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					VILLAGE BUDGET HEARING – APRIL 2, 2012

MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Kurt Wheeler, Trustee Amy Mann, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam, Trustee
Dave Porter, Trustee Tim Mahoney

ALSO PRESENT: Jim Stokes, Bill Carr, Mike Hayes, Chuck Macaulay, Lauren Lines Barb Henderson,
Ted Bartlett, Betsy Kennedy, Bob Lucas, Carol D’Andrea, Dennis Gregg, Tara Hartley, Chris Reynolds

The public hearing for the 2012-2013 Budget was opened at 6:50 p.m. Mayor Kurt Wheeler provided a
brief overview of the proposed budget. The total spending for the proposed upcoming budget is
$2,351,962.00. He noted that the Board is proposing a tax rate of $ 6.12 per thousand, which represents a
2 % tax increase. Mayor Wheeler reported the Village will be designating a new capital fund for parking to
begin to put funds aside for the acquisition of property and other tasks that need to be undertaken to
improve the parking situation in the Village along with establishing a new capital fund for the water
infrastructure. Mayor Wheeler added that as the Board started looking at the budget he felt that what the
Village has been charging for water is purely the cost of delivering the water not factoring in the long term
expense of someday having to replace the infrastructure. The Board will be looking at the water rates so
the Village can start to set aside funds for long term capital purposes. One other change to be made is the
Community Beautification line will include trees.

Trustee Van Arnam was extremely gratified that the Village will be setting up capital funds for parking and
water. Trustee Van Arnam added some of the Village water lines date back to 1890 and we can’t assume
they will last forever.

Ted Bartlett complimented the Board for staying within the 2% tax cap and he knew that it took a lot of
hard work to do so.

Chris Reynolds thanked the police department for all of their hard work as she believes they are the best
deterrent for underage drinking.

Motion made by Mayor Kurt Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Amy Mann to close the public hearing at
7:00 p.m. Vote taken. All aye. Approved. Hearing closed at 7:00 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,


Katherine A. Burns
Village Clerk


APRIL 2, 2012 VILLAGE BOARD MEETING

MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Kurt Wheeler, Trustee Amy Mann, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam, Trustee
Dave Porter, Trustee Tim Mahoney

ALSO PRESENT: Jim Stokes, Bill Carr, Mike Hayes, Chuck Macaulay, Lauren Lines Barb Henderson,
Ted Bartlett, Betsy Kennedy, Bob Lucas, Carol D’Andrea, Dennis Gregg, Tara Hartley, Chris Reynolds

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The regular Village Board Meeting was called to order.

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Trustee Dave Porter announced Barbara Henderson, Executive Director of CACDA will be leaving her
position on April 13th and Lauren Lines who was Barbara’s assistant has accepted the position of Interim
Executive Director of CACDA. Trustee Porter welcomed Lauren and also thanked Barbara for all the work
she had done for the Village of Cazenovia. Ms. Lines has lived in the community for eleven years and has
worked with Ms. Henderson for four years.

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The Board approved the minutes from the March 5, 2012 Public Hearing, the March 5, 2012 Village Board
meeting and the March 14, 2012 Village Board meeting.

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Motion made by Mayor Kurt Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Peggy Van Arnam to pass the following
resolution:

RESOLUTION #73 – BE IT RESOLVED, that the Village of Cazenovia through its governing body, the
Board of Trustees, hereby approves the 2012-2013 Village budget as presented at the budget hearing.

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney – aye
Five in favor. Approved.

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Mayor Wheeler reported the Village had received a letter from the State encouraging all municipalities to
have an explicit ethics section in their code and the Village of Cazenovia does have one in place. In
addition, the State has recommended the establishment of an ethics board and hereafter this board will be
appointed in July when all other Village appointments are made.

Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Tim Mahoney to appoint Cazenovia Village
residents Tom Clarke, Steve Thomas and Russ Brownback to serve on the Village Ethics Committee.

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney – aye

Five in favor. Approved.

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The Board approved a request made by Jack Stevens of Two Smiles One Hope Foundation Inc. for the
annual Cazenovia Hill Bender Bicycle Race to be held on September 16, 2012.

