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      Library report
      Fire Report
      Police Report
      operators wanted at plant
      Equal. rate 28%
      Xmas. tree notice for piCkUp




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                              REGULAR MEETING
                         Tuesday Jan. 3,1967

The Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
held on Tuesday Jan. 3rd.,1967, (change of date due to New Year's Holiday)
at the Village Hall.

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7r30 P.M.

Pjl/ESENT:           Donald L. Carbeck          Mayor
                     Allen White                Trustee
                     Carl Iannello              11111111111111

                     Earl Kingan                11111111111111


                     Jene Heimburg              11111111111111




REPORTS:
LIBRARY: = Several Members of the Library Board were present at the meeting ••
Mr. Foster Thayer was the Spokesman for the Board. Discussion was in regard
to a Library bUilding, namely the Leone BUilding on No. Main St. in the
Village. It was suggested that an Architect be consulted before any definite
plans are made on the purchase of the building.
Fire report was submitted by Chief Arnold. Read and filed.
Police Report was submitted by Chief Marosnski. Read and filed.

Mayor Carbeck reported that he has contacted the Chief of the Tonwanda Police
Dept. and permission was granted for a period of 6 weeks or more in regard
to Ptlm. Coulter remaining with the Village Dept. in order for the Village
to have ample time to find a replacement for Ptl. Coulter. Mayor Carbeck
also stated that he received notice that the Basic Training will start Feb.
27th. and continue to Apr. 21,1967 for new Ptlm.
WATER DEPT.:
Com. Heimburg stated that a representative from the Leopold Co. was at the
plant and cheeked the valves. One valve had to be replaced. The biggest pro-
blem at the present time is the shortage of help for operators at the plant,
the only full time men are Leo Widmer and Robert Beck, . the rest are temporary
relief men and David Josler will be leaving soon to draw his unemployment fron
his first job and will be unable to conitnue at the plant as a operator.
Mayor Carbeck requested that Com. Heimburg place an advertisement in the
paper for help wanted at the plant and to specailly state the qualifications
such as High School graduate. Clerk Arnold stated that she received the foll-
owing report frOm the Personnel Office and Mr. Trigg, Personnel Administrator
stated that the Village cannot hire anyone to work at the plant as a Water
Plant Trainee unless he is a High School Graduate and this rule pretains to
all Trainees whether they are full time of part time. This is a ruling that
they received from the N.Y. State Dept. of Health and they must cope with the
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rule. Clerk stated that she has been notified that William Burch cannot be
carried on the payroll after Jan. unless he tries· the High School equivanlenc~
test in Buffalo.
St. Dept.    = No   Report.

Final Equalization Rate received was 28%.
Clerk was in structed to place the notice in the Pennysaver for Xmas. Tree
pick up to be Jan. 16th.

Planning Board Mtg. Tues. Jan. 10th. Village Board invited to attend.

Mr. Hurst has not as yet completed the work on the Grove St. extension and
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 the Firemen's exemption. He will have a report on both for the next meeting.

The following bills were submitted by the Clerk Treas. Water Dept. cks. # 161-
247 total of $4165.82 and General Dept. cks. # 208-393 total of $3540.00. It
was~ moved and 2nd. to pay the bills as submitted. ,Un. Crd.

It was moved and seconed to adjourn. Un. Crd.




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               Fire Report For December I966


I2-7-I966    House at Roat Acres.Called By Radio Control At 8:30 P.M.
             Released At 9:i5 P.M. Trucks I &L5;Responded.I7 Men Ans-
             wered The Alarm.Mutual Aid To EVANS CENTER FIRE TID.

I2-7-I966    Called By Radio Control At 9:I5 P.M. Stating That There
             Might Be A House Fire,On Mesi Drive.Stood By At Fire Hall
             While Village Police And Fire Police Captain Investigated.
             False Alarm.Released At 9:20 p.M.8 Men Responded.

I2-7-I966    Used Portable Pump To Pump Out Cellar of Judson's On Friend
             Street.Pumped From 9:30 P.M. To IO:OO P.M. SEwer Plugged.
             5 Men.

I2-29-I966   Called By Radio Control At I2:IO A.M.To Assist Lake Erie Beac
             Fire Co.At A Cottage Fire.No House Fire Only Rubbish Burning.
             Released At I2:35 A.M. Trucks I & 5 Responded.IO Men Answered
             The Alarm.Mutual Aid To L.E.B.Fire Co.


                             Respectfully Submitted;
                            7l~ uJ.~. FIRE CHIEF.
                          ANGOLA VOL. FIRE CO.INC.
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                                   r10NTMLY HEPOHT TO TIlE VILLAGE BOAHD
                                December 1. through Decemher 31, 1966



           E~1EHGENCIES:

           4 Ihhalator calls
           2 First-Aid calls
           THAFFIC:
             6    Accidents investigated
             1    Funeral escort
             8    Vehi.cle & Traffie ,lrrests
             2    Parking Tags issued
           OTHEH ACTIVITIES:
             1Arrest for Driving Hhile Intoxicated
             2Arrests for BUY'glary 3rd.
             3Arrests for Grand Larcen;)'
             3Juveniles Petitioned to Family Court
             4Juveniles arrested for Petit Larceny.
             1Arrest for endanger ing the morals of a rUnor
             1Fugitive arrested for other Dept.
             1Report of Kidnapping, Unfounded
            5 Truants returned to school
            8 Miscellaneous complaints
            3 Petit Larceny complaints
            3 Business places had doors unlocked
           11 Street lights reported out
            4 Hecord ehecks to other Depts.
            5 Assists to Other Depts.
            6 Unfounded complaints
            2 Complaints of Milicious Phone calls
            1 Dog Complaint
            3 Dogs picked-up by \Jarden, 2 dead, 1 sick.
           Monthly report to Dept. of CorY'ections
           Patrolled 2372 miles in December
           309.6 gallons of gasoline used by Police Dept.
            11.1 gallons of gasoline used by FiY'e Dept.




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            Fire Dept.        = F. Com.1       Tank truck & Unlic. driver.
            St. Dept.        = Spec. for       new sts.
            Valvo - permit for Barber shop.
            Water Plant oper. pay for Holidays.




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                          REGULAR MEETING
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                           Mon. Jan. 16,1967


The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
held on Monday Jan. 16th.,1967, at the Village Hall.
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Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7730 P.M.

PRESENT:         Donald L. Carbeck       Mayor
                 Allen White             Trustee
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                 Earl Kingan
                                          II II II II II II It
                 Jjme Heimburg
                                          II II II II II II 11
Absent:          Carl Iannello

FIRE DEPT. REPORT:
It was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following resol-
ution be adopted: Resolved the election of William Houston as Angola Fire
Commissioner for a term of three (3) years is hereby ratified and approved.
Un •. Crd.
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Specifications were submiteed to the Village Board for a new tank truck that
is needed in the Angola Fire Dept. Formal action on this new truck was tabled
at this meeting.

Village Attorney Hurst stated that he had received a phone call from the
Fire Chief as to the legality of an unlicensed driver to be allowed to drive
any of the Fire Trucks. According to the Law Book that Atty. Hurst has in his
possession, any unlicensed driver cannot drive any of the Fire Co. Trucks, but
Mr Hurst stated that he will also obtain the ruling f~om the Attorney General
and as soon as he receives his reply, he will present it to the Board and a
copy to the Fire Company.

No Police Report.
St. Report:                                                                >(
Discussion was held on the annexation of the Grove St. extension. It was
moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that the following be adopted be-
fore any new streets are accepted by the Village:
a. = No street shall have a right of way less than 50 feet.
b. = No street shall have a traveled portion of less than 22 feet.
c. = The Developer shall submit detailed plans of the proposed street showing
elevation and contours and the proposed grade of the street, shall be app-
roved by the Village Board before installation commences.
d. = The Developer shall at its own expense, grade the street and install
the raadway base in a manner approved by the Village Board. Tije Village·
shall complete the paving of the roadway at its own expense.
The base in order to be approved shall consist of creek run gravel or slag
rolled and compacted to a depth of 10" to the full 22 ft. road width.
e = Suitable provsion shall be made for the disposal of surface water, and
the plans therefor shall be approved by the Village Board before install-
ation thereof.
f = The Developer shall grant to the Village such rights of way and easements
for storm and sanitary sewers as the physical aspects of the proposed sub-
division shall, in the opinion of the Village Board, require.
g. = No dead end street shall be accepted unless provsion shall be made for
a turn-around for snow plows which shall meet with the approval of the
Village Board.




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Mayor's Report:
Letter was rece-ived from the Civil Defense Office in regard to a Deputy Mayor.
This was referred to Atty. Hurst to be answered.

Village Off. Assoc. Meeting will be held this Thursday Jan. 19th. in Orchard Park.
Request was submitted by the Building Inspector to' Village Atty. Hurst whethr
permission could be granted to Joseph Valvo to operate a barber shop in his home
on Lake St. Atty. Hurst stated that due to a State Lic. being required for barb~
ering, permission could not be granted for a barber shop in a private home.
Discussion was held on the pay status of the Water plant operators not being
paid for the vacation alloted to them annually. It was moved by Mr. White and
2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the following resolution be passed: Resolved. that
Robert Beck, Water plant operator be paid for 16 hours pay at his regular rate
for the Christmas and New Year's Holwdays and further Leo Widmer, Water plant
~perator be paid for 16 hrs. at his regular rate for Christmas and New Year's
hmlidays. Each of the above instances being necessary because substitube emp-
loyees are not available for compensatory time • both payable on Jan. 27th.
payroll. Un. Crd.

The following bills were submitted for payment by the Village Treas. Water
Dept. Cks. # 171-263 total of 2369.48 and Gen. Dept. cks. # 219-424 total of
3426.39. It was moved and 2nd. that bills be paid as presented. Un. Crd.

It was moved and 2nd. to adjourn.       U~.      Crd.




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                       .INDEX

Fire Report
Letter on Licensed drivers for F.Trucks. ,
Police Report
Coulter Transfer
Miller app. as pt1m.
Grievance Day notice
Tax Certification
Xmas light rules from Nia. Mohawk.
Mtg. at Lancaster
Ret. request from Donald Wa1sch
Inv. to Planning Bard mtg. 2/14/67
Pasqua11etti property title.
Report on P.Station motor
Report and purchase of new office rug.
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                                 REGULAR MEETING
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    r                             Mon. Feb. 6,1967

         The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
         held on Monday, Feb. 6th.,1967 at the Village Hall.

         Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7730 P.M.
         PRESENT:           Donald L. Carbeck         Mayor
                            Allen White               Trustee
                            Jene Heimburg             11111111111111

                                                      11111111111111
                            Earl Kingan
                            Carl Iannello             11111111111111




         FIRE REPORT:
         Fire report was submitted by Chief Nelson Wm. Arnold. Read and ordered filed.
         Letter was received from President Erwin Smith informing the Village Board of
         the formal appointment of Fire Commissioner William Houston and also the new
         listing of the Fire Co. officers for 1967.
         Village Atty. Hurst submitted a letter to the Village Board and one to the
         Fire Chief in regard to a request previously made as to the legality of a
         fireman operating the Fire Truck. without a driver's license. (Copy of the
         letter is attached sep.) Answer was that all firemen must possess a driver's
         license before t.hey are permitted to drive any of the Fire Co. trucks.
         POLICE REPORT:
         Police report was submitted by Acting Chief Stanley Maronski.
         The following resolution was passed, it was moved by Mr. White and seconded
         by Mr. Iannello: Whereas Patrolman Frederick Coulter has requested a transfer
         from the Angola Village Police Dept. to the Town of Tonawanda Police Dept.
         Now therefore it is resolved that this Board has hereby consented to such
         transfer effective February 18th.,1967. Un. Crd.
          It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following res-
          olution be passed:. Whereas a vacancy exists by reason of transfer of Ptlm.
          Frederick Coulter in the Angola Village Police Dept. and whereas an elig-
          ible list of these who had passed the Competitive examination for Patrolman
          was heretofo.re received from the Office bf the Personnel Director arid where
          as Allen R.Miller is amopg the three (3) highest· on the eligible list by
          reason of the declinations of and non-appearance of 2 of the 3 on the list
          and whereas said Allen R. Miller," 124 Gerald Place;'Bilffalo, N.Y. has in-
          dicated his willingness to accept appointment, Now therefore it is resolved
        . Allen R. Miller be'appbinted Provisionally as Angola Village Patrolman on a
          6 month probationary basis commencing Feb. 7th.,1967 on the basis of an
          annual salary of $4000.00 per year papable bi~weekly, subject to his succ-
          essfully completing the required police training course commencing Feb.
          27th.,1967 at Erie County Sheriff's Training Academy which he is auth-
          orized to attend. Un. Crd.

         It was moved and seconded that the Clerk be authorized to advertise for
         the public notice for Grievance Day to be held on Tuesday Feb. 21st. from
         6 P.M. to.lO. P.M. at. the Village Hall •. Clerk was also instructed to mail
         notices of increased assessments to all involved for the re-valuation that
         has been made on the Tax Roll for 1967.
         The Tax Certification was submitted by Tax Collector Marianne Arnold show-
         ing the total tax money received to date and the unpaid balance to date.
         It was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2ns. by Mr. Kingan that this Tax Certif-
         ication be accepted as submitted. Un. Crd. Tax Certification was signed
         by Mayor Carbeck and the Board of Trustees.

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A letter and a list of regulations was received by Mayor Carbeck from Mr.
Cunningham, Manager of the Niagara Mohawk Corp. in regard to the restric-
tions that must be followed annually for the Xmas. lights that are installed
in the Village. It was maoved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the
following resolution be passed: Resolved until revoked the Mayor is auth-
orized to annually sign the letter requesting the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp.
to connect the street Christmas Lights on the conditions set forth in letter
from the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. dated as of Jan. 20th.,1967. Un. Crd.

Invitation was received from the Village of Lancaster for the Erie Co. Vill-
age Officials meeting to be held on Thursday Feb. 16th. at 6130 P.M.

Letter was received by Mayor Carbeck from Donald Walsh, Counsel for the
N.Y.S. Conference of Mayors in regard to a request on the State Retirement
totals that the Village has paid for the past 10 yrs. Clerk was instructed
to answer this request.

Mayor Carbeck stated that on Tuesday Feb. 14th. the Village Board members
are invited to attend the Angola Planning Board meeting. Mr. George McKnight
will be the speaker.

Discussion was held on property that is up for sale :by Mr. Fusco. This was
tabled until a later date.

Discussion was held on a question of title on the property belonging to Mrs
Mayme Pasqualletti of Miller Dr. This was referred to Village Atty. Hurst to
answer.
ST. REPORT:
None.
WATER REPORT:
Water Com. Heimburg gave a report on the Water pollution meeting that he att-
ended in Buffalo. Com. Heimburg also gave a report on the work being done
on one of the large motors at the plant and the est. cost would be in the
figures of at least $500.00. He also gave a report on the interview he had
with some of the applicants tnt desire employment at the plant. Mr, Heim-
burg stated that he requests or recommends the employment of a Mr. Kuhn,
but before he makes any formal reques.t for Mr. Kuhn to be appointed to the
job, he would like to have Mr. Kuhn go to the plant and talk with Chief
Operator Mr. Widmer and get the layout of the work scheduled for an oper-
ator and if all is favorable, then he will request the formal appointment to
be made by the Board, at the Feb, 20th. meeting.
Mr & Mrs Jacobs of the Angola-Brant Electr.ic Store were present with samples
of the carpeting for the new office area. It was moved and 2nd. that Mrs
Jacobs be permitted to furnish the carpet needed for this area and that she'
also be permitted to do the installation which will be a separate cost.
Total est. was for $1260.00 for the carpet and the bill for the installation.
Un. Crd.

Discussion was held on a letter received from the           Lib~ary   Board. This was
left until next meeting.
The following bills were submitted by the Clerk-Treas. Water Dept. C~s #182-
291 total of $4756.24 and General Cks.# 235-471 total of $4934.45. Moved and
2nd. that the Treas. be permitted to pay all bills as submitted. Un. Crd.
Moved and 2nd, to adjourn. Un.




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       /                     RESOWTION FOR VILLAGE TAX SALE



          The following resolution was offered by 14r. Iannello, seconded by
     Mr. Kingan, and unanimously carried:

          WHEREAS, from the accounts of unpaid taxes heretofore returned by the
     Treasurer of the Village of Angola. New York, to this Board for the years
     1965 to 1966, both inclusive, the following taxes still remain due and un~
     paid after due notice and demand on each of the property owners for the
     payment of said taxes, to wit:

     UNPAID TAXES AS OF FEB. 1st, 1967:
     TAX ACCT, #     ~                  ADDRESS                        TAX              PEN.       INT,       TOTAL

     20']: S8,.,J 46    .TQs·•. ····WE>~~       J."inee*~         $-H)6'otJfr-""!l't.=:'3~03---::3l-;.:'Il'tilr--iH:4.4-l>
     2010.,159",10      James Davidson          Maple St.              3.98            .20       ,12           4.54
     201-·159 ... 20    James Davidson          Maple St.              3.98            .20       .12           4,54
     <202...1'7'1;;908- Daviu---Ga"lfi'1Jf'e.   -Far·k-S-1:;     "·,:1;302,.-50       6 • 63   3 •9   e     143 • 09
     202",437           Charles Delmont         Com. St.             13.25             .66      .42           14.33
     202...443          John Tulmello           York St.             39.75            1.99     1,20           42.94

                                        UNPAID BALANCES ••••••••• $299.46         14.98        9.00

           AND WHEREAS no action has been commenced to recover said unpaid taxes
      and no sale or account of said unpaid taxes has heretofore been held pursuant
      to law except Account #202",437 and Account #202 ..443.

          NOW THEREFORE BS IT RESOLVED, that such unpaid taxes shall be collected
     by the sale for taxes as provided in Section 1451 of the Real Property Tax
     Law of the State of New York, that a copy of this resolution, duly certified
     by the Clerk, shall be transmitted forthwith to the Treasurer of this Village
     with the account, affidavit and certificate of such unpaid taxes, and that the
     Village Treasurer, upon receiving such account of unpaid taxes and a certified
     copy of this Resolution be and hereby is authorized and directed to cause to
     be pUblished in the official newspaper of the Village, once each week for three
     successive weeks, a list or statement of the real estate upon which such taxes
     are unpaid, as shown in the tax list, with the amount of the tax, fees,
     interest and charges thereon and also a notice that the said real estate will,
     on a day subsequent to the expiration of said three weeks to be determined by
     said Village Treasurer and specified in said notice. be sold at public auction
     at a place in said Village to be designated by said Village Treasurer, to
     discharge the tax, fees, interest and charges aforesaid, which may be due there ..
     on at the time of such sale, and that said Village Treasurer, at the time and
     place specified in said notice, proceed with the sale of said real estate upon
     which such taxes are unpaid, as above set forth, and continue the same from day
     to day until the sale is completed.

          FURTHER BS IT RESOLVED, that in all cases where no bid shall be made-on
     a lot or parcel of land so offered for sale for an amount sufficient to pay the
     said tax, fees, interest and charges, the said premises shall be deemed to havl
     been sold to and purchased by the said Village of Angola, New York •
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                                              FEB.I.9 67


               JANUARY FIRE REPORT




FIRES----- NONE
MUTUAL AID CALI,S------ NONE
OTHER CALLS------~-.,-- NONE



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                                                     11 MAPLE STREET        P. O. BOX 128        ANGOLA, N. Y. 14006

 FLOYD H. HLJRST                                                                                                                        TELEPHONE 549..{\81D
 PHILLIP BROTliMAN

                                                                      February 2, 1967



       Angola Village Board
       AAgola, New lIorl<

       Gentlemen:

       I have been requested to determine whether the law requires the driver
       of a f:l.xetruck to hav" an oper ater • 5 or chal~ffeur'" li';<IDse. Under
       the law as it exist«l-previou~ly, it had been detQXmined that "-
       Volunteer Fir_an was not :r.<b<jul:n~d to hold .. lic,mse in " .. d@.. to ope.rat4ll
       a fire vehicle. (4 Opinions, State Comptroller, Page 437-1948).

       The law as it now ."dsts provides in Section 501, Para 4. ''u,nlicM1soo
       operators or chauffeurs cannot drive ",otor vehicles. Para D in the same
       section defines "motor vehiCle" as used ill thi,s section, shall m<lan a
       motor vehicle as defined by Section 125 of this Chapter (wi'th certain
       specified exceptions)".

       Section 125 defines a motor vebi'i~ as "every vehicle oparated or driven
       en a public highWaY by any powelCc,than muscular power 'which includes
       electric power. obtained from overhead trolley wires, 'but not opElrated
       upon rails, and such vehicles as run only upon rails or tracks. For the
       purposes of title four, the term motor vehicle shall exclude fire and
       police vehicles. For th., purpose!! of titles four and five the term motor
       vehicle shall exclude tractors used exclusively for agricultural purposes:
       "elf~propelled combines, !!elf~propelled corn and hay ha.rv..sting m8.Chine!l
       and "elf~propelled caterpilla~ or craWler-type equipment while being
       operated on the contra,ct site".

       You will note that the section as quoted specificly "",capts fire and
       police vehicles f.rom cover ".ge under ti tIe four., This title four of the
       Vehiclc\! and Trat'tic                       lAW      covers registration of motor vehicles ..

       Ibe second portion of Section 125 states that for the ~lrpose5 of title
       four and five the term motor vehicle excludes certain vehicles not men-
       t:i.oning there:i.n fir", vehicles. Ti tIe five is th .. portion of the law
       J:'(':2,?~:r!'ing to therequiremen t for an oper. ator. f s or chaut:feuX' ~ ~ licfiinse"
       cd HeW fir" ",ehicl.'" are not sped.ficly o;",cept<1ld in the second portion of
             ':t:i, {.ftn, "L.::' :'r;   Ofi';7'Y'[\tO:r's   or chauf.feur's licenses is required o

                                                       it now exists requires a Volunteer Fireman to be
       duly 1 iC8.asc.J ¢'1'i r'J~                                chauffeur before he should be- p~rXl1itt.1';V7,
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                                               110Wl'HLY   B.EPOWl' 'l'O   'f'HE   VILLAGE BOAHD
                                               January 1 through .January J1, 196'1


                          El1EHGEECIES:
                           J Inhalator calls
                           1 First-Aid call
                           1 Emergency call
                          'rHAFPIC:
                           '1 Vehicle & Traffic arrests
                           8 Parking tags issued
                           .5 Accidents investigated
                           .5 Funeral Escorts
                          OTHEh' AC'rIVITmS:
                           2    Burglaries investigated
                           2    !'lilicious Mischief complaints
                          1J    Miscellaneous complaints
                           6    Unfounded complaints
                           1    Complaint of Stolen Car, Unfounded
                           1    Complaint of Attempted Larceny
                           1    Arrest for Assault Jrd
                           2    Domestic complaints
                           2    Prowler Complaints
                           4    Hevocation li[xdiilxs: Orders Enforced
                           1    Business place left door unlocked
                             5 Hecord Checks to Other Depts.
                            Lj. Assists to Other Depts.
                             Lf Dogs picked-up by Harden, 2 live, 2 dead
                             2 Dog bite complaints
                          11 Street lights reported-out.
                          Lf.3 Notices. sent out, for over due l'arking ta~s.
                                Monthly report to Dept. of Corrections
                                Honthly report to the F. B. 1.
                          Patrolled 2540 miles in January
                          361.1 e;allons of e;asoline used by Police Dept,
                           11.'1 gallons of gasoline used by Fire Dept.




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                     INDEX

A.Zabawa - Driveway complaint
Legal transfer of Coulter
Prob. eff. date of termination of Miller
H. Kuhn appl. accepted to Angola Waterworks.
Mr. A.Baker - Sewer expneses
Joint mtg. agreement between Village & Town Boards




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                               Regular Meeting
                            Monday Feb. 20th.,1967

The Regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
held on Monday Feb. 20th.,1967, at the Village Hall.

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7130 P.M.

PRESENT:                Donald L. Carbeck        Mayor
                        Jene Heimburg            Trustee
                                                 II II II II II II II
                        Earl Kingan
                                                 11111111111111
                        Allen White
                                                 11111111111111
                        Carl Iannello

Mr. Alfred Zabawa was present in regard to a complaint that he has pres-
ented to the Town of Evans snowplow truck drivers stating that they are
using his private driveway as a turn around and by doing so, they have
damaged the entrance to his driveway and he has requested XKKXXXKe Vill-
age co-operation in putting a stop to this practice. Mayor Carbeck in-
structed the Clerk to send a letter to Supt. Frank Barone alerting his
men of this complaint and a copy of the letter be sent to Mr. Zabawa also.

The legal transfer notice was received by Mayor Carbeck on Ptlm. Fred
Coulter into the Town of Tonawanda Police Dept. This was ordered filed.
Notice was received on the probationary deadline for Ptlm. Miller which
is Aug. 6,1967.

Water Dept;
Water Commissioner Heimburg stated that he wishes to recommend the approval
of Mr. Howard Kuhn's application as a Water plant operator. It was moved by
Mr. Beimburg and 2nd. by Mr. White that Howard Huhn be employed by the
Village of Angola as an operator at the Angola Waterworks plant on a prob-
ationary period to May 31st.,1967, at the rate of $2.00 per hour on a 40
hour work week. Un. Crd.

Mr. Albert Baker was present at the meeting in regard to his request for a
reinbursement from the Village on the services rendered by Sam Stock mn
sewer trouble that Mr. BaRer had on his property on Sunset Blvd. This was
tabled until a later date.

An emergency list of phone numbers from the Iroqaois Gas Corp. was received
by Mayor Carbeck for emergency calls. Clerk was instructed to verifax copies
for all Board Members.

Mayor Carbeck received a communication requesting that a resolution be sent
from the Angola Village Board in regard to a thruway exit to be located in
the Eden-Evans Rd. area. Village Atty. Hurst is drafting up the resolution
and copy will be attached on a sep. page. in the record book.It was moved b~
Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. White thatthis resolution be passed and mailed
to the mentioned individuals concerned. Un. Crd.
It was a9reed by the Village Board that a joint meeting with the Town Board
be set up after Mar. 14th. Clerk was instructed to send a notice to the Supv.
on this meeting.
The following bills were submitted for paym. Water Cks. #193-309 total 3402.87
and General Fund cks. # 252-493 total of 406A.94. It was moved and 2nd. that
the Treas. pay all bills as submitted. Un. Crd.
It was moved and 2nd. to ad jour

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                                           233

Mr. Duncan on St. lights
Geo. Lemmler - Planning Board Resol.

Assoc. Mtg. North Collins

Cost. Cov. meeting in Buffalo Mar. 11th.

Police Report

Fire Report

Youth Rec. - Rent

Resol. - Library

Resol. - Tech Inst.
                       Regular Meeting                                           231
                      Monday March 6,1967

The Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
held on Monday March 6,1967, at the new Village Office on Commercial St.

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7730 P.M.

PRESENT:       Donald L. Carbeck            Mayor
               Jene Heimburg                Trustee
                                            11111111111111
               Earl Kingan
                                            11111111111111
               Earl Iannello
ABSENT:        Allen White                  11111111111111
                                                             (Death in family)

Mr. Duncan, Representative from the Niagara Mohawk Corp. was present at
the meeting with a survey of new street lighting for Lake St. Area. Mr.
D1II.ncan also gave a report on theheqting:r for the new Library building.
Further discussion will be held on this at next meeting.
Mr. George Lemmler, Chairman of the Village Planning Board was present at
the meeting and read a copy of the resoluiton that was sent by the Planning
Boiltrd;"tb,,;,the various Assemblymen and other Dept. Heads. in regard to a N.Y.
State thruway interchange in our local area. A copy similar to this resol-
ution is being drafted up by Village Atty. Hurst and will be sent to the same
parties. (Copy of the Resolution will be attached on a separate sheet)

WATER DEPT:
Com. Heimburg stated that as soon as possible he will arrange a meeting with
Mr. Gugino in regard to the water line on Delamater Rd. No other report was
submitted.
Erie Co. Association Meeting will be held on Thursday March 16th. at North
Collin s.
An invitation has been extended to the Village Board by the Erie County
Board of Supervisors in regard to a Constitutional Convention Delegates
and Local Government Meeting to be held on Sat. A.M/ at 10rOO A.M. March
llth.,1967, in the ,Board; ,of Supervisors Chamber in Buffalo, N.Y. Mayor
Carbeck has asked that as many Board Members as possible should attend this
meeting.
Police Report was submitted by Chief Maronski. Read and filed.
Fire Report was submitted by Chief Nelson Arnold. Read and Filed.

No report on Grove St. from Village Atty.
An March 20th. Board Meeting, Mr. Charles Spencer and Mr. Charles Joy will
be present on sewer discussions.
It was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that the Youth Rec. Com.
pay all arrear rental amounting to the total of $90.00 up to March lst.,1967,
and that rental for the space now occupied by this Commission on Com. &
Washington Sts. be terminated as of March lst.,1967. Un. Crd.

Dog problems was discussed and this was tabled until next meeting.
Mayor Carbeck stated that he has contacted Mr. Frank Trigg on the Chief of
Police Examination that has been held and that the Village will receive a
listing of available Cheifs hte week of March 12th.
Tuesday nite March 14th. will be Budget discussion meeting at new office.




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232
  It  was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following resol-
   ution be passed: Whereas there is a need for additional space at a new loc-
 ation for the Angola Village Library and Whereas the Leone BUilding has been
   ~de available for purchase and Whereas the Angola Village Library Board and
   the Erie County Library Board have expressed their approval of the Leone Bldg.
   for use as a Public Library NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that the Angola Village
   Board does hereby approve the purchase of such bUilding at a price of $17,000.00
   and does authorize and direct the taking of all steps necessary to purchase th~
   Leone Buildingand the making of all necessary arrangements to finance the
   acquisition thereof. Un. Crd.
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 . It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that the following res-
   olution be adopted: Whereas it has been proposed that a Second Erie County TI
   Tech. Institute Campus be established and Whereas the Town of Evarts has sevel l.
   fine sites which would be suitable for the location of a new Techmical Inst.
   two of which are (1) At or near the site of the new Lake Shore Central Sc~ool
   BUildings, (2) At or near th~ ~rie County Water A~thority Pumping Station at
   Sturgeon Point Rd. and WhereaS' there 'is a great ne'ed for a Technical Inat. to
   be established in this area so that students from the South Towns of Erie Co.
   can attend a nearby school NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVEp THAT THIS Village
   Board urges favorable eonsideration of the establishment of a Erie Co. Tech.
   Inst. to be located in or near the Village of Angola. Un. Crd.
  The fol.1owing bills were submitted by the Treas. for payment: Water Dept.
  cks. # 203-328 total of 2423.44 and Gen. Dept. cks. # 262-516 total of
  $4220.97. It was moved and 2nd. that all bills submitted be paid by the Treas.
  Un. Crd.

