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					                               CITY OF GLENS FALLS
                                     COMMON COUNCIL
                                          June 26, 2012
                                        MEETING MINUTES

A Public Hearing was held at 7:20 pm on Tuesday, June 26, 2012 in the Common
Council Chambers, City Hall, 42 Ridge Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801, with regards to
an increase in Parking Fines

Present: Mayor John Diamond, Councilman-at-Large Daniel Hall, Councilwoman Judy
Villa-White Councilmen Michael Busch, Scott Watson, James Brock and Bennet
Driscoll.

Absent: None.

Also Present: City Attorney Ronald Newell, Robert Curtis, City Clerk, Edward
Bartholomew, Economic/Comm. Dev. Director and The Post Star.
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Mayor Diamond opened the Public Hearing. There were no comments from the public.
Mayor Diamond closed the Public Hearing at 7:30 PM and opened the regular Common
Council meeting.

Public Comment

Shawn Dean addressed the Council with regards to a memorial he would like to have
made and placed in Crandall Park for living and fallen military members of the War on
Terrorism in Afghanistan and Iraq. He stated he was a 1984 graduate of Glens Falls
High School and is a Navy veteran, having served in Afghanistan in 2007. He
introduced Dan Giroux of Loiselle Memorials who created the concept of the monument,
Jeff Varmette and Mike Hoag, local VFW member. He sated that the funding would be
raised by himself via fundraisers and donations, with the City responsible for none of it.

Mr. Giroux stated the monument would be made of both black and gray granite with a
stainless steel sword pinned to it. The approximate dimensions will be 6’ high, 8’ in
length and 4’ deep.

Mr. Dean stated further that Frank Troelstra from Gardentime will landscape around the
monument. He hopes to have it placed in Crandall Park, with the size complimenting the
other monuments already in the Park.

Mr. Varmette addressed the Council. He stated the memorial will be a symbol of life –
not death. A place where the community can come together to pay their respects to
these military members.

Mayor Diamond asked if Mr. Dean would raise the entire amount of money needed
before starting the memorial?

Mr. Dean replied no – only about a third to get started. He is a bicyclist and plans a
fundraising bike race, on approximately 10/7 where he will suggest a $250 registration
fee. He stated he will take the bike race up with the Board of Public Safety.
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Councilman Driscoll asked if he saw ceremonies up there for military members’ families
from all over?

Mr. Dean replied yes – it’s not just for Warren County military families.

Mayor Diamond noted that the Recreation Commission would have to approve the
placement in the Park primarily, and would come back here for final approval.

Committee Reports

There were no Committee Reports.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 216

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman Driscoll, all voting
        affirmatively, it was

        RESOLVED THAT, the Common Council hereby approves the minutes of the
        June 12, 2012 meeting of the Glens Falls Common Council.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 217

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman Driscoll, all voting
        affirmatively,

        WHEREAS, The Glens Falls Symphony desires to perform a July 4 th concert with
        fireworks at Crandall Park; and

        WHEREAS, in accordance with City of Glens Falls policy, the Glens Falls
        Symphony has completed and filed a Fire Works Permit Application with the
        City’s Fire Code Officer, Asst. Chief Ellingsworth; and

        WHEREAS, the City’s Fire Code Officer has found the application to be
        satisfactory and in accordance with Fire Code and City policy.

        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Glens Falls Common Council
        hereby approves a Fireworks Permit for the Glens Falls Symphony for July 4,
        2012 at Crandall Park.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 218

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman Driscoll, all voting
        affirmatively,

        WHEREAS:, the City of Glens Falls, in conjunction with Regional Radio Group
        desires to present the 25th Annual Summer Jam at East Field on July 3rd ; and
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        WHEREAS, part of the event will be a fireworks show; and

        WHEREAS, in accordance with City of Glens Falls policy, the City has completed
        and filed a Fire Works Permit Application with the City’s Fire Code Officer, Asst.
        Chief Ellingsworth; and

        WHEREAS, the City’s Fire Code Officer has found the application to be
        satisfactory and in accordance with Fire Code and City policy;

        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Glens Falls Common Council
        hereby approves a Fireworks Permit for the City of Glens Falls and Regional
        Radio Group for July 3, 2012 at East Field.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 219

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman-at-Large Hall,

        WHEREAS, the Glens Falls Police Department has received asset forfeiture
        monies in the amount of $239.03, representing their share of assets in the matter
        of People vs. Vanterpool;

        BE IT RESOLVED, that the Common Council hereby authorizes the Controller’s
        Office to increase General Fund Revenue Account A009999-3098 (Forfeiture
        and Crime Proceeds) by $239.03 and increase General Fund Expense Account
        A23126-4479A (Seized Assets – State – GFPD) by $239.03.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 220

        LOCAL LAW NO. 4-2012

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman-at-Large Hall,

        BE IT ENACTED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENS FALLS AS
        FOLLOWS:

        A LOCAL LAW TO AMEND CITY OF GLENS FALLS CITY CODE §208-44, VEHICLES &
        TRAFFIC, ARTICLE VII, MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS, PENALTIES FOR OFFENSES,
        PARAGRAPH C, FINES, SUB-PARAGRAPH 9, OVERTIME PARKING (AS REFERENCED IN
        §208-25, TIME LIMIT PARKINGAND §208-66, SCHEDULE XIX) TO INCREASE THE FINE
        FROM $10 TO $30 FOR EXCEEDING THE PARKING TIME LIMIT IN A PUBLIC PARKING
        SPACE.

        SECTION 1.      PURPOSE
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        Upon the recommendation of the Chief of Police of the City of Glens Falls
        and in response to members of the downtown business community who have
        expressed an interest in improving the public parking situation, the Common
        Council of the City of Glens Falls finds that is in the best interest of the City to
        propose increasing the fine from $10 to $30 for exceeding the parking time limit
        in a public parking space.

        The Common Council recognizes that certain adjustments to its regulations must
        be made from time to time and deems increasing the overtime parking fine as
        reasonable and appropriate.

        SECTION 2.  AMENDMENT OF GLENS FALLS CITY CODE §208-44,
        VEHICLES & TRAFFIC, ARTICLE VII, MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS,
        PENALTIES FOR OFFENSES, PARAGRAPH C, FINES, SUB-PARAGRAPH 9,
        OVERTIME PARKING.

                 Delete           9. Overtime Parking $10.

                 Insert           9. Overtime Parking $30.

        SECTION 3.        EFFECTIVE DATE.

        This Local Law shall take effect upon filing with the Secretary of State of the
        State of New York.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 221

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman-at-Large Hall, it
        was

        RESOLVED THAT, the Common Council hereby approves a one-week Mobile
        Food Unit License for Edward Bradt, Adirondack Concessions, 60 Peachtree
        Lane, Queensbury, permitting him to operate a mobile food unit during the July
        4th Glens Falls Symphony concert at Crandall Park.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 222
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         RESOLUTION: AUTHORIZING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE HUD COMMUNITY
          CHALLENGE GRANT PROGRAM AND APPROVALS OF CERTAIN CONTRACTS

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman-at-Large Hall,

        WHEREAS, the City of Glens Falls is recipient of a $200,000 Housing Urban
        Development Community Challenge Grant, a cooperative grant agreement
        between the City and HUD; and

        WHEREAS, this “Community Challenge Grant” provides funding for: Reviewing,
        Recommending Amending/improving the City’s zoning/building ordinances to
        increase and promote energy efficiency in all building types in downtown Glens
        Falls and increase compatibility of businesses and downtown living, developing a
        strategy to provide affordable workforce housing downtown, including
        connectivity to current and future modes of proposed transportation, conducting
        an inventory of vacant properties and underutilized properties principally in the
        downtown area and developing recommendations for specific types of
        development at specific sites that are suitable for commercial development
        and/or mixed uses, feasibility of developing a Downtown multi-purpose facility
        and further improving connectivity with bike/pedestrian paths; and

