MINUTES OF 2012 ORGANIZATIONAL MTG


MINUTES OF THE 2012 TOWN OF BRANT ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING held ON JANUARY 3rd, 2012 at the Brant Town Hall located at 1272 Brant North Collins Rd, Brant, NY 14027 The minutes of this meeting are comprised of pgs 1 - 27 in the 2012 Minute Book. The meeting was called to order By Supervisor Pero at 6:00 PM Present were: Supervisor Leonard Pero, Councilman Jeffrey Gier, Councilman Clark Borngraber, Councilman Chad Kaczmarek, Councilman Donald Clark, Town Attorney William Trask, Sr., Recording Secretary, Town Clerk Barbara J Daniel. Also present and sign in were: Lynda & Joe Ostrowski, Police Chief Donald Hepkins, Neil Ross, Janice Ross, Paul Schlegel, Marcy Muffoletto, Tracy Kaczmarek. The Board opened the meeting with a Pledge to the Flag Town Clerk Barbara Daniel read and verified the following LEGAL NOTICE was published in The Sun and posted in the Town Hall on the Town Clerk?s Notice Board, at the Brant & Farnham Post Office: ?Notice is hereby given that the Brant Town Board will hold their 2012 Organizational Meeting & Awards Ceremony on Tuesday January 3rd @ 6:00 PM. Notice is hereby given that the first regular meeting will take place Tuesday January 10th @ 7:30 PM. Meetings will be held at the Brant Town Hall located at 1272 Brant North Collins Rd, Brant, NY 14027, unless otherwise posted. Please call the Town Clerk?s Office for information. The posting of this notice and advising the legal newspaper, complies with Article 7 of the Public Officer?s Law?relating to open meetings.? By Order of the Brant Town Board Thea A. Ells Brant Town Clerk December 20th, 2011 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE Supervisor Pero read the following resolutions #2012-01: Robert?s rules of order shall prevail, except where such rules are inconsistent with any local rule or resolution pertaining to the conduct of town business. PROCEDURE FOR THE AGENDA of regular monthly meetings in the year 2012 shall be adopted as follows: MOTION to adopt rules of procedure for the agenda of regular monthly meetings in the year 2012 as follows: 1.) Call to order by the Supervisor 2.) Pledge of Allegiance to our Flag 3.) Announcement of Public Hearings or Bid Openings (which usually start at 8 pm or as posted) 4.) Minutes of Last Meeting(s) Approved or corrected 5.) Monthly Reports from Department Heads 6.) Acknowledgement of Dignitaries and Invited Guests 7.) Old Business 8.) New Business 9.) Reports of Committees 10.) Action on Committee reports 11.) Appointment of New Committees to fill vacancies 12.) Reports of the Town Board 13.) Privilege of the floor with rules of Civility (See Rules Below & Read 6 steps)) 14.) Correspondence & Communications Read --- communications filed with the clerk shall be prior to 12:00 PM (noon) of the day prior to a meeting shall receive consideration for review 15.) Actions taken on Communications 16.) Miscellaneous 17.) Approval of Abstract 18.) Adjournment Rules of Civility: ?Rules of Civility for Participation in Board and Committee Meetings in the Town of Brant? The Brant Town Board declares that the business of town government is a community endeavor requiring an environment that fosters the exchange of ideas in an atmosphere of civility and mutual respect. Recognizing that public discourse is essential to the effective functioning of a representative democracy, the Brant Town Board hereby adopts the following ?Rules of Civility? which will apply to every official, member of the public, visitor and guest attending or participating in meetings of the Brant Town Board and other duly-constituted boards or committees of the Town of Brant. 1. We seek to understand one another?s point of view. 2. Speakers who have the floor are permitted to deliver their comments without interruption. 3. Comments should focus on Town of Brant issues or the particular issue before the board or committee, not on persons or personalities. 4. Anger, shouting, rudeness, cursing, vulgarity, ridicule, impatience and lack of respect for others are not acceptable behavior. 5. Sidebar discussions while others are speaking must be removed from the meeting room so as to not be disruptive to those conducting or participating in Board business. 6. Demonstrations in support of or in opposition to a speaker or idea such as clapping, cheering, booing or hissing, as well as any form of intimidating body language is not acceptable. ?Privilege of the Floor? at Town Board Meetings Public comment shall be during the ?Privilege of the Floor.? In addition to the ?Rules of Civility? noted above, the following rules and procedures apply to participation in the Privilege of the Floor portion of the meeting. 1. Persons wishing to speak should raise their hand to be recognized. 2. Speakers should identify themselves for the record. 3. Comments are to be directed to the Town Board and speakers may be required to speak from a specified location so their comments may be properly recorded. 4. To allow time for all points of view, speakers are allotted three (3) minutes to speak. 5. Failure to abide these rules may result in forfeiture of a speaker?s exercise of Privilege of the Floor. ORDER OF ROLL CALL MOTION to adopt: rules of conduct for the order of roll call shall be the following by the clerk present at the meeting; the board member who moves the resolution shall be called upon first to vote, the board member who seconds the resolution shall be called upon second to vote. The remainder of the roll call shall be at the discretion of the clerk with the Supervisor voting last unless he moved or seconded the resolution. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt the above resolution # 2012-01, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, All ayes. Carried DESIGNATION OF OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-02: Designation of official newspaper: the Sun, and as needed alternates, the Buffalo News and the Dunkirk Observer for a one year term Supervisor Pero moved to adopt the above resolution # 2012-02, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, All ayes. Carried __________________________________________________________________________ MONTHLY MEETING SCHEDULES Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-03: MOTION to adopt: the Designation of monthly meeting schedule: 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM. To be held at the Town Hall unless otherwise notified in advance. January 10, 2012 - February 14, 2012 - March 13, 2012 - April 10, 2012 - May 8, 2012 - June 12, 2012 - July 10, 2012 - August 14, 2012 - September 11, 2012 - October 9, 2012 - November 13, 2012 - December 11, 2012. Regular Monthly meetings may be omitted or dates changed where a conflict of such regular meeting exists with Holidays or other official business or call of the Supervisor. All other meetings shall be at the call of the Supervisor, the time and place to be announced by the Supervisor and or notice of such meeting posted. Board to hold work sessions 1 hour prior to monthly meetings and as needed Supervisor Pero motioned to adopt the above resolution #2012-03, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, all ayes. Carried. DESIGNATION OF BANKS Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-04: Designation of banks for depositories: shall be Evans Bank, HSBC Bank for a one year term. Authorizing the Deputy Supervisor to dispense funds in the absence of Supervisor, and give Supervisors? secretary authority to transfer funds between accounts but not authorized to dispense any funds Supervisor Pero motioned to adopt #2012-04, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. Supervisor Pero, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Gier, all ayes. Carried. INVESTMENT & PROCUREMENT POLICIES Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-05 Investment policy will be as follows: The objective of the investment policy of the Town of Brant is to minimize risk, to insure that investments mature when the cash is required to finance operations, and to insure a competitive rate of return. To keep In accordance with this policy, the Chief Fiscal Officer is hereby authorized to invest all funds, including proceeds of obligation and reserved funds in Certificates of Deposits issued by a bank or trust company authorized to do business in New York State. Repurchase agreements involving the purchase and sale of Direct Obligations of the United States; and Time Deposit accounts in a bank or trust company authorized to do business in New York State, and to participate in Municipal Cooperation Agreement Investment pools legally permissible under New York State statutes and NYS general municipal law articles 3-A and 5-G. COLLATERAL ? certificates of deposit shall be fully secured by insurance of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or by obligations of New York State or obligations of The United States of America or obligations of Federal agencies in which the Principal and Interest of the Town?s investment are guaranteed by the United States of America or obligations of New York State local governments. Collateral shall be held by the seller bank?s trust department or it?s designate. The market value of collateral shall at all times equal or exceed the Principal amount of the certificate of deposit. Collateral shall be monitored no less frequently than quarterly. Investments in Time deposits, CD?s & Repurchase agreements are to be made with banks or trust companies, and at the time and when Independent Auditors conduct an Annual Audit of the accounts and financial affairs of the Town, the Independent Auditors shall audit the investments of the Town for compliance with the provisions of these investment guidelines. Councilman Gier moved to adopt #2012-05, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Councilman Gier, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Department Procurement policy Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-06 The procurement & Pre pay policy as follows: That all department heads, elected and appointed officials must consult with the Supervisor prior to the purchase of any item or groups of items costing $350.00 or more. Exception: Highway Department must consult with the supervisor prior to the purchase of item or items of $600.00 or more. All department heads elected and appointed must also consult with the supervisor before the hiring of any employee or of any major repair job of the town. All department heads must sign vouchers for all purchases and then submit to Supervisor?s office for review, upon review it must be approved by auditing committee before purchase will be paid. All prepaid vouchers must be approved by Supervisor. Councilman Gier moved to adopt #2012-06, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Councilman Gier, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. PRE PAY POLICY Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-07 ? Prepays should be noted as ?prepaid? on the Abstract of Claims and should be audited as soon as possible and presented to the Town Board at the next regular meeting. ? The entire Town Board is responsible for the Town?s finances. ?Officers or employees approving these claims may be personally liable if they are subsequently rejected? (Town Law 118) ? The following are the claims made that MAY be paid before action by the Audit Committee and the Town Board. ? National Grid (Electric) ? National Fuel (natural gas) ? Disability Insurance/Workman?s Comp ? Verizon Wireless ? Land line Phone service ? Debt Service, Serial Bonds, e.g. USDA Rural Development ? Postage fees ? Crystal Rock (water) ? Health, Dental Insurance ? NY State Mandates, Fees, Penalties, Court fines, etc. ? NYS Retirement ? Payroll and other taxes ? Freight & Express Charges ? Contracts of more than one year - No contracts of one year or less, e.g. Refuse Collection, Park upkeep, etc. may be considered for prepayment. Any Bills that will incur a late fee or penalty because it was missed in the previous audit and ok?d by the board by phone. