TOWN OF ORANGETOWN WORKSHOP MEETING
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
• The NY State Public High School Athletic Association 2017 Co-Champion Pearl River HS Lady Pirates Varsity Soccer Team will be honored at the November 28th Regular Town Board Meeting.
• Recognition of Jerry Donellen on his retirement after thirty years serving as Rockland Veterans Service Coordinator
• Sidewalk Dedication Ceremony “Esta’s Way” – Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 12 Noon at Venture Center, 240 Route 340, Sparkill
• Cottage Lane Students – Kids Against Climate Change Installation at Town Hall
OPEN PUBLIC HEARING/NOVEMBER 14, 2017/ 2018 PRELIMINARY BUDGET
1. RESOLVED, that the public hearing on the 2018 Preliminary Budget is hereby opened.
PRESENTATION: Notice of Affidavit of Publication
Summary of Public Comments
CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING/2018 PRELIMINARY BUDGET
2. RESOLVED, the public hearing on the 2018 Preliminary Budget is hereby closed.
APPROVE/APPROVE CHANGES/MODIFICATIONS 2018 PRELIMINARY BUDGET
3. RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby approves/authorizes the following changes to the 2018 Preliminary Budget.
(Note changes and as appropriate, specific vote approving changes)
Authorize the Finance Director to adjust Fund Balance to accommodate these changes and stay ~$100,000 under the levy cap limit.
OPEN PUBLIC HEARING/NOVEMBER 14, 2017/ PROPOSED NEW LOCAL LAW/ AMENDING CHAPTER 24C PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, §24C-10(B): PARKING AND STORAGE OF VEHICLES
4. RESOLVED, that the public hearing on a proposed local law, amending Town Code Chapter 24C, entitled Property Maintenance, §24C-10(B), Parking and Storage of Vehicles, is hereby opened.
PRESENTATION: Notice of Posting and Affidavit of Publication (Town Clerk).
Summary of Public Comments
CLOSE PH/ PROPOSED NEW LOCAL LAW/ AMENDING CHAPTER 24C PROPERTY MAINTENANCE §24C-10(B): PARKING AND STORAGE OF VEHICLES
5. RESOLVED, that the public hearing on a proposed local law, amending Town Code Chapter 24C, entitled Property Maintenance, §24C-10(B), Parking and Storage of Vehicles, is hereby closed.
LEAD AGENCY/SEQRA DECLARATION/ AMENDING CHAPTER 24C, §24C-10(B)
6. WHEREAS, the Town Board has considered the adoption of a Local Law, amending Town Code Chapter 24C, entitled Property Maintenance, §24C-10(B), Parking and Storage of Vehicles; and
WHEREAS, being the only Involved Agency, the Town Board hereby assumes the role of Lead Agency for environmental review; and
WHEREAS, acting in its capacity as Lead Agency for environmental review, and after taking a “hard look” at all of the potential environmental impacts that might result from the proposed action, the Town Board has concluded that there will be no significant environmental impact or effect caused or occasioned by the proposed change in the Town Code,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby adopts the Negative Declaration (Exhibit _________), and authorizes the Town Supervisor or his designated agent to execute the Environmental Assessment Form and to take such other and further steps as may be necessary to discharge the Town Board’s responsibilities as Lead Agency.
ADOPT LOCAL LAW NO. ____ OF 2017, AMENDING TOWN CODE PROPOSED NEW LOCAL LAW/AMENDING CHAPTER 24C PROPERTY MAINTENANCE §24C-10(B): PARKING AND STORAGE OF VEHICLES
7. WHEREAS, the Town Board, in furtherance of its desire to provide for the protection and promotion of the public health, safety, morals, comfort, convenience, prosperity and other aspects of the general welfare of the Town has adopted, implemented, amended and provided for the enforcement of the Town Code and the Zoning Code of the Town of Orangetown, and,
WHEREAS the Town Board (“Board”) of the Incorporated Town of Orangetown, New York (“Town”) finds that there is a critical and compelling need, in the public interests to protect its citizens and businesses health, safety and welfare and to insure compliance with the Town of Orangetown Building, Planning, Zoning and Fire Codes. The Town finds and declares that there is no existing law that preempts the adoption of this Local Law,
NOW, THEREFORE, the following Local Law amending Town Code Chapter 24C, entitled Property Maintenance, §24C-10(B), Parking and Storage of Vehicles is hereby adopted:
LOCAL LAW NO.____OF 2017 OF THE INCORPORATED TOWN OF ORANGETOWN, NEW YORK
BE IT ENACTED BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF ORANGETOWN AS FOLLOWS:
Purpose: The Town Board (“Board”) of the Town of Orangetown, New York (“Town”) hereby finds that there is a critical and compelling need, in the public interests as set forth herein, to protect the character of its residential areas, and the health, safety and welfare of its residents to ensure that properties in a residential district are used for residential purposes. The objective of this local law is to clarify that properties in residential zoning districts shall be used in accordance with the use tables previously established by the Town. Section 24C-10(B) currently permits commercial repairs of vehicles in residential districts under certain circumstances, which is not in the best interests of the property owners and residents in these districts.
