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					                    Vestal Town Board
          Regular Board Meeting – August 10, 2011
TOWN OF VESTAL
REGULAR BOARD
MEETING

7:00 PM

TOWN BOARD:
       Supervisor Peter Andreasen
       Councilman Fran Majewski
       Councilwoman Patty Fitzgerald
       Councilman John Schaffer
       Councilman David Marnicki

PRESENT:
             Councilman Fran Majewski
             Councilwoman Patty Fitzgerald
             Councilman John Schaffer
             Councilman David Marnicki

ABSENT: Supervisor Peter Andreasen

ALSO PRESENT:
         Town Attorney David Berger
         Town Engineer Gary Campo
         Town Clerk Emil Bielecki
         1st Deputy Town Clerk Kathie Young
         Past Supervisor Bob Nasiatka
         Past Broome County Legislator Suzanne Messina
         Past Broome County Legislator Barry Klipsch
         Town Crier – Rosemary West
         Press and Sun – Debbie Swartz
                     Other community members

The Supervisor called the Regular Meeting in the Vestal Town Board Room to
order at 7:00 PM, welcomed everyone and asked that all present join in the
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:




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          The Deputy Supervisor Fran Majewski will sit in for Supervisor Andreasen who
          will not be in attendance do to a death in his family. Our sympathies and prayers
          are with him and his family.

          APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Ap-     Motion Councilman Schaffer and seconded by Councilman Marnicki to adopt
prove   the Minutes of the July 27th, 2011 Regular Town Board Meeting.
Minutes
          Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, Marnicki, and Fitzgerald. Nays: None. Absent:
          Andreasen.

          RESOLUTIONS & MOTIONS:

       Aquifer Permit to SUNY Binghamton:
       The Public Hearing for the request for an Aquifer Permit to SUNY
SUNY
       Binghamton was held May 11, 2011, adjourned and reopened on July 27th
Bing-
hamton and closed.
request
for     Negative Declaration of SEQR:
Aquifer R259-11     Motion by Councilman Schaffer and seconded by Councilwoman
Permit Fitzgerald approving the following Negative Declaration of SEQR:

          Concerning proposed Aquifer Permit for SUNY Binghamton at their bus
          facility at 428 Commerce Road, B.C.T.M.P. 142.04-1 for the installation of an
          on-site 3,000 gallon above ground diesel storage tank.
Neg.      The Town Board of the Town of Vestal hereby finds and determines that:
Dec. of
SEQR
          (a) it has considered the action, reviewed the environmental assessment form,
          reviewed the criteria set forth in 6 NYCRR section 617.7(c), thoroughly analyzed
          the relevant areas of potential environmental concern, and has duly considered
          all of the potential environmental impacts and their magnitude in connection
          with the proposed project




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(b) This project will not result in any large and important environmental impacts,
and, therefore, is one, which will not have a significant impact on the
environment, and, therefore, a negative declaration is hereby adopted.

Councilman Marnicki does not feel that they need to have this. This is on our
aquifer. He will be voting no.

Councilman Schaffer - They made a lot of modifications. If they put the sealer
on and the concrete pad it will be safer. They own the building. He has no
problems with this.

Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, and Fitzgerald. Nays: Marnicki. Absent: Andreasen.
                                                                                     Ap-
Vote On Motion - Aquifer Permit to SUNY Binghamton - OCC                             prove
Transportation Facility –                                                            Aquifer
R260-11       Motion by Councilman Schaffer and seconded by Councilwoman             Permit
Fitzgerald to grant an Aquifer Permit to SUNY Binghamton - OCC                       to
                                                                                     SUNY
Transportation Facility, at their bus facility located at 428 Commerce Road          Bing-
B.C.T.M.P. 142.04-1-20, for the installation of an on-site 3,000 gallon,             hamton
aboveground diesel storage tank.

Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, and Fitzgerald. Nays: Marnicki. Absent: Andreasen.

