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									Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                          Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Mr. Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Mr. Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Mr. Mickelsen
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption:                        Dr. Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Mr. Holtz

                                         Total




RESOLUTION DECLARING VARIOUS OFFICE EQUIPMENT FROM THE TOWN HALL
SURPLUS AND OBSOLETE AND AUTHORIZING DISPOSAL BY THE TOWN
HIGHWAY/PARKS DEPARTMENT

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Farmington Town Board hereby declares the
following items surplus and obsolete, as they are no long functioning:

INVENTORY NO.:                                    ITEM:
        1142                                     Computer mouse pad
        1009                                     Computer speaker
        11570                                    Palm Pilot charger
        1238                                     Computer microphone
        1244                                     Keyboard
        1239                                     Electronic calculator
        20095                                    Computer backup battery

AND, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Town Board hereby authorizes the Town Highway/Parks
Department to dispose of the aforementioned items and be it

FINALLY RESOLVED that the Town Clerk provides copies of this resolution to the Bookkeeper and
the Highway/Parks Department.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                     THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                           TOWN BOARD

                                                               Roll Call Vote
                                             Names                        Ayes   Nays    Abstain    Absent

                                             Supervisor
The following was presented                  Mr. Fafinski
                                             Councilman
By__________________________________         Mr. Ingalsbe
                                             Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________       Mr. Mickelsen
                                             Councilman
Date of Adoption: March 12, 2013             Dr. Casale
                                             Councilman
                                             Mr. Holtz

                                             Total


RE: Acceptance of a Letter of Credit – Mattiacio Orthodontics – Hathaway Drive, in
the total amount of $ 14,322.75.

WHEREAS, the Farmington Town Board (hereinafter referred to as Town Board) has received from the Town
Director of Planning & Development, a proposed Letter of Credit, in the total amount of $14,322.75, on behalf of
Mattiacio Orthodontics (hereinafter referred to as Applicant), payable to the Town of Farmington, for the installation
of 497 lineal feet of five foot wide sidewalk, a sidewalk detection warning field and Town Inspections; and

WHEREAS, said Letter of Credit is based upon the Applicant’s engineers (Costich Engineering) estimate dated 2-
25-13; and

WHEREAS, the above referenced estimate has been reviewed and accepted by Lance S. Brabant, CPESC, MRB
Group, P.C., the Town’s Engineering Firm, in a letter dated February 27, 2013 to Ronald Brand, Director of
Planning and Development; and

WHEREAS, said Letter of Credit is a pre-requisite to the Town scheduling a pre-construction meeting on this
project.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board hereby accepts the above referenced Letter of
Credit Estimate, in the total amount of $14,322.75, for the items described above herein.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Applicant is directed to file said Letter of Credit with the Town
Bookkeeper within 30 days of this resolution and prior to the scheduling of a pre-construction meeting upon the
project.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Town Bookkeeper, upon receipt of the Letter of Credit, is to make copy
thereof and file it with the Town Development Office.

FINALLY, BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Clerk is to provide copies of this resolution to Kevin Bragg,
Chrisanntha Construction, to Garth Winterkorn, P.E., Costich Engineering, P.C., to Floyd Kofahl, Town Code
Enforcement Officer, to Jack Henehan, the Town Construction Inspector, to Sarah O’Brien, the Town Bookkeeper,
to Lance Brabant, the Town Engineer, to the Director of Planning & Development and to file a copy with the Town
Development Office.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                         Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                   Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Mr. Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Mr. Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Mr. Mickelsen
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption:                        Dr. Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Mr. Holtz

                                         Total



RESOLUTION CONFIRMING THE RECALLING AND AMENDING OF
RESOLUTION NO. 105-2013: RULING THAT THE WATER BILL OWED BY THE
OWNERS OF 1440 FRASER WAY MUST BE PAID BY 8 AM MARCH 6, 2013
FOLLOWING AN INVESTIGATION INTO REPORTS OF A FAULTY METER

WHEREAS ON February 26, 2013 the Town Board approved Resolution No. 105 of 2013 and
subsequently needed to make adjustments to the amount owed by the property owners of 1440
Fraser Way,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the resolution should have read as follows:

