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TOWN OF NIAGARA TOWN BOARD MEETING Tuesday, July 18, 2017 6:30 PM Town of Niagara Town Hall 7105 Lockport Rd. Niagara Falls, NY 14305 WORK SESSIONS Wednesday, July 12, 2017 @ 6:30 pm
PUBLIC HEARINGS A phone poll was conducted on Friday, June 30, 2017 at 2pm to call for a Public Hearing on July 12, 2017 @ 6:30pm. Supervisor Wallace, Councilmen Carpenter, Sirianni, Gatto and Teixeira all agreed this was acceptable. 1.
Authorize submission of Community Development Block Grant application for the Belden Center Phase II Storm Sewer Reconstruction Project to the New York State Office of Homes and Community Renewal in an amount not to exceed $750,000.
OPEN MEETING (Pledge, Prayer, Obituaries, Roll Call) PRIVILEGE OF THE FLOOR (Announce changes to agenda, if any) (§50-3 Privilege of the floor. Only members of the public sector are allowed to speak at this time and may address any agenda or non-agenda item. (Combined time period is three minutes)
ACTION ON PUBLIC HEARING 1. Resolution to Authorize submission of Community Development Block Grant application for the Belden Center Phase II Storm Sewer Reconstruction Project to the New York State Office of Homes and Community Renewal in an amount not to exceed $750,000. (Attached)
APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Town Board Meeting of June 20, 2017 PAYMENT OF BILLS General Fund prepay vouchers [A] General Fund vouchers [A] Sewer Fund prepay vouchers [G] Sewer Fund vouchers [G] Water Fund vouchers [F] Water Fund vouchers prepay [F]
Highway Fund vouchers [DA] Highway Fund prepay vouchers [DA] Fire Protection prepay vouchers [SF] Fire Protection [SF] Street Lighting prepay vouchers [SL] Trust & Agency Pre-Pay vouchers [TA] Trust &Agency vouchers [TA] $ Capital Projects prepay vouchers [H] Capital Projects vouchers [H] AGENDA 1.
Resolution to declare a negative declaration on the SEQR for the minor subdivision of 8521 Porter Road, Tax Map No. 146.13-1-1.2. (Haseley)
Resolution to approve the final site plan for the minor subdivision of 8521 Porter Road (Niagara Villas), Tax Map No. 146.13-1-1.2. (Haseley)
Discussion on junkyard operated by David B. Matiasz in violation of Town and New York State Codes. (Wallace)
Discussion with Mr. Emery Simon regarding his plans for the structure located at the corner of Hyde park Blvd. and Rhode Island Avenue. (Wallace)
Resolution in support of - A6505 / S4630 - Relates to prohibiting the collocation of certain children's facilities with adult facilities in Erie County. (Wallace) (attached)
Resolution to approve a 6 month leave of absence for Police Officer FT Charanjot Tiwana effective 7//17/2017. (Suitor)
Resolution to accept the resignation of Scott Suitor PT Police Officer effective June 30, 2017. (Suitor)
Discussion/Resolution to adapt a new Town of Niagara Disciplinary Actions, Suspension and Dismissal Policy effective August 1, 2017. (Wallace)
Discussion/Resolution to name the entrance to Veterans Memorial Park after Joseph Rotella. (Wallace)
Resolution to approve the contract with Keller Group for NYMIR Insurance renewal in the amount of $119,41.14 August 1, 2017. (Wallace)
Resolution to approve the request of Carol Jardine, President of U.S. Address (Niagara) Inc. for a special permit to store overflow seasonal product on the exterior of the premise in a sea canister from 10/9/2017 to 2/23/2018 located at 3909 Witmer Road, tax Map # 131.09-2-3-2. (Haseley)
Resolution to approve Supervisor Wallace and Recreation Director Jon Haseley to attend the National Parks and Recreation Conference and Expo in New Orleans from Monday September 25th through Wednesday September 27th, 2017. (Wallace)
Resolution to approve and allow the Supervisor to sign the term sheet submitted by Reger Holdings for the redevelopment of the Army Reserve Site on Porter Road. (Wallace)
Resolution to approve the request of Charles Harvey of Monsters New and Used Tires, to modify existing special use permit to include vehicle sales from 3319 Hyde Park Blvd. Tax Map #130.82-1-46. (Haseley)
Resolution to approve the final site plan request of Advanced Design Group and Niagara Regional Development, LLC to construct a self -storage facility located at 10145 Lockport Road, Tax Map No. 132.19-1-9.2. (Haseley)