Therefore, §24C-10(B) of the Town of Orangetown entitled “Parking and Storage of Vehicles” is amended to read as follows (additions are underlined, deletions are
No commercial or for hire automotive repairs shall take place on any property located in any residentially zoned district.
in the unincorporated portion of the Town of Orangetown, involving two or more vehicles located simultaneously on said premises, for which a registration certificate has been issued to an address other than the premises in question.
Section 3. Severability Clause
The invalidity of any word, section, clause, paragraph, sentence, part or provision of this local law shall not affect the validity of any other part of this local law that can be given effect without such invalid parts.
Section 4. Effective Date.
This Local Law shall become effective immediately upon being filed with the Secretary of State.
APPROVE/ONE YEAR CONTRACT FOR LIBRARY SERVICES/ORANGETOWN LIBRARY DISTRICT/ CONTRACTS WITH THE BLAUVELT FREE LIBRARY, THE ORANGEBURG LIBRARY, THE PALISADES FREE LIBRARY AND THE TAPPAN FREE LIBRARY
8. (To be voted tonight)
RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby approves a 1-Year Contract with the Blauvelt Free Library, the Orangeburg Library, the Palisades Free Library and the Tappan Free Library, for library services in and throughout the boundaries of their district as set forth within the Orangetown Library District, and including the residents of Sparkill as delineated in subdivision (e) of Section 1 of Chapter 494 of the Laws of 2012, in the Town, for calendar year 2018, as follows:
(A) BLAUVELT: RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby authorizes the Supervisor to execute a one (1) year contract, on behalf of the Town, as proposed and written, for SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED NINETY-TWO AND 00/100 ($720,392.00) DOLLARS, with the Blauvelt Free Library to provide library services to residents of Blauvelt, as well as to the residents of the Sparkill area delineated in subdivision (e) of Section 1 of Chapter 494 of the Laws of 2012, within the Town, and otherwise in accordance with the terms of a contract incorporated herein by reference.
(B) ORANGEBURG: RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby authorizes the Supervisor to execute a one (1) year contract, on behalf of the Town, as proposed and written, for FIVE HUNDRED SIXTY THOUSAND AND 00/100 ($560,000.00) DOLLARS, with the Orangeburg Library to provide library services to residents of Orangeburg, as well as to the residents of the Sparkill area delineated in subdivision (e) of Section 1 of Chapter 494 of the Laws of 2012, within the Town, and otherwise in accordance with the terms of a contract incorporated herein by reference.
(C) PALISADES: RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby authorizes the Supervisor to execute a one (1) year contract, on behalf of the Town, as proposed and written, for THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY ONE THOUSAND SEVEN HUNDRED SIXTY-EIGHT AND 00/100 ($381,768.00) DOLLARS, with the Palisades Free Library to provide library services to residents of Palisades, as well as to the residents of the Sparkill area delineated in subdivision (e) of Section 1 of Chapter 494 of the Laws of 2012, within the Town, and otherwise in accordance with the terms of a contract incorporated herein by reference.
(D) TAPPAN: RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby authorizes the Supervisor to execute a one (1) year contract, on behalf of the Town, as proposed and written, for SEVEN HUNDRED SIXTEEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-SEVEN AND 00/100 ($716,387.00) DOLLARS, with the Tappan Free Library to provide library services to residents of Tappan, as well as to the residents of the Sparkill area delineated in subdivision (e) of Section 1 of Chapter 494 of the Laws of 2012, within the Town, and otherwise in accordance with the terms of a contract incorporated herein by reference.