WHEREAS, On November 29, 2012 the Farmington Water and Sewer Department read the
water meter for #1440 Frasier Way for the 4th Quarter Billing Cycle and the reading was
recorded as 812,000 gallons for a 4th Quarter, with total water usage of 98,000 gallons, and

WHEREAS, the Water and Sewer bill in the amount of $75 for one sewer unit and $403.40 for
water usage was mailed to 1440 Fraser way for payment due on January 31, 2013 and effective
February 1, 2013, a 10 percent penalty was added in the amount of $40.34 for water usage and
$7.50 for sewer with a total due in the amount of $526.24, and

WHEREAS, on January 25, 2013 the Water and Sewer Department received a service order
request to check the existing water meter located at 1440 Frasier Way as the 4th Quarter water
reading showed usage of 98,000 gallons of water, and

WHEREAS, the meter reader performed a leak detection test and found water was flowing
through the meter. He further inspected the ¾” water meter #29391831 and reported to that the
meter was operating properly. The homeowner reported problems with the installation of a
humidifier unit and it was stated that the humidifier on the furnace had been turned off. The
meter reader noticed the basement flooring had been torn up for unknown reasons. The
homeowner was advised to check the toilets for any leaks, and

WHEREAS, the homeowner of 1440 Frasier Way on January 28, 2013 (Sean Adams) told the
Water and Sewer Superintendent he had a plumber at the residence to shut off all possible water
usages including the outside hose bibs, and

WHEREAS, a verbal agreement was made that the Farmington Water and Sewer Department,
would schedule a date at the homeowner’s convenience to replace the existing ¾” water meter
with a new water meter and,

WHEREAS, by letter of January 28, 2013, the Farmington Water and Sewer Superintendent
informed the owner of 1440 Frasier Way the old water meter would be back to the Water Meter
Repair Shop and would be disassembled and tested for accuracy. And, in the event that the old
meter was found to be working properly, and in accordance with the Fee Schedule, Mr. Adams
would be charged a cost of $200.00 for the water meter replacement, which will be charged on
the next quarterly bill, and

WHEREAS, on January 31, 2013, the homeowner acknowledge receipt of the letter and agreed
to the water meter replacement and asked if it could be done prior to reinstallation of the wooden
basement floor that had previously buckled by the bar area near the water meter, and

WHEREAS, on February 1, 2013 at 8:15 AM the meter was removed by the Farmington Water
and Sewer Department and a new ¾” Badger meter was installed and the old meter was tested.
The old meter showed 100% accuracy on low flow; 101% accuracy on meter flow and 100%
accuracy on high flow for an overall accuracy of 100.3%, and

WHEREAS, an outside agency also tested the Badger meter and the results of low flow, defined
as 0.50 gallon per minute, was 98.6% accurate; the results of the intermediate flow, defined as 3
gallons per minute, was 101.7%; and the results of high flow, defined as 25 gallons per minute,
was 98.9% for an overall accuracy of 99.73%, and

WHEREAS, on February 8, 2013 a Shut-Off Notice was sent to 1440 Frasier Way stating that
payments must be received by 8 a.m. March 6, 2013 or service would be disconnected, and on
February 15, 2013, the Farmington Water and Sewer Department, at the request of the Town
Board, conducted a follow up leak detection test on the newly installed meter. The Water and
Sewer Superintendent and employee Tom Simonds observed a measurable amount of water
flowing through the newly installed water meter at this residence. Mr. Degear and Mr. Simonds
waited to see if the meter stopped or slowed, which it did, but only briefly, and

WHEREAS, the Water and Sewer Superintendent, during the test, saw new drywall at the
bottom 4” of the basement wall and the newly installed wooden floor in the basement, and when
asked about the new wood planked floor, Mr. Adams explained the old floor had ‘buckled” in an
area near the basement bar “because of a problem with the sump-pump.” It was also observed
that the outside water hose bib was connected to a plastic waterline near the bottom of the
basement stairs. Therefore, the Water and Sewer Superintendent has concluded that reasons for
the large water usage during the 4th Quarter could be related to one of the following problems:

