Roxbury Town Board Approved Meeting Minutes – May 8, 2017

APPROVED MINUTES

May 8, 2017

The regular meeting of the Town Board was held May 8, 2017 at 7:30 pm at the Town Hall.  Present: Supervisor Thomas S. Hynes, Councilmen Gene Cronk, Edward Raeder, Allen Hinkley and Carol Murray, Highway Supt. Neil German, Assessor Robert Breglio, Parks Clerk Carolynn Faraci, Attorney Kevin Young and 3 residents.

Minutes of the April 10th regular meeting were approved on motion of Gene Cronk second by Allen Hinkley.

AYES-5 Cronk, Hinkley, Raeder, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

Highway Supt. Neil German reported crews are cleaning ditches, cutting brush, filling holes and cleaning off roads.  He also stated the leaks in the old highway garage roof are getting worse.  The matter will be looked into.

Margaret Ellsworth stated she has met with Dadras Architects regarding their proposal on the Kirkside Kitchen and all appears okay.  A grease trap will also have to be installed at a cost of $4,000-$6,000. Two public hearings will have to be held each for the proposed Small Business Enterprise grant and the renovations for the Grand Gorge Civic Center and were requested to be held in June and July.  Income surveys are required for the Civic Center application to get low income status.  The survey will be in State approved format and are expected to be mailed out this week to residents and are for renters as well. Updated cost estimates will be needed from Lamont Engineers, PC. Joseph Resch of the Grand Gorge Business Alliance offered to get out a brochure to residents to explain the income survey as well. Resolutions will be needed to apply for the funding on both. A Consolidated Funding Application is also expected to be submitted for the Gould Church work. CDBG Funding applications are due out in September and Ellsworth requested applying for $200,000 to do 10 homes but the Town Board wants to do the maximum of $400,000 for 20 homes.

RESOLUTION #59- RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF ROXBURY TO AMEND DADRAS ARCHITECTS CONTRACT FOR KIRKSIDE KITCHEN PROJECT

On motion of Allen Hinkley second by Carol Murray the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Roxbury (“Town Board”) desires to improve the north barn in Kirkside to be developed as a commercial, community kitchen to serve the agricultural community as well as artisan food producers (the “Project”); and

WHEREAS, Dadras Architects of Liberty, New York submitted a Proposal for Professional Consulting Services: Architectural Services dated April 3, 2017 (the “Proposal”), identifying tasks associated with the Proposal (“Architectural Services”) and costs associated with the Proposal (“Costs”)(collectively the “Contract”); and

WHEREAS, by Resolution #45, the Town retained Dadras Architects to perform the Contract; and

WHERAS, the Town Board now desires to amend the Contract to include additional services, including the design of a grease trap (“Grease Trap Design”); and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT

1. The Town Board of the Town of Roxbury hereby authorizes amendment to the Contract to include additional services, including the design of a grease trap.

2. The Town Board of the Town of Roxbury hereby authorizes the Costs under the Contract to also include the Grease Trap Design and shall be Nine Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty and 00/100 ($9,750.00).

3. The Town Board of the Town of Roxbury authorizes the Town Supervisor to execute the necessary amendment paperwork to the Contract.

WHEREUPON, the Resolution was put to a vote and recorded as follows:

AYES-5 Hinkley, Murray, Cronk, Raeder, Hynes
NAYS-0

RESOLUTION #60-PUBLIC HEARING SMALL BUSINESS MICRO ENTERPRISE APPLICATION

On motion of Gene Cronk second by Edward Raeder the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“RESOLVED, the Town Board will hold a Public Hearing on June 12, 2017 at 7:00 pm and July 10, 2017 at 7:00 pm to hear comments on submission of an application under the Small Business Micro Enterprise program for local small business assistance.”