  It was meed and 2nd. to ad ourn. U               crd


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                                                          mar.4th.I967


           Fire Report For The Month      ~f   February
                       1967


2/67---- Joe Oatalino(The Barber)Stopped At The Fire Hall And
Reported A Oar On Fire On South Main St.At 3:40 P.M.Oalled Radio
Oomtrol And The Policeman On Duty Stated That The Fire Was Out
And THe Fire Oo.Wasn't Needed.
No Fires For The Month.
No Mutual Oalls For THe Monta •



                        . Re1P~1Jtlu~~y   ~ubmi tted.
                        ')1~ /;/. ~Fire                    Ohief.
                        /~~OLA VOL.FlRE OO.INO.
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                                NONTHLY HEPOET 'm THE: VILLAGE BOARD
                                PEDHUARY 1 throuGh FEBHUARY 28,1967


                mm!l.GENCIES:
                 2 Inhalator calls
                 2 First-Aid calls
                'rHAFFIC:
                 2 Accidents investigated
                 3 Vehicle & Traffic arrests
                 4 Parking tags issued
                 Lf Funeral escorts

                OTHER ACTIVITIES:
                14 Miscellaneous complaints
                 6 Unfounded complaints
                 1 Milicious Mischief complaint
                 4 Assists to Other Depts.
                 3 Record Checks to other Depts.
                 2 Revocation Orders Enforced
                 2 Arrests with j')arrant
                 1 Emergency Message delivered
                19 Street lights reported, out.
                 2 Dogs picked-up by 1,Jarden
                   Monthly Heport to Dept. of Corredtions
                   Monthly Report to the F.B.I.
                   Quarterly Heport to Dept. of r1otor Vehicles
                Patrolled 21
                           +48 miles in February
                353.0 gallons of ga~oline used bt Police Dept.
                 23.5 gallons of gasoline used by Eire Dept.


                                                  Stanley J. Maronski

                                                     Act. Chief




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                                                                       203

                          RESOLUTION



WHEREAS, a bill has been introduced known as the Adams-Hardt Bill
authorizing two million dollars to move the Williamsville barrier
to a new one east of Transit Road, and

WHEREAS, a bill known as the Griffin-Rose-Hausbeck has been
introduced for the construction of a new interchange in the Eden-
Evans area, and

WHEREAS, there is a stretch of 19 miles of Thruway without an
interchange between Hamburg and Irving, and

WHEREAS, many thousands of people traveling to and from the area
between these two 19 mile points would be greatly convenienced if
an interchange were opened midway between the existing interchanges,
and

WHEREAS, all the residents of the Town of Evans, Eden, Brant,
Hamburg and North Collins would be directly served by the construc-
tion of an Eden-Evans interchange, and

WHEREAS, users of the Evangola State Park would also be served by
the installation of a new Eden-Evans interchange,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Angola Village Board does
hereby strongly urge the delay of the Adams-Hardt bill and the
immediate adoption of the Griffin-Rose-Hausbeck bill so as to ap-
propriate monies for the construction of this much needed Evans-
Angola interchange.




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             NOTICE ON TAX SALE FOR March 13,1967.                                                                       241
TAX SALE RESOLUTION:

The following resolution was offered by Mr. illannello, seconded by Mr. Kingan
and unanimously carried;                      ,
WHEREAS, from the accounts of unpaid taxes heretofore returned by the Treas.
of the Village of Angola,N.Y. to this Board for the years 1965 to 1966, both
inclusive, the following taxes still remain due and unpaid after due notice
and demand on each of the property owners for the payment of said taxes to wi
and WHEREAS no action has been commenced to recover said taxes and no sale
or account of said unpaid taxes has heretofore been held pursuant to law
except Accoaunt 202-437 and accomnt 202-443.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that such taxes shall be collected by the sale
for taxes as provided in Section 1451 of the Real Property Tax Law of the
State of New York, that a copy of this resolution, duly certified by the
Clerk shall be transmitted forthwith to the Treas. of this Village with the
amount, affidavit and certificate of such unpaid taxes, and that the Village
Treas. upon receiveing such account of unpaid taxes and a certified copy of
this resolution be and hereby is authorized and ditected to cause to be
published in the Official newspaper of the Village, once each ~eek for three
successive weeks, a list or statement of the real estate upon which such
taxes are unpaid, as shown in the tax list,w~th the amount of the tax, fees,
interest and charges, thereon and alee a notice that the real estate will
on a day subsequent to the expiration of said three weeks to be determined
by said Treas. and specified in said notice be sold at public auction at a
place in said Village to be designated by said Treas., to discharge the tax
fees, interest and charges aforesaid, which may be due thereon at the time
of such sale, and the said Village Treas., at the time and place specified
in said notice, proceed with the sale of said real estate upon which such tax,
are unpaid as above set forth, and continue the same from day to day until th,
sale is completed.
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED, that in all cases where no bid shall be made on a lot
or parcel of land so offered for sale for an amount sufficient to pa¥ the
said tax, fees, interest and charges, the said premises shall be deemed to
have been sold to and purchased by the said Village of Angola, N.Y.
The following attached is the Notice of Tax Sale: (the parcels for sale are
attached to the reverse side):



                .~~";~':::»NciTICE OF TAl< SALE.                              "'*; '>,
                . /,.',c,{              .' Village ,of Angolat New Y6tk            '<:;'i
                    c'  .iNO~CE IS HEREBy 'GIVEN that In. pursuanqe of the pr'b1/!
                         ;;   '•

                  ",,~/l!)e Real ~rgperty Tax Law of the Slale of New York and'
                  ;"Resol)ltlon' of.': the Bbard of Tr}'Stees. 0:( the Vl1lage of AugOla,:
                    County, :N. Y., passed at a meeting thereof held'on'the lith day of,
                    February, 1967;, I, MARIANNE. ARNQLD, T~easurer of the sala '
                    Village of Angola, will sell at public auction, In the nlaiuler I1rovlded
                    by law, on the 13th ,day of.March, 1967, 'lt 10:00' O'clock In the fore-
                 , ,noon, a~ the Vl1lage )3oard Meeting Room·in· the Angola Vl1lage Hali'ln
               , •S!!Id, VIllage of Angola; SO much of e'lch of the following patcels of
               , : r~"'. eS,late upon which Village taxes rem"ln unpaid as will be stIffl"le
                .,                 ~rge::\,th~";~,,J.,f~e~·kdn~l':est':anft<1:lu~·f;~~:$;Whic1fIPilY
                _'                 :resp~~t~lY~lr,:;,~,t.·j'th,~)"tiin~:t:."of',. :·su<:t(f'~_l~,::an:d;'sh~l;i: .•,~~
               '"                      . y to .daY, until the saill'sale' sbaJ!ibe' completed.
                                        ,eha~er 01', purc~s~r~_;~rsu~hJax-':'s~le:w.iU.b
                                             t of their respective 'bjda to the unde
                                                 ,ten daY"'llfle~ the s.tle; and, ' .
                                                   1,tten';"cerU:p.cllte:~:' ..'sale"d~sc,rib
                                                   ,-mpaid,therefo'b>':.. :'·             '. ',/1'1:'-',..·'




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                           T~   SALE March 13,1967.

After the legal procedure on publication of unpaid taxes by the Village
Treasurer, the tax sale was conducted on Monday March l3th.,196~ at 10100
A.M. in the Village Board1s meeting room at the Village Office, Angola,
N.Y. by Treas. Marianne O. Arnold. The sale consitsed of four parcels as
Parcel # 3 was paid before the tax sale was held. The Sale price included
the unpaid tax, interest, fees and publication charges.
Treasurer Marianne Arnold opened the sale with Parcel # 1:
PARCEL # I, Account # 202...,159-10: Vacant lot on North side of Maple St.
in the name of James Davidson1 bounded on the west by J.Villa1 on the nort
by lands of Nia. Mohawk Pwer corp.1 on the east by lands of R.Wilson.
1966 tax ••.••••••.•••.•••• $:3.Sl6 •• '1'be:re.:be:i.J;l9.J;lQ.:b;l.O'O'e:r ••:b;l.Cl.was so closed
     Penalty ••••••••••••••• 20 and said premises were sold to and purch-
     Interest •••••••••••• ~ .12 ased by the Village of Angola,N.Y.
                Total        4.54
PARCEL No.2, Account # 201-159-201 Triangular vacant lot on north siade .0
Maple Street, bounded by lands of James IDavidson, and in the name of James
Davidson, bounddd on the east by }ands of R. Wilson.
1966 tax ............•....• 3.98 There being no bidder present, bid was so
     Penalty ••••••••••••••• 20 declared closed and and said premises wer
     Interest •••••••••••• ~ .12 sold to and purchased by the Village of
                 Total      4.54 Angola.
PARCEL # 3 = (Paid before Tax Sale)
PARCEL # 4 = Accomnt # 202-4371 Vacant parcel 30 feet by 110 ft. on the
south side of Commercial street1 in the name of Charles Delmont1 bounded
pn the east by premises of Village of Angola1 on the west by lands of
J. Christopher1 on the soubh by New York Central Railroad.
1966 tax                     13.25 There being no bidder present, bid was
     Penalty..............     .66 sold to and purcha.sed by the Village of
     Interest •••••••.••.•• __ .42 Angola, N.Y.
RJOOZEllix:;jj;xiii3DC~_KX~JtilI2HJtil~33
PARCEL # 5 = Account # 202-4431 House and lot on the north side of York St.'
in the name of John Tulmell01 bounded on the west, east and north la~ds of
Joseph Borzillire:
Tax 1966 • • . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . 39.75
     Penal ty • . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. 1.99
     Interest ••.•••••.•.••• ..:..&.-.1,20
                    total                          42.94
Bid was received from Joseph Borzillire for the amount of $114.11. It was
explained to Mr. Borzillire that this amount covered the 1965 and 1966 tax
tha.t is unpaia plus the penalties, interests, publication charges since
1965. There being no other bidders, the parcel # 5 was sold to and purchas
by Mr. Borzillire for the sum of $114.11, which will be paid to the Treas.
on or before March 23rd.,1967.
Tax sale was so declared closed by the Treas. Marianne Arnold.
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                              INDEX
C.Pataczola on Sewer line
Baker and Miller on sewer discussion
Me. Spencer and Joy at mtg. on sewer discussions
Police Chief canvass
Pur. of   Homel~te   pump by Water Dept.
Tent. notice on Spec. Franchises
Tent. Budgets on file
Verification of Compl. of Assm. Roll
Fire Co. Ins. from Barrett.
Telephone Co. request for buried cable.
Clerk's Bond and Blanket Bond for assistant.
Delmont prop.
Transfers A 85-400 and A290-624
Lerczak easment
Urban Planning Program -Mayor to sign)




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                                 Rwgular Meeting                                         245
                              Monday March 20,1967.

            The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
            held on Monday March 20th.,1967, at the new Vfllage Office.

            Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7130 P.M.

            PRESENT:             Donald L. Carbeck            Mayor
                                 Earl Kingan                  Trustee
                                 Allen White'                 11111111111111

                                 Jene Heimburg                II II II II II II II



            Absent:              Carl Iannello                Trustee.

            Mr. Casmir Patazcola from Stellane Dr. was present at the meeting and he
            stated that he would like to disconnect the present septic tank hook-up
            and asked if he could hook up into the main sewer line. He was advised to
            wait until a later date for this as this area will be eventually hooked up
            to the sanitary sewer system.

            Mr. Albert Baker and Robert'Miller were present at the meeting with the
            same sewer questions, and after a thorough explanation by Mr. Charles Joy
            and Mr. Charles Spencer of the Erie County Sewer District # 2, they decided
            to wait also until the sewer lines in that area are completed.

            Mr. Charles Spencer, and Mr. Charles Joy gave a full account of what they
            have set up that will be an asset to the residents that are witnessing
            sewer troubles. The district has purchased a large Roter machine that will
            unclog the lines and with the l1!addition of the necessary man-holes to be
            installed, it will cut the labor time in half for keeping the lines open.
            They requested the help of the Village for the expenditures involved on the
            man-hole covers. Village Board stated that they would co-operate. More
            details will be available on'a'later date on this set up.

            Mayor Carbeck stated that he'has received the Police Chief canvass, qnd he
            has forwarded same to the Clerk to follow thru with the necessary forms
            that must be mailed to each candidate'bythe Clerk. The replies must be
            received 'by the Clwrk'within 4 business days. Forms were'mailed Tues. A.M.
            March 21st., and the deadline will be Mar. 24th. or Sat. A.M. Mar. 25th.
            After'~IJ." replies are received, the'Mayoristo set'the meeting date for
            the interviews •

            Mr. Heimburg presented his request for the purchase of a new Homelite pump,
            that is urgently needed for the water dept. as the cost of repairs for the
            present one is too great. It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr~
            Kingan that this newpmmp be purchased.

            Tentative notice on the' Special Franchises has'been received 'and given t'o
            the Chairman of the Assessors; Mr~ Kingan.                  '"  L


            A bill' from Barret,ts Ins. to the Fire Co. waS presehted 'to' the Board by
            Fire Com. Sal. , Sack; requesting that the Village pay same for the Fire Co.
            as the Fire Co. does not have sufficient funds to pay this bill from their
            own Treasury~The'bill' was for' accid,ental death policies' t'ha t the' Fire ,co.
            has-on-the Firemen; Village'Clerk Arnold stated that this bill'catmot be
            paid 'out 'of Village funds'as -the Firemen'are not paid'Firemen ana·the ViII'::
            age is not their employer. The Village is only a~ibwed' ,to carry the Form
            VF-2 which is for Injury or death to the Vol. Fireman thru the Workmens
            Compensation coverage. any other life or death policies are notpermissable.


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9.46Mayor Carbeck received a letter from Mr. Perry of the Right of Way and
~laims Dept. for permission to bury a cable on Village property. It was moved
by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the following resolution' be passed:
RESLOVED: Whereas the New York Telephone Co. has requested permission to lay
an undergroung telephone cable across nhe reae of Village property fronting on
Commercial St. about 5 ft. south of the property line along the north side of
premises, NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that the Mayor is hereby authorized
to sign an easement granting said easement to the New York Telephone Co. as
indicated on sketch # TD#172 provided the New York Telephone Co. shall save
and keep the Village of Angola harmless against all loss and damage to per-
sons or property caused by the construction, laying, maintenance or operation
of said buried cable. Un. Crd.

Proposal was received by Mayor Carbeck from Mr. Duncan Miller of the Nia.
Mohawk Corp. on the new set up for street lighting on Lake St. There being
a quest;ion on. the number oflitli"sto be, erect.ed,. itw<;ls moved to taplethis
proposal until more information is received from Mr. Miller on this • .

Mayor Carbeck stated that he was told by the Auditor that a Blanket Bond
should be purcahsed by the Village for the Clerk-Treas. helper in the office
that come in contact with the funds for the Village. Although Mrs Arnold the
Clerk-Treas. is solely responsible for all funds, a blanket bond shbuld be
taken out fa cover any help that she has employed in her office. It was moved
by Mr. Heimbur~ and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that the Clerk's Bond be renewed
(which expires Apr. Ist.,1967) and that a Blanket Bond be purchased for the
help employed in the office. Un. Crd.

Mayor Carbeck inquired from the Atty. the stat~s on the Delmont property
which was on the previous tax sale held by the Village on Mar. 13th.,1967.
Mr. Hurst stated that he will check on the County to see if they are going
to start action on this property before the Village proceeds with any other
plans.                                                            '

Verification of the completion of the Assessment roll was signed by the
Village Board Members and the Mayor and notarized by the Village Atty.
The following notice was given to the Evans Journal for pUblication in the
March, 23rd. issue of the paper:
NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL:
TAKE NOTICE: The assessment roll of the Village of Angola, N.Y. for the year
1967 has been finally completed and been filed in the office of the Village
Clerk on the 15th. day of March, 1967, where the same will remain on file
subject to inspection by any person dueing the business hours of the Village
Clerk for fifteen days after date of this notice. Datea: Apr. Ist.,1967.

The tentative budget has been filed with the Village Clerk on March 20th.,1967
and i t was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburgtha tthe fIllxbl1l7li1:F1gClerk
be authorized' to publish in the Evans Journal the following notlllce:
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING OF PRELIMINARY BUDGET:                      .
TAKE NOTICE: .That a public.. hearing wH Lbe ,held. by the Angola Yillage. .Board at.
the Angola Village Office on Apr. 17th. 1967, at 8 P.M. Eastern Standard time
upon question of the adoption of the tentative'budget of the Village of
Angola for the fiscal year commencing June Ist.,1967 and ending on May 31st.
1968. A copy of this tentat.ive budget is available at the office of the
Village Clerk where it may be inspected by any interestea person during th~
regular office hours. The maximum compensation to be paid to the Mayor by'"
the Village from all sources is $1200.00 under the proposed budget. The Max.
compensation to be paid to each of the Trustees from all sources is $800.00
under this proposed bUdget. Un' Crd.

 Two transfers were requested by the .Treas. It was mov ed by Mr. Heimburg and
 2nd. by Mr. White that a transfer of $50.00 to acct. #'A 85-400 be made from
the cont;ingent fund and a transfer of $100.00 to A 290-624 be made also from
the contingent fund and the Clerk-Treas. is hereby authorized to make such
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                                 EASEMENT AGRElEMENT
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I,               Agreement J.1lade this         day of             , 1967, by and
 I          between    '

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i,      STELLA LEHCZAK, residing at 72 Lake Street, Angola, New York
il Party of the First Part, hel'einafter called the "Owner", and
II'I
II               VILI,AGE OF ANGOLA, a Municipal Corporation, Party of the
I'          Second Part • hereinafter called the "Village",
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                 WHEREAS, the "Ownsr" heretofore filed a Subdivision Map
            known as LERCZAK SUBDIVISION EXTENSION. showing Subdivision Lots
            28 through 55 in Erie County Clerk's Office under Cover 2171
            being part of Lot 64. Township 8 and Range 9 of the Holland Land
            Company's Survey, and
".'1,       'WIIDREAS, "Ownel'" is the otmer in fee of the strip of land
, J.1lar>l(ed on 'che attached sketch as Paroel "X", lying along the
      northerly line of pr>emises oOnveyed to John and Stella Lerozak by
i,l! Deed r>ecorded in Erie County Clerk's Office, Liber 5104 at Page
,
" 576, cOl1llJ1encing at the south line of lands conveyed by the last
      mentioned Deed, said strip of land being 50 feet in width measure
i';,i.1i.
, from east and west and $00 teet in length measured from north to
    , south, the described parcel adjoining on the west, the westerly
ii' bounds of Subdivision lots 31, 313 and 39 as shown on Map. Cover
I, 2171 above mentioned, and
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II         WHEREAS. the "Village" has heretOfore ins tal1ed a lateral
     sewer line running southerly from Stellane Drive to a point sout};l
II of the south line of John R. Drive within the boundaries of the
I:.

'I paroe1 above desoribed and shown as Parcel "X" on the attached
II J.1lap and the above lateral sewer line ties between the lateral
IIii SUbdivision lots on each,
     sewer lines On Stel1ane Drive and John R. Drive and services the
'II
il               NOW THEREFORE WITNESSETH. that the parties hereto in con-
il          sideration of the covenants and agreements do agree as follows:
i
         The "Owner" consents that such lateral sewer line above
  , described as presently laid in pod tion J.1lay r>ema.in in its present
, position and the "Owner" hereby grants to the "Village", its
    agents, servants and employees an easement over and acrOSS the
'.1,1

. parcel J.1larkad "X" on the attached surveyor sketch, .for the pur-
I pose of operating such sewer line and maintaining the same to-
    gether with the right to tap into such line as presently laid or
" hereafter> modified in order to properly service the subdivision
r   lots and other users of the sewer system.
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                 The "Village" agrees to lay'8:'nd maintain such sewer line
ii,         all without any charge to the "Owner".
I'
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                 ~lis agreement shall be binding upon the heirs, successors
I           and assigns of the respective parties.
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              STATE"PF NEt.]' YORK, )

              COUNTY OF' EHIE     ,)
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                   On this _ _ day of _ _ _ _ _, m.neteen Hundred and Sixty-
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 II           seven before rile personally carae    DOllJALD L. CARBECK   to rae
 II,          personally known, who, being by me duly swol-n,did depose and
              say that he resides at 9 Delwood, Angola, New York, that he is
              the Mayor   or the VILLAGE OF ANGOLA, the corporation described in,
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              and which executed. the within Instrwaent,'        that he knows the
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              seal of said corporation; that the seal affixed to sa.id Instrwaen
 I            is such corporate seal; that it was so affixed by order of: the
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  I           Board of Directors of said corporation; and that he signed his
.i            name thereto by like order.
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  I STATE OF NEW YORK.. )
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              OOUNTY OF' ERIE    .)
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 I                 On this _ _ day of                I   Nineteen hundred Sixty-seven
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              before me. the subscriber, personally appeared         STELLA LERCZ.t\K
              to me personally known and known to me to be the same pe:l:'sol'l.
              described in and who execut(\'ld the wi thin InstI'U.Il1ant .. and she duly
              acknowledged to rae that she executed the same.


      ~                                                              Nota:l:'y Public
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VILLAGE OF ANGOLA TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR 1967-1968. FILED MA:RCH 20,1967.
                                                                               75
AOOOUNT#      BUDGET ITEM                  1966-67 1966-67      1'967-68
                                           Budget   Est,Exp.    lludget
A 10          TRUSTEES                         ,
              100 -  Personal Services    3200.00      3200.00    3200.00
A 30          MAYOR
              100 - Personal Services     1200.00      1200.00    1200.00

A 40
              400 -  otber expenses
              CLERK-II1REAS.
                                           400.00       283.41     400.00'

              100 - Personal Services     3000.00      3000.00    3000.00
                     p.T.Clerk            1000.00      1000.00    1500.00
              400 -  otber expen.ses       400.00       341 .10    400.00
 A 43         VILLAGE OFFICE
              200 -  equipment             100.00        71.95     100.00
              400 -  otl:1er expenses     7000.00      5933.64    2000.00
A 54          VILLAGE ATTORNEY
              100 -  Personal Services    2500.00      2500.00    2500.00
              400 -  other expenses       1500.00      1500.00    1500.00
A 60          VILLAGE ELECTION
              100 - Personal Services
              400 - Other expenses
                                          -------
                                          -------
                                                       ------
                                                       ------
                                                                   ---------
                                                                   ----._---
A 64           PLANNING BOARD
              100 -  Personal Services
              400.QQOther Expenses
                                            200.00
                                           2800.00
                                                        200.00
                                                       2800.00
                                                                    200.00
                                                                   2800.00'
A 74          VILLAGE HALL
              400 -  other expenses        4000.00     4000.00     4000.00
A 81          FIRE DEPARTMENT
              100 - Personal Services      ---_.. -    ------      .--------
              200 -  Equipment
                     Dwn.Paym.Tanker
                                           3500.00
                                           --_.-_.     3500.00
                                                       -------
                                                                    3500:00
                                                                    1000.00
              400 - Other Expenses          600.00      600.00       600.00
A 82          POLICE DEPARTMENT
              100 -  Personal Services
                      E~uipljlent
                                         21725.00     21725.00
                                                                  2~~~~.~~
              200 -
              400 -   0 her ex~.
                                          2000.00
                                           :2000.00    1~~~:~~     7600~OO
A 85          KBE~E~  OF THE OUND
              400 -  other servics          100.00      150.00      200.00
A 88          PARKING DIVISION
              200 -  Equipment              100.00      400.00      400.00
A 100         ST. ADMINISTRATION
              100 - Personal Services    12750.80     12750.80    14000.00'
A 101         ST.MAINTENANCE
              100 - Personal Services     4400.00      4400.00     4800.00
              200 -  Equipment            3500.00       300.00     3500.00
              400 -  Other Expenses      22500.00     22500.00    28000.00
A 102         ST. CLEANING
              100 -  Personal Services   ---.---      -------     ---------
              400 -  other expenses         200.00        3.00      200.00
                                                                                               81
        A 103   SNOW REMOVAL
                200 -  Equipment            500.00                       300.00       500.00
                400 -  other expenses      2000.00                       900.00      8000.00
        A 104   SHADE TREES
                400 -  other expenses      1000.60                       300.00      1000.00
        A 105   ST. LIGHTING
                400 -  other expenses      8700.00                      8700.00      8700.00
        A 121   STORM DRAINS
                400 -  other expenses      4000.00                      7100.00     10000.00
        A 125   REFUSE
                400 -  other expenses      8000.00                      8000.00      8000.00
        A 209   YOUTH PROGRAM
                400 -  other expenses      2600.00                      2500.00      2600.00
        A 234   PUBLICITY                                                  "
                100
                400
                    -
                    -
                       Personal Services
                       other expenses
                                            300.00
                                            400.00
                                                                         226.00
                                                                         235.04
                                                                                      300.00
                                                                                      400.00
        A 290   VILLAGE GENERAL
                400 -  other expenses       4200.00                     4200.00      4700.00
                623 -  Taxes on Village Pro 200.00                       200.00       200.00
                624
                628
                    -
                    -
                       Tax Adv.
                       State Retirement
                                             250.00
                                            6500.00
                                                                         250.00
                                                                        6500.00
                                                                                      300.00
                                                                                     7532.00
                630 -  Workmens Compo       1600.00                     1500.00      1600.00
                633
                650
                    -
                    -
                       Social Security
                       Contingent Fund
                                            2000.00
                                            473Q.81
                                                                        1622.33
                                                                        4300.00
                                                                                     2500.00
                                                                                    5000.00
                660
                680
                    -
                    -
                       Provo Unpd. taxes
                       Int. on Bonds
                                             500.00
                                            1331.00                      814.93
                                                                                      500.00
                                                                                     1000.00
        A 300   690 -  F.Trk.&St.Bonds
                       Land Purchase Bond
                                            250 9·QO
                                            6000.00
                                                                        2500.00
                                                                        6000.00
                                                                                     ~500.00
                                                                                     3000.00
                                                        154987.61
                                                                                  181782~00
                ESTIMATED REVENUES
                Estimated Balance 6/1/66 22000.00                     6/1/67      30QOO.00
    A   1005    Real Estate tax (prior Yr.) -~---
    A   1401    Inters.t & Penal tie s      360.00                    --------       380.00
    A   1801    Rental on Bldgs.           1000.00                    --------       600.00
    A   1902    Storm Drain fees            ------                    --------
    A   1922    Fire Protection            5000.00                    --------      5000.00
    A   2201    Parking Meter Revenue      1900.00                    --------      1700.00
    A   2301    State Aid                 14000.00                    --------     14000.00
                sts. & R.R.                1781.27                    --------      3800.00
    A   2302    state Aid (Youth prog.)    1300.00                    --------      1300.00
    A   2305    Mortgage Tax               1000.00                    --------      1000.00
    A   2625    Fines ret. by state         300.00                    --------       200.00
    A   2928    Sales Tax                 16400.00                    --------     17000.00
                Sidewalks                  1000.00                    --------      1000.00
1               Int. on Cert. Deo.         1200.00                    --------      1200.00

J               To be raised b1 Taxation 79746.34

                Tax rate 66-67     = 26.50
                                                     154987.61
                                                    1967-68
                                                                      --------
                                                                  --------
                                                                  =
                                                              .3'/"~
                                                                                   104602.00
                                                                                  lS1782.00




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WATER DEPT. BUDGET.                                                                                 83
ACCOUNT #      BUDGET ITEM                 ·1966-67          1966-67            1967-68
                                            BUdget           Est. Exp.          Budget
    F 260      PUMPING STATION
               100 - Personal Svc. 20,480.00,               20,480.00           22,500.00
               200 - Equipment      2,500.00                 2,500.00            4,500.00
               400 - Other Expenses18,000.00                18,000.00           ~5.000.00
    F 262      DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
               100 - Personal Svc. 7,847.20                  7,847.20            8,236.80
               200 - Equipment      3,000.00                 3,000.00            3,000.00
               400 - other Exp.    16,000.00                12,000.00           Vl,OOO.OO
    F 263      Administration
               100 - Personal Svc. 8,300.00                  8,300.00            9,000.00
    F 290     WATER GNERAL
              400 - other expo       1,500.00            1,500.00               2,000.00
              616 - Co.&Sch.Taxes 3,500.00               3,500.00               3,500.00
              628 - State Aet.       2,000.00            2,000.00               2,000.00
              630 - Wkms. Compo         900.00              900.00              1,000.00
              633 - Social Securityl,800.00              1,800.00               1,800.00
              650 - Contingent Fund 895.60                  895.60             3,589.70
              680 - Int. on Bonds 3,677.20               3,677.20               2,873.50
    F 300     690 - Serial Bonds 10,500.00             10,500.00              10,500.00
              ESTIMATED REVENUES 1~O~O~,~9~0~0~.~0~0~---------------1·~1-6-;S-b-b-··~-0-O-···---­
              Estimated Balance 6/1/66           =
                                               27,322.04 1967             =27,000.00
F    1101     Village Sales                    27,200.00                   28,500.00
F    1125     Districts                        35,000.00                   38,000.00
F    1102     Outside Sales                    20,700.00                   22,000.00
F    1919     Misl.                              1,000.00                   1,000.00
                                                   -----------
                                                   111222.04 116500.00
SALARY SCHEDULE
                                                                               85
                                                          HOURLY RATES
ACCOUNT #     NAME OR TITLE         66-67      67-68      66-67      67-68
                                    Budget     Budget     Budget     BUdget
A 40          Olerlt~'rreas•        3000.00    13000.00   ------------------
             P.T.Cltflrk            1000.00    1500.00     1.60      1.75
A 82         Police Chief           5750.00    6500.00    --------------------
             Ptl.Dalton             5400.00    5600.00    ---------------------
             Ptl. Reiter            4000.00    4500.00    ---------------------
             Ptl. Miller
             ReI. ptlm.
                                    4000.00    4250.00
                                               4000.00
                                                          ----------------------
                                                          1.75      2.00
             Maronski                                                2.J,0
A 100-100    ST. ADMINISTRATION
             AI. Orr                 5395.60    5510.40   2.35      2.55
             F.Gugino                4000.00    4000.00   2.75      3.00
A 101-100    W.Newcomb (t)           2080.00    4804.80   2.00      24)
             Laborers                                     1.50      2.00

F 260-100    L.Widmer
             R.Beck
                                    5400.00
                                    4800.00
                                               5700.00
                                               5100.00
                                                             81
                                                          2. 5
                                                          2.29
                                                                    2.75
                                                                    2.45
             G.Letzin               4160.00    5100.00    2.00      2.45
             H.Kuhn                 4160.00    4368.00    2.00      2.10
             D.Hosler               ------     -------    2.30      2.45
             Rel.Oper.              ------     -------    1.75      2.00
 F 262       A. !lare                5510.40   5834.40    2.40      2.55
             W.Newcomb (t)           2080.00   4804.80    2.00      2.10
             O.T.& Laborers           500.00    389.60    1.50      2.00
F 263-100    Clerk-Treas.
             P.T. IItttl II II II
                                    2800.00
                                    1500.00
                                               3000.00
                                               2000.00
                                                          ---------------
                                                          1.60      1.75
             Frank Gugino           4000.00    4000.00    2.75       3.00




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    transfers as stated. Un. Crd.                                                   247
    It was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the following
    resolution be passed:
    RESOLVED: The Mayor is hereby authorized to sign the easement agreement with'
    Mrs Stella Lerczak authorizing the continous or the eXisting sewer line
    installed on premises of the Stella Lerczak running paralled with the pro-
/   posed Henry Lane read. Un. Crd.  (Copy attached sep.)

