Board of Trustees Work Session Agenda – March 9, 2020 – SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Village of Bellport

 

Board Work Session Meeting – March 9, 2020

 

A G E N D A – SUBJECT TO CHANGE

 

1.      Presentation by Jon Berlin from Total Technologies regarding Cybersecurity of our IT Network and Platforms

2.      Presentation by Shawn Collinane from NYCLASS presently offering 1.52% on their investment vehicle.

3.      Treasurer’s Update:

          a.       Budget Process for 2020-21 and Reminder of Upcoming Meetings Schedule

          b.      Review Recommended Greens, Carts and Packages Fees for 2020 Season

          c.       Review of Rate Schedule for Ferry, Marina Slip, etc.

          d.      Short-term Cash Requirements and Long-term Debt Planning

          e.       Ability to “Pierce the Tax Cap”

          f.        Proposed Resolution to establish Resurfacing of Station Road/Bellport Lane Capital Project, funded by $460,000 NYS DOT Grant

          g.      Proposed Resolution to close the Capital Project for the Browns Lane sidewalk replacement costing $93,694.45, funded by the reimbursement from                         the Suffolk County Water Authority

          h.      Proposed Resolution for Final Contractual Payout of $16,966.79 upon Retirement of Nicholas Mauro as of February 29, 2020 for accrued sick and                             vacation time

          i.        Proposed Resolution to utilize $16,966.79 of the assigned Employee Liability Fund Balance to fund the sick and vacation payout to Nicholas Mauro

          j.        Discussion of release of $25,000 from repair of assigned Docks Fund Balance and reassign for initial phase of Code Revision

4.      Discussion: New Aluminum Work Boat and the BID Results

5.      Public Participation at Work Sessions and Board Meetings

6.      Public Hearing to amend Code on Driveways

7.      Review Communication with Toni Trapani regarding “Rideout:” Large Bicycle Riding Crews

8.      Review Proposed Code on Unruly Biking

9.      Review and Discuss the Report and Proposal submitted by Trustee Mackin

10.  Review Holiday Schedule and Discuss Proposal of the DPW Superintendent

11.  Discussion: Black History Month – Mikael Levin: Public Presentation – Legacy of Slavery Across Long Island

12.  Review the Monthly Code Report

13.  Review the Monthly Building Department and Zombie Home Report

14.  Save the Great South Bay – Creek Defender Program

15.  Discussion – Garden Club and Beautification Committee Request for consideration: Code for Tree Protection and securing the services of a Professional Arborist

16.  Discussion – Resident Request for consideration: Ban Smoking and Vaping in Public Village Spaces

17.  Updates:

       a.       The FEMA Main Dock Project

       b.      Ho Hum Beach and the Pavilion

       c.       Trustee Ferrigno will give an update regarding the Solar Panels at Ho Hum Beach

       d.      Trustee Rosenberg will give an update regarding discussions with Jeffery Uslip, a Bellport Village Resident, regarding 1.) the creation of a “Commercial                    Business Committee, and 2.) a Q. and A., with Comments, Section on the Bellport Village Website

        e.       Criminal Justice Reform Proposed Resolution

        f.        The Tennis Commission is reviewing option for an Office for the Tennis Pro and a Lavatory

        g.      Beeping Noise Emanating from the Bus Company

        h.      Resolution of the Destroyed Security Camera “Shot Out” at Ho Hum Marina

        i.        Review of Recent Minutes

18.  Special Events:

        a.       South Country Education Foundation: Annual Event raising funds for local educational programs 

 Close

Executive Session 

 

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