Minutes for January 13, 2015 Town Board Meeting

Minutes for January 13, 2015 Town Board Meeting

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Minutes for January 13, 2015 Town Board Meeting

MINUTES OF THE JANUARY 13, 2015 TOWN BOARD MTG

This Regular Meeting of the Brant Town Board was held on Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at the Brant Town Hall, located at 1272 Brant North Collins Rd, Brant, New York at 7:00 PM.

PRESENT WERE:
Leonard K. Pero, Supervisor
Donald Clark, Councilman
Mark DeCarlo, Councilman
Chad Kaczmarek, Councilman
Barbara J. Daniel, Town Clerk, Recording Secretary

Absent:
Jeffrey Gier, Councilman (Resigned 12/31/14)

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
Joyce Ellis, resident
Joseph DeCarlo, assessor
Debra Ritz, resident
Brian Rott, resident
Jere Hoisington, Village Trustee
Brian Campbell, SUN reporter

The meeting opened at 7:00 PM with a pledge to the flag.

MINUTE APPROVAL DECEMBER 9, 2014 Regular Town Board meeting. Councilman DeCarlo motioned to accept the minutes of the December 9, 2014 Town Board meeting, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

SUPERVISOR’S FINANCIAL REPORT: Councilman Clark moved and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo to accept the Supervisor’s November 2014 Financial Report as presented. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

BUDGET MODS: Supervisor Pero presented his budget modifications:

MEMORANDUM

TO: Leonard Pero, Supervisor, Town of Brant 01/05/15

FROM: Richard A. Gryksa MBA, Town Accountant

SUBJECT: Recommended Budget Modification # 5 as of : November-14

Please make a resolution at the regular Town Board meeting on January 13th, 2015 to approve the
following change(s) to the 2014 Adopted Budget.

Budget Dec From/ Fund Account Amount
Modification (Inc) To Code Description Object Over Budget
General Fund – Townwide (A)
$ 67.00 (DR) Decrease A1990.4 Contingent Account Contr Expend
$ (67.00) (CR) Increase A1220.4 Supervisor Contr Expend $ 66.89

$ 1,186.00 (DR) Decrease A1990.4 Contingent Account Contr Expend
$ (1,186.00) (CR) Increase A1355.4 Assessment Contr Expend $ 1,185.75

$ 965.00 (DR) Decrease A1990.4 Contingent Account Contr Expend
$ (965.00) (CR) Increase A1420.4 Law Contr Expend $ 964.69

$ 1,183.00 (DR) Decrease A1621.1 New Town Hall Pers Serv
$ (1,183.00) (CR) Increase A1625.4 Recreation Building Contr Expend $ 1,182.19

$ 1,047.00 (DR) Decrease A1621.1 New Town Hall Pers Serv
$ (1,047.00) (CR) Increase A1670.4 Central Print/Mail Contr Expend $ 1,046.59

$ 72.00 (DR) Decrease A1990.4 Contingent Account Contr Expend
$ (72.00) (CR) Increase A1920.4 Municipal Association Dues Contr Expend $ 72.00

$ 297.00 (DR) Decrease A5132.2 Garage Equip & Cap Out
$ (297.00) (CR) Increase A5010.4 Street Administration Contr Expend $ 296.57

$ 1,612.00 (DR) Decrease A7020.11 Recreation Admin-Winter Program Pers Serv
$ (1,612.00) (CR) Increase A7110.4 Parks Contr Expend $ 1,611.95

$ 169.00 (DR) Decrease A9050.8 Unemployment Insurance Employee Benefit
$ (169.00) (CR) Increase A7550.4 Celebrations Contr Expend $ 168.92

$ 940.00 (DR) Decrease A9050.8 Unemployment Insurance Employee Benefit
$ (940.00) (CR) Increase A9060.8 Medical & Dental Insurance Employee Benefit $ 939.70

$ 640.00 (DR) Decrease A9050.8 Unemployment Insurance Employee Benefit
$ (640.00) (CR) Increase A9901.9 Transfer to Other Funds (Special Grant Fund) $ 639.32
Budget Mod to cover the Town’s share of CDBG ADA Grant.