AYES-5 Cronk, Raeder, Hinkley, Murray
NAYS-0

RESOLUTION #61-PUBLIC HEARING GRAND GORGE CIVIC CENTER CDBG APPLICATION

On motion of Gene Cronk second by Edward Raeder the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)  program is administered by the New York State Office of Community Renewal (OCR), and will make available to eligible local governments approximately $300,000 with the principal purpose of benefitting low/moderate income persons; and

WHEREAS, a Public Hearing will provide further information about the CDBG program and will allow for citizen participation in the development of the proposed grant application for repair and improvements to the Grand Gorge Civic Center; and

WHEREAS, the Public Hearing is being conducted pursuant to Section 570.486, Subpart I of the CFR and in compliance with the requirements of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED The Town Board of the Town of Roxbury will hold a Public Hearing on June 12, at 7:20 PM and July 10, 2017 at 7:20 PM at the Roxbury Town Hall for the purpose of hearing public comments on the Town of Roxbury’s submission of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application for the Grand Gorge Civic Center for the 2017 program year. “

AYES-5 Cronk, Raeder, Hinkley, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

Bookkeeper/Parks Clerk Carolynn Faraci reported the CPA’s have completed the 2016 audit where no problems were encountered.  We are just waiting to hear from NYCDEP on the 2016 Denver Sewer Reconciliation.  The Daisy Scouts planted several flower beds and trees in Kirkside Park as one of their projects. Missing glass panes in the Park Dollhouse windows will be repaired shortly.

Assessor Robert Breglio stated the 2017 Tentative Roll was filed with the Town Clerk on May 1st, assessment change notices have been mailed out, Grievance Day is May 25th, he is finishing the State model comparisons and found 25 that he doesn’t agree with mainly due to us using only Town of Roxbury sales but the State uses sales in the entire County, and added, the goal is to stay within 5% to stay at 100% value.

Rebecca Manning of the Catskill Recreational Center gave an overview of the center itself, the wide variety of programs offered and  new activities that are in the planning stages. Life Guard courses and scholarships are available for students.  Ms. Manning requested ideas from the public for possible future programs.  Current membership is approximately at 700.

RESOLUTION #62- RESOLUTION TO GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS A PERSONNEL ISSUE

On motion of Gene Cronk second by Allen Hinkley the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“Motion to go into Executive Session at 8:10 pm to address a personnel issue with the Town Attorney.  The communications will be privileged and confidential and protected by the attorney/client privilege.”

Present in Executive Session: Supervisor Hynes, Councilmen Hinkley, Cronk, Raeder, Murray,  Attorney Young and Tomi Tompkins.

AYES-5 Cronk, Hinkley, Raeder, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

Tomi Tompkins exited Executive Session at 8:23pm.

RESOLUTION #63-RETURN TO REGULAR MEETING

On motion of Carol Murray second by Edward Raeder the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“RESOLVED, The Town Board and Attorney returned to the Regular meeting at 8:34 pm.

AYES-5 Murray, Raeder, Cronk, Hinkley, Hynes
NAYS-0

RESOLUTION #64- RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF ROXBURY RETAINING TOMI TOMPKINS AS TOWN CEO

On motion of Gene Cronk second by Allen Hinkley the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, the Town of Roxbury (“Town”) desires to retain Tomi Tompkins, with an address of 375 Blackberry St., Stamford, NY  12167, as Code Enforcement Officer (“CEO”) for the Town of Roxbury; and

WHEREAS, the Town has prepared an Employment Agreement dated May 9, 2017, to retain Tomi Tompkins as CEO; and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT The Town Board of the Town of Roxbury authorizes the Town Supervisor to execute the Employment Agreement to retain Tomi Tompkins as CEO of the Town.

WHEREUPON, the Resolution was put to a vote and recorded as follows:

ATYES-5 Cronk, Hinkley, Raeder, Murray, Hynes
NAYS

Discussion took place on open building permits, permit fees and mailing out notices to close out old permits.  Mr. Tompkins said he would bring in copies of his other Towns’ fee schedules to see how they compare to ours as our fees have not been changed since 2005.