        WHEREAS, the City’s grant application and the subsequent cooperative HUD
        grant authorized designation of certain consultants to assist the City; and

        WHEREAS, HUD has approved the consulting contract of Shelter Planning
        pertaining to certain management and reporting requirement; and

        WHEREAS, the Common Council approved the Shelter Planning contract on
        April 10, 2012; and

        WHEREAS, the Common Council concurred in HUD’s approval of the planning
        contract to Saratoga Associates on June 12, 2012, to undertake feasibility of
        developing downtown multi-purpose facilities and further Improving connectivity
        with bike/pedestrian paths; and

        WHEREAS, the Common Council on April 10, 2012 acknowledged that further
        submittal will be forthcoming to HUD for review and approval pursuant to this
        Grant; and

        WHEREAS, additional submittals have been forwarded to HUD for review; and

        WHEREAS, HUD has reviewed and approved the final submittal, Peter J Smith
        and Company, so that remaining Community Challenge planning tasks described
        herein may be undertaken in a timely manner under the terms and conditions of
        the cooperative grant ;
        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Common Council, upon
        recommendation of HUD and consent of HUD, hereby approves the Community
        Challenge Cooperative contract with Peter J. Smith and Company; and
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        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Common Council hereby authorizes the
        Mayor to sign the HUD approved contract with Peter J. Smith and Company, in
        the amount of $65,000.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 223

            RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SUBMISSION OF A HOME APPLICATION FY12

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman-at-Large Hall,

        WHEREAS, the New York State’s Housing Trust Fund Corporation’s (HTFC)
        Office of Community Renewal (OCR) has been designated to administer the
        HOME Program; and

        WHEREAS, HTFC has established a submission date of August 10, 2012 for
        accepting applications under the HOME Program; and

        WHEREAS, the City of Glens Falls has reviewed its housing needs and has
        determined that additional grant assistance is required to address these needs;
        and

        WHEREAS, the HOME application process requires that the governing body of
        the applicant authorize the submission of the application and related actions;

        THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Glens Falls City Council hereby
        authorizes and directs the Mayor to submit the application to OCR and to act in
        connection with the submission of the application, including execution of all
        required certification and forms and to provide such additional information as
        may be required.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 224

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman-at-Large Hall, it
        was
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        RESOLVED THAT, the Common Council hereby approves Community
        Development Housing Rehabilitation Application No. 10-127-021, in an amount
        not to exceed $25,000.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 225

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman-at-Large Hall, it
        was

        RESOLVED THAT, the Common Council hereby approves the Community
        Development Office’s manual payments, in the amount of $17,332.24.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 226

          Resolution authorizing the acquisition and installation of a new floor at the Glens Falls
           Civic Center at a cost not to exceed $86,000; and further authorizing the Controller to
               establish a capital project budget for the Civic Center basketball floor.

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman-at-Large Hall,

        WHEREAS, the City of Glens Falls owns a sports and entertainment arena known as
        the Glens Falls Civic Center that annually hosts numerous events including the NYS
        Public High School Boys Basketball Championships; and

        WHEREAS, the basketball floor at the Civic Center has reached and exceeded its
        useful life and needs to be replaced; and

        WHEREAS, the City has found a “once used” basketball floor at an exceptional price
        and seeks to purchase and install said floor; and

        WHEREAS, the City has received a commitment from Warren County for a $43,000
        contribution and a $10,000 contribution from the GGFAACA toward the purchase of the
        floor; with plans to raise funds to bridge the difference; and

        WHEREAS, funds to pay for this floor will be fronted by the City from funds existing in
        the 2012 General Fund and budgeted in the 2013 General Fund; with those funds being
        reimbursed by grants, gifts and fund-raising proceeds.
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        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Glens Falls Common Council hereby
        authorizes the Controller to establish a Capital Project Budget for the Civic Center
        Basketball Floor; authorizes the Mayor to enter into a contract with Connor Sports
        Flooring for the purchase and installation of a “One-Time Used” 2012 NCAA Tournament
        Floor at a cost not to exceed $86,000; and authorizes the Controller to take the
        necessary actions to arrange short-term funding for said purchase; which is to be
        reimbursed through grants, gifts and fund-raising.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 227