      The humidifier to the furnace most likely was plumbed to discharge into the basement
       sump pump. If a large water flow from a poorly installed humidifier had been discharging
       water into the sump pump, over time, the sump pump may have burned out and flooded
       the basement.
      The outside garden hose may have broken and water had seeped into the basement and
       caused the flooding especially if the volume was great and had overcome the sump pump.
      The in-ground outside pool could have been drained and refilled during this period.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that following a thorough investigation by the Water
and Sewer Department that included on-site inspection and testing of the water meter at 1440
Fraser Way and resulted in the findings that the meter was monitoring water usage accurately,
the Town Board hereby rules that the property owners of 1440 Fraser Way must pay their water
bill in a timely fashion, by the normally stated due date of 8 a.m. March 6, 2013, or face
penalties including shut-off of water service, and be it

FINALLY RESOLVED that the Town Clerk provide a copy of this resolution to the Water and
Sewer Department and mail a Certified Copy to 1440 Fraser Way.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SUPERVISOR TO SIGN THE
RENEWAL OF THE ANNUAL MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR THE
CANON COPIER IN THE HIGHWAY/PARKS DEPARTMENT

WHEREAS, the Town of Farmington Highway/Parks Superintendent, Ed McLaughlin, has
requested that the Town Supervisor sign the contract with United Business Systems to renew the
current Canon Copier maintenance agreement for the Highway/Parks Department thru March 4,
2014, and

WHEREAS, the contract would cost $380.00 to include labor, parts, drum, toner and developer
and 20,000 copies with a charge of .0162 per copy over 20,000 copies,
now therefore be it

RESOLVED that the Supervisor is authorized to sign the contract, and


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Town Clerk provide copies of this resolution with a
copy of the signed contract to the Highway/Parks Superintendent and the Town Bookkeeper.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




RESOLUTION SETTING THE ANNUAL SPRING CLEANUP DATES FOR
THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON AS MAY 2, 3 and 4, 2013

WHEREAS, the Town of Farmington holds an Annual Spring Cleanup for three (3) days each
May to give Town Residents an opportunity to rid themselves of unwanted waste and various
household items,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board sets the 2013 Spring Cleanup for
May 2, 3 and 4 from the hours of 7AM to 7PM Thursday and Friday and 7AM to 3PM on
Saturday, and

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Rules and Regulations of the Annual Spring
Cleanup, such as that only Town Residents may take part and only certain items are accepted as
set by the Highway/Parks Superintendent and posted on the Town of Farmington’s website, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Town Clerk forward copies of the Resolution to the
Highway/Parks Superintendent, the Water and Sewer Superintendent, the Deputy
Clerk’s (for posting) and the Supervisor’s Office.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SUPERVISOR TO APPROVE
ADDITIONAL SERVICE PROPOSALS FOR THE HIGHWAY/PARKS
GENERATOR AND THE TOWN HALL GENERATOR

WHEREAS, the Town of Farmington Highway/Parks Superintendent, Ed McLaughlin, has
requested that the Town Supervisor sign additional service proposals for the generators located at
the Highway/Parks Department and the Town Hall, and

WHEREAS, there are repairs necessary for the proper performance of the generators resulting
from the annual inspections completed on said generators, and

WHEREAS, the cost for the repairs to the Highway/Parks generator will not exceed $997.91 and
the repairs to the Town Hall generator will not exceed $1,796.25, now therefore be it

RESOLVED that the Supervisor is authorized to sign the additional service proposals, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Town Clerk provide copies of this resolution with a
copy of the signed proposals to the Highway/Parks Superintendent and the Town Bookkeeper.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013
                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                          Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                    Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore M Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Timothy P Mickelsen
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
                                         Michael J. Casale

                                         Total




   RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING 2 YEAR AGREEMENT TO SUPPLY $150,000.00
      ANNUALY FOR 2 YEARS TO HIGHWAY FOR ROAD REPAIRS AND
              CONSTRUCTION FROM VLT STATE MONIES