Joseph Resch stated he has discussed the ideas for the plaque at the Civic Center property in memory of Dave and Paul Martin.  Further options  were discussed with the Town Board for placement.  He will check into pricing.

It was stated work has halted on the Denver Water PRV vault due to in climate weather.  Issues had arisen due to utilities that were unknown in that area and a NYCDEP Conservation Easement on lands of Roxbury Run Village where it would be moved to.  NYCDEP has authorized the site change within the conservation easement.  Attorney Young discussed funding and the tank control and wellfield electric bids that will be opened May 18th. Discussion took place on waiting to see what the bids will come in at before bonding and having General Fund cover costs until bond money is obtained per a resolution in April.

Discussion took place on Grand Gorge/Roxbury Water Project funding with prices needed on the property purchase and appraiser fees.  It was discussed to have General Fund cover costs until bond funds are obtained.

A letter was received from James Brazie expressing concerns with his water pressure as he is hooked onto the Roxbury Water District.  It appears he may be considering drilling a well instead.

Attorney Young discussed the emergency service contracts required from contractors doing repair work for the water and sewer districts. It will require, among other things, the contractor must notify Underground Facilities Protection Organization (UFPO) within the timelines set forth by that agency when excavation work is scheduled.  Contractors must complete the contract each year.

RESOLUTION #65-RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF ROXBURY

APPROVING FORM OF EMERGENCY STANDBY AGREEMENT AND  AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT

On motion of Gene Cronk second by Edward Raeder the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Roxbury (the “Town Board”) has determined the necessity of entering into agreement(s) with contractor(s) to assist in the operation and maintenance of the water districts serving the residents of the Town of Roxbury (“Town”), in which the contractor(s) shall provide emergency response services, including potential excavation services, within the waters districts, on an as needed/on call basis; and

WHEREAS, at a meeting of said Town Board on May 8, 2017, the Town reviewed a draft Emergency Response Agreement (the “Agreement”) attached hereto; and

WHEREAS, the Town Board now desires to approve and distribute the Agreement to contractor(s); and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

1. The form and content of the Agreement attached hereto is hereby approved

2. Distribution of the Agreement is hereby authorized.

3. The Town Supervisor is hereby authorized to execute an Agreement to in the event emergency response services are required.”

WHEREUPON, the Resolution was put to a vote and recorded as follows:

AYES-5 Cronk, Raeder, Hinkley, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

Councilman Cronk requested a letter be sent to the Tax Collector regarding complaints of not returning phone calls and receipts for payment of taxes. The Town Board discussed the matter.  Attorney Young will draft a letter regarding the issues.

On motion of Allen Hinkley second by Carol Murray the Town Board approved the Town Clerk’s monthly report for April 2017 in the amount of $2,539.50 (Town Clerk $1,354.50 and Building Permits $1,185.00)

AYES-5 Hinkley, Murray, Raeder, Cronk, Hynes
NAYS-0

On Motion of Edward Raeder second by Allen Hinkley the Town Board approved the Supervisor’s monthly report for March 2017.

AYES-5 Raeder, Hinkley, Cronk, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

On motion of Edward Raeder second by Carol Murray the Town Board approved the Assessor’s monthly report for April 2017.

AYES-5 Raeder, Murray, Cronk, Hinkley, Hynes
NAYS-0

There is no monthly report for the Building Inspector.

On motion of Allen Hinkley second by Edward Raeder the Town Board approved the monthly water receipts report for April 2017 in the following amounts: Denver $3,617.42, Grand Gorge $2,829.53 and Roxbury $4,272.73.

AYES-5 Hinkley, Raeder, Cronk, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

On motion of Gene Cronk second by Carol Murray the Town Board approved  the Justice Court monthly reports for February 2017 in the amount of $4,892.00 and March 2017 in the amount $6,194.00.

