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Wayne town board 04/13/09

Meeting:  The Wayne town board met Tuesday, April 13 for one hour and 30 minutes.
Attendance:  Trustees James Wood and James McAfee were the only board members absent.  There were six members of the public in the audience.
Action:  The town board approved using Payroll Staffing to hire temporary employees.  Supervisor Dawn Dowdle explained that in the end it would be cheaper for the town to pay for their wages and benefits through a third party.  She said it would save the town $608 a year for the compost site and $1,300 for the highway positions.  Dowdle added that she would still like to see people from the community hired though.
• An outside flagpole and flag will be purchased for $695 and an inside flag stand and flag for $149.
• The board agreed on a budget transfer of $516  from buildings and grounds general contractual to unemployment benefits.  The funds will cover first quarter unemployment insurance charges.
• Dowdle will work on a schedule for mowing of town properties to keep the cost below $5,000.  The board said they wanted to hire the Yates County Arc for mowing.  However, if the cost were above $5,000, it would have to be put out to bid.
• The board approved the county contract for snow and ice removal, through 2012.
Discussion without action:  Dowdle reported that NYSEG would be reimbursing the town $3,125 for an overcharge in electric and gas.  About $1,900 would go back to the town barn and $1,200 to the town hall.
• A rabies clinic will be held at the Wayne town barn May 9, 10 a.m. to noon.
• The board decided that the first annual picnic or BBQ would be held sometime in late July or early August.
• The board received bids for both a new tractor and spot paving on Hines Road.  The board decided to not take any action until John McEntire, highway superintendent, had looked over the bids.
Upcoming meetings:  The next regular board meeting will be Tuesday, May 12 at 7:30 p.m. 
 





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