, to pursue such legal actions and proceedings as may be necessary to enforce the Uniform Code, the Energy Code and this local law, or to abate or correct conditions not in compliance with the Uniform Code, the Energy Code or this local law; and

                        (11) to exercise all other powers and fulfill all other duties conferred upon the Code Enforcement Officer by this local law.

           (b) The Code Enforcement Officer shall be appointed by the Town Board. The Code Enforcement Officer shall possess background experience related to building construction or fire prevention and shall, within the time prescribed by law, obtain such basic training, in-service training, advanced in-service training and other training as the State of New York shall require for code enforcement personnel, and the Code Enforcement Officer shall obtain certification from the State Fire Administrator pursuant to the Executive Law and the regulations promulgated there under.

           (c) In the event that the Code Enforcement Officer is unable to serve as such for any reason, an individual shall be appointed by the Town Board serve as Acting Code Enforcement Officer. The Acting Code Enforcement Officer shall, during the term of his or her appointment, exercise all powers and fulfill all duties conferred upon the Code Enforcement Officer by this local law.

            (d) One or more Inspectors may be appointed by the Town Board to act under the supervision and direction of the Code Enforcement Officer and to assist the Code Enforcement Officer in the exercise of the powers and fulfillment of the duties conferred upon the Code Enforcement Officer by this local law. Each Inspector shall, within the time prescribed by law, obtain such basic training, in-service training, advanced in-service training and other training as the State of New York shall require for code enforcement personnel, and each Inspector shall obtain certification from the State Fire Administrator pursuant to the Executive Law and the regulations promulgated there under.

           (e) The compensation for the Code Enforcement Officer and Inspectors shall be fixed from time to time by the Town Board of this Town.

101-4. BUILDING PERMITS.

           (a) Building Permits Required. Except as otherwise provided in subdivision (b) of this section, a Building Permit shall be required for any work which must conform to the Uniform Code and/or the Energy Code, including, but not limited to, the construction, enlargement, alteration, improvement, removal, relocation or demolition of any building or structure or any portion thereof, and the installation of a solid fuel burning heating appliance, chimney or flue in any dwelling unit. No Person shall commence any work for which a Building Permit is required without first having obtained a Building Permit from the Code Enforcement Officer.

           (b) Exemptions. No Building Permit shall be required for work in any of the following categories:

                       (1) installation of swings and other playground equipment associated with a one- or two-family dwelling or multiple single-family dwellings (townhouses);

                       (2) installation of swimming pools associated with a one- or two-family dwelling or multiple single-family dwellings (townhouses) where such pools are designed for a water depth of less than 24 inches and are installed entirely above ground;

                       (3) construction of retaining walls unless such walls support a surcharge or impound Class I, II or IIIA liquids;

                        (4) construction of temporary motion picture, television and theater stage sets and scenery;

                       (5) installation of window awnings supported by an exterior wall of a one- or two-family dwelling or multiple single-family dwellings (townhouses);

                       (6) installation of partitions or movable cases less than 5'-9" in height;

                       (7) painting, wallpapering, tiling, carpeting, or other similar finish work;

                       (8) installation of listed portable electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilation or cooling equipment or appliances;

                       (9) replacement of any equipment provided the replacement does not alter the equipment’s listing or render it inconsistent with the equipment’s original specifications; or

                       (10) repairs, provided that such repairs do not involve (i) the removal or cutting away of a load bearing wall, partition, or portion thereof, or of any structural beam or load bearing component; (ii) the removal or change of any required means of egress, or the rearrangement of parts of a structure in a manner which affects egress; (iii) the enlargement, alteration, replacement or relocation of any building system; or (iv) the removal from service of all or part of a fire protection system for any period of time.

           (c) Exemption not deemed authorization to perform non-compliant work. The exemption from the requirement to obtain a building permit for work in any category set forth in subdivision (b) of this section shall not be deemed an authorization for work to be performed in violation of the Uniform Code or the Energy Code.