$ 2,000.00 (DR) Decrease A3650.4 Demolition of Unsafe Buildings Contr Expend
2,000.00 (DR) Decrease A7180.4 Special Recreation Facility Contr Expend
2,500.00 (DR) Decrease A9010.8 State Retirement Employee Benefit
2,469.00 (DR) Decrease A9015.8 Police & Fire Retirement Employee Benefit
$ (8,969.00) (CR) Increase A3989.4 Control of Hazardous Materials Contr Expend $ 8,968.78

Per review of the Supervisor, the above Budget Mod resulted from a transfer of electronic waste
disposal expenses, net of reimbursements, recorded in the (B) Fund because this service was
available to both the Town and Village residents including non-residents.
This expense was not included in the 2014 Budget.

Highway Fund – Townwide (DA)

$ 2,483.00 (DR) Decrease DA9010.8 State Retirement Employee Benefit
$ (2,483.00) (CR) Increase DA5130.4 Machinery Contr Expend $ 2,482.32

$ 350.00 (DR) Decrease DA5140.4 Misc Brush & Weeds Contr Expend
330.00 (DR) Decrease DA5142.4 Snow Removal Contr Expend
$ (680.00) (CR) Increase DA5140.1 Misc Brush & Weeds Pers Serv $ 679.74

Highway Fund – Part Town (DB)

$ 2.00 (DR) Decrease DB9010.8 State Retirement Employee Benefit
$ (2.00) (CR) Increase DB9055.8 Disability Insurance Employee Benefit $ 1.90

Councilman Kaczmarek motioned to approve the Budget Mods as presented. Councilman DeCarlo seconded the motion. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

TOWN CLERK’S / TAX COLLECTOR’S FINANCIAL REPORT: Supervisor Pero moved to accept the Town Clerk’s November 2014 Financial Report. He was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

COURT CLERK’S NOVEMBER 2014 FINANCIAL REPORTS FOR JUSTICES COOPER & BORNGRABER REGULAR AND BAIL ACCOUNTS: Councilmen Clark made the motion to approve the November 2014 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: Code Officer Gary Brecker had no arrived for the meeting. Supervisor Pero skipped ahead. The CEO’s report will be presented when he arrives.

DOG CONTROL OFFICER’S NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER 2014 REPORTS: Dog Control Officer Barbara Daniel presented her reports for November and December 2014. Supervisor Pero acknowledged a contract he received from the SPCA for sheltering services. Upon their review of the contract, Councilman DeCarlo motioned to table the decision, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

Councilman DeCarlo motioned to accept the Dog Control officer’s reports as presented, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

POLICE REPORT DECEMBER 2014: The December 2014 police report was read by Councilman DeCarlo.
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 DECEMBER 2014: The Town Clerk’s monthly activity report for December 2014 was read by Clerk Daniel. She noted in her report that resident Frank Broughton has offered to create a new website for the Town as no charge. The Board would have to approve accepting his offer. Supervisor Pero motioned to approve to allow Frank Broughton to create a new website. Councilman DeCarlo seconded the motion. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
Councilman DeCarlo moved to accept the Town Clerk’s December Activity report as read, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

ZONING BOARD REPORT: Zoning Board secretary Lynda Ostrowski read the minutes of the December 13 ZBA meeting. Councilman Clark motioned to accept the minutes as read, and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

PLANNING BOARD REPORT: Planning Board secretary Lynda Ostrowski read the minutes of the January 5 Planning Board meeting. The secretary will give the Board members copies of the minutes. Supervisor Pero motioned to approve the report as presented, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

RECREATION DIRECTOR’S REPORT: Nothing to report.

PARKS COMMISSIONER’S REPORT: Nothing to report

TOWN HISTORIAN REPORT: The Town Historian minutes were read by Supervisor Pero. Councilman Kaczmarek motioned to accept the minutes as read, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORTS: No reports were read.

SENIOR’S REPORT: Minutes of the Senior’s meeting held January 7th were read by secretary Lynda Ostrowski. Councilman Clark motioned to accept the minutes as read. He was seconded by Supervisor Pero. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

Since it was not yet 8:00 pm (Public Hearing-Ag Law), the Board skipped ahead to No. 2 of Old Business.

OLD BUSINESS:

Supervisor Pero acknowledged the results of Attorney Trask’s research. He notified the Supervisor that the State had not changed their limits, therefore the Town must stay with the 2014 amounts:

PROCUREMENT POLICY GUIDELINES 2 & 3 (Tabled during the Organizational Mtg.):
Guide line 2. All purchases of: goods, supplies or equipment which will exceed $20,000 the fiscal year or (b) public works contracts over $35,000 shall be formally bid pursuant to GML § 103.