Whereas, The Town has each year since 2007 received video lottery terminal (VLT)
money New York State to be used to fund road repair and construction and capital
projects and

Whereas, the Town Board of the Town of Farmington has agreed to move $300,000 of
the 2010 VLT monies to the Highway Road Repair CD to be distributed in two
payments of $150,000 at the first board meeting of April 2013 and 2014. Now therefore
be it

Resolved: that the Town Board authorizes the aforementioned distribution

And be it finally Resolved, that the Town Clerk of the Town of Farmington forward
copies of this resolution to the Highway Superintendent and bookkeeper
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                          Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                    Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore M Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Timothy P Mickelsen
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
                                         Michael J. Casale

                                         Total




  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING BUDGET AMENDMENT FOR HIGHWAY VLT
                         AGREEMENT


Now Therefor be it Resolved: that the Town Board authorizes following budget
amendment for the Highway VLT agreement:

FROM:
A599               Appropriated Fund Balance                     300,000.00

TO:
A9901.96V10 Transfers to Other Funds –‘10 VLT                    300,000.00

FROM:
DA5031V10 Interfund Transfer – ’10 VLT                           300,000.00

TO:
DA599              Appropriated Fund Balance                     300,000.00

And be it finally Resolved, that the Town Clerk provide copies of this resolution to the
Highway Superintendent and bookkeeper
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                             Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                       Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore M Fafinski
                                                  Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Timothy P Mickelsen
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
                                         Michael J. Casale

                                         Total




RESOLUTION TO CLOSE OUT SEWER PLANT EXPANSION CAPITAL PROJECT

Whereas, the Water & Sewer Superintendent has advised that the Sewer Plant
Expansion Capital Project has been completed and all financial obligations have been
satisfied in February 2013,


Now Therefore be it Resolved, that the Town Board authorizes the remaining balance
of $3.95, interest accrued for the month of February should be transferred to the Sewer
Fund Municipal Savings account thereby closing out the project.


Resolved, that the Town Clerk of the Town of Farmington forward copies of this
resolution to Water & Sewer Superintendent and the Bookkeeper.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




  APPROVAL FOR ADDITIONAL SEASONAL EMPLOYEE FOR 2013 PROJECTS IN
                 THE WATER & SEWER DEPARTMENT


      WHEREAS, with the I & I and manhole rehab work, maintenance and that the Water
and Sewer Department will be starting the various Projects, and

       WHEREAS, manpower will be needed for the work of Mowing at the WWTP, Stations
and Vaults, painting fire hydrant and water valve boxes, operating water valves, including other
minor tasks while the water and sewer maintenance crew’s work on necessary maintenance items
or improvement projects.

       THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Farmington Town Board authorizes the
Water & Sewer Superintendent to hire three (3) Seasonal Public Work Maintenance Assistant
employees to work on the various projects at a rate of $9.00 to $9.75 per hour, for a period not to
exceed 23 weeks from May 13, 2013 to October 19, 2013.

       BE IT RESOLVED, Funding for the seasonal positions is from budget line WA 8130.1,
SS 8320.1 and SS 8340.1. Any person hired for this seasonal position will report to the
Supervisors Office in advance of this scheduled start date for processing.

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution will be supplied from the
Town Clerk to the Water and Sewer Superintendent.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




                Professional Service Agreement for Utility Billing Software
       Canandaigua/Farmington Water & Sewer Districts and the Victor Sewer District

     WHEREAS, in 1998 authorization was approved to install new Billing software from
Computer Services Incorporated (CSI), and

       WHEREAS, in 2009 Harris Computer offered us an up-grade after they purchased CSI,
Problem with the upgrade developed after the upgrade was installed, and

       WHEREAS, after rejecting the Harris up-grade the Water and Sewer Department started
the process of reviewing new billing software packages.

        WHERAS, by Resolution on June 14, 2011 the Town Board of Farmington acting on
behalf of the Farmington Sanitary Sewer District hereby authorization the Water and Sewer Supt
to enter into a Professional Services agreement with B.A.S. - Business Automation Services Inc
of Clifton Park, NY for their Utility Billing Software; installed for a total cost not to exceed
$23,500.00 and an Annual Maintenance cost of $3250.00

       WHEREAS, the system configuration work was completed on February 27, 2012, and
the Water and Sewer Department provided review comments for the B.A.S. Utility Billing
System Amounts Invoiced program which are now included with the revised billing software.