Resolution to declare a negative declaration on the SEQR for the request of Advanced Design Group and Niagara Regional Development, LLC to construct a self- storage facility located at 10145 Lockport Road, Tax Map No. 132.19-1-9.2. (Haseley)
TABLED COMMENTS ADJOURNMENT
THE MONTHLY AGENDA IS ON THE TOWN WEBSITE www.townofniagara.com
LAKEFEST July 22, 2017 Veteran’s Memorial Community Park 3pm-10pm Tickets available at Town Clerk’s Office
CERTIFIED RESOLUTION OF SUPPORT - A6505 / S4630 - Relates to prohibiting the collocation of certain children's facilities with adult facilities in Erie County. WHEREAS: The Western New York Children's Psychiatric Center opened in West Seneca in 1970. The center takes seriously emotionally disturbed children between the ages of 4 to 18 years old from 19 Western New York counties. The 19 different counties in New York State include: Allegany, Cattaraugus, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chemung, Erie, Genesee, Herkimer, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Ontario, Orange, Orleans, Oswego, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates; and WHEREAS: Despite the significant volume from these 19 counties the Western New York Children's Psychiatric Center has the lowest 30 day and 90 day reinstatement or re-institutionalization rate of any facility in New York State. The costs of long term hospitalization and institutionalization are drastically reduced and eliminated when the readmission rates are low; and WHEREAS: Governor Cuomo in his 2017 Budget proposed that the West Seneca Children’s Psychiatric Center be moved to the Buffalo Psychiatric Center, an adult facility and campus. Moving these children into an adult setting would not be therapeutically beneficial and may in fact be detrimental to the psyches of many of these children; and WHEREAS: The medicinal and therapeutic benefits of treating and counseling children with mental illnesses in both rural and school settings have been documented in many medical journals and academic papers. The Governor’s proposal to place these children in a lock down facility with adults runs counter to science, logic and common sense; and WHEREAS: The New York State Assembly and Senate unanimously passed A6505 / S4630 which prohibit the collocation of certain children's facilities with adult facilities in Erie County; and WHEREAS: Governor Cuomo needs to sign this bill and save WNY Children’s Psychiatric Center in West Seneca. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: The Town of Niagara Town Board supports the passage of the above bills in the New York State Legislature and also strongly encourages Governor Cuomo to immediately sign this necessary legislation into law.
RESOLUTION - TOWN OF NIAGARA Authorize submission of Community Development Block Grant application for the Belden Center Phase II Storm Sewer Reconstruction Project to the New York State Office of Homes and Community Renewal in an amount not to exceed $750,000. WHEREAS, the Town of Niagara wishes to perform improvements and repairs to the storm water drainage system in the Belden Center neighborhood, and WHEREAS, the New York State Office of Homes and Community Renewal provides Community Development Block Grant funding to municipalities to perform public infrastructure improvements, and WHEREAS, to obtain grant funding from the New York State Office of Homes and Community Renewal, a Public Hearing must be held by the Town and an application for funding must be submitted by the Town, and WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the Town to obtain New York State grant funding to pay for the cost of these public improvements, it is hereby RESOLVED, that the Town Board will conduct a public hearing on the proposed grant application on July 12, 2017 at 6:30 p.m., in Town Hall, and it is further RESOLVED, that the Town Clerk is hereby directed to publish such notices of the public hearing as are required by New York State regulations, and it is further RESOLVED, that the Town Supervisor is hereby authorized and directed to file an application for funds from the New York State Office of Homes and Community Renewal, in an amount an amount not to exceed $750,000.00 and upon approval of said request to enter into and execute a project agreement with the State of New York for such financial assistance to the Town of Niagara and to provide the balance of monies required for the proposed public infrastructure improvements in the Belden Center community.