AYES-5 Cronk, Murray, Raeder, Hinkley, Hynes
NAYS-0

On motion of Allen Hinkley second by Carol Murray the Town Board approved the Tax Collector monthly report for April 2017.

AYES-5 Hinkley, Murray, Cronk, Raeder, Hynes
NAYS-0

RESOLUTION #66- RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF ROXBURY

RETAINING NORTON ROSE FULBRIGHT US LLP AS BOND COUNSEL AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT

On motion of Gene Cronk second by Edward Raeder the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Roxbury (the “Town Board”)   has determined the necessity of a project named Denver Water District Water System Improvements Project  relating to the increase and improvement of the distribution facilities of the Denver Water District (the “Denver Water District Project”); and

WHEREAS, at a meeting of said Town Board on March 13, 2017, an order was duly adopted specifying that the Town Board would meet to consider the Denver Water District Project, at an estimated maximum cost of $1,000,000, and to hear all persons interested in the subject; and

WHEREAS, a notice of adoption of said order duly certified by the Town Clerk was duly published and posted as required by law; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing was duly held at which all persons desiring to be heard were duly heard; and

WHEREAS, by resolution dated April 10, 2017, the Town Board authorized the Denver Water District Project at the maximum estimated cost of $1,000,000, by the issuance of the  $1,000,000 bonds of the Town of Roxbury, Delaware County, New York; and

WHEREAS, the Town of Roxbury now requires bond counsel to assist in the Town’s issuance of bonds and provide for the rights of the holders thereof; and

WHEREAS, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP (“Bond Counsel”) has presented an outline of legal services (the “Retainer Agreement”) to the Town; and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

1.  The law firm of Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP is hereby appointed bond counsel to the Town in relating to the proposed issuance of the bond for the Denver Water District Project.

2.  The Town Supervisor is hereby authorized to execute the Retainer Agreement to retain Bond Counsel for the Denver Water District Project.”

WHEREUPON, the Resolution was put to a vote and recorded as follows:

AYES-5 Cronk, Raeder, Hinkley, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

RESOLUTION #67- RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF ROXBURY

RETAINING NORTON ROSE FULBRIGHT US LLP AS BOND COUNSEL AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT

On motion of Edward Raeder second by Gene Cronk the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Roxbury (the “Town Board”)   has determined the necessity of a project named Grand Gorge Water District Water System Improvements Project  relating to the increase and improvement of the distribution facilities of the Town’s Grand Gorge Water District (the “Grand Gorge Water District Project”); and

WHEREAS, at a meeting of said Town Board on March 13, 2017, an order was duly adopted specifying that the Town Board would meet to consider the Grand Gorge Water District Project, at an estimated maximum cost of $1,705,500, and to hear all persons interested in the subject; and

WHEREAS, a notice of adoption of said order duly certified by the Town Clerk was duly published and posted as required by law; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing was duly held at which all persons desiring to be heard were duly heard; and

WHEREAS, by resolution dated April 10, 2017, the Town Board authorized the Grand Gorge Water District Project at the maximum estimated cost of $1,705,500, by the issuance of the  $1,705,500 bonds of the Town of Roxbury, Delaware County, New York; and

WHEREAS, the Town of Roxbury now requires bond counsel to assist in the Town’s issuance of bonds and provide for the rights of the holders thereof; and

WHEREAS, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP (“Bond Counsel”) has presented an outline of legal services (the “Retainer Agreement”) to the Town; and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

1. The law firm of Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP is hereby appointed bond counsel to the Town in relating to the proposed issuance of the bond for the Grand Gorge Water District Project.

2. The Town Supervisor is hereby authorized to execute the Retainer Agreement to retain Bond Counsel for the Grand Gorge Water District Project.”