    It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the following res-
    olution be passed: RESOLVED, the Mayor is hereby authorized to sign the
    Applmcation for Participation in Urban Planning Assistance Program with
    the Village to pay $2586.00 to the State of New York being 17% of total
                                                                                    I
    cost of $15,516.00. Un. Crd.

    The following bills were presented for payment by the Tres. Water Dept.
    cks. # 212-347 total of $2287.27 and General Dept. Cks. #281-555 total of
    $4738.83. It was moved and seconded that the treas. pay bills as sbbmitted.
    Un. Crd.

    It was moved and seconded to adjounr. Un. Crd.




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                                 'MARIANNE ARNOli
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                             ----i         Clerk· Troa'"ror   >.       Clerk.
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                          It'rDEX

Re-organization appointments & resolutions
Fritz = compalint from Sacks.
B.Permit = L.Lerczak Jr.
Police report
Chieg canvass report
Fire Report
Plectrons by Chief Fire Co.
Nis. Moh. p~oposal
Pubiic hearing on tent. budget.
Library workers for Fund drive.




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                                        RE-ORGANIZATION MEETING
                                                                                                                                     257
                                          Mon. Apr. 3,1967.

      The Annual Re-Organization meeting of the BOard of Truste~s, Village of
      Angola, N.Y. was held on Monday April 3rd.,1967, at the new Village Office.

      PRESENT:                    Donald L. Carbeck                       Mayor
                                  Allen White                             Trustee
                                  Earl Kingan                              11111111111111

                                  lIene Heimburg                           11111111111111

                                  Carl Iannello                            II II II II II II II




     The list of Appointments and Designators pluslthe expiration dates for the
     new Official year commencing April 4th.,1967 was read by Mayor Carbeck.
     It was moved by Mr. Kingan and seconded by Mr. White that the following
     resolution be adopted: RESOLVED the following persons are hereby appointed
     to the respective named offices for the te~~s set forth:
     Village Clerk-Treas.       ,) •.•••••••• Marianne O. Arnold •• 2 yr.term = 4 /69
                                                                                                                                  Ell.
     Registrar of Vital Statics )
     Water Clerk-Treas.          )
     Tax Collector
     Matron to Police Dept.      )
       Villa.ge Attorney • .'   ,                                     Floyd Hurst           1                yr.     !lUIlIl=     4/1/68
       Fire-.. _Inspector                                            .,Nelson W.Arnold      1                 yr..     111111=    4/1/68
       BUilding Inspector                                            .,Donald Heimburg      1                 yr.    11111111=    4/1/68
     - Zoning Board Chairman
                              ,
                                                                      Floyd Wilson          3
                                                                                                            -
                                                                                                              yr.    IIUlIll=     41:1/70
       Supt. Publtc Works                                             Frank Gugino          1               -yr ..   1111 flll=   4/1/68
       Planning Board Chairman ••...•.. :                             George Lemmler •..•.• 5                 yr.    11111111=    4/1/72
     Un. carried by majority vote.
     The Mayor announced the appointments of Allen White as Deputy Mayor for the
     year ending April 1,1968 together with the following named persons to the
     respective offices:
     Water Commissioner ....... ,e • • • • • _. . . . . . _ . ,'.~ Jene Heimburg •.. -' .. . . . . . . . 1 yr. t-erm.
     Police 1I1.llIllllllllIHlllll • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Allen White •............• 1 yr. 11111111
     stre~ts 1I11.1JIlIl.lllI_I~'IUI_• • • • it • • ""':' • • • • • ".1'." .Carl ~Q.nnell0.-• •_. '" .-' •• '" ••••• 1 yr. 11111111
     Budg~,t Director .• " .•...... ,. ... ,. ..... ".Earl Kingan •....... "" . _                              .... 'I 1 yr. II II 1111
     Chairman of AsS"essors ••••••• "•••••••• Earl Kingan • . . . . . . . . . . . . .,.1 yr. 11111111
     Approval of the above named were moeed by Mr, Kingan and seconded by Mr.
     White. Un. Carried.
     It wq.s moveCi by Mr. Kingan and seconded by' Mr. Heimburg that the":following
     Be adopted as read:
     I = Evans National Bank of Angola as the Official bank for depositary.
     2 =. '];;vans, Journal as the Official Newspaper.
     3 = Board meetings = 1st. & 3rd.Mondays of· each· month at7r30 P.M.(excluding
           the months of July & August, when there will be only one mtg)
     4 = Grievance Day will be held on the 3rd. Tuesday in Feb.
     5 =.Clerk-Treas. /ll.uthori?ed to' attend' all. meetings and Training' Schools as
          deemed'necessarY'for the year with all necessary e~penses paid'by the
          Village •.
     6 =.Mayor to attend all-meetings during the year deemed necessary by him
          with all 'expenses paid py the Village.
     7 = Mayor authorized to send Trustees to any Meetings deemeCi necessary by
          him with all expense$ paid by the Village.




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25~ = New patrolman to attend Training School which is compulsary now before
  perm. appointment with all expenses,P¥id by the Village.
  9 = Village Office closed on all legal and Bank holidays.
  10 = Zoning Board Chairman1 Village Officials 1 Village Officers 1 Dept. Heads 1
  and all other Village Chairmen, of other Village groups to attend all Erie Co.
  Village Officials meetings each month from Sept~ thru. May with the exception
  of June1JulY1Aug. and Dec. with all expenses paid by the Village
  11 = Zoning Board Chairman and Planning Board Chairman to attend all meetings
        deemed necessary by the Village Board with all expenses paid by the Vill-
        age.
  Ufi. carried by full majority vote.

  Mayor Carbeck declared the above appointments and resolutions closed and
  continued with the reguat meeting.
  Mr. Robert Stoessle was present at the'meeting in rega;r:d to the unslightly,
  condition of a home owned by Mr. Fritz on Woodward Ave. A letter of complaint
  em this same rratter ,was received from Mrs. John Sack with the followi:ng
  signatures affixed to it: Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Geffers1 Joseph Fazzallar01 and
  Anthony Lauricello. Mayor Carbeck requested that the Clerk write to ,the Board
  of Health and also request a copy of letter that will be sent to the above
  party in mention.

  Building permit was received from Leonard Lerczak Jr. for a single dwelling
  to be built on John R. Drive. It was, moved and seconded that this permit be
  granted. Un. Crd.

  Police Report was read and ordered filed. At this time Mayor Carbeck read the
  list of candidates that are willing to accept the Chief of Police position in
  the Village. The list included Joseph Kane1 Millard LonkeY1 William Joycer
  Devine and Dziekonski. A meeting will be held by the Board for an interview
  with the above candidates on Mon. April Ilth.,1967, at 7130 P.M. Clerk was
  instructed to notify each of the meeting date and tim,e.

  Fire Report was read and ordered filed. Mayor Carbeck stated that he has
  received a request from the Fire Chief for the purchase of 6 additional
  plectron home receivers for the Fire Co. as there is sufficient money left
  in the Fire Co. budget to cover this expenditure. It was moved by Mr. White
  and seconded by Mr. Heimburg that the Fire Chief be authorized to make the
  purchase as requested. Un. Crd.

  Mayor Carbeck has received a letter stating that the Village is to list the
  sites that they would like to have beautified this summer on the Youth Beau-
  tification Program.
  It was moved and seconded that the Mayor be authorized to sign the PropOSal
  for street and highway lighting (copy sep. attached) Un. Crd.

 Mayor Carbeck stated that the public hearing on the tentative budget is
 open and if anyone is present at this meeting for this hearing, he would
 hear them, there being no one present ,for the, tentative budget hearing, it
 was moved by Mr. White and seconded by Mr. Kingan that the following res-
 olution be passed: Resolution adoptingthe tentative budget for the year
 commencing June Ist.,1967 and ending on May 31st.,1968: WHEREAS this Board
 of Trustees has met at the time and place specified in the Notice of Public
 Hearing on the tentative budget and heard all persons desiring' to be heard ther,
 NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED THAT the tentative budget as amended and revised al
 as hereinafter set forth is hereby adopted' and that several amounts stated to
 gether with the amounts set forth in Statement 1 as required for the payment
 of principal of and interest on indebtness be and hereby are approiated for
 the objects and purposes specified and the salaries and wages stated in such
 budget shall be and hereby affixed at the amounts shown therein effective
 June ist.,1967. Un. Crd.
                                                                                     I
Mayor Carbeck has not received any report nrom Mr. Charles Spencer to   da~59
on the Lerczak sub-division.
The discussion on the dog problem was brought up again and this was tabled
until a later date.

Mayor Carbeck read a letter he has received from Mr. Kiefer on the appraisal.

Mayor Carbeck stated that Mr. Foster Thayer and Mrs. Evelyn House will be
the two from the Library Board to work on the Library Fund together with
Mayor Carbeck and Mr. Allen White. Several other persons from various org-
anizations will also be contacted for their assistanee with this drive.

Question on labor shartage was discuss~d by Supt. Frank Gugino and the
Board Members. Mr. Gugino was given permission to contact Mr. Paternosh
and Mr. Leslie Garlock for employment in the Village.

It was moved to adjourn


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                 l'lOllnLLY HEFORT   ~'O   THE VILLAGE BOARD
                                                  i


                  March 1 through March 31, 1967


EHL~HGENCIES :

 1 Pirst-Aiel call
 J Inhalator calls
 1 Ambulance call
THAFFIC:

 1 Parl-::ing tar; issuetl
 9 Vehicle & Traffic Rrrests
 J Accidents investigRted
 I> PunerRl escorts

O'THER ACTIVITD,S:
  4 Assists to other Depts.
10 lUscellaneous complclints
  I., !1i.liGious rUschief complai.nts
  1 Petit Larceny complaint
  5 Unfounded complaints
  3 Domestic complaints
  1 Arrest for Impairing morRIs of a Minor
  1 Prisoner delivered to Erie County Pen.
  i Lodged in Town jail for the niGht
  1 Death of Natural causes investigated
  2 Dogs destroyed
  ? Dog bite complaints
  3 Record checks to other Depts.
  6 Street lights reported out
Honthly report to the Ii'. B. I.
lionthly report to Dept, of Corrections
Patrolled 2590 miles in the month of March
345.7 gallons of gasoline used by Police Dept.
 41,0 gallons of gasoline user]. by Pipe Dept.


                                           Stanley J. I-Iaronski

                                              Act. Chief




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VILLAGE OF ANGOLA FINAL BUDGET FOR 1967-68 ADOPTED APRIL 3rd.,1967.      263
ACC'1'.#     BUDGET ITEM                                     AMOUNT
GENERAL FUND
AIO         TRUSTEES
             100 - Personal Services                         3200.00
A 30        MAYOR
            100 - Personal Services                          1200.00
            400 - other expenses                              400.00
A 40        CLERK-TREAS.
            100 - Personal Servcies                          3000.00
                  !B.T.Clerk                                 1500.00
            400 - other expenses (schools for Clerk)          400.00
A 43        VILLAGE OFFICE
            200 - Equipment                                   100.00
            400 - other expenses                             2000.00
A 54        VILLAGE ATTORNEY
            100 - Personal Svces.                            2500.00
            400 - other expenses                             1500.00

A 60        VILLAGE ELECTIONS
            100 - Personal Svces.
            400 - other expenses

A 64        PLANNING BOARD
            100 - Personal Svces. (B. Inspector)              200.00
            400 - other expenses                             2800.00

A 74        VILLAGE HALL
            400 - other expenses                            4000.00

A 81        FIRE DEPARTMENT
            100 - Personal Svces.
            200 - Equipment                                  3500.00
                  Down paym. on tanker                       1000.00
            400 - other expenses                              600.00

A 82        POLICE DEPT.
            100 - Personal Svces.                           24850.00
            200 - Equipment                                  2000.00
            400 - other expenses (town radio use too)       7600.00
A 85       KEEPER OF THE POUND
           400 - other experises                               200.00

A 88        PARKING DIVISION
            200 - Equipment                                    400.00
A 100       ST. ADMINISTRATION
            100 - Personal Svces.                             14000.00
A 101       ST.   MAINTENANCE
            100   - Personal Svces.                            4800.00
            200   - Equipment                                  3500.00
            400   - other expenses                            28000.00

A 102      ST. CLEANING
           400 - other expenses                                 200.00
     A 103     SNOW REMOVAL                                                                                            ti~2
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               200 - equipmebt                                                                                          500.00
               400 - other expenses                                                                                    8000.00

     A   104   SHADE TREES
               400 - other expenses                                                                                    1000.00

     A 105     ST. LIGHTING
               400 - other expenses                                                                                    8700.00

     A 121     STORM DRAINS
               400 - other expenses                                                                                  10000.00

     A 125     REFUSE
               400 - other expenses                                                                                    8000.00

     A 209     YOUTH PROGRAM
               400 - other expenses                                                                                    2600.00

     A 234     PUBLICITY
               100 - Personal Svces.                                                                                    300.00
               400 - other expenses                                                                                     400.00

 A 290         VILLAGE GENERAL
               400 - other expenses (ins. & hosp.)                                                                       4700.00
               623 - Taxes on ViII. prop.                                                                                 200.00
               624 - Tax Adv. expenses
               628 - State Retirement
                                                                                                                          300.00
                                                                                                                         7532.00
               630 - Workmens Compensation                                                                               1600.00
               633
               650
                   -
                   -
                     Social Security
                     Contingent fund
                                                                                                                     ,)4
                                                                                                                         2500.00
                                                                                                              Si f7" "- 5'000.-00
               660 - Provo for unpd. taxes
               680 - Int. on Bonds
                                                                                                                          500.00
                                                                                                                         1000.00
A 300          690 - Serial Bonds (F.Trk. & Sts. )
                     Land purchase bond
                                                                                                                         2500.00
                                                                                                                         3000.00
               ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                     7~~c"J~k'Q0
               Estimated balance June 1,1967                                                                           30000.00
A 1005         Real Estate tax (prior yr.)
A 1401         Interest & penalties                                                                                       380.00
A 1801         Rental on bldgs.                                                                                           600.00
A 1902         Storm drain fees
A 1922         Fire protection (town)                                                                                  5000.00
A 2201         Parking meter revenue                                                                                   1700.00
A 2301         State Aid                                                                                              14000.00
               Sts. & R.R.                                                                                             3800.00
A 2302         State Aid (Youth Program)                                                                               1300.00
A 2305         Mortgage Tax                                                                                            1000.00
,A2625         Fees returned by the State                                                                               200.00
A 2928         Sales Tax                                                                                              17000.00
               Sidewalks                                                                                               1000.00
               Int. on Cert. Dep.                                                                                      1200.00
               To be raised by taxation                                                               /6.,t; 1!,G    Ie4602, 00-
                                                                                                                    1~0.
               Tax rate   = ~31.00    M.                                                                            Iii'!) '76&, "0


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    ~TER     DEPT.                                                        269
    ACCT.#           BUDGET ITEM                              AMOUNT
    F 260            PUMPING STATION
                     100 - Personal Svces.                   22,500.00
                     200 - Equipment                          4,500.00
                     400 - other expenses                   .25,000.00
    F 262            DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
                     100 - Personal Svces.                    8,236.80
                     200 - equipment                          3,000.00
                     400 - other expenses                    17,000.00

    F 263            ADMINISTRATION
                     100 - Personal Svces.                    9,000.00

    F 290            WATER   GENERAL
                     400 -   other expenses (Ins.&Hosp.)      2,000.00
                     616 -   Co.&Scljool taxes                3,500.00
                     628 -   State Retirement                 2,000.00
                     630 -   Workmens compensation            1,000.00
                     633 -   Social Security                  1,800.00
                     650 -   Contingent fund                  3,589.70
                     680 -   Int. on Bonds                    2,873.50
F 300                690 -   Serial Bonds                  _12/500.00
                                                            116,500.00
                     ESTIMATED REVENUES
                     Estimated balance June lst.,1967        27,000.00
F   1101             Village Sales                           28,500.00
F   1125             Districts                               38,000.00
F   1102             Outside sales                           22,000.00
F   1919             Misl.                                    1, 000.00
                                                            116,500.00
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A 40 - 100                                                  CLERK-TREASURER                                                                                 $ $000.00
                                                            part time clerk                                                                                  1500.00     4500.00
A 54                 100                                    ATTORNEY                                                                                         2500.00     1500.00
A 82 = 100                                                  Police Chief                                                                                     6500.00
                                                            Senior Patrolman                                                                                 5600.00
                                                            Patrolman                                                                                        4500.00
                                                            Patrolman                                                                                        4250.00
                                                            Rel. Ptlm. (Stan) 2 .~P hr. )                                                                    4000.00
                                                            Rel. Ptlm. (other)2.00 hr.)                                                                                 24850.00
A 100 - 100                                                 Alton Orr                                                                                         5510.40
                                                            Frank Gugino                                                                                      4000.00    9510.00
                                                            William Newcomb (2.~ hr.)
                                                            Rel. laborers   (2.00 hr.)
                                                                                                                                              ........        4800.00
                                                                                                                                                                - -41,360.00
WATER DEPT.
F 260 - 100                                              L.Widmer                                                                                             5700.00
                                                         R.Beck                                                                                               5100.00
                                                         G.Letzin                                                                                             5100.00
H                                                        H.Kuhn                                                                                               4368.00
                                                         D.Hosl~r  (rel.)                                      2.45 hr.)
                                                         Other rel. oper)                                      2.00 hr.)                                      2232.00   22,500.00
F 262-100                                                A.Ware                                                                                               5834.40
                                                         W.Newcomb (J.,)                                                                                      2402.40
                                                         Laborers
F 2lD3 -100                                              ADMINISTRATION
                                                         Clerk-Treas.                                                                                         3000.00
                                                         Part time Clerk                                                                                      2000.00
                                                         Frank Gugino                                                                                         4000.00    9,000.00
                                                                                                                                                                        39,736.80

I hereby vertify that this is a true copy of the bUdget of the Village of
Angola, N.Y. for the fiscal year commencing on June lst.,1967 and ending on
May 3lst.,1968, as it was adopted by the Village Board on April 3rd.,1967.
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                                                                                                                        Signed:>:??~......v. (!). a~4
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                                                                                                                        Title              Clerk-Treas.
                                                                                                                                          -Village aI Angola, N.Y.
                                                  279
                            INDEX


           B.Permit - Ross Guarino
           Spec. on Fire Co. Tanker
           Police Chief App.
           New St. Light
           Audit received.
           Tulmello Prop.
           Mtg. Sysacuse
           Gravel and Hwy. materials Specs.
           Hydts. to be rep. by Water Dept. men
           Transfer for A 43-400




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                          REG U L ARM E E TIN G
                                                                         277
                           Monday April 17th.,1967

     The Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y.
was held at the Village Meeting room on Monday April 17th.,1967.

        Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7130 P.M.
PRESENT:          Donald L. Carb~ck           Mayor
                  Earl Kingan                 Trustee
                  Allen White                 II 11 II II II II II

                  Carl Iannello               II II II II II 11 II

                  Jene Heimburg               11111111111111



Building Permit was received from Ross Guarino to erect a new dwelling on
John R. Drive. It was moved by Mr. Iannello and seconded by Mr. White that
this permit be granted. Un. Crd.

Specifications for the new tanker for the Angola Vol. Fire Co. were reviewed
by the Board and it was m?ved py Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that
the specifications first be approved by the Fire Co. Un. Crd.
POLICE DEPT.
Report of police canvass was given by Mayor Carbeck and Police Com. White.
An interview was held with the candidates and it was moved by Mr. White and
2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following resolution be passed: WHEREAS Joseph
P. Kane has successfully passed the Civil Service examination for Police
Chief of the Village of Angola and he being amongst the three highest of
those eligible who will accept the position, NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED
that Joseph p. Kane be and hereby is appointed Police Chief for the Vill-
age of Angola effective June lst.,1967 at an annual salary of $6500.00.
Such appointment to be on a 6 month probatioary period basis. Un. Crd.

It was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following res-
olution be passed RESOLVED that in accordance with Agreement dated 4/6/67
the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. be directed to make the following changes
in the street lighting system in Village of Angola. Location = Lincoln St.
Pole # NM-6 to install 175 W-MV # 1 at annual rate of $40.00. Un. Crd.

Discussion was held on the revision.of the present dog ordinance. This was
tabled until next meeting.

Mayor Carbeck stated that he has received a copy of the Village Audit that
was conducted and it is available for any of the Board Members to read.

Discussion was held on the Tulmello property due to several complaints being
received as this property is a hazard to the public. Mayor will instruct the
Fire Chief and Bldg. Inspector to view this condition and to file a written.
complaint to the Board so further action may be taken by the Health Dept.

May~r Carbeck stated that the N.Y.Conference of Mayors Meeting will be held
in Syracuse N.Y. from June 11th. - 15th. and he would like to have some of
the Board Members attend this sees ion if at all possible. Mayor and Clerk
Treas. will be attending this School.

Specifications are being drawn up by Village Atty. Hurst on the Gravel and
Hwy. materials for the new fiscal year.

Letter was received from the Fire Co. that the Fire Co. parking lot will be
used for the months of July and August for their Carnival,~Fire Drills and
Drum Corp rehearsals.
278
  Mayor Carbeck discussed the Library report on the new bldg. More details will
e advailable for next meeting.
WATER DEP,T.
Com. Heimburg stated that he will tend to the repairs of the hydrants as soon
as possible as the Village water system will have to be shut down to make the
necessary repairs.
Discussion was held on the deplorable condition of the trash burner at the rear
of the business stores on No. Main St. Mayor Carbeck is in favor of having this
burner removed completely. It was decided that the Clerk write to the Merchants
in this area and ask for their approval of the removal of this burner.

Discussion was held on the Firemen's exemptions and this was tabled until next
meeting.

Request was made by the Clerk-Treas. for a transfer needed in A 43-400. It was
moved by Mr. Kingan and .and. by Mr. Iannello that the su,mof $.1000.00 be trans-
ferred from A 74-400 to A 43-400; Un. Crd.

Mayor Carbeck announced that Sunday April 30th.,1967, will be the date for the
Open House for the New Village office. Time 3 P.M - 6 P.M

The following bills were submitted for payment by the Clerk-Treas. - Water Dept.
Cks. # 236-379 total of $1724.41 and General Dept. cks. # 310-604- total of $2921.7
It was moved and 2nd. to pay bills as submitted. Un. Crd.

It was moved and 2nd. to adjounr. Un. Crd.

                            fih~i'e'~




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                            INDEX


      Fire Dept. report
      Police Rept.
      Ronald Wasmund empl. as relief operator
      Trash burner to be removed
      Zonin'j Board new appollmtments
      Dog Ordinances
      Mr. Widmer designated as Chief Operator
      New chlorinator
      DiSarno's prop. for dumping site
      transfers




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                                                996
                                                      I
                                  REGULAR           M E E T I NG                             2';5
                                     Monday May Ist.,1967

      The Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
      held at the new Village Office on Monday May Ist.,1967.

      Meeting was called to order at 7130 P.M. by Mayor Carbeck.

      PRESENT:           Donald L. Carbeck            Mayor
                         Allen White                  Trustee
                                                       11111111111111
                         Carl Iannello
                                                       II II II II II II II
                         Earl Kingan
                                                       II II II II 111111
                         Jene Heimburg

      Fire Dept. teportwas read and ordered filed. Also a cumminication was
      received from the Fire Chief on a verification from/the Fire Co. in regard
      to a motion made and passed at the Fire Meeting by the Fire Co. in request
      for a new tank truck and the approval of the specifications that were sub-
      mitted to the Village Board for their approval. Discussion was held on the
      question of the amount for this water tank truck and it was suggested by
      the Bqaro., thaj:, ;L):: jJo.ul<;i,.bempre ofll-fl, advantag~e to the Fire Co. i f they
      wouid trade   in   'the 'International FirEi'Trucktowards a new tank and pumper
      track rather than to invest all of this money in just a water tank truck.
      Suggestion was made that the Board should meet with the Fire Chiefs and the
      Fire Commissioners on this matter.

       Police Report was recwived and ordered filed. A list of First aid items was
       submitted to the Board that the Police Dept. received from the Red Cross
       unit through Charles Blancard. Police Com. White gave a report on three
      ,items that have been requested by Police Chief Joseph Kane for the Police
       Dept. namely: a camera, finger print dusting kit and a amphifier system for
       the police car. Estimated total being around $500.00. It was moved by Mr.
       Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that Police Com. White be given authority
       to purchase these items if found necessary for the Dept. Un. Crd.
                                      J.'                1·       .

      Request was made by Water Com. Heimburg for employment of Ronald Wasmund
      as,a part time relief operator· at the wage of $2.00 per hour. It was moved
      by Mr •. Iannello.and,2nd. by .. Mr."Whi.tethat i:his, request be granted. Un. Crd.

      St. Dept.
      St. Com. Iannello reported that his street work is under way and that at
      present he requests that the specifications be drawn up and' ready for pub-
      lication for the highway materials for this new fiscal year. Mayor Carbeck
      reported on the trash burner in the Main St. parking lot area. It was moved
      by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that this burner be dismantled as
      soon as possible and this area cleaned off for parking space. Un. Crd.
      It was moved'by Mr. Iannelmo and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following res-
      olutionoe passed: 'Resolved tne following bamedpersons are hereby appointed
'I    to the Angola Zoning Board of Appeals for a three year term commencing
I'I   April Ist.,196~ through March 3lst.,1969:
I     Floyd Wilson (Chairman)f Peter DelPrince1 Frank Faraci1 Donald Loeweq and
      Vincent Walters. Un. Crd.

      Dog Ordiances: Mr Floyd Hurst was authorized to prepare                 an addition or re-
      vised section to this ordinance for next meeting.

      Request was presented by Mr. Heimburg in regard to Mr. Widmer not being re-
      appointed at the Re-Organization meeting as a Chief Operator. A legal app-
      ointment cannot be made under this as this title was not created, but the
      following resolution was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello
276
 Resolved: Leo Widmer be and hereby is designated                           Ch~Ef    operator at the water
 plant. Un. Crd.
 Mr. Heimburg'request approval from the Board for the purchase of a new ChlorinatoI
 machine that is needed at the plant and there being enough funds in the Water
 Dept. he would like to order this equipment as soon as possible. It was moved by
 Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Heimbuergthat this request be permitted for the
 purchase of this new machine at the sum of $992.70 which was quoted by Mr. HeimbuI
 Un. t!'rd.

 By Laws of the Youth Recreation were received and they were tabled until next
 meeting.

 Complaints are being received on several pieces of property in the Village
 that are a health and fire hazard. Mayor Carbeck will contact Mr. Donald
 Heimburg the BUilding Inspector and Fire Chief Belson Arnold on this.

 Letter was received from William Houston District Prin. of the Lake Shore Cent.
 Scjj.ool in'regard to the property owned by Arthur DiSarno on Mill St. as being
 used for a dumping site so that this area can be filled in and graded off to'
 eliminate the-health hazard that now exists. Mayor Carbeck will contact Mr.
 DiSarno's representavie from this area and will have a more detailed report on
 this matter for next meeting, in regard to the amount requested, in the mean-
 ime it was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that the following res-
 olution be passed: Resolved the Village offer to purchase from Arthur DiSarno
 the Mill street property for the sum of $300.00. Un. Crd.

 It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following res-
 olution be passed: Whereas, under Code item A 54 in the 1966-67 Budget, Sub-
division 400, the sum of $2000.00 was allocated. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,
hat $1500.00 of item be transferred to item A 54-100 and the same be paid to
Floyd Hurst, Village Atty., for non-routine services rendered during the fiscal
year 1966-67 and his salary be adjusted accordingly. Un. Crd.
The following transfers were requested by the Treas. and BUdget Direqtor: Water
Dept. F 260-400      =
                  $2000.00 from F 262-4001 and $61.53 from F290-a50 fooF 290-400.
It was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. White that the transfers be made. Un.Cr'
The following bills were submitted for payment: Water Dept. cks. # 246-395~ total
of $3683.18 and Gen. Cks. # 322-623 total of $2916.05. Moved and seconded to pay
bills as submitted. Un. Crd.
An informal discussion was held on the Law suit against the Village by Mr. Walter
Gunq·e,l[map S!po., r,.a );'lfy·);Jeji'i/'§!J;'... ,MqlfEl !J.~t;jii:l;fl., op,.t:n:!-s" Cl.1"pe~t; !Jl!~et ing •
It was moved and seconded to                                          U • Crd.
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                                                                       ~'
                    FIRE REPORT FOR APRIL 1967
                                                                          281
4/8/67 = Village Parking lot incenerator. Garbage burning. Called by Jene
         Heimburg at 7145 P.M .• Returned to quarters at 8115 P.M. Truck #1
         3 men.

4/9/67 = John Haskins - Henry Rd. Evans. Shed burned down. Called by Radio
         Control at 6145 P.M. Released at 7130 P.M Trucks # 1-4 & 5
         responded. 19 men answered the alarm.

4/15/67= John R. Drive. Woods fire. Called by radio control at 2120 P.M
         Released at 3120 P.M. Trucks # 1 & 5 responded. 17 men answerea
         the alarm.

4/21/67= Stand-by at Fire Hall. Electric off. Car cut off Power pole on
         Lake St. 10145 P.M. to 11115 P.M. 2 men stood by.

4/24/67= Mutual Aid to Lake Erie Beach Fire Co. Called by radio control at
         7:A.M. Released at 7130 A.M. House belonging to Josephine Catalino
         on fire. Trucks # 1 & 5 responded. 13 men answered the alarm.

4/26/67= Woodman - So. Main St., Village. Old Hotel & Apt. House. Called
         by radio control at 4110 P.M. released at 2 9130 P.M. Trucks #
         1-2 & 5 responded. 25 men answered the alarm.