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Dennis Gregg of Gregg Development reviewed his plan to petition for a zoning change from R-30 to PD
for 50 acres of land on Nine Road to South Village to be used for “right priced housing”. Mr. Gregg added
that he is presently in the final stage of the South Village development which originally called for a forty
five unit subdivision, but ended up with fifty nine units. Mr. Gregg reported his request to change the
zoning from R-30 to PD would make the lot sizes smaller than the 100 by 300 which the R -30 calls for
which would make the lots more affordable. Attorney for the Village, Jim Stokes suggested to Mr. Gregg
that he provide the Village Board with a little more design and details so the Board can provide him with an
indication of whether they are happy with the concept before he spends a lot of time and money.

It was suggested to Mr. Gregg to get on the next Planning Board agenda and keep the Village Board up to
date.

Mayor Wheeler noted the importance of the development reflecting the village character with elements
such as sidewalks and streetlights and that long-term planning for connectivity to Route 20 must be
included.

Jim Stokes asked Mr. Gregg why the zoning change to PD rather than to R-6 or R-10 and Mr. Gregg
answered that PD was more flexible and two family homes are not allowed in R-6 or R-10. The land will
also include mixed uses such as preserved greenspace.

Bob Lucas added that access across the Lucas property would be a dream come true.

Mayor Wheeler asked Mr. Gregg to come back next month with an update as more detail and specificity is
added.

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Mayor Wheeler reported the Economic Health and Heritage Study commit had met on March 19th and will
continue to meet the fourth Tuesday of each month with the next meeting being April 24th. Mayor Wheeler
shared his report:

Economic Health and Heritage Committee – 19 March 2012 Meeting
   I. Welcome and thank you to participants (Jim Stokes also present, TB & KE could not attend)

    II. Establish meeting schedule (4th Tuesday of each month with be standard, 24 April is next)

    III. Introduce purpose of committee (Review resolution below, two phase process: study issues and
              determine if changes would be beneficial then research recommendations as warranted.)

    IV. General discussion – What questions should we be asking to accomplish the goals above? What
           are the desired outcomes and what pitfalls must be avoided?

             A. Questions:

                  1.   What will this area look like if built out based on current zoning?

                  2.   What is the overall objective for this zone? What does the community want here?
                  3.   Could potential changes positively impact demographic challenges facing
                       community? (What housing, goods, services do younger families seek?)

                  4.   Could there be commercial/retail uses that could be complementary and not
                       detrimental to our historic downtown?

             B. Goals:

                  1.   Aquifer must be protected. Any engineering/stormwater design standards must
                       ensure groundwater is equal/better than pre-existing state.

                  2.   Maintain “hard edge” called for in overall Comprehensive Plan.

                  3.   Preserve an aesthetically pleasing gateway to community.

                  4.   End up with a plan/zoning that clearly articulates what the community wants (so
                       potential investors/builders know in advance what will be acceptable).

                  5.   Explore more explicit design standards (eg: Randall Arendt approach used by Town
                       of Cazenovia in its new zoning, form over function concept).

             C. Pitfalls to be avoided:

                  1.   “Hollowing out” historic downtown.

                  2.   New construction with negative character that detracts from community.

                  Village of Cazenovia Resolution from 5 March 2012

Whereas the Village of Cazenovia desires to strike an effective balance between preserving its rural
heritage and historic character while also fostering an environment that promotes economic health for the
community, and
Whereas the Village Edge South Zone is central to that effective balance given its proximity to one of the
Village’s primary commercial zones and its importance in maintaining a pleasing gateway to the
community and “hard edge” between character zones as called for in the Comprehensive Plan, and
Whereas the possibility exists that modifications to the zoning regulations now in place could create a win-
win situation which would more effectively maintain and enhance the community’s aesthetic character
while also creating more opportunities for desirable economic development, therefore,
It is hereby resolved that the Village of Cazenovia establish a committee to study this issue to determine if
it is feasible to achieve both goals outlined above. If the committee finds that such an outcome is feasible,
they are further tasked to develop specific recommendations for consideration by the Village Board of
Trustees concerning potential modifications to the Comprehensive Plan.
The following members are proposed for the committee:
Kurt Wheeler – Village Board of Trustees
William Hall – Planning Board
Phil Byrnes – Zoning Board of Appeals
Ted Bartlett – Historic Preservation Committee
Karen Eldridge – Historic Cazenovia Business District
Bill Zupan – Cazenovia Town Board
Don Ferlow – Cazenovia Advisory Conservation Commission
Dave Connor – Village Economic Development Committee