Appoint Gloria J. Meade as Assistant Dog Control Officer:                            Gloria
R261-11      Motion Councilwoman Fitzgerald and seconded by Councilman               Meade
Marnicki authorizing the appointment of Gloria J. Meade as Assistant Dog             – Asst.
Control Officer at the rate of $30.00 per call, effective immediately. A Town        Dog
vehicle, whenever available, will used for responding to the calls.                  Control
                                                                                     Officer
Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, Marnicki, and Fitzgerald. Nays: None. Absent:
Andreasen.
                                                                                     Con-
Contract with Industrial Hearing Testing:                                            tract for
R262-11       Motion by Councilman Marnicki and seconded by Councilwoman             Hear-
Fitzgerald to enter into a contract with Industrial Hearing Testing, 19              ing
                                                                                     Tests –
Midstate Drive, Suite 220, Auburn, MA 01501 in accordance with                       Cont.




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            correspondence from them dated June 1, 2011. To pay for these services the
            Comptroller will transfer the necessary finds from the workers compensation
Con-
            line in affected departments to the professional services line in the affected
tract for
Hear-       departments.
ing
Tests –     Councilman Marnicki - This is done to conform to federal and state regulations
Cont.       to get a base line hearing test.

            Councilwoman Fitzgerald – it also helps with our insurance.

            Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, Marnicki, and Fitzgerald. Nays: None. Absent:
            Andreasen.

            Prepare Bid Package and Advertise for Modular Office Buildings:
            R263-11      Motion by Councilman Marnicki and seconded by Councilman
Prepare
Bid         Schaffer authorizing Councilman Marnicki and Code Enforcement Officer Mark
Pack-       Dedrick to prepare a bid package for Modular Office Buildings and for the
age –       Town Attorney to advertise for bids on August 24, 2011 to be received and
Adv.        opened in the Town Clerk’s Office at 2 PM on Monday September 12th, 2011 at
For         2:00 PM.
Bids
            Councilman Schaffer would like to make sure that our Town Engineer is
            involved in this also.

            Councilman Marnicki - He will be included.

            Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, Marnicki, and Fitzgerald. Nays: None. Absent:
            Andreasen.
Town
Roads       PRIVILEGE OF THE FLOOR
and
Drilling    Speaker: She is asking that we consider Delta Engineering or someone like them
– cont.     for our Road Protection Program. This will help our infrastructure and safety.
            This will give us a legally defensive position. The paper was incorrect about the
            costs. It is about $8,500. They also offer a template for drafting laws and a
            training program. We may be interested in a model road ordinance with
            remedial and preventative methods of protecting our roads. We need to decide
            what kind of inconvenience we will put up with and need to be prepared.




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         Councilman Majewski – There was an error in the Press and Sun-Bulletin
         concerning the costs of the survey.
Town
Roads
         Speaker: would like our infrastructure protected. We need viable roads and
and      would like a road law passed as well as protection from light and noise. One
Drilling
– cont. issue is that we are not allowed to legislate against one industry. NYS can have
         road laws however. We need to craft a law concerning these types of vehicles.
         He invited everyone to their website www.friendsofvestal.com. We don’t want
         our quality of life to change.

         Speaker: He worked for the Highway Department for many years. We should
         not hire someone to look at our roads. Our employees are more than capable.
         Years ago we only used shale as a base which turns to clay. These trucks will
         destroy our roads. We don’t need to spend the money to have someone else do
         this survey. This Town kept cutting the budget and the roads went to hell and
         they will get worse. We can’t make the drillers pay for roads that aren’t even
         there.

         Councilman Schaffer – He has experience in construction and has had a lot of
         dealings concerning gas drilling. This study will be outdated by the time drilling
         comes. They need to be bonded before they begin and fix the roads before they
         start. We will hold them accountable. Many of our dirt roads are better than our
         paved roads. We need to worry about roads, clean air and water. The bonds will
         stay in place until they leave the state. We can’t make any decisions until the
         State does. We will be prepared.

         Councilman Marnicki - Until we see what the State gives us, we should wait to
         see what we would be required to do.

