1980-12-09 16 MR. KESWICK- NOTED THAT THE STATE IS PLACING A NEW LIGHT AT THE CORNER OF LAFAYETTE, FOSTER AND GLEN STREETS . . . WE HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED THAT IS WILL COST $500 . 00 NOWj OR IF WE WAIT, A$1, 000 . 00., TO HAVE THE HOOK-UP REPLACED TO CHANGE THE LIGHT TO RED WHEN THERE IS A CALL. . . SUPERVISOR WALTER- THIS IS THE FIRST I KNEW ABOUT THIS . . . I WAS NOT AWARE IT WOULD BE AN EXPENSE TO OUR FIRE COMPANIES . . . I WILL BE HAPP-r. TO LOOK INTO THAT SITUATION. MR. TURNBULL-ASKED THE TOWN BOARD TO LOOK INTO THE POSSIBILITY OF BUILDING A COMMUNITY CENTER FOR YOUTH AND SENIOR CITIZENS . . . SUPERVISOR WALTER-THIS IS BEING DISCUSSED BY THE BOARD. . . ASKED FOR FURTHER INPUT, HEARING NONE THE OPEN FORUM WAS CLOSED. ON MOTION THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED. RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, DONALD A. CHASE TOWN CLERK TOWN BOARD MEETING DECEMBER 9, 1980 MEMBERS PRESENT : MRS. FRANCES WALTER-SUPERVISOR MR. DANIEL OLSON-COUNCILMAN DR. CHARLES EISENHART-COUNCILMAN MR. DANIEL MORRELL-COUNCILMAN MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON-COUNCILMAN MR. JOSEPH BRENNAN-TOWN COUNSEL PRESS : WBZA, G. F. POST STAR GUESTS : MEMBERS OF THE LOCAL FIRE COMPANIES TOWN OFFICIALS : MRS . FREEBERN, MR. GEALT MEETING OPENED. . . 6 : 37P.M. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE LED BY COUNCILMAN ROBERTSON RESOLUTION CALLING FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION JESOLUTION Nn, 333, INTRODUCED BY MR . nANIEL OLSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MR. DANIEL MORRELL : RESOLVED, THAT THE TOWN BOARD HEREBY MOVES INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS CONVEYANCE OF LAND AND PERSONNEL PROBLEMS . DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT : NONE MEETING RECONVENED AT 7 : 00 P. M. RESOLUTION TO APPROVE MINUTES RESOLUTION NO. 334, INTRODUCED BY MR. DANIEL OLSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS AD ON, SECONDED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON : RESOLVED, THAT THE MINUTES OF NOVEMBER 25, 1980 BE AND HEREBY ARE APPROVED. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : I AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE i ABSENT: NONE i RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE RATE INCREASE FOR COMMERCIAL HAULERS AT THE i 'n A. QUEENSBURY-GLENS FALLS JOINT LANDFILL USOL TION N0, 335, INTRODUCED BY MR. DANIEL OLSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MRS. FRANCES WALTER : WHEREAS, THE QUEENSBURY-GLENS FALLS JOINT LANDFILL COMMITTEE MET ON DECEMBER 1, 1980 AND WHEREAS AT THIS MEETING A MOTION WAS CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY BY THE COMMITTEE TO RECOMMEND TO THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, THAT EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15, 1981, THE PRESENT RATE OF $. 80 PER CUBIC YARD BE INCREASED TO$1 . 00 PER CUBIC YARD, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED ; THAT EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15, 1981, COMMERCIAL HAULERS AS DEFINED AS ONE WHO HAULS FOR SOMEONE, OTHER THAN HIMSELF, AND A CORPORATION OR INDIVIDUAL HAULING FOR ITSELF, WILL PAY $1 . 00 PER CUBIC YARD. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT: NONE SUPERVISOR WALTER- THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE LANDFILL HAS BEEN FOR IT TO OPERATE ON A USER FEE AND WE HAVE NOT INCREASED THE RATE FOR A YEAR AND A HALF, WE ARE NOW LOOKING AT AN INCRASE IN THE RATES FOR INDIVIDUAL" CARS, BUT FOR THE TIME WE FEEL THAT THIS INCISE IN THE CUBIC YARD IS JUSTIFIED, IN THE OPERATION OF THE LANDFILL. COUNCILMAN OLSON- THIS IS WHAT. THE LANDFILL COMMITTEE WILL BE LOOKING AT NEXT YEAR TO SEE IF THE$1 . 00 PER YARD RATE WILL TAKE CARE OF THE INCREASED COSTS . SUPERVISOR WALTER- WE ARE TRYING TO CUT THE COSTS OF THE OPERATION OF THE LANDFILL, NOTED THAT ONE EMPLOYEE HAS BEEN CUT AT THE LANDFILL OPERATION. .. RESOLUTION TO TRANSFER FUNDS RESOLURON NO. 336, INTRODUCED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS *ADOPTION, SECOINDE BY MR. DANIEL OLSON : WHEREAS, THERE EXISTS A SURPLUS IN VARIOUS ACCOUNTS AND WHEREAS, THERE EXISTS A DEFICIT IN VARIOUS ACCOUNTS, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, TO TRANSFER: $5, 000 . 