Category : Town Board
Minutes for July 14, 2015 Town Board Meeting
This Regular Meeting of the Brant Town Board was held on Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at the Brant Town Hall, located at 1272 Brant North Collins Rd, Brant, New York at 7:30 PM.
Leonard K. Pero, Supervisor
Mark DeCarlo, Councilman
Chad Kaczmarek, Councilman
Donald Clark, Councilman
Barbara J. Daniel, Town Clerk, Recording Secretary
Also present and signed in were:
Lee Brunelli, resident
Joseph Ostrowski, Planning Board Chairman
Lynda Ostrowski, Secretary to the Boards
Janice Ross, Planning Board member
Ronald Kobel, Resident
Joseph Giambrone, Highway Superintendent
Donald Hepkins, Chief of Police
John Mills, Erie County Legislator #11
Cameron Dawley, Patrolman/resident
Debra Ritz, resident
Brian Rott, resident
Denny Kane, resident
Charles Arrigo, resident
Patty Friend, Town Historian
Joseph DeCarlo, assessor
Greg Keyser (GHD, formally CRA) engineer
Brian Campbell, SUN reporter
The meeting opened at 7:30 PM with a pledge to the flag.
APPROVAL OF THE JUNE 9, 2015 REGULAR TOWN BOARD MEETING. Councilman Kaczmarek motioned to accept the minutes of the June 9th meeting, and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
SUPERVISOR’S FINANCIAL REPORT: Councilman Kaczmarek moved and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo to accept the Supervisor’s May 2015 Financial Report as presented. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
BUDGET MODS: Supervisor Pero read his budget modifications:
SUBJECT: Recommended Budget Modification # 2 as of : May 31st, 2015
Please make a resolution at the regular Town Board meeting on July 14th 2015 to approve the
following Budget Modifications to the 2015 Adopted Budget.
Budget Dec From/ Fund Account Amount
Modification (Inc) To Code Description Object Over Budget
General Fund – Townwide (A)
$ 5,472.00 (DR) Decrease A1460.21 Records Management Grant Equip & Cap Out
$ (5,472.00) (CR) Increase A1460.11 Records Management Grant Pers Serv $ 5,472.00
Highway Fund – Townwide (DA)
$ 3,904.00 (DR) Decrease DA5142.1 Snow Removal Pers Serv
$ (3,904.00) (CR) Increase DA5148.1 Services to Other Governments Pers Serv $ 3,904.00
Councilman Kaczmarek motioned to accept the Budget mod as presented by Supervisor Pero and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
TOWN CLERK’S / TAX COLLECTOR’S FINANCIAL REPORT: Councilman DeCarlo moved to accept the Town Clerk’s May 2015 Regular Financial Report and the Tax Collection Financial Report. He was seconded by Councilman Clark. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
COURT CLERK’S MAY 2015 FINANCIAL REPORTS FOR JUSTICES GIER & BORNGRABER REGULAR AND BAIL ACCOUNTS: Councilman Clark made the motion to approve the May 2015 financial reports of both justice’s bail and regular accounts, and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER’S REPORT: CEO Brecker was absent. His June report was presented by Supervisor Pero. Councilman DeCarlo motioned to accept the report as read, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
DOG CONTROL OFFICER’S JUNE 2015 REPORT: Dog Control Officer Barbara Daniel asked to table her report
until next month. Councilman DeCarlo motioned to table the report, and was seconded by
Supervisor Pero. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
POLICE REPORT JUNE 2015: The June 2015 police report was presented by Chief Donald Hepkins. He then thanked Patrolman Cameron Dawley for his recent heroic act of apprehending a fleeing suspect. The Town Board acknowledged Patrolman Dawley. Supervisor Pero motioned to approve the report as read, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
TOWN CLERK MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT FOR JUNE 2015: The Town Clerk’s monthly activity report for June 2015 was presented by Clerk Daniel. Councilman DeCarlo moved to accept the Town Clerk’s June activity report as read, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
PLANNING BOARD REPORT: Secretary Lynda Ostrowski read the Planning Board report for a meeting held on July 7th to review the application for the construction of a windmill on the property of Timothy Clark and to review an application for variance submitted by Robert Catalano, Sr. The Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing on August 5th at 6:30 PM to discuss the variance application. Supervisor Pero motioned to approve the report as read, and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
The Board was then going to set the date for the public hearing for Town Board’s review of the Special Use Permit application submitted by Timothy Clark to erect a windmill. Attorney Trask asked the Board to allow him a few minutes to review New York State law for posting requirements. The Board would like to prevent the delay of the installation. The public hearing date will be set later in the meeting.