           (d) Applications for Building Permits. Applications for a Building Permit shall be made in writing on a form provided by or otherwise acceptable to the Code Enforcement Officer. The application shall be signed by the owner of the property where the work is to be performed or an authorized agent of the owner. The application shall include such information as the Code Enforcement Officer deems sufficient to permit a determination by the Code Enforcement Officer that the intended work complies with all applicable requirements of the Uniform Code and the Energy Code. The application shall include or be accompanied by the following information and documentation:

                       (1) a description of the proposed work;

                       (2) the tax map number and the street address of the premises where the work is to be performed;

                       (3) the occupancy classification of any affected building or structure;

                       (4) where applicable, a statement of special inspections prepared in accordance with the provisions of the Uniform Code; and

                       (5) at least 2 sets of construction documents (drawings and/or specifications) which (i) define the scope of the proposed work; (ii) are prepared by a New York State registered architect or licensed professional engineer where so required by the Education Law; (iii) indicate with sufficient clarity and detail the nature and extent of the work proposed; (iv) substantiate that the proposed work will comply with the Uniform Code and the Energy Code; and (v) where applicable, include a site plan that shows any existing and proposed buildings and structures on the site, the location of any existing or proposed well or septic system, the location of the intended work, and the distances between the buildings and structures and the lot lines.

           (e) Construction documents. Construction documents will not be accepted as part of an application for a Building Permit unless they satisfy the requirements set forth in paragraph (5) of subdivision (d) of this section. Construction documents which are accepted as part of the application for a Building Permit shall be marked as accepted by the Code Enforcement Officer in writing or by stamp. One set of the accepted construction documents shall be retained by the Code Enforcement Officer, and one set of the accepted construction documents shall be returned to the applicant to be kept at the work site so as to be available for use by the Code Enforcement Personnel. However, the return of a set of accepted construction documents to the applicant shall not be construed as authorization to commence work, nor as an indication that a Building Permit will be issued. Work shall not be commenced until and unless a Building Permit is issued.

            (f) Issuance of Building Permits. An application for a Building Permit shall be examined to ascertain whether the proposed work is in compliance with the applicable requirements of the Uniform Code and Energy Code. The Code Enforcement Officer shall issue a Building Permit if the proposed work is in compliance with the applicable requirements of the Uniform Code and Energy Code.

            (g) Building Permits to be displayed. Building permits shall be visibly displayed at the work site and shall remain visible until the authorized work has been completed.

            (h) Work to be in accordance with construction documents. All work shall be performed in accordance with the construction documents which were submitted with and accepted as part of the application for the Building Permit. The Building Permit shall contain such a directive. The Permit Holder shall immediately notify the Code Enforcement Officer of any change occurring during the course of the work. The Building Permit shall contain such a directive. If the Code Enforcement Officer determines that such change warrants a new or amended Building Permit, such change shall not be made until and unless a new or amended Building Permit reflecting such change is issued.

            (i) Time limits. Building Permits shall become invalid unless the authorized work is commenced within [ 6 ] months following the date of issuance. Building Permits shall expire [12 ] months after the date of issuance. A Building Permit which has become invalid or which has expired pursuant to this subdivision may be renewed upon application by the Permit Holder, payment of the applicable fee, and approval of the application by the Code Enforcement Officer.

           (j) Revocation or suspension of Building Permits. If the Code Enforcement Officer determines that a Building Permit was issued in error because of incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete information, or that the work for which a Building Permit was issued violates the Uniform Code or the Energy Code, the Code Enforcement Officer shall revoke the Building Permit or suspend the Building Permit until such time as the Permit Holder demonstrates that (1) all work then completed is in compliance with all applicable provisions of the Uniform Code and the Energy Code and (2) all work then proposed to be performed shall be in compliance with all applicable provisions of the Uniform Code and the Energy Code.

           (k) Fee. The fee specified in or determined in accordance with the provisions set forth in section 16 (Fees) of this local law must be paid at the time of submission of an application for a Building Permit, for an amended Building Permit, or for renewal of a Building Permit.

101-5. CONSTRUCTION INSPECTIONS.

            (a) Work to remain accessible and exposed. Work shall remain accessible and exposed until inspected and accepted by the Code Enforcement Officer or by an Inspector authorized by the Code Enforcement Officer. The Permit Holder shall notify the Code Enforcement Officer when any element of work described in subdivision (b) of this section is ready for inspection.

           (b) Elements of work to be inspected. The following elements of the construction process shall be inspected made, where applicable:

                       (1) work site prior to the issuance of a Building Permit;

                       (2) footing and foundation;

                       (3) preparation for concrete slab;

                       (4) framing;

                       (5) building systems, including underground and rough-in;

                       (6) fire resistant construction;

                       (7) fire resistant penetrations;

                       (8) solid fuel burning heating appliances, chimneys, flues or gas vents;

                       (9) Energy Code compliance; and

                       (10) a final inspection after all work authorized by the Building Permit has been completed.

