August Board Meeting

 

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Charleston Town Board was held August 16,2017 at 7:30p.m. Following a salute to the flag, the meeting was opened with a prayer offered by Tim Sutton. Roll call was held. Present were Councilperson Ferguson, Bivins, McMullen and Supervisor Sullivan. Councilperson Orzolek came after roll call.

 

Residents present were David Weiner, Robert Harris Assessor, John Scrima and Jon Benelli.

 

Public –

 

Reports

Youth –

Court –

Assessor-

Dog Control Office- report on file 8/17

Building Code Office –

Highway – report on file8/17

Supervisor – Revenue/Appropriation Analysis Report, Trial Balance 1/1/17 to 12/31/17, Checking balance

Planning Board –

 

A motion was made by Councilperson McMullen to accept minutes of regular monthly meeting July 19,2017, as written. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Sullivan. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Old Business

  • NYSERDA –

 

New Business

  • Budget request forms delivered to dept. heads
  • Set a date for hearing for local law on flood control

date Sept. 20.2017 at7:15

  • Justice Accident
  • Broadband Update

 

Bills paid before meeting:

Frontier           $343.92

National Grid   $413.34

Gorman Bros.   $20,534.49

 

Res: 47-2017 Resolution to Amend Budget Lines and Make Appropriate transfers to Highway Budget in

Highway Fund

Councilperson McMullen/Councilperson Orzolek (5-0)

 

Res.48-2017 Resolution to Amend Budget Lines and Make Appropriate Transfers to Operating Budget in

General Fund

Councilperson Mc Mullen/Councilperson Orzolek (5-0)

 

Res.49-2017 Resolution to Amend Budget Lines and Make Appropriate Transfers to Operating Budget

General Fund (5-0)

Councilperson McMullen/Councilperson Ferguson

 

Res.50-2017 Resolution to Approve Justice Grant Application

Councilperson McMullen/Councilperson Orzolek (5-0)

 

 

VOUCHER                    AMOUNT

General                     20 bills                          $  8,455.88

Highway                  16 bills                          $ 20,786.71

 

RES ;51-2017

By  Councilperson McMullen Seconded by Councilperson Ferguson

Resolution to Pay Monthly Bills:

 

WHEREAS; all vouchers have been audited by town board and found to be proper claim,

BE IT NOW RESOLVED; that the supervisor is authorized to pay claims as presented. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Motion was made by Councilperson Ferguson to adjourn the meeting. This motion was seconded by Councilperson McMullen the meeting was then adjourned. (5-0)

 

DATED____________________

 

SIGNED____________________

SUPERVISOR __________________________

 

COUNCILPERSON______________________                  COUNCILPERSON______________________

 

COUNCILPERSON ______________________                 COUNCILPERSON______________________

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July Board Meeting Minutes

 

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Charleston Town Board was held July 19,2017 at 7:30p.m. Following a salute to the flag, the meeting was opened with a moment of silence. Roll call was held. Present were Councilperson Ferguson, Orzolek, Bivins, McMullen and Supervisor Sullivan. A prayer was offered by pastor Popp who came after roll call.

 

Residents present were Pastor Popp,  David Weiner Robert Harris Assessor, Judge Lamphaer

 

Public –

 

Reports

Youth

Court -Board looked at the judge monthly reports ,check book and signed them July 1,2016 to June 31.2017

Assessor-

Dog Control Office- report on file 7/17

Building Code Office –report on file7/17

Highway – report on file7/17

Supervisor – Revenue/Appropriation Analysis Report , Trail Balance 1/1/17 to 12/31/17, Checking balance

Planning Board –

 

Communication -Craig Bell- reducing the speed limit on Corbin Hill Road

 

A motion was made by Councilperson Orzolek to accept minutes of regular monthly meeting June21,2017, as written. This motion was seconded by Councilperson McMullen. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Old Business

  • Justice Court Security System –
  • Speed Limit-request submitted for Corbin Hill Road
  • Broad band

New Business

  • Audit of Justice report
  • John Deere Loader
  • Shared Service
  • NYSERDA Discussion