ZONING BOARD REPORT: No meeting was held
RECREATION DIRECTOR’S REPORT: None received
PARKS COMMISSIONER REPORT: No report received
TOWN HISTORIAN REPORT: The Town Historian minutes were read by Town Historian Patty Friend. She reminded the public that they have until July 18 to get the special postmark commemorating the Vietnam veterans. Supervisor Pero motioned to accept the minutes as read, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORTS: No reports were received.
SENIOR’S REPORT: Minutes of the Senior’s July meeting were read by Secretary Lynda Ostrowski. The report noted that the Senior’s picnic will be held on August 3rd. Marie Lalka was named Senior of the month. Councilman Clark motioned to accept the minutes as read. He was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. 3 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF VISITORS:
At 7:56 PM, Supervisor Pero invited Legislator John Mills to speak. Mr. Mills approached the front of the room and addressed the public. He spoke of items of interest such as the budget hearings that are being held and how sales tax revenue helps to balance the county budget. He noted that the economy in Erie County is consistent. He added that when he was elected in 2006 the counties fund balance was $6,000,000. He then noted that today it is a healthy $106,000,000.
Legislator Mills then presented some of the brochures offered by the county. One of them was for the “Yellow Dot” program. It allows users to write pertinent information about their medications, illnesses, and emergency contact information of the pamphlet, to be placed in their freezer. The user then sticks the yellow dot to their door for first responders to have the information needed to treat them. It can also be used in their vehicles. Place the pamphlet in the glove box and put the yellow sticker on the back window for first responders.
He closed by stating he is here to promote the southern tier of Erie County and has many plans to continue his efforts.
POOL SUPERVISOR: Supervisor Pero summarized the attendance at this year’s summer recreation program. There are 84 resident children and 54 non-resident children. The program runs from July 6th to August 15 this year. He mentioned recent pool incidents that have required the attention of Building Superintendent Allen Nolan. Due to the necessity to expand his responsibilities to oversee the pool activities, Supervisor Pero asked the Board to approve a pay increase of $100.00/week during pool season for Allen Nolan. He added that Mr. Nolan did not ask for the increase but Supervisor Pero felt it was fair to increase his pay during the increase in his duties. Attorney Trask responded that you cannot create an in-house position; it has to be a civil service position. He added that you can’t create new positions without civil service approval. Supervisor Pero then concluded that since Allen is already Building Superintendent, a new position is not required, therefore, he motioned to the Board to increase his current pay by $100.00 per week during pool season. Councilman DeCarlo seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken: Supervisor Pero-aye, Councilman DeCarlo-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman Clark-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
APPOINTMENT OF RECREATION COUNSELORS: Supervisor Pero motioned to approve the appointment of the following recreation counselors at $8.75/hour, and was seconded by Councilman Clark:
1. Mackenzie Sullivan
2. Alicia Majkut
3. Maddie Penn
4. Darcy Paradiso
5. Marcus Muffoletto
4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED
AUTHORIZATION OF COUNCILMAN KACZMAREK TO APPOINT NEW REC/POOL EMPLOYEES: Supervisor Pero motioned to authorize Councilman Kaczmarek to appoint new employees to recreation and pool positions as necessary during the current season. Councilman Clark seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken: Supervisor Pero-aye, Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-abstain, Councilman DeCarlo-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays, 1 abstain. MOTION CARRIED.
SUMMERFEST EXPENSE RESULTS: Supervisor Pero announced that after all Brantfest expenses have been accounted for, the Town shows a profit of $297.00. The event was attended by approximately 2,500 over the duration.