Guide line 3. All estimated purchases of goods, supplies or equipment:
— Less than $20,000 but greater than $10,000 require a written request for a proposal (RFP) and written/fax quotes from three vendors.
– Less than $10,000 but greater than $4000 requires an oral request for the goods and oral/fax quotes from two vendors.
— Less than $4000 but greater than $1000 are left to discretion of the Purchaser but all steps taken to solicit prices must be documented in writing by the Purchaser.

All estimated public works contracts of:

— Less than $35,000 but greater than $20,000 require a written request for proposal (RFP) and written/ fax/email quotes from three (3) vendors.

— Less than $20,000 but greater than $5,000 requires a written RFP and written/fax/email proposals from two (2) vendors.

— Less than $5000 but greater than $2500 is left to the discretion of the Purchaser. But all steps taken to solicit prices must be documented in writing by the Purchaser.

Any written RFP shall describe the desired goods or public works services, quantity and the particulars of delivery or completion.
The Purchaser shall compile a list of all vendors from whom written/fax/email/oral quotes have been requested and the written/fax/ email /oral quotes offered.
All information gathered in complying with the procedures of this Guideline shall be preserved and filed with the documentation supporting the subsequent purchase or public works contract.

Councilman DeCarlo motioned to adopt Guidelines 2 & 3 as adopted in 2014, per attorney Trask. 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.

2015 RECREATION FEES (Tabled at the Organizational Mtg): Councilman Kaczmarek motioned to keep the recreation fees the same as 2014 fees. Councilman Clark seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken: Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman DeCarlo-aye, Supervisor Pero-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

BRANT FARNHAM SENIOR APPOINTMENTS: Supervisor Pero acknowledged the newly elected Senior Officers:
President: Neil Ross
Vice President: Sharon Catalano
Secretary: Lynda Ostrowski
Treasurer: Jeanette Mirusso

JUSTICE COURT AUDIT: The Municipal audit of Brant Justice Court was conducted by the audit committee (Councilman Jeff Gier and Councilman Chad Kaczmarek, along with Joseph Ostrowski). Supervisor Pero stated that the audit report will be presented under New Business.

P.O.W. FLAG PURCHASE: Lee Brunelli informed the Board that Highway Superintendent Joseph Giambrone told him that he does not know where to get P.O.W. flags. VFW doesn’t have them.

NEW BUSINESS:

LETTER OF RESIGNATION FROM COUNCILMAN GIER: Supervisor Pero acknowledged the resignation of Councilman Gier. He acknowledged the tremendous efforts of Mr. Gier as councilman and Deputy Supervisor.

JUSTICE COURT AUDIT: Supervisor Pero read from a letter from the Comptroller’s office regarding the Supervisor’s “plan of Action”. The letter noted that the plan of action did not address the audit report’s recommendation number 2, that “…the Justices should prepare monthly bank reconciliation and an accountability analysis. Promptly take corrective actions for any discrepancies…” Supervisor Pero asked Joseph Ostrowski about their personal review of the audit. He replied that the bank reconciliations were prepared correctly and timely. The only problem he found was that the reconciliations were not signed by the preparer. Supervisor Pero then motioned that the Board acknowledges, by resolution, that an examination of the audit was conducted. Councilman Kaczmarek seconded the motion.
A roll call vote was taken:
Supervisor Pero-aye
Councilman Kaczmarek-aye
Councilman Clark-aye.
Councilman DeCarlo-aye 4 ayes, 0 nays. RESOLUTION ADOPTED.

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BREAK FOR PUBLIC HEARING (8:00 PM)

The Town Clerk read the legal notice that was advertised in the Hamburg SUN regarding this Public Hearing:

LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING JANUARY 13, 2015
LEGAL NOTICE
TOWN OF BRANT, NEW YORK
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Pursuant to resolution of the Town Board of the Town of Brant, New York, notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Brant Town Board in the Brant Town Hall, 1272 Brant-North Collins Road, Brant, New York on the 13th day of January, 2015 at 8:00 P.M. local time, for the purpose of considering the adoption of Proposed Local Law No. 3 of 2014 which, if adopted, would Amend the Brant Zoning Code Relative to Allowable Uses in the Agricultural (A) Zoning District. Copies of the proposed local law are available for review in the office of the Town Clerk and online at www.brantny.com/local_laws.php All interested parties will be given an opportunity to be heard.