           (c) Inspection results. After inspection, the work or a portion thereof shall be noted as satisfactory as completed, or the Permit Holder shall be notified as to where the work fails to comply with the Uniform Code or Energy Code. Work not in compliance with any applicable provision of the Uniform Code or Energy Code shall remain exposed until such work shall have been brought into compliance with all applicable provisions of the Uniform Code and the Energy Code, re-inspected, and found satisfactory as completed.

           (d) Fee. The fee specified in or determined in accordance with the provisions set forth in section 16 (Fees) of this local law must be paid prior to or at the time of each inspection performed pursuant to this section.

101-6. STOP WORK ORDERS.

           (a) Authority to issue. The Code Enforcement Officer is authorized to issue Stop Work Orders pursuant to this section. The Code Enforcement Officer shall issue a Stop Work Order to halt:

                       (1) any work that is determined by the Code Enforcement Officer to be contrary to any applicable provision of the Uniform Code or Energy Code, without regard to whether such work is or is not work for which a Building Permit is required, and without regard to whether a Building Permit has or has not been issued for such work, or

                        (2) any work that is being conducted in a dangerous or unsafe manner in the opinion of the Code Enforcement Officer, without regard to whether such work is or is not work for which a Building Permit is required, and without regard to whether a Building Permit has or has not been issued for such work, or

                        (3) any work for which a Building Permit is required which is being performed without the required Building Permit, or under a Building Permit that has become invalid, has expired, or has been suspended or revoked.

            (b) Content of Stop Work Orders. Stop Work Orders shall (1) be in writing, (2) be dated and signed by the Code Enforcement Officer, (3) state the reason or reasons for issuance, and (4) if applicable, state the conditions which must be satisfied before work will be permitted to resume.

            (c) Service of Stop Work Orders. The Code Enforcement Officer shall cause the Stop Work Order, or a copy thereof, to be served on the owner of the affected property (and, if the owner is not the Permit Holder, on the Permit Holder) personally or by registered or certified mail. The Code Enforcement Officer shall be permitted, but not required, to cause the Stop Work Order, or a copy thereof, to be served on any builder, architect, tenant, contractor, subcontractor, construction superintendent, or their agents, or any other Person taking part or assisting in work affected by the Stop Work Order, personally or by registered or certified mail; provided, however, that failure to serve any Person mentioned in this sentence shall not affect the efficacy of the Stop Work Order.

           (d) Effect of Stop Work Order. Upon the issuance of a Stop Work Order, the owner of the affected property, the Permit Holder and any other Person performing, taking part in or assisting in the work shall immediately cease all work which is the subject of the Stop Work Order.

           (e) Remedy not exclusive. The issuance of a Stop Work Order shall not be the exclusive remedy available to address any event described in subdivision (a) of this section, and the authority to issue a Stop Work Order shall be in addition to, and not in substitution for or limitation of, the right and authority to pursue any other remedy or impose any other penalty under section 15 (Violations) of this local law or under any other applicable local law or State law. Any such other remedy or penalty may be pursued at any time, whether prior to, at the time of, or after the issuance of a Stop Work Order.

101-7. CERTIFICATES OF OCCUPANCY / CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE

            (a) Certificates of Occupancy / Certificates of Compliance required. A Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance shall be required for any work which is the subject of a Building Permit and for all structures, buildings, or portions thereof, which are converted from one use or occupancy classification or sub-classification to another. Permission to use or occupy a building or structure, or portion thereof, for which a Building Permit was previously issued shall be granted only by issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance.

           (b) Issuance of Certificates of Occupancy / Certificates of Compliance. The Code Enforcement Officer shall issue a Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance if the work which was the subject of the
Building Permit was completed in accordance with all applicable provisions of the Uniform Code and Energy Code and, if applicable, that the structure, building or portion thereof that was converted from one use or occupancy classification or sub-classification to another complies with all applicable provisions of the Uniform Code and Energy Code. The Code Enforcement Officer or an Inspector authorized by the Code Enforcement Officer shall inspect the building, structure or work prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance. In addition, where applicable, the following documents, prepared in accordance with the provisions of the Uniform Code by such person or persons as may be designated by or otherwise acceptable to the Code Enforcement Officer, at the expense of the applicant for the Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance, shall be provided to the Code Enforcement Officer prior to the issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance:

                       (1) a written statement of structural observations and/or a final report of special inspections, and

                       (2) flood hazard certifications.

