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									                                  REGULAR SESSION
                                     FIRST DAY

                               Wednesday, April 7, 2010


      The Chairman called the Board to order, the roll was called and the following
Representatives were found to be present:

     Relic, Powers, Clark, Murphy, Fournier, Lindberg, Dubben, Johnson, McCarty,
Schwerd, Stayton, Rothenberger, Rowinski, Stuligross.

        Under Privilege of the Floor, Adrian Kuzminski of Sustainable Otsego stated that he
read in the newspaper that the County Board may be setting up a gas drilling task force.
He said that the hope is that it will include local residents who are qualified by scientific
training or experience in the energy field and that input will be solicited from the public.
There should be a holistic approach to the issue through studies. Mr. Kuzminski felt the
task force should not presume anything and look at both the pros and the cons. He
commended the county Board for moving forward with the issue.

        Nicole Dillingham of Otsego 2000 stated that she hopes a task force is set up. She
felt that the substance of the task force must be to protect the health of Otsego County
residents. Gas drilling will be the most serious health threat faced by county residents. Ms.
Dillingham stated that the NYSDEC SGEIS document does not address environmental
contamination caused by hydraulic fracturing and presented a summary of problems that
occurred in other states. She reviewed powers counties have through agricultural districts,
county roads, floodplains, permit fees, and the ability to demand concessions from gas
companies.

       James Herman, Otsego County resident, brought the County Board’s attention to the
corridors of heavy transportation along NYS Route 28 north and NYS Route 205 north. He
pointed out that there is a number of gas drilling leases along those routes. This could be a
disaster for two lane highways and environmental spills.

       Bill Hayes, Social Worker at Bassett Hospital, stated that April is Child Abuse
Prevention Month. He reviewed research that has proven that risk of certain illnesses is
related to childhood experiences. Even though child abuse increases during economic
stress, the state is proposing to cut funds for programs to help reduce child abuse. Mr.
Hayes stated that child abuse is an important issue, and we must respond to it.

      The minutes of December 2 and 16, 2009 and January 6 and 20, 2010 and February
3, 2010 were approved.

      Representative Lindberg moved to eliminate printing the monthly minutes of the
County Board meetings since the minutes are now included on the county’s webpage.
Seconded, Schwerd. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Motion carried.

       The following communications were read and ordered filed:

       David Bliss, Middlefield Town Supervisor – Letter stating the Middlefield Town Board
not only endorses the county’s efforts to make high speed internet service available and
affordable to all county residents, but also feels it should be made a priority to obtain
funding to make this a reality.

         Marvin Parshall Sr., Worcester Town Attorney – Letter stating there appears to be
little progress on behalf of the Otsego County Board of Representatives and the County
Highway Department in moving the Brooker Hollow Road Bridge project forward and
requesting that the County Board give this matter priority in its construction projects this
year.

      Thomas Donlon, New York State Office of Homeland Security – Letter announcing
the award of $73,300 to Otsego County under the Fiscal Year 2009 HazMat Grant
Program.

       Notice of Claim – Joseph Robert versus State of New York, State of New York
Department of Environmental Conservation Police Agency, Environmental Conservation
Police Officer Mark Vencak, New York State Attorney General, Robert Wilcox and William
Wilcox, and County of Otsego - For false arrest and imprisonment and deprivation of civil
rights. Amount claimed is $5,000,000.00.

       The following report is on file with the Clerk of the Board:

       Montgomery-Otsego-Schoharie Solid waste Management Authority – 2009
         Annual Report

       Under Special Presentations, Representative Relic introduced Robert Jones,
Assistant Director of Communications for the New York State Police. Mr. Jones explained
that the state has partnered with Otsego County on the Public Safety Communications
Project/Microwave Infrastructure in the Troop C area. He said that the New York State
Police needs to improve its system. The best way to do so is to partner with counties and
municipalities. There are benefits to sharing the Hooker Mountain radio tower site with
Otsego County providing the building and the State Police providing the tower. They have
also looked at closing a microwave loop with all of Otsego County’s sites and some of
Delaware County’s sites. Mr. Jones explained that this would provide a high quality, high
grade system for Ethernet data travel and public safety communications. This would be an
upgrade and expansion of the current system. The state has received a bid from Alcatel
Lucent for the equipment and installation and feels that to insure integrity one provider
should handle both the equipment and installation. Mr. Jones said that the state would like
the county to move ahead with procurement and installation that is in line with the state’s
equipment.

        Roy Althiser, Communications Coordinator, commented that the county’s upgraded
microwave system should be in place by the end of September with towers erected and
equipment installed by August 31, 2010 to ensure a seamless switch over from the old
system. He added that a single source for the equipment and the installation insures
integrity and a guarantee of the system.

       Dan Crowell, Treasurer, gave an update on tax payments for 2007 through 2009.
He stated that there are about 80 properties on the tax delinquent list for the tax auction
this summer. Normally, the county has about 30 to 35 parcels to sell at the tax auction.
Mr. Crowell presented the comparisons between towns and the city for on-time payments,
late payments and unpaid taxes. He pointed out that the more rural areas and mobile
homes have a harder time making payments.

       The reports of the Standing Committees were given and ordered filed.

       The Chairman declared a short break.

       The Board reconvened.

     Representative Relic moved to dispense with the reading of all Resolutions.
Seconded, Clark. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Motion carried.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 144-20100407

             RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING CHAIRMAN TO EXECUTE
            MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH STATE POLICE
                REGARDING HOOKER MOUNTAIN TOWER SITE

                     RELIC, POWERS, CLARK, ROTHENBERGER

       WHEREAS, the County owns and operates a radio system within Otsego County
with a tower site at 982 Dog Hill Road in the Town of Maryland; and

       WHEREAS, the State Police currently operates a state-wide radio system with a
tower site located at 982 Dog Hill Road in the Town of Maryland; and

      WHEREAS, the County and the State Police have determined that it is to their
mutual benefit to share resources within the County; and

       WHEREAS, the County has retained Blue Wing Services, Inc. to provide a bid
design for a next generation radio system that has identified the radio site on Dog Hill Road
in the Town of Maryland as a co-location site; and

      WHEREAS, the State Police recognizes a need for upgrades to the radio
transmission site located at Dog Hill Road in the Town of Maryland; and

      WHEREAS, the County and the State Police wish to enter into a Memorandum of
Understanding regarding this tower site; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Chairman of this Board is authorized to execute a
Memorandum of Understanding with the New York State Police regarding the Tower Site at
982 Dog Hill Road, in the Town of Maryland; said Memorandum of Understanding to
include the following understandings:

      1. The County will provide a building of sufficient size to accommodate the County
and the State Police current equipment needs and allow for future growth.

        2. The County will supply back up power via on-site generation sufficient to operate
all radio equipment in the event of a commercial power outage.

       3. The County will provide for fencing of the site and maintenance of the ground
space to include vegetation control and snow removal.

      4. The State Police shall provide a tower structure capable of a loading capacity for
the County’s and the State’s current and future equipment.

      5. The tower shall be constructed to EIA/TIA tower code specification 222-g with
allowances for wind and ice loading.

       6. The State Police will be responsible for maintaining the tower in a serviceable
condition.

       7. The County will be responsible for locating all current radio equipment in the
State Police radio shelter to the new County provided shelter.

       8. The County will arrange for Blue Wing Services, Inc. to work with the State Police
in drawing the site plan for the new shelter and erection of a new tower. The County must
place the new structure in the summer of 2010.

       9. The County will host the State Police communications systems in the new shelter
and provide power and emergency power to the site. The State Police will provide the site,
tower and maintenance of the tower to accommodate current antenna loading and future
loading for both the Otsego Public Safety and State Police Communications networks,
including microwave dishes and antennas as designed by Blue Wing Services, Inc.

        10. The State Police will cooperate with the County of Otsego in regard to
communications shelter, tower and site maintenance whenever such maintenance must be
performed that may, or would, affect communications service. The County will use its best
efforts to notify the State Police whenever any planned interruption is to take place. The
State Police agrees that it will not unreasonably withhold its cooperation in the mitigation of
any problem, structural or electronic.

      11. The County agrees that no tower company is authorized access to this site
unless it is trained, experienced, and insured.

       12. The County agrees that the use of this site is at its own risk with regard to radio
coverage, communications equipment, components, and the suitability of the tower
structure.

       13. The County understands that in order to provide the required level of service,
the State Police and its maintenance vendor(s) will require access to the site for both
routine and emergency maintenance. The County will provide shelter security keys,
combination numbers and security alarm code(s) to the State Police for distribution to
authorized persons. The State Police further agrees that all entry and exit requirements
including locking of doors, gates and setting security devices will be honored.

      14. The County will maintain a security intrusion detection system for the shelter.
The County requires notification prior to entering the site as early in advance as is
reasonable.

      15. The names and affiliation of maintenance contractors will be provided to the
County E-911 Coordinator and updated as necessary. Routine and emergency access,
notification will be made to the 911 dispatch center at 607-547- 4273.

      16. The State Police shall be responsible for maintaining a valid ground lease
agreement with the landlord at the 982 Dog Hill Road site.

and be it further

      RESOLVED, that said Memorandum of Understanding shall contain such other
terms and provisions as are in the best interests of the County of Otsego.