Mayor Wheeler added this was a very productive first meeting.

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Mayor Wheeler reported the Village had received six bids for the Carpenter’s Barn project and the low bid
was submitted by S.E. Davis Construction, LLC out of Earlville.

Ted Bartlett, the engineer on this project reported that Davis Construction needed tp provide SHPO with
some additional MWBI information before SHPO can give the Village the go-ahead to hire them. Mr.
Bartlett also recommended that the Village go ahead and authorize the Mayor to enter into a contract with
Davis pending the SHPO and Village attorney’s approvals, so we do not have to wait until the May Village
Board meeting for an approval. Because Davis Construction’s bid for this project is well below the project
budget (and available funds), the Village will probably have the opportunity to work with the contractor to
increase the work, as long as SHPO approves the work. The work can be increased to a scope equal to the
existing available funds, so the Village will not be spending more, but getting additional work done for the
same amount of money.

Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Amy Mann to pass the following resolution:

RESOLUTION #74 - BE IT RESOLVED that the Village of Cazenovia through its governing body the
Board of Trustees, hereby authorizes the Mayor to execute a contract with S.E. Davis Construction LLC
subject to the approval of SHPO and the Village attorney
By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney – aye

Five in favor. Approved.

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Trustee Tim Mahoney reported the Clark Street bridge had been removed and added that Tioga
Construction is a great team to work with. The abutments have been repaired to the satisfaction of the
Village engineer and sealed and the bridge spans are being made in Whitesboro. The spans should be
delivered the week of April 16th and set that same week. All guard rails have been delivered. Trustee
Mahoney added Madison County Sewer has finished their repair and there was some concern that there
may be some settlement due to the digging so it has been decided that on the east side of the bridge to put
down only the binder coat this year in case of settlement and the final top coat next year. The bridge
project is right on schedule.

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Mayor Wheeler reported he had reviewed the community surveys and the two questions on the surveys
were 1) Three primary reasons you live in Cazenovia and 2) Two things that you would like to improve in
our community. The top answers to the first question are: caring neighbors, the rural-small town
environment of Cazenovia, the fact that they have family here, good schools, an historic environment and
the lake. The most popular answers to the second question are: parking, more activities, more shopping
opportunities, senior housing and more restaurants and places to get coffee. Mayor Wheeler will provide
more information on this in the near future.

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The Board approved the request made by St. James Church to close part of Green Street on Sunday, June
3rd for the Annual Parish Picnic.

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The Board approved the request made by Caz Forum to hang a sign on Lakeland fence for three events this
year. The sign will go up one week prior to each scheduled event which are on May 4 th, September 28th and
November 9th.

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The Board approved the request of CAZ Action to hang a 3’ by 3’ poster on Lakeland fence for their BE
THE WALL CAMPAIGN. The poster will be up ten days for the kick off which begins April 3rd, four days
prior to the Firefighter’s Ball and, four days prior to the prom.

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The Board approved the request from the Cazenovia Garden Club to hang a 4’ by 4’ sign on Lakeland
fence on May 11th to announce their Annual Spring Sale that will be on Thursday, May 17 th.

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Trustee Dave Porter reported he was a member of a CACDA committee called Cazenovia Art Trail to
promote local artists.

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Trustee Porter reminded everyone of the Firefighter’s Ball (formally the Easter Ball) that is taking place on
Saturday, April 28th.

