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Village Board Minutes

April 4, 2022 (46)

An Organizational Meeting of the Village Board was held April 4, 2022 at 6:00 PM in the Village Hall, 244 Main St.

Mayor Pasquarell called the meeting to order.

Roll Call: Trustee Coltrain & Trustee Halliday were present.  Trustee Brown was excused, and Trustee Bedell was absent.

NEW BUSINESS

Mayor Pasquarell appointed Timothy Halliday as Deputy Mayor.

Resolution #54 approved, Mayoral appointment of Annaliese Stautner as Deputy Clerk-Treasurer, 1-year term.

Resolution #55 approved Mayoral appointment of Neil Hepner as Building Inspector, 1-year term.

Resolution #56 approved, Mayoral appointment of Nicole M. Colson as Budget Officer, 1-year term.

Resolution #57 approved, Mayoral appointment of Arthur Lozier III as Damage Assessment Officer, 1-year term.

Resolution #58 approved, Fire Department slate of officers.

Resolution #59 approved, Investment Policy with no revisions.

Resolution #60 approved, Procurement Policy with revisions.

Resolution #61 approved, Water Emergency Plan with no revisions.

Resolution #62 approved, Board Meeting schedule through March 15, 2023.

Resolution #63 approved, Organizational Meeting date established as April 3, 2023.

Resolution #64 approved, mileage rate of $0.585 paid to employees & officials when using personal vehicles.

Resolution #65 approved, Glens Falls Post Star designated official newspaper.

Resolution #66 approved, certain claims to be paid prior to audit.

Resolution #67 approved, Saratoga National designated official depository.

Resolution #68 approved, designation of Bartlett, Pontiff, Stewart & Rhodes, PC as attorneys for the Village.

Resolution #69 approved, designation of Laberge Group as engineer for the Village, up to $260 per hour.

Resolution #70 approved, Rules of Procedures for meetings with revision.

Resolution #71 approved, permission for officials & employees to attend training sessions.

Mayor Pasquarell appointed the following liaisons to departments:
Disaster Planning, Village & Town Emergency Response Plan: Mayor, Trustee Coltrain, DPW Supt, & Fire        Chief

Government Representative to the Town, County & State: Mayor & Trustee Halliday

Senior Citizens: Mayor & Trustee Brown

Auditors: Trustee Brown & Trustee Coltrain

Reservoir Property: Trustee Halliday, Trustee Bedell, DPW Supt

Other Village Lands: Trustee Bedell

Historical Representative: Trustee Halliday

Policy Handbook & Village Codes (other than zoning): Trustee Halliday & Village Clerk/Treasurer

Beach, Parks & Beautification: Trustee Coltrain

Corinth Merchants Association: Mayor

Commercial Industrial Development: Mayor & Trustee Halliday           

Capital Plan Development: Mayor, Trustee Halliday, Clerk/Treasurer, Fire Chief & DPW Supt

Image Cmte: Mayor

Crossing Guards: Mayor & Trustee Brown

Youth Services: Trustee Brown
Committees:
Workplace Violence Assessment Policy Committee: Mayor, Trustee Brown, Clerk/Treas & DPW Supt
Task Force for Senior Living: Trustee Halliday, along with Town Representative
Water & Waste Water Infrastructure Projects: Trustee Halliday, DPW Supt & Mayor
Comprehensive Plan: Mayor Pasquarell & Trustee Halliday
Personnel Committee: Trustee Brown & Mayor
Liaisons:
Department of Public Works: Trustee Bedell
Fire Department: Trustee Coltrain

Don Rhodes, Laberge Group, discussed the Palmer Avenue Project with the Board.  Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) has requested the Village submit a new project funding application for this part of the Infrastructure Project.  This was unexpected since the Village requested an extension of the closing on the current funding application and cited the Palmer Ave Project as the reason for extension.  EFC staff has also been communicating with the Village and Laberge Group regularly on the Palmer Ave portion of the project which stemmed from the Village’s Inflow & Infiltration Study undertaken at the EFC’s suggestion.   The Board requested Mr. Rhodes submit a letter to the Board with all options of awarding or rejecting Palmer Ave Project bids for their consideration and action at the April 6 meeting.

CORRESPONDENCE – none.

BOARD COMMENTS, QUESTIONS & CONCERNS – none.

ADJOURNMENT

Motion by Mayor Pasquarell, seconded by Trustee Coltrain, that Board adjourn, 6:55 PM.         
Carried – 3 – 0

Nicole M. Colson
Clerk-Treasurer