       Seconded, Fournier. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 145-20100407

           RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD TO
            CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE OF STEEL, SELF-SUPPORTING
            RADIO COMMUNICATIONS TOWERS FOR THE EMERGENCY
               SERVICES TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (ESTS)

                      RELIC, POWERS, CLARK, ROTHENBERGER

       WHEREAS, Requests for Proposals have been requested and duly received by the
Purchasing Agent from qualified tower manufacturing firms to provide steel, self-supporting
radio communications towers to be used for Otsego County’s ESTS Project; and

        WHEREAS, the Purchasing Agent has made a report to the Public Safety and Legal
Affairs Committee of this Board and they have made a recommendation to this Board that
the proposal of PiRod, Inc. d/b/a Valmont Structures be accepted; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Chairman of the Board of Representatives be and hereby is
authorized to contract with PiRod, Inc. d/b/a Valmont Structures, 1545 Pidco Drive,
Plymouth, Indiana 45563, for the purchase of steel, self-supporting radio communications
towers for the County’s ESTS Project, according to the following schedule:

                                 TOWER          TOWER            BOLT
 LOCATION           TOWER      EXTENSION       SHIPPING          SHIP           TOTAL
Cooperstown         $ 33,550                    $ 1,400          $ 200         $ 35,150
Cooperstown                      $ 10,700                                      $ 10,700
Cornish Hill        $ 39,490                     $ 1,400          $ 200        $ 41,090
Cherry Valley       $ 32,760                     $ 1,400          $ 200        $ 34,360
Hooker Mtn          $ 31,510                     $ 1,400          $ 200        $ 33,110
Otsego #1-5         $202,400                     $14,000          $1,000       $217,400
Rockdale            $ 40,480                     $ 2,800          $ 200        $ 43,480
Noah’s Rump         $ 33,560                     $ 1,400          $ 200        $ 35,160
TOTAL               $413,750     $ 10,700        $23,800          $2,200       $450,450

and be it further

       RESOLVED, that the Public Safety and Legal Affairs Committee shall have the
authority to approve each tower expenditure with optional materials as set forth in the bid
specifications on file with the Clerk of the Board at the time of the actual replacement of
each tower without the further need of an authorizing resolution; and be it further

     RESOLVED, that this contract shall contain such other and further conditions as
deemed in the best interest of the County; and be it further

    RESOLVED, that the funding for this contract is included in the Public Safety
Communications Budget (3020-A) at line 2750 Communication Backbone.

       Seconded, Lindberg. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 146-20100407

          RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD TO
           ENTER INTO A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH NEW CINGULAR
        WIRELESS FOR LEASE OF SPACE ON CORNISH HILL TOWER SITE

                     RELIC, POWERS, CLARK, ROTHENBERGER

        RESOLVED, that the Chairman of the Board be and hereby is authorized to enter
into a lease agreement with New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC, (herein called Tenant)
having a mailing address of 12555 Cingular Way, Suite 1300, Alpharetta, Georgia 30004,
to provide for the leasing of property owned by the County (herein called the Landlord or
County), namely, the Cornish Hill Tower Site in the Town of Middlefield, for the installation
of Tenant’s antennas and placement of radio cabinets and any structural steel or other
improvements to support Tenant’s equipment, for an initial term of five (5) years and
automatically renewable for four (4), five (5) year terms upon the same terms and
conditions unless the Tenant notifies the County in writing of the Tenant’s intention not to
renew the lease at least 60 days prior to the expiration of the existing term, or unless the
County gives the Tenant twelve (12) months prior written notice should a public need arise
for the use of the site; and be it further

       RESOLVED, that the Tenant shall pay the County a monthly rental of $2,046.49; in
year one (1) of each extension term, the monthly rental will increase by the amount of
increase in the Consumer Price Index since the first month of the initial term or of the
previous extension term, as the case may be; and be it further

       RESOLVED, to accommodate the County’s planned upgrade of this tower site, the
Tenant agrees to pay $20,000 for the costs associated with the removal of the County’s
equipment from the existing Rohn 65 tower to the Rohn 80 tower; the County being solely
responsible for such relocation; and the Tenant remaining responsible for removing and
relocating all of the Landlord’s antennas on the Rohn 80 tower to meet the design
requirements of the final design; and be it further

       RESOLVED, that said lease agreement shall contain such other terms and
provisions as are in the best interest of the County of Otsego.

       Seconded, Lindberg. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.
                            RESOLUTION NO. 147-20100407

            RESOLUTION – APPROVING ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP IN THE
            SOUTHERN TIER EAST REGIONAL EMERGENCY SERVICE
              INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATION ALLIANCE AND
               AUTHORIZING CHAIRMAN TO SIGN MEMORANDUM
                           OF UNDERSTANDING

                     RELIC, POWERS, CLARK, ROTHENBERGER

      WHEREAS, there is a need to cooperate and establish an interoperability
communications network for emergency service communications to serve the Southern Tier
East Region; and

        WHEREAS, this need has been expressed in the National SAFECOM program, is
encouraged by the Federal Government through a number of federal grant programs, and
is well recognized as the future for planning interoperable communications systems; and

       WHEREAS, in order to seek federal funding for such initiatives, it is the desire of the
Counties of Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Otsego, Schoharie, Tioga and
Tompkins, to form the Emergency Service Interoperable Communication Alliance for the
Eastern Southern Tier (hereinafter referred to as “Regional Interoperable Communications
Alliance”; and

        WHEREAS, it is desirable that the Regional Interoperable Communications Alliance
be endorsed by its participant active counties, and that its responsibilities be formally set
forth; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the County of Otsego, for the reasons set forth above, and
pursuant to the authority provided under Article 5-G of the New York State General
Municipal Law, hereby expresses its desire to work with its neighboring counties as an
active member of the Southern Tier East Emergency Service Interoperable Communication
Alliance and officially designates its Communications Coordinator to be its official
representative to said Alliance; and be it further

       RESOLVED, that once activated the Regional Interoperable Communications
Alliance will be governed in the manner set forth in the Memorandum of Understanding; the
same being on file with the Clerk of the Board of Representatives; and be it further

       RESOLVED, that the Regional Interoperable Communications Alliance shall be
activated upon the adoption of this resolution by this county and any two other counties
listed as potential member counties, and that the Alliance shall only represent those
counties with active memberships; and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the Chairman of this Board is hereby authorized to sign the
Memorandum of Understanding to effectuate compliance with the terms and conditions of
the Regional Interoperable Communications Alliance.

       Seconded, Fournier. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.
                           RESOLUTION NO. 148-20100407

        RESOLUTION - AUTHORIZING CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD TO
       CONTRACT WITH NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH,
     EARLY INTERVENTION ADMINISTRATION TO RECEIVE GRANT FUNDS
           FOR AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT

                     POWERS, STAYTON, MCCARTY, ROWINSKI

        RESOLVED, that the Chairman of the Board, on behalf of the Otsego County
Department of Health, be and hereby is authorized to execute a grant agreement with the
State of New York Department of Health, Early Intervention Administration, to receive grant
funds in the amount of $22,895.00 for an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Grant,
for the period October 1, 2009 through March 31, 2011; and be it further

        RESOLVED, that said agreement shall contain such other terms and provisions as
are in the best interest of the County of Otsego.

      Seconded, Lindberg and Stuligross. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167.
Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 149-20100407

            RESOLUTION - AUTHORIZING CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
             TO CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE OF CERTAIN SERVICES
          (BRIDGE REPLACEMENT OVER OTEGO CREEK, BIN 3353870)

                      MCCARTY, RELIC, LINDBERG, SCHWERD

       WHEREAS, bids have been requested and duly received by the Purchasing Agent
for a certain bridge replacement as set forth below; and

       WHEREAS, the Superintendent of Highways has made a report to the Public Works
Committee of this Board, and they have made a recommendation to this Board that the
lowest responsible bid be accepted; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Chairman of this Board of Representatives be and is hereby
authorized to contract with the following firm as set forth below, in accordance with the
specifications and bid heretofore received:

             PROJECT:      Replacement of Bridge BIN 3353870,
                           County Route #11A over Otego Creek,
                           Town of Laurens, Otsego County, New
                           York

             BIDDER:       Tioga Construction Inc.
                           333 Gros Boulevard
                           Herkimer, New York 13350

             COST:         $657,379.50
and be it further

       RESOLVED, that said contract shall contain such other terms and provisions as are
in the best interests of the County of Otsego; and be it further

     RESOLVED, that funding for this expenditure is included in the 2010 Highway
Budget under D5113.2121, D5110.4500, D5110.2020 and D5110.4800.

       Seconded, Fournier. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                            RESOLUTION NO. 150-20100407

            RESOLUTION - AUTHORIZING CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
          TO CONTRACT FOR AUDITING SERVICES AT OTSEGO MANOR

                    LINDBERG, STAYTON, FOURNIER, STULIGROSS

       RESOLVED, that the Chairman of this Board be and is hereby authorized to contract
with Bryans & Gramuglia, Certified Public Accountants, LLC, Washington Avenue Ext., Pine
West Plaza, Building 1, Albany, New York 12205 for professional auditing services at
Otsego Manor; namely, the following services for the audit year ended December 31, 2009,
at a cost of $42,000.00 plus out-of-pocket expenses, travel expenses, the cost of the
software to prepare the Medicare cost reports and consulting costs relating to the OMIG
base year audit:

              $16,000.00 – for Financial Statement Audit of Otsego Manor
              $ 5,000.00 – for Preparation of Otsego Manor Medicare Cost Report
              $ 3,500.00 – for Preparation of Otsego Manor LTHHCP Medicare Cost
                           Report

              $ 6,000.00 – for Preparation of Otsego Manor Medicaid Cost Report

              $ 4,500.00 – for Preparation of Otsego Manor LTHHCP Medicaid Cost
                           Report

              $ 3,500.00 – for Audit of Otsego Manor Medicaid Cost Report
              $ 3,500.00 – for Audit of LTHHCP’s Medicaid Cost Report

              $42,000.00 – TOTAL COST plus

              $     150.00 per hour – Consulting Advice relating to OMIG Base Year Audit

and be it further

       RESOLVED, that the contract shall contain such other terms and conditions as are
in the best interest of the County; and be it further

     RESOLVED, that the funding for this contract is included in the 2010 Otsego Manor
Budget (6020-E) at line 4900 Other and is reimbursable up to 100% with federal, state and
private funds.

