Public Meeting Agendas] Final Yorktown Town Board Agenda July 2, 2013 – NOTE LOCATION CHANGE – YCCC - Jack DeVito Memorial Field

Final Town Board Agenda July 2, 2013 – NOTE LOCATION CHANGE – YCCC – Jack DeVito Memorial Field

FINAL TOWN BOARD AGENDA
TOWN OF YORKTOWN
July 2, 2013

PLACE:
YCCC JACK DEVITO MEMORIAL FIELD 6:00pm

1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

2. MOMENT OF SILENCE

3. REPORT FROM SUPERVISOR MICHAEL GRACE

4. REPORTS FROM TOWN BOARD MEMBERS

5. RESOLUTIONS FROM THE MEETING OF 06/18/2013

6. COURTESY OF THE FLOOR

7. PUBLIC HEARING:
• Proposed Local law entitled Energy Conservation, authorizing the establishment of a Sustainable Energy Loan Program

8. AWARD BID
• Police Vehicle Emergency Equipment:
WHEREAS, invitations to bid for Police Vehicle Emergency Equipment for use in police vehicles, was duly advertised, and

WHEREAS, said bids were received and opened at 11:00 A.M. on the 17th day of June 2013, now therefore be it,

RESOLVED, that upon the recommendation of the Chief of Police, the bid be and is hereby awarded to the lowest bidder of the total cumulative bid, Beyer Fleet, LLC, located at 31 Williams Parkway East Hanover, NJ 07936.

9. RESOLUTIONS
Request from the Assessor’s Office:
• Approve Certiorari Settlement for Roc-Shrub Oak Associates, LLC
WHEREAS, tax certiorari proceedings were instituted by Roc-Shrub Oak Associates, LLC, account numbers 1830500 and 1831500, challenging the aggregate assessment for Section 16.07, Block 1, Lots 42 and 46 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown, and

RESOLVED, that the tax certiorari proceedings affecting the assessment roll years 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, be settled as set forth in the proposed stipulation as follows:

Section 16.07 Block 1 Lot 42

Roll AV AV AV
Years From To Reduction
2004 40,200 19,820 20,380
2005 40,200 19,870 20,330
2006 40,200 19,700 20,500
2007 40,200 19,300 20,900
2008 40,200 20,600 19,600
2009 40,200 19,860 20,340
2010 40,200 18,820 20,380
2011 40,200 19,860 20,340
2012 21,000 20,410 590

Section 16.07 Block 1 Lot 46

Roll AV AV AV
Years From To Reduction
2004 600 600 -0-
2005 600 600 -0-
2006 600 600 -0-
2007 600 600 -0-
2008 600 600 -0-
2009 600 600 -0-
2010 600 600 -0-
2011 600 600 -0-
2012 600 600 -0-

Request from the Building Department:
• Authorize Building Inspector to issue a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy to Old Crompond, LLC (Best Plumbing)
WHEREAS, Old Crompond LLC (Best Plumbing) has requested a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy from the Building Inspector for permit # 20120323, and

WHEREAS, the application was referred out to the various agencies and no recommendations have been made against granting the Temporary Certificate of Occupancy, Now Therefore

BE IT RESOLVED, that pursuant to Section 300-196B, the Building Inspector is authorized to issue a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy.

Request from the Engineering Department:
• Accept Bonds and Fees for Permit #WP-BSWPPP-T-026-11
WHEREAS, Nathan & Nancy Caswell, as applicants, provided the Town with Check No. 3044 in the amount of $6,550 for work performed at the Hanover Road site,

WHEREAS, $2,500 posted will serve as the Erosion Control Bond, and

WHEREAS, $2,500 posted will serve as the Wetland Bond, and

WHEREAS, $1,000 posted will serve as the Construction Monitoring Fee, and

WHEREAS, $550 posted will serve as additional permit review money for the town’s wetland consultant, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT

RESOLVED, that the above referenced monies totaling $6,550 are hereby accepted to serve as the required bonds and fee for the above referenced Wetland, Stormwater and Tree permit.

