June 14, 2004
Town Board Minutes
Oswego Town Hall
Supervisor: Victoria M. Mullen
Town Board Members: Tim DeSacia, Margaret Mahaney,
Carol Pritchard, Greg Herrmann
meeting of the Oswego Town Board was held on June 14, 2004 at the Oswego
Town Hall. Supervisor Mullen called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM with
the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was taken with the following members
Supervisor's Report: The Teamsters have contacted me; it is that time to start negotiations for the Highway contract I have a tentative date of June 30th to begin.
Tonight we are signing with BARDAN’S to complete our part of the addition to the fire station.
Mary Walkers gravesite has been fixed, thanks to the Coopers, Hogan’s, and Mr. Mullen for all their efforts.
The church next door contacted us about storing their chicken cooker on the back corner of the lot; I have a letter from them holding the town harmless if anything should happen.
Some of us met with members of the zoning board and heard their concerns about our zoning laws. We are in the process of completing the comprehensive plan and will meet again when that is completed.
We are having a public hearing on the sale of town properties that can go back on the tax rolls in July.
I have received the asbestos’s survey from B&L and will make copies for the board members.
The town assessors received a 100 assessment values of properties in the town and we are pleased at their continued good work!
We will be meeting in Executive session after tonight’s meeting, no actions will be taken, and the purpose is contract negotiations.
Public Comment: Highway Superintendent Carter gave a report about his highway training school, many new changes coming on soil and water, permits will be needed for any land disturbance of more than an acre. Highway worker Darlene Galvin is back to work maybe having further surgery. Questions were asked about the sale of town property and how much land is on the Engles property. Has the Southwest Community Center been appraised? Mr. Carter is meeting with Barrett paving to see if they would donate paving for the new addition to the fire station. They do this kind of donations. Board members Pritchard and Mahaney asked if the Fire Department was having any special event on July 1st? Supervisor Mullen gave them a plaque at their regular meeting.
Resolution 2004- 61 Be it resolved that the Oswego Town Board approves the minutes form the May 10, 2004 board meeting. Moved by Councilor Pritchard and seconded by Councilor Mahaney. All ayes motion carried.
Resolution 2004- 62 Be it resolved that the Oswego Town Board authorizes the following budget modifications:
From A1355.4 (assessment contractual) to A 11355.11 (assessment board of review contractual) in the amount of $7.00
From A1220.4 (supervisor contractual) to A1410.4 (town clerk’s contractual) in the amount of $391.42.
From A1990.4 (contingent account) to A1440.4 (engineer contractual)
in the amount of $200.00
From A1990.4 (contingent account) to A8010.4 (planning contractual)
in the amount of $1,082.85
From A1990.4 (contingent account) to A8020.4 (zoning contractual)
in the amount of $1,208.15
Moved by Councilor Herrmann and seconded by Councilor Mahaney. All ayes motion carried.
Resolution 2004- 63 Be it resolved that the Oswego Town Board approves the bills on abstract 6.
Resolution 2004- 64 Be it resolved that the Oswego Town Board authorizes the supervisor to sign the contract with BARDAN for the construction of the justice center at the Fire Station at a cost of $17,800.00. Moved by Councilor Pritchard and seconded by Supervisor Mullen. 4 ayes, 1 abstain
DeSacia, Mahaney, Mullen, Pritchard aye, Herrmann abstain.
Resolution 2004- 65 Be it resolved that the Oswego Town Board holds a public hearing on July 12, 2004 at 7:05 PM to hear all interested parties for or against the sale of town property on St. Rt. 104, 163.16-01-06 & 163.16-01.07 and Engles Road 200.00-01-04.2. Moved by Councilor DeSacia and seconded by Councilor Herrmann. All ayes motion carried.
Resolution 2004- 66 Motion by Supervisor Mullen and seconded by Councilor Pritchard to move into executive session at 7:15 PM to discuss union negotiations. All ayes motion carried.
Resolution 2004- 67 Motion by Supervisor Mullen and seconded by Councilor Mahaney to resume the regular meeting at 8:00 PM. All ayes motion carried.
Motion by Councilor Mahaney and seconded by Councilor DeSacia to close the regular meeting of the Oswego Town Board at 8:01 PM.
Theresa A. Cooper, RMC