00 FROM A1450 . 100 ELECTIONS, PERSONAL SERVICES$3, 700 . 00 TO A1220 . 100 SUPERVISOR, PERSONAL SERVICES $1, 300 . 00 TO A1420 . 440 TOWN ATTORNEY, CONTRACTUAL$ 342 . 00 FROM A1410 . 440 TOWN CLERK, CONTRACTUAL TO A1410 . 100 TOWN CLERK, PERSONAL SERVICES $927 . 00 FROM A1330 . 440 TAX COLLECTION, CONTRACTUAL$1, 373. 00 FROM A1355 . 100 ASSESSOR, PERSONAL SERVICES $2, 700 . 00 FROM A1355 . 200 ASSESSOR, EQUIPMENT$2, 000 . 00 FROM A1620 . 200 BUILDING, EQUIPMENT $7, 000 . 00 TO A1355 . 330 ASSESSOR, CONTRACTUAL$4, 500 . 00 FROM A1620 . 100 BUILDING, PERSONAL SERVICES TO A1620 . 440 BUILDING, CONTRACTUAL $900 . 00 FROM A1620 . 200 BUILDING, EQUIPMENT TO A1620 . 430 BUILDING, UTILITIES$1, 000 . 00 FROM A1110 . 440 JUSTICE, CONTRACTUAL $100 . 00 FROM A3310 . 430 TRAFFIC CONTROL, UTILITIES j$1, 100 . 00 TO A3120 . 860 POLICE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, HOSPITALIZATION $1, 002 . 00 FROM A1330 . 440 TAX COLLECTION, CONTRACTUAL TO A3120 . 200 POLICE, EQUIPMENT$24000 . 00 FROM A1910 . 440 UNALLOCATED INSURANCE 18 $500 . 00 TO A3510 . 100 DOG CONTROL, PERSONAL SERVICES$1, 000 . 00 TO A3510 . 440 DOG CONTROL, CONTRACTUAL $500 . 00 TO A6722 . 440 PROGRAM FOR THE AGING$ 300 . 00 FROM A3410 . 200 FIRE MARSHALL, EQUIPMENT TO A3410 . 440 FIRE MARSHALL, CONTRACTUAL $100 . 00 FROM A4010 . 100 BOARD OF HEALTH, PERSONAL SERVICES TO A4010 . 440 BOARD OF HEALTH, CONTRACTUAL$ 750 . 00 FROM A3120 . 450 POLICE, FUEL OIL $250 . 00 TO A3120 . 410 POLICE, TELEPHONE -$ 500 . 00 TO A3120 . 830 POLICE, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, SOCIAL SERVICES $5, 000 . 00 FROM CF 909 REVENUE SHARING FUND BALANCE TO A3120 . 440 POLICE, CONTRACTUAL$ 500 . 00 FROM A6420 . 440 PROMOTION/NEW INDUSTRY TO A8010 . 440 ZONING, CONTRACTUAL $350 . 00 FROM A7320 . 440 JOINT YOUTH, CONTRACTUAL TO A7310 . 430 YOUTH PROGRAMS, UTILITIES$ 310 . 00 FROM A8010 . 200 ZONING, EQUIPMENT TO A8010 . 100 ZONING, PERSONAL SERVICES $72 . 00 FROM A8010 . 420 ZONING, INSURANCE TO A8020 . 440 PLANNING, CONTRACTUAL$ 637 . 00 FROM A9010 . 800 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, RETIREMENT TO A9040 . 800 WORKERS COMPENSATION, INSURANCE $1, 000 . 00 FROM A9060 . 800 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, HOSPITALIZATION TO A9030 . 800 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, SOCIAL SECURITY$8, 000 . 00 FROM CF 909 REVENUE SHARING FUND BALANCE TO CF3120 . 100POLICE, PERSONAL SERVICES $2, 100 . 00 FROM C 909 CEMETERY FUND BALANCE$2, 000 . 00 TO C8810 . 100 PINEVIEW, PERSONAL SERVICES $100 .00 TO C9030 . 800 PINEVIEW, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, SOCIAL SECURITY$ 400 . 00 FROM C9060 . 800 PINEVIEW, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, HOSPITALIZATION TO C9030 . 800 PINEVIEW, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, SOCIAL SECURITY $15433 . 00 FROM J1-909 JOINT LANDFILL FUND BALANCE$ 2150 . 00 TO J1-8160 . 100 LANDFILL, PERSONAL SERVICES $13283 . 00 TO J1-8160 . 440 LANDFILL, CONTRACTUAL$ 350 . 00 FROM J1-8160 . 430 LANDFILL, UTILITIES TO J1-8160 . 100 LANDFILL, PERSONAL SERVICES $200 . 00 FROM J1-8160 . 410 LANDFILL, TELEPHONE TO J1-9030 . 800 LANDFILL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, SOCIAL SECURITY$3, 000 . 00 FROM SW1 8310 . 100 QSBY. WATER, ADMINISTRATION, PERSONAL SERVICES TO SW1 8310 . 440 QSBY . WATER, ADMINISTRATION, CONTRACTUAL $12000 . 00 FROM SW1 8340 . 100 QSBY . WATER, TRANS & DIST. PERSONAL SERVICES TO SW1 8320 . 100 QSBY. WATER, PUMPING, PERSONAL SERVICES$1, 000 . 00 FROM SW1 8320 . 450 QSBY. WATER, PUMPING, FUEL OIL $1, 600 . 00 FROM SW1 8310 . 420 QSBY. WATER ADMINISTRATION, INSURANCE$2, 400 . 00 FROM SW1 9010 . 800 QSBY. WATER, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, RETIREMENT $5, 000 . 00 TO SW1 8320 . 