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					                                     January 21, 2010
       A regular meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Colonie was held at Town
Hall on the 21st day of January 2010 at 7:00 PM.
       PRESENT: Supervisor                           Paula A. Mahan
                Councilwomen                         Nancy R. Hernandez
                                                     Linda J. Murphy
                    Councilmen                       Robert D. Becker
                                                     Daniel J. Dustin
                                                     Daniel A. Hornick
       ABSENT:                                       William E. Carl
       ALSO PRESENT:
       Town Clerk                                    Elizabeth A. DelTorto
       Town Attorney                                 Michael C. Magguilli
       Chief of Police                               Steven H. Heider
       Personnel Officer                             Michael Burick
       Highway Maintenance Supervisor                Daniel Chambers
       Public Works Commissioner &
              Superintendent of Highways             John Cunningham
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                           RESOLUTION NO. 138 FOR 2010
       Supervisor Mahan offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution subject to permissive referendum establishing Extension No.
       158 to the Latham Water District.
       WHEREAS, a map, plan and engineer’s report relating to the establishment of
Extension 158 to the Latham Water District, prepared by C.T. Male Associates, P.C.,
competent engineers, duly licensed by the State of New York, in a manner and detail as
determined by the Town Board of Colonie, has been filed with the Town Clerk of Colonie,
in accordance with the requirements of the Town Law; and
        WHEREAS, an order was adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Colonie on
December 17, 2009, reciting the filing of the map, plan and report, the boundaries of the
proposed extension, the improvements proposed, the estimated expense thereof, the
proposed method of financing, the fact that the map, plan and report are on file in the
Town Clerk’s Office in said Town for public inspection, and all other matters required by
law to be stated; and
       WHEREAS, the order set January 21, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall,
Newtonville, New York as the date, time and place of the public meeting to consider said
map, plan and report and to hear all persons interested in the subject, and to take action as
required and authorized by law; and
      WHEREAS, notice of such public hearing was duly published and posted in the
manner and within the time as required by law; and
        WHEREAS, a hearing on the matter was held by the Town Board on the 21st day of
January, 2010, beginning at 7:00 p.m. and the matter being fully discussed and all
interested persons having been duly heard; and
       NOW IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED AND DETERMINED:
               a)     That the notice of hearing was published and posted as required by
                      law, and is otherwise sufficient;
               b)     That all property and property owners within the proposed extension
                      area are benefitted thereby;
               c)     That all the property and property owners benefitted are included
                      within the limits of the proposed extension;
               d)     That it is in the public interest to establish the water district
                      extension;
         FURTHER RESOLVED AND DETERMINED, that the establishment of the water
district extension, as set forth in the map, plan and report be approved, and
      FURTHER RESOLVED AND DETERMINED, the approval of the State
Comptroller is not required pursuant to the provisions of Sec. 209(f) of the Town Law; and
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        FURTHER RESOLVED AND DETERMINED, that the requested improvement
shall be constructed, and the necessary easements and lands be acquired, upon the required
funds being made available and provided for, and such extension shall be known and
designated as the 158th Extension to the Latham Water District in the Town of Colonie,
and shall be bounded and described as set forth in Areas “A” through “D” outlined in the
aforementioned engineer’s report on file in the Office of the Town Clerk of the Town of
Colonie and annexed hereto, and the maximum amount proposed for said project is Six
Thousand Fifty and 00/100 Dollars ($6,050.00) dollars to be paid for with excess water
rents of the district, and it is further
       RESOLVED, that this Resolution is subject to permissive referendum as provided
by §209-e of the Town Law.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 139 FOR 2010
       Supervisor Mahan offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution appointing Linda J. Renchkovsky to the position of Typist
       PT in the Civil Service Department (Interdepartmental).
        BE IT RESOLVED that Linda J. Renchkovsky be, and hereby is, appointed to the
position of Typist PT in the Civil Service Department (Interdepartmental); and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Linda J. Renchkovsky be, and hereby is,
appointed to the position at an hourly salary of $14.21, effective January 25, 2010.
        The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Hernandez and, upon roll call,
it was unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 139 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Murphy offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution establishing one (1) position of Assistant to the Town
       Supervisor PT in the Supervisor’s Office and appointing Jean Donovan
       to that position.
       BE IT RESOLVED that one (1) position of Assistant to the Town Supervisor PT
be, and hereby is, established in the Supervisor’s Office; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Jean Donovan be, and hereby is, appointed as
Assistant to the Town Supervisor PT, effective February 1, 2010 at an hourly rate of pay of
$28.85 per hour, pending NYS Jurisdictional Classification Approval.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 140 FOR 2010
       Councilman Becker offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution approving/disapproving Capstone’s appraisals pursuant to
       Resolution #403 for 2009.