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman-at-Large Hall, it
        was

        RESOLVED THAT, the Common Council hereby approves the City payroll and
        warrant #2012-12 dated 06/26/12 and approved by the Purchasing Officer be
        ordered and paid and charged to their respective accounts:

                 A General Fund -------------------------------------------- $     78,713.85

                 CV Civic Center -------------------------------------------- $    11,004.03

                 H2 City Landfill Closure ---------------------------------- $    105,739.59

                 TE Expendable Trust --------------------------------------$       18,311.00

                                    WARRANT TOTAL: $213,768.47

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 228

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman Watson,

        WHEREAS, the City of Glens Falls participated in and completed the Hudson River and
        Champlain Feeder Canal Regional Waterfront Plan; and

        WHEREAS, the Hudson River and Champlain Feeder Canal Regional Waterfront Plan
        contemplated preparing a Master Plan for Pruyn’s Island and connecting the waterfront
        to the downtown; and

        WHEREAS, the City of Glens Falls, in accord with the Waterfront Plan has begun the
        Master Plan with an appointed Advisory Committee; and
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        WHEREAS, the City of Glens Falls recognizes that undertaking this project enhances
        the quality of life by revitalizing the City’s downtown for residents and visitors alike; and

        WHEREAS, the City was recipient of a NYS Department of State grant in 2011 of phase
        one Pruyn’s Island Plan; and

        WHEREAS, the City of Glens Falls desires to complete Phase 2 of the Pruyn’s Island
        Redevelopment Plan which includes advancing ideas that have been identified in the
        Master Plan process;

        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that John A. Diamond, as Mayor of the City of
        Glens Falls, is hereby authorized and directed to file an application for funds from the
        New York State Department of State Local Waterfront Revitalization Fund in an amount
        not to exceed $60,000, and upon approval of said request to enter into and execute a
        project agreement with the State for such financial assistance to the City of Glens Falls
        to advance recommendations of the Pruyns Island Master and Connection Plan.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.


        RESOLUTION NO. 229

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman Watson,

        WHEREAS, the Greater Glens Falls Local Development Corporation(“LDC”) is preparing
        for submittal a proposed application for assistance through the NYS Office of Community
        Renewal’s Main Street Program; and

        WHEREAS, the LDC is requesting assistance in funding under this New York State Main
        Street Program to partner with property owners along the Elm Street corridor in the
        City’s Central Business District (CBD); and

        WHEREAS, this program will assist owners in undertaking important investments along
        Elm Street; and

        WHEREAS, this Main Program is consistent with the overall City -Community
        Development Strategic Plan by the Glens Falls Economic Development Group;

        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Common Council of the City of Glens
        Falls hereby enthusiastically supports this important project initiative and submittal of this
        application to New York State Office of Community Renewal.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 230

         Resolution by the Glens Falls Common Council to Approve Settlement with The
          Pike Company, Inc., of pending litigation captioned The Pike Company, Inc. v.
                       City of Glens Falls, New York, Index No. 55439.

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman Watson,

        WHEREAS, on or about February 22, 2010, The Pike Company, Inc., and the City of
        Glens Falls entered into an agreement for The Pike Company, Inc., to perform the
        rehabilitation work at the Wilkie and Keenan Reservoir Dams; and

        WHEREAS, during The Pike Company, Inc.’s performance of said rehabilitation work,
        The Pike Company, Inc., submitted a number of proposed change orders to the scope of
        the work under the agreement; and

        WHEREAS, the aforementioned proposed change orders were rejected by the City of
        Glens Falls and/or were rejected upon the advice of the project engineer, CHA, Inc.; and

        WHEREAS, on or about February 23, 2011, The Pike Company, Inc., commenced a
        lawsuit against the City of Glens Falls in the total amount of $794,159.95, plus additional
        unspecified delay damages and statutory interest, for the amount of the rejected
        proposed change orders, $645,418.91, and the balance due under the agreement,
        $148,741.04; and