            (c) Contents of Certificates of Occupancy / Certificates of Compliance. A Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance shall contain the following information:

                       (1) the Building Permit number, if any;

                       (2) the date of issuance of the Building Permit, if any;

                       (3) the name, address and tax map number of the property;

                       (4) if the Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance is not applicable to an entire structure, a description of that portion of the structure for which the Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance is issued;

                       (5) the use and occupancy classification of the structure;

                       (6) the type of construction of the structure;

                       (7) the assembly occupant load of the structure, if any;

                       (8) if an automatic sprinkler system is provided, a notation as to whether the sprinkler system is required;

                       (9) any special conditions imposed in connection with the issuance of the Building Permit; and

                       (10) the signature of the Code Enforcement Officer issuing the Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance and the date of issuance.

           (d) Temporary Certificate. The Code Enforcement Officer shall be permitted to issue a Temporary Certificate allowing the temporary occupancy of a building or structure, or a portion thereof, prior to completion of the work which is the subject of a Building Permit. However, in no event shall the Code Enforcement Officer issue a Temporary Certificate unless the Code Enforcement Officer determines (1) that the building or structure, or the portion thereof covered by the Temporary Certificate, may be occupied safely, (2) that any fire- and smoke-detecting or fire protection equipment which has been installed is operational, and (3) that all required means of egress from the building or structure have been provided. The Code Enforcement Officer may include in a Temporary Certificate such terms and conditions as he or she deems necessary or appropriate to ensure safety or to further the purposes and intent of the Uniform Code. A Temporary Certificate shall be effective for a period of time, not to exceed [6] months, which shall be determined by the Code Enforcement Officer and specified in the Temporary Certificate. During the specified period of effectiveness of the Temporary Certificate, the Permit Holder shall undertake to bring the building or structure into full compliance with all applicable provisions of the Uniform Code and the Energy Code.

           (e) Revocation or suspension of certificates. If the Code Enforcement Officer determines that a Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance or a Temporary Certificate was issued in error because of incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete information, and if the relevant deficiencies are not corrected to the satisfaction of the Code Enforcement Officer within such period of time as shall be specified by the Code Enforcement Officer, the Code Enforcement Officer shall revoke or suspend such certificate.
           (f) Fee. The fee specified in or determined in accordance with the provisions set forth in section 16 (Fees) of this local law must be paid at the time of submission of an application for a Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance or for Temporary Certificate.

101-8. NOTIFICATION REGARDING FIRE OR EXPLOSION

            The chief of any fire department providing fire fighting services
for a property within this Town shall promptly notify the
Code Enforcement Officer of any fire or explosion involving any structural
damage, fuel burning appliance, chimney or gas vent.

101-9. UNSAFE BUILDING AND STRUCTURES
            Unsafe structures and equipment in this Town shall be identified and addressed in accordance with the procedures established by Local Law as now in effect or as hereafter amended from time to time.

101-10. OPERATING PERMITS

           (a) Operation Permits required. Operating Permits shall be required for conducting the activities or using the categories of buildings listed below:

                       (1) manufacturing, storing or handling hazardous materials in quantities exceeding those listed in Tables 2703.1.1(1), 2703.1.1(2), 2703.1.1(3) or 2703.1.1(4) in the publication entitled “Fire Code of New York State” and incorporated by reference in 19 NYCRR section 1225.1;

                       (2) hazardous processes and activities, including but not limited to, commercial and industrial operations which produce combustible dust as a byproduct, fruit and crop ripening, and waste handling;

                       (3) use of pyrotechnic devices in assembly occupancies;

                       (4) buildings containing one or more areas of public assembly with an occupant load of 100 persons or more; and

                        (5) buildings whose use or occupancy classification may pose a substantial potential hazard to public safety, as determined by resolution adopted by the Town Board of this Town.

Any person who proposes to undertake any activity or to operate any type of building listed in this subdivision (a) shall be required to obtain an Operating Permit prior to commencing such activity or operation.