• Release Wetland Bond #WP-045-06 in the amount of $5,000
WHEREAS, Michael Linahan as applicant, posted Check No.1065 in the amount of $5,000.00, which was deposited into the T33 Account on July 7, 2006, covering Wetland Permit #045-06, for work performed at his Hanover Street residence, and

WHEREAS, the Town Engineer has informed this Board that a representative of her Department has inspected the property and determined that the work has been satisfactorily completed, and that the $5,000.00 for erosion control may be released, NOW THEREFORE BE IT

RESOLVED, that the above-described Wetland Bond in the amount of $5,000.00, be and is hereby released to Mr. Michael Linahan, 1085 Hanover Street, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598.

• Release Erosion Control Bond #WP-010-13 in the amount of $300.00
WHEREAS, Lake Katonah Electric as applicant for Schoenberg, posted Check No.1384 in the amount of $300.00, which was deposited into the T33 Account on April 12, 2013, covering permit #010-13, for work performed at the Farmwalk Road residence, and

WHEREAS, the Town Engineer has informed this Board that a representative of her Department has inspected the property and determined that the work has been satisfactorily completed, and that the $300.00 for erosion may be released, NOW THEREFORE BE IT

RESOLVED, that the above-described Erosion Bond in the amount of $300.00, be and is hereby released to Lake Katonah Electric, 23 Sunnyridge Road, Katonah, NY 10536, Attn: Mr. Christian Weigert.

• Request to be included in the Peekskill Sanitary Sewer District – Parcel 16.06-2-50 and 16.06-2-51
WHEREAS, the Town of Yorktown Town Board is desirous of including 2 parcels of land into the existing Peekskill Sanitary Sewer District, Parcel #16.06-2-50 and 16.06-2-51, NOW THEREFORE BE IT

RESOLVED, that the Town Board of the Town of Yorktown does hereby request that the County of Westchester incorporate the above referenced parcels into the Peekskill Sanitary Sewer District.

Request from Water Department:
• Release Retainage – $20,441.21 – National Metering Services, Inc.
WHEREAS, on October 18, 2011, the Town Board passed a resolution to hire National Metering Services, Inc. for the installation of cold water meters with electronic encoder registers and rapid read system,

WHEREAS, Water Distribution Superintendent David Rambo confirms the completion in February 2013 of the installation of over 2,000 water meters and the functioning of these meters,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, upon recommendation of the Water Distribution Superintendent David Rambo, the Town Board authorizes the release of $20,444.21 from the Retainage Payable Fund SW.0000.0605 to pay National Metering Services, Inc. for final retainage invoice dated February 5, 2013.

10. COURTESY OF THE FLOOR

11. ADJOURN

ALICE E. ROKER
TOWN CLERK
TOWN OF YORKTOWN

DATED: June 28, 2013

Bids/RFPs to be Awarded
• RFP Tax Certiorari Attorney – Legal Dept.
• Tow Bid

Scheduled Public Hearings – July 16, 2013
• Catucci a/k/a Fieldstone Manor – Amendment to Flexibility Authorization
• Town of Yorktown – East of Hudson – Request for Wetlands, Stormwater and Tree Permit
• Town of Yorktown – Greenwood Street Bridge – Request for a Wetlands Permit

Scheduled Public Hearings – August 6, 2013
• Town of Yorktown – Sylvan Glen Dog Park – Request a Wetlands Permit
• Yeshiva Kehilath Yakov – Solar Panel Installation – Request an Excavation, SWPPP and Tree Permit

The Yorktown Town Board Summer Meeting Schedule is as follows:
Outdoor Meetings begin at 6:30 P.M.

July 16, 2013, at Hilltop Hanover Farm and Environmental Center run by Westchester County. Westchester County Legislators Michael Kaplowitz and John Testa as well as Lucille Munz, the Farm Manager will be on hand.

August 6, 2013 at The Brian J. Slavin Aquatic Facility (aka Shrub Oak Pool)

Bazzo 06/29/13

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