         Speaker – We should not assume that the gas drilling is coming. Entire nations
         have banned it. It is important to know that. She would also like cash, instead
         of bonds, to be used as collateral.

         Speaker – He is happy that the Board is taking this issue seriously. The only
         people who are in favor are the people who stand to make money.




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           Speaker –She would like more police patrols on Route 26 in the early morning.
           There seems to be many vehicles that are speeding and passing illegally while
           traveling south to Pennsylvania.
Route
26         Speaker – He is concerned that people feel that we should wait before we make a
           decision on drilling and road regulations. He has been studying this. Other
           communities have been more pro active than Vestal. He would like to invite the
           board to his NYRAD meetings. He hopes that these discussions and meetings
Town       strengthen civic involvement. We need intelligent dialogue to make the right
Roads      decisions.
and
Drilling
           Councilman Marnicki: He has been to the NYRAD website. They asked a lot of
– cont.
           questions but did not provide information. He has been to the Chesapeake
           website and thought it was full of information. He would like NYRAD to
           present more information.

           Former Supervisor Bob Nasiatka - He drives our big fire trucks on our country
           roads. When you are driving large vehicles you need to drive in the middle of
           the road. We have an ordinance for loggers. This type of ordinance could be
           adapted to the truckers.

           Speaker – He was at the work session. Our Broome County Legislatures were
           here at the meeting. The meeting should have been opened to the public. It is a
           right to ask them questions not a privilege.

           Deputy Supervisor Fran Majewski pointed out that he is free to contact or speak
           to our Legislators at any time.

           Speaker – Maybe a meeting could be set up with them at the Library or
           something.

           Speaker – He is in favor of the Town hiring someone to go over our roads. It
           would be a worthwhile investment that should be done just before the drilling
           activity is set to start. He has land on Bunn Hill and he will make money, but he
           will pay a lot in taxes. In NYS there is a tax on the gas that is produced. It taxes
           the gas that comes out of our wells and this money is returned to the County,
           Towns, and Schools from where it is taken.



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Seeing or hearing no one wishing to speak the Deputy Supervisor closed the
Privilege of the floor.

                    CONSENT AGENDA                                            Consent
Motion by Councilman Marnicki and seconded by Councilman Schaffer             Agenda
adopting the Consent Agenda as follows:

Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, Marnicki, and Fitzgerald. Nays: None. Absent:
Andreasen.

FINANCE: Majewski/Marnicki
                                                                              War-
Received and File:                                                            rants
                                                                              TC
 Warrant Reports - 2011 – 30 and 31                                          Report
 Town Clerk Monthly Report – July 2011 – Total Local Shares Remitted         Comp.
  $5,667.71                                                                   Report
 Comptroller’s Monthly Report – July 2011
                                                                              R/F Re
 Email from Howard Schwartz and Carol Herz, 4840 Country Club Road           Town
  Dated August 10th, 2011 suggesting that regulations concerning Town Roads   Roads
  be coordinated with Broome County and the other local governments and
  that road conditions be determined by employees of the town and county.

EMPLOYEES: Fitzgerald/Marnicki
                                                                              Re
Reappoint Russell Livermore to the Board of Assessment Review:                Appt.
R264-11    Authorization to re-appoint Russell Livermore to the Board of      Russ
Assessment Review effective October 1, 2011 through September 30, 2016.       Liver-
                                                                              more –
PLANNING & ZONING: Schaffer/Fitzgerald                                        ZBA
Refunds for Sign Fees:
R265-11       Authorization for the Comptroller to issue two refunds in the   Refund
amount of $30.00 each to: Chainis & Andersen Architects, 7th Floor, 84        Sign
Court Street, Binghamton, New York and Genbrook Millwork, 153 Slater          Fees
Road, Greene New York The two $30 fees were collected for applications for




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           the installment of temporary signs at a local construction site. These types of
           signs have since been disallowed by the Town Board.