       Seconded, Murphy. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                            RESOLUTION NO. 151-20100407

           RESOLUTION - AUTHORIZING CHAIRMAN TO EXECUTE
      AGREEMENT WITH SOCIAL WORK CONSULTANT AT OTSEGO MANOR

                   LINDBERG, STAYTON, FOURNIER, STULIGROSS

       WHEREAS, there is a need for a Social Work Consultant at Otsego Manor; and

        WHEREAS, Section 415.26(e) of the New York State Hospital Code provides for a
qualified Social Work Consultant to assist the nursing home staff in identifying the
residents' personal and social problems; and

       WHEREAS, Beth E. Cain has agreed to provide these services on a part-time basis
to the County; now, therefore, be it

        RESOLVED, that the Chairman of this Board be and hereby is authorized to enter
into an agreement with Beth E. Cain, 715 Center Valley Road, Worcester, New York 12197,
to provide services as a Social Work Consultant on a part-time basis at Otsego Manor, at
an hourly rate of $50.00, not to exceed 1,400 hours, at a cost not to exceed $70,000.00 for
the period January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010; and be it further

       RESOLVED, that said contract shall contain such other terms and provisions as are
in the best interest of the County of Otsego; and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the funds for this agreement are included in the 2010 Infirmary
Enterprise Budget (6020-E) at line 4880 Consultants.

       Seconded, Rowinski. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                            RESOLUTION NO. 152-20100407

                 RESOLUTION - AUTHORIZING CHAIRMAN TO EXECUTE
                  AGREEMENTS WITH GENESIS ABSTRACT, INC. AND
                    OTSEGO ABSTRACT COMPANY INC. FOR TITLE
                       SEARCHES IN TAX SALE PROCEEDINGS

                            JOHNSON, SCHWERD, MURPHY

     WHEREAS, the County is in need of a Certified Abstract Company, licensed and
insured, to provide certified title reports to the County Treasurer’s Office in conjunction with
tax sale proceedings for property in Otsego County which has been advertised for sale for
delinquent taxes; and

     WHEREAS, the County requested quotes for these services, and Genesis Abstract
Inc. and Otsego Abstract Company Inc. submitted the same lowest and acceptable quote;
and

     WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the County of Otsego to contract with Genesis
Abstract Inc. and Otsego Abstract Company Inc. to provide these professional services to
the County; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Chairman of this Board be and hereby is authorized to execute
agreements with Genesis Abstract Inc. and Otsego Abstract Company Inc. to provide
certified title reports to the County Treasurer’s Office in conjunction with tax sale
proceedings for property in Otsego County which has been advertised for sale for
delinquent taxes for a term ending December 31, 2010 at a cost of $70.00 per search;
these services being professional in nature and not requiring public bidding; and be it
further

      RESOLVED, that said agreements shall contain such other terms and provisions as
are in the best interests of the County of Otsego; and be it further

    RESOLVED, that the funds for this expenditure are included in the 2010 Tax
Advertising and Expense Budget (1362-A) at line 4800 Other.

     Seconded, Lindberg. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                          RESOLUTION NO. 153-20100407

               RESOLUTION – APPOINTING MEMBERS TO OTSEGO
                     COUNTY YOUTH ADVISORY BOARD

                          JOHNSON, SCHWERD, MURPHY

      WHEREAS, pursuant to resolution No. 237 of 1978, the Chairman of the Board of
Representatives was authorized to appoint members to the Otsego County Youth Advisory
Board; now, therefore, be it

      RESOLVED, that the following appointments be and the same are hereby approved:

          BEVERLY MURCH                                      TOWN OF LAURENS
          112 Strong Cross Road
          Laurens, New York 13796
          Term to expire December 31, 2011

          JOAN VAN VALKENBURG                                CITY OF ONEONTA
          26 Suncrest Terrace
          Oneonta, New York 13820
          Term to expire December 31, 2011

          JOSEPH STEPP                                       CITY OF ONEONTA
          1518 County Highway 10
          Laurens, New York 13796
          Term to expire December 31, 2011
       Seconded, Fournier. Oral vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                            RESOLUTION NO. 154-20100407

                   RESOLUTION - APPOINTING MEMBER TO OTSEGO
                      COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD

                       POWERS, STAYTON, MCCARTY, ROWINSKI


       RESOLVED, that pursuant to Section 41.11 of the Mental Hygiene Law, the
following person be and hereby is appointed a member of the Otsego County Community
Services Board for the term indicated, effective April 7, 2010:

                             PAULETTE MAJESTIC
                             20 Gardner Place
                             Oneonta, New York 13820
                             Term expiring December 31, 2012
                             (Replacing Reva Baldwin)

       Seconded, Fournier. Oral vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.

       Representative Johnson withdrew Resolution No. 155-20100407 – Creating
positions in Auditor’s Office (Senior Audit Clerks) and Resolution No. 156-20200407 –
Abolishing positions in Auditor’s Office (Account Clerk Typists).



                            RESOLUTION NO. 157-20100407

                RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING FILLING OF POSITION
                     IN BUILDING SERVICES DEPARTMENT

                       MCCARTY, RELIC, LINDBERG, SCHWERD

       WHEREAS, Resolution No. 242-20091021 froze the filling of current vacant
employment positions, funded or unfunded, and filling of other previously created positions
as yet unfilled without the formal approval of the Parent Committee and a County Board
Resolution; and

         WHEREAS, on March 22, 2010, the Public Works Committee of this Board approved
the filling of a certain position in the Building Services Department, as set forth below; now,
therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Director of Building Services is hereby approved to fill the
following vacant funded position, effective immediately:

                               Maintenance Worker, Grade 08D,
                                $25,444 - $29,969 ($905)
and be it further

       RESOLVED, that the funding for this position is included in the 2010 Cooperstown
Office Building Budget (1625-A) at line 1000 Personal Service.

       Seconded, Fournier. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 158-20100407

            RESOLUTION – OPPOSING THE CLOSING OF STATE PARKS
                  AND HISTORIC SITES IN OTSEGO COUNTY

                           JOHNSON, SCHWERD, MURPHY

       WHEREAS, facing historic financial pressures, New York State is planning to close a
certain number of state parks and historic sites; and

      WHEREAS, it is the first time that parks will have closed in New York State due to
budget constraints; and

        WHEREAS, Governor David A. Paterson’s budget proposal for fiscal 2010 – 2011
calls for budget cuts that could close 41 state parks and 14 historic sites as well as a
reduction in services at 23 state parks and one historic site; and

       WHEREAS, the Glimmerglass State Park, Gilbert Lake State Park, the Betty and
Wilbur Davis State Park, the Robert V. Riddell State Park and Hyde Hall offer the public
many activities, such as swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, skiing and camping, and each
of these parks and sites offers its own unique scenic beauty, including streams, lakes,
woodlands, ponds, beach areas and wildlife, which attract a number of tourists into Otsego
County each season as well as attendance by many County residents; and

       WHEREAS, with the possibility of state park and historic site closures in Otsego
County, there is no doubt that the County’s tourism and economy would be adversely
affected; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that this Board of Representatives wishes to go on record opposing the
closing of state parks and historic sites in Otsego County; and be it further

       RESOLVED, that the Clerk of the Board is hereby directed to forward certified copies
of this resolution to Governor David A. Paterson, Assemblyman Steven Englebright,
Chairman of the Assembly Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sport Development Committee,
Senator Jose Serrano, Chairman of the Senate Cultural Affairs, Tourism, Parks and
Recreation Committee, Senator James L. Seward, Assemblyman William Magee,
Assemblyman Peter D. Lopez and Assemblyman Marc W. Butler.

       Seconded, Fournier. Oral vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 5,494; Noes: 673 – Stayton,
Stuligross. Adopted.
                                  RESOLUTION NO. 159-20100407

           RESOLUTION - AUTHORIZING SUPERINTENDENT OF HIGHWAYS
              TO PURCHASE EQUIPMENT UNDER STATE CONTRACT

                            MCCARTY, RELIC, LINDBERG, SCHWERD

      RESOLVED, that the Superintendent of Highways be and is hereby authorized to
purchase the following equipment under state contract:

                 ITEM:                      Two (2) Tractors MT 445B with Cab
                                            ($40,611.78/tractor)

                 VENDOR:                    Milton Cat
                                            Binghamton, New York 13901

                 COST:                      $81,223.56

                 STATE CONTRACT: PC 62734

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                 ITEMS                      One (1) Rail Razor 32” Guard Rail
                 & COST:                    Mower - $17,694.00

                                            Two (2) Rear Flail Mowers/88”
                                            Standard (540 PTO) - $7,551.00 each -
                                            $15,102.00 Total

                                            One (1) 74” Standard Side Mount
                                            Flail Mower - $19,155.00

                 VENDOR:                    SEI (billed through Milton Cat)
                                            6018 Drott Drive
                                            Syracuse, New York 13057

                 STATE CONTRACT: PC 20365

and be it further

     RESOLVED, that the funding for these purchases is included in the 2010 Highway
Budget under D5130.2000 and D5113.4800.

       Seconded, Rothenberger. Representative Johnson moved to amend the resolution
by deleting “One (1) Rail Razor 32” Guard Rail Mower - $17,694.00” and changing “One (1)
74” Standard Side Mount Flail Mower - $19,155” to “Two (2) 74” Standard Side Mowers -
$38,310”. Seconded, McCarty. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 2,199 – Clark, Johnson, McCarty,
Schwerd, Stuligross; Noes: 3,968. Motion lost.

      Representative Relic moved to amend the resolution by deleting “One (1) Rail Razor
32” Guard Rail Mower - $17,694”. There was no second to the motion.
       Representative Fournier moved to call the question. Seconded, Lindberg. Total:
6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Motion carried.