4/30/67= Ro¥te 20 across from Emco. Woods fire. Called by radio control
         at 3100 P.M. released at 3130 P.M. Trucks # 1-3 & 5 responded.
         19 men answered the alarm.




                                           Respectfully sbbmitted by:

                                       ~~~~
                                           Nelson Wm. Arnold
                                           Fire Chief
                                           Angola Vol. Fire Co. Inc.




                                                                              I
                                                       . 95


               MONTHLY REPORT TO THE VILLAGE BOARD
                April 1 through April 30, 1967

EMERGENCIES:
 3 First Aid calls
TRAFFIC:
 3 V & T arrests
 1 Parking tag issued
 5 Funeral escorts
 Directed traffic for 2 fires
OTHER ACTIVITIES:
 2  Arrests for Burglary
 1  Arrest for Assault 3rd
 3  Arrests for Public Intoxication
 1  Prisoner delivered to Erie County Jail
 1  Petit Lardeny complaint
 1  Milicious Mischief complaint
12  Miscellaneous complaints
 5 Unfounded complaints
 4 Domestic complaints
 3 60mplaints of trouble with neighbors
 1 Dog compla.int
 1 Dog bite complaint
 5 Complaints of persons missing from Village
 2 Eviction notices served
 1 .Revocation Order enforcell
 4 Assists to Other Depts.
 11 Trial Q·ttended
 1 Business Place with Unlocked door.
 5 Street lights reported out
Monthly Report to F.B.I.
Monthly Report to Dept. of Cor~ections
Patrolled 2600 miles in April
362.7 gallons of gasoline used by Police Dept.
 64.4 gallons of gasoline used by Fire Dept •




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     Cunningham request for parking area
     Jerry Ruhl - Library report
     Allen Miller - Prob. period up Aug. 6.1967
     Leter from Town Police
     Mr. Zimmer - Crib mnspection
     Transfers requested by St. Coml
     Mtg. for Planning Board in Lancaster.
     Joint mtg. on May 24th.
     Purchase of DiSarno & Scwhert prop. on Mill St.
     Concrete-Gravel and Garbage specs. approved.
     Trans. for Al. ,.7 are salary.




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                                      Mon. May 15th.,1967
       The regular meefihg of the Board of Trustees , Village of An'gola:; N.Y. was
       held on Monday May 15th.,1967, at the new Village office.
                                                            ,
c,     ME?eting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7130 P.M.

       PRESENT:           Donald L. Carbeck       Mayor
                          Earl Kingan             Trustee
                                                   II II 1/ II II II II
                          Allen White
                                                   II 11 II II II II II
                          Jene Heimburg
                                                   11111111111111
                          Carl Iannello

       Mr., ·Edward Cunningham and Mr. Thomas Christopher were present at the meet-
       ing in regard to the request of either widening or supplying a parking area
       between the curb and sidewalk on Maple St. for the customer parking for
       Niagara Mohwak and .Iroquois gas; Co's. Niagara Mohawk is willing to split the
       expenses that will be involved if this request will be granted. There. were
       pros and cons amongst the Board Members for this request and it was suggested
       tnat the Village can prOVide the fill but the'Niagara Mohawk will have to
C'C'   bear the full expense of any blacktop or other topping that will be used.

       Mr. Jerry Ruhl was present at the meeting with a report on his findQngs for
       the Leone Bldg. being used as a Village Library. He stated that the Library
       equipment and books will be furnished by the County, but the expesnes for
       the building itself will be a Village expense. Questioned on the architec-
       tural expenses, he stated that their fee is normally 12% of the construct-
       ion total (meaning, heatinglplumbinglelectrical and Engineering costs).
       Money was not appropraated in the new Village budget for any expenses for
       the Library as it was understood that the Library would raise the inital
       payment this year for the Library.

       'Mayor' Carbeck received some data from Sanford Fire Co. and as soon as other
        data is received from other Fire Equipment Companmes, they will act on set-
        ting up the' specs. '-,for. !the new tank trUCk.
                  'y  ,,' . . ,      :,.      '

       ~etter was received frbm the personnel office on-Allen Miller completeing
       his training and that his probationary period will be up Aug. 6,1967.

       Letter was received on complaints from the Town on the Police calls for the
       Village. Letter was not submitted to the Clerk for the full contents, so
       motion was made by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello tm t Mr. White
       handle this complain t.

       Water Dept.: Mr. Heimburg stated that Mr. Zimmer was at the plant and made
       the annual inspection of the water intake and a letter was received from
       him for added work that has to,be made on the ,crib. It was moved by Mr.
       Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. White that Mr. Zimmer be allowed to continue with
       the necessary repairs as soon as possible. Un. Crd.

       St. Dept: Mr. Iannello reported on the street projects to be started within
       the near future and also stated that he s;o des;ires; to have transfers; made
       from the unexpended balances in s;ome of his; Sit. budgets; due to the weather
       conditions; making it impos;sible to finish up the work s;tarted with funds;
       from the old fiscal yr. budget. Mr. Kingan s;uggested that this; be tabled until
       the las;t meeting this; month so a complete bUdget fund report be made on each
       of the items.

       Mayor Carbeck s;tated that there will be a meeting to be held in Buffalo on
       June 9th.,1967 at 10100 A.M. at the State Office Bldg. s;hould anyone be


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Available to attend.
Letter was received on a Summer Clinic to be held by the Erie Co. Advisory
Board of Planning in Lancaster,' N.Y. and the attendance fee is $2.75 per person,
and that several of the Planning Board Members woufd like to attend. It was
moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. White that permission be granted for this
attendance by the Planning Board with expenses paid by the Village. Un. Crd.

Mayor Carbeck stated that on May 24th. at 7130 P.M a joint meeting will be
held by the Village Board, the Town Board and the Erie Co. Sewer Dist. # 2.
Resolutions from the Youth Rec. were tabled.

Mayor Carbeck stated that he contacted several of the nearby resi~ents on
the'sewer line and he has obtained the easement from Mrs. Carl Hepfinger.

Mayor Carbeck requested that Mt. Charles Joy make a study of the sewer problem
on Washington St. at the Joe Mendola residence and to give Mr. Gugino a report
on this for the next mtg.
Disdussion was held on the DiSarno property and the Schwert property at Mill
St. ,to be used for a dumping site in order to fill trat area up. The following
resolution was passed: RESOLVED: The Mayor be and hereby is authorized to
negotiate for the purchase of the Arthur DiSarno property and the adjoining vacanl
lot of Virginia Schwert for the sum of $800.00 each. Said ppoperty being the low
lyLng vacant land fronting on the south side of Mill St. at Big Sister Creek. Un.
Crd. Moved by Mr. Iannel'lo and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg.

Specifications received were as follows:
Concrete = Moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg. - Un. Crd.
Gravel   = 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Mr. Wijite 1111111111111111

Garbage = """""""""Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by, Mr. Kingan                              II II II II II II II II




It.was moved and seconded that the Clerk be authorized to advertise for bids.
Un. Crd.

Transfer was requested by TreaS. for the amount of $64.37 to cover the balance
of Alfred Ware I s salary. It was moved ,by Mr. Kingan a~ 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg
that "this ,.,transfer be made by the, Treas. Un. Crd..(Ja... _ ?.p ~t5 ;>rjZ'd-/e,G', ~
                                                                                                        4a7~"~ d~V
The following bills were submitted for payment: Water Dept. cks. # 253-414 total
of $2261.801 General Dept. Cks. # 341-658 - total ,of $4107.53. It was, moved and
2nd.:that the Clerk-Trease be permitted to pay bills as submitted. Un. Crd.

It was moved and 2nd. to adjourn for a short meeting on May 26th. to close
out the bills for the Old~~ ~~ Un. Crd.
                                     _~I'::.~L-                                Mayor


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                      ()                       MARIANNE ARNOLo,!                       '                  , , ' •

                                              ~:<~.~~!::r~'TreaSUr$r :.~~      Clerk •
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          Fire report
          Complaint on Tulmello & Woodman bldgs.
          Police report
          Hourly rate - S.Maronski
          Resignation Reid Smith
          Hourly rate - Bill Newcomb
          Parking lots to be oilEid.
          Trash burner to be removed.
          Complaint at Bigelow's bldg. on Lake St.
          New voucher resol. for change.
          Youth ByLaws
          July and Aug. mtg. dates'
          Resol. on Concreter gravelr Hepfinger easement, and Vassallo refuse bids.




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                                            JUNE 1,1967




               FIRE REPORT FOR MAY 1967




NO FIRE OALLS.
NO MUTUAL AID OALLS.



               ANGOLA VOL. FIRE OO.INO.
             \1<-Q:,L1ivt ~J:;:;(U~t FIRE OHIEF.




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                                                                                 Phone: 549-1126
                                                         VILLAGE HALL .                                    ANGOLA, N. Y.

                                                                                MONTHLY                    REPORT


          EMERGENCIES:
           8   First Aid calls
          TRAFFIC:
           3   V&T arrests
           5 Funeral escorts
           1   Parade
          OTffiER ACTIVITIES:
           3   Molester complaints
           5 Unfounded complaints
           2  Reported street lIghts
          12  M,iscellaneous Complaints
           5 Dog complaints
           4 Milicious mischief complaints
           8 Assists to other departments
           2 Revoctations
           1 Petit larcenies
           1 Attempted burglary
           1 Missing persons
           11 Fire call
           2 Record checks
           3 Domestic complaints
           1 Attended preliminary hearing
           1 Attended grand jury
           1 Arrest for burglary
          Monthly re'port to the, F.B.I.
          MonthJ1y report, to, the Department of Correction.
          Quarterly report to MVB.
          Patrolled 2722 miles during the month of May.
          356.5 gallons of gasoline used by the Police Dept.
          13.3 gallons of gasoline used by the Fire Dept.


                                                                                                                                               Chief of Police
                                                                          -          -                                                         <Toseph Kane




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                              REG U L A R            M E E TIN G               289
                                 Monday June 5th.,1967.
    The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
    held on Monday June 5th.,1967, at the new Village office.

    Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7130 P.M.

    PRESENT:         Donald L. Carbeck - Mayor
                     Carl Iannello     - Trustee
                                         11111111111111
                     Allen White
                                         1111'111111 jIll
                     Jene Heimburg
                                         II II II II /I 11 II
                     Earl Kingan

    FIRE DEPT.:
    Fire report was received f~om Chief Arnold and. ordered filed.
    Letter was received in regard to the Tulmello property on York St. and the
    remains of the Woodman building on South Main St. Both have been declared
    a health hazard by the Fire Dept. Chief and the Police Dept. At present
    the Village does not have any ordinance on the removals of such buildings,
    so it was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following
    resolution be adopted: RESOLVED: that proposed ordinance for repair or rem-
    oval of unsafe and unsightly bUildings be prepared for study and later
    adoption. Un. Crd.
    POLICE DEPT:
    Resignation was received from Ptl. Reid Smith becoming effective on June 17,
    1967. Ptlm. Smith is entering the N.Y.State Troopers and will not be able to
    work as Village Ptlm. It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello
    that the resignation be accepted. Un. Crd.
    Discussion was held on the hourly rate for Stanley Maronski as relief ptlm.
    that was an error on the salary schedule set up in May on this, at that time
    Stanley Maronski was listed for $2.75 hr. which shomld of been $2.10 hr.
    It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that this rate be
    corrected to .$2.10 an hr. for Mr. Maronski. Un. Crd. ~olice report read and
    filed.
    WATER DEPT:
    Water Com. reported that he has work to be done at _the plant as soon as the
    men are available to start. Discussion was held on the hourly rate for
    William Newcomb, a part time laborer in the water dept. It was moved by Mr.
    Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that Mr. Newcomb is to receive $2.00 hr.
    as part time laborer. Un. Crd.

    ST. DEPT:
    St. Com. reported that he will start oiling the parking lots on Wed. of
    this week, and will also start the street repairing as soon as possible.
    Mayor Carbeck stated that the trash burner must be removed from the park-
    ing lot as soon as possible.
    Complaints have been received from the noise at the Bigelow In s. office
    which has been let out to a Youth group for orchestea rehearsals. Clerk
    was instructed to notify Mr. Bigelow on these complaints.

    It was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following resol-
    ution be adopted: Resolved: That the requirement that vouchers be acknow-
    ledged before a notary be eliminated and the clerk is authorized to use
    vouchers requiring certification only, for future use. Un. Crd.
    It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the XllilmlXI!lXXm!l.BX
    By Laws from the Youth Recreation be accepted subject to the insertion of
    Village of Angola in all arears where only Town of Evans has been designated.
    Un. Crd.


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 Mayor Carbeck stated that the meeting for July will be held on the 10th. of that
month and the mtg. in Aug. will beheld on Aug. 7th.

Mayor Carbeck gave a brief report on the Erie Co. Sewer Mtg. that was held this
~ast week at the Lake Shore High School.


It was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the following res-
olution be adopted: WHEREAS, bids were advertised for covering the purchase of
gravel products for use during 1967-68 and whereas it has become apparent that
different specifications are required, NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that the
Clerk is directed to return the one bid received, unopened and the new spec-
ifications as submitted are hereby approved and new bids to be received and
opened June 19th.,1967 at 8 P.M. Un. Crd.

It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the following resolution
be adppeted: Resolved: The bids received from Evans Bldrs. Supply having been
the only one received for transit mixed concrete and that having been on a
modified basis it is Resolved that such bid be rejected and notice republished for
June19th.,1967, at 8 P.M. Bid deposit of $250.00 to be returned by the Clerk to.
Evans Builders. Un. Crd.

It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following res-
olution be adopted: Whereas there is a need for a sewer line to be installed
along Orchard Ave. across the land of Carl and Antionette Hepfinger, NOW THERE
            RESOLVED that the Mayor is authorized to sign the said easement. Un. Crd.
FORE ;I:T IS. .
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It waS moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the following res-
olution be adopted: RESOLVED: Bids having been receid from Sam Vassallo at the
price of $7069.00 and from Jos. Ball at $8840.00 and the advertisement having been
duly published and the bids received and opened at 8 P.M. NOW THEREFORE IT IS
RESOUE~ that the bid of Sam Vassallo be accepted at the sum of $7069.00. Un. Crd.

The foIlowin~ bills were submitted for payment by the Treas. Water Dept. cks.
#1 - 8 = Total of $630.391 General Dept. cks. # 1 - 25 = $4372.07. It was maved
and 2nd. to pay bills as submitted. Un. Crd.

It was moved and 2nd. to
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    Floyd Milliken on corner complaint.
    Jerry Ruhl and F.Tha~r on Library report.
    Transfer for Library Fund bldg.
    Frank Borzillire on Police Dept. complaint.
    Town of Evans ptlm. for Village work
    Tax correction for Roger Beck.
    Bldg. permits : Riehle ~ Rietz.
    No Summer vacations for Water Dept.
    Fire Co. st. dance.
    Bids : Pipe~ Gravel and Concrete.




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                                                                            297
                           Monday June 19,1967.

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
held at the Vfllage office on Commercial St. 9n Monday June 19th., 1967.

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7r30 P.M.

PRESENT:       Donald L. Carbeck      Mayor
               Allen White            Trustee
                                       11111111111111
               Carl Iannello
               Jene Heimburg           II II II II II II II

ABSENT:        Earl Kingan             11111111111111




Mr. Floyd Milliken was present at the meeting with a complaint on the vac-
ant lot ,on the corner of Center & No. Main Sts. The grass and weeds are high
and it is a hazardous site due to bottles and debri laying in the tall weeds.
Other complaints were also received on empyylots belonging to Ricci on Com.
St. and Bowman on Center St. Clerk was instructed to notify each lot owner
of the complaints received and that the lots are to be cleared of all high
weeds and other debris.
Mr. Jerry Ruhl was present at the meeting with a report on the Library.
Mr. Foster Thayer was also pres net and gave a full report of the meeting
that was held in regard to the new building. Recommendation was made for a
joint meeting between the Village Board Members, the Libray Board and the
Architector. Meeting was set for Thursday June 22nd., 1967, at 7r30 P.M.
at the new Village Office.
It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following res-
olution be adopted: RESOLVED: Whereas Jerry Ruhl on behalf of Whitcher &
Associates Architects, Orchard Park, N.Y. have been consulted relative to
Architectuaral services in connection with the plans and specifications etc.
regarding the new proposed Library at No. Main St., Angola', N.Y. at the
following basis: Preliminary services - 3% of estimated cost of construction.
Contract plans & specificat:ions - 6% of low bidr Supervisory services - 3%
of construction cost. (This to be paid as Federal Funds are made available
for Arch. services.) NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that the Mayor be auth-
orized to sigh the approval letter. Un. Crd.
It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following res-
olution be passed: RESOLVED: the sum of $2000.00 be transferred from Cont-
ingent fund # A290-650 into A 290-550 New Library Building Fund. Un' Crd.
It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following res-
olution be passed: Resolved: that the Mayor be authorized to negotiate and
enter i~to and option to purchase the land and bUilding at No. Man St.
Angola, N.Y. at the purchase price of$17;000.00 plUS adjustments. Un Crd.

Mr. Fran~ Borzillire was ,present at'the meeting with a report that he made
on the. Villag.e Police Dept. in. regard to an accident that a Village Patrolman
had at 9145 P.M. on June 8th.,1967, which was not reported to the Village
Chief or Village Board until several days later, and the complaint also made
on the Village patrol car being outside of Village limits for personal use
and also at which time the Village police dept. had received a call for the
inhalatlor on York St., in the Village. Question also came up on "Non-Vill-
age Personnel" riding in the police car. Chief Boseph Kane WgS preeent at
the meeting and answered several of the questions and he also stated that he
would post a notice in.the police room ~n regard to the riders. At this
time Chief Kane requested permission from the Board on Allen Miller working
part time for the Town Police Dept. He stated that he has secured permission
from the Personnel Office in Buffalo, and also from Chief Crawford of the
Town Police Dept. for mutual help • Chief Kane presented to the Board two
298
 applications from 2 Town of Evans patrolmen that will work part time for any'
 emergency in the Village police Dept. Applications received were from Steve
 Solinski and Tom Wilson. It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello
 that the following resolution be passed: Whereas frequent occassions arise
 that the services of trained police are needed to ,augment the Village police
 Dept. on a part time basis, NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that the Village Chief
 of Police be and is authorized to employ the services of Thomas Wilson and
 Stephen Solinski as part time police as needed at the rate of $2.00 per. hr.
 Un. Crd.
 It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following
 resolution be passed: Resolved: Whereas an error was made in the entry of
 the amount of assessment in the Tax roll book covering item # 202-136
 assessment of Roger Beck, Parkside Ave., Angola, N.T. entered at $6100.00
 instead of the correct figure of $5900.00, Now therefore it is resolved
 that such assessment be correctly stated at $5900.00 and the tax be correctly
 computed and collected thereon at $182.90 insteid of $189.10. Un. Crd.
 St. Dept:
 St. Com. Iannello reported that he is ready for the street work and Mr. Gugino
 was instructed to contact Mr. Wickson on the grade crossing work immediately.
 Mr. Gugino stated that he will be away at a School session from July 10-11 &12th.
 Building permits were received from: Gerald Riehle to erect a private garage
 on his property at Allen St. and from Raymond Rietz to erect a new home on
 Terrylynn Dr. It was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. White that the
 permits be granted. Un. Crd.
 Discussion was held in regard to letters that have been published in the Evans
 Journal by Walter Gunderman opposing the Library site. Mayor Carbeck gave a
 report on the item that he is going to have published in answer to Mr. Gund-
 rman's complaints.
 Discussion was held by Mr. Heimburg in regard to vacations taken during the
 summer months of June, July and August for the pump station operators.
 In 1961 at was moved by the Board that all Water personnel and Police personnel
 could not take a vacation during the summer months. It was moved that this
uruling still be enforced and notice given to each Dept. Head.
 Request came in from the Fire Co. for permission to hold a street dance during
 their Fire Carnival nites. It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Heimbueg
 that permission be granted provided that the Fire Co. fire police will handle
 all the necessary details and submit a copy of this to the Police Comm. Allen
 White. un. Crd.
 BID OPENIN GS:
 TRANSITE~XED CONCRETE:
 Whereas bids were-adv;rtised for the purchase of transite mixed concrete, opened
 and read aloud and the following bid having been the sole bid received, such
 bid being accompanied by a cash deposit of $250.00, NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVr~
 that purchases of mixed concrete by the Village be from Evans Builders Supply.       !

 Inc. at the bid prices: 1 yard - $22.001 2 yds. - $20.001 3 yrds. or more     I I
 at $17.00 per yd. and the $250.00 cash be held by the Clerk until receipt of     I
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 the performance bond in the amount of $2500.00 upon receipts of which the       )
 cash is to be returned to the bidder. Un. Crd. (Moved by Mr. Iannello and
 2nd. by Mr. White)
 ROUND TYPE GRAVEL BID
 Whereas bids were advertised for the pucchase of gravel materials, opend and
 read aloud, being received from Evans Builders Supply, Inc. at the following
 bid prices: (Next page)



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  PIPE
  It-was moved by Mr. Iannelo and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following res-
  olution be passed: Resolved, Whereas bids were advertised for the purchase of C
  Class 1500 Cement asbestos Sewer pipe 6"18" and 10" diameter and WHEREAS
  bids were received, opened and read aloud from:,                      .
  L.A.Hazard , North EvaBB, N.Y. = 6" - .734:1 8" = @ 1.00 and 10"- $1.34 per
  lineal ft. and from Erb & Co.Inc., 6" @ .691 8" @ 1.11 and 10'" @ 1.52 per
  lineal ft. Now therefore it is resolved that the 6" pipe be purchased from
  the Erb & Co. and the 8" and 10" be purchased from L.A. Hazard & Co. at the
  respective prices quoted. Un. Crd.
  The following bills weee submiteed for payment: Water dept. cks. # 1-19=
  $2243.79 and Gen. Dept. cks. # 1 - 53 at $24,996.94. It was moved and
  seconded that 11 bills submitted be paid. Un. Crd.
  It was moved and 2nd. to adjounr to July 10th.,1967 for the next meeting,
  due to there only being one meeting conducted in July and the month of Aug.
  Un. Crd.




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                           INDEX

B.Permits: McDonald and Wilk
Fire Report
Police Report and request for riot hats and shotgun.

Allen Miller appointment date
Richard White - Complaint on ducks
                               ,
Sam Tripi - complaint on Tulmello property.
Woodman Tax
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                               ANGOLA POLICE DEPT MONTHLY REPORT
                                    TO THE VILLAGE BOARD
                                     JUlm 1st   to June 30, i967

                EMERGENCIES:
                4 First Aid calls
                2 Ambulance calls
                5 Inhalator Calls
                TEAFFIC:
                1 Accident investigated
                2 V&T arrests made
                2 Funeral escorts
                Other Activities:
                5 Petty Larceny complaints
                1 Burglary Complaint
                1 Illegal entry complaint
                3 Malicious mischief complaints
                3 Prowler Complaints
                1 Dog Bire complaint
                1 Dog Ordinance Violation
                18 Misc, complaints
                4 Domestic complaints
                6 Unfounded complaints
                4 Reported kidnapped from Village ( turned over to State Police)
                1 Arrest for Assault second
                2 Arrests for petit larceny
                2 Salesmen escorted from Village
                1 Stolen car reported (unfounded)
                1 Dog destroyed
                14 Assists to other d~partments
                3 Eecord checks for other agencies.
                3 Motor Vehicle Eevocations enforced.
                2 Juvenile beer parties broken up
                5 Meters reported jammed
                3 Street lights reported out
                Monthly report to Dept. of Correction
                   II      II     FBI
                Eecovered
                1 Parking meter
                2 Bicycles
                1 Case of Bread
                Patrolled 2318 Niles dur ing month of June
                338.1 Gallons of gasoline used by police dept
                  9.5 Gallons of gasoline used by Fire dept.
                                                                   Chief of Police
                                                                Joseph p. Kane
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               FIRE REPORT FOR JUNE 1967


6-7-67  Aar accident-Main St.Village.Called bt Radio Control at
        8:15 P.M. released at 9:00 P.M. Truck # 2 responded.I5 Men
answered the alarm. Booster lines were used to wash glass,oil and
anti-freeze off street.


6-7-67 N.Y.C.R.R.right away-Grass Fire,Delameter Rd.& Eden Evans
Center Rd.Called by Radio Control at II:30 A.M. released at 12:30
P.M. Trucks # I & 5 responded.IO Men answered the alarm.Booster lines
used.

6-12-67 Car Fire.Route 5 near Beach Rd.Called by Radio Control
at I:OO A.M. released at 2:IO A.M. Trucks I & 5 responded.I3 Men
answered the alarm. Car cut off telephone Pole Off.

6-21-67 Town of Brant Dump,Hard Pan Rd.Brant,N.Y.Called by Radio
Control at 4:00 A.M. released at 5:30 AM.Trucks I & 5 responded.
16 Men answered the alarm. Truck 4 also responded.

                         RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED,
                    ~)~id ~~r                    FIRE CHIEF.
                         ANGOLA VOL. FIRE CO. INC.




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                        REGULAR MEETING
                                                                           187
                         Mon. July 10,1967

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
held on Monday July 10th.,1967, at the Village Office.

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7r30 P.M.
PRESENT:           Donald L. Carbeck         Mayor
                   Earl Kingan               Trustee
                                             11111111 'Ill
                   Allen White
                   Carl Iannello             II II III/II II

                                             111111111111
                   Jene Heimburg

It was moved by Mr. Ianello and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following build-
ing permits be granted: Richard McDonald to alter and extend home on Lake
St. for a family room addition and Stanley Wilk of Lake St. to erect a
shed on his property. Un. Crd.

Fire report was submitted by Fire Chief Nelson Arnold. Read and filed.
police report submitted by Chief Joseph Kane. Read and filed.
Discussion arose on the perm. appointment of Ptlm. Allen Miller which will
become effective on ~ugust 6th.,1967, and due to this date being on a Sun-
day, Clerk was so instructed to contact Personnel Director Frank Trigg if
it would be permissable to appoint Mr. Miller at the Board meeting on Mon.
Aug. 7th.,1967, in the meantime, it was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by
Mr. White that approbal for the perm. appointment of Allen Miller be held
pending the report from the Chief of Police Joseph Kane. Un. Crd.
Request was submitted for the purchase of Riot helmets and a riot shot gun
for the Police Dept. It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that
the Chief be given permission to make purcahses of 5 hats and a shot gun,
as requested. Un. Crd.
Permission was also requested for radar to be set up in the Village, this
will be conducted by the Town and Village combined. Permission not neC-
essary on this, this is under the Chief of Police duties.

Mr. Richard White was present at the meeting on a complaint of his neighbor
who has ducks running loose and are invading Mr. White's yard. Village Atty.
will check on an ordinance or rUling on this to try to solve Mr. White's
problem.

Mr. Sam Tripi was present at the meeting on a complaint of the Tulmello
property on York St. as it is a great hazard to the public. A signed pet-
ition was also submitted to the Clerk by Mr. Joseph Borzillire for wither
the removal of this property of renovation of same. Village Atty. will
contact Mrs DiFulvio, a daughter of the deceased owner and will try to have
a report by next mtg.

Dog Ordinan~e - and Abandoned vehicles ordinance will be checked out by
Village Atty. for next mtg.

Mayor Carbeck gave a report on literature received from the Equalization
tax program. He will contact them for a meeting within the near future.

Question on the Woodman tax arose, as Clerk Marianne Arnold stated that
Mrs. Woodman would not pay the tax due to the hotel fi~e and the building
being demolished. It was stated by Village Atty. that the tax will have to
be paid for this year as the current taxes were based and closed as of Dec.
31st.,l967. Next year the property will be re-assessed for only the land.
  188 following
  The           bills were submitted for payment: Water Dept. cks. # 15-42
  total of 16,264.14 and Gen. Cks. # 17-85 total of 12,726.43. It was moved
  and secon~ed for Treas. to pay all bills as submitted~ Un. Crd.

  It was meed and seconded to adjourn. Un. Crd.




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      Mr. Beaumont - Fire Engine floor cleaner
      Mr. Walters - Ins.
      Fire Report
      Police Repart
      Reid Smith - rehired Rel. ptlm.
      Res. Allen Miller
      Res. Frank Gugino
      St. Light - John R. Drive
      Wm. Houston - Dum~mng site for old school
      Parcels purchased from Hornburg and DiSarno
      Bldg. permit - S. Magavero   .
      Angola host to Erie Co. Mtg. 8i 9/21/67
      Beck - Invitation to Drum Cps. Compo
      Leoae B dg. Resol.
      Youth rec. work.




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                               Regular Meeting
                                                                                    191
                                Aug. 7th.,1967

      The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
      held on Monday August 7th.,1967, at the Village Office.

      Meeting was called to order at 7130 P.M. by Mayor Donald L. Carbeck.

      PRESENT:           Donald L. Carbeck          Mayor
                         Allen White                Trustee
                                                    11111111111111
                         C?rl Iannello
                                                    111111 TIll 1111
                         Earl Kingan
                                                    II II II II It II II
                         Jene Heimburg

      Mr. Beaumont, representative from National Chemical Research Co. was pres-
      ent at the meeting to introduce a new product to be used on the concrete
      floor in the fire engine room. The product is a cleaner that will remove
      all grease and accumulation on the cement floor and the other product was
      a sealer to be applied after the floor is cleaned, which will protect the
      floor from grease and other d~mage caused from salt and winter deposits
      from the. trucks. It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Heimb~rg that
      permission be granted to the Fire Chief to purchase the above materials.
      Un. Crd.

      Mr. Lawrence Walters was present at the meeting. It was moved by Mr.White
      and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that the following resolution be passed: Resolved:
      that the policy Insurance Policy # QYN 107431 be modified pursuant to
      recommendation of Mr. Walters to remove the restriction contained in such
      policy against underground damage claims by the payment of additional
      premium of $86.00 as quoted. Un. Crd.

      Fire Report was received from Chieg Arnold and ordered filed.

      Police Report was received from,Chief Kane and ordered filed. The res-
      ignation of Allen Miller as Village patrolman was read and it was moved
      by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the resignation was accepted
      as of August 1st. becoming effective on August 4th.,1967. Un. Crd.
      Chief Kane stated that he would like to employ Mr. Reid Smith as a temp-
      orary relief patrolman. It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan
      that the folloWing resolution be passed: Resolved Reid Smith be appointed
      as relief patrolman at the rate of $2.00 per. hr. effective Aug. 7th.,
      1967. Un. Crd.
      At this tliune Chief Kane statedd.that a Mr. Smith from the Police Adm.
      office in Albany, N.Y. will be here to meet with him on Wed. A.M. at
      10100 A.M.
      St. Com. Report:
      St. Com. Carl Iannello reported that his street program is almost finished
      for this year. and he will be able to start his other work before Fall.