430 QSBY. WATER, PUMPING, UTILITIES$2, 702 . 00 FROM SW1 9010 . 800 QSBY . WATER, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, RETIREMENT 400 . 00 TO SW1 8330 . 100 QSBY. WATER, PUMPING, PERSONAL SERVICES $1, 050 . 00 TO SW1 8330 . 440 QSBY. WATER, PUMPING, CONTRACTUAL$1, 117 . 00 TO SW1 9030 . 800 QSBY. WATER, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, SOCIAL SECURITY $135 . 00 TO SW1 9060 . 800 QSBY . WATER, EMPLOYEE BENEFITS, HOSPITALIZATION$6, 000 . 00 FROM SW1 8340 . 400 QSBY. WATER, TRANS & DIST. CAPITAL CONTR. TO SW1 8340. 440 QSBY. WATER, TRANS, & DIST. , GENERAL CONTR. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON_, MRS . VIALTER NOES ] NINE la ABSENT: NONE RESOLUTION OF MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING RESOLUTION N, O. 3337, INTRODUCED BY MR. DANIEL MORRELL, WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MRS . FRANCES WALTER : WHEREAS, THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE WATER RESOURCES OF CERTAIN CLASSIFIED WATERS IN NEW YORK STATE AS SET FORTH IN PART III-A OF ARTICLE V OF THE CONSERVATION LAW AND., WHEREAS, THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK AND THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY ESTABLISHES AN AGREEMENT OF COOPERATION BETWEEN THE PARTIES HEREINAFTER MENTIONED FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THIS RESPONSIBILITY INSOFAR AS THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY IS CONCERNED, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT FRANCES J . WALTER, SUPERVISOR IS HEREBY EMPOWERED TO SIGN THE ATTACHED MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING IN BEHALF OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING SHALL TAKE EFFECT IMMEDIATELY UPON ITS ACCEPTANCE BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT: NONE SUPERVISOR WALTER- THIS IS A YEARLY AGREEMENT BETWEEN ENCON AND THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY . . . RESOLUTION AMENDING COLONIAL CABLEVISION AGREEMENT RESOLUTION NO. 338 , INTRODUCED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MRS . FRANCES WALTER: WHEREAS, THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY AND COLONIAL CABLEVISION, INC . HAVE HERETOFORE ENTERED INTO AN AGREEMENT TO SUPPLY CPSUE TELEVISION TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE TOWN, DATED SEPTEMBER 4, 1970, AS AMENDED, AND WHEREAS, COLONIAL CABLEVISION, INC . HAS APPLIED TO THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY TO AMEND SAID AGREEMENT AND A PUBLIC HEARING, AFTER PROPER NOTICE AND PUBLICATION, HAVING BEEN HELD ON OCTOBER 14, 1980, AND IT APPEARING THAT THE SAID AGREEMENT SHOULD BE AMENDED, NOW, ON MOTION OF MR. ROBERTSON SECONDED BY MRS . WALTER, BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE APPLICATION, AS SET FORTH IN ADDENDUM A, AND ADDENDUM B, BE APPROVED, SUBJECT TO THE FINAL APPROVAL OF THE COMMISSION ON CABLE TELEVISION OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : I AYES : DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON , MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT: NONE j ABSTAIN: MR. OLSON (ADDENDUMS A AND B ON FILE IN TOWN CLERK' S OFFICE) A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $57, 484 . 00 SERIAL BONDS OF I THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, COUNTY OF WARREN, STATE OF NEW YORK, TO PAY THE COST OF THE PURCHASE OF A WHEELLOADER FOR SAID TOWN R SF„ � �l 0. 339 INTRODUCED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, ECONDED BY DR. CHARLES EISENHART : RESOLVED, BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, WARREN COUNTY, NEW YORK, AS FOLLOWS : SECTION 1 . THE PURCHASE OF A NEW W24C WHEELLOADER FOR 20 USE BY THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED AND THE SPECIFIC OBJECT OR PURPOSE TO BE FINANCED PURSUANT TO THIS RESOLUTION IS THE PAYMENT OF THE COST OF PUR- CHASE OF SAID NEW WHEELLOADER INCLUDING EQUIPMENT THEREON AND ACCESSORIES THERETO. SECTION 2 . THE MAXIMUM ESTIMATED COST OF THE AFORESAID SPECIFIC OBJECT OR PURPOSE IS$57, 484 . 