       WHEREAS, by Resolution #403 for 2009, the Town Board authorized the
Supervisor to enter into agreements to convey all or a portion of real property located at
200A Onderdonk Road and to acquire approximately 9.29± acres of wetland and bog area
commonly known as the Kettle Bog and identified in the Town of Colonie 2005
Comprehensive Plan as a parcel of high conservation interest where acquisition by the
Town is appropriate and known as 42 and 42A Pollock Road; and
       WHEREAS, the conveyance and acquisition of the parcels of land in question are
contingent upon approval by the Town Board of the appraisals obtained on the property;
and
      WHEREAS, Capstone Appraisal Group, Inc. prepared an appraisal for 200A
Onderdonk Road and 42 and 42A Pollock Road, which appraisals have been provided to
each member of the Town Board for review pursuant to Resolution #403 for 2009;
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        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board hereby
approves/disapproves the appraisals prepared by Capstone Appraisal Group, Inc. regarding
the subject real property located at 200A Onderdonk Road and 42 and 42A Pollock Road.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Hernandez and, upon roll, the
following vote resulted:
               Supervisor           Paula A. Mahan               Aye
               Councilwoman         Nancy R. Hernandez           Aye
                                    Linda J. Murphy              Aye
               Councilmen           Robert D. Becker             Aye
                                    Daniel J. Dustin             Nay
                                    Daniel A. Hornick            Aye
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 141 FOR 2010
        Councilman Becker offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
        Resolution awarding the bid to Duso Chemical Co., Inc. for Potassium
        Permanganate in connection with Industrial Chemicals for the year
        2010 for various departments.
        WHEREAS, pursuant to advertisement on November 11, 2009 the following six (6)
proposals were received for Item #13 in connection with purchase of Industrial Chemicals
for the year 2010 for various departments:
Item #13 Potassium Permanganate (Technical Grade) – P.W. – Six (6) Bidders
                                            PRICE/LB.              FIRM YES/NO
   1.   Duso Chemical Co., Inc.               $2.27                    YES
   2.   ESC Environmental                     $2.30                    YES
   3.   Mann Chemical, LLC                    $2.395                   YES
   4.   Thatcher Company of NY                $2.74                    YES
   5.   Slack Chemical Co., Inc.              $3.18                    YES
   6.   Univar                                $3.59                    YES
       WHEREAS, after review of the bids by the General Services Director and the
Superintendent of the DPW/Division of Pure Waters, and upon their recommendation; and
        WHEREAS, this bid contains a renewal clause for the year 2011;
       BE IT RESOLVED that the low bidder, Duso Chemical Co., Inc., be, and hereby
is, awarded the bid for Item #13 for Potassium Permanganate at the price of $2.27 per
pound.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Hornick and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 142 FOR 2010
        Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
        Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into an agreement with
        Otis Elevator Company in connection with elevator maintenance at
        various locations in the Town of Colonie.
       WHEREAS, two (2) proposals were received in connection with the elevator
maintenance at various locations in the Town of Colonie;
        WHEREAS, Otis Elevator Company submitted the lowest quote of $9,020.00 for
the term of January 1, 2010 until December 31, 2010;
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into
an agreement with Otis Elevator Company in connection with elevator maintenance at
various locations in the Town of Colonie; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s Office.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Murphy and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                                    January 21, 2010
                          RESOLUTION NO. 143 FOR 2010
       Councilman Becker offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution approving the appointment of Mark DePasquale to the
       Accident Review Committee.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the appointment of Mark DePasquale to the Accident
Review Committee, filling the vacancy created by the resignation of Fred Roberts, be, and
hereby is, approved.
        The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Hernandez and, upon roll call,
it was unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 144 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Hernandez offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into Agreements with
       Motorola, Inc. in connection with the maintenance of the Town radio
       system for the Police Department.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into
Agreements with Motorola, Inc. in connection with the maintenance of the Town radio
system for the Police Department; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreements are subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 145 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Hernandez offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into a Service
       Agreement with Alarm & Suppression, Inc. in connection with the
       inspection of fire suppression systems at Town radio sites for the Police
       Department.
        BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into a
Service Agreement with Alarm & Suppression, Inc. in connection with the inspection of
fire suppression systems at Town radio sites for the Police Department; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the total cost for services will be $750.00; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Murphy and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 146 FOR 2010
       Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into Engineering
       Agreements with C.T. Male Associates, P.C., Clough Harbour &
       Associates & J. Kenneth Fraser and Associates in connection with the
       construction inspection of Town roads for 2010.
      BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into
Engineering Agreements with C.T. Male Associates, P.C., Clough Harbour & Associates
& J. Kenneth Fraser and Associates in connection with the construction inspection of
Town roads for 2010; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreements are subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Dustin and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 147 FOR 2010
       Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into Engineering
       Agreement #508-10 with O’Brien & Gere Engineers, Inc. in connection
       with the chemical bulk storage inspection and testing at the Mohawk
       View Water Treatment Plant for the DPW/Division of Latham Water.
        BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into
Engineering Agreement #508-10 with O’Brien & Gere Engineers, Inc. in connection with
the chemical bulk storage inspection and testing at the Mohawk View Water Treatment
Plant for the DPW/Division of Latham Water; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the total cost for the inspection and testing will
be $28,500.00; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Dustin and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 148 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Murphy offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into Engineering
       Agreement #506-10 with Clough Harbour & Associates in connection
       with the inspection and maintenance plan for 2010 for the Stony Creek
       Reservoir Dam.
        BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into
Engineering Agreement #506-10 with Clough Harbour & Associates in connection with
the inspection and maintenance plan for 2010 for the Stony Creek Reservoir Dam; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the total cost for the work performed will be
$4,000.00; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Hornick and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 149 FOR 2010
       Councilman Becker offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to execute a Dam Safety Annual
       Certification Form with the New York State Department of
       Environmental Conservation for the Stony Creek Reservoir Dam.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to execute a
Dam Safety Annual Certification Form with the New York State Department of
Environmental Conservation for the Stony Creek Reservoir Dam.
        The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Hernandez and, upon roll call,
it was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 150 FOR 2010
       Councilman Becker offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to reimburse Carver Sand &
       Gravel the deposit for the hydrant meter for the DPW/Division of
       Latham Water.
     WHEREAS, Carver Sand & Gravel issued a deposit of $500.00 to the
DPW/Division of Latham Water for a hydrant meter; and
                                   January 21, 2010
       WHEREAS, Carver Sand & Gravel had a water usage minimum charge of $49.00;
and
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to reimburse
Carver Sand & Gravel the amount of $451.00 for the DPW/Division of Latham Water.
        The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Hernandez and, upon roll call,
it was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 151 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Hernandez offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to reimburse water usage
       charges to the Inn at Fuller, LLC of 33 Fuller Road.
        WHEREAS, the DPW/Latham Water Division has agreed to reimburse the Inn at
Fuller, LLC of 33 Fuller Road water usage charges in the amount of $153.61;
     BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor is authorized to reimburse the Inn at Fuller,
LLC water usage charges located at 33 Fuller Road in the amount of $153.61.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 152 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Hernandez offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into Engineering
       Agreement #507-10 with Stearns & Wheler, LLC in connection with
       General Engineering Assistance at the Mohawk View Water Pollution
       Control Plant and the Sanitary Sewer Collection System for 2010 for
       the DPW/Division of Pure Waters.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into
Engineering Agreement #507-10 with Stearns & Wheler, LLC in connection with General
Engineering Assistance at the Mohawk View Water Pollution Control Plant and the
Sanitary Sewer Collection System for 2010 for the DPW/Division of Pure Waters; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that compensation for all services rendered shall
not exceed $10,000.00; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Murphy and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 153 FOR 2010
       Supervisor Mahan offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to execute Change Order No. 1
       to the contract with Trinity Construction, Inc. in connection with the
       2007 Sewer Rehabilitation Project.
      BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to execute
Change Order No. 1 to the contract with Trinity Construction, Inc. in connection with the
2007 Sewer Rehabilitation Project; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such Change Order is subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Hornick and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 154 FOR 2010
       Supervisor Mahan offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
                                   January 21, 2010
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to execute Amendment No. 4 to
       Engineering Agreement #295-03 with Clough Harbour and Associates
       in connection with Archmont Knolls Subdivision.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to execute
Amendment No. 4 to Engineering Agreement #295-03 with Clough Harbour and Associates
in connection with Archmont Knolls Subdivision.; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Hornick and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 155 FOR 2010
       Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into Engineering
       Agreement #503-10 with Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. in connection with
       General Engineering Assistance at the Town of Colonie Sanitary
       Landfill.
      BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into
Engineering Agreement #503-10 with Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. in connection with General
Engineering Assistance at the Town of Colonie Sanitary Landfill; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that compensation for all services rendered shall
not exceed $25,000.00; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Dustin and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 156 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Hernandez offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into a Professional
       Service Agreement #502-10 with Antana Linings, Inc. in connection
       with the Landfill Liner and Cap Repair for 2010.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into a
Professional Service Agreement #502-10 with Antana Linings, Inc. in connection with the
Landfill Liner and Cap Repair for 2010; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that compensation for all services rendered shall
not exceed $20,000.00; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s office.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Murphy and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 157 FOR 2010
       Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution awarding a bid to Terra Novo, Inc. in connection with the
       Erosion Control Emulsion for the year 2010 for the DPW/Division of
       Environmental Services.
       WHEREAS, pursuant to advertisement on December 9, 2009, the following two (2)
bids were received:
                    VENDOR                                TOTAL COST
            1.      Terra Novo, Inc.                      $5,000.00
            2.      Environmental Products Solutions      $5,162.50
                                      January 21, 2010
       WHEREAS, the bids have been reviewed by the General Services Director and
Director of the Division of Environmental Services, and upon their recommendation; and
        WHEREAS, the bid document includes a renewal clause for the years 2011 and
2012;
       BE IT RESOLVED that the bid of Terra Novo, Inc., low bidder, in connection with
the Erosion Control Emulsion for the year 2010 for the DPW/Division of Environmental
Services in the total amount of $5,000.00 be, and hereby is, accepted.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                           RESOLUTION NO. 158 FOR 2010
        Councilwoman Murphy offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
        Resolution rescinding all prior resolutions pertaining to the adoption of
        Solid Waste Management Facilities Rates and adopting a new Solid
        Waste Management Facilities Rate Table effective February 1, 2010.