PUBLIC HEARING FOR WINDMILL SET: At 8:24 PM, Attorney Trask addressed the Board that New York State law requires a Legal Notice for the public hearing to be advertised at least 5 days prior to the hearing. It was then decided that the notice shall be submitted to the Hamburg SUN on Monday July 20, in order to publish the Legal Notice about the Public Hearing in the July 23rd edition. This would allow the Town Board to meet on Wednesday, July 29th at 6:00 PM to vote on the Special Use Permit application.
FEMA PAYMENT RECEIVED: Supervisor Pero announced that his office has received 100% of the FEMA payment. The amount received was $59,976.35. He is still awaiting the SEMO (State) portion of the storm reimbursement ($19,992.12).
E-WASTE & TIRE DISPOSAL REPORTS: The Town accepted 5,129 lbs of e-Waste last month. The 20 Yard container used to accept tires has been replaced by a 30 yard container. The charge to non residents is $10.00 for tube tv’s and monitors and $3.00 each for tires). Supervisor is looking into holding another “One Stop Drop” for August 29th. The next e-Waste date will be July 25th.
SOLAR LIBERTY PROJECT UPDATE: Solar Liberty is currently working on the Hardpan Road solar project.
AUTHORIZE SUPERVISOR PERO TO SIGN NEGATIVE DECLARATION: Supervisor Pero asked for a motion to authorize him to sign a contract with the short environmental assessment form part 3 determination of Negative Declaration. Councilman DeCarlo motioned to authorize the Supervisor to enter a contract subject to permissive referendum. Councilman Kaczmarek seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken: Councilman DeCarlo-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman Clark-aye, Supervisor Pero-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR PURCHASE OF WARGULA LANDS: Supervisor Pero then presented the following:
TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF BRANT
STATE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY REVIEW ACT (SEQRA)
Negative Declaration (July 14, 2015)
WHEREAS, the Brant Town Board is considering action relative to the acquisition of lands contiguous to the existing Brant Town Park; being lands more particularly described as the rear, undeveloped portion of tax parcel 267.00-4-20 (hereinafter “Project” or “Action”); and
WHEREAS, the Brant Town Board previously declared itself Lead Agency by resolution dated June 9, 2015; and
WHEREAS, a “short form” environmental assessment form has been completed and filed; and
WHEREAS, the Board has taken a “hard look” at all potentially adverse environmental impacts pursuant to SEQRA.
Now, therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE Board that:
Based upon the Board’s thorough and careful review of the Action, including the Environmental Assessment Form and all other materials submitted in connection therewith, the Board hereby determines that the Action will not result in any significant environmental impacts and hereby issues a negative declaration for the Action pursuant to SEQRA.
Supervisor Pero did not read the following reasons supporting the declaration, but they are part of the SEQR and are hereby included in the resolution:
REASONS SUPPORTING THE NEGATIVE DECLARATION:
1. Air, Water, Noise, Waste, Erosion, Drainage, Site Disturbance Effects:
The Action will not create any permanent adverse change in the existing air quality, water quality or noise levels, nor in solid waste production, nor potential for erosion, nor promote flooding or drainage problems.
2. Aesthetics, Agriculture, Archeology, History, Natural or Cultural Resource, Community or
Neighborhood Characteristics: The Action will not adversely affect agricultural, archeological, historical, natural, or cultural recourses.
3. Vegetation, Fish, Wildlife, Significant Habitats, Threatened or Endangered Species: No
plant or animal life will be adversely affected by the Action.
4. Community Plans, Use of Land or Natural Resources: The Action is not inconsistent with
official community plans and goals and will have no adverse effects on land-use or the use of natural resources by or in the community.
5. Growth, Subsequent Development, etc.: Action will not induce any significant or
adverse growth or subsequent development.
6. Long Term, Short Term, Cumulative, or Other Effects: The Action will not have any
significant adverse long term, short term, cumulative, or other environmental effects.
7. Critical Environmental Area: The Action will not have significant impact on any Critical
Environmental Area as designated in 6 NYCRR, subdivision 617.14(g).