00 AND THE PLAN FOR THE FINANCING THEREOF IS BY 10E ISSUANCE OF $57,484. 00 SERIAL BONDS OF SAID TOWN OF QUEENSBURY HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO BE ISSUED PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW. SUCH BONDS ARE TO BE PAYABLE FROM AMOUNTS WHICH SHALL ANNUALLY BE LEVIED ON ALL THE TAXABLE REAL PROPERTY IN THE SAID TOWN OF QUEENSBURY AND THE FAITH AND CREDIT OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, WARREN COUNTY, NEW YORK, ARE HEREBY PLEDGED FOR THE PAYMENT OF SAID BONDS AND THE INTEREST THEREON. THE SERIAL BONDS ISSUED WILL NOT HAVE A MATURITY DATE BEYOND FIVE (5) YEARS . SECTION 3 . IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED THAT THE PERIOD OF PROBABLE USEFULNESS OF THE AFORESAID SPECIFIC OBJECT OR PURPOSE IS FIVE (5) YEARS, PURSUANT TO SUBDIVISION 28 OF PARAGRAPH A OF SECTION 11 .00 OF THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW. SECTION 4 . SUBJECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW, THE POWER TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF AND TO SELL BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE AND THE SALE OF THE SERIAL BONDS HEREIN AUTHORIZED, INCLUDING RENEWAL NOTES, IS HEREBY DELEGATED TO THE SUPERVISOR OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, THE CHEIF FISCAL OFFICER. SUCH NOTES SHALL BE OF SUCH TERMS, FORM AND CONTENTS, AND SHALL BE SOLD IN SUCH MANNER, AS MAY BE PRESCRIBED BY SAID SUPERVISOR OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, CONSISTENT WITH THE PRO- VISIONS OF THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW. " SECTION 5 . THE VALIDITY OF SUCH BONDS AND BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES MAY BE CONTESTED ONLY IF: 1) SUCH OBLIGATIONS ARE AUTHORIZED FOR A OBJECT OR PURPOSE FOR WHICH SAID TOWN IS NOT AUTHOIRZED TO EXPEND MONEY, OR I 2) THE PROVISIONS OF LAW WHICH SHOULD BE COMPLIED WITH AS OF THE DATE OF PUBLICATION OF THIS RESOLUTION ARE NOT SUB- STANTIALLY COMPLIED WITH, AND AN ACTION, SUIT OR PROCEED- ING CONTESTING SUCH VALIDITY IS COMMENCED WITHIN TWENTY (20) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SUCH PUBLICATION, OR 3) SUCH OBLIGATIONS ARE AUTHORIZED IN VIOLATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONSTITUTION. SECTION 6 . THIS RESOLUTION, WHICH TAKES EFFECT IMMEDIATELY, SHALL BE PUBLISHED IN FULL IN THE POST STAR, A NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY AND AN OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, TOGETHER WITH A NOTICE OF THE TOWN CLERK SUBSTANTIALLY IN THE FORM PROVIDED IN SECTION 81 . 00 OF THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : MONE ABSENT: NONE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF A$6, 100 . 00 BOND ANTICIPATION RENEWAL NOTE OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, COUNTY OF WARREN, STATE OF NEW YORK, TO RENEW IN PART A $30, 500 . 00 BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE OF SAID TOWN TO PAY THE COST OF THE INCREASE AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE FACILITIES OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY CONSOLIDATED WATER DISTRICT IN SAID TOWN. RFSn�QN NQ. 340, INTRODUCED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MRS. FRANCES WALTER : WHEREAS, THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY ON NOVEMBER 9, 1976 ADOPTED A BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE RESOLUTION IN THE AMOUNT OF$30, 500 . 00; AND WHEREAS, SUCH A BOND ANTICIPATIOW NOTE WAS SUBSEQUENTLY RENEWED AND SOLD BY THE SUPERVISOR OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY TO THE GLENS FALLS NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK; AND WHEREAS, SAID RENEWAL BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE IS DUE AND PAYABLE AS OF DECEMBER 11, 1980; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE SUPERVISOR OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY BE AND SHE HEREBY IS AUTHORIZED TO (A) PAY TOWARDS SAID RENEWAL BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE THE SUM OF $6, 100 . 