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Two trustee seats on ballot in Dundee in March

DUNDEE—Village elections will be on March 16 from noon until 9 p.m. in the village hall. Paper ballots will be used. Two two-year trustee positions now held by Judy Duquette and Larry Howell will be on the ballot. The Dundee village board approved the hours during their January 10 meeting.  
In other business: Voted unanimously to approve incorporation of the Dundee Fire Department.
• Fire chief Dan Peterson said the department has been notified they have been awarded another grant of $20,000 for purchase of a gear washer and dryer.
• The board got good news about the recent audit performed by Wheat and Fitzpatrick. Kelly Fitzpatrick outlined the village audit as well as separate audits for the Length of Service Award Program (LOSAP) for the fire department that covered more than two years. After outlining information in the documents, Fitzpatrick praised village clerk Christine Sutherland for her work in preparing for the audit. Referring to LOSAP, Fitzpatrick said, “I think having LOSAP is unusual. I think you took a great step. The chief did an excellent job with the records. The condition of the records improved dramatically as the years progressed.”
• The board voted to sell surplus equipment. They decided not to go to the expense of advertising the items at this time, but to make information available by word of mouth.
• The board voted to meet with representatives of Dundee Central School to discuss a district proposal to remove or trim some trees on village property adjacent to the district to make the new track easier to take care of. Mayor Fred Cratsley, Jr. said he wanted to meet with district representatives to make sure trimming doesn’t go too far.
• The board agreed to review the procurement policy during their meeting on January 26.
• Community Wellness Project coordinator Lauren Snyder reported on the project. She said at the “Everything Dundee” meeting on January 11, Eighteen individuals indicated interest in being vendors in the proposed store. The next meeting for potential vendors will be on February 2. Finger Lakes Economic Development Center will administer micro grants for the project and may also have additional funds to assist some projects.
• Village resident Glen Miller expressed his concern about tractor trailers turning around at the village hall lot. He said he saw one stopped in the fire lane, adding,”I was concerned it would happen. Those lots are not constructed for tractor trailers or short turns.” Miller asked the board to say something about the matter to the owners of the new business directly across the street from the village hall and firehouse.
• John Kuehn, Jr. spoke to the board about New York Municipal Reciprocal Insurance. He told the group  that 26 municipal entities got together under the umbrella of New York State Conference of Mayors to develop the non-profit company. He said now the non profit insurance company is owned by participants.
The next meeting of the Dundee Village Board will be at 5 p.m. on January 26 in the village hall on Union Street.

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