 

Bills paid before meeting:

Frontier           $550.25

National Grid   $304.34

U.S. Postmaster $380.55

 

Res: 45-2017 Resolution  to Accept Local Court recorders for Audit Effect Year Ending 6/30/2017

Councilperson McMullen/Councilperson Bivins (5-0)

VOUCHER                    AMOUNT

General                     22 bills                          $ 10129.82

Highway                   17 bills                          $ 17,403.21

 

RES ;46-2017

By  Councilperson Bivins Seconded by Councilperson McMullen

Resolution to Pay Monthly Bills:

 

WHEREAS; all vouchers have been audited by town board and found to be proper claim,

BE IT NOW RESOLVED; that the supervisor is authorized to pay claims as presented. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Motion was made by Councilperson McMullen to adjourn the meeting. This motion was seconded by Councilperson Bivins the meeting was then adjourned. (5-0)

 

DATED____________________

 

SIGNED____________________

SUPERVISOR __________________________

 

COUNCILPERSON______________________                  COUNCILPERSON______________________

 

COUNCILPERSON ______________________                 COUNCILPERSON______________________

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June Board Meeting Minutes

 

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Charleston Town Board was held June 21,2017 at 7:30p.m. Following a salute to the flag, the meeting was opened with a prayer offered by Pastor Popp. Roll call was held. Present were Councilperson Ferguson, Orzolek, Bivins, McMullen and Supervisor Sullivan.

 

Residents present were Pastor Popp, Cliff Dorrough Code officer,Tim Sutton, Dewey and Arlene Bell, David Weiner, Virgil and Betty Rose, Robert Harris Assessor and Jon Benelli.

 

Public –

 

Reports

Youth

Court

Assessor-

Dog Control Office- report on file 6/17

Building Code Office –report on file 6/17

Highway – report on file 6/17

Supervisor –

Planning Board –

 

Communication -Craig Bell- reducing the speed limit on Corbin Hill Road

 

A motion was made by Councilperson Orzolek to accept minutes of regular monthly meeting May 17,2017, as written. This motion was seconded by Supervisor Sullivan. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Old Business

  • Justice Court Security System –
  • Gradall is done
  • Asbestos- no asbestos in the building

 

New Business

  • Speed limit reduction for Cobin Hill Road
  • Youth Event on July 11,.2017 at the Annex Building
  • Lightning Damage -phone, air condition, justice security
  • John Deere Loader
  • Thomas Burbine

 

Bills paid before meeting:

Frontier           $344.75

National Grid   $352.84

 

 

Res: 35-2017 Resolution  Supporting the Development of a Consolidated Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance and

Repair Facility         McMullen/Bivins  (5-0)

 

Res: 36-2017 Resolution  Supporting the Modernization  of Property Assessment  Practices within Montgomery

County and its Constituent Municipalities  McMullen/Bivins   (5-0)

 

RES:37-2017 Resolution Supporting the Municipal  Consolidation Efficiency Plan as Submitted By Montgomery

County ans its Constituent Municipalities    Bivins/McMullen (5-0)

 

RES:38-2017 Resolution Supporting the Creation of a Modern Joint Court Facility in the Former Beech-Nut Plant

and Expressing the Desire to Participate in the Project   Bivins /McMullen (5-0)

 

RES:39-2017 Resolution Supporting the Enhancement of Municipal and Cop8nty it Capacity and the

Implementation of Electronic Records Management Systems    Orzolek/Ferguson  (5-0)

 

RES; 40-2017 Resolution to Accept Moving Contract with Montgomery County   Orzolek/Ferguson (5-0)

 

RES: 41-2017 Resolution to Amend Budget Line and Make Appropriate Transfer

to Operating Budget in General Fund       Orzolek/McMullen (5-0)

 

RES: 42-2017 Resolution to Purchase a John Deere 544K Loader

Bivins/McMullen (5-0)

 

RES;43-2017 Resolution to Reducing the Speed Limit on Corbin Hill Road

Supervisor Sullivan/McMullen (5-0)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VOUCHER                    AMOUNT