           (b) Applications for Operating Permits. An application for an Operating Permit shall be in writing on a form provided by or otherwise acceptable to the Code Enforcement Officer. Such application shall include such information as the Code Enforcement Officer deems sufficient to permit a determination by the Code Enforcement Officer that quantities, materials, and activities conform to the requirements of the Uniform Code. If the Code Enforcement Officer determines that tests or reports are necessary to verify conformance, such tests or reports shall be performed or provided by such person or persons as may be designated by or otherwise acceptable to the Code Enforcement Officer, at the expense of the applicant.

           (c) Inspections. The Code Enforcement Officer or an Inspector authorized by the Code Enforcement Officer shall inspect the subject premises prior to the issuance of an Operating Permit.

           (d) Multiple Activities. In any circumstance in which more than one activity listed in subdivision (a) of this section is to be conducted at a location, the Code Enforcement Officer may require a separate Operating Permit for each such activity, or the Code Enforcement Officer may, in his or her discretion, issue a single Operating Permit to apply to all such activities.

           (e) Duration of Operating Permits. Operating Permits shall remain in effect until reissued, renewed, revoked, or suspended.

           (f) Revocation or suspension of Operating Permits. If the Code Enforcement Officer determines that any activity or building for which an Operating Permit was issued does not comply with any applicable provision of the Uniform Code, such Operating Permit shall be revoked or suspended.

           (g) Fee. The fee specified in or determined in accordance with the provisions set forth in section 16 (Fees) of this local law must be paid at the time submission of an application for an Operating Permit, for an amended Operating Permit, or for reissue or renewal of an Operating Permit.

101-11. FIRE SAFETY AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS

           (a) Inspections required. Fire safety and property maintenance inspections of buildings and structures shall be performed by the Code Enforcement Officer or an Inspector designated by the Code Enforcement Officer at the following intervals:

                       (1) Fire safety and property maintenance inspections of buildings or structures which contain an area of public assembly shall be performed at least once every twelve (12) months.

                       (2) Fire safety and property maintenance inspections of buildings or structures being occupied as dormitories shall be performed at least once every twelve (12) months.

                       (3) Fire safety and property maintenance inspections of all multiple dwellings not included in paragraphs (1) or (2) of this subdivision, and all non-residential buildings, structures, uses and occupancies not included in paragraphs (1) or (2) of this subdivision, shall be performed at least once every thirty-six (36) months].

           (b) Inspections permitted. In addition to the inspections required by subdivision (a) of this section, a fire safety and property maintenance inspection of any building, structure, use, or occupancy, or of any dwelling unit, may also be performed by the Code Enforcement Officer or an Inspector designated by the Code Enforcement Officer at any time upon:

                       (1) the request of the owner of the property to be inspected or an authorized agent of such owner;

                       (2) receipt by the Code Enforcement Officer of a written statement alleging that conditions or activities failing to comply with the Uniform Code or Energy Code exist; or

                       (3) receipt by the Code Enforcement Officer of any other information, reasonably believed by the Code Enforcement Officer to be reliable, giving rise to reasonable cause to believe that conditions or activities failing to comply with the Uniform Code or Energy Code exist; provided, however, that nothing in this subdivision shall be construed as permitting an inspection under any circumstances under which a court order or warrant permitting such inspection is required, unless such court order or warrant shall have been obtained.

101-12. COMPLAINTS

           The Code Enforcement Officer shall review and investigate complaints which allege or assert the existence of conditions or activities that fail to comply with the Uniform Code, the Energy Code, this local law, or any other local law or regulation adopted for administration and enforcement of the Uniform Code or the Energy Code. The process for responding to a complaint shall include such of the following steps as the Code Enforcement Officer may deem to be appropriate:

           (a) performing an inspection of the conditions and/or activities alleged to be in violation, and documenting the results of such inspection;

           (b) if a violation is found to exist, providing the owner of the affected property and any other Person who may be responsible for the violation with notice of the violation and opportunity to abate, correct or cure the violation, or otherwise proceeding in the manner described in section 15 (Violations) of this local law;

           (c) if appropriate, issuing a Stop Work Order;

           (d) if a violation which was found to exist is abated or corrected, performing an inspection to ensure that the violation has been abated or corrected, preparing a final written report reflecting such abatement or correction, and filing such report with the complaint.