00 AND (B) TO RENEW PARTIALLY SAID BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE WITH A BALANCE OF$6, 100 . 00 WITH THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLENS FALLS, GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK FOR A PERIOD RUNNING FROM DECEMBER 11, 1980 TO DECEMBER 10, 1981 WITH INTEREST AT THE RATE OF 8-2a PER ANNUM (A COPY OF THE RENEWAL BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE IS ATTACHED HERETO . DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR.MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS. WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT : NONE RESOLUTION TO TRANSFER FUNDS RESOLUTION NO. 341, INTRODUCED BY MR. DANIEL OLSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, S== BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON: WHEREAS, IT HAS BEEN RESOLVED THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY HIGHWAY DEPT. WILL SELL GASOLINE TO OTHER TOWN OF QUEENSBURY DEPARTMENTS AND WHEREAS, THE INCREASED COST OF GASOLINE HAS CREATED A DEFICIT IN THE DM5130 . 440 HIGHWAY MACHINERY CONTRACTUAL ACCOUNT, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, TO TRANSFER THE SURPLUS OF $3, 163 . 27 IN DM2300 PUBLIC WORK SERVICE TO DM5130 . 440 HIGHWAY MACHINERY CONTRACTUAL ACCOUNT FOR THIS PURPOSE. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT: NONE RESOLUTION TO TRANSFER FUNDS RESOLUTION NO. 342 INTRODUCED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY DR. CHARLES EISENHART : WHEREAS, THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY HAS MONEY AVAILABLE TO ESTABLISH A SEWER FUND, AND WHEREAS, THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY HAS INCURRED EXPENSES WITH JOSEPH BRENNAN, ESQ. FOR THE APPEAL PROCEEDINGS IN THE AMOUNT — OF$3, 075 . 40 NOW, THEREFORE BE IT I; RESOLVED, TO APPROPRIATE $3, 075 . 40 FROM A201 GENERAL FUND CASH TO SS4-201 SEWER DISTRICT FUND. I DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE: AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE j ABSENT : NONE 22 RESOLUTION TO TRANSFER FUNDS RESOLUTION NO . 343 , INTRODUCED BY MR . DANIEL OLSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MR. DANIEL MORRELL : WHEREAS, THE TOWNOF QUEENSBURY HAS DEEMED IT NECESSARY TO PURCHASE DIESEL FUEL AND OTHER NECESSARY REPAIRS THROUGH THE END OF THE YEAR AND WHEREAS, THERE EXISTS A DEFICIT IN DM5130 . 440 HIGHWAY MACHINERY, CONTRACTUAL AND WHEREAS, THERE EXISTS A SURPLUS IN DM5130 . 200 HIGHWAY MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, TO TRANSFER$5, 000 . 00 FROM DM5130 . 200 HIGHWAY MACHINER, EQUIPMENT OT DM5130 . 440 HIGHWAY MACHINERY, CONTRACTUAL. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : �-✓ AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT : NONE RESOLUTION TO CONVEY REAL PROPERTY SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM R n tiTTnN Nn_ 344* INTRODUCED BY DR. CHARLES EISENHART WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON : WHEREAS, BY DEED DATED DECEMBER 5, 1975 AND RECORDED IN THE WARREN COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE ON FEBRUARY 19, 1976 IN BOOK 594 OF DEEDS AT PAGE 1000, HENRY J . SLEIGHT CONVEYED TO THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY CERTAIN PROPERTY FOR TOWN HIGHWAY PURPOSES, SAID PROPERTY CONSTITUTING A PART OF HELEN STREET (OR HELEN DRIVE) AND WHEREAS, THE ROADWAY SO CONVEYED TO THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY THEREBY IS IN PART, SEVENTY-FIVE (75 ' ) IN WIDTH AND WHEREAS, HIGHWAY LAW, SECTION 171 MANDATES A MINIMUM WIDTH OF THREE (3) RODS FOR A TOWN ROADWAY AND WHEREAS, GEORGE SENECAL BUILDERS, INC . , AS THE OWNER OF LOTS 73 AND 74 AS SHOWN ON A MAP ENTITLED "EVERGREEN SUBDIVISION, SECTION 3". MADE BY JOHN B. VANDUSEN, LICENSED LAND SURVEYOR, DATED AUGUST 6, 1969, REVISED OCTOBER 25, 1973, NOVEMBER 7, 1973 AND DECEMBER 18, 1973 AND FILED IN THE WARREN COUNTY CLERK' S OFFICE ON DECEMBER 28, 1973, HAS REQUESTED THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY TO SELL TO GEORGE SENECAL BUILDERS, INC . A PORTION OF THIS LAND AS IS SHOWN ON A COPY OF A PORTION OF A MAP, AS IS ANNEXED HERE- TO AND MAP A PART HEREOF, AND AS IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS : "BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWESTERLY CORNER OF LOT 73 AS SHOWN ON A MAP OF EVER- GREEN SUBDIVISION, SECTION 3, MADE BY JOHN B. VANDUSEN, LICENSED LAND SUR- VEYOR, DATED AUGUST 6, 1969, REVISED OCTOBER 25, 1973, NOVEMBER 7, 1973 AND DECEMBER 181 1973 AND FILED IN THE WARREN COUNTY CLERK' S OFFICE ON DECEMBER 28 1973 • THENCE SOUTH 06 22 ' W A DISTANCE OF 201 . 