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Dresden village board 10/5/11

    Meeting:  The Dresden village board met Wednesday, Oct. 5, for one hour and 50 minutes.
    Attendance:  All board members were present.  There were seven members of the public in the audience.
    Action:  The board approved sending the zoning law changes to the planning board for review.  The village is revisiting the zoning after the board found out fence height limits were left out of a past change to the codes.
    • The board approved spending around $800 to help pay for the fire department’s  pump repair.
• A public hearing for code book updates was approved for the Nov. 2 meeting.
    • Halloween hours within the village were set for 6 to 8 p.m.
    Discussion without action:  Resident Pege Brow expressed concern about the property behind the future location of a Veterans monument by the Methodist church.  She asked if a fence could be put up to hide the condition of the other property.  Resident Darlene Conley said the background property has to be addressed by Zoning/Code Officer Brian Quackenbush.
    • Clerk-Treasurer Terry Dilts said an insurance company name Capital is interested in working with the village.  She added the health insurance figures will be coming out soon and a Stork Insurance representative would be in that week to collect information for the next year’s rates on building and equipment.
    • Mayor Joe Gibson discussed the Dresden fire department budget.  The budget shows an increase of 7.223 percent due to the increase for a share of a full audit ($5,000) and half the cost of a siren and pole ($6,000).  Fire Chief Warren Zimmerman told the board he feels it is not necessary because the village already had an audit done.
    Bids/purchases over $1,000:  The board approved spending no more than $10,000 to rebuild a fire truck pump.
    Appointments/resignations:  Dick Brow stepped down as the Dresden representative for the Yates County planning board.
    • Justin Laberdee  was hired as a laborer.
    Upcoming meeting: The Dresden village board met Wednesday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 p.m.




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