8. Public Health and Safety: The Action will have no immediate impact upon these concerns.
6 NYCRR §617.1 states that it is the intention of the SEQR regulation “that a suitable balance of
Social, economic and environmental factors be incorporated in the planning and decision making of State, regional and local agencies. It is not the intention of SEQR that environmental factors be the sole consideration in decision making.”
This Board has considered all of the evidence submitted and has determined that the Action will not have a significant adverse environmental impact on the community.
Councilman Clark motioned to adopt the above SEQR Negative Declaration as presented, and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. A roll call vote was taken: Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman DeCarlo-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Supervisor Pero-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
Upon the adoption of the SEQR Negative Declaration as presented by Supervisor Pero, the following resolution was presented by Supervisor Pero. This resolution will be published in the Hamburg SUN on July23rd, 2015. The resolution read as follows:
RESOLUTION OF THE BRANT TOWN BOARD
(Town of Brant Acquisition of Wargula Lands)
WHEREAS , the Town Board of the Town of Brant, Erie County, New York is considering acquiring lands contiguous to the Brant Town Park from Frank and Christopher Wargula (further identified as the rear, unimproved acreage of SBL No. 267.00-4-20), and
WHEREAS, the Town Board has completed all necessary steps under the State Environmental
Review Act (“SEQRA”), 6 NYCRR Part 617,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board of the Town of Brant hereby authorize Supervisor Pero to execute a purchase contract for the purchase of such lands at a purchase price of $20,000.00, plus closing expenses, subject to a permissive referendum and completion of any actions required to borrow funds for such action.
Upon reading the resolution, Supervisor Pero asked for a motion to adopt it as read. Councilman Kaczmarek made the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. A roll call vote was taken: Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman DeCarlo, Supervisor Pero-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
TOWN HALL PARKING LOT: Supervisor Pero addressed the $65,000. To be borrowed from Evans Bank at 2% interest to install a new blacktop parking lot around the Town Hall.
COMPUTERSEARCH TIME CLOCKS: Supervisor Pero noted that the Town will be moving forward on the Time Clock updating, at the previously approved cost of $2,949.80.
CRAIG KAISER (Engineer with GHD, formally CRA) spoke. He described the project Conceptual Plan they are proposing to the Town in regards to the Town’s proposed purchase of Park Land on the lake. The cost of the proposal is $18,700.00. The Conceptual Plan will provide the following:
Inventory of the site (will include environmental concerns), prepare a conceptual plan, engage Regulatory Agencies. The plan will address items of concern such as annual cost of staff and equipment to maintain the park. It will address items of environmental concern. The plan will contain a Report that summarizes what this project entails.
The Board asked how long this Conceptual Plan will take to complete. Craig answered four to six months. Supervisor Pero was concerned that the owner wanted to sell it sooner to avoid the payment of upcoming taxes for the property. Supervisor Pero asked if the Conceptual Plan can be done later. Attorney Trask replied that the Plan will allow the residents to know what is all involved in this purchase. Having the Conceptual Plan will aid in answering the questions the residents may have. Councilman Clark asked if there was any way to speed up the process. Craig answered four to six months.
Supervisor Pero then asked if the Board could authorize him to sign an agreement with GHD (formally CRA) on the condition that the land owner puts it in writing that they will approve the time period necessary for the Conceptual Plan completed, and to maintain the same sale price.
Supervisor Pero then motioned for the Board to allow him to sign a contract with GHD to begin the Conceptual Plan (Reference #630977) at the quoted cost of $18,700.00 with Commencement of getting a written agreement in writing that the seller will wait the six months. Councilman Clark seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken: Supervisor Pero-aye, Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Supervisor Pero-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
SUPERVISOR’S LOSS OF SECRETARY, REQUEST TO FILL POSITION AND CHANGE TO SALARY: Supervisor Pero announced that his Secretary Michele Browning has taken a new job. She will be leaving at the end of the month. He explained that this is not an easy position to fill and would like to ask the Board to change the pay to $400 per week salary temporarily. He then asked the Board to allow him to appoint himself to the position, until he could find a replacement. Councilman Kaczmarek asked if this was a temporary request. Supervisor Pero responded yes. Councilman Kaczmarek then suggested appointing him to the position hourly, rather than salary. Supervisor Pero discussed his reasons for wanting to change the position to salary, explaining it would save the Town money. The Board did not vote on this request. Supervisor Pero rejected the hourly pay suggested by Councilman Kaczmarek, therefore, no action was taken. After further discussion, Supervisor Pero ended by stating he will pay himself hourly.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES:
Barbara Daniel updated the Board on the progress of the new website. The new site design is almost done. David Sink will begin to transfer page content after it is complete. The site updates can be done easily with no special software, including being done via a smart phone.