General                     20 bills                          $ 7,929.93

Highway                   22 bills                        $ 28,032.22

 

RES ;44-2017

By  Councilperson McMullen Seconded by Councilperson Bivins

Resolution to Pay Monthly Bills:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHEREAS; all vouchers have been audited by town board and found to be proper claim,

BE IT NOW RESOLVED; that the supervisor is authorized to pay claims as presented. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Motion was made by Councilperson Bivins to adjourn the meeting. This motion was seconded by Councilperson McMullen the meeting was then adjourned. (5-0)

 

DATED____________________

 

SIGNED____________________

SUPERVISOR __________________________

 

COUNCILPERSON______________________                  COUNCILPERSON______________________

 

COUNCILPERSON ______________________                 COUNCILPERSON______________________

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Town of Charleston Building Permit

A copy of the Town of Charleston Building Permit is now available on line.

 

TOWN OF CHARLESTON

Building Department Application

Code Enforcement Officer

Cell 518 774 6650

DATE________________                                                                                                          No._______

Date you intend to begin building________________________________________________

Home Phone #____________________________Business Phone #______________________

Applicant’s Address________________________________________________________________

Name of Owner___________________________________________________________________

Address if Different from above______________________________________________________

Phone number____________________________________________________________________

SBL #____________________________________________________________________________

Proposed Project___________________________________________________________________

Value of Project $___________________________________________________________________

Location of Property_________________________________________________________________

Location of building on property-Attach a drawing or prints to this application_________________________________________________________________________

Are you installing a new septic system? YES_________NO___________

Are your replacing an existing septic system? YES___________NO___________

If the answer is yes to either of the two questions above a percolation test is required (an application is available for the County Soil and Water) A site plan giving details of the entire system with distances from open water, wells or wet lands as well as property lines and water pipes is also required.

 

Name of Principal Contractor_________________________________________________________

Address__________________________________________________________________________

Contractor’s phone number___________________________________

Contractor’s Workman’s Compensation Insurance Company and Number________________________

Is this a commercial project? (Example: Dwellings you intend to rent, sell or use as a place of business? ) YES______________NO_______________

Name and address of architect or engineer _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Phone number_____________________________

 

APPLICANT: Must compete 1-15 when applicable

  1. Location or property:____________________________________________________
  2. Tax Map # (SBL#)____________________________
  3. Zone District________________________________
  4. Existing us of property_________________________________________Intended use of property_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  5. Nature of work:

New Building_____________Removal/Demolition______________

Repair__________________Alteration______________________

Addition________________(Single) Mobile Home____________

Other_________________Home: Stick Built_________________

Septic_________________

Modular_______________Double Wide___________________

 

  1. Estimated Cost of Project$_________________________
  2. If multiple Dwellings:
  3. Number of dwellings______Units__________
  4. Number of bedrooms___________
  5. Number of floors_______________

 

  1. If Mobile home: New Installation YES__________NO___________
  2. If Garage # of car(s)________________
  3. If business, commercial or mixed occupancy, specify nature and extent of each type of use:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  4. Dimensions of existing structures if alteration or additions are made:

Depth___________________ Height___________________Front______________

Rear____________________Number of stories_____________

 

  1. Dimensions of new construction: Including mobile home): Depth_____________Height_____________Front_____________

Rear__________________Number of stories_____________

 

  1. Size of lot: Front___________Rear______________Depth____________

Acre(s)______________

  1. Distance from nearest adjacent building:

Left side__________________Right side____________Rear______________

 

  1. Distance from nearest adjacent property:

Left side____________Right side______________Rear___________

BELOW DRAW AS REQUIRED

  1. Start with streets/road names
  2. Indicate interior or corner lots
  3. Show all building existing/proposed
  4. Indicate all dimensions from surrounding property lines
  5. Show location of sewage/water system in relations to structure (s)
  6. Show location of septic system to water sources, (wells, streams, etc)
  7. Water Test approval is required
  8. Show elevation views in regards to building/alteration/additions…

 

BE AWARE THAT ANY NEW BUIDLING PROPJECT OF MORE THAN 1500 SUARE FEET OF LIVING AREA MUST HAVE THE SEAL OR STAMP OF A NEW YORK STATE CERTIFIED ARCHITECT OR ENGINEER ON BUILDING PLANS.