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Motion made by Trustee Porter and seconded by Mayor Kurt Wheeler to pass the following resolution:

RESOLUTION # 75 – BE IT RESOLVED, that the Village of Cazenovia through its governing body, the
Board of Trustees, hereby accepts Karl D.Carichner as a full member of the Cazenovia Fire Department.

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney – aye

Five in favor. Approved.

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Trustee Porter reported the boat launch will be opening on Saturday, April 28 th. Two of the local stewards
are retuning this year so the Village is looking to hire one or two more local stewards as they are less
expensive than using Morris Protection. An ad will be going in the Hi Neighbor.

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Trustee Porter reported the new Joint Youth Recreation Program Director, Elizabeth Digiacomo had met
with him along with Joe Fallon and Betsy Kennedy from the Cazenovia Public Library regarding
incorporating summer reading into the Joint Youth Rec Program.

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Trustee Porter reported he had heard from the DEC as they would like to survey Cazenovia Lake by
electro-fishing to get samples of the type of fish it contains with the possibility of stocking the lake with
walleyes.

Trustee Van Arnam applauded all the people who have worked so hard on the lake and that this is an
indication that it is appreciated.

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Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Peggy Van Arnam to pass the following
resolution:
                                      RESOLUTION # 76
                                OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                              OF THE VILLAGE OF CAZENOVIA

WHEREAS, Chapter 662 of the Laws of 2006 establishes a requirement of four (4) hours of approved
training for municipal planning and zoning officials effective January 1, 2007, and

WHEREAS, said law authorizes the municipal legislative body to designate training for which credit may
be given to satisfy the annual hourly training requirement, and

WHEREAS, on March 15, 2012, the planning and zoning officials of the Village of Cazenovia attended the
workshop sponsored by the Central New York Waterworks Conference as indicated below, and

WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the Village of Cazenovia finds that the courses provide training
credit, as indicated below, to satisfy the requirements of said law.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Village of Cazenovia Board of Trustees finds that the
planning and zoning officials listed below shall be credited with the indicated hours toward the required
four (4) hours of annual training for the year 2011 and that any of hours of training in excess of the required
four (4) hours, may be credited against the requirements for 2013.

Workshop                                                Credit Hours                Attendees

Village of Saranac Lake: Case Study for                      5                      William Keiser
LT2/DBP Rules, Case Histories of NY Dams Under
2009 Regulations, Financial & Rate Planning,
Water Storage Tank Maintenance & Reservoir
Water Treatment, Fundamentals of Pump Design

April 2, 2012

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye,
Trustee Peggy Van Arnam – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney – aye.

Five in favor. Approved.

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Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Peggy Van Arnam to pass the following
resolution:
                                      RESOLUTION # 77
                                OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                              OF THE VILLAGE OF CAZENOVIA

WHEREAS, Chapter 662 of the Laws of 2006 establishes a requirement of four (4) hours of approved
training for municipal planning and zoning officials effective January 1, 2007, and

WHEREAS, said law authorizes the municipal legislative body to designate training for which credit may
be given to satisfy the annual hourly training requirement, and
WHEREAS, on March 27, 2012, planning and zoning officials of the Village of Cazenovia attended the
workshop sponsored by the Madison County Natural Gas Development Working Group as indicated below,
and

WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the Village of Cazenovia finds that the courses provide training
credit, as indicated below, to satisfy the requirements of said law.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Village of Cazenovia Board of Trustees finds that the
zoning officials listed below shall be credited with the indicated hours toward the required four (4) hours of
annual training for the year 2012 and that any of hours of training in excess of the required four (4) hours,
may be credited against the requirements for 2013.

Workshop                                               Credit Hours               Attendees

Natural Gas Development in Madison County                 3                       Philip Byrnes
                                                                                  William Keiser
                                                                                  Sally Ryan
April 2, 2012

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney – aye

Five in favor. Approved.