WHEREUPON, the Resolution was put to a vote and recorded as follows:

AYES-5 Raeder, Cronk, Hinkley, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

RESOLUTION #68- RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF ROXBURY

RETAINING NORTON ROSE FULBRIGHT US LLP AS BOND COUNSEL AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT

On motion of Allen Hinkley second by Edward Raeder the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Roxbury (the “Town Board”)   has determined the necessity of a project named Roxbury Water District Water System Improvements Project  relating to the increase and improvement of the distribution facilities of the Town’s Roxbury Water District (the “Roxbury Water District Project”); and

WHEREAS, at a meeting of said Town Board on March 13, 2017, an order was duly adopted specifying that the Town Board would meet to consider the Roxbury Water District Project, at an estimated maximum cost of $1,794,500, and to hear all persons interested in the subject; and

WHEREAS, a notice of adoption of said order duly certified by the Town Clerk was duly published and posted as required by law; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing was duly held at which all persons desiring to be heard were duly heard; and

WHEREAS, by resolution dated April 10, 2017, the Town Board authorized the Roxbury Water District Project at the maximum estimated cost of $1,794,500, by the issuance of the $1,794,500 bonds of the Town of Roxbury, Delaware County, New York; and

WHEREAS, the Town of Roxbury now requires bond counsel to assist in the Town’s issuance of bonds and provide for the rights of the holders thereof; and

WHEREAS, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP (“Bond Counsel”) has presented an outline of legal services (the “Retainer Agreement”) to the Town; and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

1. The law firm of Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP is hereby appointed bond counsel to the Town in relating to the proposed issuance of the bond for the Roxbury Water District Project.

2. The Town Supervisor is hereby authorized to execute the Retainer Agreement to retain Bond Counsel for the Roxbury Water District Project.”

WHEREUPON, the Resolution was put to a vote and recorded as follows:

AYES-5 Hinkley, Raeder, Cronk, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

Proper notification has been received from Creekside Café stating they intend to renew their liquor license with the NYS Liquor Authority.

On motion of Edward Raeder second by Gene Cronk the Town Board had no objections to the renewal of a liquor license for Creekside Café.

AYES-5 Raeder, Cronk, Hinkley, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

RESOLUTION #69-GENERAL FUND TRANSFER FUNDS TO PAY GRAND GORGE/ROXBURY WATER PROJECT COSTS

On motion of Allen Hinkley second by Gene Cronk the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, the Town Board, April 10, 2017, adopted a resolution authorizing the issuance of $1,794,500 bonds of the Town of Roxbury to pay the $1,794,500 maximum estimated cost of the increase and improvement of the facilities of the Town’s Roxbury Water District, in and for said Town; and

WHEREAS, the Town Board, April 10, 2017, adopted a resolution authorizing the issuance of $1,705,500 bonds of the Town of Roxbury to pay the $1,705,500 maximum estimated cost of the increase and improvement of the facilities of the Town’s Grand Gorge Water District, in and for said Town; and

WHEREAS, costs have been incurred on the project but no bond monies have been obtained as of this date;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Town Board authorizes costs for the Grand Gorge/Roxbury Water Improvements Project work to be paid using transferred General Fund monies which must be reimbursed within one year of the date of transfer using obtained bond monies.”

AYES-5 Hinkley, Cronk, Raeder, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

Proper notification has been received from Rhinecliff Hospitality LLC (Cassie’s Café) stating they are applying to the NYS Liquor License for a liquor license at that location and request a 30 day waiver from the Town Board.

RESOLUTION #70-LIQUOR LICENSE RHINECLIFF HOSPITALITY LLC (CASSIE’S CAFÉ)

On motion of Allen Hinkley second by Gene Cronk the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, the Town Board has received notification that Rhinecliff Hospitality, LLC (Cassie’s Café), will be applying for a NYS Liquor License; and

WHEREAS, Rhinecliff Hospitality, LLC (Cassie’s Café), has requested waiving the 30 day hold on said license;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Town Board has no objections with the issuance of a liquor license to Rhinecliff Hospitality, LLC (Cassie’s Café),; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Town Board approves waiving the 30 day license hold.”