      Roll call vote on the resolution as presented. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 4,915; Noes: 1,252
– Johnson, McCarty, Schwerd. Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 160-20100407

               RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING FILLING OF POSITIONS
                         IN HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

                      MCCARTY, RELIC, LINDBERG, SCHWERD

       WHEREAS, Resolution No. 242-20091021 froze the filling of current vacant
employment positions, funded or unfunded, and filling of other previously created positions
as yet unfilled without the formal approval of the Parent Committee and a County Board
Resolution; and

         WHEREAS, on March 22, 2010, the Public Works Committee of this Board approved
the filling of certain positions in the Highway Department, as set forth below; now,
therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Superintendent of Highways is hereby approved to fill the
following vacant funded positions, effective immediately:

       One (1) Working Sign Shop Supervisor, Grade 13N, $34,129 - $38,915

       One (1) Heavy Motor Equipment Operator, Class II, Grade 12Y,
       $31,680 - $36,340

       One (1) Heavy Motor Equipment Operator, Class I, Grade 12G,
       $30,412 - $35,054

       One (1) Motor Equipment Operator, Class II, Grade 11L, $29,430 - $33,798

       Three (3) Motor Equipment Operator, Class I, Grade 11I $28,669 - $33,041

       Three (3) Road Maintainers, Grade 08M, $25,357 - $29,332

and be it further

     RESOLVED, that the funding for these positions is included in the 2010 Highway
Budget under D5110.1000.

     Seconded, Fournier. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 5,292; Noes: 875 – Johnson,
Schwerd. Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 161-20100407
          RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING FILLING OF VACANT POSITION
              IN OFFICE OF NY CONNECTS OF OTSEGO COUNTY

                     POWERS, STAYTON, MCCARTY, ROWINSKI

       WHEREAS, Resolution No. 242-20091021 froze the filling of current vacant
employment positions, funded or unfunded, and filling of other previously created positions
as yet unfilled without the formal approval of the Parent Committee and a County Board
Resolution; and

        WHEREAS, on March 23, 2010, the Health and Education Committee of this Board
approved the filling of a certain position in the Office of NY Connects of Otsego County, as
set forth below; now, therefore, be it

          RESOLVED, that the Director of NY Connects of Otsego County is hereby approved
to fill the following vacant funded position, effective immediately:

                    Caseworker, Grade 12, $29,692 - $35,082 ($1,078)

and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the funding for this position is included in the 2010 Office for the
Aging Budget (6772-A) at line 1000 Personal Service with 50% federal reimbursement,
45% state reimbursement and 5% local cost.

       Seconded, Fournier. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 162-20100407

         RESOLUTION – CREATING POSITIONS IN OTSEGO MANOR AND
        OTSEGO MANOR'S LONG TERM HOME HEALTH CARE PROGRAM
      (LPN, UNIVERSAL WORKER II, CLERK, COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE)

                           JOHNSON, SCHWERD, MURPHY

      RESOLVED, that the following positions are created in Otsego Manor and Otsego
Manor’s Long Term Home Health Care Program, effective April 11, 2010:

       Licensed Practical Nurse, Grade 11K, part-time, $15.7804 - $18.3969 per
       hour ($0.5233) – Otsego Manor

       Universal Worker II, Grade 6Z, $23,392 - $27,392 ($800) – Otsego Manor

       Clerk, Grade 5, part-time, $12.2950 - $14.444 per hour – Otsego Manor

       Community Health Nurse, Grade 14C, $43,244 - $50,204 ($1,392) –
       Otsego Manor LTHHCP

and be it further
       RESOLVED, that the funding for these positions is included in the 2010 Infirmary
Enterprise Budget (6020-E) at line 1000 Personal Service with reimbursement rates as
follows: 50% federal, 40% state and 10% local cost; and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the Clerk of the Board be and hereby is authorized and directed to
forward a copy of this resolution to the County Treasurer and to the Personnel Officer.

      Seconded, Lindberg. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 5,777; Noes: 390 –
Johnson. Adopted.


                          RESOLUTION NO. 163-20100407

         RESOLUTION - ABOLISHING POSITIONS IN OTSEGO MANOR
     AND OTSEGO MANOR’S LONG TERM HOME HEALTH CARE PROGRAM
            (LPN, KEYBOARD SPECIALIST, COMMUNITY HEALTH
            NURSE, SUPERVISING COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSE)

                    LINDBERG, STAYTON, FOURNIER, STULIGROSS

      RESOLVED, that the following positions in Otsego Manor and Otsego Manor’s
Long Term Home Health Care Program are abolished:

       Licensed Practical Nurse, Grade 11K, full-time, position #12,
       $32,826 – $38,271 ($1,089), effective April 10, 2010 – Otsego Manor

       Keyboard Specialist, Grade 5, part-time, position #4, $12.2950 - $14.444
       per hour, effective April 21, 2010 – Otsego Manor

       Community Health Nurse, Grade 14C, part-time, position #6,
       $20.7896 - $24.1301 per hour ($0.6681), effective April 4, 2010 –
       Otsego Manor LTHHCP

       Supervising Community Health Nurse, Grade 21M, part-time, position #2,
       $26.8047 – $31.5077 per hour ($0.9406), effective April 4, 2010 – Otsego
       Manor LTHHCP

and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the Clerk of this Board be and hereby is authorized and directed to
forward a copy of this resolution to the Otsego County Personnel Officer and to the County
Treasurer.

       Seconded, McCarty. Oral vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                          RESOLUTION NO. 164-20100407

           RESOLUTION – AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. 242-20091021 –
                            HIRING FREEZE
                            JOHNSON, SCHWERD, MURPHY

      WHEREAS, Resolution No. 242-20091021 established a hiring freeze for all County
departments; and

       WHEREAS, this resolution also established the procedure for filling of vacant
positions during said hiring freeze; and

        WHEREAS, it is necessary to amend Resolution No. 242-20091021; now, therefore,
be it

      RESOLVED, that Resolution No. 242-20091021 be and is hereby amended to
exempt the following positions at the Otsego County Correctional Facility from needing a
Board resolution for filling:

                             Correction Lieutenant
                             Correction Sergeant
                             Correction Officer

and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the Otsego County Sheriff must obtain prior Parent Committee
approval to fill the above vacant positions; and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the Clerk of this Board be and hereby is authorized and directed to
forward a copy of this resolution to the Otsego County Personnel Officer and to the County
Treasurer.

     Seconded, Fournier. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 5,400; Noes: 767 – Johnson,
McCarty. Adopted.


                            RESOLUTION NO. 165-20100407

               RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING FILING OF COMMUNITY
              DEVELOPMENT BLOCK HOUSING GRANT APPLICATION

                    SCHWERD, JOHNSON, LINDBERG, ROWINSKI

       WHEREAS, the Otsego County Planning Department, with research and writing
assistance from the Center for Economic and Community Development at the State
University of New York College at Oneonta, intends to submit an application, on behalf of
Otsego County, to the New York State Community Development Block Grant Program’s
2010 Annual Competitive Round, which is due April 23, 2010; and

        WHEREAS, Board authorization is required to file this application; now, therefore, be
it

       RESOLVED, that this Board of Representatives authorizes the filing of an application
for State assistance to the New York State Community Development Block Grant Program
in the annual competitive round for home buyer purchase assistance, with an emphasis
toward replacement of aged mobile and manufactured homes county-wide, including the
replacement of mobile homes with permanent housing within mobile home parks under the
guidelines of the New York State Housing Trust Fund Corporation’s Manufactured Home
Replacement initiative, in the amount not to exceed $750,000.00; and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the Chairman of this Board is authorized to sign any and all
agreements and related documents that may be necessary for receipt of said funds from
the New York State Community Development Block Grant Program as described above.

       Seconded, Stuligross. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                            RESOLUTION NO. 166-20100407

                          RESOLUTION – APPROVING
                    TEMPORARY HIRE IN PLANNING DEPARTMENT

                     SCHWERD, JOHNSON, LINDBERG, ROWINSKI

       WHEREAS, Resolution No. 242-20091021 froze the filling of current vacant
employment positions, funded or unfunded, and filling of other previously created positions
as yet unfilled without the formal approval of the Parent Committee and a County Board
Resolution; and

      WHEREAS, the Intergovernmental Affairs Committee of this Board approved the
temporary hire of a Keyboard Specialist in the Planning Department to temporarily fill a
funded soon-to-be vacant position; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Director of Planning is hereby approved to hire the following for
a three (3) month period, effective the first day of service to the department:

                    One (1) temporary hire Keyboard Specialist, Grade 5
                                 $21,923- $25,768 ($769)

and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the funding for this position is included in the 2010 Planning
Department Budget (8020-A) at line 1000 Personal Service.

       Seconded, Powers. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                            RESOLUTION NO. 167-20100407

            RESOLUTION – PROCLAIMING NATIONAL SAFE KIDS WEEK
                            IN OTSEGO COUNTY

                      POWERS, STAYTON, MCCARTY, ROWINSKI
       WHEREAS, every kid should have an opportunity to participate in sports or any
recreational activity that promotes regular physical activity; and

       WHEREAS, participation in sports and recreational activities provides substantial
health benefits, but can also pose serious health and injury risks; and

      WHEREAS, unintentional injury is the number one killer of children ages 1 – 14 in
the U.S.; and

      WHEREAS, more than 30 million children participate in sports each year in the
United States; and

      WHEREAS, each year more than 3.5 million youth ages 14 and under receive
medical treatment for sports injuries; and

      WHEREAS, approximately 2 out of 5 traumatic brain injuries among youth are
associated with participation in sports and recreational activities; and

        WHEREAS, Safe Kids USA and Safe Kids of Otsego County promote childhood
injury prevention strategies by uniting diverse groups, developing innovative educational
tools and programs, initiating public policy changes, distributing safety devices to families in
need, promoting new technology and raising awareness through the media; and

       WHEREAS, Safe Kids USA, with the support of founding sponsor Johnson &
Johnson, launched a new youth sports safety initiative that will help keep kids safe while
also staying active; and

      WHEREAS, the components of preventing sports injuries include annual pre-
season medical screenings, proper hydration before, during and after games and practices,
concussion prevention and screening, and overuse injury prevention; and

        WHEREAS, Safe Kids of Otsego County have planned special injury prevention
activities and community-based events for Safe Kids Week 2010 in an effort to educate
families about youth safety and sports injury prevention; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Otsego County Board of Representatives does hereby
proclaim April 24 – May 1, 2010 as

                               NATIONAL SAFE KIDS WEEK

in Otsego County and calls upon all the residents of this county to join in supporting the
efforts and activities of Safe Kids to prevent childhood injury.