         WHEREAS, on January 18, 2013, a billing invoice for the Design of a System
Configuration System; Installation Support & Training; Annual Software Support &
Maintenance; Electronic Meter Reader Interface and Final System Configuration was submitted
in the amount of $13,360.00
        BE IT RESOLVED, that a partial payment of $3,250.00 was recommended by the W&S
Supt. for the invoice dated September 1, 2012. The amount of funding for this Software is from
SW1 8310.2 and SS 8110.2 & SS 8110.4.

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution will be supplied from the
Town Clerk to the Water and Sewer Superintendent.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                    THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                          TOWN BOARD

                                                             Roll Call Vote
                                            Names                      Ayes   Nays    Abstain    Absent

                                            Supervisor
The following was presented                 Mr. Fafinski
                                            Councilman
By__________________________________        Mr. Ingalsbe
                                            Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________     Mr. Mickelsen
                                            Councilman
Date of Adoption:                           Dr. Casale
                                            Councilman
                                            Mr. Holtz

                                            Total




RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE HISTORIAN AND THE TOWN HISTORIC
PRESERVATION COMMISSION IN SEEKING A GRANT FOR A HISTORIC MARKER

WHEREAS, The Farmington Town Historian, with the support of the Historic Preservation Commission, is
applying for a grant from the William H. Pomeroy Foundation Historic Roadside Marker Grant Program for a
roadside marker in front of the Elbridge Lapham home at 6227 Boughton Hill Road (County Road 41), and

WHEREAS, the marker would depict the home’s historic significance to Farmington: the late U.S. Senator,
Elbridge Lapham, was born on the property in 1814 and served as a senator from 1881 to 1885. He died in 1896 and
is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Canandaigua, according to documents the Historian and Commission have
acquired with the help of Ontario County Historian Preston Pierce, and

WHEREAS, the home is now owned by Mr. and Mrs. Scott Johnson, who support the grant application and marker,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Farmington Town Board hereby supports the Historian and Town
Historic Preservation Commission in seeking a grant for a historic marker at the former home of Elbridge Lapham at
6227 Boughton Hill Road, and be it

FINALLY RESOLVED that the Town Clerk provides two certified copies of this resolution to the Historian, one of
which may be submitted with the grant application.
                                                             Resolution No. ________ of 2013
                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                             Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                       Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore M Fafinski
                                                  Councilman
By__________________________________     Pete Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Timothy P Mickelsen
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
                                         Michael J. Casale

                                         Total




RE: RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON CODE
ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS JAMES MORSE AND FLOYD KOFAHL TO ATTEND
TRAINING AT THE ONTARIO COUNTY TRAINING FACILITY

WHEREAS, The Town Code Enforcement Officers are required to continue their education on new Code
Updates; and

WHEREAS, The Ontario County Soil and Water along with the New York State Department of Health
are providing a Certified Training on the new 2012 NYSDOH 75A Manual for private sewer and septic
systems; and

WHEREAS, The Code Enforcement officers, Jim Morse and Floyd Kofahl have requested approval to
attend said training at a cost not to exceed $100.00 each for the 1day training;

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED That the Town Board of Farmington does herein approve the
attendance of Jim Morse and Floyd Kofahl to the Ontario County Soil and Water Conservation District
Training at a cost not to exceed $100.00 each.
                                                             Resolution No. ________ of 2013
                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                             Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                       Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore M Fafinski
                                                  Councilman
By__________________________________     Pete Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Timothy P Mickelsen
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
                                         Michael J. Casale

                                         Total




RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON CODE
ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, FLOYD D. KOFAHL TO ATTEND TRAINING AT THE
ANNUAL NYSBOC, CENTRAL CHAPTER BUILDING OFFICIALS CONFERENCE

