Town Board Work Session
March 12, 2013
Meeting highlights. For a summary of all agenda items, visit http://www.ciyinfo.org.
1. Holland Sporting Club/ Uses for Route 202 Fill
The Board discussed alternative locations where the estimated 86,000 cubic yards of fill from the Route 202 project could be used and/or stored. (There was no separate discussion of the plan for ball fields at Holland Sporting Club.)
2. Bernstein House sign
After considerable discussion, it was decided that the building inspector has the authority to approve a new sign on the property announcing the rehabilitation project.
3. Funtime Amusements (Front Street)
Supervisor Grace determined that the proprietor can apply to the state for a liquor license so that he can provide alcohol for private events at the facility.
4. Trump Park/future of temporary sales office
The Yorktown Land Trust wants the Town to abide by the terms of the conservation easement that calls for the demolition of the vacant building, but Supervisor Grace wants to void the easement and instead use the building for Town recreation purposes, or relocate it. Condo owners want the building demolished as required by the development’s offering plan. The issue could end up in court.
5. Heating Oil Plan
The Town will change its involvement in the Heating Oil Plan and eliminate the $5 registration fee.
5. Generators for YCCC and Town Hall
Saying that the issue had been discussed “ad nauseam,” Supervisor Grace asked local engineer Dan Ciarcia to work with the Town’s outside electrician to prepare specs for the generators. A third generator will be purchased for the Water Department.
6. Courtesy of the Floor
Supervisor Grace said it was never his intention to do away with the second Courtesy of the Floor and he instructed the deputy town clerk to add the second Courtesy segment to the agenda for the Board’s regular meetings. He said that a decision whether or not to actually open up a second Courtesy would be made at each meeting based on circumstances.
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