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Dundee village board 2/28/12

    Meeting: The Dundee village board met for approximately 50 minutes on Tuesday, Feb. 28.  
    Attendance: All board members were present.  Five members of the public were in the audience.  
    Discussion without action: Fire Chief Ray Miller said the fire department is in the process of figuring the types of radios and pagers that will be purchased with the $46,693 grant that was received from the Federal Emergency Management Agency in January.
    • Our Town RoCKS Project Coordinator Lauren Snyder announced the organization will hold their next community meeting on Tuesday, March 20.  Snyder also thanked Mayor Fred Cratsley Jr. for taking part in the Community Reading Night at Dundee Central School on Thursday, Feb. 16.  
    • Trustee Greg Wright said he would still like to see Main Street being cleaned up better.  Wright originally expressed concerns on the matter in January.  He noted a lot of debris, such as used cigarettes, continues to be scattered around.  Highway Superintendent Andy Howell suggested the village pick a night when there is good weather to clean up the mess with the street sweeper.  Cratsley added the board can also look into budgeting for more efficient cleaning tools for the 2012-13 fiscal year.  
    Bids/purchases over $1,000:  Cemetery bids were awarded to TCP for $19,200 and Source Landscaping and Construction for $2,750.  TCP will take care of mowing village burial grounds and Source Landscaping will be responsible for leafing.    
    • The purchase of a railing to go on Stoll Street was approved for $1,100.   
    Upcoming meetings: The next regular meeting will be Tuesday, March 13 at 7 p.m.



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