       Seconded, entire Board. Oral vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                            RESOLUTION NO. 168-20100407

          RESOLUTION – PROCLAIMING THE MONTH OF APRIL 2010 AS
            CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH IN OTSEGO COUNTY
                CLARK, ROTHENBERGER, STULIGROSS, ROWINSKI

       WHEREAS, our children represent our greatest hope for the future, and Otsego
County remains steadfast in its commitment to the safety and security of our children,
families and communities; and

       WHEREAS, of paramount concern to all New Yorkers are the problems of child
abuse, neglect and maltreatment, which endanger vulnerable young lives and cause long-
lasting damage to a child’s physical, emotional and cognitive well-being; and

       WHEREAS, there are education and prevention programs that address all
categories of child abuse, and people in communities across Otsego County are
encouraged to support such efforts that promote a safe and nurturing environment for
children and families; and

      WHEREAS, citizens should be vigilant and fervent in their efforts to stop child abuse
and are asked to call the State Central Register for Child Abuse and Maltreatment at 1-800-
342-3720 to report suspected abuse and neglect; and

       WHEREAS, Otsego County does not tolerate acts of violence against children and
continuously strives to enact tougher laws to protect children from abuse, neglect, and
maltreatment; all citizens are reminded of the many forms of abuse that occur in our
society, with greatest concern for the threat of harm to our precious children; now,
therefore, be it

        RESOLVED, that the Otsego County Board of Representatives proclaims the month
of April 2010 as
                       CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH

       Seconded, entire Board. Oral vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                            RESOLUTION NO. 169-20100407

                RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING FILLING OF POSITION
                         IN SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

                     RELIC, POWERS, CLARK, ROTHENBERGER

       WHEREAS, Resolution No. 242-20091021 froze the filling of current vacant
employment positions, funded or unfunded, and filling of other previously created positions
as yet unfilled without the formal approval of the Parent Committee and a County Board
Resolution; and

       WHEREAS, on March 16, 2010, the Public Safety and Legal Affairs Committee of
this Board approved the filling of a certain position in the Sheriff’s Department, as set forth
below; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Sheriff is hereby approved to fill the following vacant funded
position, effective immediately:
                     Correction Officer, Grade 9G, $29,630 - $34,308

and be it further

        RESOLVED, that the funding for this position is included in the Jail Budget (3150-A)
at line 1000 Personal Service.

       Seconded, Lindberg. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 170-20100407

             RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING FILLING OF POSITIONS
         AND TEMPORARY HIRE IN DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES

                CLARK, ROTHENBERGER, STULIGROSS, ROWINSKI

       WHEREAS, Resolution No. 242-20091021 froze the filling of current vacant
employment positions, funded or unfunded, and filling of other previously created positions
as yet unfilled without the formal approval of the Parent Committee and a County Board
Resolution; and

      WHEREAS, on March 25, 2010, the Human Services Committee of this Board
approved the filling of certain positions in the Department of Social Services, as set forth
below; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Commissioner of Social Services is hereby approved to fill the
following vacant funded positions, effective immediately:

              Case Supervisor, Grade B, Grade 16, $35,475 - $41,990 ($1,303);
              reimbursement at 50% federal, 37.5% state and 12.5% local cost;

              Clerk, Grade 5, $21,923 - $25,768 ($769); reimbursement at 35%
              federal, 18% state and 17% local cost;

and be it further

        RESOLVED, that the Commissioner of Social Services is hereby approved to hire
the following, effective immediately:

              One (1) temporary hire Account Clerk-Typist, Grade 7,
              $23,880 - $28,095 ($843), to work up to three months
              in the Child Support Office; reimbursement at 63% federal;
              16% state and 21% local cost;

and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the funding for these positions is included in the 2010 Social
Services Administration Budget (6010-A) at line 1000 Personal Service.

       Seconded, Stayton. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.
                          RESOLUTION NO. 171-20100407

           RESOLUTION - SUPPORTING COMPENSATING LOCAL SOIL
           AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICTS FOR RESPONDING
                LOCALLY TO THE GAS EXPLORATION ISSUES

                     FOURNIER, MCCARTY, POWERS, MURPHY

       WHEREAS, the Southern Tier region of New York State may begin experiencing an
increase in gas exploration once the draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact
Statement (SGEIS) is completed by the New York State Department of Environmental
Conservation; and

        WHEREAS, there will be a need for monitoring and mitigation expertise at the local
level to respond to citizen complaints; and

      WHEREAS, the local Soil and Water Conservation Districts historically have been
the contact locally for landowners and commercial agricultural producers; and

        WHEREAS, the local Soil and Water Conservation Districts have the necessary
knowledge and expertise to monitor and inspect potential environmental issues in regards
to Natural Gas exploration (including well paid development and associated pipeline
activities); and

       WHEREAS, the local Soil and Water Conservation Districts have already in the past
been involved in the field with pipeline complaints and mediation as well as erosion and
sediment control review and have been compensated from the New York State Department
of Environmental Conservation for their time; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Otsego County Board of Representatives supports the New
York State Association of Conservation Districts and the New York State Employees’
Association in pursuing talks and beginning negotiating with the New York State
Department of Agriculture and Markets and the New York State Department of
Environmental Conservation to compensate the local Soil and Water Conservation Districts
for responding locally to this new economic potential in New York State.

      Seconded, Relic. Oral vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.

       Representative Relic moved to suspend the rules and act upon late Resolution Nos.
172 - 175. Seconded, Stayton. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Motion carried.


                          RESOLUTION NO. 172-20100407

          RESOLUTION – CLASSIFYING THE ACTIONS AND APPROVING
            SEQR NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE EMERGENCY
             SERVICES TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM PROJECT
         (TOWER REPLACEMENT AT CORNISH HILL AND NOAH’S RUMP)
                     RELIC, POWERS, CLARK, ROTHENBERGER

      WHEREAS, Otsego County                  is   upgrading     its   emergency       services
telecommunications system; and

       WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 107-20100203, Otsego County declared itself as
Lead Agency for the SEQR review in accordance with the requirements of Part 617 of Title
6 of the New York Code of Rules and Regulations of the State of New York; and

       WHEREAS, presently there are two projects underway that come under SEQR
regulations; namely,

       1. Cornish Hill – involves the replacement of a 190 foot guyed Rohn 55g
       tower at the Cornish Hill tower site with a 190 foot steel lattice self-supporting
       tower, and the replacement of the existing equipment shelter with a 12’ x 31’
       structure; and

       2. Noah’s Rump - involves the replacement of a 150 foot guyed Rohn 80
       tower at the Noah’s Rump tower site with a 180 foot steel lattice self-
       supporting tower, and the replacement of the existing equipment shelter with
       a 12’ x 31’ structure; and

       WHEREAS, it is the responsibility of the County, as Lead Agency for these proposed
projects, to make a determination of significance pursuant to Part 617 of the implementing
regulations per Article 8 (State Environmental Quality Review Act) of the Environmental
Conservation Law; and

       WHEREAS, the County has heretofore completed a full Environmental Assessment
form (EAF) for the proposed actions, and all the factors that may have a substantial impact
have been considered and reviewed; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that Otsego County has classified the following actions under SEQR
as:

                                    Cornish Hill - unlisted
                                    Noah’s Rump – unlisted

and be it further

        RESOLVED, that Otsego County, acting through the Board of Representatives, as
the Lead Agency pursuant to the State Environmental Quality Review Act, after reviewing
the appropriate environmental assessment statements and additional investigations
completed, determines that the Emergency Services Telecommunications System project,
namely, the Cornish Hill tower replacement and the Noah’s Rump tower replacement as
described above, will not result in any significant adverse environmental impact; and be it
further

      RESOLVED, that the Chairman of this Board is hereby authorized and directed to
sign and submit a Negative Declaration and to file the same as prescribed by law; the
Negative Declaration being in form as filed with the Clerk of the Board.
       Seconded, Fournier. Oral vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 173-20100407

            RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING AGREEMENT WITH ERNST &
             YOUNG FOR CONSULTING SERVICES IN CONSIDERING
               PRESENT AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICAL BENEFITS
                       PROGRAMS FOR THE COUNTY

                           JOHNSON, SCHWERD, MURPHY

       WHEREAS, the County of Otsego desires to contract with Ernst & Young, LLP for
the purpose of performing certain services in relation to a review, analysis and consultation
regarding employee benefits of the County; and

       WHEREAS, the Ernst & Young, LLP is willing to perform such services; said
services being professional in nature and not requiring public bidding; now, therefore, be it

        RESOLVED, that the Chairman of the Board of Representatives is authorized to
execute a contract with Ernst and Young, LLP, 1285 Avenue of the Americas, New York,
New York 10019, to provide consultant services regarding existing and alternative medical
benefits programs for the County, at such times and in such manner as previously
approved in writing by the Treasurer, to be at a cost not to exceed $49,500.00; the contract
to provide for services to be rendered from April 8, 2010 to December 31, 2010 and at the
billed rates of:

                     Senior Consultant/Actuary           $550 per hour
                     Benefit Consultant                  $390 per hour
                     Staff Technician                    $230 per hour;

the contract to contain such other terms and conditions as deemed in the best interests of
the County; and be it further

     RESOLVED, that the funds for this contract are included in the 2010 General
Government Support Budget (1989-A) at line 4900 Contracts.

       Seconded, Lindberg. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.


