MINUTES OF TOWN BOARD MTG 5-8-07


Minutes of regular meeting with Public hearing for proposed Local Law #2- 2007 of the Brant Town Board which was held on Tuesday May 8th, 2007 at 7:30 PM, 1294 Brant North Collins Road, Brant, New York at the Brant Town Hall. There were present: Supervisor Leonard K. Pero Councilman John Arrigo Councilman Jeffrey W. Gier Councilwoman Roseann Turner Councilman John J. Chiavetta Attorney William J. Trask Recording Secretary: Town Clerk Thea A. Ells Also present were: Gary Brecker, Dave Hock, Joseph Giambrone, Billy Wesp, Charles Arrigo, John Finster, Tom Banzer, Lee Brunelli, Brian Rott, Diane Czyz, Chad Kaczmarek, Michele Browning, Paul Schlegel, Dan Rott, Scott Kaczmarek, Erica Lothren, Ron Friend, Tim Kobel, Michael Muffoletto, Brian Kauzala The meeting was called to order at 7:30 PM with a pledge to the flag led by Supervisor Pero. Supervisor Pero made a short announcement to the audience: We are all here for the taxpayers and residents of the Town of Brant and nothing at this meeting should be taken personally. This is about a Town Board meeting making decisions in the best interest of the Town for its residents. Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of motion 76-07, seconded by Councilwoman Turner 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: April 10 2007 TOWN BOARD MINUTES AND RECORD OF APRIL 14 TOWN FORUM GATHERING ARE APPROVED Councilwoman Turner moved for the adoption of motion 77-07, seconded by Councilman Chiavetta 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: SUPERVISORS MARCH 2007 FINANCIAL REPORT IS APPROVED Councilman Chiavetta moved for the adoption of motion 78-07, seconded by Councilwoman Turner 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING BUDGET MODIFICATIONS FOR THE MONTH ENDING MARCH 2007 General Fund Townwide $ 79.00 from A1990.4 Contingent Account $ (79.00) to A1410.2 Clerk-Equip/Cap Out $ 8,163.00 Increase A510 Estimated Revenues $ (8,163.00) Increase A960 Appropirations $ 8,163.00 Increase A3060 State Aid-Records Mgmt $ (8,163.00) Increase A1460.22 Records Mgmt-Equip/Cap Out(Superv cabinets) To increase the 2007 budgeted revenues and expenditures for the NYS Archive Grant received for new file cabinets in the Supervisor's Office. $ 4,885.00 from A1990.4 Contingent Account $ (4,885.00) to A1620.2 Town Hall-Equip/Cap Out For construction of Town Hall new Office and Coffee cabinet. $ 80.00 from A1990.4 Contingent Account $ (80.00) to A4020.4 Registrar of Vital Statistics Highway Part Town $ 968.00 from DB9060.8 Hospital & Medical Insurance $ (968.00) to DB9040.8 Workmans Compensation Councilman Gier, moved for the adoption of motion 79-07, seconded by Councilman Arrigo 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TOWN CLERKS & COLLECTOR OF TAXES APRIL 2007 FINANCIAL RECONCILIATION REPORT BE ACCEPTED Councilman Turner moved for the adoption of motion 80-07, seconded by Councilman Gier 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: JUSTICE GUGINO?S APRIL 2007 FINANCIAL RECONCILIATION REPORT BE ACCEPTED Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of motion 81-07, seconded by Councilman Chiavetta 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: JUSTICE RITZ?S APRIL 2007 FINANCIAL RECONCILIATION REPORT BE ACCEPTED Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of motion 82-07, seconded by Councilman Arrigo 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: APRIL 2007 CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER?S REPORT BE ACCEPTED AS READ Attached to CEO report is a letter requesting rezoning. Attorney Trask gave T/C Thea Ells some copies of other town?s petition and or application for rezoning request for Gary Brecker to work on to come up with a process and forms for this type of request, as Thea could not find any past requests to be able to follow a procedure. Attached also is an excerpt from The Town of Brant?s Code Book for reference to our procedure. NO APRIL 2007 DOG CONTROL OFFICERS REPORT Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of motion 83-07, seconded by Councilman Arrigo 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: APRIL 2007 BRANT POLICE DEPT.?S OFFICER IN CHARGE REPORT BE ACCEPTED AS READ Councilwoman Turner moved for the adoption of resolution 84-07, seconded by Supervisor Pero 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO HAVE PICTURE OF OFFICER AMBO PLACED IN THE TOWN HALL TO COMMEMORATE HIS SERVICE Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of motion 85-07, seconded by Councilman Arrigo 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: APRIL 2007 TOWN CLERKS REPORT TO THE BOARD BE ACCEPTED AS READ Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of motion 86-07, seconded by Councilman Chiavetta 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: APRIL 2007 BRANT PLANNING BOARD REPORT BE ACCEPTED AS READ As the CEO and planning board both mentioned a variance application Attorney Trask clarified that the CEO has the authority to reconsider an application for a building permit he has previously denied when more information is obtained and Trask wanted the Planning Board to be aware that their part of the procedure is to review and recommend plans. Clerks note: All Department Reports are attached in Minute Book; financial reports are filed in respective offices. Supervisors? answers to last month?s questions: None Acknowledgment of Visitors was opened by Supervisor Pero. Erie County Health Dept. representative, John Finster, spoke to the Board and audience concerning a study they are conducting in relation to causes for beach closure. A study of water samples they are collecting on beach and streams looking for septic system failure, storm sewer failure, and broken sewer lines will be conducted throughout the summer. Erie County can correct problems with septic and DEC would be involved with storm sewer or sewer lines. They will be reporting to the DEC any contamination. 8:00 PM Break for Public hearing: Town Clerk read the following notice and verified publication and posting of the following: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a PUBLIC HEARING to be held by the Brant Town Board in the Town Hall, 1294 Brant-North Collins Road, Brant, New York on the 8th day of May, 2007 at 8:00 P.M. Local Time for the purpose of considering the adoption of proposed local law #2 of 2007 which would amend section 161-19 of the zoning ordinance of the Town of Brant by imposing guidelines for interpreting uses and improvements within the district regulations. Copies of the proposed local law are available for review in the office of the Town Clerk, 1294 Brant-North Collins Road, Brant, New York during regular business hours. All interested parties will be given an opportunity to be heard. Dated: April 25, 2007 Supervisor Pero read proposed Local Law #2. Mike Muffoletto asked for an interpretation of the law. Attorney Trask explained that zoning law is a land use regulation, Part A: states that all land in the Town of Brant is to be used in the manner that the zoning law states, Part B states that if you have a new proposed use other than listed you would go to the code officer and file a zoning variance or rezoning, what this says if your are proposing a use that is not listed, something that was not anticipated, you are required to ask for an amendment to the law or file a variance application. This laws intent is to clarify the zoning uses as our current code does not state this but is interpreted in that regard. Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of motion 87-07, seconded by Councilman Chiavetta 5 Ayes Pero, Arrigo, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR PROPOSED LOCAL LAW #2. Supervisor Pero moved for the adoption of resolution 050807-#88, seconded by Councilman Chiavetta A roll call vote was taken: 5 Ayes 0 Nays Supervisor Pero Voting Aye Councilman Chiavetta Voting Aye Councilwoman Turner Voting Aye Councilman Arrigo Voting Aye BE IT RESOLVED THAT RESOLUTION 050807-#88 STATES THAT THE BRANT TOWN BOARD HAS FOUND THAT THERE IS A NEGATIVE DECLARATION UNDER SEQRA WITH THE PASSING OF PROPOSED LOCAL LAW #2 Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of Local Law #1 of 2007, resolution 050807-#89 seconded by Councilman Chiavetta A roll call vote was taken: 5 Ayes 0 Nays Councilman Gier Voting Aye Councilman Chiavetta Voting Aye Councilwoman Turner Voting Aye Supervisor Pero Voting Aye