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt the above resolution # 2012-07, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ TOWN of BRANT PROCUREMENT POLICY Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-08 WHEREAS, General Municipal Law (GML) 104-b requires every town to adopt internal policies and procedures governing all procurement of goods and services not subject to the bidding requirements of GML 103 or any other law; NOW THEREFORE, be it RESOLVED: That the Town of BRANT does hereby adopt the following procurement policies and procedures: Guide line 1. Every prospective purchase of goods or services shall be evaluated to determine the applicability of GML 103. Every town officer, board, department head or other personnel with the requisite purchasing authority (hereinafter ?Purchaser?) shall estimate the cumulative amount of the items of supply or equipment needed in a given fiscal year. That estimate shall include the canvass of other town departments and past history to determine the likely yearly value of the commodity to be acquired. The information gathered and conclusions reached shall be documented and kept with the file or other documentation supporting the purchase activity. Guide line 2. All purchases of a) goods, supplies or equipment which will exceed $20,000 in 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 $5,000 require a written request for a proposal (RFP) and written/fax quotes from three vendors. - Less than $5,000 but greater than $1,000 requires an oral request for the goods and oral/fax quotes from two vendors. -- Less than $1,000 but greater than $350 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 $15,000 require a written request for proposal (RFP) and written/ fax/email quotes from three (3) vendors. -- Less than $15,000 but greater than $1,000 requires a written RFP and written/fax/email proposals from two (2) vendors. -- Less than $1,000 but greater than $350 are 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. Guide line 4. The lowest responsible proposal or quote shall be awarded the purchase or public works contract unless the Purchaser prepares a written justification providing reasons why it is in the best interest of the town and its taxpayers to make an award to other than the low bidder. If the lowest a bidder is not deemed responsible, facts supporting that judgment shall be documented and filed with the record supporting the procurement. Guide line 5. A good-faith effort shall be made to obtain the required number of proposals or quotations. If the Purchaser is unable to obtain the required number of proposals or quotations, the Purchaser shall document the attempt made at obtaining the proposals. In no event shall the inability to obtain the proposals or quotes be a bar to the procurement. Guide line 6. Except when directed by the town board, no solicitation of written proposals or quotations shall be required under the following circumstances: (a) Acquisition of professional services; (b) Emergencies; (c) Sole-source situations; (d) Goods purchased from agencies for the blind or severely handicapped; (e) Goods purchased from correctional facilities; (f) Goods purchased from another governmental agency; (g) Goods purchased at auction; (h) Goods purchased for less than $350; (i) Public works contracts for less than $500. (j) Purchases under State or County contracts. Guide line 7. This policy shall be reviewed annually by the town board at its organizational meeting or as soon thereafter as is reasonably practicable. Councilman Gier moved to adopt #2012-08, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Councilman Gier, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. BLANKET BOND & OFFICIAL UNDERTAKING Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-09: Approve Blanket Bond for town officials. Official Undertaking. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution #2012-09, seconded by Councilman Clark. Supervisor Pero, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. #2012-10 Councilman Borngraber moved to adopt #2012-10 which authorizes Supervisor Pero to sign his signature by Facsimile & or E-Mail and was seconded by Councilman Clark. Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Gier, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. ISSUE PAYROLL CHECKS Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-11: Authorize Computer Search Corporation to issue payroll checks for the Town of Brant, New York under a facsimile as has been designated as long as their services are needed by the town, with all payrolls paid bi-weekly unless otherwise stated due to circumstances. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt the above resolution # 2012-11, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried #2012-12: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF SALARIES FOR ELECTED TOWN OFFICIALS 2012 Supervisor Pero acknowledged the following 2012 salaries for the Town?s elected officials: Acknowledge: as advertised and per adopted Budget (.1), the designation of 2012 salaries for elected town officials: Supervisor @$18,540.00 /yr, Councilmen (4) @$4,480.00 each /yr Town Justices (2) @ $11,330.00 each/yr.Town Clerk @ $ 26,000 Highway Superintendent.