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Dresden village board 11/04/09

Meeting:  The Dresden village board met Wednesday, Nov. 4, for one hour and 30 minutes.
Attendance:  All board members were present.  There were no members of the public in the audience.
Action:  The board approved to send $1,202.08 in taxes back to the county.  Clerk Terry Dilts explained it was from 14 properties that had not paid.
• The board also approved adding suggestions from former Mayor Roger Wadsworth onto the comprehensive plan.  Mayor Loujane Johns said the list is of future projects and plans for the village to work on.
Discussion without action:  The board discussed having a Web site for the fire department again.  Trustee Dan Egburtson said he didn’t have a chance to look more into it.  He did say that the cost would vary depending on how much work is put into it.  Dilts said she did not mind maintaining a Web site, but would need to know how to do that.  The board agreed to see if a nearby college would be interested in a student creating the Web site.
• The board discussed looking into getting a new lawyer for the village.  Dilts will ask the New York Conference of Mayors and the Bar Association if they have recommendations for an area lawyer to fill the position.
•  Dilts said she got a price range for a full audit on the village, after a resident inquired about it at the last meeting.  She said it would cost between $10,000 and $15,000.  Dilts added she would also talk to NYCOM about how often a village of their size should do a full audit.
• John Stryker, department of public works superintendent, gave his monthly report.  He said the New York State Department of Transportation contacted him and needs all street widths for certification of local highway mileage.  He explained the state lost that data for everyone.  Stryker also reported that an intake hose on the leaf machine needs to be replaced.  He added the water truck needs to have a water pump replaced, brakes checked and possibly replaced, and transmission serviced.
Upcoming meetings:  The next regular board meeting will be Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. 
 





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