       BE IT RESOLVED that all prior resolutions pertaining to the adoption of Solid
Waste Management Facilities Rates be, and hereby are rescinded, effective at close of
business on January 31, 2010; and
        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a new Solid Waste Management Facility Rate
Table, including a new Emergency Rate Table be, and hereby is, adopted as set forth in the
attached Exhibit “A”, effective February 1, 2010.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Hornick and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
                          TOWN OF COLONIE
   DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE
             SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES RATES
                         2010 RATE TABLE
                    EFFECTIVE February 1, 2010
TOWN RESIDENTS
WASTE TYPE                                                     WEIGHT/RATE
                                                       1 –200 LB.      OVER 201 LB
Garbage                                                $ 4.00*        $60.00/TON
Mix Load (Garbage)                                     NOT ALLOWED
Demo Materials                                         $5.00          $65.00/TON
Wood and Brush Greater than 3” Diameter                $65.00/TON/$5.00 minimum
Tires (unshredded)                                     $1.50 Per Tire (Car or Light Truck)
Truck, Tractor, and Heavy Equipment Tires              NOT ACCEPTED
Bulk Metals                                            $3.00 per Appliance
Bulk Metals - Freon Containing                         $15.00 per Appliance
Residents using the Refuse Transfer Station shall be charged a minimum fee of $ 4.00 Per
Trip.
Residents’ minimum fee for demolition materials or wood and brush greater than 3” diameter
shall be $5.00 per Trip.
Residents’ minimum fee for one item of house furniture shall be $5.00/item.
Residents shall not be charged for acceptance of compostable leaves, grass and light brush less
than 2000 lb.
Residents may dispose of maximum of eight (8) tires per trip at $1.50 per tire.
Residents shall be charged $3.00 per tank for disposal of propane tanks up to 20 lb.
Residents shall be charged $4.00 for recycling of electronic computer monitors
Residents shall be charged $10.00 for recycling of televisions

NON RESIDENTS
 WASTE TYPE                                                              R ATE
Garbage                                                       NOT ACCEPTED
Mix Load (Garbage)                                            NOT ALLOWED
Demolition Materials                                          $65.00/TON
Wood and Brush                                                $65.00/TON $10.00
In Bulk Loads for Disposal                                     Minimum Charge
Tires (unshredded)                                             $2.00 PER TIRE
                                                              (MAX. 8 PER TRIP)
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Bulk Metals                                                 $5.00 PER APPLIANCE
Bulk Metals - Freon Containing                              NOT ALLOWED
Televisions                                                 $ 15.00 PER UNIT
Computer Monitors                                           $ 6.00 PER UNIT
Light Brush, Grass, Leaves                  $75.00/TON $10.00 Minimum Charge
                                            in Bulk Loads for Composting
Non- Residents minimum fee for demolition materials or wood and brush shall be $10.00 per
Trip.
Non-Residents minimum fee for acceptance of propane tanks up to 20 lb. shall be $5.00
per item.
Non-Residents’ observed to be disposing of un-declared wastes materials shall be charged
at DOUBLE the posted disposal rate. For example; attempting to dispose of a propane
tank intermixed with wastes shall be charged at $10.00 per item.
Non-Residents attempting to dispose of materials at the Residential rates shall be charged a
minimum fee of $50.00 per event.
LANDFILL RATES FOR MUNICIPALITIES WITHIN THE TOWN OF COLONIE
The Village of Colonie and the Village of Menands shall be charged $48.00 per ton for
2010. The $1.00 increase shall be applied to the Landfill Property Acquisition Fund.

COMMERCIAL WASTES - IN TOWN
WASTE TYPE                                                 RATE
Garbage                                                $60.00/TON
Mix Load (Garbage)                                     $65.00/TON
Demolition Materials                                   $65.00/TON
Wood and Brush Wastes                                  $65.00/TON
Industrial Waste                                       $65.00/TON
Mattresses                                             $225.00/TON
     *REQUIRES PRIOR APPROVAL FOR SCHEDULING OF DELIVERIES WHEN
REQUIRED
Tires (unshredded)                    $2.00/TIRE (MAXIMUM OF 8 TIRES PER TRIP)
Tires (shredded)                                       $20.00/TON
*REQUIRES PRIOR APPROVAL FOR SCHEDULING OF DELIVERIES WHEN
REQUIRED.
Bulk Metals                                     $25.00/TON - Minimum $5.00/unit
Bulk Metals - Freon Containing                         NOT ACCEPTED
Computer Monitors and Televisions                       $15.00/Unit
                                                       (maximum of two units per trip)
Special Handling                        $225.00/TON or $500/LOAD - Whichever Is Higher
Compostable Light Brush, Grass, Leaves                  $70.00/TON
Non-Hazardous Containminated Soil                       $24.00/TON
Frozen Load Assistance                                   $25.00/event
**Reusable Road Base Materials**                        $20.00/TON
Not for Profit Wastes                                    $35.00TON
***Demolition/Disposal of Mobile Homes                   $750.00 ea. OR $200.00/TON
* Minimum Charge for In-Town Commercial Customers shall be $10.00 per trip.
