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Barrington town board 03/24/10

Meeting:  The Barrington town board met Wednesday, March 24 for one hour and 10 minutes.
Attendance:  All members of the board were present.  There were three members of the public in the audience.
Action:  The board approved replacing at least 10 traffic signs per year or as the budget allows, to work towards the required completion date of 2015.  Steve Wheeler, highway superintendent, said the new signs are more reflective.  Of the 214 in the town, 38 have already been done.  Wheeler said signs on the most traveled roads, signs for steep hills, and other warnings will be replaced first.
Discussion without action:  John Kuehn, vice president of Sprague Insurance, gave the board a report on insurance rates.  He said it dropped $1,400 to about $22,400.  He added Barrington will be getting its second rebate of $1,649 from the municipal insurance program.
• Lauren Snyder, Dundee area improvement project coordinator, gave a report.  She said the Finger Lakes Economic Development Center is helping with a micro enterprise program.
• Wheeler and a few town board members will travel to Batavia, April 20, as the town is a finalist for grants, up to $1,000.  Wheeler said the funds would be used on a box culvert.
• Code enforcement officer David Ness said the town needs to work on what permit fees should be.  The town has never had any building permit fees, and is one of the few in the state to do so.  Ness proposed basing most fees on the square footage of the building.
Upcoming meetings:  The next regular meeting will be Wednesday, April 28 at  7 p.m. 
 



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