AMEND RESOLUTION/APPROVE STREET NAMING/PRIVATE ROAD/BOBBY SANDS WAY, ORANGEBURG
9. WHEREAS, the Town Board wishes to amend Resolution 143/2017, adopted March 7, 2017 as follows:
WHEREAS, the Rockland
Gaelic Athletic Association Ancient Order of Hibernians was established in 1882; and
WHEREAS, the Rockland
Gaelic Athletic Association maintains a recreational sports complex offering programs for local athletes of all ages. Specifically offering Gaelic football, hurling, and camogie sports programs for boys, girls, men and women, in addition to hosting competitions, summer camps and more; Ancient Order of Hibernians has Divisions in Pearl River and Blauvelt; and
WHEREAS, the members of the Rockland
County Gaelic Athletic Association Ancient Order of Hibernians desire to designate the road leading to the Gaelic Athletic Association’s Orangeburg sports complex as a private road in honor of a historic Irish figure, and to assist first responders during their response to an emergency on the fields; and
WHEREAS, Rockland County 9-1-1 Emergency Services have worked with the Rockland
Gaelic Athletic Association’s Ancient Order of Hibernian’s officers to identify primary ingress and egress that if named would assist first responders when they are dispatched by the Orangetown Police Department to an emergency at the GAA Orangeburg sports complex; and
WHEREAS, the Rockland
Gaelic Athletic Association Ancient Order of Hibernians members have requested that said private road, as identified on the attached site map, be named Bobby Sands Way; and
WHEREAS, Bobby Sands was born in 1954 in Rathcoole, Ireland, a suburban village, near Belfast, Ireland; and
WHEREAS, in October 1972, Bobby Sands was arrested and spent three years in the cages of Long Kesh Prison as a political prisoner; and
WHEREAS, upon his release in 1976 Bobby Sands returned to his family in Twinbrook, Ireland, set himself to work tackling the social issues which affected the Twinbrook area, and become a respected community activist; and
WHEREAS, within six months Bobby Sands was arrested again, taken to Castlereagh and subjected to brutal interrogations for six days; returned to jail, spending the first twenty-two days of his sentence in solitary confinement; and then following the breakdown of talks between the British direct ruler and the Irish Catholic primate, Bobby Sands, along with seven other prisoners began a hunger strike in protest of Great Britain’s treatment of political prisoners, and its occupation of Ireland; and
WHEREAS, in 1981, while in prison, Bobby Sands was elected as a Member of Parliament; and
WHEREAS, Bobby Sands and his nine comrades died on Hunger Strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh Prison so that Ireland’s 800 years of struggle for Irish freedom and unity would not be criminalized by an oppressive English government; and
WHEREAS, the deaths of Bobby Sands and the other Hunger Strikers was the precursor to the Good Friday Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the Rockland
Gaelic Athletic Association Ancient Order of Hibernians members are desirous of recognizing Bobby Sands ultimate sacrifice by designating a private road so that future generations will remember his sacrifice; and
Gaelic Athletic Association Ancient Order of Hibernians expressly acknowledge that the private road shall not be owned or maintained by the Town of Orangetown; and
Gaelic Athletic Association Ancient Order of Hibernians acknowledge that the Town of Orangetown has standardized requirements for street signs, and
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Orangetown hereby amends Resolution 143/2017 authorize
sing and direct sing that the private road consisting of Orangetown Tax Lot Section 73.12 Block 1 Lot 1 shall be forever named and known as “Bobby Sands Way”, and all future maps depicting said area shall indicate the naming of this private road as “Bobby Sands Way”; and authorizes and directs that any such street sign posted shall follow the Town of Orangetown Highway Department “Requirements for Street Sign Specifications”.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE COMMITTEE/APPOINT RON GARCIA TO SERVE THE REMAINDER OF TH TERM OF JIM ANDREWS, WHO RESIGNED, AND WHOSE TERM EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 2017
10. RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby appoints Ron Garcia, the new director at the CANDLE Center, to serve as a member of the Substance Abuse Committee for the remainder of the term of Jim Andrews, who resigned in June 2017, and whose term expires December 31, 2017.
ORANGETOWN HOUSING AUTHORITY BOARD/APPOINT JOSEPH JUKIC TO SERVE THE REMAINDER OF THE TERM OF ROBERT TOMPKINS, WHO RESIGNED, AND WHOSE TERM EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 2020
11. RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby appoints Joseph Jukic to serve as a member of the Orangetown Housing Authority Board for the remainder of the term of Robert Tompkins, who resigned in September 2017, and whose term expires December 31, 2020.
