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Dundee village board 7/27/10

Meeting: The Dundee village board met for one hour, Tuesday, July 27.
Attendance: All trustees were present. One member of the public was in the audience.
Action: Board members approved transfer of the fire department checking account to the Dundee Fire Company, Inc. Money in the account is from donations and fundraising. Incorporation of the fire company was completed recently.
• Adopted the agreement with the Yates County Planning Board regarding referrals of minor projects.
• The village board approved a sewer credit for a local resident who had a broken water pipe because the water did not reach the municipal sewer.
Discussion without action: The Little League tournament has ended. There was vandalism at Millard Park. Vandals spray painted trees, the pavilion, and playground equipment. Village crews removed most of the paint.
• The board discussed a request from Dundee Central School to create handicapped parking on the access driveway known as Pumphouse Road. The village board would like to have a survey of the road, which serves as access to one of the village’s wells on the north side of the school property. The village board will meet with school district representatives and their engineer. Also to be included in the discussion are drainage issues on Harpending Avenue reported by the school.
• Health Improvement Project coordinator Lauren Snyder reported downtown businesses may apply for low interest loans up to $1,000. A match is needed but if work is completed on the approved project within six months, the owner could qualify for a grant. The group is also offering micro enterprise loans for business expansion. Businesses with revenues less than $100,000 are eligible.
• Wastewater treatment plant operator Howard Sautter reported he is running two blowers at the plant. A request to order more chlorine was approved. Sautter reported there will be a $250 fee to add the vacuum truck to the existing permit.
Bids/purchases over $1,000: None.
Appointments/resignations: None.
Upcoming meetings: The next regular village board meeting will be Aug.10 at 7 p.m. in the village office on Union Street. 




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