01 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE NORTH 01 26 ' E A DISTANCE OF 52 . 29 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE NORTH 08 6 ' E A DISTANCE OF 148 . 98 FEET TO THE POINT OR PLACE OF BEGINNING, CONTAINING 0 . 01 ACRES OF LAND MORE OR LESS . " AND WHEREAS, THE CONVEYANCE OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY WOULD NOT AFFECT IN ANY DEGREE THE ROADWAY OF HELEN STREET (OR HELEN DRIVE) OR THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY AND AS SAID ABOVE-DESCRIBED PROPERTY IS NOT NEEDED FOR TOWN HIGHWAY OR OTHER PURPOSES, AND I WHEREAS, THE TOWN BOARD HAS BEEN INFORMED BY MICHAEL R. SWAN, SOLE ASSESSOR OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, THAT THE ABOVEDESCRIBED 0 . 01 ACRES OF LAND MORE OR LESS HAS A FAIR MARKET VALUE OF TWO HUNDRED j DOLLARS ( $200 . 00) NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT 23 RESOLVED, THAT THE ABOVE—DESCRIBED 0 . 01 ACRES OF LAND MORE OR LESS BE SOLD AND CONVEYED BY THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY TO GEORGE SENECAL BUILDERS, INC . FOR THE SUM OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS ($200 . 00) PLUS PAYMENT BY GEORGE SENECAL BUILDERS, INC . TO THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY OF ANY AND ALL EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY OF ANY TYPE, INCLUDING COSTS OF POSTING AND PUBLICATION OF A NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF THIS RESOLUTION SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM, LEGAL EXPENSES ETC . AND, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT THE SUPERVISOR OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY BE AND SHE IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED, UPON RECEIPT OF PAYMENT BY GEORGE SENECAL BUILDERS, INC . OF THE AFORESAID TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS ($200 . 00) AND EXPENSES DESCRIBED ABOVE, TO EXECUTE AND DELIVER TO GEORGE SENECAL BUILDERS, INC . , A QUITE CLAIM DEED CONVEYING THE INTEREST OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY IN THE ABOVE—DESCRIBED 0 . 01 ACRES OF LAND MORE OR LESS TO GEORGE SENECAL BUILDERS, INC . AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT THE TOWN CLERK BE AND HE IS HEREBY DIRECTED TO TAKE ANY AND ALL ACTION REQUIRED BY LAW RELATIVE TO POSTING, PUBLICATION OR OTHER REQUIREMENTS, TO PROVIDE ALL LEGAL NOTICES RELATIVE TO THE ADOPTION OF THIS RESOLUTION WHICH IS SUBJECT TO PERMISSIVE REFERENDUM. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE: AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR.ROBERTSON, 'MRS . WALTER NOES : MR. MORRELL ABSENT : NONE COUNCILMAN MORRELL— I THINK IT SHOULD BE BROUGHT OUT .. .THIS RESOLUTION IS BEING PROPOSED BECAUSE TWO HOUSES IN QUESTION ARE AT THE PRESENT TIME TOO CLOSE TO A ROAD WHICH IS 75 ' RIGHT OF WAY, WHICH WAS ASSUMED TO BE 50 ' RIGHT OF WAY. THEREFORE, THE TWO BUILDINGS ARE IN VIOLATION TO THE TOWN LAWS AND ALSO THE SUBDIVISION COVENANCE, Its APPROVING THIS RESOLUTION MR. SENECAL WILL NOT HAVE TO MOVE THE HOUSES . RESOLUTION TO ENTER INTO AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE ENGINEERING MAPPING FOR THE QUEENSBURY CONSOLIDATED WATER DISTIRCT RESOLUTION NO. 345 INTRODUCED BY MR. HAMMON D ROBERTSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS AD07TrON, SECONDED BY MRS . FRANCES WALTER : WHEREAS, DUE TO THE CONTINUING EXPANSION OF THE QUEENSBURY WATER DISTRI- BUTION SYSTEM OVER THE PAST 14 YEARS THERE HAS DEVELOPED A NEED FOR A COMPREHENSIVE ENGINEERING MAPPING AND RECORD SYSTEM, AND WHEREAS, WATER SUPERINTENDENT, THOMAS K. FLAHERTY HAS RECOMMENDED THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THIS COMPREHENSIVE MAPPING SYSTEM FOR THE ORDERLY AND EFFICIENT MAINTENANCE OF THE WATER SYSTEM, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE FIRM OF KESTNER ENGINEERS, P. C. BE ENGAGED TO PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE MAPPING SERVICES FOR THE QUEENSBURY CONSOLIDATED WATER DISTRICT AT A COST NOT TO EXCEED$8, 000 . 