101-13. RECORD KEEPING

           (a) The Code Enforcement Officer shall keep permanent official records of all transactions and activities conducted by all Code Enforcement Personnel, including records of:

                       (1) all applications received, reviewed and approved or denied;

                        (2) all plans, specifications and construction documents approved;

                        (3) all Building Permits, Certificates of Occupancy / Certificates of Compliance, Temporary Certificates, Stop Work Orders, and Operating Permits issued;

                        (4) all inspections and tests performed;

                        (5) all statements and reports issued;

                        (6) all complaints received;

                        (7) all investigations conducted;

                       (8) all other features and activities specified in or contemplated by sections 4 through 12, inclusive, of this local law, including; and

                        (9) all fees charged and collected.

           (b) All such records shall be public records open for public inspection during normal business hours. All plans and records pertaining to buildings or structures, or appurtenances thereto, shall be retained for at least the minimum time period so required by State law and regulation.

101-14. PROGRAM REVIEW AND REPORTING

           (a) The Code Enforcement Officer shall annually submit to the Town Board of this Town a written report and summary of all business conducted by the Code Enforcement Officer and the Inspectors, including a report and summary of all transactions and activities described in section 13 (Record Keeping) of this local law and a report and summary of all appeals or litigation pending or concluded.

           (b) The Code Enforcement Officer shall annually submit to the Secretary of State, on behalf of this Town on a form prescribed by the Secretary of State, a report of the activities of this Town relative to administration and enforcement of the Uniform Code.

           (c) The Code Enforcement Officer shall, upon request of the New York State Department of State, provide to the New York State Department of State, from the records and related materials this Town is required to maintain, excerpts, summaries, tabulations, statistics and other information and accounts of the activities of this Town in connection with administration and enforcement of the Uniform Code.

101-15: VIOLATIONS

           (a) Compliance Orders. The Code Enforcement Officer is authorized to order in writing the remedying of any condition or activity found to exist in, on or about any building, structure, or premises in violation of the Uniform Code, the Energy Code, or this local law. Upon finding that any such condition or activity exists, the Code Enforcement Officer shall issue a Compliance Order. The Compliance Order shall (1) be in writing; (2) be dated and signed by the Code Enforcement Officer; (3) specify the condition or activity that violates the Uniform Code, the Energy Code, or this local law; (4) specify the provision or provisions of the Uniform Code, the Energy Code, or this local law which is/are violated by the specified condition or activity; (5) specify the period of time which the Code Enforcement Officer deems to be reasonably necessary for achieving compliance; (6) direct that compliance be achieved within the specified period of time; and (7) state that an action or proceeding to compel compliance may be instituted if compliance is not achieved within the specified period of time. The Code Enforcement Officer shall cause the Compliance Order, or a copy thereof, to be served on the owner of the affected property personally or by registered or certified mail. The Code Enforcement Officer shall be permitted, but not required, to cause the Compliance Order, or a copy thereof, to be served on any builder, architect, tenant, contractor, subcontractor, construction superintendent, or their agents, or any other Person taking part or assisting in work being performed at the affected property personally or by registered or certified mail]; provided, however, that failure to serve any Person mentioned in this sentence shall not affect the efficacy of the Compliance Order.

           (b) Appearance Tickets. The Code Enforcement Officer and each Inspector are authorized to issue appearance tickets for any violation of the Uniform Code.

            (c) Civil Penalties. In addition to those penalties proscribed by State law, any Person who violates any provision of the Uniform Code, the Energy Code or this local law, or any term or condition of any Building Permit, Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance, Temporary Certificate, Stop Work Order, Operating Permit or other notice or order issued by the Code Enforcement Officer pursuant to any provision of this local law, shall be liable to a civil penalty of not more than $200 for each day or part thereof during which such violation continues. The civil penalties provided by this subdivision shall be recoverable in an action instituted in the name of this.

           (d) Injunctive Relief. An action or proceeding may be instituted in the name of this Town, in a court of competent jurisdiction, to prevent, restrain, enjoin, correct, or abate any violation of, or to enforce, any provision of the Uniform Code, the Energy Code, this local law, or any term or condition of any Building Permit, Certificate of Occupancy / Certificate of Compliance, Temporary Certificate, Stop Work Order, Operating Permit, Compliance Order, or other notice or order issued by the Code Enforcement Officer pursuant to any provision of this local law. In particular, but not by way of limitation, where the construction or use of a building or structure is in violation of any provision of the Uniform Code, the Energy Code, this local law, or any Stop Work Order, Compliance Order or other order obtained under the Uniform Code, the Energy Code or this local law, an action or proceeding may be commenced in the name of this Town, in the Supreme Court or in any other court having the requisite jurisdiction, to obtain an order directing the removal of the building or structure or an abatement of the condition in violation of such provisions. No action or proceeding described in this subdivision shall be commenced without the appropriate authorization from the Town Board of this Town.