                           RESOLUTION NO. 174-20100407

                RESOLUTION – AUTHORIZING FILLING OF POSITION
                     IN CHEMICAL DEPENDENCIES CLINIC

                     POWERS, STAYTON, MCCARTY, ROWINSKI

       WHEREAS, Resolution No. 242-20091021 froze the filling of current vacant
employment positions, funded or unfunded, and filling of other previously created positions
as yet unfilled without the formal approval of the Parent Committee and a County Board
Resolution; and
         WHEREAS, the Health and Education Committee of this Board has approved the
filling of a certain position at the Chemical Dependencies Clinic, as set forth below; now,
therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the Director of Community Services is hereby approved to fill the
following vacant funded position, effective immediately:

                       Keyboard Specialist, part-time, Grade 5,
                    $12.2950 per hour - $14.4444 per hour ($.4299)

and be it further

      RESOLVED, that the funding for this position is included in the 2010 Alcoholism
Budget (4250-A) at line 1000 Personal Service and consists of 100% funding from the
Adolescent Treatment Grant.

       Seconded, Fournier. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 6,167. Adopted.



                              RESOLUTION NO. 175-20104007

                       RESOLUTION – TRANSFERRING FUNDS
                      IN VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS (2009 & 2010)

                              JOHNSON, SCHWERD, MURPHY

      WHEREAS, it appears that it will require funds to complete the years 2009 and
2010 in certain items of the Otsego County Budget; and

      WHEREAS, there are unexpended balances in other items of the 2009 and 2010
budgets; now, therefore, be it

       RESOLVED, that the following transfers be and the same are hereby authorized,
and the 2009 and 2010 budgets be and they are hereby amended accordingly, pursuant to
Section 363 of the County Law:

                                                  ACCOUNT              ACCOUNT
                    DEPARTMENT                     NAME                 CODE          AMOUNT

                                   2009 BUDGET TRANSFERS

 A- GENERAL FUND

 FROM:        Board of Reps              Personal Service            1010-1000-A        -525.63
 FROM:        Board of Reps              Contracts                   1010-4900-A      -2,913.36
 TO:          Board of Reps              Mileage                     1010-4005-A       3,438.99

 FROM:        Surrogate Court            Telephone                   1145-4100-A         -86.50
 TO:          Jury Comm/Sup & Co Crt     Telephone                   1155-4100-A          86.50
FROM:   District Attorney             IT Equipment/Hardware     1165-2335-A    -1,250.00
FROM:   District Attorney             Mileage                   1165-4005-A      -418.35
FROM:   District Attorney             Telephone                 1165-4100-A      -589.46
FROM:   District Attorney             Postage & UPS             1165-4400-A       -51.98
FROM:   District Attorney             It Materials & Supplies   1165-4535-A      -366.00
FROM:   District Attorney             Subscriptions/Dues        1165-4650-A       -80.00
FROM:   District Atty-Aid to Prosec   Mileage                   1166-4005-A       -93.77
FROM:   Contingent                    Other                     1990-4800-A    -9,158.47
TO:     District Attorney             Personal Service          1165-1000-A     7,717.71
TO:     District Attorney             Materials & Supplies      1165-4500-A       394.36
TO:     District Attorney             P.S.O.T.                  1165-4700-A     3,754.61
TO:     District Attorney             Grand Jury Sten/Trans     1165-4716-A        11.99
TO:     Dist Atty-Aid to Prosec       Personal Service          1166-1000-A       129.36

FROM:   Public Defender-ILS Fund      Training                  1171-4050-A   -29,860.97
TO:     Public Defender               Personal Service          1170-1000-A     1,190.20
TO:     Public Defender               Materials & Supplies      1170-4500-A        54.39
TO:     Public Defender               Assigned Counsel          1170-4755-A    22,805.76
TO:     Public Defender               Court Experts             1170-4758-A     2,060.62
TO:     Public Defender               Contracts                 1170-4900-A     3,750.00

FROM:   Coroners & Med Examiner       Mileage                   1185-4005-A       -70.00
TO:     Coroners & Med Examiner       Personal Service          1185-1000-A        70.00

FROM:   County Auditor                Materials & Supplies      1320-4500-A     -703.44
TO:     County Auditor                Personal Service          1320-1000-A      703.44

FROM:   County Treasurer              Materials & Supplies      1325-4500-A    -1,634.39
TO:     County Treasurer              Mileage                   1325-4005-A        53.35
TO:     County Treasurer              Postage & UPS             1325-4400-A       106.04
TO:     County Treasurer              IT Materials & Supplies   1325-4535-A     1,475.00

FROM:   Real Property Tax Svcs        Materials & Supplies      1355-4500-A    -2,156.93
TO:     Real Property Tax Svcs        Postage & UPS             1355-4400-A        23.93
TO:     Real Property Tax Svcs        IT Materials & Supplies   1355-4535-A     1,753.00
TO:     Real Property Tax Svcs        MIS Charges               1355-4850-A       380.00

FROM:   Personnel                     Advertising               1430-4810-A    -2,293.32
TO:     Personnel                     Personal Service          1430-1000-A     1,343.32
TO:     Personnel                     IT Mat & Supplies         1430-4535-A       950.00

FROM:   Board of Elections            Materials & Supplies      1450-4500-A    -7,081.97
TO:     Board of Elections            Personal Service          1450-1000-A     6,932.97
TO:     Board of Elections            IT Mat & Supplies         1450-4535-A       149.00

FROM:   Cooperstown Office Bldg       Heat & Lights             1625-4150-A    -1,290.97
TO:     Cooperstown Office Bldg       IT Mat & Supplies         1625-4535-A       267.00
TO:     Cooperstown Office Bldg       Other                     1625-4800-A     1,023.97

FROM:   Annex Building                Water & Sewer             1626-4565-A     -952.80
TO:     Annex Building                Heat & Lights             1626-4150-A      952.80

FROM:   Cooperstown Office Bldg       Personal Service          1625-1000-A   -21,848.15
TO:     Public Safety Building     Heat & Lights              1629-4150-A    21,848.15

FROM:   Meadows Building           Other                      1630-4800-A    -1,437.30
TO:     Meadows Building           Heat & Lights              1630-4150-A     1,005.64
TO:     Meadows Building           Vehicle Repair             1630-4515-A       431.66

FROM:   Cooperstown Office Bldg    COB-Sidewalk               1625-2515-A   -44,240.74
TO:     Otsego Manor Building      Equipment                  1631-2000-A     9,412.00
TO:     Otsego Manor Building      Materials & Supplies       1631-4500-A    27,978.58
TO:     Otsego Manor Building      Mtc & Repair Parts         1631-4562-A       691.76
TO:     Otsego Manor Building      Other                      1631-4800-A     6,158.40

FROM:   Board of Reps              IT Materials & Supplies    1010-4535-A    -1,971.00
FROM:   Board of Reps              Materials & Supplies       1010-4500-A      -220.50
FROM:   Coroners & Med Examiner    Mileage                    1185-4005-A      -383.37
FROM:   Coroners & Med Examiner    Materials & Supplies       1185-4500-A      -429.62
FROM:   Coroners & Med Examiner    Autopsy & Coroner Exp      1185-4711A    -11,431.40
FROM:   Central Mailing            Personal Service           1670-1000-A    -2,015.74
TO:     Central Telephone System   Telephone                  1650-4100-A     2,730.04
TO:     Central Mailing            Postage & UPS              1670-4400-A    13,721.59

FROM:   MIS                        Personal Service           1680-1000-A    -8,505.58
                                   Internet, Email & Conn
FROM:   MIS                        Svcs                       1680-4642-A   -10,361.66
TO:     MIS                        Hardware Maintenance       1680-4640-A        68.84
TO:     MIS                        Contracts                  1680-4900-A        88.25
TO:     MIS-Purchasing             IT Mats & Supplies-Depts   1681-4535-A    10,817.16
TO:     MIS-Purchasing             IT Copier Lease-Depts      1681-4635-A     4,463.82
TO:     MIS-Purchasing             IT Other/Software-Depts    1681-4835-A     3,429.17

FROM:   Unallocated Ins            Municipal Ins Expense      1910-4660-A       -39.03
TO:     Unallocated Ins            Personal Service           1910-1000-A        39.03

FROM:   County Treasurer           Telephone                  1325-4100-A      -637.50
TO:     General Govt Support       Contracts                  1989-4900-A       637.50

FROM:   County Treasurer           Personal Service           1325-1000-A   -25,189.44
FROM:   Tax Advertising & Exp      Other                      1362-4800-A   -12,904.53
FROM:   Contingent                 Other                      1990-4800-A   -88,341.13
TO:     Community College          Other                      2490-4800-A   126,435.10

FROM:   CWSN-Ed                    Transportation (3-5)       2960-4802-A   -18,209.08
TO:     CWSN-Ed                    CPSE Admin Chg (3-5)       2960-4804-A    11,497.70
TO:     Early Intervention         Postage & UPS              4059-4400-A        80.43
TO:     Early Intervention         IT Mat & Supplies          4059-4535-A     3,599.00
TO:     DOH-CWSN                   Personal Service           4060-1000-A     3,031.95

FROM:   Public Safety Comm         Labor & Repairs            3020-4811-A    -5,680.51
TO:     Public Safety Comm         Telephone                  3020-4100-A     5,664.72
TO:     Public Safety Comm         Vehicle Repair             3020-4515-A        15.79

FROM:   Sheriff                    Homeland Security Grant    3110-4810-A   -17,968.61
TO:     Sheriff                    Personal Service           3110-1000-A    11,443.31
TO:     Sheriff                 Vehicle Expense               3110-4515-A    2,012.22
TO:     Sheriff                 Fuel                          3110-4560-A    4,513.08

FROM:   Probation               Mileage                       3140-4005-A     -416.63
TO:     Probation               Postage & UPS                 3140-4400-A      416.63

FROM:   Sheriff                 Homeland Security Grant       3110-4810-A     -5401.56
FROM:   Jail                    Personal Service              3150-1000-A   -18,489.38
FROM:   Jail                    Materials & Supplies          3150-4500-A    -8,809.63
FROM:   Jail                    IT Materials & Supplies       3150-4535-A    -1,853.00
TO:     Jail                    Food                          3150-4525-A    10,481.06
TO:     Jail                    Other                         3150-4800-A     3,676.52
TO:     Jail                    Medical Expenses              3150-4895-A     8,864.49
TO:     Jail                    Contracts                     3150-4900-A    11,531.50