Will you be installing a heating system YES___________NO______________

What Type ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

What type of foundation will you have __________________________________________

Will you have electricity YES___________________NO_____________________

 

Remember if you install electricity or add to the present electrical system, you will need an approved electrical underwriter to inspect the finished product before being issued a certificate of occupancy or compliance.

What type of R-Value insulation will you be using?

Walls______________Ceiling___________Floors_____________

  • Along with this application 3 sets of plans or blue prints must be submitted. These plans should include the following in either diagram or text form, building elevation, plumbing plan, window types and sizes, cross section showing foundation details, location of primary and secondary heating systems (include chimney), interior and exterior wall construction, electrical layout, exterior grade elevations, door locations and types and sizes, roof snow loan d and floor live loads.
  • Application is hereby made to the code enforcement officer of the Town of Charleston for a building permit. The applicant certifies that the above statements are true and agree the issuance of the permit is based on the accuracy thereof. False statements made herein are punishable as a Class A misdemeanor or pursuant to the section 201.45 of the penal law. As a condition to the issuance of a permit, the applicant accepts full responsibility for all damages, direct or indirect, or whatever nature and by whoever suffered, arising out of the project described herein and agrees to indemnify and save harmless the Town of Charleston from suits, actions damages and costs of every name and descriptions resulting from the said project. Further, the applicant agrees the issuance of a permit is not to be interpreted as guarantee of freedom from risk of future flooding or conformity with other codes and regulations not promulgated by the Town of Charleston.

_____________________________________________________________________________________

DATE_______________Signature of applicant________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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May Board Meeting Minutes and Public Hearing

A public hearing was held on May 17,2017 at 7:15p.m. On Local Law No.2 of 2017, Regulation of Public Assemblies. Board members present were Councilperson Ferguson, McMullen and Supervisor Sullivan. Councilperson Orzolek and Councilperson Bivins were absent. All person or persons were heard for or against said local law.

 

Councilperson__________________                                           Dated__________________

Councilperson__________________                                           Signed__________________

Councilperson__________________                                           Supervisor_______________

Councilperson__________________

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Charleston Town Board was held May 17,2017 at 7:30p.m. Following a salute to the flag, the meeting was opened with a prayer offered by Pastor Popp. Roll call was held. Present were Councilperson Ferguson, McMullen and Supervisor Sullivan. Councilperson Orzolek and Councilperson Bivins were absent.

 

Residents present were Joe Fitzpatrick,Pastor Popp, John Scrima, Cliff Dorrough Code officer,Norman Paulson and Jon Benelli.

 

Public –   378 letters went out for the Memorial Day Parade 5/29/17 at 4:00pm,children parade first, free food. Carnival for the children, fire department donation of ice cream for sundaes

A Fonda Fultonville student attended the meeting asked about a speed limit for Brand Road

Reports

Youth

Court

Assessor-

Dog Control Office-

Building Code Office –report on file 5-17

Highway – report on file 5/17

Supervisor –

Planning Board –

 

Communication -letter from the State of New York Uniform  Court System Audit of court records

 

A motion was made by Councilperson McMullen to accept minutes of regular monthly meeting April 19,2017, and the  public hearing as written. This motion was seconded by Councilperson Ferguson. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (3-0)

 

Old Business

  • Justice Court Security System – Complete except for the monitoring of panic button

setup $895.00,per year is $250.00

  • Gradall is done
  • Public Hearing on Local Law No. 2 of 2017 Regulating of Public Assemblies on May 17,2017 at

7:15p.m.

