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Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes for October 26, 2020

Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes for October 26, 2020

VILLAGE OF BELLPORT

Board of Trustees Monthly Meeting – October 26, 2020

M I N U T E S

 

Call to Order, Pledge of Allegiance & Roll Call, ALL PRESENT

Approve Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes and the Reorganizational Meeting of September 29, 2020 (Exhibit 1)

Motion:  Trustee Rosenberg – Second:  Trustee Mackin

Report of the Trustees

Report of the Village Attorney

Open to the Public: The public is able to remotely view this meeting live and give comment, as it is being held virtually on the Internet during the COVID 19 Pandemic Crisis through a Zoom Webinar.

  1. Resolution 93 Approve the following payments:
  2. General Fund Checking Abstract Report #5. Consisting of 88 vendors:
    1. General Fund Expenditures: $ 182,374.34
    2. Enterprise Fund Expenditures: $  3,436.01
    3. Capital Fund Expenditures: $  3,622.11
    4. Totaling: $ 189,432.46

 Motion:  Trustee Mackin – Second:  Trustee Rosenberg

        3. Approve the Enterprise Fund Checking Abstract Report #5 Consisting of 17 vendors totaling, $166,354.80.

        4. Approve the Capital Fund Checking Abstract Report #5. Consisting of 2 vendors totaling $4,239.50

See Summary of Abstracts, included in Exhibit 2

        5. Resolution: 94 Approve the Budget Transfers as of May 31, 2020 and October 26, 2020, as outlined in Exhibit 3.

Motion:  Trustee Rosenberg – Second:  Trustee Mackin

        6. Resolution: 95 Approve the Consolidated Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS) Reimbursement of $108,608.46,                 related to road work done last fiscal year, was received on October 5, 2020. 

Motion:  Trustee Ferrigno – Second:  Trustee Rosenberg

        7. Resolution: 96 Approve the Establishment of a Capital Project related to the NYS Economic Community Fund Grant for          the playground at the Village Dock in the amount of $150,000 with $112,000 being funded by the State, $18,750 by the            Village and $18,750 by the Bellport Village Program Fund.

Motion:  Trustee Ferrigno – Second:  Trustee Rosenberg

        8. Resolution: 97 Approve the Establishment of a Capital Project for the NYS SAM Grant for the Bellport Village                          Community Center in the amount of $187,500

Motion:  Trustee Mackin – Second:  Trustee Rosenberg

        9. Resolution: 98 Approve the 2021 Boat Slip Rate for Agreement Statement Distribution in early November (Exhibit 4).

Motion:  Trustee Ferrigno – Second:  Trustee Mackin

       10. Resolution: 99 Approve the appointment Kieran Murphy as a new member of the Waterfront Commission

Motion:  Deputy Mayor Gagliano – Second:  Trustee Mackin

        11. Resolution: 100 Accept and approve the civil service employment status changes of code enforcement officer                      Raymond Stenberg; he is retiring as of August 28, 2020 and is being re-instated as of October 3, 2020 (Exhibit 5).

Motion:  Trustee Mackin – Second:  Deputy Mayor Gagliano

        12. Discussion regarding the proposal for the south end of the Main Dock to be closed off to traffic. (Exhibit 6).

        13. Resolution 101 Approve donation of 12 Trees by the Garden Club. In addition, the Garden Club has taken on an                    initiative to contract with an arborist to counter the blight of the Village’s Ash Trees. (Exhibit 7).

Motion:  Trustee Ferrigno – Second:  Trustee Rosenberg

        14. Updates:

    1. Requests for pro-rata reimbursement to slip holders for the delay in opening the Marina this season due to the FEMA Construction Project and COVID-19 Pandemic (May 9th through June 26th).
    2. Discussion Next Steps regarding the Bus Company and noise emanating for the buses in the yard.
    3. Status of the FEMA Main Dock Project
    4. Government Advocacy: Davidoff, Hutcher, & Citron – Presentation by our Waterfront Engineer and Village Clerk to the US Army Corp of Engineers on October 8, 2020 (Exhibit 8)
    5. ADA Ramp at Village Hall
    6. Playground Grant for Bandshell Marina Beach (Exhibit 9)
    7. Discussion on status regarding noise levels in the village (i.e. construction and landscaping, etc.)

        15. Special Events:

    1. Holiday Wreath Decorating Light Poles in the Village Business District
    2. Breakfast with Santa and the Tree Lighting Festivities, unfortunately is cancelled due COVID 19 Pandemic

.Open to the Public: The public is able to remotely view this meeting live and give comment, as it is being held virtually on the Internet during the COVID 19 Pandemic Crisis through a Zoom Webinar.

Close Meeting

Motion:  Deputy Mayor Gagliano – Second:  Trustee Rosenberg

 


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