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Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Peggy Van Arnam to pass the following
resolution:
                                      RESOLUTION # 78
                                OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                              OF THE VILLAGE OF CAZENOVIA

WHEREAS, Chapter 662 of the Laws of 2006 establishes a requirement of four (4) hours of approved
training for municipal planning and zoning officials effective January 1, 2007, and

WHEREAS, said law authorizes the municipal legislative body to designate training for which credit may
be given to satisfy the annual hourly training requirement, and

WHEREAS, on March 24, 2012, planning officials of the Village of Cazenovia attended the workshop
sponsored by the Village of Cazenovia Tree Commission as indicated below, and

WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the Village of Cazenovia finds that the courses provide training
credit, as indicated below, to satisfy the requirements of said law.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Village of Cazenovia Board of Trustees finds that the
planning officials listed below shall be credited with the indicated hours toward the required four (4) hours
of annual training for the year 2012 and that any of hours of training in excess of the required four (4)
hours, may be credited against the requirements for 2013.

Workshop                                               Credit Hours               Attendees

Great Trees for Streets and Homes                         2                       Bill Hall

April 2, 2012

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney – aye

Five in favor. Approved.

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Trustee Tim Mahoney reported the Department of Public Works are going around the Village making any
repairs that are needed due to plowing. They are also working on spring clean up.

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Trustee Mahoney reported he is still working on a resolution with the school district regarding the sidewalk
they have installed on Burton Street. Trustee Mahoney asked for this to be completed before the bridge
opens in mid May.

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Trustee Peggy Van Arnam reported the water usage for the month of March was up 1,000,000 from
February for a total of 7,388,000 gallons and the Village does have to begin to think about the water rates.
There was a lengthy discussion regarding the new water rates that will be effective on April 15, 2012.

Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Van Arnam to pass the following resolution:

RESOLUTION #79 - BE IT RESOLVED, that the Village of Cazenovia through its governing body, the
Board of Trustees, hereby will be assessing an Infrastructure Fee of $25.00 per six month billing cycle to
each water customer and a 3% water rate increase to be effective on April 15, 2012.

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney – aye

Five in favor. Approved.

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Trustee Van Arnam reported there were 71 tickets written in March; 53 tickets paid; $1,125.00 in fines
deposited. Also collected was $ 60.00 for New York surcharge that will go to the state. There was no
donation money collected and no cars were booted.

Trustee Van Arnam added she was not happy with the lack of parking donations coming in and plans on
making changes to the new parking tickets before they are ordered.

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Trustee Van Arnam reported there were 102 court cases in February 2012 compared to 92 cases in
February 2011. The court reported $11,070 to the comptroller’s office of which $6,195 was Village
revenue. Trustee Van Arnam reported that the plans of moving the Town Court to the Municipal Building
are continuing hoping that by June 1st there will be one phone number and one address for both courts.
Trustee Van Arnam added they were negotiating networking all of the computers. There are still some
details that need to be worked out.

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Trustee Van Arnam reported the stormwater diversion project should go to the grant committee this week.

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Trustee Mann reported National Grid is in the process of notifying residents mostly on the bottom of Burr
St. of tree removals that are planned which includes nine trees. This project will start on April 9 th while
school is on vacation.

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Trustee Mann reported that the Village will be having an Arbor Day observance on Saturday, April 21st at
9:00am on Albany St. in front of Cazenovia Jewelry.

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Trustee Mann reported she had traveled to Albany on Thursday, March 29 th to accept the Tree City USA
designation. There were six new tree cities this year. Trustee Mann has written an article that she will
submit to the Cazenovia Republican to go with the picture that was taken. Trustee Mann received a flag
that might be hung below the American flag that is flying in front of the municipal building.

<<<<<<<<

Chief Hayes the CopsFast Grant has been submitted and the Village should hear back in September. The
Chief will order the new car on April 3rd which is an Impala and the total for the car is $29,000 with
everything included.

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Trustee Mann added that she along with the Mayor will be meeting with the Police Benevolent Association
to finalize contract details in advance of the PBA meeting later this month.

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Trustee Mahoney added he had met with a utility broker from Paetec Energy. They didn’t have any
recommendations for the Village’s electrical service. Paetec did do an analysis on the gas usage on the
Village’s January bill and they will be able to save us $175 in the month of January with a little bit more in
February and a little less in the warmer months. The Board had a discussion regarding this matter with
Trustee Mahoney suggesting the Village make the change to Paetec for the gas service to save the Village
$800 to $1000 per year. This company works on a one year contract. This would be a savings of $.14 per
therm.

