TOWN BOARD Meeting Notes

Marion Municipal Room

Monday, October 7, 2019

 

A Special Town Board Meeting of the Town of Marion, Wayne County, NY was held on

Monday, October 7, 2019 in the Marion Municipal Room.

 

PRESENT:         Nick Deming, Supervisor

Joan Fisher, Councilwoman

Ronald Lonneville, Councilman

Debbie Smith, Councilwoman

LaVern Bliek, Councilman

 

ABSENT:

 

OTHERS IN ATTENDANCE: Judy Casler; John Lonneville; Bill Cooney; Perry Howland; Kathy Cauwels; Caryn Devlin; Jeff Cragg; Tim Boerman; Jody Bender; Hanna Rotach; Alejandra Vargas; Angela Patterson; Duane Smeatin.

Supervisor Deming called the meeting to order at 4:00pm and asked for a roll call.

Councilman Lonneville started the Pledge of Allegiance.

Public Comment:

Bill Cooney, Pioneer Gas Engine Association, addressed the board regarding the Pioneer Gas Engine Association show in July of 2019.  The New York State Department of Health stopped in and expressed their concern that the Town of Marion did not have a permit for overnight camping.  The Pioneer Gas Engine Association is willing to pay for a permit for 2020.  The Town of Marion will look into a permit and get back to the Pioneer Gas Engine Association.  The next Pioneer Gas Engine Association event in Marion will be held July 24 & 25th, 2020 at the Marion Town Park.

Judy Casler from the Marion Event Organization spoke next.  She would like to reserve the Marion Town Park on September 12, 2020 to be used for parking for the Marion Fall Festival.  The Town Board all agreed to this and will pass a resolution at the next Town Board Meeting to reserve the park at no charge for the Marion Events Organization.

Caryn Devlin, Marion Historian, spoke next regarding the survey that the Marion Town Board is actively collecting.  The survey can be filled out via a paper copy and returned to the Town Clerk’s Office or it can be completed online using an online survey form called, Surveymonkey.  Ms. Devlin is concerned that the survey can be completed within someone’s home if they have more than one device.  An example if one person has 3 different devices such as an iphone, tablet, and tablet – the same person could fill out the survey 3 times and in turn making the survey unfair.  Town Clerk, Heidi Levan pointed out that people could make paper copies of the survey that was sent home and fill that out more than once as well.  The Town Board spoke up and stated that this survey was just to give the Town Board an idea as to where taxpayer dollars should be spent in the future.

 

Town Business: 

 

Supervisor Deming spoke regarding LED Lighting for the Town of Marion.  Supervisor Deming is hoping to get this project started to help save the Town of Marion money.

 

The Town of Marion did receive a letter from New York State Department of Transportation.  They have completed their review of the request to lower the speed limit on Sunset Drive.  They have determined that a reduction of the speed limit is not warranted at this time.  The Town Board has asked the Town Clerk to send a copy of this correspondence to the resident who request the study to be done.

 

The Town Board worked again on the 2020 budget for the Town of Marion.  Discussions were had regarding sealing of municipal owned parking lots, upgrading accounting software, funds for the Marion Events organization, museum, and upgrade to the Town Park.

 

Committee Reports:

 

Supervisor Deming:  Water, Sewer, Town Clerk

Supervisor Deming asked Town Clerk, Heidi Levan to give an update on the Town Clerk’s Office.  Ms. Levan stated the Town Clerk’s office was very busy the month of September between collecting School Tax payments and selling hunting licenses for the NYS DEC.

 

Councilman Lonneville:  Deputy Supervisor, Historian, Zoning & Planning

Councilman Lonneville stated that Tom Salviski is still working on restoring the store fronts on South Main Street.  Councilman Lonneville also stated that the ramp and apron at the museum will be worked on in the next week.  Councilman Lonneville also reminded everyone at the joint Town Board meeting, Town Zoning Board and Town Planning Board will be meeting on Wednesday, October 16th at the American Legion at 6:30pm.

 

Councilwoman Smith:  Public Safety, Judicial, Library

Councilwoman Smith stated that the Marion Town Court heard 26 cases in September 2019.  Councilwoman Smith also talked about the Marion Public Library.  The library is participating in the Great Give Back Day. On October 19, 2019, the library will be collecting donations for the Wayne County Humane Society.  For more information on the Great Give Back Day, please check out the Marion Library website.

 

Councilwoman Fisher: Parks, Recreation, Assessor

Councilwoman Fisher stated that 5th & 6th grade basketball registration has started.  Adult basketball, formally known at Men’s basketball, will also soon be starting.  This program is a co-ed program.