FROM:   ATI                     Other                         3157-4800-A       -30.86
TO:     ATI                     Personal Service              3157-1000-A        30.86

FROM:   Stop DWI                Materials & Supplies          3315-4500-A    -1,243.00
FROM:   Stop DWI                Other                         3315-4800-A    -3,000.00
TO:     Stop DWI                IT Mat & Supplies             3315-4535-A     4,243.00

FROM:   Code Enforcement        Fuel                          3620-4560-A     -672.71
TO:     Code Enforcement        Telephone                     3620-4100-A      195.71
TO:     Code Enforcement        IT Materials & Supplies       3620-4535-A      477.00

FROM:   Emergency Services      Materials & Supplies          3641-4500-A    -1,132.00
TO:     Emergency Services      IT Materials & Supplies       3641-4535-A     1,132.00

FROM:   Child Advocacy Center   Other                         3700-4800-A     -151.74
TO:     Child Advocacy Center   Personal Service              3700-1000-A      151.74

FROM:   Department of Health    Mileage                       4010-4005-A     -244.66
TO:     Department of Health    Personal Service              4010-1000-A      244.66

FROM:   Bioterrorism            Mileage                       4040-4005-A     -159.15
TO:     Bioterrorism            Personal Service              4040-1000-A      159.15

FROM:   Public Health Nurses    Lodging, meals, tolls, etc.   4072-4010-A    -2,025.05
FROM:   Public Health Nurses    Telephone                     4072-4100-A    -3,449.64
FROM:   Public Health Nurses    Postage & UPS                 4072-4400-A      -560.47
TO:     Public Health Nurses    Personal Service              4072-1000-A     5,991.20
TO:     Public Health Nurses    Mileage                       4072-4005-A        15.83
TO:     Public Health Nurses    Other                         4072-4800-A        28.13

FROM:   Mental Health           MH Consultant                 4310-4880-A    -1,822.01
TO:     Mental Health           Telephone                     4310-4100-A       312.01
TO:     Mental Health           IT Materials & Supplies       4310-4535-A     1,510.00

FROM:   RIV Mon & Eval          Telephone                     4311-4100-A     -131.82
TO:     RIV Mon & Eval          Personal Service              4311-1000-A      131.82

FROM:   Intensive Case Mgmt     Mileage                       4315-4005-A     -565.00
TO:       Intensive Case Mgmt         Personal Service              4315-1000-A       494.29
TO:       Intensive Case Mgmt         Telephone                     4315-4100-A        70.71

FROM:     Public Transportation Svc   Service Equipment             5630-2000-A    -10,054.50
TO:       Public Transportation Svc   Bus Expense-Other             5630-4810-A      9,960.00
TO:       Public Transportation Svc   Bus Advertising               5630-4813-A         94.50

FROM:     Social Services Admin       Personal Service              6010-1000-A   -424,348.11
TO:       Social Services Admin       Mileage                       6010-4005-A      4,374.80
TO:       Social Services Admin       Lodging, meals, tolls, etc.   6010-4010-A        380.30
TO:       Social Services Admin       Postage & UPS                 6010-4400-A      6,456.10
TO:       Social Services Admin       Food Stamps/Job Search        6010-4648-A         30.66
TO:       Social Services Admin       Contracts                     6010-4900-A    209,702.41
TO:       DSS Records Mgmt            Personal Service              6011-1000-A        266.77
TO:       DSS-Purchase of Svcs        Purchase of Service           6070-4731-A     24,155.68
TO:       DSS-Medical Assistance      Contracts                     6101-4900-A     91,456.04
          DSS-State Training          State Training School
TO:       Schools                     Arrears                       6129-4747-A    10,548.55
TO:       DSS-Safety Net              Safety Net                    6140-4738-A    76,083.53
TO:       DSS-Emerg Aid to Adults     Emergency Aid to Adults       6142.4740-A       893.27

FROM:     DSS-Foster Care             Foster Care                   6119-4735-A   -597,955.07
TO:       DSS-Family Assistance       Family Assistance             6109-4734-A    597,955.07

FROM:     Tourism Matching Funds      I Love NY Adv                 6412-4831-A    -13,932.42
TO:       Publicity                   Contracts                     6410-4900-A     12,500.00
TO:       Tourism Admin               Personal Service              6411-1000-A      1,432.42

FROM:     County Sealer               Personal Service              6610-1000-A       -223.31
TO:       County Sealer               Vehicle Repair                6610-4515-A         16.03
TO:       County Sealer               Fuel                          6610-4560-A        207.28

FROM:     Planning                    Personal Service              8020-1000-A    -17,245.28
TO:       Planning                    Vehicle Repair                8020-4515-A         25.78
TO:       Planning                    Contracts                     8020-4900-A     17,219.50
                                      Farmland Protection Imp
FROM:     Planning                    Grant                         8020-4901-A    -11,547.88
TO:       Solid Waste & Recycl Prog   Personal Service              8160-1000-A      1,321.00
TO:       Solid Waste & Recycl Prog   Tipping Fee Subsidy           8160-4901-A     10,226.88

FROM:     Employee Benefits           Retirement                    9010-8000-A   -84,491.13
FROM:     Employee Benefits           Social Security               9030-8000-A   -18,361.32
TO:       Employee Benefits           Health Ins.-Otsego Co         9060-8000-A   102,400.33
TO:       Employee Benefits           Flexible Spending             9089-8000-A       452.12

FROM:     Employee Benefits           Unemployment Ins              9050-8000-A       -498.83
FROM:     Debt Service                Installment Pur-Princ         9785-6700-A          -.52
FROM:     Debt Service                Installment Pur-Interest      9785-7700-A          -.84
TO:       Debt Service                Contracts                     9710-4900-A        500.00
TO:       Debt Service                Serial bonds-Interest         9710-7700-A          0.19


CD – SPECIAL GRANT FUND
FROM:      WIA Admin                Salaries                      6290-1000-CD   -133,921.13
FROM:      WIA Admin                Contractual                   6293-4000-CD       -415.45
FROM:      TANF Program             Salaries                      6294-1000-CD     -9,698.24
FROM:      TANF Program             Contr-TANF                    6294-4000-CD       -717.77
FROM:      Employee Benefits        Retirement                    9010-8000-CD    -16,897.00
FROM:      Employee Benefits        Social Security               9030-8000-CD    -17,855.00
FROM:      Employee Benefits        Workers Comp                  9040-8000-CD       -881.00
FROM:      Employee Benefits        Health Ins-Otsego Co          9060-8000-CD    -50,037.82
TO:        WIA Admin                Fringe Benefits               6290-8000-CD      4,637.41
TO:        WIA Program              Salaries                      6293-1000-CD    159,557.53
TO:        WIA Program              Fringe Benefits               6293-8000-CD     55,812.46
TO:        TANF Program             Fringe Benefits               6294-8000-CD     10,416.01


D - COUNTY ROAD FUND

FROM:      Highway Maintenance      IT Equipment/Hardware         5010-2335-D      -1,091.53
FROM:      Highway Maintenance      Lodging, Meals, Tolls, Etc.   5010-4010-D      -1,100.00
FROM:      Highway Maintenance      Materials & Supplies          5010-4500-D      -1,100.00
FROM:      Highway Maintenance      Legal Services                5010-4750-D      -2,000.00
TO:        Highway Admin            Personal Service              5010-1000-D         810.13
TO:        Highway Admin            Telephone                     5010-4100-D         392.11
TO:        Highway Admin            Heat & Lights                 5010-4150-D       2,520.05
TO:        Highway Admin            IT Materials & Supplies       5010-4535-D         598.00
TO:        Highway Admin            Village Water & Sewer         5010-4565-D         971.24

FROM:      Highway Maintenance      Personal Service              5110-1000-D     -29,288.60
FROM:      Employee Benefits        Retirement                    9010-8000-D      -5,344.00
FROM:      Employee Benefits        Social Security               9030-8000-D     -22,334.18
FROM:      Employee Benefits        Flexible Spending             9089-8000-D        -100.00
TO:        Employee Benefits        Unemployment Ins              9050-8000-D         434.24
TO:        Employee Benefits        Health Ins-Otsego Co          9060-8000-D      56,632.54


DM – MACHINERY FUND

FROM:      Machinery                Fuel                          5130-4560-DM    -20,662.03
TO:        Machinery                Parts                         5130-4540-DM     18,986.03
TO:        Machinery                Retirement                    9010-8000-DM      1,676.00


E – ENTERPRISE FUND

FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   Equipment                     6020-2000-E     -25,824.63
FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   IT Equipment/Hardware         6020-2335-E      -8,875.00
FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   Lodging, Meals, Tolls, Etc.   6020-4010-E      -2,341.13
FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   Telephone                     6020-4100-E      -8,845.56
FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   Heat & Lights                 6020-4150-E     -11,028.47
FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   Postage & UPS                 6020-4400-E        -825.85
FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   Materials & Supplies          6020-4500-E     -45,190.71
FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   Vehicle Repair                6020-4515-E         -45.36
FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   Fuel                          6020-4560-E        -874.95
FROM:      Infirmary - Enterprise   Equipment Rental              6020-4600-E        -414.99
                                           Software, SW Mtc &
FROM:       Infirmary - Enterprise         Upgrade                       6020-4645-E     -44,850.01
FROM:       Infirmary - Enterprise         Subscriptions/Dues            6020-4650-E        -237.03
FROM:       Infirmary - Enterprise         Activity Program              6020-4670-E        -684.23
FROM:       Infirmary - Enterprise         Other                         6020-4800-E     -48,963.33
FROM:       Infirmary - Enterprise         Building Repairs              6020-4820-E     -38,391.16
FROM:       Infirmary - Enterprise         Consultants                   6020-4880-E     -54,335.00
FROM:       Infirmary - Enterprise         Building Mtc Contract         6020-4920-E     -22,993.58
FROM:       Employee Benefits              Retirement                    9010-8000-E     -65,045.00
FROM:       Employee Benefits              Social Security               9030-8000-E     -28,105.79
FROM:       Employee Benefits              Hlth Ins-Otsego Co            9060-8000-E    -556,131.98
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Personal Service              6020-1000-E     487,558.44
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Mileage                       6020-4005-E       1,878.52
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Food                          6020-4525-E       2,023.45
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         IT Materials & Supplies       6020-4535-E       2,469.00
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Co Cost Allocation            6020-4885-E     384,648.00
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Medical Expenses              6020-4895-E       5,507.64
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Contracts                     6020-4900-E       2,588.31
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Hlth Care Assessment Tax      6020-4950-E       8,599.00
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Long Term Care                6020-4955-E      41,137.89
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Unemployment Ins              9050-8000-E      27,509.65
TO:         Infirmary - Enterprise         Flexible Spending             9089-8000-E          83.86