           PUBLIC SAFETY: Majewski/Schaffer

Fire       Fire Training:
Train-     R266-11     Authorization from the Board of Fire Commissions approving the
ing        following:

           Assistant Chief Doug Rose, Capt. Jon Weber, Lt. Gene Youdas and Lt. Derek
Approv-
al of      Waddell to attend Stabilization University at the Res-Q-Jack Headquarters in
Fire       Elmira, NY on Saturday, September 10th from 9 am – 4 pm.. There is no cost
Mem-       other than sending a Chief Vehicle.
bers
           Approval of Fire Members:
           R267-11      Authorization from the Board of Fire Commissions approving the
           following Fire Applications:
                        Jonathon Cuismano – Company No. 1
                        Janice Foland – Company No, 2
                        Nicolas Deskur – Company No. 1
                        Douglas Rose Jr. – Company No. 1
Lease
for Fred
Singer     Lease for Fred Singer Training Site:
Train-     R268-11      Authorization from the Board of Fire Commissions approving the
ing Site   acceptance of a lease for the Fred Singer Training Site as follows:

           Sayre Fire Department – The lease is for August 27th, 2011 in the amount of
Legal      $100 for site rental.
Services
– Rev.
Fire       Voucher for Legal Services:
Dept.      R269-11     Authorization for the Business Office to pay the voucher in the
By-        amount of $420.00 for the professional services of The Law Offices of Mark
Laws       C. Butler, PLLC, Williamsville, NY for the revision of the Vestal Fire
           Department By-Laws.




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RECREATION: Schaffer/Fitzgerald

Hire Summer Rec Employees:
R270-11      Authorization for the Town Recreation Planner to hire the
following summer employees per her memo dated August 5, 2011.                    Hire
                                                                                 Sum-
                                                                                 mer
                     A7310.1122 Lacrosse Camp Employees                          Rec.
Christopher Cook - Vestal as Lacrosse Camp Coach at pay rate $210.00 salary      Emp.
Joseph Davis –Raquette Lake, NY as Lacrosse Camp Coach at pay rate $210.00
salary
Chris Ilse –Vestal as Lacrosse Camp Coach at pay rate $210.00 salary
Gordon Pollard – Vestal as Lacrosse Camp Director at pay rate $320.00 salary
Martin Reynolds –Vestal as Lacrosse Camp Instructor at pay rate $150.00 salary
Mark Robinson –Johnson City as Lacrosse Camp Instructor at pay rate $150.00
salary
Matt Rocco –Apalachin as Lacrosse Camp Coach at pay rate $125.00 salary
Jeff Rurey –Vestal as Lacrosse Camp Instructor at pay rate $180.00 salary

                  A7310.1121 Co-Ed Soccer Camp Employees
Megan Bonzek –Apalachin, Vestal as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00
salary
Shelby Deskin –Vestal as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00 salary
Meghan Farrell –Vestal as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00 salary
Ann Kuchera –Apalachin as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00 salary
Ellen Rogan – Vestal as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00 salary
Sam Rogan –Vestal as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00 salary
Samuel Scelsi - Vestal as Assistant Soccer Coach at pay rate $450.00 salary
Heidi Stahl –Vestal as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00 salary
Katie Trivisonno –NV as Soccer Camp Assistant Dir. at pay rate $450.00 salary
Danielle Tyrrell –Vestal as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00 salary
Sara Vasisko –Apalachin as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00 salary
Magdalen Wirth –Vestal as Soccer Camp Instructor at pay rate $125.00 salary
Matt Wood - Endicott as Girls Soccer Camp Director at pay rate $650.00 salary




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                     A7310.1040 Girls Advanced Soccer Camp Employees
        Samuel Scelsi –Vestal as Girls Soccer Camp Coach at pay rate $450.00 salary
        Katie Trivisonno –NV as Girls Soccer Camp Coach at pay rate $450.00 salary
        Matt Wood –Endicott as Girls Soccer Camp Director at pay rate $650.00 salary