**Reusable Road Based Materials - defined as materials suitable for road construction
within the Landfill as determined by the Director of the Division of Environmental
Services. This product shall only be taken at this rate on an “as needed” basis.
*** The Customers must remove all appliances (except furnace), all tanks, all wastes and
all liquids prior to presenting the trailers for demolition. The fixed rate shall apply to all
mobile homes that are too long or wide for accessing of the Town weigh scales.

COMMERCIAL WASTES - OUT OF TOWN
WASTE TYPE                                        RATE
Garbage                                    $60.00/TON
Mix Load (Garbage)                         $65.00/TON
Demo. Materials                            $65.00/TON
Wood & Brush Wastes            $65.00/TON Minimum $20.00 per Trip
Industrial Waste                           $65.00/TON
Mattresses                                 $225.00/TON
*REQUIRES PRIOR APPROVAL FOR SCHEDULING OF DELIVERIES WHEN
REQUIRED
Tires (unshredded)  + $2.00/Tire (MAXIMUM OF 8 TIRES PER TRIP)
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Tires (shredded)                                $20.00/TON
*REQUIRES PRIOR APPROVAL FOR SCHEDULING OF DELIVERIES WHEN
REQUIRED.
Bulk Metals                              $25.00/TON - Minimum $5.00/unit
Bulk Metals - Freon Containing                  NOT ACCEPTED
Computer Monitors and Televisions $15.00/UNIT (Maximum 2 units per trip)
Compostable Light Brush, Grass, Leaves $70.00/TON Minimum $20.00 per trip
Non Hazardous Containminated Soil               $24.00/TON

Frozen Load Assistance                                $25.00/event
***Road Base Materials **                             $20.00/TON

***Demolition/Disposal of Mobile Homes($750.00 EA. Or $200.00/TON)
* Minimum charge for Out of Town Commercial Customers shall be $10.00 per trip.
** Reusable Road Based Materials - defined as materials suitable for road construction
within the Landfill as determined by the Director of Division of Environmental Services.
This product shall only be taken at this rate on an “as needed” basis.
*** The Customers must remove all appliances (except furnace), all tanks, all wastes and
all liquids prior to presenting the trailers for demolition. The fixed rate shall apply to all
mobile homes that are too long or wide for accessing of the Town weigh scales.

RECYCLABLE MATERIALS                                                 RATE
TOC MULTI-RECYCLABLE MATERIAL LOADS                                  $ 40/TON
TOC CARDBOARD BULK                                                   $ 10/TON
TOC PLASTICS BULK                                                    $ 40/TON
TOC GLASS BULK                                                       $ 75/TON
TOC NEWSPAPER BULK                                                   $ 10/TON
TOC BALED MATERIALS                                                   Do Not Accept
TOC JUNK MAIL                                                        $ 10/TON
TOC BULK METALS                                                      $ 10/TON
TOC BULK METALS - FREON CONTAINING                                   $15.00/UNIT
TOC TELEVISIONS                                                      $ 4.00/UNIT
TOC COMPUTER MONITORS                                                $ 10.00/UNIT
TOC BULK TIN CANS                                                    $ 40.00/TON
TOC BULK TELEPHONE BOOKS                                             $ 10.00/TON
NON-TOC MULTI-RECYCLABLE MATERIAL LOADS                              Do Not Accept
NON-TOC CORRUGATED CARDBOARD BULK                                    Do Not Accept
NON-TOC PLASTICS BULK                                                Do Not Accept
NON-TOC GLASS BULK                                                   Do Not Accept
NON-TOC NEWSPAPER BULK                                                $10.00/TON
NON-TOC METALS BULK                                                  $ 25.00/TON
NON-TOC BULK - FREON CONTAINING                                      $20.00/UNIT
NON-TOC COMPUTER MONITORS                                            $5.00/UNIT
NON-TOC TELEVISIONS                                                  $10.00/UNIT
NON-TOC JUNK MAIL BULK                                               $10.00/TON
NON-TOC TELEPHONE BOOKS BULK                                          $10.00/TON
Residents 20 Pound (US) Propane Storage Tanks                        $3.00/EACH
Non-Residents 20 Pound (US) Propane Storage Tanks                    $5.00 EACH
(Empty Tanks Only Accepted)

TOC RESIDENTIAL HOUSEHOLD BATTERIES                                     NO CHARGE
The Town recycles the NiCd Rechargeable and Medical Appliance Batteries Only.
Sale of Compost Materials                               $ 7.50/CY f.o.b. compost site
                                                        $10.00/CY f.o.b. loaded compost site
NON TOC BALED RECYCLABLE MATERIALS                        Do Not Accept
Town Recycling Bin & Lids                               $10.00 per set
Additional Copies of Weight Tickets
(requested by customers)                                $1.00/dollar per ticket copy
Town of Colonie Leaf and Yard Waste Sticker             1 for $0.50
A $1.00 per ton tipping fee surcharge has been included in all of the Solid Waste Management
Facilities Fee waste disposal rates to fund a Capital Property Acquisition Fund.