Councilman Arrigo Voting Aye BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE BRANT TOWN BOARD APPROVES ADOPTION OF PROPOSED LOCAL LAW #2 AS ADOPTED LOCAL LAW #1 OF 2007 AS FOLLOWS: Be it enacted by the Town Board of the Town of Brant as follows 1. Section 161-19 of the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Brant is hereby renamed ?Uses and Improvements to Conform With District Regulations; Limitations and Interpretations? and is amended to read as follows: a. No lot, yard or court may be used and no building, structure or improvements, or part thereof, may be constructed, moved, extended, altered or used except in conformity with the provisions of this chapter. b. Any use not specifically identified or listed as a permitted principal use, a permitted accessory use or a special permit use in the District Regulations (Article IV), shall be deemed prohibited in any district until this Chapter has been amended to list such use as a permitted use. Where permitted uses are identified by generic words or descriptions, the Code Enforcement Officer shall determine whether a specific use shall be construed to be part of such generic class. In making such determination, the Code Enforcement Officer shall consider to what extent the proposed use is similar to the class of use indicated in the Schedule of Uses. 2. This law shall take effect upon filing in the office of the Secretary of State. Acknowledgment of Visitors was resumed. Timothy Kobel addressed the board with concerns over his problems with his neighbor and has had no action to his satisfaction and has continually contacted the Code Officer with no results. Gary Brecker has some questions for Kobel and CEO and Kobel will meet. CEO states that his office is not to be used to settle neighbor issues. Acknowledgment of Visitors was closed. OLD BUSINESS: Direct Deposit: Pero reported that fourteen employees are interested and fourteen not interested and some have not replied, and the whole payroll (all employees) would have a week held back. As the Town pays per payroll it has to be done this way. Chiavetta and Turner were concerned that some employees would be affected by the holding of a week pay and that employees were not made aware of the change that would result. Attorney Trask suggested clarification to the employees of issues associated with the deduction, it is up to them to check with their own banks for other information. Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of motion 90-07, seconded by Councilman Chiavetta 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO TABLE ACTION OF DIRECT DEPOSIT Recreation: Pero stated that the pool would be tentatively open June 24th and then closed till July 2&3 and then reopen July 6th through August 17th. Recreation will be from July 9th through August 17th. Interviews for attendees and lifeguards are set for Wednesday May 9th. Pero asked for Board to set fees. Cost last year was presently $50.00 per 1st child, $35.00 per 2nd child, $25.00 per 3rd child, $150.00 family max. Pero stated that what it was that questions came up that non residents were charged the same as residents who are paying taxes for the park and program, and stated that grandparents (immediate family) in the town were not considered as out of town. Gier was questioned the cost for the buses. Chiavetta felt that it would be hard to determine out of town campers. Pero was in favor of bus increase and leaving the fees the same. Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of resolution 91-07, seconded by Councilman Chiavetta 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO SET RECREATION PROGRAM FEES: $55.00 PER 1ST CHILD, $40.00 PER 2ND CHILD, $30.00 PER 3RD CHILD, FAMILY MAX OF $155.00 AND BUS FEE OF $20.00 PER CHILD. Project Reviews: Pero reported that Surf side water extension is slated to begin May 9th Memorial Park: Lights are set; concrete should be in next week for the clock and gazebo; and Concord Nurseries will be placing bushes soon. Arrigo asked if the next project could be stone memorial with veterans? names from Brant. Councilman Chiavetta moved for the adoption of resolution 92-07, seconded by Councilwoman Turner 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: USING CDBG MONIES FOR THE MEMORIAL PARK PROJECT TO PURCHASE A 12 BY 18 VINYL GAZEBO FROM CONCORD AMISH VILLAGE FOR $5,700.00. Senior Community Building: Councilman Chiavetta moved for the adoption of resolution 93-07, seconded by Supervisor Pero 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO ACCEPT QUOTE FROM MARDINO FOR WINDOW REPLACEMENTS AND ONE DOOR AT THE SENIOR COMMUNITY BUILDING FOR $4275.00 (using member item money from Senator Volker) Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of resolution 94-07, seconded by Councilwoman Turner 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO ACCEPT QUOTE FROM SCHULTZ FOR A GAS STOVE WITH MICROWAVE HOOD, AND REFRIGERATOR TOTALING $1798.00 (using member item money form Senator Volker) Supervisor Pero presented to the board quotes for the patio and kitchen serving area with a change as they do not have to knock the cupboards out. Attorney Trask stated that the bids need to be redone due to competitive bidding requirements due to the job estimates of over $20,000.00. Pero will ask for the quotes to be split for the kitchen job and the patio separately, and present those next month. Town Park: Playground equipment has been purchased and the installation part has to be done: From Woodson: to do everything is $7500.00 or to have them dig the main holes and supervise will be $2500.00. Councilwoman Turner moved for the adoption of resolution 95-07, seconded by Councilman Gier 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO HAVE THE SUPERVISED INSTALLATION WITH SETTING OF POLES OF THE NEW PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT FOR $2,500.00. Councilman Chiavetta moved for the adoption of resolution 96-07, seconded by Supervisor Pero 4 Ayes Pero, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays 1 Abstain Gier ADOPTED: TO PUT OUT TO BID THE RESURFACING OF THE TENNIS BASKETBALL COURT COMBINATION OF AREA 100 FT BY 120 FT. AT 1 INCH THICK BLACKTOP AND TO SEAL WITH 2 COATS OF SEALER AND GREEN STRIPES AND TO REPLACE THE TENNIS COURT POLES AND NEW BASKETBALL HOOP POLES. BID OPENING WILL BE JUNE 12TH @ 8:00 PM. (changed to June 7th) Councilwoman Turner moved for the adoption of resolution 97-07, seconded by Councilman Gier 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO RENDER ALL BUILDINGS AND OLD EQUIPMENT ON THE NEW TOWN PROPERTY AS SURPLUS Councilman Chiavetta moved for the adoption of resolution 98-07, seconded by 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO APPROVE THE USE OF EIGHT OR NINE AMISH WORKERS TO VOLUNTEER THEIR TIME IN REMOVING BUILDINGS ON THE NEW PARK LAND THIS MOTION IS CONTINGENT ON CEO?S CLEARANCE FOR WORK., AND HAS BEEN APPROVED BY INSURANCE COMPANY AND ATTORNEY. Pero stated that a dumpster will be there for roofing materials but in need of a flatbed for the wood. Spray pool: Supervisor Pero presented a new quote from Koester for a used unit they pulled which is six to eight months old for $14,000.00 installed.(Last year $25,000.00) Joe Giambrone notified the Board that the plumbing will be effected greatly, and that the two pools are tied together. Board members agreed that the spray pool will have to wait. Supervisor Pero presented quotes from Landscape Architect for the park plan ? placement of playground and walking path, according to the grant Wendell - $3,200.00 , CRA ? $2,950.00 Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of resolution 99-07, seconded by Councilwoman Turner 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO AWARD THE LOW BIDDER, CRA, FOR THE PARK PLANS IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,950.00. NEW BUSINESS: Review Local Law #3. This law clarifies that commercial district with special use permits, is the appropriate zone for trucking terminal. The planning board was asked to recommend to the Town Board minimum area lot requirements and set backs. The Board would like a definition for trucking terminal, from the planning board. Attorney Trask clarified what conforming uses are and that they are required for land use laws and advised that the planning board should revisit this law, with input from the CEO, and Attorney. There was discussion about the intent of the last Master Plan