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Barrington town board 3/28/12

    Meeting: The Barrington town board met for 50 minutes on Wednesday, March 28.
    Attendance: Supervisor Fred Wright was absent. There were four members of the public in the audience.
    Action: The board approved a resolution from the Yates County Supreme Court for a tax assessment change. According to the court’s decision, the assessment for Mark Wheeler’s property in Barrington will be lowered to $697,500.
    Discussion without action: Resident Bill Chapman asked the board to fill in areas of Hobson Road with three loads of stone, including near the entrance to his property. He added the road conditions are bad and have damaged his vehicle. Highway Superintendent Steve Wheeler said it is a matter of there not being funds available.
    • Kent and Sheila Foster asked if the board can do anything to see if residents want a hydraulic fracturing ban passed in the town. The two suggested mailing  a questionnaire or postcard to residents.
    • Planning board chairperson Sue Lange asked if the board might consider passing a law allowing Barrington to surpass the state’s tax levy cap if needed in the future. She said Dundee is considering such a law because the village needs to approve going over the cap several months ahead of time, but this would bypass that.
    Upcoming meetings: The next regular board meeting is Wednesday, April 25, at 7 p.m.

 

 



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