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5.9.22 Town Board Meeting Tentative Agenda

Below is the Marion Town Board meeting Tentative Agenda for Monday, May 9, 2022.  Meeting starts at 8am in the Marion Municipal room.

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AGENDA

Monday May 9, 2022

6:30 PM           Call to Order

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance

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Discussion:

Town Business: 

  1. Bill Gauthier – EV Charging Station
  2. ARPA Funding
  3. Town Projects
  4. Stipend Cleaning Park Pavilion
  5. Night Park Supervisor

Citizens Comments:

Committees:                                             Chair                                     Co-Chair

Deputy Supervisor                                          LaVerne Bliek

Town Clerk                  Julie Herman                           Jolene Bender

Water, Sewer             Laverne Bliek            Jolene Bender

Public Safety         Ronald Lonneville                    Michael Cramer

Judicial              Michael Cramer                      Julie Herman

Library                  Julie Herman                           Michael Cramer

Parks, Recreation    Julie Herman                           Ronald Lonneville

Assessor         Jolene Bender                         Ronald Lonneville

Historian                Ronald Lonneville                   LaVerne Bliek

Zoning, Planning       Jolene Bender                     Michael Cramer

Highway                 LaVerne Bliek                          Michael Cramer

Drainage        Michael Cramer                     LaVerne Bliek

Cemetery          Michael Cramer                      Julie Herman

Code Enforcement          Ronald Lonneville                   Julie Herman

Correspondence:

Reports:

  1. Town Clerk             April 2022
  2. Accounting
  3. Money Market             April 2022
  4. Operating Statement                                                            May 2022
  5. Trial Balance                                             April 2022
  6. Marion Fire District             April 2022
  7. Assessor                                                             April 2022
  8. Code Officer                                                             NA
  9. Library                                                                                     April 2022
  10. Dog Control                                                             April 2022
  11. Justice
  12. Bonafede                                   April 2022
  13. Bender             April 2022
  14. Planning/Zoning Board

Resolutions:

  1. Approve Town Board Meeting Minutes April 11th, 18th and 25th
  2. Receive and File all Correspondence/Reports for May 9, 2022
  3. Authorize Highway Superintendent to Attend 2022 School for Highway Superintendents
  4. Authorize Town Board to Sign Agreement to Spend Highway Funds
  5. Authorize Refund for Building Permit
  6. Set Standard Workdays and Reporting for Elected Officials
  7. Amend Procurement Policy
  8. Accept Resignation of Irene Hansen Library Board Member
  9. Authorize Hiring Temporary Part-Time Secretary to CEO
  10. 10 Authorize Hiring Kayci Nevlezer as Park Pavilion Inspector and Cleaner for Park Bathroom
  11. Payment of Claims

Resolution #1 Approve Town Board Meeting Minutes April 11th, 18th and 25th

Presented by:              Moved by:                               Seconded by:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board approves April 11th, 18th and 25th, Town Board meeting minutes.

Resolution #2 Receive and File all Correspondence/Reports for May 9th, 2022

Presented by:              Moved by:                               Seconded by:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to receive and file all correspondence and reports for May 9th 2022.

Resolution #3 Authorize Highway Superintendent to Attend 2022 School for Highway Superintendents

Presented by:              Moved by:                               Seconded by:

WHEREAS, the 77th Annual School for Highway Superintendents will be conducted at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York on June 6-8, 2022.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes Timothy Boerman, Town of Marion Highway Superintendent, to attend above mentioned School for Highway Superintendents, and

THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the expenses incurred for registration, travel, lodging and meals will be paid by the Town of Marion and be appropriated from Account #50104.01 at a cost not to exceed the budgeted amount.

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to give a passed copy of this resolution to Timothy Boerman, Highway Superintendent and the Account Clerk.

Resolution #4 Authorize Town Board to Sign Agreement to Spend Highway Funds

Presented by:                          Moved by:                               Seconded by:

AGREEMENT TO SPEND HIGHWAY FUNDS

TOWN OF ___Marion   ______________

COUNTY OF ___Wayne________________

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 284 of the Highway Law, we agree that moneys levied and collected for the repair of improvements on highways, and received from the state for repair and improvement of highways shall be expended as follows:

GENERAL REPAIRS.  The sum of $ 160,531.00   may be expended for general repairs upon 45.88 miles of town highways, including sluices, culverts and bridges having a span of less than five feet and boardwalks or the renewals thereof.

IMPROVEMENTS.  The following sums shall be set aside to be expended for the improvement of town highways:

(a)        On the road commencing at _VARIOUS TOWN HIGHWAYS__ ___________

And leading to __________________________, a distance of   __6_____miles,

There shall be expended not over the sum of $_345,950.00__________________

Type___RS-2 _____ Width of Traveled Surface ___ 21  ft.______________

Thickness____________________ ___________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

(b)        On the road commencing at ___________________________________________

And leading to ___________________________, a distance of __________miles,

There shall be expended not over the sum of $____________________________

Type ____________________ Width of Traveled Surface ___________________

Thickness_________________ Subbase_________________________________         ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

(c)        On the road commencing at ___________________________________________

And leading to ___________________________, a distance of __________miles, There shall be expended not over the sum of $____________________________    Type ____________________ Width of Traveled Surface ___________________Thickness_________________ Subbase_________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Moneys set aside for such improvements shall not be expended, nor shall any work be undertaken on such improvements, until the County Superintendent approves the plans, specifications and estimates for such construction.