Councilman Fisher spoke next about the Marion Town Park.  The Town Park needs upgrading.  There are lots of weeds under the playground sets.  The weeds need to be removed and chips need to be added.

Councilman Fisher is still waiting on bids for the Tennis Counts to be repaired.

 

Councilman Bliek: Highway, Drainage

Councilman Bliek asked Town Highway Superintendent, Tim Boerman to speak regarding the Highway department.  The Highway department has just finished oil & stoning roads in Marion.  The roadside mowing is about complete for the year and the Highway crew is currently starting to haul sand for the winter months.

 

 

Correspondence:

  1. DOT regarding Sunset Drive

 

Reports:

  1. Town Clerk September 2019
  2. a. Operating Statement October 2019
  3. Money Market September 2019
  4. Trial Balance September 2019
  5. Marion Fire District September 2019
  6. Assessor                                                                                              Not Available
  7. Code Officer September 2019
  8. Library September 2019
  9. Dog Control September 2019
  10. a. Bonafede September 2019
  11. Bender September 2019

 

Resolutions:

  1. Approve September 9th, 16th, and 23rd 2019 Town Board Meeting Minutes
  2. Receive and File all Correspondence/Reports for October 7th, 2019
  3. Authorize Speed Limit Survey for Gildersleeve Road
  4. Authorize Supervisor to Sign all Necessary Documents to Apply for a Grant through the Justice Court Grant Assistance Program
  5. Authorize Establishment of Reserve Account for the Purpose of Maintenance of Municipal Owned Parking Lots
  6. Authorize Code Officer to Solicit Proposals for an Elevator at the Marion Museum
  7. Award bid to Order and Install Elevator at the Town of Marion Museum to ACCESS Commercial Vertical Platform Lift
  8. Authorize Supervisor to Sign the Access Commercial Vertical Platform Lift Estimate
  9. Authorize Public Hearing 2020 Budget
  10. Authorize Supervisor to Sign Agreement with Troy and Banks for Utility Audit
  11. Authorize 2019 Subsidiary Transfer
  12. Authorize E & V Energy Corp. as Fuel Oil Provider for WWTP for 2020
  13. Authorize Jeff Cragg to Sign Preventative Maintenance Agreement with Fleming Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
  14. Authorize Supervisor to Sign Restore NY Grant Disbursement Agreement
  15. Resolution #15 Award Bid to Rogiers Masonry to Pour a Handicap Concrete Apron and Ramp at the Museum
  16. Award Bid to Rogiers Masonry to Pour a Sidewalk and Pad at the Museum
  17. Payment Disbursement for Memorial Garden
  18. Transfer Funds from Contingent Account to Restore NY Expense Account
  19. Payment of Claims

 

Resolution #100119 Approve September 9th, 16th, and 23rd 2019 Town Board Meeting Minutes

On a motion by Councilman Lonneville and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board approves the September 9th, 16th, and 23rd 2019, Town Board meeting minutes.

 

Resolution #100219 Receive and File all Correspondence/Reports for October 7th, 2019

 

On a motion by Councilwoman Smith and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to receive and file all correspondence and reports for October 7th, 2019.

 

Resolution #100319 AUTHORIZE SPEED LIMIT SURVEY FOR GILDERSLEEVE ROAD

 

On a motion by Councilman Lonneville and seconded by Councilwoman Smith

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  4          Bliek, Deming, Lonneville, Smith

Fisher – Abstained

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

 

WHEREAS, the Marion Town Board has received a request for a speed limit survey on Gildersleeve Road from resident, William VanDeweghe; now

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to petition the Wayne County Highway Department and the New York State Department of Transportation to conduct a speed limit survey of Gildersleeve Rd; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to send a copy of this resolution to William VanDeweghe, Wayne County Highway Department, NYS Department of Transportation and Marion Highway Department

 

Resolution #100419 Authorize Supervisor to Sign all Necessary Documents to Apply for a Grant Through the Justice Court Grant Assistance Program

 

On a motion by Councilwoman Smith and seconded by Councilman Bliek

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

 

WHEREAS, the Justice Court for the Town of Marion is preparing an application for the Justice Court Assistance Program Grant (JCAP) for the purchase of a small registration table, carpeting, seating and lighting for the Courtroom; now

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes the Marion Town Court to submit of an application for the Justice Court Assistance Program Grant (JCAP) for the 2019-20 Grant Cycle  to up $30,000 for the purchase of a small registration table, carpeting, and seating for the Courtroom; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes the Supervisor to sign all necessary documents regarding said grant; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to give a certified copy of this resolution to the Justice Court Clerk.