2017 BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS
12. RESOLVED, that upon the recommendation of the Director of Finance, the Town Board hereby authorizes the following adjustments to the 2017 budget:
ACCOUNT NO/ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION/ORIGINAL BUDGET/ADJUSTED BUDGET/FB USAGE
A.1110.012 TOWN JUSTICE.TIME & ONE HALF 3,500.00 6,500.00
A.1110.013 TOWN JUSTICE.SEASONAL & PART TIME 18,500.00 15,500.00
A.1110.444 TOWN JUSTICE.RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT 1,700.00 2,106.52
A.1110.457 TOWN JUSTICE.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE VENDORS 3,250.00 1,393.48
A.1110.471 TOWN JUSTICE.TELEPHONE – 1,450.00
A.1220.440.01 SUPERVISOR.OFFICE SUPPLIES & PRINT 1,000.00 2,500.00
A.1310.012 FINANCE.TIME & ONE HALF 4,000.00 1,600.00
A.1310.441 FINANCE.SCHOOLS & CONFERENCES 1,900.00 2,700.00
A.1310.442 FINANCE.POSTAGE 200.00 300.00
A.1330.012 RECEIVER OF TAXES.TIME & ONE HALF 1,000.00 8,012.04
A.1330.013 RECEIVER OF TAXES.SEASONAL & PART TIME 15,000.00 7,987.96
A.1330.015 RECEIVER OF TAXES.APPOINTED OFFICIALS 18,333.00 24,775.01
A.1355.485 ASSESSOR.CERTIORARI EXPENSE 15,000.00 57,250.00 42,250
A.1410.015 TOWN CLERK.APPOINTED OFFICIALS 115,083.00 108,640.99
A.1620.013 BUILDING MAINTENANCE.SEASONAL & PART TIME 3,000.00 5,000.00
A.1620.200 BUILDING MAINTENANCE.CAPITAL OUTLAY 16,000.00
A.1620.443 BUILDING MAINTENANCE.MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS 42,000.00 57,000.00
A.1620.453 BUILDING MAINTENANCE.PAINTING AND BUILDING REP 52,500.00 54,500.00
A.1622.457 SHARED SERVICES.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE VENDORS 120,000.00 240,000.00 120,000
A.1682.011 CENTRAL DATA.PERMANENT STAFF 165,256.00 169,256.00
A.1682.012 CENTRAL DATA.TIME & ONE HALF 20,000.00 13,500.00
A.1682.013 CENTRAL DATA.SEASONAL & PART TIME – 2,500.00
A.1682.440.01 CENTRAL DATA.OFFICE SUPPLIES & PRINT 500.00 1,700.00
A.1682.457 CENTRAL DATA.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE VENDORS 165,000.00 163,800.00
A.3989.457 OTHER PUBLIC SAFETY.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE VENDO – 125,000.00
A.4089 FEDERAL AID (125,000.00)
A.7110.200 PARKS.CAPITAL OUTLAY – 4,538.00
A.7180.443 SPECIAL RECREATIONAL FACILITIES.MAINTENANCE AGR 19,000.00 2,000.00
A.7310.013 YOUTH RECREATION.SEASONAL & PART TIME 400,000.00 377,462.00
A.3599 FFUND BALANCE (162,250.00) 1,185,722.00 1,185,722.00 162,250
B.1980.457.16 MCT MOBILITY TAX.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE VENDORS. 33,552.00 43,552.00
B.1980.457.17 MCT MOBILITY TAX.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE VENDORS. 3,329.00 5,329.00
B.3120.011.16 POLICE.PERMANENT STAFF.POLICE 10,015,908.00 9,875,908.00
B.3120.016.16 POLICE.HOLIDAY PAY.POLICE 150,000.00 350,000.00
B.3120.021.16 POLICE.SICK LEAVE.POLICE 70,000.00 210,000.00
B.3120.200.16 POLICE.CAPITAL OUTLAY.POLICE 66,000.00
B.3120.200.16 POLICE.CAPITAL OUTLAY.POLICE 35,000.00 39,000.00
B.3090.000.16 STATE AID-SAFETY POLICE – (66,000.00)
B.3120.408.16 POLICE.RICO ENHANCEMENTS.POLICE – 37,000.00
B.3120.440.01 POLICE.OFFICE SUPPLIES & PRINT 11,000.00 16,000.00
B.3120.443.16 POLICE.MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS.POLICE 220,182.00 210,182.00
B.3120.444.16 POLICE.RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT.POLICE 38,292.00 48,292.00
B.3120.453.16 POLICE.PAINTING AND BUILDING REPAIRS.POLICE 7,000.00 31,000.00
B.3120.457.16 POLICE.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE VENDORS.POLICE 71,590.00 111,590.00
B.3090.000.16 STATE AID-SAFETY POLICE – (40,000.00)
B.3120.467.16 POLICE.DETECTIVE BUREAU EXPENSE.POLICE 900.00 1,200.00