By order of the Brant Town Board

Dated: December 19, 2014
Barbara Daniel
Brant Town Clerk

Supervisor Pero motioned to open the Public Hearing, and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

Attorney Trask addressed the letter of response from Erie County Planning Department Mark Lee. The letter noted no objections but for the record, made the following recommendations:

• Board should consider including or excluding certain categories of commercial uses
• Home Sale or Warehouse Distribution may or may not be within your local land uses within the agricultural area
• The Town may want to clarify that the amendment does not supersede the Town’s prohibited uses.
• Storm water, waste water and ground water usage in areas of farmland
• Any proposed commercial uses that would by state or local law would necessitate a particular existing building to be expanded in bulk size or parking area, could be noted in the code amendment as a valid basis in part for further review and potential town conditioning or denial.

At 8:08 PM, Councilman Clark motioned to close the public hearing and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

RETURN TO OLD BUSINESS (item# 1)

ADDENDUM TO CURRENT LAW (AG DISTRICT PERMITTED USE) AND (SEQR)

Supervisor Pero read the SEQR:

TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF BRANT
STATE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY REVIEW ACT (SEQRA)
Negative Declaration (January 13, 2015)

WHEREAS, the Brant Town Board is considering action relative to the adoption of Proposed Local Law No. 1- 2015, which would amend the Town of Brant Zoning Code to allow existing buildings and structures within the Agricultural (A) Zoning District in the Town of Brant to be re-purposed for commercial uses upon issuance of a Special Permit (hereinafter “Project” or “Action”); and

WHEREAS, the Brant Town Board previously declared itself Lead Agency by resolution dated November 12, 2014 and a public hearing thereon was held on January 13, 2015; and

WHEREAS, the Board made a referral of the proposed Action to the Erie County Department of Environment and Planning pursuant to General Municipal Law Section 239-m and has considered all responses and comments from such agency; 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.

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.: The 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 negative declaration SEQR as read, and to authorize Supervisor Pero to sign the negative declaration. Councilman Kaczmarek seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken: Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman DeCarlo-aye, Supervisor Pero-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

The proposed Local Law #3 of 2014, which will now be known as the adopted Local Law #1 of 2015 upon Board vote, was not read aloud, but for the convenience of the reader, is inserted here:

Adopted Local Law No. 1 of the year 2015
Town of Brant, County of Erie

A Local Law Amending the Brant Zoning Code Relative to Allowable Uses in the Agricultural (A) Zoning District

BE IT ENACTED BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF BRANT AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1. Legislative intent

It is the intent of this local law to permit limited commercial activities which will have minimal impact on agricultural uses and operations and encourage re-use of existing structures within the Agricultural (A) zoning district within the Town of Brant.

Section 2. Authority

This local law is adopted pursuant to authority contained in the Town Law of the State of New York.

Section 3. Zoning Code Amended

Section 161-16 “Special Permit Uses” of the Town of Brant Zoning Code is hereby amended to add the following:
Section 161-16 (C)(3) Commercial Uses in existing buildings which can be re-used or re-purposed for such commercial activities without taking land out of agricultural use or production.

Section 4. Severability
If any provision of this local law shall be adjudged by any court of jurisdiction to be invalid, such judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate the remainder thereof, but shall be confined to its operation to the particular provision directly involved in the controversy.

Section 5. Effective date

This local law shall take effect immediately upon adoption by the Brant Town Board.

VOTE:

Supervisor Pero motioned to adopted proposed local law #3 of 2014, now known as Adopted Local Law #1 of 2015. 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.
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NYS ASSOCIATION OF TOWN VOUCHER APPROVAL: Councilman DeCarlo motioned to approve the voucher for 2015 Association of Towns annual dues OF $900.00. Councilman Kaczmarek seconded the motion. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

ASSOCIATION OF ERIE COUNTY GOVERNMENT DUES: Supervisor Pero motioned to approve the payment of $200.00 for annual dues to Association of Erie County Government. Councilman DeCarlo seconded the motion. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

LONGEVITY PAY APPROVAL: Supervisor Pero requested approval of the Town’s first Longevity payment to nine employees. The amounts are based on their most recent date of hire. They are:
Willa Rosenblatt 31 years $500.00
Joseph DeCarlo 28 years $500.00
John Grennell over 20 years $400.00
Butch Kijek over 15 years $300.00
Mark Reynolds 15 years $300.00
Goldie DeSaverio 15 years $300.00
Janet Bowman 15 years $300.00
Michele Browning 13 years $200.00
Julie Sager 11 years $200.00

Councilman Clark motioned to approve the longevity pay as noted, and was seconded by Supervisor Pero. A roll call vote was taken: Councilman Clark-aye, Supervisor Pero-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman DeCarlo-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

APPROVAL OF PAYMENT OF 50% OF COST TO MAINTAIN/REPAIR THE FARNHAMM WATER TOWER: Supervisor Pero requested approval to pay the Town’s obligation of fifty percent of repairs and maintenance costs which total $5,900 of which the Town is obligated to pay half ($2,950.00). Supervisor Pero motioned to approve the payment, and was seconded by Councilman DeCarlo. A roll call vote was taken: Supervisor Pero-aye, Councilman DeCarlo-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman Clark-aye. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES: No reports

TOWN BOARD REPORTS:
COUNCILMAN KACZMAREK: Nothing to report.