      Letter 9f resignC!.tion waf! received from Mr. Frank. Gugino, S1.!pt •. P1,lblic
      Works. It was moved by Mr •. Iannello and 2nd. by. Mr .I<;ipgan that the foll-
      oWing resolution be passed, Resolved: Whereas Frank J. Gugino has served
      toe Village of Angola water.and streets department well qnd faithfully for
      more than 40 years, and WHERE~S Frank J.Guginohas tendsred his resignation
      effect~ve November lst.,1967, NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that such res-
      ignation be accepted witl'\"regr,e.t,., effect,ive Nov. lst.,1967 and Further
      that the thanks and appreciation be and are herebye~presse.d to Frank J.
      GuginO for. his. long"service to the pePPle of. his. commun.ity. Url • C:r d •



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Request for a street light was stated by st. Com. Carl Iannello for Mrs. Ross'
Guarino in the John R. Drive area. This was approved and Mr. Iannello will con-
taft the Niagara Mohawk Corp. on the installation of this light.

Mr. William Houston was present at the meeting in ,regard to using the dump site
on Mill St. for the school bUilding to be demolisned this week. It was moved by
Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg ahat the following resolution be passed:
Resolved: Whereas the Lake Shore Central School District is demolishing the
school buildwng on High Street, Angola, N.Y. and the contractor needs a place
to dump such debris, NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that the contractor be and
hereby is authorized to fill in as much ~X as possible of the Hornburg and
DiSarno parcels when title is acquired, located on the south east side of
Mill street. Such filling to be done in area directed by Frank Gugino, Supt.
of Public Works. Un. Crd.

It wasIDoVed by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following resol-
ution be passed: Resolved, WherElas Arthur DiSarno has agreed to sell to the
Village of Angola the parcel of land described in liber 4874 of Deed at Page
20 in the Erie County Clerk'S Offic:e.'NOWTHEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED that such
offer be accepted at the agreed price of $800.00 to be paid out of the Cont-
ngency fund and Wheras Elmer Hornburg has agreed to sell to the Village of
Angola the parcel of land described in liber 7003 of Deeds at page 553 in
Erie County Clerk's office. NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED such offer be acc-
epted at the agreed price of $1000.00 to be paid out of contingent fund. Un. Crd.
It was moved by Mr. Iannello ~nd 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the following permit
be granted to Salvatore Magavero to erect and entrance way on his home at
230 No. Main St. Angola, N.Y. Un. Crd.

Mayor Carbeck stated that the Village of Angola will be host to t~e Erie Co.
Village Assoc. meeting to be held on Thureday Sept. 21st.,1967, at the Main
Alleys.

It was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. White that the BUdget fund item
A 64-100 be transferred to A 64-400. Un. Crd.'

Mayor Carbeck read a letter received from the Personnel office on Laws aff-
 cting Civil Service. Clerk was instructed to make copies of this ,for each
board mE;lmber.

Mr. Robert Beck was present at the meeting and extended an invitation to the
Mayor 'and Board Members to be present at the Angola Drum Corp. Competion to
be held on Sunday Aug. 20th.

Discussion was held on the Leone BUilding and it was moved by Mr. Iannello and
2nd. by Mr Heimburg that the following resolution be passed: Resolved, Whereas
the Angola Village Library has shown a need for additional space and along
with the Erie County Library Board have recommended the purchase and remodelinf
of the Leone Building at 38 No. Main St., Now therefore it is resolved that
the Mayor be and hereby is authorized and directed to enter into an option
for Sych purpose at the agreed price of $17,000.00, the sum of $1000.00
thereof to ,be paid unpon the',signi:ng'Of such option. Un. Crd.

Mr. Jene Heimburg gave a r~port on the work that has been done by the Youth
Recreation Group and stated that this group will do other ljobs in the Village
such as cutting the brush along the banks of the So. Main St. underpass and
also painting the conarete walls and will also clean the brush alongside of
the R.R. tracks here in the Village area at the crossing. Mayor Carbeck in-
structed Village Clerk to call Mr. Wickson at Hamburg and secure his per-
mission for this work as it is along the State Highway area.
                                                        8/I/67

                   Fire Report For JUly.

7-2-67    Rubbish Fire-Lake St.Village.Called by Radio Control at
           II:I5 A.M. released at I2:I5 A.M.Truoks I & 5 responded.
           25 Men answered the alarm.
7-6-67 Marion, Fazzalarotowner)38 S.Main St.Village(Renters)
          Harmon mrampton & D.Koustenbauder.Garage distroyed and
           rear of house badly burned.Truoks I-2-5 responded.3I
          Men answered the alarm. Booster Lines,It & 2t Lines used.
          Called by Radio Control at 9:00 P.M. released at II:30 P.M.
          Fire rekindled at 2:00 A.M.returned to Hall at2:30 AM.
7-6-67 Diok Gunthrie (owner) S.Main st.Village.Barn distroyed
          by fire. Called by Radio Control at ~:OO P.M. released at
          II:30P.M.Truoks !-2-5 responded.3I Men answered the alarm
          Booster Lines,It,2t Hose used.
7-6-67 Warren Jensen 8 Stellane Dr.Village.Clothes in dryer ignited
          Called by Radio Control at 2:28 P.M. released at 3:25 P.M.
          TruokS I-2-5 responded.II Men answered the alarm. Water used.
7-II-67 Arohangels Rest.Rte.5 & Lake St.Town.Short in Eleotrio sign
          Called by Radio Control at 8:20 P.M. released at 8:45 P.M.
          Booster line used.after power was out off.Truoks I-5 res-
          ponded.20 Men answered the alarm.
7-27-67 N.Y.S.Thruway oall oame from Radio Oontrol to stand by at
          fire hall,beoause there was a truok on fire.oalled at 4:30
          F.M. released at 4:45 P.M.N.Y.S.Polioe put out fire.Call
     ... 'Canilleled.
7-29-67 Nor.olk & Western R.R.Village.Called by Radio Control at
          I2:05 A.M. released at 2:45 A.M.R.R.Bunk Oar.Truoks I-4-5
          responded.I9 Men answered the alarm.Booster Lines,It.2t.
          Lines used.

                              Respeoted Submitted,
                              ~-o .4,/~~.FIRE CHIEF.
                              ANGOLA VOL. FIRE aO.INO.



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                     ANGOLA POLICE DEPT MON'l'HLY REPOHT
                          TO THE VILLAGE BOAHD.
                      JULY 1st. thru   JULY Jl, 1967


Emergencies :_
5 First Aid calls
L, Ambulance calls
3 Inhalator calls
Traffic:
2    Accidents investigated
3    V & T Arrests
4    Funeral escorts
2    Parades.
Other Activities:
11assists to Evans PD
 8   "     "Other agencies.
 1arrest for Burglary
 1           Vagrancy
 2           Larceny
 2           Malicious mischief (juveniles)
 1Burglary complaint unfounded
 4Fires investigated
21Misc. complaints
 1Bomb threat at the A&P
 1Missing person reported
 6Pr01der complaints
 3Shoplifting complaints (western auto)
5 Dog complaints
3 Vandalism complaints
4 Unfounded complaints
3 Assists to stranded motorists
1 Stolen bike recovered
1        Battery recovered
3 Street lights reported out
Monthly report to dept of correction
                  Federal Bureau of Investigation
Patrolled 2969 miles during month of july
368.0 Gals of gasoline used by police dept
 59.4                   used by fire dept

                                               I\I'JGOLP, POL1C~ DEPT.
                                                    JOSEPH P. KANE
                                                     .Chief ot Police
It was moved and 2nd. that the following bills as presented by the Clerk-
Treas. be paid: Water Dept. cks. # 39-69 total of $ 3521. 09 and General Cks.
# 39-126 total of $4185.96. Un. Crd.
It was mmved and ~nd. to adjourn until Tuesday Sept. 5th.,1967, due to the
Labor Day holiday. Un. Crd.




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                                                  Trustees
                             INDEX
                                                      199

        Mr. Klippert from Hbg. - Xmas Dec.
        W.Burch - Empl. at the plant
        Fire Report
        Police Report
        Letters form the Am. Legion and Little Loop
        Youth Inc. Resol.
        Foxboro Svce. Resol.
        S¥pt. Public Works Resol.
        BId. permits1 Barone1Haberer1Smith & Kook.




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                  ANGOl,A POLICE DEFf ~1ON'I'HLY REPOHT
                     TO THE VILLAGE 130AHD
                       AUG   1st   '['HEU   AUG 31st. ,

EIVLEH(}ENCIES:
~ First Aid   calls.
3 Ambulance calls
1 Inhe,la tor call
'rraffic;
'3 I'uneral Escorts
2 Accidents investigated.
3 V&T summons issued
2 Warning notices issued.
Other Activities
 5 Record checks made for various agencies.
13 Assists to the Evans PD mostly traffic
 3 Assists to other depts
 4 motor vehicle dept. revocations enforced
 3 persons fingerprinted for pistol permits
11 misc. complaints.
 '3 dog complaints
 3 Vandalism complaints
 2 fires reported (unfounded)
 2 Stolen cars reported
 1 stolen car recovered by this dept
 1 stolen C2.,r report unfouncled
 3 Malicious telephone calls
 1 Arres t for Assault 3rd
 3 Arrest for public intoxication
12 Suspicious car checks
 4 Malicious mischief complaints
 2 Prowler complaints
 2 Petit larceny
 3 Juveniles petitioned. to family court (petit larceny)
 1 Rape unfounded
 6 stre~t lights reported out.
 1 attempted sumcide unfounded.
 1 missing person turned over to Cheektowaga Pd
 Monthly report to FBI
    "      "      "Correction Dept
 Quarterly report to Motor Vehicle Dept
 2.625 miles catrolledfor t~e month of August
   338.2gals of gas used by Vlliage Pollce
    27.1gals of gas uSed by Village fire Dept




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                                                                                 9/1/67

                      Fire report for august 1967



8-2-67    Dan Mecda Farm,VersailleS-Plank Road,Burning Brush in Field.
          Called By Radio Control At 3:22 P.M •. Released At 3:58 P.M.
          Truck # 2 Responded.9 Men Answered The Call.

8-20-67   Camp Lakeland,Old Lake Shore Road.Called By Radio Control
          At 9:00 P.M. Relased At ~:30 P.M.Stood By AT Hall,And Was
          Secured After A Half Hour.Services Wasn't Needed.
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                         Regular M,~eting
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                          Sept. 'Sth.,1967

The Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
held on Tuesday Sept. 5th.,1967, due to the Labor Day Holiday.
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Meeting was. held at the new Village Office, 41 Commercial St. ,Angola, N.Y.

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Donald L. Carbeck at 7130 P.M.

PRESENT:          Donald L. Carbeck          Mayor
                  Earl Kingan                Trustee
                  Jene Heimburg               1111111111

                                              1/ II 11 II II
                  Allen White
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                  Carl Iannello

Mr. Klippert from Hamburg, N.Y. was present at the meeting with a display
of Christmas Street Decorations. Mr. Klippert will foraard the necessary
literature to the Clerk for further review and discussion by the Board.

Mr. William Burch was present at the meeting with his request to work part
time or ~hen needed at the Angola Water plant. He has secured his High
School Diploma and is now available to work at the plant. It was moved by
Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. White that Mr. Burch's application be acc-
epted again. Un. Crd.

Fire Report was received from Chief Nelson Arnold. Read and ordered filed.
Letter was received from Harry Stoll, Sec.'Y. of the Angola Vol-Fire Co.
thanking the Police Dept. for their co~operation and excellent work during
the Angola Vol. Fire Co's. carnival.

Police Report was. read and ordered filed.
Chief Kane was present at the meetftng and presented to the Board a copy of
the Rules and Regulations that has been drafted up by the Albany office.
This was tabled until next meeting so that the other members of the Board
could review same. Question arose also on the 14 day vacation perioed 66r
patrolman with one full year of service in, this was checked by the Vill-
age Att:y~ ~ith the office of the Atty. General and so states that the rule
applies to a Dept. with 4 or more men, at the present time the Angola Pol-
ice Dept. has only 3 men, so ~hen the 4th. man is hired, then the ruling
will apply to the Angola Police Dept.
Letter was rec~ived from the Angola American Legion Post requesting the
dispaay of the American Flag from each Public Building.

Letter was receieved from the Little Loop Organization requesting the use
of the Village building for a meeting place.It was moved by Mr. Kingan and
2nd. by Mr. White that they be permitted to use the old meeting room on
No. Main St. for their meetings. Un. Crd.

Question arose on Howard Kuhn's probationary period which expired Aug. 7th.
It was moved and seconded that this be tabled until next meeting. Un. Crd.

It was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the following
resolution be passed: Resolved: The proposed ammendent of the budget of
the Town-Village Recreation project increasing the budget by $121.36 as
submitted to the State and requesting additional State Aid is hereby app-
roved and the Mayor authorized to sign such application. Un. Crd •




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  It was moved~FdMr~ Heimhurg and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following res-
  olution be passed: WHEREAS the Village of Angola Waterworks uses various
  equipment and gauges made by the Foxboro Co. which it has proved beneficial
  to have maintained ona scheduled basis, NOW THEREFORE IT IS RESOLVED THAT
  the scheduled Maintenance Service Agreement as p~r porposed dated Sept. 1,1967
  on a scheduled basis each 6 months be approved and the Mayor authorized and
  directed to sign such agreement on behalf of the Village. Un. Crd.
 Discussion arose and leteer received from Personnel Office for the Office
 of Supt. of Publi~ Works to be created by the Village. It was maved by
 Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that the folibowing resolution be
 passed: Resolved: The creation of the position of Supt. of Public Works
 is hereby approved. Un. Crd.

 The Village of Angola wrrl be host to the Erie Co. Village Officials Asso •
 on Thursday Sept. 21,1967 at the Main Alleys.

 The following bUilding permits were moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr.
 Iannello: Roy Kook, Dunkirk, N.Y. to erect a new home on Terrylynn Dr.1
 Carmella Barone No. Main St. to enclose a porch1 Reid Smith to erect a
 private agarage and Albert Haberer to erec t a private garage. On. ,Crd.

 The following bills were sUbmitted'by the Treas. for payment: Gen. Cks.
 # 69-191 total of 57,160.08i Water Cks. # 65-107 total of 3758.95. It was
 moved and 2nd. that the Treas be permitted to pay all bills as submitted.
 Un. Crd.
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 It was moved and seconded to adjourn. Un. Crd.

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           House numbering set up
           Chief Kane - Rules of conductr Joh Reiter to F.Pring School
           Sewer hearing date
           F. Hurst - Testimon~ (Beaver)
           Water intake - Fitzsimmons.
           Bldg. Permits - DiMartino & Guthrie
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                                    Regular Meeting
I                                   Mon. Sept. 18,1967

      The Regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
      held on Monday Sept. 18th.,1967 at the Village Office.
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      Meeting was called to order by MaY9r.,Carbeck at 7730 P.M

      PRESENT:       Donald L. Carbeck                 Mayor
                     Earl Kingan                       Trustee
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                     Allen White
                     Jene Heimburg                      11 II II II II II II



      ABSENT:        Carl Iannello                      11111111111111




      Mayor Carbeck stated that he has checked on the details concerning the new
      house numbering system and he will have Mr. Barnes at the next meeting to
      explain the new system to the Board Members.
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      Chief Kane was present at the meeti~g and he stated that he would like to
      have permission to send one of his ~atrolman, (Namely, John Reiter) to
      the Finger Print school for the time' required. It was moved by JYlr. Kingan
      and 2nd. by Mr. White that this permission be granted. Un. Crd.
      It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that the Rules of Conduct
      be adopted for the Angola Police Dept. Un. Crd. (See resolution below)
      Question arose on a complaint of a fire hazard on Maple St. in a lot be-
      longing to James Davidson. ~lerk will contact Mr. Davidson on this.

      Mayor stated that the tentative date for widening So. Main St. has been set
      for Sept. 25th.

      Sewer Hearing for the various Village Sts. will be held this                       Wed~     evening
      at the old Fire Hall meeting room.

      Resolution on Rules of Conduct:
      ~eeolved:
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                The rules of conduct for the Angola Village Police Department her
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      after set forth are hereby adopted effective immediately and copy thereof
      is to be given to each member of the Police Department and a copy ~ept
      available at the Police Office for ready reference. Rules of the gonduct
      prewiously adopted and in force are hereby cancelled and annuled. Moved by
      Mr. Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan. Un. Crd.

      Mayor Carbeck stated that one or two of the Planning Board Members will be                                 I

      attending a Conference the early part of next month, with all expenses paid
      by the Village.

      Request was received from William Miller on fill for Franklyn St. this was
      tabled until Mr. Iannello was present at the next meeting.

      Mr. Hurst, Village Atty. was given Permission by the Board to procedd with
      the Testimony data on Larry Beaver and Walter Gunderman.

      Mr. Fitzsimmons, was present at the meeting with a detailed account of the
      inspection of the water crib at the intake at the water plant. This was
      left to. the Water Com. to check out and have a report later on.

      It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan to grant the following
      building permits: Joseph DiMartino to erect a private garage and Richard
      Guthrie to build a storemoom on S.Main St. Un. Crd •




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  The following bills were submitted by the Clerk-Treas. for payment: Water Cks
  # 78-125 = $2836.15 and Gen. Dept. cks. # 87-228 total of #19,067.91. It
  was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. White that the bills submitted be
  paid. Un. Crd.
  Angola will be host to the Erie Co. Village Officials Assoc. Meeting this
  Thursday Sept. 21st.,1967 at the Masonic Temple.

  It was maed and 2nd. to adjourn. Un. Crd.
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                         INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF ANGOLA




                                RULES OF CONDUCT




                                   Prepared by

                   DIVISION OF POLICE ADMINISTRATION SERVICES
                Office for Local Government - Executive Department
                                Sta.te of New York
                              155 Washington Avenue
                             Albany, New York 12210




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              I      organization

              II     Duties of Chief of Police

              III    Duties of Desk Officer

              IV     Duties of Supervisory Personnel

              V      Duties of .Members of the Force

              VI     Dut.ies of Civilian Members

              VII    Rules of Conduct

              VIII   General Rules

              IX     Penalties

              X      Definitions
                                 ARTICLE I

                                ORGANIZATION

{ule 1.       Duties and Responsibilities

              The Police.Department and its Police Force have the power
              and it is their duty to:

         1.   Protect life and property.

         2.   Prevent crime.

         3.   Detect and arrest ·offenders.

        4.    Preserve the public peace.

        '5.   Enforce all laws and ordinances over which the Police
              Department has jurisdiction.

~ule     2.   Chief of Police

              The Chief of Police is the chief executive officer of the
              Police Department subject to the Rules and Regulations pre-
              scribed by the Board of Trustees, acting as a Board of
              Police commissioners. The government and control of the
              Police Department and its members is vested in the Chief
              of Police.

              The Chief of Police shall be designated by the Board of
              Trustees of the Village of Angola, acting as a Board of
              Police Commissioners, to exercise command of the Police
              Department and its members.

~ul.e    3.   Temporary absence or disability of Chief of Police:

              During the temporary absence or disability of the Chief
              of Police, when no special designat.ion is made by compe-
              tent authority, the command automatica.lly devolves upon
              the senior member of the command. He shall possess all
              the powers and perform all the duties of the Chief of
              Police, except the power of making any changes in the
              Rules and Regulations, appointments, promotions, changes
              of assignment or detail and he shall carry out the orders
              previously given, and such orders shall not, except in
              cases of extreme emergency, be countermanded nor set
              aside; however, when such action is taken, a report shall
              be rnadeto the Chief of Police in writing stating the
              reasons therefor in such instances.
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                                    ARTICLE I.

    ~le   4.   Order of Rank:

               The order of rank in the Police Force shall be:

                                Chief of Police

                                Patrolman
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~ule      5.   Seniority                                                       I.



               Seniority is determined:

                                First   - by rank.

                                Second -by continuous service in rank.

                                Third   - by date of appointment to previous
                                          rank or ranks.

                                Fourth - by date or appointment to Depart-
                                         ment.

                                Fifth   - by age.
                             ARTIC]~E   II

                      DUTIES OF CHIEF OF     POLIC~


Ie 1.    General Duties

   1..   Within the boundaries of the Incorporated Village of
         Angola, the Chief of Police shall be charged with and
         responsible for:

         a.    The enforcement of all laws, ordinances and regulations,
               and is especially charged with enforcement of laws re-
               lating to vice, gambling, public morals and intoxicating
               liquors.

         b..   The regulat.ion and movement of vehicular and pedestrian
               traffic in street.s, roads, places and highways, as des-·
               cribed in the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of
               New York and Village Ordinance.

Ie 2.    Specific Duties

         The Chief of Police will:

   I.    enforce the Rules and Regulations of the Police Department
         and is charged with and responsible for the discipline and
         efficiency of the members of the Force and Department;

   2.    provide each member with a copy of the Rules and Regulat.ions,
         and see that he is properly instructed in his duties, and
         that he performs them in such a manner as to render effective
         police service; also that he is instructed with regard to
         his conduct, on and off duty, so that his conduct will not be
         detrimental to the good order and efficiency of the Police
         Department;

   3.    assure the accurate preparation, maintenance and forwarding
         of reports and records;

  4.     carefully examine daily all books and records required to
         be kept in conformity with the Rules and Regulations, and
         see that entires therein are properly made;

  5.     as directed, take inventory, inspect and maintain depart-
         mental building, property and equipment, and forward a
         report to the Board of 'l'rustees;
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ule 2.

    6.   account for the property assigned to and issued for the
         use of members of the Department, and is responsible for
         the proper 'care, economical use, sUfficiency and service-
         ability thereof and shall make frequent inspections thereof;

    7.   submit the annual budget to the Board of Trustees, as directed;

    8.   visit every building or parts thereof assigned to his Depart-
         ment and all parts' of the .territory within the boundaries
         of the Incorporat.ed Village of Angola, New York, at intervals
         of the day and night, and take, or direct to be taken, such
         action as may be required to render effective police service
         and to maintain proper discipline. He shall frequently test
         the knowledge of subordinates as to conditions upon their
         posts;

    9.   communicate frequently with the Desk Officer when on patrol
         and when absent, except with leave, shall keep the Desk
         Officer informed where he may be found;

   10.   carefully investigate the following, occurring.within his
         Department, and shall forward a v!ritten repor·t in full det.ail
         to the Board of Trustees:

         a.   The reported death of any member of the Department, while
              acting in the discharge of duty.

         b.   Cases of special faithfulness to dut.y, except.ional skill
              and bravery in the performance of duty, and where first,·
              aid of an exceptional nature has been rendered by any
              member of the Force or Department.

         c.   Cases of civilians who render assistance to the Police
              Department, or any member thereof, in the apprehension
              of a criminal or in an emergency.

   11.   carry out the following in addition to all other reports,
         when a member of the Force is injured:

         a.   He shall make a careful investigation of the circumstances
              of the injury, and shall interview and obtain a signed
              statement: from each witness.




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                                       ARTICLE II'

         Rule 2..

             11.    b.   He shall make a report of the results of the investi-
                         gation. This report shall show whether or not, in
                         his op~nion, such injury was sustained in the perfor-
                         mance of police duty, whether or not negligence on
                         the part of the injured member contributed to the
                         injury, and the names and addresses of all witnesses •.

                    c.   He shall forward a written report to the Board of
                         Trustees.

             12.    at least once each week, personally inspect the uniform
                    and equipment of members of the Department at an outgoing
                    Roll Call of the platoon to which the member is assigned
                    making written record of such inspection. He shall at
                    all times give particular attention to the uniforms,
                    equipment and general appearance· of -the members of the
                    Force;

             13.    carefully observe the police duty performed by Proba c•
                    tionary Patrolmen, and shall report to the Board of
                    Trustees, at a meeting of the Honorable Village Board,
                    previous to the expiration of the probationary period,
                    the manner in which such duty was performed;

             14.    obtain all Police Department property, and all revolvers
                    and pistols, in the possession of a member of the Force
                    who resigns, retires, is dismissed or enters active mili-
                    tary service, and shall obtain all Police Department prop-
                    erty and all revolvers and pistols from among the effects
                    of a member who dies;

             15.    divide into posts the territory within the Police juris-
                    diction of the Incorporated Village of Angola, New York.
                    A post shall be designated as indicated:

                    a.   A patrol post includes the public thoroughfares within
                         the boundaries of -the post. It does not include the
                         interior of buildings, except as otherwise specified.

                    b.   A traffic post includes that portion of the public
                         thoroughfare necessarily included in the regulation
                         of vehicular and pedestrian traffic .




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il.ule 2.

     15.    c.   A hQspital post shall include that por tion of the
                 hospita"l in which a prisoner or prisoners are con-
                 fined under Police jurisdiction.

            d.   A special post is a temporary post. The purpose,
                 location, boundaries and time during which it is
                 to be covered must be specified and approved by the
                 Chief of Police or Acting Chief of Police

     16.    issue written and verbal orders to attain Department goals;

     17.    when a burglary or other serious crime is cornmit.ted, or
            a serious accident occurs under circmnstances which indi-
            cate that the member of the Force on post might have pre-
            vented it, the Chief of Police shall cause an investiga-'
            tion to be made and if the investigat.ion reveals neglect
            on the part of the member, he shall prefer written charges
            against the member;

     18.    with the apprQval of the Board of Trustees, acting as
            Police Commissioners, establish a duty chart; such charts
            have the force and effect of Rules and Regulations when
            authenticated with the original signature of the Chief
            of Police;

     19.    evaluate programs;

     20.    draft specifications for equipment, uniform and insignia;

     21.    develop plans to meet Department needs;

     22.    control Department expenditures;

     23.    maintain suitable relations with mass communications media;
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     24.    cooperate with city, county, state and federal officers;

     25.    provide leadership and guidance in developing loyalty aIrl
            dedication to the police profession;

     26.    train, di:cect, supervise and evaluate members in their
            assigned duties.   Recommend remedial or disciplinary ac-
            tion for inefficient, incompetent or unsuitable members;



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Rule 2.

    27.   sustain a member of his command who is properly perform-
          ing his duty;

    28.   correct subordinates in a dignified manner;

    29.   insure the security and care of prisoners and sick, injured
          or unconscious persons and will obtain medical care when
          needed;

    30.   deal fairly and equitably with subordinates;

    31.   conduc·t formal parades and roll calls in a military manner;

    32.   at all times conduct himself in a manner which will provide
          leadership and guidance to the members of his Department
          and enhance the public image of poLice in general;

    33.   prepare the vacation list for the following year by the
          fifteenth of December.

Rule 3.   The Chief of Police may excuse for one tour of patrol.
          duty a member of the Department who performs any excep-·
          tional act or deed of particular merit, which in his
          opinion deserves recognition, provided the exigencies of
          the service permit. A brief but comprehensive report of
          t.he act. or deed for which he rewards such member shall be
          forwarded to the Board of Trustees, and he shall fil.e a
          copy in the member's service record.

Rule 4.   The Chief of Police may, in his discretion, suspend from
          duty and report to the Board of Trustees any member or
          employee of the Department for any viola·tion of the Rules
          and Regulations ·or for any insubordination.
                              ARTICLE III

                             DESK OFFICER

~ule   1.   The Desk Officer shall be a member of the Force and shall
            be designa~ed by the Chief of Police.

~ule   2.   The post of the Desk Officer is within the confines of the
            area of the building assigned for the use of the Police
            Department by the Board of Trustees of the Incorporated
            Village of Angola, New York.

~ule   3.   Upon beginning his tour of duty, and at the conclusion of
            it, a Desk Officer shall immediately sign his name in the
            log and give the correct time of each signing. He shall
            make prompt, accurate and necessary entries of official
            business in department records in a manner prescribed for
            making and keeping such records.

~ule   4.   A Desk Officer shall not leave the desk during his tour
            of duty except for personal necessity, official duty with-
            in Headquarters, or upon urgent police business. When re-
            quired to leave his post for any reason, he shall do so
            only in the manner prescribed by the Chief of Police.

~ule   5.   A Desk Officer shall not: permit anyone behind the desk
            except a Superior Officer, or other member of the Depart-·
            ment in the line of duty, or as otherwise di_rec·ted by the
            Chief of Police.

~ule   6.   A Desk Officer shall make proper entries whenever a member
            of the Department or Force reports to him either for or
            from duty.

~ule   7.   The Desk Officer shall inspect, or cause to be inspected,
            supplies delivered to his command for quantity and quality,
            and shall note recei.pt of same i.n the prescribed department
            records.

~ule   8.   During his tour of duty, a Desk Officer is responsible
            for the receipt of all complaints and their proper entry
            in prescribed departmental records, and instituting proper
            police act.ion \vith respect thereto.

Rule 9.     A Desk Officer shall invite the attention of the Chief of
            Police to all matters of importance, such as unusual oc-
            currences and important messages or conditions requiring
            his attention.
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        DUTIES OF SUPERVISORY PERSbNNEL

      1 Duties

       rvisory member will be responsible for the enforce-
      ,f all laws and ordinances, Department Rules and
      ltions, orders, procedu res, discipline, punctuality
     :tendance, appearance, good order and efficiency of
     r.s within his assigned jurisdiction.

     ervisory member will:

     )rm specific duties and functions as assigned by the
    : of Police;

     all lawful orders;

   'orm assigned tasks;

   ride leadership and guidance in developing loyalty and
   ication to the police profession;         .

   in, direct, supervise and evaluate members in their afJ--
  ined duties.  Recommend remedial or disciplinary action
  : inefficient, incompetent or unsuita.ble members;

  nmunicate orders, information and instruct. ions ;

  form his relief of all necessary police matters;

   present at prescribed roll calls;

 t established intervals inspect personnel, vehicles and
 quipmelrt;

'eport to his superior officer absentees and any deficien-
:ies in men and equipment;

insure that Department resources are used effectively;

insure that recovered property is handled in accordance
with Department orders;

account for all monies and valuables received, processed
and disbursed in conformance with Department orders;
                            ARTICLE IV
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Rule 2.

    14.   inquire into the circumstances of all arrests to assure
          that all persons are handled in conformance with Depart-·
          men't orders i

    15.   know and conform to the current bail provisions of the
          Code of Criminal Procedure, Stat.e of New York;

    16.   report promptly matters of police importance to his
          superior officers;

    17.   insure that all appropriate Village Departments are in-
          formed of emergencies which require their at.tention;

    18.   direct activities of subordinate members for the purpose
          of achieving the objectives of the Police Department;

    19.   perform those duties of the members of the Force that are
          applicable to him;

    20.   when in uniform, maintain a military bearing and render
          milita.ry courtesy to superior officers;

    21.   assemble and move details and parades in a military manner.
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                     ARTICLE V

           DUTIES OF MEMBERS OF THE FORCE

    eneral Duties

 , member of the Force will be responsible at all times
'or the prevention of crime, enforcement of all laws and
.rdinances, preservation of the public peace, protection
)f life and property, arrest and prosecution of law vio-
cators and professional adherence to Department Rules
lild Regulations.