 

Resolution #100519 Authorize Establishment of Reserve Account For The Purpose of Maintenance of Municipal Owned Parking Lots

 

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Long Roll:

Councilman LaVern Bliek – Naye

Councilwoman Fisher – Aye

Councilman Lonneville – Aye

Councilwoman Smith – Aye

Supervisor Deming – Naye

Ayes: 3

Nayes:  2

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

RESOLVED that pursuant to Section 6-c of the General Municipal Law, as amended, there is hereby established a capital reserve fund to be known as Parking Lot Reserve Fund in General and Library Funds.  The purpose of this Reserve Fund is to accumulate moneys to finance the cost of maintenance of Municipal owned parking lots.  The chief fiscal officer is hereby directed to deposit and secure the moneys of this Reserve Fund in the manner provided by Section 10 of the General Municipal Law.  The Chief Fiscal Officer shall account for the Reserve Fund in a manner which maintains the separate identity of the Reserve Fund.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED except otherwise provided by law, expenditures from this Reserve Fund shall be made only for the purpose for which the Reserve Fund is established.  No expenditure shall be made from the Reserve Fund without approval of this governing board and such additional actions or proceedings as may be required by Section 6-c of the General Municipal Law.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to the Principal Account Clerk

 

Resolution #100619 Authorize Code Officer to Solicit Proposals for an Elevator at the Marion Museum

 

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Long Roll:

Councilman LaVern Bliek – Aye

Councilwoman Fisher – Aye

Councilman Lonneville – Aye

Councilwoman Smith – Aye

Supervisor Deming – Aye

Ayes: 5

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes the Code Officer to solicit bids for an elevator at the Marion Museum; and

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to Duane Smeatin and the Principal Account Clerk.

 

Resolution #100719 Award bid to Order and Install Elevator at the Town of Marion Museum to ACCESS Commercial Vertical Platform Lift

 

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Long Roll:

Councilman LaVern Bliek – Aye

Councilwoman Fisher – Aye

Councilman Lonneville – Aye

Councilwoman Smith – Aye

Supervisor Deming – Aye

Ayes: 5

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

WHEREAS, the Code Officer was authorized to solicit proposals for an elevator at the Marion Museum; and

 

WHEREAS the Code Officer reviewed all bids received and has recommended accepting the bid received from Access Commercial Vertical Platform Lift; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board awards the bid to Access Commercial Vertical Platform Lift for an amount not to exceed $20684.00 to be expensed as follows:

 

75204.01.000.096 Historical Property Addition/Improvement         $16986.50

75204.01.000.213 CDBG                                                                          $  3697.50

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to Code Officer and the Principal Account Clerk.

 

Resolution #100819 Authorize Supervisor to Sign The Access Commercial Vertical Platform Lift Estimate

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Long Roll:

Councilman LaVern Bliek – Aye

Councilwoman Fisher – Aye

Councilman Lonneville – Aye

Councilwoman Smith – Aye

Supervisor Deming – Aye

Ayes: 5

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes the Supervisor to sign the ACCESS Commercial Vertical Platform Lift Estimate to be appropriated out of accounts 75204.01.000.096 Historical Property Addition/Improvement           $16986.50 and 75204.01.000.213 CDBG                                                                        $  3697.50; 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 and the Code Officer.

 

Resolution #100919 Authorize Public Hearing 2020 Budget

 

On a motion by Councilman Lonneville and seconded by Councilwoman Smith

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to advertise the following in the legal newspaper for the Town of Marion:

 

NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Town Board of the Town of Marion will meet and review said budget and hold a Public Hearing on October 28, 2019 @ 6:45 PM at the Marion Municipal Room, 3825 N. Main Street, Marion, New York, at which time and place any persons may be heard in favor or against any items;

 

WHEREAS, pursuant to Town Law, the proposed salaries of the following officers are hereby specified as follows:

 

Highway Superintendent                                            $60593.00

Town Clerk                                                                  $39975.00

Registrar of Vital Statistics                                          $    600.00

Town Justice – (2) each @                                          $14638.00

Supervisor                                                                   $26567.00

Budget Officer                                                           $    655.00

Councilman – (4) each @                                            $  4807.25

Deputy Supervisor                                                      $  1010.00

 

AND BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to all Department Heads.

