Meeting: The Milo town board met for approximately one hour on Monday, May 16. Attendance: All members of the town council were present. Five members of the public were in the audience. Action: Voted to send the moratorium on hydrofracking in Milo to the town and county planning boards for review. • Voted to notify Yates County that Milo could withdraw from the county Worker’s Compensation program. Withdrawal from the county program could result in a savings for the town. • Voted to deny payment of a bill from the village for an additional $410 for Dundee’s summer recreation program. Yates County Youth Bureau gives the town $542 toward the expenses of having children from Milo attend the Dundee program. The funds are provided through the state. Milo officials said they need a request from Dundee for funds at budget time. Discussion without action: Councilman Dale Hallings told the board the town received approximately $9,000 in damage during recent storms. Most of the damage was on Outlet Road. • The town learned New York State Department of Transportation has denied a request to reduce the speed limit on Raplee Road. A petition requesting reduced speed had been sent to the DOT. Upcoming meetings: June 20 at 7 p.m. in the town office on Main Street in Penn Yan.