TOWN BOARD REPORTS:
COUNCILMAN KACZMAREK: Councilman Kaczmarek noted that the Lake Shore Youth Football contract is up and the Board needs to renegotiate their use of the structures at the Park before the season begins.
He also noted his suggestion that Town fuel be limited to Highway Equipment only.
COUNCILMAN CLARK: Councilman Clark addressed the two concerts held at the Park. He tried to get a food truck to attend the events. He then asked that the Recreation Bldg front doors be open during concerts to allow the seniors access to the bathrooms through the front doors, rather than having to go around the back of the building.
COUNCILMAN DECARLO: Nothing to report
APPROVE PLANNING BOARD TRAINING REQUEST: Planning Board chairman Joseph Ostrowski sent a written request to the Supervisor to approve him to attend training on August 7th. The cost is $80.00 for the class plus mileage.
Supervisor Pero motioned to approve the request, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. A roll call vote was taken: Supervisor Pero-aye, Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman DeCarlo-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
Drop Boxes will be brought at the end of next week for prescription drugs and old hypodermic needles.
Summerfest meeting will be held August 5 at 7:00 PM. Lynda Ostrowski noted that a ZBA mtg will be held at 6:30 PM but it won’t interfere with the Brantfest meeting.
Supervisor Pero attended 18 meetings in June
RECOGNIZED PRIVILEGE OF THE FLOOR: Denny Cain, president of the Lotus Bay association spoke regarding the proposed beach property purchase. He questioned the Town spending $18,000 on a land purchase and no one has heard of it yet. Supervisor Pero responded that the owner has an opportunity to sell the land but is offering it to the Town on the condition that it stays forever green. Supervisor Pero went on to add that it will be open to Town residents only, and it will remain undeveloped. The portion on the east side of Old Lake Shore Road could be developed into a dry campground for residents. The land on the east side would remain undeveloped. Mr. Cain then asked why the Town needs to own beach front property, and why not residents use Evangola Beach. Supervisor Pero answered that residents have to pay to access Evangola Beach. Councilman Clark added that Evangola Park is a State Park, and the Town of Brant is the only Town that borders the lake, yet has no access to the beach. Mr. Cain then asked why the Town doesn’t make an offer to the State to pay one flat annual fee to allow Town residents to have free access to Evangola Beach. Supervisor Pero responded that he has worked for years to obtain free access for the residents to no avail. The Town lost that valuable lake property to eminent domain with the state and therefore lost at least a million dollars in tax money.
Mr. Cain then asked the proposed purchase price. Pero responded $600,000.00. Supervisor Pero said that the contract will demand that it stay green. There are eagles nest on the property that need to be protected. Mr. Cain then advised the Board to make sure residents are aware of the Boards plan to purchase this property. Supervisor Pero responded there will be public meetings. Councilman Clark added that the early meetings were contractual and discussions then were not public, but now they are.
Mike Boismenu spoke next. He asked if the Board has approached the State in an effort to get beach access to the residents. Supervisor Pero answered yes, and added that the seller has been approached by developers that would pay more for the property, but would develop it. She was offered 2 to 3 million dollars for it. If the Town doesn’t get it, developers will, and it the green space will be gone.
Debra Ritz asked what the Town will lose in tax revenue if it is taken off the tax roll. Supervisor Pero answered that the Town’s portion of the tax is roughly 2,200 per year.
Patty Friend thanked Councilman Kaczmarek, Donald Hepkins and Supervisor Pero for their hard work during Brantfest. The audience responded by clapping.