for land use in the town and agricultural exemptions which would apply. Councilwoman Turner moved for the adoption of resolution 100-07, seconded by Councilman Gier 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO TABLE SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING FOR PROPOSED LOCAL LAW #3 Review Local Law #4: Planning boards recommendation was for the town board to set the fee schedule for permits etc., the other recommendation of wind units only allowed east of the Thruway was not clarified. Attorney Trask asked that the board members carefully review the law with consideration of the planning boards? recommendations, with consideration to the master plan, and the zoning map. Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of resolution 101-07, seconded by Supervisor Pero 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays Adopted: TO TABLE SETTING OF A PUBLIC HEARING FOR PROPOSED LOCAL LAW #4 Discussion on a committee being formed to review master plan and the zoning laws with members of the planning board, CEO and Attorney. There was discussion about the passage of proposed Local Law #1 and the Board agreed to leave it tabled. MOU SW regional Water: Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of amended MOU for SW Regional Water, resolution 050807-#102 seconded by Councilwoman Turner A roll call vote was taken: 5 Ayes 0 Nays Councilman Gier Voting Aye Councilwoman Turner Voting Aye Councilman Chiavetta Voting Aye Councilman Arrigo Voting Aye Supervisor Pero Voting Aye BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE BRANT TOWN BOARD APPROVES WHEREAS, at its February 13, 2007 meeting, the Brant Town Board adopted a Resolution authorizing Supervisor Pero to execute and enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Towns of Eden, Collins and North Collins and the Villages of North Collins and Angola to engage in cooperative efforts to evaluate, develop, construct and maintain the Southwest Erie County Water Project in their respective communities, and WHEREAS, as a result of changes in the grants actually received as part of the project funding, the schedule of matching funds expected from the participating municipalities has changed, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board of the Town of Brant hereby ratifies its original authorization of February 13, 2007 with the amended Schedule A ?Schedule of Matching Funds? which now shows that the maximum amount of matching funds for which the Town of Brant could be responsible for this project shall be the sum of $5,300.00, and it is further RESOLVED, that Supervisor Pero is authorized to execute any addendum to the existing Memorandum of Understanding or other documents as may be necessary to effect this change Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of resolution 103-07, seconded by Councilman Chiavetta 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays TO ADOPTED: TO TAKE PART IN A TWO PART SURVEY FOR THE AMOUNT OF $1300.00 WITH CRA INFRASTRUCTURES FOR THE SW REGIONAL WATER PROJECT. Health Insurance: Councilman Arrigo moved for the adoption of resolution 104-07, seconded by Councilman Gier 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO GIVE AUTHORITY TO SUPERVISOR PERO TO SIGN CONTRACT Sidewalks: The Board members discussed the sidewalk project of 2112 feet long and 3 feet wide which consists of blacktop which needs to be resurfaced. There was a question of ADA requirements and this would be looked into till the next workshop. Reports of Committees: Employee Benefit: Gier/Arrigo Gier reported that Richard Gryska has a format to follow and he will review Parking lot and driveway at the park will be done: Park Gate: gate will be closed at 10:00 PM unless otherwise arranged Recreation Building: Grant Letters: Pero read letters form Senator Volker for the grant of monies for the Surfside Extension, and the additional $20,000.00 for the Senior Community Building. Highway & Building & Grounds Superintendent: Joe Giambrone asked if the upper pavilion was to have concrete work done- yes it was approved last year, he also asked for flags for the park for the summer fest. Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of resolution 105-07, seconded by Councilwoman Turner 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: APPROVAL TO PURCHASE FLAGS FOR THE TOWN PARK Energy: Supervisor Pero set a tentative date for July 21 for an Energy Fair Agricultural Farm Labor Issue: Pero announced that Legislature Bob Reynolds: is working on a type of relief workers for farmers OTHER REPORTS: Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of resolution 106-07, seconded by Supervisor Pero 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Arrigo Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: TO APPROVE BRANT HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT INTERN TO RIDE ALONG IN POLICE CAR WITH ON DUTY OFFICERS SUBJECT TO ATTORNEY APPROVAL OF INSURANCE, PERMISSION SLIPS, ETC. Phone System: Councilman Chiavetta reported that there was no need to purchase a new copier at this time and that he was beginning a review into the phone system at the Town Hall. Supervisor Pero announced that Memorial Day celebration would be held on Monday May 28th at 9:00 AM at Memorial Park Supervisor Pero is looking for a disaster coordinator and will announce when he will be conducting interviews Supervisor Pero moved for the adoption of the resolution 107-07, seconded by Councilwoman Turner 5 Aye Pero, Gier, Arrigo, Turner, Chiavetta 0 nays ADOPTED: TO ACCEPT THE RESIGNATION OF JOYCE ELLIS AS MEMBER AND SECRETARY AND APPOINT PLANNING BOARD ALTERNATE PATRICIA BRADY TO FILL THE VACANCY AS A MEMBER OF TERM ENDING 12-31-13 Correspondence: Received: Road Closing: Old Lake Shore Road will be closed at the Reservation line on May 17th for approximately two weeks. Received: Letter from Assemblymen Quinn acknowledging receipt of Resolution 031307-#54 of the Brant Town Board Supporting Proposed Legislation Criminalizing Use of the Internet to Commit a Sex Crime Against a Child. Received: Invitation to Treaty Ceremony will be May 18th @ Charles Burchfield Nature Center Received: Letter from NYS Public Service Corp. mentioning rate changes with meetings listed for public attendance. Received: Letter from Mayor of North Collins concerning complaints of a property in Brant which borders the Village of North Collins where there is a race track with complaints of trucks and equipment. Pero stated that the CEO of Brant has been to the site and is contacting the mayor of North Collins concerning this matter. Received: Letter from the Mayor of Farnham thanking OIC Dave Hock in connection with an arson and the investigation in the Village. Received a Health Care Facilities Resolution from Marilla & Elma Received: Resolution from Lancaster ? Sex Offender Received: Farm bureau newsletter, Evans Brant Chamber of Commerce correspondence, Lake Shore Eagle Express School Budget Reminder to VOTE on May 15th ?School Budget Historical Committee will meet May 23rd at 6:30 PM Summer Fest June 24 Insurance School May 14 & 15 at the Senior Community Building Supervisor Pero thanked Mike Walters for his years of service as Brants? Disaster Coordinator and that the Town misses him. APPROVAL OF ABSTRACT Councilman Gier moved for the adoption of resolution 108-07, seconded by Councilman Chiavetta 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays TO APPROVE THE APRIL ABSTRACT AS SHOWN FOR PAYMENT ABSTRACT 5 FOR 2007 General Fund Town wide Vouchers 149-201 VOID #200 Totaling: $23,874.65 Street lighting Voucher 4 Totaling: $2,208.23 General Fund ? Part Town Vouchers 8 Totaling: $ 9,952.50 Capital Project Water Dist. Vouchers: 2-3 Totaling: $11,184.92 Highway Town wide Vouchers 34-41 Totaling: $3,380.25 Brant Farnham Sewer Voucher 1 Totaling $3,350.00 Highway Part Town Voucher 2-3 Totaling: $383.53 General Town wide ? Payroll-ending 05/4/07 Totaling: $24,970.65 General Fund Part town Payroll- ending 5/4/07 Totaling;$562.96 2007 Capital Projects Voucher 2 Totaling: $23,789.00 Highway Payroll 5/4/07 Totaling: $8,013.46 Special Fund Grant Memorial Park- CDBG Voucher # 3-4 Totaling: $753.15 Councilman Chiavetta moved for the adoption of resolution 108-07, seconded by Councilwoman Turner 5 Ayes Pero, Gier, Turner, Chiavetta 0 Nays ADOPTED: ADJOURN THE MAY 8 REGULAR BOARD MEETING AT 9:45 PM. Respectfully submitted Thea A. Ells Brant Town ClerK