B.3120.473.16 POLICE.WATER.POLICE 10,000.00 18,000.00
B.3620.012.17 SAFETY INSPECTION SERVICE.TIME & ONE HALF.OTHER 4,500.00 1,500.00
B.3620.013.17 SAFETY INSPECTION SERVICE.SEASONAL & PART TIME.O 6,720.00 9,720.00
B.9060.800.16 HOSPITALIZATION.FRINGE BENEFITS.POLICE 4,088,977.00 3,800,677.00
B.9060.800.17 HOSPITALIZATION.FRINGE BENEFITS.OTHER THAN POLIC 445,322.00 431,322.00
B.9061.800.17 DENTAL INSURANCE.FRINGE BENEFITS.OTHER THAN PO 17,051.00 29,051.00
D.1980.457.04 MCT MOBILITY TAX.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE VENDORS. 6,967.00 10,967.00
D.5110.013.04 HIGHWAY REPAIR & IMPROVE.SEASONAL & PART TIME. 50,000.00 66,000.00
D.5142.013.05 SNOW REMOVAL.SEASONAL & PART TIME.TOWNWIDE – 2,000.00
D.9060.800.04 HOSPITALIZATION.FRINGE BENEFITS.PART TOWN 850,727.00 815,727.00
D.9060.800.05 HOSPITALIZATION.FRINGE BENEFITS.TOWNWIDE 754,677.00 739,677.00
D.9061.800.04 DENTAL INSURANCE.FRINGE BENEFITS.PART TOWN 34,161.00 49,161.00
D.9061.800.05 DENTAL INSURANCE.FRINGE BENEFITS.TOWNWIDE 27,937.00 40,937.00
G.8110.011 SEWER ADMINISTRATION.PERMANENT STAFF 795,453.00 585,453.00
G.8110.457 SEWER ADMINISTRATION.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE VEN 5,000.00 35,000.00
G.8120.011 SEWER COLLECTION SYSTEM.PERMANENT STAFF 852,380.00 822,380.00
G.8120.012 SEWER COLLECTION SYSTEM.TIME & ONE HALF 19,000.00 49,000.00
G.8120.020 SEWER COLLECTION SYSTEM.DOUBLE TIME 17,000.00 47,000.00
G.8121.457 INDUSTRIAL PRETREATMENT.CONTRACTS W/OUTSIDE V 3,000.00 6,000.00
G.8121.463 INDUSTRIAL PRETREATMENT.LABORATORY TESTING 15,000.00 28,000.00
G.8121.475 INDUSTRIAL PRETREATMENT.MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE 7,000.00 9,000.00
G.8130.011 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT.PERMANENT STAFF 1,459,196.00 1,609,196.00
G.8130.012 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT.TIME & ONE HALF 50,000.00 80,000.00
G.8130.020 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT.DOUBLE TIME 60,000.00 170,000.00 110,000
G.8130.200 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT.CAPITAL OUTLAY 500,000.00 455,000.00
G.8130.403 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT.STATE ENVIRONMENTAL F 5,000.00 20,000.00
G.8130.449 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT.CHEMICALS 200,000.00 300,000.00 100,000
G.8130.452 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT.EQUIPMENT REPAIRS 21,000.00 66,000.00
G.8130.473 SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT.WATER 40,000.00 100,000.00
G.9030.800 SS / MEDICARE.FRINGE BENEFITS 329,347.00 274,347.00
G.9060.800 HOSPITALIZATION.FRINGE BENEFITS 1,177,978.00 1,087,978.00
G.9061.800 DENTAL INSURANCE.FRINGE BENEFITS 43,856.00 65,856.00
G.3599 FUND BALANCE (210,000.00) 5,600,210.00 5,600,210.00 210,000.00
THE POINTE AT LAKE TAPPAN (THE CLUB AT PEARL RIVER)/PERFORMANCE BOND RELEASE/ S.B.L 73.10/1/4-6/BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH AND VETERANS MEMORIAL DRIVE/PB# 2012-50, 2013-05, 2013-20, 2015-19 AND 2017-56/TOWN BOARD RESOLUTION #2015-216
13. RESOLVED, Upon the recommendation of the Planning Board (PB#2017-56), the Town Highway Department, DEME, and the Town Attorney’s Office, the Board hereby authorizes the release of The Club at Pearl River, LLC Performance Bond (Pointe at Lake Tappan) issued by International Fidelity Insurance Company as Surety, and The Club at Pearl River, LLC as principal, related to the ‘Pointe at Lake Tappan Site Plan’, at Blue Hill Road South and Veteran’s Memorial Drive, Pearl River, NY Tax Lots 73.10, Block 1 Lots 4-6, which bond was posted by The Club at Pearl River, LLC and accepted by the Town of Orangetown pursuant to Town Board Resolution #2015-216.