 

Resolution #101019 Authorize Supervisor to Sign Agreement with Troy and Banks for Utility Audit

 

On a motion by Councilman Lonneville and seconded by Councilwoman Smith

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes the Supervisor  to sign the agreement with Troy & Banks for a utility audit; and

 

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

 

Resolution #101119 Authorize 2019 Subsidiary Transfer

 

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilwoman Smith

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board approves the following 2019 subsidiary transfer:

 

Account#                      Description                                                      Debit               Credit

From                          

11104.01.000.017       Stenographer                                                    26.24

16204.01.000.043       Carpet Cleaning                                              375.06

401.30

 

To

11104.01.000.018       Phone                                                                                           26.24

16204.01.000.044       Gas & Electric                                                                              78.65

90508.01.000.000       Unemployment Insurance                                                         296.41

401.30

From                             

71104.01.000.078       Insect Control                                                  114.65

71104.01.000.079       Gravel/Sand Mix                                           1085.58

73101.01.000.081       Head Counselor                                               255.61

73101.01.000.082       Park Supervisor                                                 54.80

73101.01.000.084       Basketball Supervisor                                            .68

73101.01.000.192       Baseball Supervisor                                               .08

73102.01.000.087       Soccer                                                             928.00

73102.01.000.199       Fall Ball                                                          2500.00

4939.40

To

71104.01.000.066        Gasoline Tractor                                                                           15.20

73104.01.000.093       Youth Programs                                                                       3159.70

73104.01.000.095       Field Trips                                                                                 1764.50

4939.40                                                                                                                                                                  

 

 

 

 

Account#                      Description                                                      Increase          Decrease

From                             

75104.01.000.005       Postage                                                             16.00

75104.01.000.015       Publications                                                      20.00

75104.01.000.028       Office Supplies                                                  21.00

57.00

To

75104.01.000.027       Dues                                                                                           57.00

 

From                          

51121.03.000.113       Permanent Improvement (Ford)                    195.28

51121.03.000.115       Permanent Improvement (Phillips)                686.03

51304.03.000.136       Machinery Gas & Oil                                       144.08

1025.39

To

51101.03.000.113       General Repairs (Ford)                                                                195.28

51101.03.000.115       General Repairs (Phillips)                                                            686.03

51304.03.000.138       Shop Supplies                                                                              144.08

1025.39

 

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 #101219 Authorize E & V Energy Corp. as Fuel Oil Provider for WWTP for 2020

 

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilwoman Smith

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

WHEREAS, the Town of Marion has requested and received quotes for fuel oil for 2020; now

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board accepts the quote received from  E & V Energy Corp. 2737 Erie Drive, Weedsport NY in the fixed amount of $2.12 per gallon commencing January 1, 2020 thru December 31, 2020; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to: E & V Energy Corp, Jeff Cragg and the Principal Account Clerk.

 

Resolution #101319 Authorize Jeff Cragg to Sign Preventative Maintenance Agreement with Fleming Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc

 

On a motion by Councilman Lonneville and seconded by Councilwoman Smith

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

WHEREAS, the Jeff Cragg received a quote for a preventative maintenance agreement with Fleming Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.; now

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board accepts the quote received from Fleming Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. 561 Holt Road, Webster, NY 14580, not to exceed $266 – October 2019 through October 2020; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to: Fleming Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc., Jeff Cragg, Principal Account Clerk.

 

Resolution #101419 Authorize Supervisor to Sign Restore NY Grant Disbursement Agreement

 

On a motion by Councilman Lonneville and seconded by Councilman Bliek

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes the Supervisor to sign the agreement for the Restore NY Grant Disbursement Agreement; 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 #101519 Award Bid to Rogiers Masonry to Pour a Handicap Concrete Apron and Ramp at the Museum

 

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Long Roll:

Councilman LaVern Bliek – Aye

Councilwoman Fisher – Aye

Councilman Lonneville – Aye

Councilwoman Smith – Aye

Supervisor Deming – Aye

Ayes: 5

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

WHEREAS, the Code Officer was authorized to solicit bids for the pouring of a handicap concrete apron and ramp; and

 

WHEREAS the Code Officer reviewed all bids received and has recommended accepting the bid received from Rogiers Masonry; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board awards the bid to Rogiers Masonry for an amount not to exceed $3350.00 to be expensed as follows:

 

75204.01.000.213 CDBG – Renovations          $3350.00

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to Rogiers Masonry and the Principal Account Clerk.

 

Resolution #101619 Award Bid to Rogiers Masonry to Pour a Sidewalk and Pad at the Museum

 

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Long Roll:

Councilman LaVern Bliek – Aye

Councilwoman Fisher – Aye

Councilman Lonneville – Aye

Councilwoman Smith – Aye

Supervisor Deming – Aye

Ayes: 5

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

 

WHEREAS, the Code Officer was authorized to solicit bids for the pouring of a handicap concrete sidewalk and pad; and

 

WHEREAS the Code Officer reviewed all bids received and has recommended accepting the bid received from Rogiers Masonry; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board awards the bid to Rogiers Masonry for an amount not to exceed $3410.00 to be expensed as follows:

 

75204.01.000.096 Historical Property Addition/Improvement         $3410.00

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to Rogiers Masonry and the Principal Account Clerk.

