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Montour Falls village board 04/05/10

Meeting:  The Montour Falls village board met Monday, April 5, for one hour and five minutes.
Attendance:  Mayor Donna Kelley was the only board member absent.  Five members of the public were in the audience.
Action:  The board approved waiving the open container law at the Firemen’s Field, June 10 to 12, for the Montour Falls Fireman’s Festival.
• All full time employees were approved to go to a water distribution training at the New York State Fire Academy, Tuesday, April 27.  Board member Phil Smith said he thought it was a good idea.  He said the cost for the one day event is just $14 per person.
• The board renewed of the contract with Bruce Reynolds Marine Service, at the marina.  He does the work taking boats in and out of the water.  Clerk Suzanne Casselberry said there are no changes in the contract over last year.
• An extension was given to Vacri Construction Corp. for completing the telemetry project on the Genesee Street pump station.  Casselberry explained a part was on back order.  The new deadline for completion is April 30.
• A hearing for the 2010-11 budget was set for the April 19 meeting, at 7 p.m.
• The board accepted a proposal from Clayton Snow for repairs to the library building ramp and side steps.
Discussion without action:  The board reviewed a notice from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation concerning littering violations on Henry and Clinton Streets, into Catharine Creek.  Casselberry said the notice talks about motorcycles in the creek, and trees and leaves being dumped down into the creek.
Bids/purchases over $1,000:  The board authorized a prepayment of $3,876 for work on the fire department’s generator.  The work required is a full engine overhaul.  The board will also look into a maintenance contract for all the village generators.
Upcoming meetings:  The next regular board meeting is Monday, April 19, at 7 p.m.  A public hearing for the village budget will also be held that meeting. 
 


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