Supervisor Pero received the following correspondence:
• Letter from Nest regarding the sale of rain barrels until July 31st
• Annual Report from Community Concern.
• Sales Tax July 1st Sales Tax payment is 1.55% below the corresponding 2014 and .76% above Year To Date figures, but the 2nd July payment was 2.74% above 2014 payment and the Year to Date increased by .94% over last year.
• Letter from Time Warner cable regarding changes they are making
• Letter from Senior President Neil Ross inviting Board members to attend the Senior Picnic on August 3rd
• Letter from Senator Gallivan in support of Farmers obtaining agricultural lands, and a second letter addressing the Star Enhancement Program and the Tax Cap.
Supervisor Pero read the Abstract:
Abstract 7 of 2015
*Prepaid and unpaid as of July 14, 2015
Gen Fund Town wide Vouchers Totaling: $44,175.20
Gen Fund – Part Town Voucher Totaling: $15,857.46
Highway T.W. Vouchers Totaling: $1,223.33
Highway P.T. Vouchers, Total $21,719.09
Fire Protection: Vouchers: Totaling: $117,708.00
Street lighting: Voucher totaling: $2,173.24
CD Capital Projects: Vouchers none, Totaling: $0
Lotus Bay Sewer Dist 1: Vouchers: $0
Brant Farnham Sewer Dist: Vouchers: none, Totaling: $0
Brant Water Dist 1: Voucher: none – Totaling $0
Special Grant Fund: unpd: None, Totaling:$0
General Town Wide Payroll 5/31/15 – 6/27/15 Totaling: $43,477.38
General Part Town Payroll 5/31/15 – 6/27/15 Totaling: $633.30
Highway Payroll TW 5/31/15 – 6/27/15 Totaling: $4,158.77
Highway Payroll PT 5/31/15 – 6/27/15 Totaling: $4274.20
Councilman Clark motioned to approve payment of Abstract 7 of 2015, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. A roll call vote was taken: Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman DeCarlo-aye, Supervisor Pero-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
Supervisor Pero then announced the next regular Town Board meeting as August 11, 2015 at 7:30 PM. Also, a public hearing will be held on July 29, 2015 at 6:00 PM.
Councilman DeCarlo motioned to adjourn the meeting at 8:30 PM and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MEETING ADJOURNED.
The Town Clerk notified the Supervisor that he failed to approve the prepays requested for Abstract 8. He then asked for a motion to re-open the meeting. Councilman Kaczmarek motioned to re-open the meeting, and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
Supervisor Pero then read the requested prepays for abstract 8. These vouchers arrived after the completion of Abstract 7.
NOTE: Request Pre-Approval for Abstract 8
#427 – RA GRYKSA……………………………………………………………………. $1,333.33
#428 – NYS TOWN CLERKS ASSOC………………………………………………. $75.00
#429 – PEPSI-COLA……………………………………………………………………$223.90
#430 – 434 JJJ AUTOMOTIVE ……………………………………………………. $ 3005.15
#435 – TIME WARNER………………………………………………………………… $162.65
#436 – WAL-MART…………………………………………………………………….. $186.43
#437 – NATIONAL FUEL……………………………………………………………… $20.50
#438 – NATIONAL GRID……………………………………………………………… $1,129.68
#439 – FIRST BANKCARD/EVANS CREDIT CARD………………………………$51.96
#440 – RUTH DAVIS…………………………………………………………………….$75.00
#441 – MARKETING TECHNOLOGIES OF WNY…………………………………. $60.23
#442 – PETER MIRANDO (SUNSET BLUEGRASS BAND)…………………….. $300.00
#443 – NIAGARA FRONTIER CHORD AUTHORITY……………………………. $300.00
Councilman DeCarlo motioned to approve payment of Abstract 8 prepays, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. A roll call vote was taken: Councilman DeCarlo-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman Clark-aye, Supervisor Pero-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
Councilman Kaczmarek motioned to re-adjourn the meeting AT 8:32 pm and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo.
4 ayes, 0 nays. MEETING ADJOURNED.
Respectfully submitted by,
Brant Town Clerk