WHEREAS, The Town Code Enforcement Officers are required to receive annual training and where The
NYSBOC, Central Chapter is providing certified training; and

WHEREAS, The Code Enforcement officer, Floyd D. Kofahl has requested approval to attend said
training at a cost not to exceed $350.00 for the 3 1/2 day conference;

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED That the Town Board of Farmington does herein approve the
attendance of Floyd Kofahl to the Annual NYSBOC Central Chapter Building Officials Conference at a
cost not to exceed $350.00.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




    RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SUPERVISOR TO SIGN A SPILLS
PREVENTION PLAN AGREEMENT WITH THE MRB GROUP AT A COST NOT TO
EXCEED $5,800.00.

       WHEREAS, the Wastewater Treatment Plant has the ability to add Ferric Chloride and
Liquid Sodium Hypochlorite to its treatment process, and

      WHEREAS, The NYS Department of Environmental Conversation requires registration
of Chemical Bulk Storage Tanks, and

        WHEREAS, Before any re-certification can be issued, a Spills Prevention Plan and
inspection must be in place, and

       WHEREAS, the Spills Prevention Plan must be prepared by a Professional Engineer,
The plan must include; map and report of all existing and proposed containment areas.

       NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board of Farmington acting
on behalf of the Sewer District hereby authorizes the Water and Sewer Superintendent to
contract and oversee the development of the plan by MRB Group for a cost not to exceed $
5,800.00

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Town Supervisor is authorized to sign the
contract with MRB Group for this Spills Prevention Plan. Funds for the Engineering Service
will be from budget line SS1-8130.4.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution will be supplied from the
Town Clerk to the Water and Sewer Superintendent.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TOWN SUPERVISOR TO SIGN
CHANGE ORDER EC-06 FROM KENNETH R. LAWRENCE ELECTRIC,
INC. AND CHANGE ORDER PC-05 FROM LANDRY MECHANICAL
CONTRACTORS PERTAINING TO THE NEW HIGHWAY FACILITY AT
985 HOOK ROAD
WHEREAS, Kenneth R. Lawrence Electric, Inc. has submitted a Change Order (EC-06) as
required for an allowance credit in the amount of $(566.49) to be deducted from the original
awarded contract amount as indicated in the attached documents, and

WHEREAS, Landry Mechanical Contractors has submitted a Change Order (PC-05) as
required for an allowance credit in the amount of $(550.24) and credit for FP Alarm
Bell and Mounting Box which was never installed in the amount of $(53.40) for a total
of $(603.64) to be deducted from the original awarded contract amount as indicated in the
attached documents, and

WHEREAS, said documents are being made a part of this Resolution,
now therefore be it

RESOLVED, that the Town Board authorizes the Supervisor to sign the change order submitted
for a credit of $(566.49) from Kenneth R. Lawrence Electric, Inc. and a change order for a credit
of $(603.64) from Landry Mechanical Contractors, and be it further

RESOLVED, that the Town Clerk forward two(2) signed copies to MRB Group and
(1) signed copy to the Highway/Parks Superintendent, along with this resolution.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TOWN SUPERVISOR TO SIGN
CHANGE ORDER GC-05 FROM BUILDING INNOVATION GROUP AND
CHANGE ORDER HVAC-04 FROM KING AND KING MECHANICAL,
INC. PERTAINING TO THE NEW HIGHWAY FACILITY AT 985 HOOK
ROAD


WHEREAS, change orders have been submitted from Building Innovation Group - Change
Order (GC-05) and King and King Mechanical, Inc. – Change Order (HVAC-04) for final
payment time extensions, and

WHEREAS, due to unforeseen circumstances and delays affecting the original substantial
completion date, now therefore be it

RESOLVED, that the Town Board authorizes the Supervisor to sign the change orders from
Building Innovation Group for final payment time extension to be 3/29/13, and King and King
Mechanical, Inc. for final payment time extension to be 4/9/13, and be it further

