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Door to door surveys ready for Dundee

DUNDEE—The Dundee Village Board heard information from Kathy Disbrow, director of Keuka Housing Council, on a direct survey of village residents that will be done in the community this summer. Survey results could lead to services such as financial assistance for first time home buyers and home repairs. Disbrow said, “We fully expect the survey to take all summer.” There will be three teams of trained people who will visit each residence in the community. Flyers may be distributed in the community prior to the survey to provide information on details of the survey.
In  other business: Increased the budget by $4,848 due to an unanticipated increase in revenue for Consolidates Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS) funds.
• Approved spending up to $10,700 from the Capital Building Reserve Fund for replacement of the village barn roof. The expenditure is subject to permissive referendum.
• The village has received 14 or 15 responses to the 26 letters sent out regarding smoke testing.
• Street superintendent Andy Howell reported on sites in the village that need street repairs. He said he would like to spend $2,930 in CHIPS money to replace street signs. He said by 2,014 new rules will apply to regulatory signs, such as stop signs.
• The board approved a charge for replacement of sidewalks within the village. Applications are still being accepted for inclusion in the program.
• The board discussed the signs for Dundee Day. Howell said the Dundee Rotary Club was upset because last year’s sign was lost. He said new signs have been purchased and Frontier helped village crews install the signs. Howell said the Rotary Club will store the sign after this year’s event.
• Trustee Judy Duquette said there was some difficulty about reimbursement for flowers that were purchased for downtown containers. She said receipts are necessary, suggesting the village purchase flowers in the future to avoid problems. Howell suggested the business flowers are purchased from could bill the village.
• The brush pickup program began June 15 and will continue on the third Monday of each month with the final pickup scheduled on Sept. 21.
• Trustee Larry Howell said he had been approached about the possibility of marking spaces on the back parking lot on the west side of Main Street. Suggestions included asking the owner of the rental property next to the lot to add more parking on the rental property and the possibility of a sign forbidding overnight parking.
• Signups for the summer recreation program were scheduled June 8 and 11. The program begins in July.
The next meeting of the Dundee Village board will be at 5 p.m. June 23. The first meeting in July will be at 7 p.m. July 14. Both meetings will be in the village hall on Union Street.

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