 

Resolution #101719 Payment Disbursement for Memorial Garden

 

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilman Lonneville

 

ADOPTED:         Long Roll:

Councilman LaVern Bliek – Aye

Councilwoman Fisher – Aye

Councilman Lonneville – Aye

Councilwoman Smith – Aye

Supervisor Deming – Aye

Ayes: 5

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

WHEREAS, the Town of Marion has received a donation of $3063.00 for the purpose of creating a memorial garden at the Museum; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board awarded the bid to Grandpas Nursery for an amount not to exceed $6063.00 to be expensed as follows:

 

75204.01.000.096 Historical Property Addition/Improvement         $3000.00

75204.01.000.096 through a Private Donation                                    $3063.00

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED directs the Clerk of the Board to give a copy of this resolution to Duane Smeatin and the Principal Account Clerk.

 

Resolution #101819 Transfer Funds from Contingent Account to Restore NY Expense Account

 

On a motion by Councilman Lonneville and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

WHEREAS, the Town Board is requesting an $1183.00 to be transferred from 19904.01.000.000 Contingency to 80204.01.000.207 Restore NY; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board authorizes the transfer of $1183.00 from contingency account 19904.1.0.000 to be put into account 80204.01.000.207 Restore NY, for non-reimbursable expenses related to the Restore NY Grant; and

 

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 #101919 Payment of Claims

 

On a motion by Councilwoman Smith and seconded by Councilman Lonneville

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

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                                                 38590.54

Highway                                              207831.17

Library                                                     1735.88

Water                                                        340.00

Sewer                                                    11836.81

Drainage                                                  2200.00

Trust & Agency                                           2531.35

Total                                                    $265065.75

 

 

Resolution #102019 LED Lighting

 

On a motion by Councilman Lonneville and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

WHEREAS, the Marion Town Board authorizes Rochester Gas & Electric the installation of LED Street Lighting for the Town of Marion; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board would like to have 3000K streetlights installed in Residential areas and 4000K streetlights installed in commercial areas; and

BE IT RESOLVED, The Town Board authorizes the manufacturer’s suggested equivalents as lumens for each light;

 

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 and Rochester Gas and Electric.

 

Resolution #102119 Authorize Public Hearing for Appropriation from the Park Reserve Fund to purchase a Rototiller.

 

On a motion by Councilman Bliek and seconded by Councilman Lonneville

 

ADOPTED:         Ayes:  5          Bliek, Deming, Fisher, Lonneville, Smith

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

WHEREAS, the Town of Marion desires to purchase a new____ Rototiller from _____; now

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town of Marion Board authorizes the Clerk of the Board to advertise in the legal newspaper for the Town of Marion that a Public Hearing will be held on Monday, October 28, 2019 @ 6:30pm at the Marion Municipal Room for the purpose of authorizing the appropriation of an amount not to exceed _______ for a new ___________ from__; and

 

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

 

Resolution #102219 Adopt Preliminary 2020 Budget

 

On a motion by Councilwoman Smith and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher

 

ADOPTED:         Long Roll:

Councilman LaVern Bliek – Aye

Councilwoman Fisher – Aye

Councilman Lonneville – Aye

Councilwoman Smith – Aye

Supervisor Deming – Aye

Ayes: 5

Nayes:  0

 

The following resolution was adopted

 

WHEREAS, the Tentative Budget has been reviewed by the Marion Town Board; and

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Marion Town Board approves the Tentative Budget for 2020 which now becomes the Preliminary Budget.

 

On a motion by Supervisor Deming and seconded by Councilwoman Fisher, Supervisor Deming recessed the meeting to go into executive session at 5:45pm to discuss personal matters.  The meeting reconvened at 5:58pm

 

With no further business, on a motion by Councilwoman Smith and seconded by Councilman Lonneville, Supervisor Deming closed the meeting at 6pm.

 

Next meetings are scheduled for:

Meeting:                     Monday, October 28, 2019 @ 6:30pm

Public Hearing:         Monday, October 28, 2019 @ 6:30pm – Appropriation of Park Reserve Funds

Public Hearing:         Monday, October 28, 2019 @ 6:45pm – 2020 Budget

Meeting:                     Tuesday, November 12, 2019 @ 6:30pm     

 

_________________________________________

Heidi M. Levan, Town Clerk/Clerk of the Board