           (e) Remedies Not Exclusive. No remedy or penalty specified in this section shall be the exclusive remedy or remedy available to address any violation described in this section, and each remedy or penalty specified in this section shall be in addition to, and not in substitution for or limitation of, the other remedies or penalties specified in this section, in section 6 (Stop Work Orders) of this local law, in any other section of this local law, or in any other applicable law. Any remedy or penalty specified in this section may be pursued at any time, whether prior to, simultaneously with, or after the pursuit of any other remedy or penalty specified in this section, in section 6 (Stop Work Orders) of this local law, in any other section of this local law, or in any other applicable law. In particular, but not by way of limitation, each remedy and penalty specified in this section shall be in addition to, and not in substitution for or limitation of, the penalties specified in subdivision (2) of section 382 of the Executive Law, and any remedy or penalty specified in this section may be pursued at any time, whether prior to, simultaneously with, or after the pursuit of any penalty specified in subdivision (2) of section 382 of the Executive Law.

101-16: FEES

           A fee schedule shall be established by resolution of the Town Board of this Town. Such fee schedule may thereafter be amended from time to time by like resolution. The fees set forth in, or determined in accordance with, such fee schedule or amended fee schedule shall be charged and collected for the submission of applications, the issuance of Building Permits, amended Building Permits, renewed Building Permits, Certificates of occupancy / Certificates of Compliance, Temporary Certificates, Operating Permits, fire safety and property maintenance inspections, and other actions of the Code Enforcement Officer described in or contemplated by this local law.




101-17. INTERMUNICIPAL AGREEMENTS

            The Town Board of this Town may, by resolution, authorize the Code Enforcement Officer of this Town to enter into an agreement, in the name of this Town, with other governments to carry out the terms of this local law, provided that such agreement does not violate any provision of the Uniform Code, the Energy Code, Part 1203 of Title 19 of the NYCRR, or any other applicable law.

SECTION 2

           If any section of this local law shall be held unconstitutional, invalid, or ineffective, in whole or in part, such determination shall not be deemed to affect, impair, or invalidate the remainder of this local law.

SECTION 3

           This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing in the office of the New York State Secretary of State in accordance with section 27 of the Municipal Home Rule Law.

Ayes:   Councilmen Rosenberg, Quinn, Bailey, Councilwoman DiGiandomenico and Supervisor Quinn
Noes:           None
Absent: None
Abstentions:            None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 77-2007

Moved by:       Councilman Rosenberg
Seconded by:    Councilman Quinn

                WHEREAS the Town of Glenville operates a Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; and

                WHEREAS the Town of Glenville is required by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to prepare and adopt a written Annual Plan that establishes local policies for administration of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; and

                WHEREAS the Town Board of the Town of Glenville has caused a written Annual Plan for 2007 to be prepared establishing local policies for administration of the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and has reviewed such written plan,

                NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Glenville hereby adopts the Annual Plan for 2007 for operation of the Town of Glenville Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program.

Ayes:   Councilmen Rosenberg, Quinn, Bailey, Councilwoman DiGiandomenico and Supervisor Quinn
Noes:           None
Absent: None
Abstention:             None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 78-2007

Moved by:       Councilman Quinn
Seconded by:    Councilman Bailey

                WHEREAS, the Police Chief has recommended the purchase of replacement police vehicles and also recommends that the replaced vehicles be declared as surplus property, and said purchase of vehicles has been provided for within the current police budget,

                NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Chief of Police is hereby authorized to purchase two marked police vehicles at a total cost not to exceed forty-four thousand dollars ($44,000.00), as per New York State Contract #PC62338; and one unmarked police vehicle at a price not to exceed $20,000.00 equipped, as per New York State Contract #PC62350, and all three vehicles charged to account 02.00.3120.2000 (Equipment); and

                BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the vehicles being replaced be declared as surplus property after the receipt of new replacement vehicles and the transfer of necessary equipment; and

                BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that such surplus vehicles shall be offered for sale upon such terms and conditions as the Chief of Police may direct with all proceeds credited to account 02.00.2660.0000(Sale of Vehicles).