>pecific Duties,

~   member of the Force will:

know and conform to Department Rules and Regulations,
orders and procedures;

perform assigned duties in a pro'fessional manner;

obey all lawful orders;

be in attendance for those hours' specifically assigned
and will be considreed on duty at all times for the pur-
pose of rendering emergency police service;

participate in formal parades ,and roll calls in a military
manner;

when in uniform, maintain a military bearing and render
military courtesy to superior officers;

identify self by nq.me, rank and shield number "'hen so
requested;

have a residence as provided in the la,'.'1s of the Stai:e of
New York and the Village of Angola;

report imnlediately any incapacity or inability to perform
Department duties in the manner prescribed by the Rules
and Regulations;

report any change of marital status, address, selective
service rating or other ma'tter effecting the administrat:ion
of the Department;
                              ARTICLE V

Rule 2.

    11.   receive, record and service immediately all complaints and
          requests f9r service. Refer and transfer complaints and
          requests only in accordance with Department orders;

    12.   possess a valid State of New York Operator's or Chauffeur's
          license. If lost or revoked, immediately report same to
          the. Chief of Police;

    13.   remain on his duty assignment and leave only for a police
          or personal necessity.  If required to leave, he will re-
          cord the time of departure and the reason and report this
          information to the Desk Officer as soon as possible;

    lA.   provide security and care for prisoners and others delivered
          to his custody;

    15.   search all male prisoners;

    16.   have police matrons conduct a search of female prisoners;

    17.   help secure medical attention for all sick and injured
          persons;

    18.   when assigned to a motor vehicle,

          a.   inspect it for damage and defects,

          b.   report to a supervisory officer any defects observed
               or incurred,

          c.   protect it from possible damage or theft;

    19.   When operating a motor vehicle,

          a.   use skill, good judgment and care for the safety of
               persons and property,

          b.   obey all traffic regulations unless on emergency
               as sigmnent;

    20.   submit transfer requests in conformance wit.h Depart.ment:
          procedures;
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               21.   give a minimum of one week's notice of inten'ciont'o re-
                     sign from ~he Department;

               22.   if loss or theft of an assigned revolver occurs. report
                     it immediately to the Chief of Police;

               23.   wear the regulation uniform in the prescribed manner when
                     assigned to uniform duty;

               24.   report in@ediately the loss or damage of any Departmental
                     equipment;

               25.   register with the Department all personal firearms capable
                     of being concealed on the person. If loss or theft of any
                     such weapon occurs, immediate report will be made to Depart-
                     ment;

               26.   notify the Fire Department when a fire is discovered.      As-
                     sist and cooperate with the Fire Department;

               27.   attend COI\rt promptly when required or ordered;

               28.   report the reason for court absence or tardiness to the
                     Chief of Police through the Desk Officer;

               29.   appear in court in the regulation uniform unless assigned
                     in civilian dress and then in suitable business attire;

               30.   when sUbpoenaed or requested to testify in behalf of the
                     defense in any criminal prosecution, or in behalf of the
                     plaintiff or defendant in a civil matter in which the
                     Village, To~m, County or State is a party thereto, report
                     immediately the receipt of such subpoena or request to
                     the Chief of Police before appearing at any hear'ing, or
                     before entering into any discussion of the matter with
                     anyone other than the legal representatives of the Village,
                     Town, County or State;

               31.   report to the Chief of Police a.ny informat,ion of a. police
                     nature, including offenses involving himsE'lf or others,
                     and offenses with which he has been charged, except minor
                     traffic offenses;




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Rule 2.

    32.   give evidence before the Grand Jury, court or other govern-
          mental administrative bodies and the Board of Trustees,
          acting as a Board of Police Commissioners, when requested;

    33.   investigate any person suspected of operating a motor
          vehicle while in an intoxicated condition and direct the
          administration of a chemical test to said person in accord-
          ance with the procedure prescribed by the police department.

    34.   obey the laws and ordinances which he is obligated to
          enforce.
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                                     ARTICLE VI

                             DUTIES OF CIVILIAN MEMBERS

         Rule 1.   General Duty

                   A civilian member will be responsible for the proper and
                   efficient performance of his assigned duties.
1        Rule 2.   Specific Duties

                   A civilian member will:

              1.   obey all lawful orders of a superior;

              2.   be bound by the Rules and Regulations, orders and   proce~
                   dures of the Department insofar as they apply;

              3.   report promptly to superior officers any violation of any
                   law or Rules and Regulations of which they have knowledge.




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                             ARTICLE VII

                         RULES OF CONDUCT

Rule 1.   A member of the Department found guilty of any of the
          following acts will be considered in violation of the
          Rules and Regulations which govern the Police Department
          of the Incorporated Village of Angola, New York, and will
          be subject to disciplinary action.

     1.   Conduct which brings discredit upon the Department.

     2.   Failure to perform a   d~ty.


     3.   Disobedience of an order.

     4.   Insubordination or disrespect toward a superior officer.

     5.   Inattention to duty.

     6.   Lounging or sleeping on duty.

     7.   Being absent from duty without proper authorization.

     8.   Leaving duty assignment. without being properly relieved
          or without proper authorization.

     9.   Incompetency or inefficiency in the performance of duty.

    10.   Entering any tavern or bar in uniform or any part thereof
          except when it is necessary for inspection or for the im-
          mediate performance of a police duty.

    11.   Drinking alcoholic beverages while on duty.

    12.   Drinking alcoholic beverages while in uniform or any part
          thereof whether on or off duty.

    13.   Intoxication whether on or off duty.

    14.   Violation of any duly cons:t:ituted law.

    15.   Disorderly conduct.

    16.   Immoral conduct.

    17.   Using coarse, profane or insolent language to any person.
                                 ARTICLE VII

    Rule 1.

        18.   Failure to treat any person civilly and respec·tfully.




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        19.   willful maltreatment of any person.

        20.   Knowingly make a false report, written or oral.
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        21.   Failure to wear the regulation uniform when on duty or
              on official business.

        22.   Failure to maintain a neat and clean appearance of self,
              uniform and equipment.

        23.   The use of any tobacco while in uniform in public.

        24.   Standing or walking with hand in pocket while in uniform.

        25.   Receiving or att.empting to receive a fee, gift, preseni:
              or o-ther thin9 of value from a person under arrest or
              from someone else on behalf of the arrested person.

        26.   Receiving, soliciting or att.empting to solicii: a bribe
              in any fonn.

        27.   Publicly criticizing the official actions of a Department.
              member.

        28.   Disseminating or releasing any infoI111ation contained in a
              Department record except in conformance v;it:h Department
              orders.

        29.   Failure to pay a .just indebtedness within a reasonable time.

        30.   Failure to identify self by name, rank and shield mm.lber
              when request.ed.

        31.   }'aiJ.ure to seize, record, process and dispose of recovered
              or prisoner's propert.y in conformance with Depar"trr.ent orders.

        32.   Failure to handle stray or dead animals in conformanc'e 'Ilith
              Department orders ..

        33.   Failure to no·tify a superior officer that a member of the
              Depart.ment is violating a rule or order of t.he Depa.l:tment..
                             ARTICLE VII

(ule 1.

    34.   Deliberate violation of civil Service Laws or Regulations
          pertaining "to police management and control.

    35.   Possessing or transporting when on duty or on Department
          property any intoxicating liquor except in accordance
          with Department orders.
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   36.    Defacing or neglecting to protect and preserve Department
          property.

   37.    Failure to obey Department orders concerning other employ"
          ment, occupations or professions.

   38.    Engaging directly or indirectly in the forbidden ownership,
          maintenance or operation of a taxi cab, tavern or retail
          liquor establishment.

   39.    Allowing the publication of any photograph of oneself in
          the regulation uniform Wl1ich advertises any commodity or
          commercial enterprise without permission of the Chief of
          Police.

   40.    Communicating or corresponding with ot:her police agencies
          or individuals conce:r-ning police matters except as provided
          by Department procedures.

   41.    Participating in, or contributing to, any part_isan political
          activity or can~aign.

   42.    Engaging in any activity, conversation, deliberation or dis-
          cussion which is derogatory of Department policy or individuals.

   43.    Sitting in a public conveyance while in uniform or as a non-
          paying passenger when paying passengers are reqllired to stand.

   44.    Failure to keep Department vehicle in public view while as·-
          signed to general patrol duty exc.e.pt when author: ized l,y a
          supervisory officer.

   45.    Concealing Depa:r-tment vehicle for the sole purpose of ap-·
          prehending t_raffic violators except when authorized by Cl_
          supervisory officer~

   46 ~   Permitting any person not. on officLal police business to
          ride in a Department vehicle unless specifically authorized.
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     Rule 1..
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         47.    Riding in or on a non-Department vehicle during duty hours
I               except when authorized by a supervisory officer or in the
                pursuit or official police business.

         48.    Operating a Department vehicle out of the Village of Angola
                except in.immediate pursuit of law violators or when on
                official police business authorized by the Chief of Police.

         49.    Operating a Department vehicle without proper authorization
                or on other than official police business.

         50.    Pulling, pushing or towing any vehicle with a Department
                vehicle except as authorized by the Chief of Police.

         51..   Altering Department equipment in any way except as author-
                ized by the Chief of Police.

         52.    Carrying any rifle, shot.gun, machine gun, gas g'un or sub-
                stituting for the regulation service revolver any weapon
                or adding a concealed auxiliary hand gun not au·thorized
                by t.he Chief of Police.

         53.    Unlawful or unnecessary use or display of weapon.

         54.    Failure to report t.he discharge of a weapon,

                a.   orally and immediately to a supervisory officer,

                b.   in writing to the Chief of Police \vithout unnecessary
                     delay.

         55.    Selling, giving, lending or   disposing of a dangerous weapon
                as outlined in Section 1899   of the Penal La.w of the State
                of New York contrary to the   provisions of section 1897 of
                the Penal Law and the Rules   and Regulations of the Department.

          S.    Giving an opinion as to fine or penalty to a violator or
                suspect.

                Giving an opinion as to bail except by those specifically
                authorized to admit to bail.

                Failure to take, record and act upon complaints except as
                prescribed by Department orders.
                            ARTICLE VII

Rule 1.

    59.   Removing, altering or changing any official Department
          record except as provided for in Department orders.

    60.   Issuing any device which purports to grant special privi-
          lege to the holder.                                                l)
    61.   Displaying in any manner non-Depar·tment.al.or Departmental
          posters or pictures in or on any Departmen·t property or
          equipment except in conformance with Department orders.

    62.   Obligating the Department financially in any manner except
          as authorized by the Chief of Police or Board of Trustees,
          acting as a Board of Police Commissioners.

    63.   Recommending to any citizen any ·bondsman, lawyer, undertaker,
          physician, hospital, towing, repair or other professional
          or commercial service.

    64.   Failure to report any information of police na.ture in con-
          formance with Department orders.

    65.   Failure to obtain official permission to participate in
          public discussions of police or Department business except
          as provided in Department orders.

    66.   Interviewing, questioning or interrogating any person in
          a celL

    67.   Entering any police lock-up except on official police business .

    68.   Associating or fraternizing with known criminals or persons
          of ill repute except in the immediate discharge of official
          duties or with the authorization of the Chief of Police.

    69.   Soliciting or accepting a gift, present, reward, gratuity
          or bther thing of value for any service rendered as a Depart--
          ment member, excluding gifts received from relatives or
          close friends upon appropriate occasions.

    70.   Seeking or soliciting contributions of any kind from anyone,
          by any means, for any purpose, under a.ny circumstances, in-
          cluding collections for charit.able purposes by any member,
          group of members or their agents, except as specifically
          authorized by resohrtion of d,e Boa.nl of Trustees, acting
          as a Board. of Police Conunissioners ..

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       lIe 1.

        '71.      Accepting any food or beverage or other valuable considera-
                  tion without cost or a'c reduced cost at any time because
                  of his official position as a member of the Department.

            72.   Receiving any gift, present or gratuity from any subordinate.

            73.   Giving any gift, present or gratuity to another Department
                  member or a memb",r'of his family without the specific ap-
                  proval of the Chief of Police, excluding donations not to
                  exceed five dollars given in honor of retirement or to hos-
                  pitalized or deceased members, provided approval of the
                  Chief of Police is obtained for the donat.ions.  Pccrty, din-
                  ner and entertainment fees will be paid for individually by
                  persons attending without prior collection through Depart-
                  ment channels.

            74.   Failure to submit a written report that he is under investi-
                  gation by any other law enforcement agency to the Chief of
                  Police within 24 hours of becoming aware of such investigat.ion.

            150   Refusal to sign an immunity waiver when·so orderedo

             6.   Refusal to ·testify on the grounds of possible self-incrimim,--
                  tion.

             I.   Participation by Department members or urging the participa-
                  tion by other persons in any s·trike, slow-down, or other
                  concerted action which is in any degree adverse to the main-
                  tenance of the public safety or welfare.

                  Affiliation with any organization or body, the constitution
                  or regulations of which would in any way exact prior con-
                  sideration, and prevent him from performing his departmental
                  dut:ies. However, membership in any union or ot.her organiza-
                  tion in connection wit.h and relat.ing solely to approved
                  secondary employment of members of the Department and re-·
                  quired membership in military reserve units are specifically
                  ex'ceptea from this regulation.




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                              ARTICLE VIII

                             GENERAJJ RULES

      All members of the Police Department shall be subject to the
      Rules and Regula·tions. Members of the Department are not merely
      employees, but are officers of this State and Village charged
      with. specific duties in maintaining public order and administer·-
      ing jus·tice. Therefore, every member's sole responsibility must
      be to the Chief of Police, and through him to the public.

Rule 1.    It is the duty of the police Department and the members of
           the Force, at all times of the day and night, to protect
           life and property, prevent crime, detect and arrest offen-
           ders, preserve the public peace and enforce all laws and
           ordinances over which the Police Department has jurisdict.ion.

Rule 2.    A Patrolman, regularly performing patrol duty, shall:

      1.   Proceed to his designated post or relieving point wit.hout
           unnecessary delay, inspect his post immediately, remain
           constantly alert and observant, note any condition thereon
           reguiring police attention and take appropriat.e action.

           a.   He is charged with the enforcement of all ·laws and
                ordinances, especially with those relating to public
                morals, vice, gambling, intoxicating liquors; also
                with the proper condition and maintenance of depart.-
                mental eguipment, traffic control equipment of all
                t.ypes, . st.reet. light.s, public highway, curb and side-·
                walk condit.ions wit.hin the boundaries of t.he post of
                which he is assigned; he shall promptly report. through
                official channels any condition requiring att.ention
                and shall provide safeguards when necessary.

P.ule 3.   A Supervisory Officer on patrol is charged with t.he enforce-·
           ment of all laws and ordinances, especially t.hose rela.ting
           t.o public morals, vice, gambling, intoxicating liquors and
           t.he enforcement of Rules and Regulations. He is also charged
           with t.he proper condition and maintenance of depar·tmen-tal
           equipment, traffic control equipment of all types, street
           ligh·ts, public highway, curb and sid~.,walk conditions within
           the command to which he is Clssigned, and he shall promptly
           report through official. channels any condition requiring
           att.ention and shall provide safeguards when necessary.

Rule 4.    1-\ member of the Force or Department shall be fit for d-l1ty
           and subj ect. to duty at all t.iraes except when on sick repo.rt ~


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                       ARTICLE VIII

e 4.   He shall not engage in any other occupation except when
       suspended from duty without pay; or when, having filed his
       application for retirement, he is on continuous vaction or
       other authorized leave, or when having made application on
       the prescr-ibed form, he has been granted a work permit by
       the Chief of Police.

  5.   Members of the Force shall be held strictly accountable
       for all information acquired by them on or off duty, re-
       garding all suspicious persons or places within the Village
       of Angola, New :York.

  6.   A member of the Force or Department shall treat as confi-
       dential the official business of the Police Department.
       He shall not talk for publication, nor be interviewed, nor
       make public speeches, nor shall he impart information re-
       lating to the official business of the Department to any-
       one, except under due process of law and as directed, or
       with the permission of the Chief of Police.

  7.   A member of the Department found guilty of violat.ing a
       rule or regula·tion of the Department, or of the provi--
       sions of any order or orders, or of disobedience of
       orders, or of cowardice, or of intoxication while on
       duty, or while in uniform, or of conduct unbecoming an
       officer, or of making a false official communication,
       record or s·tatement, or a member of the Department con~·
       victed in a court having criminal jurisdiction, may be
       dismissed from the Department, or suffer such other
       punishment as the Board of Trustees, acting as a Board
       of Police Commissioners, may direct.

  3.   Disorder or neglect to t.he prejudice of good order, effi--
       ciency or discipline, though not specifically mentioned
       in the Rules and Regulations, shall be taken cognizance
       of by the Department, and members of the Department found
       guilty thereof will be punished at the discretion of the
       Board of Trustees.
                            ARTICLE IX

                             PENALTIES

Rule 1.   A member of the Department found guil,ty of violating the
          Rules and Regulations of the Department is subject to one
          of the foJ:lowing actions:

                     Reprimand

                     Fine

                     Suspension    ~   with or without pay.
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                     Demotion in grade and title.

                     Dismissal or removal from the Force or Department.*

Rule 2.   Separation of a member by the Board of Trustees acting as
          a Board of Police Commissioners is warranted for incompe-
          tent I inept or inefficient performance of duty. Repea'ted
          disciplinary actions even for minor infractions will be
          considered prima facie evidence of unsuitability for poli.ce
          service.




*Secti.on 75 - civil Service Law
 Section 188F - Village I~aw


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                               DEFINITIONS

     1.       The· following definitions govern the use of these terms in
              the Rules and Regulations of the Depart.ment:

    D OF          The Mayor and the Trustees of the Village of Angola
    'rEES:        shall constitute the Board of Trustees thereof.

)                 The Board of Trustees acting as Police Commissioners
                  may make, adopt and enforce rules, orders and regula-
                  tions for the.government, discipline~ administration
                  and disposition of the Police Department of such vil--
                  lage, and the members thereof.  (Section ISS-e--Village
                  Lav]. )

    RTMENT:      The term "police department" or "department" means
                 the Department of Police of the Incorporated Village
                 of l\ngola, Erie County, New York and such term includes
                 the term "police force".

    8,           The term "police force" or "force" includes all members
                 of the Police Department who have taken the oath-of
                 office and who possess the police power of arrest.

    8R:          Any employee of the Department.

    ')lJNS:      All pronouns inchlde the masculine cmd feminine gender
                 unless otherwise specified.

    lJ\.TION     Equiflment which meets specifications established by a
    ?MENT:       Department order.

    RVISORY      Any member, other than the Chief of Police, who is
    cER:         authorized to direct the activities of others.

    JTY:         Hours specifically assigned to a member or any time
                 involved serving during a police emergency even though
                 a member was not specifically assigned.

    ')ury:       All hours other than when on duty.




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     House numbering
     Geo. Reed - Water drainage
     Police Report
     Fire Report
     Xmas tree
     Youth Corp.
     Intake job
     Library building - 5 yr. plan.



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                             Regular Meeting
                           Monday Oct. 2,1967

    The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola,N.Y. was
    held on Monday Oct. 2,1967 at the Village Offife.

    Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7730 P.M.

    PRESENT:      Donald L. Carpeck           Mayor
                  Earl Kingan                 Trustee
                                              11111111111111
                  Allen White
                  Jene Heimburg               II II II 1111 11 II

                                              1l II 1111 111111
                  Carl Iannello

    Mr. Patercheck was present at the meeting with a report on the Uniform County
    house numbering system. More details will be available on this at a later
    date.

    Mr. & Mrs George Reed from South Main St. were present at the meeting in re-
    gard to water drainage trouble that they are having on their property from
    the Smith home on Railroad Ave. Mayor Carbeck stated that he would try to
    check on this problem with Mr. Gugino and Charles Joy and see if something
    can ~e done to relieve this situation.

    Police report was read and ordered filed. Chief Kane stated that he would like
    to have an extra man on duty for Ftiday evenings to help solve some of the
    teen-age vandalism that is occuring at the present time. Chief was granted
    permission by the Board to put an extra man on for a couple of ~eeks and if
    extra funds can be obtained, this can continue for a longer period. He was
    also instructed to notify Mr. LoBello on several dog complaints that have
    been received on his dog holling at nite.

    Fire Report was read and ordered filed.

    St. Com: Com. Carl Iannello stated that he is still working on the completion
    of the new sidewalks and has a few trees left yet to trim.
    Mayor Carbeck received a letter from Mrs Alma Clark, Commissioner of the Evans
    Angola Recreation Parks Cmmmission in regard to erecting a large Ghristmas
    tree at the corner of No. Main and Center Sts. on the Cinque property for
    the Yule season. Request was made for the Village to furnish the tree and
    decorations and the Recreation Com. will tend to the remaining essentials.
    It was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan tha the Village will
    furnish the tree and. decorations. Un. Crd.

    Report was given by Mayor Carbeck on a request from the District Prine.
    Wm. Houston for the Village supplying employment for one of the Youth Corps
    fellows. The Federal Govt. will pay the wages and the Village will only have
    to supervise the work for this man. Mayor Carbeck will cheek on the legality
    of the Social Security and Workmenscompensation on this and have a report
    at next meeting.
    Mayor Carbeck announced that a meeting will be held in Buffalo on the New
    Taylor Law and Mr. Kingan may try to attend this meeting on Oct. 9th.

    Mayor Carbeck also announced a Public Works school session to be held on
    Oct. 25-27th. and Mr. Iannello may be able to atterld one day of this session.

    Mayor Carbeck stated that he has checked with some of the Villages on the
    assessment program and that Hamburg may enter into this also.
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   Com. Heimburg stated that he has notified Mr. Fritzsimmons 00 proceed with the
   intake project but to this date has not re~eived any confimmation on this.
   It was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. White that permission be granted
   to proceed with this job as soon as possible. Un. Crd.

   Discussion was held on the Library building and Village Atty. Hurst stated that
   the option will expire on Oct. 21st. and the Village will either have to make,
   a deciosn to purchase the building or forfeit the funds paid. Mayor Carbeck has
   set the tentative date of Oct. 25th. at 7130 p.,  for a joint meeting to be
   held with the County Library Board1 Village Library Board, Village Board1
   District Prine. of Lake Shore Centeral School and the Archiet. It was
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   discussed that a 5 year plan be used for payment for the bUilding purchase.
   It was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg that Village Atty.
   Hurst proceed with the plans for the purchase money for the Building.
  "Un. Crd.
   The following bills were submitted by the Treas. for payment: Water Dept.
   cks. # 93-138 total of 4405.441 General Fund cks. # 97-262 total of
   5673.19. It was moved and seconded that the Treas. be permitted to pay all
   bills as submitted. Un. Crd.

   It was moved and 2nd. to adjourn. Un. Crd.




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                                  Month of Sept. Fire Report
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                9-14-67   Richard Bogdon-Beach Rd.-House Fire Called By Radio Control
                          At 4:46 P.M. Released At 5:20 P.M. Truck #I & 5 Responded
                          2! Men Answered The Alarm.Mutual Aid TO Evans Cwnter Fire
                          Co.Angola Stood By At Fire.

                9-I5-67   House Hemlock Rd.-Explosion-Called By Radio Control At 8:25
                          A.M. Released At 8:30 A.M.8 Men Answered The Alarm.Angola
                          Fire Co. Stood-By At Hall.

                9-16-67   Anthony Sangeorge-Jr.-Car Fire-Rte.5 & Herr Rd.Called By
                          Radio Control At 2:59 A.M. Released At 3:45 A.M. Trucks #I
                          & 5 Responded.I4 Men Answered The Alarm.2 Booster Lines Used.

                9-18-67   Carl Barrett-Woods-Back Of Senior H.S.-Beach Rd.Silent Alarm
                          !:OO P.M.Returned At 7:50 P.M.Truck #I With 6 Men Responded.
                          Booster Lines And Axe Used.ChildBen Set Fire To Dead Trees
                          And Stumps. Burning For 2 Or 3 Days & Nights.
                9-20-67   2 Cottages Off Old Lake Shore Rd.Mutual Aid To Lake Erie
                          Beach fire Co. Called By Radio Control At 7:45 A.M.Released
                          At 9:30 A.M. Trucks #I-4-5 Responded.I5 Men Answered The Alarm.
                          It"& 2t" Hose Was Used.Home Owners Were As Follows:
                          JOHN P.MURPHY;I32 ARMIN PLACE;BFLO.AND ARTHUR MATONI;I22
                          TAUTON AVE;BFLO.

                                         Respectfully SUbmitted,
                                   ~Ivil"",W.0i.J...~& FIRE CHIEF.
                                         ANGOLA-VOL.FI1f:fu CO. INC.




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ANGeLA POLICE DrWARTNEN", t10NTHLY HKPOR1' 'fO THE VILLAGE BOAHD
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                       SEPT 1. 'fHRU SEPT 30.    1967

EiViEHGENC ms:
  :3 First Aid calls
  3 Ambulance calls
  2 Inhalator ealls
'rraffic:
  6 Funeral Escorts
  5 V & T Summons issued
  1 Aceident Investigated
10 Harning notices issued.
Other Activities:
13  Nisc complaints investiga,ted
 2  Prmder complaints
 2  DoC; complaints
 3  Malicious misehief complaints
 8  Petit Larceny complaints
 1  Unlawful entry
 1  False fire alarm
 8  stolen bieycles recovered
 6  juveniles pet!l:tioned to family court
 2  adults arrested for petit larceny
 1. complaint of robbery and assault
 1. Larceny from a auto
 6 Assists to Evans PD
 I Assist to State Police
 3 Record checks for other depts
 1 Vandalism complaint
16 Suspicious car checks
 :3 Street lights reported out
 Monthly report to FBI
    "      "      " Correction.
2.814 Niles patrolled for the r:tonth Ji:)§of Sept
355.7 Gallons of gas used by village police
42.6   I'      II   I'    II
                               II   II      Fire Co.


                                         Joseph P. Kane
                                         Chief   of Police




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        Previous Notice of Village Board Special Meeting at                              7~30   P.M. Oct.
        23rd. is hereby waived:




                                                                                                    Mayor




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                        Index

Silver Creek Taxi request
Mr. Clark - Dogs
Specs. on Fire Truck
New Mix house
Gasoline bid
Youth program
Senior Citizens app.
Mr. Gugino ret. resole




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                       Meeting Oct. 23rd.,1967.
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Waiver of Notice having been signed and filed and all being present, the
meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7~30 P.M. at the Village
Office.

PRESENT:         Donald L. Carbeck        Mayor
                 Earl Kingan              Trustee
                                          II II II II II II II
                 Allen White
                                          11111111111111
                 Carl Iannello
                                          11111111111111
                 Jene Heimburg

A Silver Creek Taxi Cab proprietor was present at the meeting requesting
permission to operate a taxi service in the Village of Angola. He was re-
quested to check with the Town of Evans Ordinances and to submit a schedule
of operation to the Board for the next meeting nite.

Mr. William Clark, temporary Dog Wrden for the Town of Evans was present
at the meeting requesting permission from the Village for the pick up of
dogs and cats when called, he would be paid on a fee basis. He was granted
permission by the ~oard.

Village Atty. Hurst submitted the new Truck pumper s~ecifications that he
received from the Fire Chief to the Board for their approval. Mr. Heimburg
stated that a certification should be submitted to the Board with the sig-
natures of the Fire Commissioners and the Fire Chief approvang this set
of specifications before the Board acts on same, Mr. Hurst drafted up a
copy of the letter to be typed and signed by the Committee and action will
be taken at the next meeting.

Water Dept:
Water Com. Jene Heimburg stated that all he has in the Water Dept. report is
to have the work started on the Mix house at the plant. This is a must, and
he will try to contact Mr. Cotton for the plans.

The purchase of Gasoline has been turned over to Humble Oil Ref. Co. as
they hold the State Contract and Mobil could not meet it for a another yr.

Mayor Carbeck stated that there will be a Equalization Meeting at the Town
Hall on Tues. A.M. and a Sewer Dist. Meeting in the Afternoon of the same
day.

Letter was received from Teen Power Referral Service. This was tabled until
next meeting.

Mayor Carbeck stated that he had a meeting with Mr. Azzarella of the Youth
Corp. and the Village may be able to give employment to one of the Youths
without any cost to the Village, the State will finance all salary and other
coverage, all the Village has to do is furnish this youth with employment
under the supervision of the Supt. Public Works and to send the weekly time
slips in to Buffalo for the Youth's time. The work period is for 32 hrs. a
week and the remaining 8 hrs. is to be used for Special Training period.

Letter was recieved from the Senior Citizens Recreation Council for the
approval of the Village Board on the following appointments:lt was moved
by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr. White that the following resolution be
adopted: WHEREAS vacancies exist on the Evans-Angola Recreation and Parks
Commission by reason of the following resignations of: Nelson Ingersoll~
Urban Pauly~ John Nesterowicz and Mrs Julia Cunningham, NOW THEREFORE IT
IS RESOLVED that the following named persons be appointed to fill such
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        vacancies respectively: Mrs Martha PulkowSki: Mr. Thoms Martin: Mr. Theo.
        Maier and Mrs Alice Roehner. Un. Crd.
    (                                                                                  .
    I Supt. Public Works Mr. Gugino was present at the meeting and stated that he
    I
    will be retiring at the end of this month and he so wished to thank the Vill-
  I age Board for their co-operation and has enjoyed his employment with the
  : Village for the many years that he was employed. It was moved by Mr. Kingan
 I and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the following resolution be adopted: WHEREAS~         I
 ', Frank Gugino, is retiring from employment by the Village of Angola, effective
    October 3lst.,1967, and whereas the Village has had special need for his
( service during the time when he would have been entitled t-oa vacation
    during 1967, NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that FRANK GUGINO be paid the
    cash value of his accrued vacation time in liue of taking time off.
 :\~n. Crd.

!   ~he     following bills were submitted for payment by the Clerk-Treas. Water
        Dept. cks. # 107-159 total of 8309.94 and Gen. Cks. # 115-296 total of
        12,251.68. It was moved and sec onded that the Treas. pay the bills as
        submitted. Un. Crd.

        It was moved and 2nd. that we adjourn. Un. Crd.




                                             ~~ARIAI'1NE AkNO~~'::i
                                       ~¢~~Cle~J~;l:reasurer", "J').
                                  _ _ _.ill'!. .
                                             f·)"'.j;.."':"".. ' '
                                                            '        ,   C.   Ie rk.