        WHEREAS, the attorneys for the City of Glens Falls filed an Answer denying the claims
        filed by The Pike Company, Inc., and advised The Pike Company, Inc., of counterclaims
        that would be asserted against The Pike Company, Inc., in connection with incomplete
        and/or unsatisfactory work performed by The Pike Company, Inc., under the terms of the
        agreement; and

        WHEREAS, after the completion of discovery and negotiations, the City of Glens Falls
        and The Pike Company, Inc., have agreed to settle any and all claims and counterclaims
        upon the following terms:

        A. Payment to The Pike Company Inc., in the total amount $500,000.00 consisting of the
        balance due The Pike Company, Inc., under the terms of the agreement, $148,741.04,
        and $351,258.96 for completed change orders;

        B. Exchange of General Releases;

        C. Filing of a Stipulation of Discontinuance discontinuing the lawsuit.

        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Glens Falls Common Council hereby
        authorizes the City of Glens Falls to settle any and all claims and counterclaims arising
        from the February 22, 2010 agreement between The Pike Company, Inc., and the City of
        Glens Falls for the rehabilitation work at the Wilkie and Keenan Reservoir Dams under
        the following terms and conditions; and

        A. Payment to The Pike Company Inc., in the total amount $500,000.00 consisting of the
        balance due The Pike Company, Inc., under the terms of the agreement, $148,741.04,
        and $351,258.96 for completed change orders;

        B. Exchange of General Releases;
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        C. Filing of a Stipulation of Discontinuance discontinuing the lawsuit; and it is further

        RESOLVED, that the Glens Falls City Attorney shall prepare, and/or approve if prepared
        by another, the appropriate General Releases and Stipulation for Discontinuance and
        the Glens Falls City Attorney and/or Mayor is further authorized to execute said
        documents on behalf of the City of Glens Falls; and it is further

        RESOLVED, that upon receipt of fully executed General Releases and the Stipulation
        for Discontinuance, the Controller is hereby directed to make payment to The Pike
        Company, Inc., in the amount of $500,000.00.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 231

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman Watson, it was

        RESOLVED THAT, the Common Council hereby approves a one-week Mobile
        Food Unit License for Michele Arno, dba Michele’s Lemonade, permitting her to
        vend during the July 4th Glens Falls Symphony concert at Crandall Park on
        07/04/12.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 232

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman Watson, it was

        RESOLVED THAT, the Common Council hereby approves a one-week Mobile
        Food Unit License for David Britton, DBA Pie On Wheels, permitting him to
        operate a mobile food unit during the July 4th Glens Falls Symphony concert at
        Crandall Park on July 4, 2012.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 233
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        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilman Watson, it was

        RESOLVED THAT, the Common Council hereby approves a seasonal Mobile
        Food Unit License for Jason Hanes, dba J & J concessions, allowing him to vend
        at the July 4th Glens Falls Symphony Concert in Crandall Park on 07/04/12 and
        throughout the season.

Roll call vote taken on the foregoing resolution resulted as follows:
AYES: Councilman-at-Large Hall, Councilwoman Villa-White, Councilmen Busch,
Watson, Brock and Driscoll.
NAYS: None.
Said resolution declared Adopted.
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OLD BUSINESS

Councilman Watson reminded residents that the second installment of City/County
taxes is due by 6/30/12.

Councilman Driscoll thanked the Council for approving paving work needed in his Ward
– they’ll be starting this week.

Mayor Diamond congratulated the Council on Tech Meadows successful
groundbreaking. Construction will begin this summer for their first tenant as well as
infrastructure work from Veteran’s Road to Sherman Avenue.
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        RESOLUTION NO. 234

        On the motion of Councilman Busch, seconded by Councilwoman Villa-White, all
        voting affirmatively, it was

        RESOLVED THAT, the Common Council hereby adjourns the June 26, 2012
        meeting.
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