AYES-5 Hinkley, Cronk, Raeder, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0

Discussion took place on the proposal of L.B. Berdan & Co., Inc. to prepare an appraisal of the Hinkley property in conjunction with the Grand Gorge/Roxbury Water System Improvements project.

RESOLUTION #71-RESOLUTION BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF ROXBURY

RETAINING LEONARD B. BERDAN & CO., INC. AND AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT

On motion of Edward Raeder second by Gene Cronk the following resolution was offered and adopted:

“WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Roxbury (the “Town Board”)             has determined the necessity of a project named Grand Gorge/Roxbury Water System Improvements Project  relating to the increase and improvement of the distribution facilities of the Town’s Grand Gorge and Roxbury Water Districts (the “Water District Project”); and

WHEREAS, at a meeting of said Town Board on March 13, 2017, an order was duly adopted specifying that the Town Board would meet to consider the Roxbury Water District Project, at an estimated maximum cost of $1,794,500, and to hear all persons interested in the subject; and

WHEREAS, at a meeting of said Town Board on March 13, 2017, an order was duly adopted specifying that the Town Board would meet to consider the Grand Gorge Water District Project, at an estimated maximum cost of $1,705,500, and to hear all persons interested in the subject; and

WHEREAS, a notice of adoption of said order duly certified by the Town Clerk was duly published and posted as required by law; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing was duly held at which all persons desiring to be heard were duly heard; and

WHEREAS, by resolution dated April 10, 2017, the Town Board authorized the Grand Gorge and Roxbury Water District Projects; and

WHEREAS, the Town of Roxbury now requires an appraisal of property for potential acquisition related to the “Water District Project”; and

WHEREAS, Leonard B. Berdan & Co., Inc. (“Appraiser”) has presented an appraisal proposal for appraisal services (the “Retainer Agreement”) to the Town; and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

1. Leonard B. Berdan & Co., Inc. is hereby retained as an appraiser to the Town relating to the Grand Gorge/Roxbury Water District Projects.

2. The Town Supervisor is hereby authorized to execute the Retainer Agreement to retain Leonard B. Berdan & Co., Inc. as an appraiser for the Grand Gorge/Roxbury Water District Projects.

WHEREUPON, the Resolution was put to a vote and recorded as follows:

AYES-4 Raeder, Cronk, Murray, Hynes
NAYS-0
ABSTAIN-1 Hinkley (relation to landowner)

No action was taken on filling the vacancy for Planning Board Alternate Member.

A reminder was given that the current Highway contracts and Water/Sewer contracts expire 12/31/17 and new ones need to be in place by 9/1/17 for 2018 budgeting purposes.

The Highway Supt. requested a bill from Blake Equipment be added to the abstract of bills.

On motion of Edward Raeder second by Carol Murray the bills were audited, and after addingVoucher#117 Blake Equipment $535.50 to Highway Fund,            all bills were ordered paid in the following amounts:

General Fund #172-217 – $134,168.19
Special Lights #7 – $2,163.90
Highway Fund #92-117 – $71,334.28
Capital Projects:
Roxbury Water #31-37 – $1,941.09
Roxbury Water Proj #3,5,6 – $4,728.26
Grand Gorge Water #34-41 – $2,496.09
GG Water Project #4,7,8 – $4,729.46
Denver Water District #33-39 – $10,024.27
Denver Water Proj. #9-10 – $24,552.01
Roxbury Sewer #25-31 – $7,221.44
Community Kitchen #11 – $2,600.00
Denver Sewer #42-52 – $17,498.03

AYES-5 Raeder, Murray, Cronk, Hinkley, Hynes
NAYS-0

On motion of Carol Murray second by Allen Hinkley the meeting adjourned at 9:33 pm.

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Diane Pickett, Town Clerk
Thomas S. Hynes, Supervisor
Gene Cronk, Councilman
Edward Raeder, Councilman
Allen Hinkley, Councilman
Carol Murray, Councilwoman

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