    WHEREAS, FRANK GUGINO has served the Village of Angola and its residents
    honorably and well for 32 years and WHEREAS, during those many years Frax
    has guided and worked with and maintaned warm friendship with the other
    Village employees and Board Members and Village Officials, NOW THERE, it
    is with regret that the resignation of Frank Gugino is accepted and this
    Board joins with the other Village Employees in wishing for Frank and his
    family continued happiness in his retirement years.




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                         INDEX
    Resol. = Youth Service
    Taxi discussion
    V.F.W. presentation of Flag to Village
    Fire Report - Fire truck specs
    Police report = ReI. ptlm. hired= Perm. app. Police Chief = New Police car
    App. Supt. Public Works
    Youth Corps resol.
    Letters for building
    Library and Fire Truck Bond discussion




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                        FIR~REPORT   FOR OCTOBER 1967


Oct. 2 = House = Herr Rd. Called by Radio Control at 6110 P.M. Released at
         6145 P.M. Trucks # 1-4-5 responded. ,24 men answered the alarm.
         Mutual aid to L.E.B. VoL Fire Co.


"" 27   =   Riker's = Evans Center & Bennett Rd. Shed. Called by Radio Control
            at 2135 P.M. Released at 2150 P.M. Trucks 1-5 responded. 8 men
            answered the alarm. Mutual aid to Evans ~enter Vol. Fire Co.


"""30   =   Penna R.R. Siding, North of Durion on Hardpan Rd. Box Car #Penn
            499-704. Loaded with grease, brooms etc. Called by Radio Control
            at 3100 A.M. Released at 6100 A.M. Called out 3 times to put out
            fire that rekindled. Trucks 1-4-5 responded. 35 men answered the
            alarm for the 3 calls.




                                             Report submitteq by:

                                         /~~c/r:d0uc:~£l
                                           Nelson Wm. Arnold .-\
                                             Fire Chief                  ,
                                             Angola Eol. Fire Co. Inc.




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     ANGOLA POLICE lJEpAm'HT':ITT HONTHLY rno:pORT   ~'O   '.!'HE VILLAGE BOARD
                        OCT 1   thru OCT    31

       EMEBGJ~NC IES:


       3   Inhalator calls
       2   Ambulance calls
       4   First aid calls
       TRAFFIC:
       2 V&T Surnmons
       7 Warning Notices
       3 Puneral Escorts
       I·f Accia.ents Investigated
       OTHER ACTIVITIES:
      3 Burglaries
      1 Larcenies
      2 Pet i t I,arcenieB
      5 Valdalism complaints
      3 Domestic Complaints
      2 Dog Orajnance Complaints served
      3 Cars stolen From Village
      5 Stolen Cars Recovered     (3 from Village,lfrom Thruway,lfrom Buffalo)
      10 Hiscellanous complaints
      5 Unfounded complaintG
      6 Suspicious car checks
      3 Emergency messages delivered
      15 Juveniles arr'estliN s
      2 Adults: arrests (A.gr &, ~Ikts Livd
      1 Hissing person reported
      5 Assists to Town I'D
      3 Assists to other Agencies
      1 HVD Revocation order enforced
      8 Street lights reported out
      ~lonthly reports to FBI and Correction
      2.886 Miles patrolled for month of Oct 1967
       380.0 Gals of gas used by Village I'D
        76.0                              Fire Co.




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                                    Regular Meeting
                                                                             17
                                    Mon. Nov. 6,1967

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
called to order on Monday Nov. 6th.,1967, at the Village Office.

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Donald Carbeck at 7130 P.M.

PRESENT:         Donald L. Carbeck                     Mayor
                 Allen White                           Trustee
                 Earl Kingan                           111111111111

                                                       111111111111
                 Carl Iannello
                                                       11111111 1111
                 Jene Heimburg

Mr. Donald Grundtisch Director of Recreation was present at the meeting in
regard to Teen Power Referral Service. It was moved by Mr. Iannello and
2nd. by Mr. H~imburg that the following resolution be adopted: EHEREAS
it is"thec,Lhj;:ention of the Angola Village Board to establish a Youth Service
Project and WHEREAS the Village of Angola is about to submit an application
for such a project to the New York State Division for Youth for its approval
and if approved, to apply subsequently to the State of New York for partial
reinbursement of funds expended on said project, as proveded by Chapter 556
of the Laws of 1945, as amended, now, therefore it is resolved that sucb
application is in all respects approved and Donald L. Carbeck, Mayor is
hereby directed and authorized to duly execute and to present siad app-
lication of the New Yor State Division for Youth for its approval. Section
2: This resolution shall take effect immediately. Un. Crd.
At this time Mr. Heirnburg requested that Mr. Grundtisch and the Chairman
be present at the next budget meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Vill-
age Angola.

Taxi seryyce: Mr & Mrs Held were present in regard to permission on a new
taxi service in ingbla area. After a brief discussion, it was tabled until
next meeting. Mr & Mrs Held are to contact the Evans Town Board Members and
request their opinion on this new service. Mr Merton Pantano the operator
of the Village taxi service was present also to the meeting and ~isplayed
his rejection on this new service.                                     '

Mr. Richard Jerozal, V.F.W. COmmander was present at the meeting and presentee
the American Flag to the Angola Village Board for display on the flagpole
in front of the new building. Flag was presented to Mayor Carbeck who in
turn thanked Corn. Jerozal and the V.F .W. post for the flag.
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Fire report was read and filed. Discussion arose on the new tank and pumper
specificatione. This was"taJ:Hed until Village Atty. Hurst can set up the
Bond Issue for this new truck.

Police report'w~s'read and filed. At this time MayorCarbeck stated that
Chief Kane's probationary period will be expired on Nov.30th.,1967 arid
due to' several 13.pplica'tions that: must De received 'at theCouritypersonnel
office within 10 days, it was moved by Mr. White and"2nd.bY Mr. 'Iannello
that Chief Kane be appointed and the following resolution be adopted:
WHEREAS Joseph 'kane willcomplete"h:is 'probationary period as Angola Police
Chief on November 30th.,1967, and whereas his service during this period
has proved to be satisfactory it is RESOLVED that Police Commissioner Allen
White be and hereby is authorized to fill out the Ptobationary report't6
the Personnel' offiCe and"thatupori"the c6i:1lpletion 'of such term Chief Kane
employment be made permanent. Un. Crd.·




                                                                                  I
18   Chief Kane stated that he has two applications for relief patrolmen that he
     would like approval on from the Board. It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd.
     by Mr. Heimburg that the following be adopted: Whereas Chief Kane has ex-
     pressed the need for additional part time extra patrolmen Now therefore it
     is resolved that James ~leirischmidt and Ricljard Barcik be and hereby are
     appointed at the rate of $2.00 per hour. Barcik subject to favorable record
     check) both being under the supervision and control of Chief Kane, upon filing
     of necessary forms and approval obtained from the Personnel Director. Un.
     Crd.       .
     Chief Kane requested permission from the Board to publish the Curfew
     notice in the Pennysaver for one week, due to the large amount of Youths
     loitering on the streets after llP.M Permission was graneed.

     It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that the Resol.
     on the Police patrol car be passed: Resolved: The specifiactions as
     sUbmitted: fot a~;Pol:rcei?atroFCa.r are'hereby approved. ,'Bids are to be
     advertised in the Evans Journal in the issue of Nov. 16th.,1967, to
     be received and opened at the regular Board Meeting Monday Dec. 4th.,1967
     at 8 P.M. Eastern Standard time. As a trade-in to be applied on the price
     thereof the present 1966 Plymouth now being operated by the Village
     as a Police Car. Un~ Crd.

     Water Dept1
     Com. Heimburg stated that at the present time there isn't any report
     other than the fire hydrant requested by Mr. Houston and this was tabled
     until next meeting.

     St. Dept.
     Com. Carl Iannello stated that he had a meeting with Water Com Heimburg
     on a replacement for Supt. Public Works and they both agreed on the vac-
     ancy being filled by Mr. Orr at $2.80 hr. It was moved by Mr. Iannello
     and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg abat the following resolution be passed:
     Whereas a vacancy exists in the position of Supt. Public Works for the
     Village Angola Now therefore it is resolved that Alton Orr be provisionaly
     appointed Supt. Public Works, sUbject to approval of Dept. Personnel, upon
     filing necessary forms at pay rate ,of $2.80 hr. effective immediately.
     Un. Crd.

     Mr. C?rbeck gave a report on the Youth Corp and it was moved by Mr. Heim-
     butg and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that the following resolution be adopted:
     Whereas the Community Organization of Erie Co. Inc. Neighborhood Youth
     Corps established under Title lB of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964
     as Sponsor has offered to operate with the Village of Angola as Host Agency,
     Now therefore it is resolved that the Mayor is authorized and directed to
     sign the agreement on behalf of the Village entering into such program. Un.              y
     Crd.
     Mayor Carbeck stated that the Planning Board and the Zoning              Bo~rds   will
     meet here on Tues. Nov. 14th.
     Trustte Allen White stated that the new house numbering project should
     se tabled until a futute date.

     Mayor Carbeck will check on the Building lettering and have a report fpr
     next rntg.         "' " ,

     New Library Building discussion arose and Village Atty. will have to set
     up the Bond requirements and should have this ready by next mtg.
                                       ;~.
     It was moved and 2nd. to adjo::~~,.
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                     ~ f' ~}lJl_ oJ I.f:':jr'~l~~~~-HL
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Hall lettleringsfor bUilding
Mayor to Wash. D.C.
B.Permit   =   E. Strianese
                            Regular Meeting                                                                      21 .
                            Mon. Nov. 20,1967
The Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
held Monday Nov. 20th., 1967, at the Village Hall.

Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7730 P.M.
PRESENT:           Donald L. Carbeck                                                 Mayor
                   Earl Kingan                                                       Trustee
                                                                                     II II II II II II II
                   Allen White
                   Jene Heimburg                                                     II II II II II II 11

                                                                                     11111111111111
                   Carl Iannello

MAYOR REPORTS:
A written report was received from the Eastern Sign Company in regard to
the hall lettering for the outside of the new Village Building. Prices
quoted were $263.00 net including the installation cost for Angola letter-
ing in 15" leteers and Fire Dept. and Village Office in 10" letters. It
was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Iannello that Eatern Sign Co. be
granted the job of the lettering. Un. Crd.
Ptlm. Reiter is working on the sign and meter ordinances.
Mayor presented the list of hydrants to be fixed to the Supt. in Charge.
Fire Trk. and Library perm. referendum being set up by Atty.
Mayor requested permission to attend the Surb. Growth Conference in Wash.
D.C. on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1st. It was moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr.
Kingan that the Mayor be granted permission to attend this Conference with
necessary expenses paid by the Village. Un. Crd.

Buwlding permit was received from Eugene Strianese to erect a private
garage on his property. It was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr/
Heimburg that the permit be granted. Un. Crd.

WATER DEPT.
Water Com. reported on his future project on the pit meters on No. Main St.
Nothing else pending at this time.

ST. DEPT:
Com. Iannello reported nothing at this time.

It was moved and seconded to adjourn. Un. Crd.




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                       INDEX


Fire Report
Police Report
Water Dept. on No. Main Pit.
Supt. Public Works on trees
Police Car bids
Transfers to A30-400 & A 82-200
Parking mtrs. to be repaired.
Jan. mtg. dates
Traffic Ordinances
Letter for App. Mr. Vitaris to Youth Com.
Resol on Youht Division application.




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                                             :tDecember I967



                  Fire Report For November I967

1   Nick's Starlite-Old Lake Shore Road.Called By Radio Control
    At I:40 P.M.Released At 2:00 P.M. Trucks I • 5 Responded.
    5 Men Answered The Alarm.
    Mutual Aid To Evans Center Vol. Fire Co.




                  ANGOLA VOL. FIRE CO.INC.
            ~ W'lf!. ~<             CHIEF.




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            ANGOr,A POLICE DEPAHTNEWJ' NONTHLY HEPORT TO THE VILLAGE BOAED

                                 NOV   1st   thru   NOV 30th




              3 inhalator calls
              8 First Aid calls
              5 Ambulance calls


             5 FUNERAL ESCOHTS
             1 f1otorcade escort
             3 Accidents investigated
             8 Warning notices.
             O'l'l-Iim ACTIVITIES;
            13 Assist to other         de~lrtments
             2 Burglaries
              1 Criminal trespass
              1 Petit Le),rceny
              1 Public intoxication complaint
              2 Prowler complaints
             3 Malicious mischief
             5 Miscellaneous complaints
             lj. Arrest warrants executed
             3 Obscene phone call complaints
             2 Dog complaints
             2 Violation of Village Garba[r,e Ordinance
             8 Hecord checks for Various agencies.
             6 Calltl to Dog w8rden
            13 Street lights reported out
             5 Motor Vehicle dept revocation orders executed
             J Assists to stranded motorists.
             2 SgeecheB delivered by re9reBentative of Villag() police dept.
             Nonthly report to Correction
              II       II   II FBI
             Quarterly         Motor Vehicle Dept
            2,551 l1ileB patrolled by Village Police
        I     3" c,9:1Ga1 '   s of gaBoline used by Police Dept
              13~,3   II             «           II Fire Dept.
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                                                                  Joseph P Kane
                                                                  Chief of Police




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                             Rwgular Meeting                                  25
                             Mon. Dec. 4,1967

The Regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
held on Monday Dec. 4th.,1967, at the Village Office.
                                                ,
Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7130 P.M.
PRESENT:           Donald L. Carbeck       Mayor
                   Allen White             Trustee
                   Earl Kingan             11111111111111

                   Jene Heimburg           11111111111111

ABSENT             Carl Iannello           11111111111111



FIRE DEPT:
Fire Report was submitted by Chief Nelson Arnold. Read and filed.

POLICE DEPT.:
Report was submitted by Chief Joseph Kane. Read and filed.

WATER DEPT:
Com. Heimburg stated that at present his men are working with the Town of
Evans maintenance men on removing some old meter equipment on No. Main St.
pit area. He feels that. by running a direct line, this will eliminate the
slow water pressure for the School District. He hopes to have this all comp-
leted within a veyy short time.

SUPT. PUBLIC WORKS
Supt. Alton Orr stated that there are several trees on both South Main and
North Main Sts. that will have to be removed, plUs a large tree at Orchard
& Mill Sts. He was instructed to notify the State Highway men for aid on
the removal of these trees.

POLICE CAR BIDS:
WHEREAS sealed bids were received and opened at 8100 P.M. pursuant to adv-
ertisement for purchase of a new police car as follows:
Lewis Catalino Auto Service = $1760.00 plus trade in.
Crest Dodge Inc       "   ,.• =:: $2378,.25 ~lllllllll~IIIIl.I"}llIllll
Now Therefore it is resolved that the bid of Lewis Auto Service be accepted
and the purchase of a 1968 Plymouth b.e approved am'! ,the, trade in of the 1966
Plymouth be authorized plUs the payment of a net price of $1760.00.      It
being further determined that such vehicle be equipped with IS" tires with
disc brakes on the front wheels and further Resoled that the Clerk be auth-
orized to return the bid deposit of $150.00 to the unsuccessful Bidder, Crest
Dodge InC. and the deposit of Lewis Catalino be retained until delivery of
the vehicle and then returned. Moved by Mr. White and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg.
Un. Crd.

Treas. Marianne Arnold and Budget Director Earl Kingan requested several
transfers be made this evening: It was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2hd. by Mr.
White that the amount of $84.00 be transferred from A 650 (Contingent Fund)
to A 30-4001 and the amount of $900.00 be transferred from A 650 to A 82-200
Un. Crd.

Discussion arose on the needed repairs of the parking meters, as over half
of them are not in working condition and this has impaired the revenue. It
was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that the following resol-
ution be passed: Resolved: The Streets Dept. is hereby authorized to remove
the parking meters for repairs from Dec. 8th. until Feb. 1st. 1968, during
which time they are to be put in good working order. Un. Crd.
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-Mayor Carbeck stated that the dates of the Jan. mtg. will be changed from the
Jan. 1 and 15th. to Jan. 8th. and 22nd. due to the Holiday.

Village Atty. Hurst gave a report on the Traffic Ordinances that Ptlm. Reiter
has been working on and stated that he would like to confer with Mr. Morrison
on some of these ordinances and in the meantime, tdble them until he is ready
to present the whole packet to the Board for Approval.

Letter was recmived from Eugene Heil, Chairman of the Evans Angola Rec. Parks
Corn. on the appointment of a Mr. Vitaris to fullfillthe vacany of Mr. O!Keefe
that has resigned. It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. Kingan that
the folloWing resolution be passed: Resolved: Larry Vitaris, 6633 Erie Rd.
Derby, N.Y. is hereby appointed to the Evans Angola Recreation & Parks Corn.
to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. Henry J. O"Keefe, such
term to expire June 11,1970. Un. Crd.

RESOLUTION FROM yeUTH DIVISION:
It was moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. White WHEREAS it is the intention
of the Angola Village Board of the Angola Village to provide recreation as in
the past,and WHEREAS the Town of Evans and Village of Angola is aboaut to
submit an application for such a project to the New York State Division for
Youth for its approval, and if approved, to apply SUbsequently to the State
of New York for partial reimbursement of funds expended on said project, be it
resolved ahat such application is in fUll respects approved and Donald Carbeck, Ma
Mayor, is hereby directed and authorized to duly execute and to present said app-
lication of the New York State Division for Youth for its approval.
Section 2: This resolution shall take effect immediately. Adopted by the foll-
owing vote: AyesT Heimburg, Kingan,White and Carbeck. NaysT None.

It was moved and seconded for the Treas. to pau all bills as submitted:
Water Dept. cks. # 155 - 201 total of $2617.43 and Gen. Cks. # 171-402
total of $5133.49. Un. Crd.

It was moved and 2nd. to   a~~~
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Library Model
Kane's report on Conference
Transfer 121-400 to 104-400
Resol. on Library
Resol. on Fire Truck




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                              EXTRACT OF MINUTES

             Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village

             of Angola, in the County of Erie, New York.

                               December 18, 1967




            A regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of

     Angola, in the County of Erie, New York, was held at the Village Hall,

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                                               -'.Jd o'clock _r_"_.M. ( E:.S. T ••
     in said Village, on December 18, 1967, at __             /J                 )


            There were present:       Honorable Donald L. Carbeck, Mayor,
                                      and




           Also present:              M,il pi ll~:::@. .fu,g~~:'lil±S!ge-'C
                                                                          tnrk
                                        •
                                      Floyd H. Hurst, Village Attorney

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           _~        i· )   l,_-""", '-t-__offer:ed   the following resolution and
    moved HS'!adoption:-




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             BOND RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE OF ANGOLA,

             NEW YORK, ADOPTED DECEMBER 18, 1967,

             A UTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF A PUMPER FIRE
                                                                     ---
             TRUCK, INCLUDING EQUIPMENT AND APPARATUS

             USED IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, FOR THE :F'IRE

             DEPARTMENT OF SAID VILLAGE, STATING THE

             ESTIMATED MAXIMUM COST THEREOF IS $35, ODD,

             APPROPRIATING SAID AMOUNT THEREFOR, INCLUDING

             THE APPROPRIATION OF $1,750 CURRENT :FUNDS TO

             PROVIDE THE DOWN PAYMENT, AND AUTHORIZING

             THE ISSUANCE OF $33,250 SERIAL BONDS OF SAID

             VILLAGE TO FINANCE THE BALANCE OF THE

             APPROPRIATION.


             THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF ANGOLA, IN

      THE COUNTY OF ERIE, NEW YORK, HEREBY RESOLVES (by the

      favorable vote of not less than two-thirds of all the members of said

      Board) AS FOLLOWS:

             Section 1.   The Village of Angola (herein called "Village"), in

      the County of Eric, New York, is hereby authorized to purchase a 1,000

      gallon class "A" type combination pumper, including equipment lind

      apparatus used in connection therewith, for the use of the Fire Depart-
                                                                                    I
      ment of the Village.   The estimated maximum cost of said specific
                                                                                    I
      object or purpose, including preliminary costs and costs incidental thereto

      and the financing thereof, is $35,000 and the said amount is hereby

      appropriated therefor, inclUding the appropriation of $1,750 current funds

      of the Village to pI' ovide the down payment required by law. The plan
                                         .
      of financing includes the use of said current funds, the issuance of serial
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                               bonds to finance the balance of said appropriation and the levy of a ta~
                    ..         upon all the taxable reel property in the Vlllage to paythe   J.nte:l'll~id
                         ,.....r"
                               bonds and the principal thereof as the same shall become due and payable.
                                                                                                      1
                                      Section 2. Serial bonds in the principal amount of. $33,250

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                               of the Village, arc hereby authorized to be issued pursuant to the pro-
r     I
                               visions of the Local Finance Law, constituting Chapter 33-8 of the

                               Consolidated Laws of the State of New      York (herein called "Law"),

                               to finance the balance of said appropriation not provided by said current

                               funds.

                                        Section 3.   The following additional matters are hereby deter-

                               mined and declared:--             •

                                        \a)   The specific object or purpose for which the bonds authorized

                               by this resolution are to be issued is the purchase of a motor vehicle

                               used for fighting fires, including equi (>ment and apparatus used in con-

                               nection therewith, the estimated cost of which is in excess of $5,000

                               and, in consequence, the period of probable usefulness of said specific

                               object or purpose pursuant to the limitations of Section 11. 00 a. 27 of

                               the Law, is ten (10) years.

                                        (b)   Current funds are required to be provided prior- to the

                               issuance of the bonds authorized by this resolution or any bond anticipation

                               notes issued in anticipation of the sale thereof pursuant to Section 107.00

                               of the Law and such current funds in the amount of $1,750 are now
              'I    !

              I
                               available in the budget of the Village for the 1967 -1968 fiscal year under
               I.

                               the heading "Fire Department Equipment."        The Village Treasurer is

                               hereby directed to set aside iJaTcr"funds and to apply the Slme solely to

                               the said specific object or purpcse.

                                        (cj   The proposed ma turity of the bonds authorized pursuant to

                            I this resolution will exceed five years.
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            Section 4.     Each of the bonds authorized by this resolution ...d

     any bond IInti9ipation notes issued in anticipation of said     bonds~ll be
     contain the recital of validity prescribed by §52. 00 of the Law llnd sll!d

     bonds and any notes issued in anticipation thereof, shall be general

     obligations of the Village, payable as to both principal and interest by

     a general tax upon all the taxable real property within the Village without

     limitation of rate or amount.        The f<lith and credit of the Village are

     hereby irrevocably pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of

     and interest on said bonds and any notes issued in anticipation of said

     bonds and provision shall be made annualJ.y in the budget of the Village

     by appropriation for (a) the amortization and redemption of the bond/.!

     and notes to mature in such year and (b) the payment of interest to be

     due and      payable in such year.

            Section 5.     Subject to the provisions of this resolution and of

     the "Law, and pursuant to the provisions of §30. 00 relative to the authori-

     zation of the issuance of bond anticipation notes and of §50. 00 and §§51l.00

     to 60.00 of the Law, the powers and duties of the Board of Trustees

     relative to prescribing the terms, form and contents and as to the sale

     and issuance of the bonds herein authorized and of any notes issued in

     anticIpation of said bonds, and the renewals thereof, are hereby delegated

     to the chief fiscal officer of the Village.

            SectIon 6.     The validity of the bonds authorized by this resolution.

     and of any notes Issued in anticipatIon of said bonds, may be contested only

     if:                                      -   •
            (a)       such oblIgations are authorized for an object
                      or purpose for whIch the Village is not
                      authorIzed to expend money, or
                                          •
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                         {b}                 the provisiOM of law which should be complied
     -                                       with lit the date of the publication of such
                                             rel!lolutlon, are not substantially complied with,
 ,
.'       ~an              action, suit or proceeding contesting such validity, is commenced

         within twenty days after the date of such publication, or

                         (c)                 such obliga tions are authorized in violation
                                             of the provisions ,of the constitution.

                         Section 7.                 This resolution shall    take effect thirty (30) days after

         its adoption, unless within thirty {30) days after it s adoption there shall

         be filed with the Village CleTk, in accordance with Article 5-A of the

         Village Law, a petition signed and acknowledged by electors of                              th~   Village

         of the number required by law, qualified to vote upon a proposition to

         raise and expend money, protesting against this resolution and requesting

         that itoo submitted to the                           electors of the Village for their approval or

         disapproval, in which case this resolution                            shall take effect when approved

         by the affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified electors of the

         Village, voting upon a proposition for its approval at a referendum held

         in accordClnce. with the Village Law.




                         The adoption of the foregoing resolution was seconded by
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                                          .1 .~ •• , t"
                                         (!l . /" P'A~~'-'t
         which resulted' as follows:

                                             AYES:

                                             NOES:

                         The resolution was declared unanimously adopted.



                                                              **"''''
                         ~l;'_)!~~~ff~-..offered                              the following resolution and

         moved it~' adoption:-'                                .
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                               R~OLVED BY THE BOARD OF 'tRUSTEE'S OF rlf:l!:vt~"iJaE,:                     .j.",,' ' /




                               Section 1.   The Village Clerk of the Village of Angola, Infue

                     County of Erie, New York, shall, within ten (IO) dlllyS after 'the adoption

                     of the bond resolution referred to in the form of NoticeherelnlJlftrer set

                     forth in Section 3 hereof, cause to be pUblished at least once in the

                     "EVANS JOURNAL, a newspaper pUblished in EVllns, New York. having

                     II   general circulation within said Village, lind hereby designated as the

                     official newspaper of said Village, and to be posted                 in at lellSt six (6)

                     of the most public places in the Village, a Notice which shall set forth

                     the date of adoption of said foregoing resolution lind contain an abstract

                     thereof conciseiy stating its purpose and effect.

                              Section 2.    After said bond resolution shall take effect, the

                     Village Clerk is hereby directed to cause said bond resolution to be

                     published, in full, in the newspaper           hereinabove referred to in Section 1

                     hareil!, and hereby designated the official newspaper for said publication,

                     together with a notice in substantially the form as provided by Section

                     81. 00 of the Local Finance Law, constituting Chapter 33,.a of the Consoli-

                     dated Laws of the State of New York.

                              Sec Hon 3.    The Notice referred to in Section 1 hereof, shall

                     be in SUbstantially the following form:-
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                VILLAGE OF ANGOLA, IN THE COUNTY
                      OF ERIE, NEW YORK


        PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on necember 18, 1967, the BOlilrd

of Trustees of the Village of Angola, in the County of Erie, New York,

adopted a bond resolution entitled:

        "Bond Resolution of the Village of Angola, New York, adopted
December 18, 19.67, authorizing the purchase of a pumper fire truck.
including equipment and apparatus used in connection therewith, for
the Fire Department of said Village, stating the estimated maximum
cost thereof is $35, 000, appropriating said amount therefor, including
the appropriation of $1, 750 current funds to provide the down payment,
and authorizing the issullnce of $33.250 serial bonds of saId Village to
finance the balance of the appropriation,"

an abstract of which resolution concisely stating the purpose and effect

thereof, is as follows:        \
                               l
          FIRST: AUTHORIZING the Village of Angola ("Village"), to
purchase a 1, 000 gallon class "A" type combina tion pumper, including
equipment and apparatus used in connectlon therewith. for the use of
the Fire Department of the Village; STATING the estimated maximum
cos{c of said specific object or purpose, including preliminary co~ts
an¢ costs incidental thereto and the financing thereof, is $35. 000
APPROPRI.I\TING said amount therefor, induding the appropriati~n of
$.1,,750 current funds to provide the down payment required by law and
STATING the plan of financing include s tbe use of said $ J, 750 current
funds, the issuance of $33,250 serial bonds to finance the balance of
the appropr'iation, and the levy of a tax upon all the taxablc ,'cal prop-
erty within the Village to pay the principal of said bonds and the
interes t thereon;

       SECOND:       AUTHORIZING tile issuance of $33, 250       ~erial   bonds
of said Village;

        THIRD: DETERMINING that thc period of probable usefulness
of said specific objcct or purpose is ten (lO) year's; t1iatcurrent funds
are required to be provided prior to the 'issuance of said bonds or any
bond anticipation notes and that such current funds are available in the
budget of the Village for the 1967-19(;8 fi.scal,)~ar under the heading
"Fire Department Equipment; " DIHECTING the Village Treasurer to
set aside such current funds and apply them solely to said specific
object or purpose; and DETERMINING that the maturity of said bonds
will exceed five yC8rs;

        FOURTH: DETERMINING that said bonds and any notes issued
in anticipation of said bonds, sh..:;l.l.JJ.c general obligations of the Village
and PLEDGING to their payment the faith and credit of the Villflge;


                                                                                        I
        FIFTH: DELEGATING to the chief fiscal officer the powers lind
duties as to the issuance of such bonds and any notes issued in anti-
cipation of said bonds and the renewals thereof; and

        SIXTH: DETERMINING that the resolution shall take effect thirty
(30) days after it s adoption, unless within thirty (30) days a petition
shall be filed in accordance with Article 5-A of the Village Law, pro-
testing against the resolution and requesting it to be submitted to the
electors for their approval or disapproval.


BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                                                             "

DECEMBER 18, 1967

                                               I
                                         MARIANNE O. ARNOLD,

                                                   Village Clerk




               Section 4.
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                            This resolution shall take effect immediateiy.




               The adoption of the foregoing resolution, was llecond\td by

               ~~!YQ
        which resulted as follows:

                      AYES:

                      NOES:

               The resolution was declared unanimously adopted.
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                                                       General - No Veto                                    6/1/67 (3M)




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                                                             CERTIFICATE
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                     I,     MAIUANNJ: O• .AflNOLID. Village Clerk of th<il                       V~l'l11l   !}f
                                      Angola,   .w   the County of );rie.


                 State of     NlllW   York                            , HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing
                 annexed extract from the minutes of a meeting of the                                             _

                           BOllrd of Trusteefl                 of said                                                ----,
                 duly called and held on                            DC(~'i'lmber Hi
                                                 -------;;;:..;...;;...:::...=.=:.;::-..=----,     <)1
                                                                                                 19- - - ' has been

                 compared by me with the original minutes as officially recordod in my

                 office i.n the Minute Book of said

                 and is a truo, complete and correct copy thereof and of the whole of said

                 original minutes so far as the same relate to the subj ect mat tel's referred

                 to in said extract.

                          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affi.xed the

!                                                    corporate seal of said                      y111~ge

                                                     tllis
                                                             ---- dayof
                                                              18th                                                , 19 -:rr
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                 (Seal)                                                   Village Clerk



                                                     --       "--""""-""------~~---""---------~--~
                                                 •
                       AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING


SXATE OF NEW YORK              )
                                   ss:
COUNTY. OF ERIE                )


         MARIANNE O. ARNOLD, being duly sworn deposes and

811yS:

         That she is now and at all the times hereinafter mentioned

she was the dUly appointed, qualified and acting Village Clerk of the

Village of Angola, in the County of Erie, New York;

         That on the       day of                       -', 1967, she caused to

be conspicuously posted and        fastened· up a Notice setting forth an

abstract of the bond resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees

on December 18, 1967, in· the following places, and that said places

constitute at least six (6) of the most public places in said Village:-


1.