This agreement shall take effect when it is approved by the County Highway Superintendent of Highways.

Executed in duplicate this _______ day of _____________, 2022.

______________________________________        _____________________________________

Supervisor                     Town Justice – Councilman

______________________________________        _____________________________________

Town Justice – Councilman                            Councilman

 

______________________________________        _____________________________________

Councilman                                         Councilman

 

______________________________________        _____________________________________

Councilman                                         Councilman

 

_____________________________________

Town Highway Superintendent

Foregoing agreement is hereby approved this _______ day of _________________, 20___________.

______________________________________

County Highway Superintendent

This agreement should be signed in duplicate by a majority of the members of the Town Board and by the Town Highway Superintendent.  Copies must be approved by the County Highway Superintendent.  One copy must be filed in the Town Clerks office and one in the County Highway Superintendent’s office.  COPIES DO NOT HAVE TO BE FILED IN ALBANY.

Resolution #5 Authorize Refund for Building Permit

Presented by:              Moved by:                               Seconded by:

 WHEREAS, Marshall Exteriors obtained a building permit to construct a porch at 5445 Route 21 on 2/3/22; and

WHEREAS, the homeowner Charles Catchpole Jr, sold his home, Marshall Exteriors is requesting a refund for the permit cost of $35; and

BE IT RESOLVED, the Marion Town Board authorizes a refund in the amount of $35; and

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to Code Officer, Marshall Exteriors and the Principal Account Clerk.

Resolution #6 Set Standard Workdays and Reporting for Elected Officials

Presented by:                          Moved by:                               Seconded by:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board hereby establishes the following as standard workdays for the following elected officials and will report the following days worked to the New York State and Local Retirement System based on the record of activities maintained and submitted by these officials to the clerk of this board; and

Elected Officials

Title          Name      Standard     Term Begins/  Employee                                             Days/Months

workday           Ends                       of Record        (based on

of Time            Record of    Time Worked  Activities)

(Y/N)

Town Justice                        Samuel Bonafede   6                    1/1/22-12/31/25   N                         1.50

Town Council                       Michael Cramer     6                        1/1/22-12/31/25   N                           .75

Town Council                       Julie Herman          6                        1/1/22-12/31/25   N                           .75

Highway Superintendent     Timothy Boerman  8                        1/1/22-12/31/25   N                      26.63

Town Clerk/Tax Collector    Heidi Levan             7                        1/1/22-12/31/25   N                      21.05

AND BE IT RESOLVED, the Marion Town Board directs the clerk of the board to certify and file the appropriate paperwork with the New York State and Local Retirement System and post said resolution on the website for the Town of Marion and on the bulletin board at the Marion Town Hall for 30 days; and

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to the Principal Account Clerk.

Resolution #7 Amend Procurement Policy  

Presented by:              Moved by:                               Seconded by:

WHEREAS, the Town of Marion amends the Procurement Policy to include the following:

It is the policy of The Town of Marion to encourage minority and female-owned small businesses to bid on contracts and open market purchases.

This policy applies to all procurement and contract activities of The Town of Marion.

“Minority or female-owned small businesses” means a business enterprise:

  1. That is independently owned and operated, formed for the purpose of making a profit, and has fewer than 100 employees or less than $1,000,000 in annual gross receipts.
  2. At least 51% of which is owned or controlled by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged persons who are socially disadvantaged because of their identification as members of certain groups, including women, black Americans, Mexican-Americans and other Americans of Hispanic origin, Asian Americans, and American Indians.

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to the Principal Account Clerk.

Resolution #8 Accept Resignation of Irene Hanson from Marion Public Library Board

Presented by:              Moved by:                               Seconded by:

WHEREAS, Irene Hansen has submitted her resignation as Library Board Member effective May 1, 2022; now

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board regretfully accepts the resignation of Irene Hansen effective May 1, 2022; and

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to Irene Hansen, Tract Whitney and the Principal Account Clerk.

Resolution #9 Authorize Hiring Temporary Part-Time Secretary to the CEO

Presented by:              Moved by:                               Seconded by:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes hiring Annette Lange as temporary part-time secretary to the CEO for a maximum of 5 hours per week at the rate of $16.00 per hour to be appropriated from Account #80101.1.0.102, not to exceed budgeted amount; and

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to the Annette Lange and the Principal Account Clerk.

Resolution #10 Authorize Hiring Kayci Nevlezer as Park Pavilion Inspector and Cleaner for Park Bathroom

Presented by:              Moved by:                               Seconded by:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes hiring Kayci Nevlezer as Park Pavilion Inspector and Cleaner for the Park Bathrooms at a rate of $16.02 per hour with a minimum of 1 hour of pay for each inspection and cleaning of the bathrooms; and

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to the Kayci Nevlezer and the Principal Account Clerk.

Resolution #11 Payment of Claims

Presented by:              Moved by:                               Seconded by:

WHEREAS, the Marion Town Board has received and audited the following claims: now

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Supervisor is hereby authorized to pay said claims upon receipt of the signed abstracts of audited claims from the Town Clerk.

 Abstract                      

General                 18,795.61                                                                       Highway                15,172.74

Library                                                    1,442.16

Water                                                            0.00

Sewer                                                     3,133.77

Street Lighting                                               0.00

Drainage                                                    550.00

Arbor Road                                             2,523.00

ARPA                                                    10,689.85

Trust & Agency                                       2,443.44

Total                                                   $54,750.57

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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