  • Mountain Madness -3 events planned this year

June 16,17,18, July 14,15,16 and Aug.25,26,27 permits will be issued the Thursday before event

New Business

  • Youth Contribution from the County
  • Asbestos Inspection
  • Justice report

 

Bills paid before meeting:

Frontier           $341.75

National Grid   $341.73

Walmart           $310.64

 

Res: 33-2017 Resolution  to Adopt  Local Law No.2 of 2017 Regulation of Public Assemblies

Supervisor Sullivan/McMullen (3-0)

 

 

Res: 34-2017 Resolution  to Auction the JD544K Loader at Auctions International

McMullen/Ferguson (3-0)

 

VOUCHER                    AMOUNT

General                     16 bills                          $ 27,445.04

Highway                   13 bills                          $ 14,536.41

 

RES 35-2017

By  Councilperson McMullen Seconded by Councilperson Ferguson

Resolution to Pay Monthly Bills:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHEREAS; all vouchers have been audited by town board and found to be proper claim,

BE IT NOW RESOLVED; that the supervisor is authorized to pay claims as presented. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (3-0)

 

Motion was made by Councilperson McMullen to adjourn the meeting. This motion was seconded by Councilperson Ferguson the meeting was then adjourned. (3-0)

 

DATED____________________

 

SIGNED____________________

SUPERVISOR __________________________

 

COUNCILPERSON______________________                  COUNCILPERSON______________________

 

COUNCILPERSON ______________________                 COUNCILPERSON______________________

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April Board Meeting Minutes and Public Hearings

A public hearing was held on April 19,2017 at 7:00p.m. On Local Law No.1 of 2017 An Act Regulating the use of Town Roads in Connection with Logging or Lumbering Operations. Board members present were Councilperson Ferguson, Orzolek, McMullen and Supervisor Sullivan. All person or persons were heard for or against said local law.

 

Councilperson__________________                                           Dated__________________

Councilperson__________________                                           Signed__________________

Councilperson__________________                                           Supervisor_______________

Councilperson__________________

 

 

A public hearing was held on April 19,2017 at 7:15p.m.on Local Law No.2 of 2017 Regulations of Public Assemblies. Board members present were Councilperson Ferguson,Orzolek,McMullen and Supervisor Sullivan. All person or persons were heard for or against said local law.

 

Councilperson____________________                                   Dated___________________

Councilperson____________________                                   Signed__________________

Councilperson____________________                                   Supervisor_______________

Councilperson_____________________

 

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Charleston Town Board was held April 19,2017 at 7:30p.m. Following a salute to the flag, the meeting was opened with a prayer offered by Pastor Popp Roll call was held. Present were Councilperson Ferguson, Orzolek, Bivins, McMullen and Supervisor Sullivan.

 

Residents present were Joe Fitzpatrick,Pastor Popp, Tim Sutton, James and Robert Laffety,John Hotaling and John Scrima.

 

Public – Town resident said other resident has been harassing him about the care of his animals (food, shelter,water)

Reports

Youth Com. – Easter Party April 16,2017,gong to the moves on April 20,2017

Court –a security system for court is finish

Assessor-

Dog Control Office-

Building Code Office –report is filed 4-17

Highway –

Supervisor –

Planning Board –

 

A motion was made by Councilperson Orzolek to accept minutes of regular monthly meeting Feburary15,2017 as written,   This motion was seconded by Councilperson Ferguson. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Dan Sullivan spoke about Benchmarker Policy-working on a grant for $50,00.00-new windows, insulation for the building

 

Old Business

  • Justice Court Security System – Complete except for the monitoring of panic button

setup $895.00,per year is $250.00

  • Building Code 2016 changes
  • Broadband
  • Gradall – update
  • Public Hearing on Local Law No.1 of 2017 An Act regulating the use of town roads in connection with logging or lumbering operations on April 19, 2017 at 7:0p.m.
  • Public Hearing on Local Law No.2 of 2017 Regulations of Public Assemblies on April 19,2017 at 7:15p.m.