S – WORKERS COMP FUND

FROM:       Workers Comp                   Physicals                     1710-4000-S      -6,530.00
FROM:       Workers Comp                   Investigative Services        1710-4001-S        -386.50
FROM:       Workers Comp                   Telephone                     1710-4100-S        -151.91
FROM:       Workers Comp                   Materials & Supplies          1710-4500-S        -400.00
FROM:       Workers Comp                   Workers Comp Reimb            1710-4705-S     -52,112.62
TO:         Workers Comp                   Personal Service              1710-1000-S         766.99
TO:         Workers Comp                   Mileage                       1710-4005-S         174.60
TO:         Workers Comp                   Postage & UPS                 1710-4400-S          19.89
TO:         Workers Comp                   Workers Comp Payments         1720-4706-S      58,604.91
TO:         Employee Benefits              Social Security               9030-8000-S          14.64



                                     2009 BUDGET MODIFICATIONS

CG – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND

INCREASE:   Community Develop Income       Comm Dev Loan Repay           0000-2170-CG     8,824.00
INCREASE:   Community Develop Income       Micro Enterprise Loan Repay   0000-2171-CG    71,500.00
INCREASE:   Micro-Enterprise Grant         Micro Enterprise Grant        8673-4800-CG    71,500.00
INCREASE:   Revolving Loans                Revolving Loans               8695-4900-CG     8,824.00



S – WORKERS COMP FUND

INCREASE:   Workers Comp                   Appropriated Fund Balance      0000-0599-S    49,538.57
INCREASE:   Workers Comp                   Workers Comp Payments          1720-4706-S    49,538.57
                                  2010 BUDGET TRANSFERS

A – GENERAL FUND

FROM:     Stop DWI                     Other                          3315-4800-A       -30.18
TO:       Stop DWI                     Telephone                      3315-4100-A        30.18

FROM:     Contingent                   Other                          1990-4800-A   -28,000.00
TO:       Code Enforcement             Personal Service               3620-1000-A    28,000.00

FROM:     Social Services Admin        Materials & Supplies           6010-4500-A    -1,800.00
TO:       Social Services Admin        DSS Internet Charges           6010-4852-A     1,800.00

FROM:     General Gov't Support        County Wide Training           1989-4050-A   -26,755.00
TO:       Board of Reps                Mileage                        1010-4005-A       400.00
TO:       Board of Reps                Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   1010-4010-A       500.00
TO:       Board of Reps                Training                       1010-4050-A       600.00
TO:       Public Defender - ILS Fund   Mileage                        1171-4005-A       300.00
TO:       Public Defender - ILS Fund   Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   1171-4010-A       700.00
TO:       Public Defender - ILS Fund   Training                       1171-4050-A       450.00
TO:       Coroners                     Mileage                        1185-4005-A       300.00
TO:       Coroners                     Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   1185-4010-A       700.00
TO:       Coroners                     Training                       1185-4050-A       450.00
TO:       County Treasurer             Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   1325-4010-A       560.00
TO:       County Treasurer             Training                       1325-4050-A       625.00
TO:       RPTS                         Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   1355-4010-A       900.00
TO:       RPTS                         Training                       1355-4050-A       400.00
TO:       County Clerk                 Mileage                        1410-4005-A       584.00
TO:       County Clerk                 Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   1410-4010-A       815.00
TO:       Personnel                    Mileage                        1430-4005-A       206.00
TO:       Personnel                    Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   1430-4010-A     1,065.00
TO:       Personnel                    Training                       1430-4050-A       300.00
TO:       Board of Elections           Mileage                        1450-4005-A       320.00
TO:       Board of Elections           Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   1450-4010-A       535.00
TO:       Board of Elections           Training                       1450-4050-A       110.00
TO:       Public Safety Comm           Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   3020-4010-A       584.00
TO:       E911                         Mileage                        3026-4005-A       200.00
TO:       E911                         Training                       3026-4050-A     6,530.00
TO:       Sheriff                      Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   3110-4010-A       859.00
TO:       Sheriff                      Training                       3110-4050-A       399.00
TO:       Emergency Services           Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   3641-4010-A     1,000.00
TO:       Department of Health         Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   4010-4010-A       250.00
TO:       Department of Health         Training                       4010-4050-A       275.00
TO:       Early Intervention           Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   4059-4010-A       217.00
TO:       Early Intervention           Training                       4059-4050-A       377.00
TO:       DOH-CWSN 3-5 Admin           Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   4060-4010-A       135.00
TO:       Public Health Nursing        Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   4072-4010-A       225.00
TO:       Public Health Nursing        Training                       4072-4050-A       150.00
TO:       Alcohol & Subst Abuse        Training                       4250-4050-A     2,000.00
TO:       Mental Health                Training                       4310-4050-A     1,760.00
TO:       Intensive Case Mngmnt        Training                       4315-4050-A       800.00
TO:       Planning                     Training                       8020-4050-A       174.00
D - COUNTY ROAD FUND

FROM:       Highway Admin                 Mileage                         5010-4005-D      -246.00
FROM:       Highway Admin                 Materials & Supplies            5010-4500-D       -39.00
TO:         Highway Admin                 Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.    5010-4010-D       200.00
TO:         Highway Admin                 Training                        5010-4050-D        85.00


E – ENTERPRISE FUND

FROM:       County Infirmary              Other                           6020-4800-E    -3,760.00
TO:         County Infirmary              Mileage                         6020-4005-E       300.00
TO:         County Infirmary              Training                        6020-4050-E     3,460.00



                                  2010 BUDGET MODIFICATIONS

A – GENERAL FUND

INCREASE:   St Aid-Home & Comm Svcs       Greater Catskills Flood Grant   0000-3916-A    44,025.54
INCREASE:   Emergency Services            Greater Catskills Flood Grant   3641-4821-A    44,025.54

INCREASE:   Federal Aid-Public Safety     Homeland Security               0000-4310-A    42,902.96
INCREASE:   OES-Homeland Security         Homeland Security 2007          3642-4809-A    42,902.96

INCREASE:   State Aid-Public Health       Public Health                   0000-3401-A     2,700.00
INCREASE:   Department of Health          Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.    4010-4010-A       750.00
INCREASE:   Department of Health          Training                        4010-4050-A       825.00
INCREASE:   Public Health Nursing         Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.    4072-4010-A       675.00
INCREASE:   Public Health Nursing         Training                        4072-4050-A       450.00

INCREASE:   State Aid-Public Health       Bioterrorism                    0000-4409-A     1,500.00
INCREASE:   Bioterrorism                  Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.    4040-4010-A       500.00
INCREASE:   Bioterrorism                  Training                        4040-4050-A     1,000.00

INCREASE:   State Aid-Public Health       EI/DOH Art 6 (0-3)              0000-3448-A      166.00
INCREASE:   Federal Aid-Public Health     Early Intervention              0000-4451-A      170.00
INCREASE:   Early Intervention            Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.    4059-4010-A      293.00
INCREASE:   Early Intervention            Training                        4059-4050-A       43.00

INCREASE:   Federal Aid-Education         3-5 Spec Ed Service             0000-4277-A     1,365.00
INCREASE:   DOH-CWSN 3-5 Admin            Training                        4060-4050-A     1,365.00

INCREASE:   Federal Aid-Public Health     CSHCN Grant                     0000-4412-A      300.00
INCREASE:   CSCHN                         Training                        4061-4050-A      300.00

INCREASE:   Federal Aid-Social Services   Social Services Admin           0000-4610-A   194,922.00
INCREASE:   Social Services Admin         Contracts                       6010-4900-A   194,922.00

INCREASE:   State Aid-Social Services     Social Services Admin           0000-3610-A    21,132.50
INCREASE:   Federal Aid-Social Services   Social Services Admin           0000-4610-A    21,132.50
 INCREASE:   DSS-Admin                     Lodging, Meals, Tolls & Etc.   6010-4010-A    33,239.00
 INCREASE:   DSS-Admin                     Training                       6010-4050-A     9,026.00

 INCREASE:   Federal Aid-Social Services   Energy Crisis Assistance       0000-4641-A    51,750.00
 INCREASE:   DSS-HEAP                      HEAP                           6141-4739-A    51,750.00



 D – COUNTY ROAD FUND

 INCREASE:   Federal Aid -County Road      Highway-Stimulus               0000-4598-D   352,088.00
 INCREASE:   Road Constr Projects          Highway-Stimulus               5112-2123-D   352,088.00



     Seconded, Fournier. Roll call vote. Total: 6,167; Ayes: 5,292; Noes: 875 – Johnson,
Schwerd. Adopted.

        Under Special Order of the Day, Representative Relic pointed out the importance of
the 2010 Census and the need to count everyone. He said out that while he received
several mailings about the Census, he never received a form to fill out because he has a
post office box. There are concerns that a lot of people may not be counted because of
this practice. Representative Schwerd stated that while some people in her district did not
receive a form, others received two forms.

       All the general business of the Board having been transacted, the Chairman
declared the meeting adjourned until Wednesday, May 5, 2010 at 10:00 a.m.

								
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