Ayes:   Councilmen Rosenberg, Quinn, Bailey, Councilwoman DiGiandomenico and Supervisor Quinn
Noes:           None
Absent: None
Abstentions:            None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 79-2007

Moved by:       Councilwoman DiGiandomenico
Seconded by:    Councilman Rosenberg

                BE IT RESOLVED, that the minutes of the special meeting held on January 31, and the regular meeting held on February 7, 2007 be and they hereby are approved and accepted as entered.

Ayes:   Councilmen Rosenberg, Quinn, Bailey, Councilwoman DiGiandomenico and Supervisor Quinn
Noes:           None
Absent: None
Abstentions:            None

Motion Carried

RESOLUTION NO. 80-2007

Moved by:       Councilman Rosenberg
Seconded by:    Councilwoman DiGiandomenico

                WHEREAS, Joseph Beaver retired from the position of Assistant to the Comptroller effective 2/2/07; and

                WHEREAS, the Town Comptroller George Phillips recommends that Mr. Beaver be retained on an as-needed basis to assist the Comptroller’s office to prepare required 2006 annual reports/audits and to assist in day-to-day functions until such time that the vacant position in the department is filled,

                NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Joseph Beaver is hereby appointed to the vacant position of Bookkeeper to the Supervisor, effective 3/7/07, at the budgeted rate of $28/hr.; and

                BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the appointment of Mr. Beaver to this position shall provide for no benefits over and above hourly compensation, shall be on an as-needed basis only at the direction of the Town Supervisor, shall serve at the pleasure of the Town Board, and shall not work in excess of hours allowed by the department’s budget in account # 01.00.1220.1000.

Ayes:           Councilmen Rosenberg, Quinn, Bailey, Councilwoman DiGiandomenico and Supervisor Quinn
Noes:           None
Absent: None
Abstentions:            None

Motion Carried

New Business…

                Councilwoman DiGiandomenico – “I would like to address the Alplaus Sewer Project.  Since I am the Board member that is the most available, I hope nobody takes offense that I have met with various departments and set up a time line for filling the Applications with the State Comptroller.  I guess at this time I’m requesting Board approval as liaison on this project so that we can bring this very important project to fruition.”

                Councilman Rosenberg – “It is okay with me.”

                Councilman Bailey – “What are we approving?”

                Supervisor Quinn – “She is asking, since we have a liaison to each department, all of us are liaisons to different departments and commissions and committees.  She is saying that because she has the time, the energy and the availability to be here often and given the nature of our past activities regarding the Alplaus Sewer District proposals, Councilwoman DiGiandomenico is saying instead of our current assigned liaison that she would volunteer and step up to the plate since she has time and energy and is locally available to be the liaison for this particular project.”

                Councilman Quinn – “I think the availability being the precious commodity here.  So long as the liaison to any of these departments that might be affected are fine with it I have no problem with her being a contact person.  I am not one of those liaisons so that is easy for me to say.  I think that Councilwoman DiGiandomenico’s time availability is something we should take advantage of.”

                Councilman Bailey – “I think the technical details; I would request continue to be sent through me.”

                Councilwoman DiGiandomenico – “This is just a time line and I am just putting all of the documentation together.  It is being reviewed by all of the department heads that are involved.  It is just following the guidelines from the previous application just so we don’t miss any steps.”

                Supervisor Quinn – “All of us are still in the information no matter what.  You’re liaison to this particular project so that the information flows, the command, control and coordination moves smoothly.

                Since I make the liaison appointments I’ll say yes please be the active liaison for this particular Alplaus Sewer Project.”


RESOLUTION NO. 81-2007

Moved by:       Councilman Rosenberg
Seconded by:    Councilwoman DiGiandomenico

                BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board of the Town of Glenville hereby adjourns into Executive Session to discuss personnel matters pertaining to the Town Administrator position.

Ayes:   Councilmen Rosenberg, Quinn, Bailey, Councilwoman DiGiandomenico and Supervisor Quinn
Noes:           None
Absent: None
Abstention:             None

Motion Carried

                Supervisor Quinn adjourned this portion of the meeting at 8:43 p.m. and returned into Executive Session to discuss personnel matters pertaining to the Town Administrator position.

                Time being 10:00 pm Supervisor Quinn reconvened the meeting.

        Motion to adjourn was moved by Councilman Rosenberg and Seconded by Councilman Bailey.

                The Town of Glenville Town Board Meeting was adjourned at 10:01 PM.

                                                                ATTEST:



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Linda C. Neals
Town Clerk