New Business

  • No Youth Program this Summer
  • Dog Control report Satisfactory
  • Insurance
  • New Public Hearing on Local Law No. of  2 of 2017

May 17, 2017 at 7:15  PM

 

Bills paid before meeting:

Frontier           $442.98

National Grid   $343.00

USPO             $610.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Res: 28-2017 Resolution Adopting Energy Benchmarking Policy Requirements for Certain Municipal Building in the

Town of Charleston

Bivins/McMullen (5-0)

 

Res: 29-2017 Resolution to Unified Solar Photovoltuc

Bivins/McMullen (5-0)

 

Res:30-2017 Resolution to Amend Budget Lines and Make Appropriate Transfer to

Operating Budget in Highway Fund

Bivins/McMullen   (5-0)

 

Res:31-2017  Resolution to Accept Local Law No.1 of 2017 An Act Regulating the use of Town Roads in

Connection with Logging or Lumbering Operations

McMullen/Bivins (-)

 

 

A motion was made to go into executive session by Councilperson McMullen. This motion was seconded bu Councilperson Bivins.

 

A motion was made by Councilperson McMullen to go back into the regular monthly meeting. This motion was seconded by Councilperson Bivins.

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ACCOUNT              VOUCHER                    AMOUNT

General                     28 bills                          $ 8.012.94

Highway                   30 bills                          $36,735.52

RES 32-2017

By Councilperson McMullen Seconded by Councilperson Bivins

Resolution to Pay Monthly Bills:

 

WHEREAS; all vouchers have been audited by town board and found to be proper claim,

BE IT NOW RESOLVED; that the supervisor is authorized to pay claims as presented. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Motion was made by Councilperson McMullen to adjourn the meeting. This motion was seconded by Councilperson Bivins. The meeting was then adjourned. (5-0)

 

DATED____________________

 

SIGNED____________________

SUPERVISOR __________________________

 

COUNCILPERSON______________________                  COUNCILPERSON______________________

 

COUNCILPERSON ______________________                 COUNCILPERSON______________________

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Town of Charleston 2017 Final Assessment Roll

Pursuant to Section 516, Real Property Tax Law of the State of New York, a certified copy of the Town of Charleston 2017 Final Assessment Roll has been completed and filed with the Town Clerk and is available for public inspection.

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Real Property Tax Law 501 Notice

LEGAL NOTICE

 

In accordance with New York State Real Property Tax Law 501, notice is hereby given that the Town of Charleston Assessor has assessment inventory and valuation data available for review. This information will be available on Wednesday from 1PM to 4PM and Thursday 6pm to 9pm in the Assessors Office located at 480 Corbin Hill Rd, Sprakers, NY 12166.   Telephone number is 518-922-7844.

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2017 Organizational Meeting

 

The 2017 Organization Meeting of the Charleston Town Board was held January 4, 2017 at 7:30 pm. Following a salute to the flag, the meeting was opened with a moment of silence. Upon roll call present were Councilperson Ferguson, Orzolek, McMullen and Supervisor Sullivan. Councilperson Bivins was absent.

 

Supervisor Sullivan presents the following resolutions to the Board members.

 

RES: 1-2017 Resolution for the 2017 Operating Year

McMullen/Orzolek    (4-0)

 

RES: 2-2017 Resolution for the 2017 Operating Year

Orzolek/McMullen (4-0)

 

RES: 3-2017 Resolution for the 2017 Operating Year

McMullen/Orzolek(4-0)

 

RES: 4-2017 Resolution to Appoint liaisons to Youth, Seniors, Agriculture and Fire Depts.

McMullen/Ferguson(4-0)

 

RES: 5-2017 Resolution 2017 Contract with Ayers Shelter

Orzolek/McMullen (4-0)

 

RES; 6-2017 Resolution to Adopt a Workplace Violence Policy, Code of Ethics Policy, procurement policies and Procedure and Use of Social Media Policy and Sexual Harassment Policy

McMullen/Super. Sullivan(4-0)

 

RES; 7-2017Resolution to Pay Certain Postage and Utility Bills (National Grid and Frontier) with Proper

Approval before Warrant

McMullen/Orzolek  (4-0)

 

