Village Updates

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING AGENDA
FOR: Wednesday April 11, 2018 – 6:00 p.m.

VILLAGE OF HOMER, INCORPORATED 1835
VILLAGE CLERK’S OFFICE
31 North Main Street
HOMER, NY 13077, COUNTY OF CORTLAND
STATE OF NEW YORK, THE “HOMEVILLE” OF DAVID HARUM
PHONE 607-749-3322
FAX 607-749-2o42


1. Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees called to order by Mayor Hal McCabe.

2. Swear in Trustees Finkbeiner and Clune

3. Organizational Appointments and Resolutions

4. Approve Minutes - March 14, 2018

5. Treasurer’s report:

A. Financial Status of operating funds, Newton Water Works Fund and General Fund, revenues and expenditures.

B. Authorize payment of bills
 F & G Funds – Vouchers
 A Fund – Vouchers

6. Report of Offices and filing of written reports: Codes, DPW, Fire Department, Fire Inspection, Police Department, Recreation, Water & Sewer.

7. Privilege of the Floor

8. Old Business

9. New Business

A. Approval of Fiscal Advisors and Marketing Inc. as Financial Advisors for the Village
B. Approval of the Reduction of Sewers, 8 to 6, for the Property at 9-11 North West Street (Owned by Trustee Kevin Slack)
C. Approval of Donna Kotas for the Position of Clerk Part-Time
D. Approval of Kimberly Reitano Provisional Appointment as the Secretary to the Chief of Police
E. Approval of two Part-Time Laborers for DPW and NWW
F. Approval of a Tax Refund for Overpayment to Jodi Sangiorgi McLyman in the Amount of $1,218.67
G. Approval of a Discharge of Mortgage for Vicki Juras Gavidia
H. Approval of the Farmer’s Market Rules and Vendor Application
I. 1 Resolution to be Approved

RESOLVED:

That Darren ‘Hal” McCabe, as Mayor of the Village of Homer is hereby authorized and directed to accept funds from the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation in accordance with the provisions of Title 9 of the Environmental Protection Act of 1993, in an amount not to exceed $311,403.00, and enter into and execute a project agreement with the State for such financial assistance to this Village of Homer for the Route 11 Corridor Acquisition project and, if appropriate, a conservation easement or preservation covenant or public access covenant to the deed of the assisted property.

10. Attorney

11. Comments by Board Members

12. Executive Session

13. Adjournment
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