RESOLVED, that the Town Clerk forward two(2) signed copies to MRB Group and
(1) signed copy to the Highway/Parks Superintendent, along with this resolution.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE HIGHWAY/PARKS
SUPERINTENDENT TO AWARD BID RECEIVED FOR THE SALT
STORAGE FACILITY AT THE NEW HIGHWAY CAMPUS TO PARK
LANE CONSTRUCTION
WHEREAS, the Highway/Parks Superintendent and the Town Engineering Consultant, MRB
Group, have carefully reviewed all bids received for a Salt Storage Facility to be located at the
new Highway Campus, and

WHEREAS, Park Lane Construction was the lowest bid that satisfied all specifications listed in
the bid at $ 438,244.00, and

WHEREAS, the following other bids were received: Secor Building Solutions -
 $452,735.00, Penn State Construction - $ 492,494.00 and Iversen Construction                       Corp. -
$679,000.00 now therefore be it

RESOLVED, the Town Board hereby authorizes the Highway/Parks Superintendent to award
said bid to Park Lane Construction at a cost not to exceed $ 438,244.00, and be it further

RESOLVED, that the Town Clerk forward copies of this Resolution to the Highway/Parks
Superintendent, the Town Bookkeeper and the Supervisor’s Secretary.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




     RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TOWN CLERK TO WAIVE USAGE FEES
FOR BOY SCOUT TROOP 50 TO USE PUMPKIN HOOK PARK JUNE 10, 2013

        WHEREAS, Janet Snyder, treasurer of Boy Scout Troop 50 of Farmington, has
requested that the Troop be allowed to use Pumpkin Hook Park on June 10, 2013 for its end-of-
year picnic,

       NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Clerk hereby authorizes the
Town Clerk to waive the usage fee for Boy Scout Troop 50 to reserve Pumpkin Hook Park on
June 10, 2013, and be it

       FINALLY RESOLVED that the Town Clerk provides a copy of this resolution to Janet
Snyder and keeps a copy for her office.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                  Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Michael Casale
                                         Councilman
                                         Timothy Mickelsen




      RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TOWN SUPERVISOR TO HIRE A
CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY AND AUTHORIZING THE CREATION OF A
TEMPORARY TRAINING POSITION, IF NEEDED, AT AN HOURLY RATE OF $13
TO $15

        WHEREAS, Confidential Secretary Jessica Youngman has submitted her resignation,
effective, April 5, 2013, for a career opportunity, and

        WHEREAS, the Supervisor would like to fill the position as soon as possible, ideally
before the departure of Jessica Youngman so that she may train her successor,

        NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board hereby authorizes the
hiring of a full-time Confidential Secretary at an hourly rate of $13 to $15, depending on
experience and background, and be it further

        RESOLVED that the Town Board authorizes the creation of a temporary training
position not to exceed 30 days from the date of hire, and

        BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that the Town Clerk provides a copy of this resolution
to the Supervisor’s Office and the Bookkeeper.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                    THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                          TOWN BOARD

                                                     Roll Call Vote
                                            Names                     Ayes   Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                            Supervisor
The following was presented                 Theodore Fafinski
                                            Councilman
By__________________________________        Peter Ingalsbe
                                            Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________      Steven Holtz
                                            Councilman
Date of Adoption                            Michael Casale
                                            Councilman
                                            Timothy Mickelsen




   Approval of Request For Proposal For Chain Link Security Fence Replacement and Installation Due To
                           Wind Damages at the Waste Water Treatment Plant

        WHEREAS, the Water and Sewer Department received Request for Proposals for the 7’-1” High Chain
Link Security Fence with 3-barb wire replacement at the Wastewater Treatment Facility, and

         WHEREAS, the existing chain link security fence was damaged on February 20, 2013 due to high wind
gusts and a fallen tree and causing a potential hazard to the security of the Waste Water Treatment Plant, and

         WHEREAS, the W & S Department had not budgeted in 2013 for the replacement of 120 linear feet of
chain link security fence along the eastern perimeter of the property, and requested a RFP with three venders
responding.

        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board of Farmington acting on behalf of the
Farmington Sewer District hereby authorizes Butler Fence Co. Inc. of Canandaigua, N.Y. for the installation of 120
Linear Feet of fence replacement at cost not to exceed $2,839.00.