RES: 8-2017 Resolution to pay Certain Credit Card Bills and Justice Bills with Proper Approval before

Warrant

Orzolek/Ferguson  (4-0)

 

RES.9-2017 Resolution for the 2017 Operating Year

McMullen/Orzolek (4-0)

 

RES:10-2017 RESOLUTION for Employees Standard Work Day

McMullen/Orzolek  (4-0)

 

RES;11-2017 RESOLUTION for Reporting of Employees Standard Work Day

Orzolek/Ferguson (4-0)

 

RES:12-2017 RESOLUTION to Pay Chips Bills with Approval of Town Supervisor Prior to Formal Warrant

McMullen/Ferguson(4-0)

 

RES:13-2017 RESOLUTION TO Accept a Credit Card Policy and Investment Policy

Orzolek/Ferguson (4-0)

 

Motion was made by Councilman Orzolek to adjourn the meeting at 7:50 pm. Seconded by Councilman McMullen. Meeting was than adjourned.

 

DATED___________________

 

SIGNED __________________

 

SUPERVISOR__________________________         COUNCILMAN __________________

 

COUNCILMAN________________________           COUNCILMAN___________________

 

COUNCILMAN________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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January 2017 Board Meeting Minutes

The regular monthly meeting of the Charleston Town Board was held Jan.18,2017 at 7:30p.m. Following a salute to the flag, the meeting was opened with a prayer offered by Pastor Popp. Roll call was held. All Board members were present .

 

Residents present were, Robert Harris (Assessor), David Wiener,Cliff Dorrough (building code officer),Pastor Popp. Dianne Periard. John Scrima Robert Headwell County Legislator (come later).

 

John Scrima talked about the events he is planning for this year, Father Day weekend , a weekend in August and maybe a concert some time. He needs to have all his paper work in on time and have a paper permit issued.

Reports

Youth Com. –

Court –

Assessor- Real Property Tax Law section 487 Taxes on Solar Energy

Dog Control Office-

Building Code Office –

Highway –

Supervisor – Year -End sign off page for board with copy of actual bank statement attached

 

A motion was made by Councilperson Orzolek to accept the minutes of public hearing on Dec.21,2016 at 7:15 p.m.on   Local Law #3 of 2016, Dec.21,2016 at 7:30p.m . regular monthly meeting  minutes as written, and the organization minutes, on Jan.4,2017 at 7:30p.m.  This motion was seconded by Councilperson McMullen. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Old Business

  • Justice Court Security System -have received a grant
  • Planning Board reviewing a couple of laws
  • Replacement of lighting in January
  • Local Law No. 3 of 2016 has been filed
  • Memorial Day Parade
  • Paid for Grandall- vouche in Highway bills

New Business

  • Burtonville and Charleston Fire Contracts
  • Public Hearing on Local Law No. 1of 2017 Feb. 15,2017 @ 7:15 p.m.
  • Eastern Medical- drug testing for employees

 

Res;15-2017 Resolution to Accept Fire Contract as Written

Orzolek/Bivins (5-0)

 

Bills paid before meeting:

Frontier           $436.42

National Grid   $336.93

Walmart           $534.50      Youth

Mont.Co.         $402.75      Postage for tax bills

.

ACCOUNT              VOUCHER                    AMOUNT

General                     24 bills                        $35,259.53

Highway                   17 bills                         $51,699.27

 

RES 16-2017

By Councilperson Bivins, Seconded by Councilperson Mcmullen

Resolution to Pay Monthly Bills:

 

WHEREAS; all vouchers have been audited by town board and found to be proper claim,

BE IT NOW RESOLVED; that the supervisor is authorized to pay claims as presented. Duly adopted upon roll call, all members voting aye. (5-0)

 

Motion was made by Councilperson McMullen to adjourn the meeting. This motion was seconded by Councilperson Bivins. The meeting was then adjourned. (5-0)

 

DATED____________________

 

SIGNED____________________

SUPERVISOR __________________________

 

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COUNCILPERSON ______________________                 COUNCILPERSON______________________

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