@$22,925.00/yr Councilman Gier moved to accept the acknowledgement, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. #2012-12 Carried. PERMISSIBLE EXPENSES & MILEAGE RATE FOR TOWN OFFICIALS Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-13: MOTION: to pay legal and permissible expenses for town officials with documentation of mileage & receipts as required and limited by budgeted amounts, and MOTION: to approve mileage rate for town officials? .50 per mi. for the use of their cars for official town business upon presentation of a mileage log & voucher to the town. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt the above resolution # 2012-13, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried PERMISSION TO ATTEND THE ASSOCIATION OF TOWN?S MEETINGS Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-14 That it is desirable and important to attend the Association of Town?s meeting on February 19 ? 22, 2012 in New York for training purposes That each Town Board member, each Judge, the Town Clerk, Highway Superintendent and Town Attorney may attend by permission of the Town Board, that each official attending will be allowed a maximum of $1,350.00 for all expense incurred. Reimbursed expense will include; registration, travel, room and meals only, everything else is the responsibility of the attendee, and receipts and vouchers are required for reimbursement. Councilman Gier moved to adopt the above resolution #2012-14, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. #2012-15: Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-15: To appointment a delegate and alternate to Association of Towns meeting in New York City in February 2012: Supervisor Pero as delegate and Councilman Donald Clark as alternate for a one year appointment. Councilman Gier moved to adopt resolution # 2012-15, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Councilman Gier, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-16: To approve that the Town Clerk may attend Town Clerk & Tax Collector Association conferences at maximum of $1000.00 or Association conference in New York at $1,350.00 Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-16, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. TOWN APPOINTMENS & AUTHORIZATIONS: JUSTICE Supervisor Pero acknowledged the Justice appointments as follows: Acknowledge JUSTICE?S appointment of clerks to the justice per recommendation of Judges for a one year term, Based on 39 hours/week Acknowledge Judge Gugino clerk to the Justice / Karen Cary and clerk Lisa M. Herc for court nights @ 11.59/per hr with a cap of $26,620.00 total per year per justice. Acknowledge Judge Crouse clerk to the Justice / Julie Sager and clerk Michele Browning for court nights @ 11.59/per hr with a cap of $26,620.00 total per year per justice. Acknowledge MOTION: for appointment of Gina DeMaria as Aux clerk as needed @11.00/per hr and on court nights as needed @ 11.59 per hr. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-17: To approve compensation for Court Clerks based on max of 39/hrs per week and budget approval of $26,620 cap per Judge. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt #2012-17, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. Supervisor Pero, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-18: Appointment of court stenographers Of McCann & McCann, for a one year term @ $100.00 per occasion for 4 hour session & extra $35.00 over 4 hours. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt #2012-18, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-19: Appoint Town Prosecutor John Grennell for a one year term: annual salary of $7,500. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt #2012-19, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-20: Appoint Town Attorney William J. Trask Sr. for a two year term at an annual salary $12,000. (Term ends December 31, 2013) (JANUARY 2012 ? December 2013) Supervisor Pero moved to adopt #2012-20, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SUPERVISOR Supervisor Pero made the following acknowledgement:: Acknowledged SUPERVISOR: appointment of Secretary to Supervisor Michele Browning for one year term @ 14.75 per hour with a cap of $23,010.00. (30 hours per week) Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-21: Approve compensation for Secretary based on max of 30/hrs per week and budget approval of $23,010, Councilman Borngraber moved and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following acknowledgement: Acknowledge SUPERVISOR: appointment of Bookkeeper/Town Accountant with auditing duties to do Supervisors annual reports and to make minor changes at end of year: R. A. Gryksa & Associates for a one year term: Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-22: MOTION: to approve annual contract R. A. Gryksa & Associates for a one year term $14,500.00 per adopted budget (A1320.4). Councilman Gier moved to adopt resolution #2012-22, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. Vote: Councilman Gier, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Borngraber, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-23 to: Authorize Supervisor to negotiate ban?s for 2012. Councilman Gier moved to adopt resolution # 2012-23, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Assessor Supervisor Pero acknowledged the appointment Joseph DeCarlo as Sole Assessor: Acknowledge: appointment of Sole Assessor Joseph DeCarlo with term ending Sept. 30, 2014 annual salary $13,400.00 (Appointment sept-2007) Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-24: Approve Assessor Joseph DeCarlo annual salary of $13,400. Councilman Gier moved to adopt resolution # 2012-24, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Councilman Gier, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-25: Appoint Secretary to Assessor?s office per recommendation of Assessor, Janet Bowman for a one year term @ $11.95 /per hr. /cap at $10,300.00 Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-25, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Town Clerk Supervisor Pero acknowledged the Town Clerk?s appointments: Acknowledged TOWN CLERK appointments of Deputy Town Clerks Diane Czyz and Gina DeMaria, for a one year term each @ $11.59 per hr with a total cap of $17,000.00 Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-26: MOTION: to approve compensation for Deputy Clerks based on max of 34/hrs per week and budget approval of $17,000 Councilman Kaczmarek moved to adopt resolution # 2012-26, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero acknowledged records management officer, Barbara Daniel, for a one year term, and moved to adopt resolution #2012-27 below: To approve annual salary of records management officer Barbara Daniel @ $1,450.00 #2012-27 was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero Acknowledged Town Clerk Barbara Daniel as Registrar of Vital Statistics, with Diane Czyz & Gina DeMaria as Deputy Registrars for term to coincide with elective term of Town Clerk _____________________________________________________________________________________ Caretakers Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-28: Approve appointment of caretakers: Goldie DiSaverio Town Hall, & Marge & John Bates Senior Community & Recreation bldg: for a 1 year term @$10.00/hr/total cap at $25,140. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-28, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-29: Approve the appointment of Maintenance & Caretaker Superintendent: Alan Nolan @ 15.00 per/hr based on 19 hrs per week total cap at $15,210 Councilman Borngraber moved to adopt resolution # 2012-29, seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. Vote: Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-30: Approve appointment of Superintendent of All town buildings and grounds Joe Giambrone, for a one year term, annual salary $4,775.00. Duties shall be maintenance of buildings & Park Clean up.(responsible for health dept. testing of water & sewer and maintain water, sewer & plumbing necessities. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-30, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. POLICE Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-31: Approve appointments of Part time police officers whose compensation for hours worked may not exceed 19.5 hours per week -- Rick Lopez (patrolman), @ $16.80/ per hr --- Mark Slawek (patrolman investigator) & patrolman ? John Lopez, each at $16.50 --- (patrolmen) Nick Nesci &Tom Kurdziel each at $15.75/per hr; (patrolmen) Nathan Miller, Sean Hotnich, & Ray Ashton each at $15.50/per hr; (patrolmen) Joshua Nolan & Cameron Dawley each at $15.00/per hr; Sam DePasquale at $14.50/per hr; until May 10, 2012 then at $15.00/per hr and total cap of all officers at $102,000.00 per Budget (A3120.11) Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-31, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-32: Approve Appointment of Court Bailiff -Samuel Pinto@ $16.85 per hr. /cap at $4000.00. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt the following resolution # 2012-33, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-33: Approve Appointment of Investigator consultant John Giacchino @ $16.85 as needed. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-33, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-34: Approve compensation for all above Patrolmen as per budget Councilman Gier moved to adopt resolution # 2012-34, and was seconded by Supervisor Pero. Vote: Councilman Gier, Supervisor Pero, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-35: Acknowledge Chief Donald Hepkins as Officer in Charge @ $27.00/ per hr. & $1900 health insurance with a cap of $30,000 per year. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-35, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Councilman Gier read the following resolution # 2012-36: MOTION: to approve appointment of Supervisor Leonard Pero as POLICE COMMISSIONER New York State (Town Law # 150) to work with Grant writer and Police Chief in obtaining Grants. Vote: Councilman Gier moved to adopt resolution # 2012-36, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Councilman Gier, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-37: Approve appointment of and approve salary of Code Enforcement Officer/ Building Inspector: Gary Brecker for a one year term at annual salary $7,100.00 Councilman Gier moved to adopt resolution # 2012-37, and was seconded by Supervisor Pero. Vote: Councilman Gier, Supervisor Pero, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-38: Approve appointment of Dog control Officer Barbara Daniel for a one year term at annual salary $6,000.00 Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-38, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. Vote: Supervisor Pero-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman Borngraber-nay, Councilman Gier-Nay. 3 ayes, 2 nays. Carried. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-39: MOTION: to approve appointment of Connie D. Miner as grant writer for a one year term with annual contract of $15,000.00 per adopted budget (A1480.4). Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-39, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-40: Appoint police matron - Amy Hamm @ $50.00 per occasion Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-40, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-41: Appoint Bingo inspector Gail Schwartz for a one year term @$40.00/ per occasion. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-41, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-42 Appoint Spanish interpreter Rosa Gullo for a one year term @ $50.00 per occasion. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-42, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. HIGHWAY Supervisor Pero acknowledged the following Highway appointments: Acknowledge Highway Superintendent appointment of Deputy HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT: Bill Wesp for a one year term @ $19.34 PER HR Acknowledge Highway Superintendent appointment of HIGHWAY Driver/Worker: Marion Kijek for a one year term @ $18.65/per hr Acknowledge Highway Superintendent appointment of Part Time HIGHWAY Laborers/Drivers Mark Reynolds @ $11.69, Charles Arrigo, George Cordia, JEFF MLACKER and Samuel Chiavetta as needed for a one year term @ $11.46 per hr. Acknowledge Highway Superintendent appointment of HIGHWAY SUPERINTENDENT CLERK Willa Rosenblatt for a one year term, annual salary $3,300.00 #2012-43: Approve the above acknowledged compensation for the above listed Highway Department employees. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-43, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Recreation Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-44: Approve appointment of Recreation Director Vincent Fininzio Jr. for a one year term @ $16.00/per hr. capped at annual salary of $3,520 based on 220 hours. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-44, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero read the following resolution #2012-45: Create a new position of Deputy Recreation Director Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-45, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Borngraber, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Councilman Borngraber made a motion to approve the following resolution # 2012-46: MOTION: to approve appointment of Supervisor Leonard Pero as Parks Commissioner at $1,500.00 annual salary Duties of Parks Commissioner: SUPERVISE ALL Park FUNCTIONS 1 Check the park everyday for abnormality & Safety 2 Know when functions are scheduled 3 On call everyday 7 days 4 Trash Picked up 5 Benches Tables & Shelters Clean 6 Grounds are clean 7 Take complaints 8 water safety w/ health dept 9 Pool set up cleaned, maintained in order 10 Recreation is running smoothly 11 Park enhancements & Park projects 12 Make sure Park is Open & Closed Properly Councilman Borngraber moved to approve resolution # 2012-46, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. Vote: Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Gier, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Supervisor Pero-Abstained. 4 ayes, 1 Abstain. Carried. Recreation fees: Councilman Borngraber motioned to TABLE the setting of Recreation fees until the April Town Board meeting. Councilman Gier seconded the motion. 5 ayes. Recreation fees tabled. Recreation Misc. Supervisor Pero acknowledged that Recreation appointments will occur after interviews are conducted in May 2012. He advised that this year?s rec program will run for 6 week starting Monday July 9, 2012 ending Friday August 17, 2012. He added that the pool will open Saturday June 30, 2012 and close Sunday September 2, 2012 ? for a total of 9 weeks He will look into a Bus lease with Lake Shore Schools for 6 weeks Supervisor Pero read the following resolution # 2012-48: Approve the appointment of Town Electrician Tim Clark @ $15.00 per Hr. as needed. Responsibility/authority to call for services by Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds and Town Supervisor or maintenance & care keeper Superintendent Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-48, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Clark, Councilman Gier, 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. SUPERVISOR?S APPOINTMENT: Supervisor Pero acknowledged the appointment of Town Historian Patricia Friend & Deputy Town Historian Leonard K. Pero for a one year term Supervisor Pero moved to approve the acknowledgement, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero acknowledged his appointment Emily Nolan as Town Photographer ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ APPOINTMENT of BOARDS BOARD of ASSESSMENT & REVIEW Meets in May The following motions were made regarding B.O.A.R. appointments:: MOTION #2012-50: :To appoint Board of Review member David Berns for a term of 5 years from 10/1/11 to 9/30/16 @ $100.00 annually Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. All ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-51: To appoint Board of Review alternate Janice Ross for a term of 1 year Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. All ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-52: To appoint Secretary to the Board of Review Lynda Ostrowski for a one year term @ $ 10.30 per hour. Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. All ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-53: To approve compensation for Active Board of Review members @ $100.00 annually. Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Zoning Board of Appeals The following motions were made regarding the Z.B.A. appointments: MOTION # 2012-54: To approve appointment of Zoning Board of Appeals member Lee Brunelli for a new term end on 12/31/16 Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek,. 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. MOTION # 2012-55: To approve appointment of Zoning Board of Appeals member to fill vacancy Carrie Andolina (2012 ? 