2.

3.

4.

5.
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6.
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                                                     Village Clerk


Subscribed and sworn to before me

this _ _day of             _        ,    1967.




Notary Public, Sta te of New York
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                                                              EXTRACT OF MINU'rES

                         Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village

                         of Angola, in the County of Erie, New York.

                                                               December 18, 1967




                         A regular me.eting of the Board of 'Trustees of the Village of

               Angola, in the County of Erie, New York, was held at the Village Hall,

               in said Village, on December 18, 1967, at 7.~_0'clock f_.M.(E.S.T.i.


                         There were present:                               Honorable Donald L. Carbeck, Mayor,
                                                                           and
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                        There were absent:
                                                                            /f'l'"'- j'J-/U~"'1'~7'
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                        Also present:

                                                                           Floyd H. Hurst, Village Att.orney




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                                                                                  offered ilie following resolution and
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           moved it13' adoptlon:-                                    v




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     1          AUTHORIZING (1) (A) ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN LA.:ND            "

                SITUATE   AT 36 NORTH MAIN STREET, IN SAID
     I
     I"         VILLAGE, AS THE SITE OF A VILLAGE LIBRARY,

                AT AN E:STlMATED MAXIMUM COST OF $9, 000 (B)

                APPROPRIATION OF SAID AMOUNT THEREFOR, AND

                (C) ISSUANCE OF $9,000 SERIAL BONDS TO FINANCE

                SAID APPROPRIATION, (2) (A) ACQUISITION OF THE

                EXISTING BUILDING ON SAID SITE FOR USE AS SAID

                LIBRARY, AT AN ESTIMATED MAXIMUM COST       Or
                $14,500, (B) APPROPRIATION OF SAID AMOUNT

                THEREFOR, AND (C) ISSUANCE OF $14,500'SERIAL

                BONDS TO FINANCE SAID APPROPRIATION, AND,

                (3) (A) RECONSTRUCTION, IN PART, OF SAID

                BUILDING, AT AN ESTIMATED MAXIMUM COST OF

                $51,000. (B) APPROPRIATION OF SAID AMOUNT

                THEREFOR, INCLUDING $4,500 CURRENT FUNDS

                TO PROVIDE THE DOWN ·PAYMENT. (C) ISSUANCE

                OF $46,500 SERIAL BONDS TO FINANCE THE

                BALANCE OF SAID APPROPRIATION, AND (D)

                EXPENDITURE OF ANY COUNTI. OR FEDERAL

                FUNDS RECEIVED THEREFOR TO BE EXPENDED



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~:~¥ -~~'''~RJ) OF 'TRt1ST.~ OF THE                                                                 Vli.,ilAmi-O, ~GOLA.
It '~:'I'HJ:CotmTY
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                                                       OF )l)RIE. 1't1!lW YORK. HEkESy'lU;:SOI,.YSlt (biUte
                                                             .                                      ;-,~i'~"?"-" , / i } ' : . , '
         "'~:rlll\l'" 'Vote of not                                     tess */11   twcHhirds of all ~',m~mber_'()f 811111\
                   ..:,.
         Boerd) AS FOLWWS: '

                           Section· L                     The Vmage                of   Angola (herem .caUed"Vmll.e"). in.e

         County of Erie, New York, is hereby authorized to acquire by purch&se

         the certSi.D pIece                            01"        parcel of land situate at 38 North Main Street, in

         the Village,                      illS    the site of a Village libl'ary.                    The         estimated maximum
                                                                                                                                                 •

         cost of sllid specific object or purpOse, including preliminary costs of

         surveys, maps, plans and estimates and coste incidental thereto and the

         financing thereof.' is $9.000 and the said amount is hereby appropriated

         therefor.                    Serial bonds of the Village, in the principal amount of $9.000

         are hereby lIuthorized to be issued pursuant to the Local Finapce Law,

         constituting Chapter 33-a of the Consolidated Lsws of the State of New York

         (herein called "Law"), to finance said appropriation                                                          and the plan of finan-

         cing includes the issuance of said serialbonds and the levy and collection

         of taxes on all the taxable real property in the Village to pay the princi-

         pal of said bonds and the interest thereon as the same shall become                                                                     du~


         and payable.
                           Section 2.                     The VIllage is hereby authorized to acquire by purchase

         the existing building situa te on the land hereinabove authorized to be

         acquired in Section I hereof,                                         for"~ llJl        a Village library, and to grade

         and improve the site.                                           The estimated maximum cost of saId specific object




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                            ··< ..•.9 .." ..yn    ..' "     .......   " ...... g ... l •.   nereoy      a\JUI~llUII,q to".re~c1if.)!,I,n,
                           , ' . ,,:' , _.' ,       :. _ ,-        _, :~\\:,:"._"': ',_ '?:~;':'-::'~~i;;·:::"",,~·;':;·,"}ti::i.,7
                      ptll"t, :.a~ bulldlni auth9:rized to be purchatl'ci':,t.t'u~.l¥I a~i~1e li"q
                        "      ,   ,,'"   .'   ,c. "      -,'   ,,'x'__
                                                                     ",                               _.',,~!:,:~,,:,:e- ',,:": ,..~r ',,"   ,,:,:",.,   ,,"':-", ,.
                    "1n.eOt!Ofl 2 ~J'.Of, . .I.n~luding purchase                                    of:",          original            tUi'ni.tdrlg~.ettttlP~
                      ment, m.achinery: and, apparatus required tor 'the p1rpose for :'~h said

                    . building as so reconstructed is to be u••d.                                              The estim.ated maximum . . ~~
           ':   '
                      01 sald/Jpeclflc object or purpose, including preliminary costs and costs',,'

                      incidental thereto and the financing there9t. is $51.000 and said '~mount

                      18 Iulreby appropriated therefor, inclUding the appropriation of $4.100
                                                       now              available therefor to provide the required down'

                      payment.            Serial' bonds in the principal amount of $46.500 are hereby

                      authorized to be issued pursuant to the Law to finance the balance of said

                      appropriation.                   The plan ofJinancing;lncludes the use of said $4.500

                      current funds, the issuance of serial bonds of the Village in the principal

                      amoWtt of $46. 500 and the levy of                                    I.l   tax upon all the taxable real property

                      in the Village to pay the prinetpltlof said bonds and the interest" thereoi\

                      S8 theL.tii!\le shall become due and payable.                                            The Village expects to

                      receive $11. 000 from the County of Erie, New York and $21. !J81l from the

                      United States of America pursuant to the United States Library and

                      Construction Act (PL. 38-269) and sum amounts so receive.d are hereby

                      authorized to be expended toward the cost of so reconstructing said

                      building or to redemption of any bonds issued therefor, or to be budgeted

                      as an offset to the taxes for payment of the principal and interlitat on the

                      bonds.

                                   fiection 4.              The following additillnal matters are .hereby determined                                                            ) .

                      IIInd dllclared:-

                                   (a)    The estimated total cost of acquiring said land and building
                                                                                      .
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                      and reconstructing, in part,                                  said building, inciuding prelim.inary cOsfa

                      lIInd costs of surveYs, maps, plans. estimttes and hearings and costs
                                                                                                                                                                i .     ", '"
                      inCidental thereto and the financing the.reof, is $74, 500.                                                                                      \';~~-----'I
•                     (b).   The period of pr(1)able usefulness of acquiring sil£r!.a$ld,~139
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      ..---. being the ~pecific object or purpose for which said $9.,000 8erilll pon.,ts
                                                                                         ;

            herein authorized to be issued,within the limitations of Section'! L 00

            s. 21 of the Law, is thirty (30) years, but the maturity             of   the bonds

            1'1I11rein authorized to be issued shall not exceed fifteen (151 yean.

                      (c)    The period of probable usefulness of acquiring said buIlding,

            being the specific object or purpose for which saId $14, 500 serialbonds

            herein authorized to be issued, within the limitations of Section 11.00

            a.· 11. (b) of the Law. is twenty (20) years, but the maturity of the

            bonds herein authorized to be issued shall not exceed ten (10) years.

                      (d)    The said building authQI'ized to be purchased for use as s

            Village library is of Class         "B" construction as defined by the provisions
            of Section 11. 00 a, 11 (b) of the Law, and,' in Qonsequence, the period

            of probable usefulness of the specific object or purpose for which the

            $46,500 serial bonds herein authorized are to be issued within the                lirnJ.-
                                                       •
            ta~ions   of Section 11,00 a. 12. (a) of the Law, is fifteen (15) years.

                      (e)    Current funds are not required by the Law to be provided

            prior to the issuance of $9,000 and $14,500 bonds authorized by this

            resolution or any bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation thereof

            pursuant to the provisions of Section 107.00 d. 4. of the Law.

                      (f)    Current funds are required by the Law to be provided prior

            to the issUance of the $46, 500 bonds authorized by this resolution or any

            bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation thereof and such current

            funds in the amount of $4. :5'00 .8.:1' Iff:) now     available to said purpose

            and the chief      fi~,al   officer, "is htreb;r lluthorized llnd directed to set

            aside said current funds and apply them solely to the specific object

            or purpose hereinabove deacribed.
                                                 .     ...
                      (g)    The proposed maturity of the bonds authorized by this resb~

           .lution will exceed five (5) years.
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           Section,-     Each of the bonds authori2:ed by this resolution and
I
    any bond 'anticipation notes issued in anticipation of said bonds, shall be

    contllin the recital of validity prescribed by §52i 00 of the Law and said

    bonds and any notes issued in anticipation thereof, shall be general

    obligations of the Village, plIIyable as to both principal lind interest by

    a genenl tax upon all the taxable real property within the Village without

    limitation of rate or amount.     The faith and credit of the Village are

    hereby irrevocably pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of

    and interest on said bonds and any notes issued in anticipation of said

    bonds and provision shall be made annually in the budget of the Village

    by appropriation for (a) the amortization and redemption of the bonds

    and notes to rna ture in such year and (b) the payment of interest to be

    due and 'payable ,in such year.

           Section 6.    Subject to the provisions of this resolution and of

    the Law, and pursuant to the provisions of §30. 00 relative to the authori-

    zation of the issuance of bond anticipation notes and of §50: 00 and §§56.00

    to 60.00 of the Law, the powers and duties of the Board of Trustees

    relative to prescribing the terms, form and contents' and as to the sale

    and issuance of the bonds herein authorized and of any notes issued in'

    anticipation of said bonds, and the renewals thereof, are hereby delegated.

    to the chief fiscal officer of the Village ..



                                                                                      I
           Section 7.    The validity of the bonds authorized by this resolution,

    and of any notes issued 'in anticipation of said bonds, may be contested only
                                                                                      I
    if:

           (a)     such obligations are authorized for an object
                   or purpose for which the Village is not
                   authorized to expend money, or
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I                 (b)           the provisions of law which should be eomplied
I
                                with at the date of the publication of such
                                resolution, are not substantially complied with,

    ........ ~nd an action, suit or proceeding contestIng such validity, is cOI:l!f!:lencect
                                                                                    '-
              within twenty days after the date of such publication, or

                  (c)           such obligations are authorized in violation
                                of the provisions of the constitution.

                  Section (J.            This resolution shall                            take effect thirty (30) days after

         its adoption, unless             wi~in                           thirty (30) days after it s adoption there shall

         be fUed with the Village Clerk, J,n accordance with Article 5-A of the

         Village Law, a petition signed and acknowledged by electors of the Village

         of the number required by law, qualified to vote upon a proposition to

         raise and expend money, protesting against this resolution and requesting
                                                   •
         that il.re submitted to the electors of the Village for their approval or

         disapproval, in which case this resolution                                         shall take effee t when approved

         by the affirmative vote of a majority of the quallfied eleetors of the

         Village, voting upon a proposition for its approval at a referendum held

         in accordance with thc Village Law.

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                  The adoption of the foregoing resolution was seconded by
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         which resulted as follows:
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                                AYES:         .'


                                NOES:

                  The resolution was declared una nj mously adopted.



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         moved it~ adoption:-
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I"      oF ANG04A, IN THE couNfr OF ERIE,NEW 'YORK:, ASlf.,OLlbO'.vS:·
,
                                             Section 1.   The Village Clerk ot the Village of                  Ango~., in
                                                                                                                      t'   .
                                                                                                                                  the                   ]
                              County of Erie, New York. shall, within tCln (10) days after the adoption,
                              of the bond resolution referred to in the tor~ of Notice bei~hl.ftfar" $et

                              forth ill Section 3 hereof, cause to bif published at lust once in>~"




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                           .
                        "EVANS JOURNAL, a newspaper published in Evans, New York, having
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                   /a general circulation within said Village, and hereby designated as the
                                                                                                      ,




                           officiel newspaper of said Village, lind to be posted                              in at leaiat six (6)

                           of the most pUblic places in the Village, a Notice which shall set forth

                           the date of Ilidoption of said foregoing resolution and contain an abstract

                              thereof concisely stating its purpose and effect.

                                             Section 2.   After said bond resolution shall take effect, the

                           Village Clerk is hereby directed to cause said bond resolution to be

                           published, in full, in the newspaper                          hereinabove referred to in Section 1

                           herailf, and hereby designated the official newspaper for said publication,

                           together with a notice in SUbstantially the form as provided by Section

                           81. 00 0,£ the LocQl Finance Law, constituting Chapter 33-a of the ConsoH-

                           dated Laws of the State of New York.

                                             Section 3.   The Notice referred to in Section 1 hereof, shall

                           be in substantially the following form:-.
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I:~~                            VILLAGE 01<' ANGOLA. IN THE Coilii!TY
                                                                                                                 43
                                        OF ERIE, NEW YORK;


           PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on December. 18, 1967, the Board

 of Trustees of the Village of Angola, in the County of Erie, New York,

 adopted     -II   bond resolution entitled:

         "Bond Resolution of the VHiage of Angola, New York, adopted
  December 18, 1967, authorizing (I) (a) acquisition of certain land at
  38 North Main Street, in said Village, as the site of a Village library,
 at an estimated maximum cost of $9,000 (b) Elppropriation of said amount·
 therefor, and (e) issuance of $9,000 serial bonds to finance saId appro-
 prlaUolt. ,(2) (Il) acquisition of the existing building on said site for use.
 as said library, at an estimllted maximum cost of $14,500, (b) appro-
 priation of said amount therefor, and (c) issuance of $14,500 serial
 bonds to finance said appropriation, and, (3) (a) reconstruction, in
 part, of saId building, at an estimated maximum cost of $51,000, (b)                       c



 appropriation of said amount therefor, including $4,500 current funds
 to provide the down payment, (c) issuance of $46,500 serial bonds to
 finance the balance of said appropriation, and (d) expenditure of any
 County or Federal Funds received therefor to be expended toward the
 cost thereof or redemption of any bonds issued therefor or to be bud-
 geted as an offset to the taxes to pay the principal of and interest on
 said bonds and stnting the estimated total cost of acquiring said land
 and building and reconstructing said building is $74,500,"

 an abstract of which resolution concisely stating the purpose and effect

 thereof, is as follows:

         FIRST: AUTHORIZING the Village of Angola ("Village") to acquire-
 by purchase the land situate at 38 North Main Street, in the Village, as
 the site of a Village library; STATING the estimated maximum a:st theirof,ircluding
 surveys, maps, plans and estimates and costs incidental thereto and the
 financing thereof, is $8,000; APPROPRIATING said amount therefor;
 AUTHORIZING the issuance of $8,000 scrial bonds of the Village' pursuant
 to the Local Finnncc Law ("Law"), to finance said appropriation; STATING
 the plan of financing includes the. issuance of said serial bonds and the
 levy and collect ion of taxes on all the 1:'!lxable real property in the Village
 to pay the principal of said bonds and tile interest thereon as the same
 shall become -, due and payable;

         SECOND: A UTHORIZING the Village to acquire by purchase the
 existing building situate on said land for use as D Village library, and. to
 grade and improve the site; STATI~...!:!1~ estirna ted maximum cost thereof
 is $14,500; APPROPRIATING said amount therefor; AUTHORIZING the
 issuance of $!4, 500 serial bonds of the Village pursaunt to the Law to
 finance said Dppropria tlon; STATING ~pl(ln of financing includes the                                                I
 issuance of real property in the Village to and collectiOn of taxes onbonds
 the taxable sald sena! bonds and tl€levy pay the principal of said                   all_~~~_.~._·.,·.•·.·•. I
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 and the interest thereon as the same shall become due and payable;

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__           THIRD: AUTHORIZING the Village to reconstruct, in part, ~id
     building, including purchase of the original furnishings, equipment,         ..,
     machinery and apparatus required for the purpose for which said building
     as so reconstructed is to be used; STATING the estimated maximum cost
     thereof, is $51,000; APPROPRIATING said amount therefor, including the
     appropriation of $4,500 current funds available therefor to provide the
     required down payment; A UTHORIZING the issuance of $46, 500 ser!$i:,"
     bonds of the Village pursuant to the Law to finllnce the balance of Sl\~tf:,:'
     appropriation; STATING the plan of fin8ncing inclUdes the use of said"
     current funds, the issuance' of sa.id serial bonds and the levy of a ta:!,
     upon all the taxable real property in the Village to pay the principal
     of Eaid bonds and the interest thereon as the same shall become due
     and payable; S'JATING the Village expects to receive $11,000 from the
     County of Erie, New York and $21,980 from the United States .of
     America pursuant to the United States Library and Construction Act
     (PL. 38-269); AUTHORIZING such amounts so received to be expendeq,
     toward the cost of so reconstructing sail!l building or to redemption of
     any bonds issued therefor, or to be budgeted as an offset to the taxes
     for payment of the principal and interest on thebonds;

             FOURTH: DETERMINING AND DECLARING that the estimated
     total cost of acquiring said land and building and reconstructing, in part,
     said building, is $74,500; that the period of probable usefulness of
     acquiring said land, is thirty (30) years, but the maturity of the bonds
     herein authorized to be issued therefor not exceed fifteen (15) years;
     that the period of probable usefulness of acquiring said building, is
     twenty (20) years, but the maturity of the bonds herein authorized to be
     issucd therefor shall not exceed tel" (10) yenrs; that the said building
     authorized to be purchased for use as a Village library is of Class "BI I
     constructionas defined by the provisions of Section 11.00 a. 11 (b) of
     the Law, and, in consequence, the period of probable usefulness of
     reconstructing, in part, said building, is fifteen (15) years; that current
     funds are not required by the Law to be provided prior to the issuance
     of said $9,000 and $14,500 bonds; thClt current funds nre required by
     the Lnw to be provided prior to the issuance of the $46, 500 bonds autho-
     rized by this resolution or ilny bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation
     thereof and such current funds in the amount of $4,500 are now available
     to said purpose and 1\ UTHORIZING AND DIH ECTING the chief fis'cal
     officer to set aside snid current funds and npply them O'Dlely to the specific
     object or purpose hereinabove described; DETERMINING AND DECLARING
     that the proposed maturity of the bonds authorized by this resolution will
     exceed five (5) years;

             FIFTH: DETERMINING that sa td bonds and any notes issued in
     anticipation of said bonds, shall bc general obligations of the Village
     and PLEDGING to their payment the faith and credit of the Village;
                                             .
             SIXTH: DELEGATING to the chief fiscal officer the powers and
     duties as to the issuance of such bonds and any notes issued in anti-
     cipation of said bonds and the renewals thereof; and
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       ,SEVENTH: DETERMINING that the resolution shall take effect
thirty lao) days after its adoption, unless within thirty (30) days a
petition shall be filed in accordance with Article 5-A of the Village Law,
protesting against the resolution and requesting it to be submitted to the
electors for, their approval or disapproval.


BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

DECEMBER 18,     ~967



                                                      MARIANNE O. ARNOLD,

                                                             Village Clerk




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                   Section 4.   1'bts resolutionshflll tliil.te eftect hnmediat4t!y.




                   The adoption of the foregoing resolution, Wl\lS seconded l:;y

               ~§!?4~
            which resulted as follows:

                          AYES:          7t,.v2.-,
                          NOES:

                   The resolution was declaM!Cltrnanlmously adopted.
                                                 ..     ..


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                                                     CERTIFICATE                                                                    '1',




       I.        MARIANNE O. ARNOLD,                      Village Clerk of the Village of Anr1a,

                                     in the County of Erie,



State of           New York                                   • HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing
annexed extract from the minutes of a meeting of the                                                            _
___B_o_a_r_d_o_f-:T.:.,r_u.:.,s;..t_e_e..:s           of said   _-:V..:i;;;ll:::a~gil.;e~                       •

duly called and held on                              December 18                            19 67      has been
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compared by me with the original minutes as officially recorded in my
office in the Minute Book of said                              B~o~a~r~d~o~f_T~r~u~s~te~e~s~              ----
and is a true, complete and correct copy thereof and of the whole of said
original minutes so far as the same relate to the subj ect mat tel's referred
to in said extract.
            IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the
                                              corporate seal of said                        Village

                                              this   18th day of _ _           _b_e_r
                                                                    D_e_c_e_rn_'                       • 1967




(Seal)                                                          Village Clerk
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-   -                 AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING


S:t'.ATE OF NEW YORK         )
                                 ss:
COUNTY OF ERIE               )


        MARIANNE O. ARNOLD, being duly sworn deposes and



        That she is now Bnd at all the times hereinafter mentioned

she was the duly appointed, qualified and acting Village Clerk of the

Villsge of Angola, in the County of Erie, New York;

        That on the _ _ _day of                       -"   1967, she caused to

be conspicuously posted and      fastened      up a Notice setting fOrth an

abstract of the bond resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees

on December 18, 1967, in the following places, and that said places

constitute at least six (6) of the most public places in said        Village:~




                                                   Village Clerk


Subscribed and sworn to before me

this ___day of           _        ,    1967.



NOtary Public, State of New York
                                    Regular Meeting                                    29
                                   Monday 12/18/67

         The Regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y. was
         held on Monday December 18th. ,1967, at the Village Office.

         Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7r30 P.M.

         PRESENT:         Donald L. Carbeck           Mayor
                          Earl Kingan                 Trustee
                          Allen White                 II II II II II II II

                          Jene Heimburg               II II II II II II II

                                                      lltl 1111 111111
                          Carl Iannello

         Architmct Jerry fu~.l presented a model of the new Library building. After'
         viewing the model, the people present were unanimously in favor of elim-
         inating the columns from the front of the building.

         Police Chief Kane gave a report on the Police Conference that he attended
         in New York City.

         It was moved by Mr. Iannello and seconded by Mr. Heimburg that a transfer
         of $500.00 be made from .~ 121-400 to A 104-400. Un. Crd.

         It was moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. White that Leslie Garlock
         be appointed on a permanent basis due to aaving ~ompleted his six month
         probationary period. Un. Crd.

         The following bills were submitted for payment: Water Dept. Cks. #169-
         217 total of $2294.78r General Dept. cks. # 182-436 total of $16,771.28.
         Moved and 2nd. to pay bills as submitted. Un. Crd.

         Bond Resolution: Moved by Mr. Heimburg and 2nd. by Mr. White. (Library)
         Un. Cr. Entire Resolution on separate sheets attached.

         Fire Equipment Resolution: Moved by Mr. Iannello and 2nd. by Mr. Heimburg.
         (On separate sheets attached) un. crd.

         It was moved and seconded to adjourn. Un. Crd.




                                       _&J.D~correspondingClerk)
                                              --r--~Mr.                      Kingan.

          Village Clerk being ill and unable to attend this meeting, Mr. Kingan
         made a report a~ the minutes of this meeting.




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                         INDEX

    Fire Report
    Police Report
    Erie Co. mtg. - Lakeview, N.Y.
    Little Loop on Corner bldg.
    Clerk's School in Syracuse
    Greater Bflo. Conference letter
    Fire Exting. for Pump station
    Hamlett, Hengerer on water line




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                                           I
                 Regular Meeting                                       61
               Monday Jan. 8th,1968

The Regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Village of Angola, N.Y.
was held on Monday Jan. 8th.,1968, at the Village Office.
                                       ,
Meeting was called to order by Mayor Carbeck at 7130 P.M.

PRESENT:         Donald L. Carbeck         Mayor
                 Earl Kingan               Trustee
                 Carl Iannello             11111111111111

                 Jene Heimburg             11111111111111


Absent:          .l8.11en White            Illlllllll1111




Fire Report for the month of Dec. waS submitted by Fire Chief Nelson
Arnold. It was read and ordered filed.

Police Report was submitted by Chief Joseph Kane. Read and ordered
filed.

St. Report:
St. Com. Carl Iannello stated that his men have been busy removing
snow and plowing. Nothing else on his agenda for the time being.

Communications received:
Letter from Sanders Roofing Co. in regard to the roof inspection
that they made. They will repair the roof over the old building when
weather permits. The roof over the new Fire Hall will be checked out
later by Mr. Orr, Supt. of Public Works.

Erie County Officials monthly meeting will be held Jan. 18th. at the
LakeView Hotel.

Request was received from Mr. Babbitt of the Little Loop league for the
use of the corner building on Washington and Commercial Sts. to store
their football equipment. It was moved by Mr. Kingan and 2nd. by Mr.
Iannello that permission be granted for them to use this space and
the utilities will have to be paid by the Little Loo league. Un. Crd.
Letter was received from the Greater Buffalo Developement Foundation
for a conferecne meeting to be held in Buffalo on Thurs. Jan. 11th.
Letter was received by the Mayor for the Clerk-Treas. to attend a
school session at the Syracuse University for the week of Jan. 21-
26th.,1968. Clerk is attending this school with all expenses paid by
the Village. This is under a blanket resolution for the Clerk-Treas.
to attend all schools deemed necessary with all expenses paid by the
Village under the New Order of Business set up in April of each yr.

Request was received from the Fire Commissioners for the purchase of
2 new fire extinq. for the pump station. Supt. Orr will check on this
and the order will be placed for same.
Budget meeting will be held on Thur. Jan. 11th. at 7130 P.M

Mr. George Lemmler, representative from the Village Planning Board1
S¥pervisor John Hamlett of the Town of Evans and Carl Hengerer, Town
Atty. were present at the meeting. Supervisor Hamlett was the spokes-
man for the group and he stated that he would have to have a written
contract between the Village of Angola and the Town of Evans for the
Village to sell excess surplus water to the XN~R town so that the
Town of Evans could procede with the project that is in operation
for extending the water lines in the Town to the most needed areas

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6~nd before they can be granted their aid, they must have this written
 contract first. Town Atty. will draft up the contract and placed before
 Mr. Hurst, Village Atty. for examination before Board action on this. It'
 was mov~d by Mr. Heimburg and 2ndl by Mr. Iannello that Mr. Hengerer be
 given permission to dfaft up the contract. Action will be taken on this
 at the Jan. 22nd. meeting. Un. Crd.
 The following bills were submitted for payment by the Treas. Water Dept.
 cks. # 179-237 total of 4342.58. General Fund cks. # 199-459 total of
 $3900.66. It was moved and 2nd. that the bills be paid as submitted. Un.
 Crd.
 It was moved and 2nd. to adjourn to Jan. 22nd. the next mtg. nite. Un.
 Crd.




                                                                                                   Trustees



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                Hutwal Aid To   ~ Oen~e~.oal1.d          17 Kadl0 Control At
                ,.10 P.M.Relea.ed A~        '.25 P.M.frUot I I R••ponded ••
                Me. Answered !be AlarmGRelea••d On Arrival At Tbe Fire.


                Kou•• At 2 Grove St.Tl11..o.Ro•• Blasansk1 (owner)
                8~ort In Wire Uader Hous•• OBlled B1 Iad10 Oontrol at
                9930 P.M.Rele••ed At XO$~ P.M.Boo.~r Lin•• Used.
                ,"ot. 1..5 Jlelll,cu3.d1ed.11 Men AJunfend ~ Alan.


                                    Respeotful11 SubR1tted.
                                    AJil'JOLA VOL. nu 00. no.
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                      AJ'lGOLA POI,ICE DEPAHTf1EN'I' WJN'rHLY HEPOnT
                             TO THE VILLAGE BOARD

                            DEC 1        'j'HHOUGH J)EO J1   1967



 3 IN " A T 'TOP1. ('A· J. IS
    _ Jl~·L·,_,l1. _ _ ,;._.J .J'

 4 j~,_1\1BULAJ.'JCE C~\LLS
 1 FIH3T l\I,li) CALL



 L,FUNEHALSC:;COWrim
 1 ACCIDT':N'I' INV;';S'rIGATED
 3 V&'I' SJWnWm; ISSUED
 7 PlinKING TICKETS
 3 tJAHNING TICKJ,'I'S
OTI-IER        ACTIVI~:IES:

 3 FUGITIVE           HAmiANTSi,XECUTT;~D FOR          STATE rOUCE
 2 PR01c:LEH CO!1PLAINTS
 1    ASSAUL/Jl       "
 1    dTSCHIEF'       It

 1    rUSSHIG PEHSON E,,;POHTED
10    rUSCF:LL.ANOUS CCllfPLAINTS
 1    BUHGLAHY COl"lPLAIWC (UNFOUNnl;;r))
 1    PETIT LAECENY COJViPLAINT
 7    STRin'I' LIGHTS REPOHT\"~D OU1T
11.   n',corm CHT,CKS FOE VARIOUS AG:mCIES
 9    AS,;IS'};S 'iTO TOtlN POLICE
 ;>   DOG COMPLAIN'I'S
 2    (1BSC:~lJE CALLS HEPO.R1~EN TO NY TT~LEPliON.E
 2    r'I(ll'OH \T0;HICLE nEpf~r Rl:~;V()CA~L1I()J) ORDE~n}~ Ti;XT!;CUrcED
 7    MlfilISTS ~TO STHi"NDED j'!O'I'OHISTS
 1.   V'\GHANT COMrUTTED TO mmm HOSPI'~AI,
 '3   APirmi\lTCES BEJ,\orm GHAND JURY BY rlEl'1BEES OF THIS DEP']'.
 1+   CARS '['01i1Ei' FOE VIOLATION OF crJJE 1JINTEP onDUTANCS.
      !10NTHLY HEPon,;' 'I'O COJiB.ECTION
          II           II           II    II   FBI
 2,720 rULES PNrnOLLED IN DECm!BEB.
  395,9 GAL OF GAS USED BY VILLAG," PD.
   31.9 GAL OF GAS USE:]) BY VILLAGE FInE CO.

                                                        tIOSEJ?H P. KANE:
                                                                    Ii)   .f2.....-
                                                               OF POLICE




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