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, this reconstruction is budgeted for and will be expended from the
Farmington Sewer Budget lines SS 8140.2
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                     THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                           TOWN BOARD

                                                           Roll Call Vote
                                          Names                    Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                          Supervisor
The following was presented               Theodore M Fafinski
                                          Councilman
By__________________________________      Peter Ingalsbe
                                          Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________    Timothy P Mickelsen
                                          Councilman
Date of Adoption                          Steven Holtz
                                          Councilman
                                          Michael J. Casale

                                          Total




      RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING BUDGET AMENDMENT FOR HIGHWAY
                   CAMPUS CURRENT EXPENDITURES


Now Therefor be it Resolved: that the Town Board authorizes following budget
amendment for the Highway Campus:

FROM:
HC1990.22                     Highway Campus Contingency                    778.25
HC1990.22                     Highway Campus Contingency                    38,504.75

TO:
HC1440.22                     Highway Campus - Engineering II               778.25
HC5132.22                     Highway Campus - Garage II                    38,504.75


And be it finally Resolved, that the Town Clerk provide copies of this resolution to the
Highway Superintendent and bookkeeper
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                              THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON TOWN BOARD
                                                          Roll Call Vote
                                           Names                  Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                           Supervisor
The following was presented                Mr. Fafinski
                                           Councilman
By__________________________________       Mr. Ingalsbe
                                           Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________     Mr. Mickelsen
                                           Councilman
Date of Adoption:                          Dr. Casale
                                           Councilman
                                           Mr. Holtz
                                           Total




RESOLUTION TRANSFERING COURT GRANT REVENUE TO A
BUDGET EXPENDITURE LINE

WHEREAS, the Farmington Town Court applied for and was awarded a grant in the amount of
$12,994.85, now

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board hereby authorizes the transfer of funds
as follows:

FROM:                         A3021 Court Facilities             $12,994.85
TO:                           A1110.22 Town Justice - Grant      $12,994.85

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Town Clerk provide copies of this resolution to
the Bookkeeper and Town Court.
Resolution No. ________ of 2013

                                   THE TOWN OF FARMINGTON
                                         TOWN BOARD

                                                          Roll Call Vote
                                         Names                    Ayes     Nays   Abstain   Absent

                                         Supervisor
The following was presented              Theodore M Fafinski
                                         Councilman
By__________________________________     Peter Ingalsbe
                                         Councilman
Sec’d by _____________________________   Timothy P Mickelsen
                                         Councilman
Date of Adoption                         Steven Holtz
                                         Councilman
                                         Michael J. Casale

                                         Total




         RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING FUNDING OF CAPITAL PROJECT TO
               CONSTRUCT SALT BARN AT HIGHWAY CAMPUS.

Whereas, the town of Farmington wishes to install a salt barn at the Highway Campus
for the general operation of the town highway.


The total estimated cost is:
       Salt Barn                                          $438,244.00
       Misc & Contingent                                  $ 162,584.00
                                 Total                    $600,828.00

The source of funding will be:
      Operating Funds
             2007 VLT                                     $325,797.16
             2010 VLT                                     $275,030.84
                           Total                          $600,828.00


Resolved, that the usage of reserve funds in the amount of three hundred twenty five
thousand seven hundred ninety seven and 16/100 dollars (325,797.16) was subject to
permissive referendum, as required by law and the town clerk published necessary
public notices, and the money was transferred in 2012; and be it further
Resolved, that the usage of reserve funds in the amount of two hundred seventy five
thousand and thirty and 84/100 dollars (275,030.84) is subject to permissive
referendum, as required by law and the town clerk shall publish necessary public
notices; and be it further


Resolved, that the Town Supervisor of the Town of Farmington hereby is authorized
and directed to transfer from the General Fund Restricted Assets (VLT 2010) to the
Highway Land Acquisition & Improvements Capital project, two hundred seventy five
thousand thirty and 84/100 dollars (275,030.84) in said fund to install salt barn; and be it
further


Resolved, that the Town Clerk of the Town of Farmington forward copies of this
resolution to Highway and bookkeeper.

								
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