                                  A7310.1131 Volleyball Camp
Hire    Amanda DeAngelo –Vestal as Volleyball Camp Instructor at pay rate
Sum-    $130.00/camp
mer
        Lindsey Marsh – Vestal as Volleyball Camp Instructor at pay rate $130.00/camp
Rec.
Emp.    Joseph Nemecek – Apalachin as Volleyball Camp Director at pay rate
Cont.   $500.00/camp
        Katie Rogan –Vestal as Volleyball Camp Instructor at pay rate $130.00/camp
        Kristen Willets – Apalachin as Volleyball Camp Instructor at pay rate
        $130.00/camp

        RECEIVE AND FILE:
         Office of Broome County Legislature Special Session will be held on
          Thursday, August 4 at 4:00 pm in the Legislative Chambers – Adopting Local
          Law Amending BC Charter & Code Imposing a Tax on the Occupancy of
          Hotel or Motel Rooms
         Office of the Broome County Legislature Standing Committees Meeting
          Schedule for August 18, 2011
         Memo dated August 2, 2011 – Julie and Erik Jones - Response to Mark
          Dedrick, Code Enforcement, for his June 10, 2011 letter.
         Letter dated July 25, 2011 from Sheila Pavlovich regarding the Vestal
          Recreation’s Cheerleading Camp Program and the exceptional job done
          by its Director, Katie Donlin.
         Liquor License Renewal Notices: Midway Lanes, 213 Jensen Road Vestal,
          NY, Kampai Japanese Steak House, Inc., and Vestal Center Club, Inc., 2409
          NYS RT 26 South.
         CAC Advisory Commission Minutes of July 21, 2011
         Notice - Town of Binghamton Planning Board regarding 239 Review of
          an application for approval of a preliminary plan of a subdivision filed by
          R&B, LLC – File No.: 423-2790 –




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            END OF CONSENT AGENDA
COMMITTEE CHAIR COMMENTS AND UPDATES:
                                                                                       Notice
                                                                                       of Com-
Notice of Complete Application for SPDES Permits:
                                                                                       plete
R271-11       Motion by Councilman Marnicki and seconded by Councilwoman               Appl.
Fitzgerald authorizing the Town Attorney to advertise a Notice of Complete             For
Application as required by NYSDEC for the Town to obtain SPDES permits                 SPDES
for our 5 sewer station emergency overflows: 702 Vestal Parkway East, 2400             Permits
Vestal Road, 2014 Vestal Road, 1801 Vestal Parkway East and 1300 Campus
Drive, Vestal, New York.

The town engineer explained that our sewer station built in the 60’s or 70’s that
require emergency overflow. These permits allow us to discharge into the waters
of NY. We need to report this and then do sampling and supply amounts when
we have these events.

Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, Marnicki, and Fitzgerald. Nays: None. Absent:
Andreasen.

Tabled: Lease for 133 Front Street:
Motion by Councilman Marnicki and seconded by Councilman Schaffer to table             Tabled
the motion to authorize the Town Attorney to modify the present lease of               – 133
                                                                                       Front
133 Front Street for an additional 2 years and for the Supervisor to sign a            Street
two-year lease with no increase in rent except tax considerations and utility costs.   Lease

Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, Marnicki, and Fitzgerald. Nays: None. Absent:
Andreasen.




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           ADDITIONAL PUBLIC COMMENTS:

           Speaker - Two Town workers were in front of his house surveying for a catch
Hillside   basin on corner of Hillside and Seymour. That won’t stop the water problem.
and        Something needs to be done. We need more than one catch basin to alleviate
Sey-       the water drainage there. You need curbs on Wright road and more catch
mour       basins. He has to put two sump pumps in his home. Who is going to pay for
Drain-
           this catch basin?
age

           Town Engineer – There is some piping there and we have a solution to alleviate
           the situation. CHIPS is paying for it and Highway is doing the work.
           We can only do what we can at a reasonable cost. We are going to improve it.
           That is our goal. It won’t be 100 percent because it will exceed the numbers we
           have to expend on these projects. We are doing the best we can with the
           funding we have.