00 DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER l NOES : NONE i ABSENT: NONE SUPERVISOR WALTER— IT WAS BROUGHT UP THAT THIS WAS AN EXCELLENT IDEA �— TO HAVE THIS MAPPING DONE FOR THE FUTURE . . . PERHAPS WE SHOULD BE MAPPING THE TOWN TO THE SAME SCALE. . . I WILL LOOK INTO THAT. . . COMMUNICATIONS  MOBILE HOME APPLICATION OF GOLDIE LOPEZ OF ILLINOIS AVE. MOBILE HOME I EXCHANGE. . . MR. LOPEZ (SON OF MRS . LOPEZ) WAS PRESENT . . . I COUNCILMAN ROBERTSON— THE OLD TRAILOR WILL BE REMOVED? i MR. LOPEZ—YES COUNCILMAN EISENHART— WHAT YEAR IS THE PRESENT ONE? i 24 MR. LYNN- THE 50 ' S RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE REPLACEMENT OF MOBILE HOME RF�UTION NO. 346 INTRODUCED BY DR. CHARLES EISENHART WHO MOVED FOR ITS AD , ECONDED BY MR. DANIEL MORRELL : WHEREAS, GOLDIE LOPEZ HAS MADE APPLICATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 2 (C) SECTION 4, OF AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY ENTITLED; ORDINANCE FOR THE REGULATION OF MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME COURTS IN THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, WARREN COUNTY, NEW YORK, TO REPLACE A MOBILE HOME ON ILLINOIS AVENUE . , AND f WHEREAS, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED THAT THE FACTS PRESENTED IN SAID APPLICATION ARE SUFFICIENT TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF THE PERMIT REQUESTED BY SAID APPLICATION, AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED ORDINANCE, PERMISSION IS HEREBY GIVEN TO GOLDIE LOPEZ TO REPLACE A MOBILE HOME AT ILLINOIS AVENUE AND THAT THE BUILDING INSPECTOR IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED AND DIRECTED TO ISSUE SUCH PERMIT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SAID ORDINANCE . DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT: NONE MOBILE HOME APPLICATION OF EDWARD W. STONE TO REPLACE A MOBILE HOME ON UPPER SHERMAN AVENUE. . .MR. STONE WAS PRESENT. . . 1980 MOBILE HOME . . . COUNCILMAN EISENHART- THIS WILL BE PLACED ON THE SAME FOUNDATION . . . YOU WILL USE THE SAME SEWAGE SYSTEM? MR. STONE-YES RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE REPLACEMENT OF MOBILE HOME RESOD Tnl l\ln j47 , INTRODUCED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MR. DANIEL OLSON: WHEREAS, MR . EDWARD W. STONE HAS MADE APPLICATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 2 (C) SECTION '4, OF AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY ENTITLED; ORDINANCE FOR THE REGULATION OF MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME COURTS IN THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY, WARREN COUNTY, NEW YORK, TO REPLACE A MOBILE HOME ON UPPER SHERMAN AVENUE . , AND WHEREAS, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED THAT THE FACTS PRESENTED IN SAID APPLICATION ARE SUFFICIENT TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF THE PERMIT REQUESTED BY SAID APPLICATION, AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED ORDINANCE, PERMISSION IS HEREBY GIVEN TO MR. EDWARD W. STONE TO REPLACE A MOBILE HOME AT UPPER SHERMAN AVENUE AND THAT THE BUILDING INSPECTOR �1 IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED AND DIRECTED TO ISSUE SUCH PERMIT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SAID ORDINANCE . DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER I NOES : NONE I ABSENT: NONE I LTR. FORM CHIEF JUDKINS- RE : RECOMMENDATION FOR ACCEPTANCE OF BID ON NEW PATROL CARS . ON FILE RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT BID ON NEW PATROL CARS i 1 RESOLUTION NO, 348, INTRODUCED BY MRS . FRANCES WALTER WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON : WHREAS, ACTING CHIEF CHARLES JUDKINS OF THE QUEENSBURY POLICE DEPT. OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY DID RECOMMEND THAT WE ADVERTISE FOR BIDS FOR TWO NEW POLICE CARS, AND WHEREAS, TWO BIDS WERE -SUBMITTED AND OPEND AT THE SPECIFIED TIME AND PLACE BY THE DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING, DONALD A. CHASE, AND SUCH BIDS WERE TURNED OVER TO ACTING POLICE CHIEF CHARLES JUDKINS FOR HIS RECOMMENDATION. , AND j WHEREAS, THE LOWEST BID DID NOT MEET THE SPECIFICATIONS AND ( - WHEREAS, ACTING CHEIF JUDKINS BY LETTER HAS REQUESTED THAT THE HIGH BID SUBMITTED BY MALIBIE GARAGE INC . OF LAKE GEORGE, NEW YORK, IN THE AMOUNT OF $7, 751 . 00 EACH DOES MEET THE SPECIFICATIONS, BE ACCEPTED, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWNOF QUEENSBURY HEREBY ACCEPTS THE BID OF MALTBIE GARAGE INC. OF LAKE GEORGE FOR TWO NEW POLICE CARS AT A COST OF$7, 751 . 00 EACH AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT THE FINANCING OF THESE TWO CARS WILL COME FROM THE 1980 BUDGET. DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT : NONE LTR. k BUILDING & ZONING DEPARTMENT DECEMBER 3, 1980 QUEENSBURY TOWN BOARD MRS . FRANCES WALTER, SUPERVISOR ON DECEMBER 31, 1980 I WILL CONCLUDE MY EMPLOYMENT WITH THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY.' IT WAS A PRIVILEGE TO HAVE SERVED THE TOWN BOARD AND THE PEOPLE OF THE TOWN OF QUEENSBURY . RESPECTFULLY, /S/ GEORGE P. LIAPES BUILDING INSPECTOR LTR. BUILDING INSPECTOR -' DECEMBER 4, 1980 I TO : QUEENSBURY TOWN BOARD _ HAVING SERVED AS ASSISTANT BUILDING INSPECTOR FOR THE PAST TWO AND A HALF YEARS, I WOULD LIKE TO REQUEST CONSIDERATION FOR THE VACANCY OF BUILDING INSPECTOR CREATED BY MR. LIAPES ' RETIREMENT. RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, /S/ STEPHEN F. LYNN LTR. DECEMBER 8, 1980 MEMBERS OF THE TOWN BOARD TOWN OF QUEENSBURY i 26 AT THE REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE MEETING OF DECEMBER 4, 1980, MR. WILLIAM BACAS RECEIVED THE ENDORSEMENT OF THE COMMITTEE FOR THE POSITION OF QUEENSBURY TOWN JUSTICE TO REPLACE G. THOMAS MOYNIHAN, EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 1981 . THE COMMITTEE VOTED TO PRESENT THE NAME OF WILLIAM BACAS TO THE QUEENSBURY TOWN BOARD FOR THEIR CONSIDERATION . SECRETARY, /S/ DONALD A. CHASE REPORTS BUILDING AND ZONING MONTHLY REPORT NOVEMBER 1980 ON FILE TOWN CLERK' S MONTHLY REPORT NOVEMBER 1980 ON FILE SUPERVISOR WALTER- DUE TO THE RESIGNATION OF MR. REED THERE NOW EXISTS A VACANCY ON THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS, APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED. . . OPEN FORUM 7 : 42 P.M. MR. KESSLER-QSBY. CENTRAL FIRE CO . - ASKED IF THERE HAS BEEN ANY PROGRESS IN THE FIRE CONTRACT SINCE THE LAST MEETING? COUNCILMAN EISENHART- ANNOUNCED THAT HE HAS NOW RECEIVED THE 1981 BUDGETS FROM ALL THE FIRE COMPANIES . . . . . SUPERVISOR WALTER- ANNOUNCED THAT THE TOWN B0Aq) AND THE FIRE STUDY COMMITTEE WILL BE MEETING ON DECEMBER 18TH TO FURTHER NEGOTIATE . . GLEN GREGORY- SPOKE TO THE TOWN BOARD ON THE IMPORTANCE OF SETTLING THE FIRE COMPANY CONTRACT . . . ASKED IF ON DECEMBER 18TH WILL THERE BE A FINAL VOTE? COUNCILMAN ROBERTSON- IT WILL NOT BE A FINAL VOTE, WE HOPE TO REACH A CONSENSUS BETWEEN ALL OF US . . . SUPERVISOR WALTER- ASKED FOR FURTHERINPUT, HEARING NONE THE OPEN FORUM WAS CLOSED. RESOLUTION TO APPROVE AUDIT OF BILLS $ESQjrl_jjQU N INTRODUCED BY DR. CHARLES EISENHART WHO MOVED FOR ITS ADOPTION, SECONDED BY MR. HAMMOND ROBERTSON : RESOLVED, THAT AUDIT OF BILLS AS LISTED ON ABSTRACT NO. 80-12A AND NUMBERED 2054 THROUGH 2239 AND TOTALING$90892 .48 BE AND HEREBY IS APPROVED DULY ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE : AYES : MR. OLSON, DR. EISENHART, MR. MORRELL, MR. ROBERTSON, MRS . WALTER NOES : NONE ABSENT : NONE ON MOTION THE MEETING WAS ADJOURNED. J RESPECTFULLY, DONALD A. CHASE TOWN CLERK I