Trustee Van Arnam added that she preferred to wait a month for this change.
Trustee Porter added he didn’t see a lot of risk with this.


Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Porter to pass the following resolution:

RESOLUTION #80 - BE IT RESOLVED that the Village of Cazenovia through its governing body the
Board of Trustees, hereby authorizes the Mayor to execute a one year contract with Paetec .

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney – aye.

Five in favor. Approved.

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Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Porter to pass the following resolution:

                                           RESOLUTION #81
                                     OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                    OF THE VILLAGE OF CAZENOVIA

                      A RESOLUTION TO APPROVE A PROFESSIONAL FEES
                     AND ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS PAYMENT AGREEMENT
                            WITH GREGG DEVELOPMENT CORP.

         WHEREAS, Gregg Development Corp. has applied for certain zoning approvals for the proposed
construction of a new planned residential subdivision in the Village, and

         WHEREAS, Section 180-145 of the Code of the Village of Cazenovia requires that developers be
responsible for the payment of professional and administrative costs incurred by the Village in the
processing of zoning applications.

         NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the Board of Trustees does hereby
approve the Village’s standard Professional Fees and Administrative Costs Payment Agreement between
the Village and Gregg Development Corp. with the amount of the initial developer’s deposit stated in said
Agreement to be in the amount of $2,500.00, and it is hereby

         FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor be and hereby is authorized to execute on behalf of the
Village of Cazenovia the Professional Fees and Administrative Costs Payment Agreement with Gregg
Development Corp.

Dated: April 2, 2012

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney - aye.

Five in favor. Approved.

<<<<<<<<<

Motion made by Trustee Kurt Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Peggy Van Arnam to pass the following
resolution:

RESOLUTION #82 – BE IT RESOLVED, that the Village of Cazenovia through its governing body, the
Board of Trustees, hereby authorizes the budget transfers as shown below:

1)       To:      A-9055.8                                                               $   300.00
                  (Disability Insurance – Employee Benefits)
         From:    A-9010.8                                                               $   300.00
                  (State Retirement – Employee Benefits)

2)       To:      A-3120.413                                                             $ 102.40
                  (Police – Misc. Expense)
         From:    A-3120.415                                                             $ 102.40
                  (Police - Telephone)

3)       To:      A-3120.117                                                             $ 5484.41
                  (Police – Part Time)
         From:    A-3120.114                                                             $ 2143.09
                  (Parking Enforcement Officer)
                  A-3120.116                                                             $ 2808.75
                  (School Crossing Guards)
                  A-3120.417                                                             $    70.51
                  (Police – Chief/PT Uniforms)
                 A-3120.415                                                           $   462.06
                 (Police – Telephone)

4)      To:      A-3410.415                                                           $   700.00
                 (Fire Dept. – Telephone)
        From:    A-3410.418                                                           $   700.00
                 (Fire Dept. – Gas/Electric)

5)      To:      F-8330.4                                                             $ 1000.00
                 (Purification - Contractual)
        From:    F-8340.4                                                             $ 1000.00
                 (Transmission/Distribution – Contractual)

By vote of the Board – Mayor Kurt Wheeler – aye, Trustee Amy Mann – aye, Trustee Peggy Van Arnam –
aye, Trustee Dave Porter – aye, Trustee Tim Mahoney - aye.

Five in favor. Approved.

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Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Mann to approve the Village bills for the month
(see attached list).

Vote taken. All aye. Approved.

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Motion made by Mayor Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Mann to move into executive session at 9:36
p.m. to discuss personnel matter.

The Village Board moved out of executive session at 10:15 p.m. There were no motions, proposals, or
decisions made in executive session.

<<<<<<<<<

Motion made by Trustee Kurt Wheeler and seconded by Trustee Amy Mann to adjourn the meeting at
10:16 p.m. All aye. Approved. Meeting adjourned at 10:16 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Katherine A. Burns
Village Clerk

				
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