           Speaker – He is president of Vestal Elks. Our Veterans are important and they
           support them. Currently the Elks have a law in the Senate that will make it
           against the law to burn our flag. He has petitions if people would be interested.

           Hearing or seeing no one wishing to speak the Deputy Supervisor closed the
           additional public comments session.

           SUPERVISOR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS:

            Vestal Center Community Picnic –
                          Saturday, August 20th, 2011 12 – 5 PM
                            Fireman’s Hall, Coleman Street, Vestal Center
            Vestal Fire Department Membership for Station 3’s Ladies Auxiliary
             Spaghetti Dinner being held on Saturday, September 24th from 4 to 7pm at
             Vestal Fire Department Station #3.




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 Vestal Brush Pickup – 3rd Friday of the Month
    - Branches must be piled neatly at curb/roadside all in one direction
      facing the road, not in the street.
    - Leave branches as long as possible
    - Branch diameter limit is 6”
    - NOT ACCEPTABLE: Tree trunks, vines, lot clearings, or work done
      from a contractor.
    - ABSOLUTELY NO LAWN CLIPPINGS OR THORNY BRUSH.
 Effective June 11th, 2011 the Vestal Library begins Summers Hours:
              - Monday through Thursday 9 am to 9 pm
              - Friday 9 am to 5 pm
 DEC website - Draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact
  Statement on the Oil, Gas and Solution Mining Regulatory Program –
  October 2009 --- www.dec.ny.gov/energy
   For Information concerning SR 201 Bridges Over Vestal Road and SR
    434 go to: https://www.nysdot.gov/201BridgesVestal
 For the 2011 List of Rabies Clinics in Broome County go to vestalny.com –
  Dog Control, stop in to the Town Clerk’s Office or click on the following
  Broome County link
  http://www.gobroomecounty.com/files/hd/pdfs/Rabies%20Clinic%20Sche
  dule%202011.pdf
 Vestal Elks - On the 3rd Sunday of every month, they hold a Chicken and
  Biscuit Dinner 11 to 2 pm - Proceeds go to the Veterans Committee.
 Broome County Preliminary Flood Maps can be seen on line at
  http://www.rampp-team.com/ny.htm - for information call the Town
  Engineer, 133 Front Street, at 786-0980.
 NYSE&G has enlisted Heath Consultants of Houston to conduct natural gas
  leak surveys across NYSEG’s natural gas service area. Health employees may
  also ask to enter a residence or business if they are investigating a leak. All
  will carry NYSEG contractor photo ID.




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          NEW BUSINESS:

          Settlements for DTRT Vestal Pipe, LLC:
          R272-11       Motion by Councilman Marnicki and seconded by Councilwoman
Settle-   Fitzgerald to retroactively approve the settlements in the matter of the petition
ment      of DTRT Vestal Pipe, LLC for the years 2006 through 2011 and to authorize the
DTRT      Town Attorney to execute said agreements and for the Business Office to
Vestal    process same in accordance with the previsions therein.
Pipe
          Index Nos.: 2006-001668, 2007-001808, 2008- 002046, 2009-0011973, 2010-
          002064, 2011-001927.

          Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, Marnicki, and Fitzgerald. Nays: None. Absent:
          Andreasen.

          OLD BUSINESS:

          Adjourned: Public Hearing Held May 11, 2011 - For Proposed Local Law
          “A” for 2011 – Wind Energy:

          Public Hearing for Proposed Local Law “A” of the Year 2011 – A Local
          Law Amending Chapter 24, Article I, Section 24-1, Article IV, Division 1,
          Section 24-151 and Article VII, Division 1, Section 24-708.

          ADJOURNMENT:
          Motion by Councilman Marnicki and seconded by Councilman Schaffer to
          adjourn this meeting. 7:57 pm

          Ayes: Majewski, Schaffer, Marnicki, and Fitzgerald. Nays: None. Absent:
          Andreasen.

          Approved by ____________________________________
                               Emil Bielecki, Town Clerk




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