POLICE RESIGNATION/KENNETH M. TOMEO/ SUPERVISOR, PARKING AUTHORITY (PT)
14. RESOLVED, that upon the recommendation of the Chief of Police, accept with regret, the resignation of Kenneth M. Tomeo, Supervisor, Parking Enforcement (PT) from the Orangetown Police Department effective November 2, 2017.
PARKS AND RECREATION
APPROVE ITEMS FOR SURPLUS
15. At the request of the Superintendent of Parks, Recreation, and Buildings approve the following items for surplus
1. 2002 Chevrolet Blazer 53,000 miles
2. 1999 Chevrolet 3500 Van 101,000 miles
3. Jacobsen Handsgreen Mower (4 units)
4. John Deere 3215A Fairway Mower
5. Jacobsen HR 5111 Mower
6. Toro Pro-Line 36″ Mower
7. Leaf Loader for pick up truck
8. Ex-Mark Walk behind 32″ mower
9. Ford Gas Tractor Model D1123L
10. Jacobsen Tri-King 1800G Reel Mower
11. Toro Grounds Pro 2000 Reel Mower
12. Alamo Flail Grass King Mower
13. Toro Sidewinder Reel Master 3100
14. Jacobsen T422 Diesel Mower
15. John Deere 3ft walk behind plow
16. Sweepster Tractor Mounted Sweeper
17. Smithco SprayStar 1600P
18. Jacobsen LF 3400 fairway mower
19. Jacobsen LF 100 fairway mover
AWARD CONTRACT FOR SNOW PLOWING CORTWOOD VILLAGE SENIOR HOUSING COMPLEX
16. (Language to be added)
INSTALLATION OF TWO BUS SHELTERS LOCATED AT 230 ROUTE 340, SPARKILL (IN FRONT OF VENTURE)
17. RESOLVED, that the Town of Orangetown Town Board hereby authorizes the County Department of Public Transportation to install (2) new bus shelters at 230 Route 340, Sparkill, in front of Venture.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Town of Orangetown will provide normal maintenance of these new bus shelters (snow removal, garbage pick-up & cleaning).The Town of Orangetown will continue to maintain all the County Bus Shelters throughout the Town (snow removal, garbage pick-up & cleaning).
RECOMMENDATION TO APPROVE A CONSULTANT’S PROPOSAL FOR NEW NYS DEC REQUIREMENTS FOR AMMONIA LIMITATION AT THE ORANGETOWN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
18. WHEREAS, the NYSDEC has revised the requirement in the Orangetown Sewer District #2 SPDES permit of final effluent limitation for Ammonia removal: and,
WHEREAS an engineering report is required to be submitted detailing the design basis, treatment unit type and sizing that will be used to comply with said requirement; and,
WHEREAS four engineering firms responded to a Request For Proposals to submit prices to write the engineering report; and,
WHEREAS GHD Engineers is qualified to write this report and submitted the lowest price,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board approves an agreement with GHD Engineers to write and submit an engineering report to comply with the latest NYSDEC requirement regarding Ammonia Removal in the final effluent for $21,300.00 and authorizes the Director of DEME to execute the agreement necessary to effectuate this resolution.
ACCEPT RESIGNATION/GARRECHT/JUSTICE COURT
19. Accept with regret the resignation of Jessica Garrecht, Senior Clerk Typist, Orangetown Justice Court, effective 11/10/2017.
• Michael Houghton, Nyack
• Dennis R. Guiry, father of Kate Murphy, Justice Court
• James Walsh, Orangeburg, NY
• Eileen Schlag, former Orangetown Personnel Administrator