Wastes not specifically covered by this fee schedule shall be permitted to be placed in the
Town of Colonie Sanitary Landfill or the Town of Colonie Solid Waste Management
Facility at a rate to be determined by the Supervisor of the Town of Colonie, upon
                                    January 21, 2010
discussion with the Director of Environmental Services Division of the Department of
Public Works. Nothing herein, however, shall be construed to allow the disposal of any
waste not permitted pursuant to the permits applicable to such facilities. Any documents
pertinent to obtaining such wastes, or the placement thereof, may be executed by the
Supervisor or the Director of Environmental Services, if the Supervisor so designates.
The Town will accept for reuse and may provide Styrofoam packaging materials to
Recycling Facility Customers on a first come- first serve basis at no charge.
Hard covered books and household batteries are not designated as recyclable materials and
shall be disposed of as wastes effective 1/1/2010.
In the event of an emergency where the Landfill Scale Computer or Scale is inoperable,
Town will implement the following Rate Schedule:
Residential Car: $3.00 - $5.00 - $10.00 - $15.00 - $20.00
Residential Pickup Truck or Light Trailer - $5.00 - $10.00 - $15.00 - $20.00
Rack Body Trucks -           Small – 800 lb.
                             Medium – 1,660 lb.
                             Large – 2,720 lb.
Box Van Trucks -             Small – 1,000 lb.
                             Medium – 2,020 lb.
                             Large – 3,220 lb.
Dump Trucks -                Small – 2,100 lb.
                             Medium – 3,000 lb.
                             Large – 4,500 lb.
Compactor Box Closed -       Light – 13,500 lb.
                             Heavy – 17,500 lb.
Compactor Rear Loader -      Extra Small – 3,500 lb.
                             Small – 11,600 lb.
                             Large – 14,680 lb.
Open Top Roll Off     -      10 cubic yard or less – Heavy – 3,000 lb.
                             10 cubic yard or less – Light – 2,000 lb.
                             20 cubic yard – Heavy – 4,100 lb.
                             20 cubic yard – Light – 2,800 lb.
                             30 cubic yard – Heavy – 12,800 lb.
                             30 cubic yard – Light – 8,960 lb.
                             40 cubic yard – Heavy – 19,000 lb.
                             40 cubic yard – Light – 12,000 lb.
                             50 cubic yard and over – Heavy –
                             50 cubic yard and over – Light –

Not for Profit, Contractor and Special Rate Conversion
City of Troy          – Open Top Truck      - 634/150 – 3,240 lbs.
                                            - 634/154 – 3,560 lbs.
                      - Compactor Truck     - 634/1 – 11,860 lb.
                                            - 634/2 – 16,620 lb.
                                            - 634/3 – 11,280 lb.
                                            - 634/4 – 11,500 lb.
                                             - 634/5 – 11,760 lb.
                                            - 634/7 – 9,040 lb.
                                            - 634/8 – 12,440 lb.
                                             - 634/9 – 13,620 lb.
                                            - 634/10 – 8,880 lb.
                                            - 634/11 – 10,500 lb.
                                            - 634/12 – 8,260 lb.
                      - Troy Housing     - 306/4 – 920 lb.
                                         - 306/6 – 1,780 lb.
                                          - 306/7 – 1,660 lb.
Bonded Newspaper Roll Off Box – 24,960 lb.
Compartmental Recycling Trucks - 1,000 lb. - $0.00
                                       January 21, 2010
Highway Roll Off Box – 7,980 lb.
NYS Dept. of Transportation Trucks – 1,100 lb. – $11.00
Pure Waters Large Dump Truck – Sludge – 50,140 lb.
Schapp Moving Tractor Trailer – 6,380 lb. - $207.35
St. Colmans Home Rack Truck – 1,140 lb. - $11.40
J. Kent – Rear End Compactor – Yellow – 22,940 lb. - $630.85
Constantine Sand Trucks – 50,480 lb.
Waste Management – Roll Off Box – G.E. Sludge – 26,560 lb.
UNIT PRICES
Used Tires -   $1.50 per tire
Metal Appliances - $3.00 per unit
20 lb. Propane Tank - $3.00 per unit
Implementation of the Emergency Weigh System will be undertaken under the direct
supervision of the Director of the Division of Environmental Services and/or Weigh
Station Attendant. If modification of the Emergency Weigh System is needed, the Director
of the Division of Environmental Services shall request prior approval of the Town
Supervisor for all changes, additions or amendments to this system.
                                         EXHIBIT A
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                           RESOLUTION NO. 159 FOR 2010
       Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the General Services Director to advertise for
       bids for the purchase of 50 cubic yards of in place concrete for various
       DPW/Division of Environmental projects in 2010.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the General Services Director be, and hereby is, authorized
to advertise for bids for the purchase of 50 cubic yards of in place concrete for various
DPW/Division of Environmental projects in 2010.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Murphy and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                           RESOLUTION NO. 160 FOR 2010
       Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the General Services Director to advertise for
       bids in connection with the purchase of roll off containers for use at the
       residential recycling and waste transfer station operations for the
       DPW/ Environmental Services Division and authorizing the sale of
       surplus old roll off containers for recycling.
