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Village Board Minutes

July 6, 2011 (4)

A regular meeting of the Village Board was held July 6, 2011 at 6:00 PM in the firehouse, 16 Saratoga Ave.

Mayor Winslow called the meeting to order and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

Roll Call:  Trustee Densmore, Trustee Enekes, and Trustee Lescault were present.  Trustee Denno was excused.

Motion by Trustee Lescault, seconded by Trustee Enekes, approved the minutes of public hearing and regular meeting June 8, 2011 as typed.
Carried – 3 – 0


CLERK/TREASURER – Clerk/Treas Colson was present, report for 7/6/11 read & filed.

Resolution #4 approved, adjustment to water/sewer rolls.

Motion by Trustee Lescault, seconded by Trustee Enekes approved payment of abstract #25: Community Development $4,490.00; abstract #27: General $18,479.89; Water $5,343.09; Sewer $28,905.00; abstract #1: Payroll $29,409.03; General $443,294.14; Water $3,465.39; Sewer $10,663.91; abstract #2: Payroll $55,174.44; General $121,643.80; Water $7,729.38; Sewer $7,378.78; and Capital Reserves $1,172.64.
Carried – 3 – 0

Resolution #5 approved, budget transfers.

Motion by Trustee Lescault, seconded by Trustee Enekes approved LOSAP lump sum disability payment to Frank Wood in the amount of $4,674.26.
Carried – 3 – 0

Motion by Trustee Lescault, seconded by Trustee Densmore approved the Corinth Community Churches’ use of the beach on August 14 for their “Down by the Riverside” event with the filing of appropriate insurance documentation in the Clerk’s office.
Carried – 3 – 0

Clerk/Treas Colson submitted the year-end report for fiscal year 2010/2011.  The Village spent less in expenditures than were projected and received $222,829 more in revenues than anticipated.  As a result no fund balance was expended, as projected, and $89,747 was added to the general fund balance.  The Board thanked Supt Lozier for coming in under budget in spite of the difficult winter we experienced.

FIRE DEPARTMENT - Chief Kelley was delayed due to a fire call, but arrived at 6:45PM.  Report for June 2011 read & filed.

Chief Kelley noted the fire department is holding a chicken barbecue at the firehouse August 6 and the Ladies Auxiliary breakfast is July 17.

DPW/WATER/WWTP – Supt Lozier was present, report for June 2011 read & filed.

Supt Lozier stated a new chlorine gas detector was installed at the well house which will allow him to run his own monthly tests and save the Village $1,400 annually.

The Board discussed a request to lower the speed limit on White Street due to complaints of traffic into the INDEK plant exceeding the speed limit.  The Board decided to send a letter to INDEK asking that they speak to their drivers and employees about adhering to the speed limit.

Motion by Trustee Lescault, seconded by Trustee Densmore approved publication in the Pennysaver of hydrant flushing scheduled July 25 – July 28.
Carried – 3 – 0

Supt Lozier stated he is obtaining quotes from landscapers to hydro seed parts of Jessup Landing Park and the Veteran’s Park.

BUILDING DEPARTMENT – Insp Jacon was excused.

ATTORNEY – Atty Auffredou was present, report for 7/6/11 read & filed.

The Planning Board is reviewing an application to turn the Mannell building on Main Street into an auction house; a public hearing will be scheduled.


CT Male has received final comments from the Dept of Health on the filtration plant.  A meeting will be scheduled to discuss and move forward.

The Board agreed to remove the proposed Nuisance Abatement Law from the agenda with the understanding that if more problems develop the proposal will be revisited.

Dissolution discussions were tabled for more consideration.


Motion by Trustee Lescault, seconded by Trustee Densmore approved mayoral signature on an extension of the intermunicipal agreement with the Town to house the Town Ambulance Service in parts of the former DPW building until October 31, 2011.
Carried – 3 – 0

Resolution #6 approved, mayoral signature on a one-year contract with the Saratoga County Sheriff for dedicated police protection at the cost of $298,800.

The Committee to rebuild the playground at the Corinth Elementary School is planning on holding a carnival in the fall to raise funds.  They wish to use Jessup’s Landing Park and have asked for a donation from the Village.  The Board expressed their support for the committee’s project and will consider their plans as more details become available.  Clerk/Treas Colson will inquire as to what insurances would be necessary to hold a carnival at the park.

Mayor Winslow explained the restructuring of the DPW Department.  With the expanding requirements for licensing to operate water systems, and the upcoming demands of operating and overseeing the new water filtration plant, it has become necessary to separate the Water and Sewer Departments from the DPW.  Supt Lozier has agreed to accept the position of Water/Sewer Superintendent and the Board has advertised for a DPW Superintendent to supervise the road and parks crews.

Resolution #7 approved, cancellation of the July 20 regular meeting.

Motion by Trustee Lescault, seconded by Trustee Densmore authorized the Clerk/Treasurer to pay bills for July 20, 2011 upon review by the audit committee.
Carried – 3 – 0


Ray Bush informed the Board about a company that is approaching Fire Departments about installing solar panels; he will pass on information to Clerk/Treas Colson.

Jim Murray encouraged the Board to explore the potential for solar energy.

Bob Hudak asked that the end of the school zone on Palmer Avenue be clearly marked; Supt Lozier will look into properly marking the area.  Mr. Hudak also questioned Clerk/Treas Colson about the year end fiscal report.  Clerk/Treas Colson answered and stated the report would be available on the website.  Mr. Hudak also expressed his frustration at the Board canceling the next regularly scheduled meeting instead of using the meeting to discuss dissolution.


Trustee Enekes and the Board expressed their thanks to the Fire Dept, DPW and Image Committee for a successful Independence Day event.  Trustee Lescault asked if the Image Committee can receive donations, Atty Auffredou stated they could.

Mayor Winslow and the Board complemented the DPW on the excellent job replacing the sidewalks on Main Street.


Motion by Trustee Lescault, seconded by Trustee Enekes that Board adjourn, 7:00 PM.
Carried – 3 – 0

Nicole M. Colson