2013) (Don Clark) Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Clark,. 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. MOTION # 2012-56: To approve appointment of Zoning Board of Appeals alternate John J. Chiavetta for a one year term. Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. MOTION # 2012-57: To approve appointment of Zoning Board of Appeals alternate Joseph DeMaria for a one year term. Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Appointment of Zoning Board of Appeals Chairman for a one year term has been TABLED. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PLANNING BOARD (Meets every 4th Tuesday) Function: Advisory board The following motions were made regarding the Planning Board appointments: MOTION # 2012-58: To approve appointment of Planning Board member to fill vacancy Janice Ross for a new term thru 12-31-18 (replacing Brenda Giacchino) Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 5 ayes, o nays. Carried. MOTION # 2012-59: To approve appointment of Planning Board member to fill vacancy Denise Lundell (1/2012 ? 12/2014) (replacing Barbara Daniel) Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-60: To approve appointment of Planning Board member to fill vacancy Patsy Purpera (1/2012 ? 12/2016) (replacing Michelle HY) Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-61: To approve appointment of Alternate Planning Board member Edward R. Dinkuhn for one year term. Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-62: To approve appointment of Alternate Planning Board member Neal Ross for one year term. Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-63: To approve Appointment of Planning Board Chairman Joseph Ostrowski for a one year term Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. 5 ayes. Carried. Supervisor Pero ACKNOWLEDGED the previous appointment of Planning Board member Carol Brody (1/2011 ? 12/2017) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MOTION # 2012-64: To approve compensation for planning and zoning board members. $30/mtg.$35./chair per meeting. Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-65: To approve Appointment of Secretary to Zoning Board of Appeals and Planning Board Lynda Ostrowski for a one year term @ $10.30 per hour. Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-66: To approve Appointment of Affirmative Action Officer: Michele Hy For one year term Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-67: Tto approve Appointment of Board of Ethics, (one must be an officer or employee of the Town) Michele Browning, Michael Muffoletto & Carmen Vacco one year term (see town law manual page 183) Supervisor Pero, moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-68: To approve Appointment of Fire Wardens: Brant Code Officer, Brant & Farnham Vol. Fire Chiefs one year term Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION #2012-69: To authorize auditing committee (Gier & Kaczmarek) to audit all financial records of the Town/bookkeeper yearly. Supervisor Pero moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-70: To approve Appointment of representative to Association of Erie County Association of Governments Supervisor Pero for term of Office Councilman Borngraber moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-71: To approve Appointment of representative to N.E.S.T. Supervisor Pero for term of Office Councilman Borngraber moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION #2012-72: To approve Appointment of representative to SouthTowns Community Enhancement coalition Supervisor Pero for term of Office Councilman Borngraber moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-73: To approve Appointment of representative to Erie County Environmental Management Council Supervisor Pero for term of Office. Councilman Borngraber moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Gier. 5 ayes. Carried. MOTION # 2012-74: To approve Appointment of representative to Erie County Water Quality Committee Supervisor Pero for term of Office Councilman Borngraber moved on the motion, and was seconded by Councilman Kaczmarek. 5 ayes. Carried. FEE?S, APPROVAL & CONTRACTS The Board reviewed the current park rules and made no changes at this time. Park Rules No Food or Beverage within Fenced Pool Area Speed Limit not to exceed 10 MPH within the Park, No unlicensed vehicles in park without permission of Town Board & Park Hours 7am ? 11 pm The Board reviewed the current Park rental fees, and Supervisor Pero?s proposed increases. The fees proposed Building fees: Motion # 2012-75 requested on Building Rental fees as follows: Senior Community building rental fee: current: $100.00, proposed $125 Sr. Recreation building rental fee (w/o gym): current: $75.00 proposed $100 Rental of Gym area (only with bldg rental): current: $20.00 proposed $50 security deposit/confirmation deposit: current $100.00 refundable (no increase proposed) fees and security/confirmation are doubled for non residents. Town Clerk authorized to approve various community groups use of the buildings free of charge with A Security Deposit confirmation as long as there are no conflicts with regular rentals. Councilman Borngraber moved to approve the proposed increase on the Park Building fees on motion # 2012-75, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. Vote: Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Gier, Supervisor Pero. 5 ayes, 0 nays. Carried. Outside Shelter fees: Motion # 2012-76 requested on Shelter Rental fees as follows: large shelter is currently $40.00, proposed $50 small shelter is current $35.00, proposed $40 security deposit /confirmation is $50.00 refundable (no increase proposed) all fees and deposits doubled for non- residents, also $200 Deposit & $200 Rental for Business & Corporations Insurance certificate required Small shelters outside of grove available free on a 1st come 1st serve basis Councilman Borngraber moved on the motion # 2012-76 to increase the fees to the proposed amounts, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. Vote: Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Gier, Supervisor Pero, 5 ayes, o nays. Carried. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Supervisor Pero asked for motion # 2012-77 regarding the possibility of renting out the cafeteria. Discussion ensued on the possibility of renting the New Town Hall Cafeteria. Topics were possible fees. Town Hall Cafeteria rental could be $150.00 w/o kitchen and with Kitchen $200.00 Security Deposit/confirmation deposit could be: $100.00 refundable Fees and security/confirmation should be doubled for non residents Councilman Gier motioned to TABLE motion # 2012-77, approval of renting out the New Town Hall Cafeteria, and was seconded by Councilman Borngraber. 5 ayes. Tabled. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- HOLIDAYS THE TOWN SHALL OBSERVE in 2012 & HOURS TOWN HALL WILL BE OPEN TO PUBLIC Request to Approve the following resolution # 2012-78 which lists holidays the town shall observe in 2012, and approves payment of Holiday pay for part time office staff who would have normally been scheduled on a Holiday: MARTIN L. KING DAY: (Monday, January 16) PRESIDENTS DAY:(Monday, February 20) GOOD FRIDAY: (Friday April 6) MEMORIAL DAY: (Monday, May 28) INDEPENDENCE DAY: (Wednesday, July 4) LABOR DAY: (Monday September 3) COLUMBUS DAY: (Monday, October 8) VETERANS DAY: (Monday, November 12); THANKSGIVING: (Thursday, November 22 & Friday, November 23) CHRISTMAS EVE: (Monday, December 24) CHRISTMAS DAY: (Tuesday December 25) NEW YEARS EVE (Monday December 31, 2012) NEW YEARS DAY (Tuesday January 1, 2013) Resolution # 2012-78 (Cont?d) Town Shall Pay Holidays for Part time office clerk employees for normal scheduled hours for that day. Supervisor Pero moved to adopt resolution # 2012-78, and was seconded by Councilman Clark. Vote: Supervisor Pero, Councilman Clark, Councilman Kaczmarek, Councilman Borngraber, Councilman Gier. 5 ayes, o nays. Carried. Supervisor Pero Acknowledged and ADOPTED THE HOURS TOWN HALL (Town Clerk?s Office) WILL BE OPEN TO PUBLIC (9:00 am to 4:00 pm Mon, Tues, Thursday, Friday,) exception (hours extended for 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month, open 9:00 am to 7:00 pm & (Wednesday & Saturday 9:00 am to noon) Closed on Holidays. No vote taken for the acknowledgement. Supervisor Pero requested a motion for the following resolution # 2012-79: MOTION # 2012-79: To approve the plowing of private roads for emergency use and or by order of the Fire Chief, Police Chief, Highway Superintendent, or Town Supervisor and Highway Superintendant who must keep record of the number of times plowed Discussion: Councilman Borngraber moved to approve the emergency plowing provided the following verbiage is added to the above motion: ?Highway Superintendent must also keep a record of who declared the emergency which necessitated the plowing.? Vote: Councilman Borngraber?s motion was seconded by Councilman Clark. Roll Call Vote: Councilman Borngraber-aye, Councilman Clark-aye, Councilman Kaczmarek-aye, Councilman Gier-aye, Supervisor Pero-aye. 5 ayes, o nays. Carried. SUPERVISORS? APPOINTMENTS FOR 2012 Appointment of Deputy Supervisor: Jeff Gier for one year term Chairs of Committee: Supervisor on all committees with the Chairs except Auditing AUDITING COMMITTEE: Jeff Gier, Kaczmarek INSURANCE COMMITTEE & EMPLOYEE BENEFITS: Don Clark POLICE COMMITTEE: Don Clark BUILDINGS: Donald Clark PARK includes: POOL, PLAYGROUND, GROVE AREAS, & GROUNDS: Kaczmarek RECREATION COMMITTEE: Kaczmarek REFUSE & STREET LIGHT COMMITTEE: Borngraber HIGHWAY COMMITTEE: Gier WATER & SEWER COMMITTEE (Existing Districts): Borngraber FIRE & AMBULANCE: Gier TELECOMMUNICATIONS & UTILITIES: Borngraber SUPERVISOR?S APPOINTMENTS (Cont?d) ERIE COUNTY GOVERNMENT: Pero CONCERT IN THE PARK: Borngraber TOWN BOARD LIAISON TO: TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE: Don Clark ASSESSOR'S OFFICE: Borngraber BOARD OF ASSESSMENT & REVIEW: Borngraber TOWN JUSTICE COURT: Gier POLICE: Pero CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER: Pero DOG CONTROL OFFICER: Don Clark HIGHWAY: Gier RECREATION: Kaczmarek PLANNING BOARD: Gier ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS: Don Clark VOL. FIRE DEPT. LIAISON: Gier CENSUS LIAISON: Borngraber BRANT-FARNHAM SENIORS: Borngraber VILLAGE OF FARNHAM Don Clark BEAUTIFICATION & EVENTS: Kaczmarek RECREATION PARENT ADVISORY: Kaczmarek LAKE SHORE YOUTH FOOTBALL: Kaczmarek Various Board Appointments & LIAISONS: DISASTER COORDINATOR: _________________________ (un-named at this time) DISASTER COMMITTEE: Don Hepkins, Brant Fire Chief David Pero, Farnham Fire Chief Peter Chiavetta, Supt. Highway Joseph Giambrone, Town Supervisor Leonard Pero BEAUTIFICATION & EVENTS: Patty Friend, Pat Granica Recreation Parent Advisory: Michele Browning, Joseph DeMaria AG Committee: Carmen Vacco, Peter Gugino, John ?Jack? Mann Climate change & Energy Committee: Leonard Pero, Vice Chairman Bill Henry Historical Projects & Committee: Patty Friend, Marge Bates, Leonard Pero, Martin Laurie Brant Farnham Seniors Committee & Silver Sneakers: Faith DeLong, Sharon Catalano, Linda Ostrowski, Jeanette Mirusso, Barb Scheffler, Marge Pero BRANT FARNHAM Economic Dev. Committee: Leonard Pero, Terry Caber, John Chiavetta, Tony Kratancheck, Joe Gardyjan LIAISONS: (Wide Beach) Pat Purpera, (Lotus Bay) Tish Brady, (Seneca Nation) Cochise Redeye Respectfully submitted by, Barbara J Daniel Brant Town Clerk