COUNCILMAN CLARK: Nothing to report

COUNCILMAN DeCARLO: Nothing to report.

SUPERVISOR PERO: Presented the Grant Writer’s report of Grants. Attended 13 meetings in December

RECOGNIZED PRIVILEGE OF THE FLOOR:
Joyce Ellis of Brant Farnham Road asked how a business can just come into Town and be up and running. Do they have to go before the Board? She asked why there is no weight limit posted on Hardpan Road. She is happy they are holding a meeting on Jan. 20. She questioned if the Code Officer Gary Brecker lives in New York. The Code Officer responded he lives in Little Valley. Attorney Trask responded that in 2010, the Town had amended the code to allow him anywhere in Erie County, and in any County Contiguous to Erie County.

Attorney Trask continued that when the new owner made the request for the Special Use Permit on August 26, 2014 he made certain representations in the application. This permit is subject to expire on June 30 of 2015. It is helpful if the neighbors note the differences between how the business is being run by current owner operation, as opposed to the previous owner.

CORRESPONDENCE:

Supervisor Pero received the following correspondence:

• Sales Tax payment for January 1st is 2.39% greater than 2014 corresponding payment. The YTD amount is 3.71% above 2014.
• Letter from Time Warner regarding some of their changes.
• Letter regarding energy meeting upcoming on January 29, 2015 at the Buffalo library

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Supervisor Pero read the following Abstracts:

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Abstract 13 of 2014
*Prepaid and unpaid as of January 13, 2015

Gen Fund Town wide Vouchers Totaling: $19355.30
Gen Fund – Part Town Voucher Totaling: $7,886.35
Highway T.W. Vouchers Totaling: $7,949.29
Highway P.T. Vouchers, Total $0
Fire Protection: Vouchers: Totaling: $0
Street lighting: Voucher totaling: $2,861.74
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 11/30/14 – 12/27/14 Totaling: $39,971.01
General Part Town Payroll 11/30/14 – 12/27/14 Totaling: $850.04
Highway Payroll TW 11/30/14 – 12/27/14 Totaling: $9,138.13
Highway Payroll PT 11/30/14 – 12/27/14 Totaling: $0

Abstract 1 of 2015
*Prepaid and unpaid as of January 13, 2015

Gen Fund Town wide Vouchers Totaling: $17,457.35
Gen Fund PT. Vouchers Totaling: $7,542.50
Highway Townwide vouchers $3,319.27
Highway Part Town vouchers $200.00

Councilman DeCarlo motioned to approve payment of Abstract 13 of 2014 and Abstract 1 of 2015, 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.

Next Board meeting will be held February 10, 2015 at 7:00 PM.

At 8:42 PM, Supervisor Pero motioned to adjourn to enter executive session noting that no action will be taken after the executive session. The executive session was called to discuss a legal matter. Councilman Kaczmarek seconded the motion. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED.

Supervisor Pero and the entire Board motioned to remember those who passed away in 2014. The entire Board seconded the motion. 4 ayes, 0 nays. MOTION CARRIED. They were as follows:

Supervisor Pero then recapped those who passed away throughout the 2014 year.
January: Jason DeJoy (Councilman Clark’s son in law)
February: Josephine Notaro, Joe Perello
March: Paul Chiavetta, John Herc, Ken Ditcher
April: Mike Trask
May: Louis Catalano Jr., Dan Gernatt Sr.
June: Catherine Mittner (Patty Friend’s mom), MaryAnn Lopez (Officer Rick Lopez’s mom)
July: Justice Linda Crouse, Leah Mirusso
August: Mike Daniel and Billy Sager, Jr.
September: Art Crouse
October:
November: Mayor John Wilson (Orchard Park)
December: Thomas Militello, Elsie Sager, Ted Schaffer, Gloria Slawek (Lt. Slawek’s mom)

Respectfully submitted by,

Barbara Daniel
Brant Town Clerk


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