        BE IT RESOLVED that the General Services Director be, and hereby is, authorized
to advertise for bids in connection with the purchase of a maximum of three (3) roll off
containers for use at the residential recycling and waste transfer station operations for the
DPW/ Environmental Services Division and authorizing the sale of up to five (5) surplus
old roll off containers for recycling.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Dustin and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                           RESOLUTION NO. 161 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Murphy offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution calling a public hearing in connection with a proposed local
       law amending Chapter 97 of the Code of the Town of Colonie, thereof,
       entitled “Fire Lanes”.
                                       January 21, 2010
       BE IT RESOLVED that a public hearing be, and it hereby is, scheduled for
February 11, 2010 at 7:00 PM in Memorial Town Hall in connection with a proposed local
law amending Chapter 97 of the Code of the Town of Colonie, thereof, entitled “Fire
Lanes” for the purpose of establishing fire lanes at 100 Forest Drive, presently known as
Forest Park Elementary School; 100 Hackett Avenue, presently known as Colonie Central
High School; 25 Veeder Drive, presently known as Veeder Elementary School; 100
California Avenue, presently known as Roesselville Elementary School; 329 Sand Creek
Road, presently known as Sand Creek Middle School; 102 Loralee Drive, presently known
as Saddlewood Elementary School; and 512 Albany Shaker Road, presently known as
Shaker Elementary School.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                              RESOLUTION NO. 162 FOR 2010
           Councilwoman Hernandez offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
           Resolution authorizing settlement or discontinuance, subject to judicial
           approval of the same, pursuant to §68 of the Town Law, of various tax
           certiorari proceedings.
       WHEREAS, it has been tentatively agreed by the parties to reduce the assessment
on the properties, in the amounts set forth below, or the Petitioner(s) has agreed to
discontinue the proceeding(s) without cost to either party, as indicated below:
                                               Present                      Corrected
           Property/Address                    Assessment                   Assessment
           BFS Retail & Commercial Operations, LLC (P# 100722)
           (Firestone)
           Index No. 5928-09
           200 Broadway                     $460,000                        $425,000
       THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that settlement or discontinuance, pursuant to
§68 of Town Law, of the above listed tax certiorari proceedings be, and it hereby is,
authorized, subject to judicial approval.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                              RESOLUTION NO. 163 FOR 2010
           Councilman Dustin offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
           Resolution appointing a Marriage Officer pursuant to §11-c of the
           Domestic Relations Law.
       WHEREAS, §11-c of Domestic Relations Law permits the Town Board to appoint
marriage officers who shall have the authority to solemnize marriages within the Town of
Colonie; and
           WHEREAS, Frank J. Mauriello has expressed a desire to be appointed as marriage
officer;
       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Frank J. Mauriello be, and hereby
is, appointed pursuant to Domestic Relations Law §11-c to serve as Marriage Officer,
without compensation from the Town of Colonie, for a two (2) year term.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll, the
following vote resulted:
                  Supervisor           Paula A. Mahan               Nay
                  Councilwoman         Nancy R. Hernandez           Nay
                                       Linda J. Murphy              Nay
                  Councilmen           Robert D. Becker             Aye
                                       Daniel J. Dustin             Aye
                                       Daniel A. Hornick            Nay
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                              RESOLUTION NO. 164 FOR 2010
                                   January 21, 2010
       Councilwoman Hernandez offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to execute a Professional
       Services Agreement with S.Y. Kim Surveyors for Townwide Surveying
       Services for 2010.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to execute a
Professional Services Agreement with S.Y. Kim Surveyors for Townwide Surveying
Services for 2010; and
       BE IT RESOLVED, that the agreement shall be for the period of January 1, 2010 to
December 31, 2010 and the fees for the services under this agreement shall not exceed
$35,000.00;
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to
execute an agreement for the same; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that departments shall first obtain the written
consent of the Town Comptroller; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to the review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s Office.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Murphy and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 165 FOR 2010
       Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to execute an agreement with the
       Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society for animal shelter services
       for the year 2010.
       WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 52 of 2009, the Town authorized the
Supervisor to execute an agreement with the Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society
for providing animal shelter services pursuant to the Agriculture and Markets Law and
authorizing the renewal of the agreement for one additional one year period upon mutual
consent of the parties;
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to
execute a renewal agreement for the same; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to the review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s Office.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Dustin and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 166 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Murphy offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to execute an agreement with
       Latham Animal Hospital for animal shelter services for the year 2010.
       WHEREAS, pursuant to a Resolution approved by the Town Board on January 8,
2009, the Town authorized the Supervisor to execute an agreement with the Latham
Animal Hospital for providing animal shelter services pursuant to the Agriculture and
Markets Law and authorizing the renewal of the agreement for one additional one year
period upon mutual consent of the parties;
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to
execute a renewal agreement for the same; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to the review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s Office.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Dustin and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 167 FOR 2010
                                    January 21, 2010
       Councilman Becker offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution for the Town Board to approve a budget modification to the
       Town Wide budget to include the Town Band Librarian position in
       Parks and Recreation.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board approves the following budget
modification to the Town Wide budget to transfer funds within the Parks and Recreation
Department budgets to provide for the Town Band Librarian as follows:
Other Outside services (Band) increase       01-6E-E62-7270-445         $1,200
Phone (Recreation) decrease                  01-6E-E62-7020-421         $1,200
        The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Hernandez and, upon roll call,
it was unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 168 FOR 2010
       Supervisor Mahan offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution for the Town Board to approve a budget modification to the
       Town Outside Village budget to include the Planning Projects
       Coordinator position in PEDD.
       BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board approves the following budget
modification to the Town Outside of Village budget to transfer funds from PEDD and
Civil Service to include the Planning Projects Coordinator position in PEDD as follows:
Personal Services (PEDD) increase            02-7E-E71-8020-110         $45,100
Personal Services (Civil Service) decrease   02-1E-E16-1435-110         $20,100
Engineering Fees (PEDD) decrease             02-7E-E71-8020-452         $25,000
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Murphy and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 169 FOR 2010
       Supervisor Mahan offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to execute an agreement with
       Keilen’s Body Shop to provide towing and storage services for the year
       2010.
       WHEREAS, the Town is desirous of contracting with Keilen’s Body Shop to
provide towing and storage services upon the request for all police ordered tows; and
        WHEREAS, the Keilen’s Body Shop shall collect a towing fee not to exceed
$175.00 and may collect a storage fee no more than $45.00 per day from the party entitled
to repossession of the vehicle;
       BE IT RESOLVED, that the agreement with Keilen’s Body Shop will be for the
period of January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010 are hereby authorized; and
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is, authorized to
execute the agreement for same;
       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that such agreement is subject to the review and
approval of the Town Attorney’s Office.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Dustin and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 170 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Hernandez offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution rescinding Resolution No. 10 of 2010 and adopting a new
       resolution provisionally appointing Michael Tengeler as Planning
       Projects Coordinator in the Planning & Economic Development
       Department.
                                   January 21, 2010
        BE IT RESOLVED that Michael Tengeler be, and hereby is, provisionally
appointed as Planning Projects Coordinator in the Planning & Economic Development
Department, effective February 1, 2010, at an annual salary of $45,065.00, pending
establishment of appropriate eligible list.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 171 FOR 2010
       Councilman Becker offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution rescinding Resolution No. 634 of 2009 and adopting a new
       schedule designating holidays for Town of Colonie employees.
       WHEREAS, the Human Resources Department inadvertently omitted December
31, 2010 as a holiday on Resolution No. 634 of 2009;
       THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED the holidays for Town of Colonie employees
for 2010 shall be observed as set forth below.
               January 1             Friday            New Year’s Day
               January 18            Monday            Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday
               February 15           Monday            Presidents’ Day
               May 31                Monday            Memorial Day
               July 5                Monday            Independence Day
               September 6           Monday            Labor Day
               October 11            Monday            Columbus Day
               November 2            Tuesday           Election Day
               November 11           Thursday          Veterans’ Day
               November 25           Thursday          Thanksgiving
               November 26           Friday            Day After Thanksgiving
               December 24           Friday            Christmas
               December 31           Friday            New Year’s Eve
        The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Hernandez and, upon roll call,
it was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 172 FOR 2010
       Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to execute all necessary
       documents in connection with the New York State Archives Local
       Government Records Management Improvement Fund Grant.
       WHEREAS, the Town of Colonie Assessor’s Office wishes to modernize its
assessment card records by converting paper records to digital images and by purchasing
database software for entering, retrieving and making accessible assessment information;
and
      WHEREAS, the conversion to digital images and the purchase of database software
would be fully funded by the New York State Archives Local Government Records
Management Improvement Fund Grant;
       THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Supervisor be, and hereby is,
authorized to execute all necessary documents in connection with the New York State
Archives Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund Grant.
       The resolution was duly seconded by Councilwoman Murphy and, upon roll call, it
was unanimously adopted.
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                         RESOLUTION NO. 173 FOR 2010
       Councilwoman Hernandez offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution authorizing acceptance of a proposal from the Ten Eyck
       Group Insurance Agents to provide Medical Care Errors and
                                   January 21, 2010
       Omissions Liability Coverage for the EMS Department and Computer
       Equipment property coverage.
       WHEREAS, a proposal has been received from the Ten Eyck Group Insurance
Agents to provide the Town of Colonie with Medical Care Errors and Omissions Liability
Coverage for the EMS Department and for Computer Equipment property coverage from
February 7, 2010 until February 7, 2011;
        BE IT RESOLVED that the proposal be and hereby is accepted and expenditure of
funds in connection therewith be, and hereby is, authorized.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.
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                          RESOLUTION NO. 174 FOR 2010
       Councilman Hornick offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:
       Resolution reappointing Bradley J. Roy as a member to the Sign
       Review Board.
        BE IT RESOLVED that Bradley J. Roy be, and hereby is, reappointed as a member
of the Sign Review Board for a five (5) year term to expire on December 31, 2014.
      The resolution was duly seconded by Councilman Becker and, upon roll call, it was
unanimously adopted.


Respectfully submitted,
Elizabeth A. DelTorto
Colonie Town Clerk

				
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