Just a reminder, Town Hall is closed on Monday for the Columbus Day holiday. There is an interview scheduled for 6:45pm on Wednesday and our next Town Council meeting will follow beginning at 7:00pm.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Lorraine's office has prepared the minutes from the September 26th Regular and the September 27th Special BOE meetings for consideration and approval.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
This is for those that wish to address the Town Council but do not plan on staying for the whole meeting. There is a note to the public on the agenda to please keep their comments to a maximum of 5 minutes. This allows ample time for all whom wish to speak and keeps the meeting moving forward. The public can speak on any matter.
COUNCIL & MANAGER REPORTS
1. The Best Practices Worksheet – CFO Dawn Babcock will give an overview.
2. Water/Sewer Rates – Tom Ferry will be on hand to review and discuss.
3. Water/Sewer Connection Fees – Tom Ferry will be on hand to review and discuss.
Supporting documents on the above have been shared with you on the Google Drive.
There is one ordinance for public hearing and adoption:
Ordinance 2016-13 will amend the current parking rates as discussed at the September 14th meeting.
Resolution #160-2016* will approve the fireworks display for the Festival of Lights at the hospital on November 12th.
Resolution #161-2016* will concur with the appointment of two Crossing Guards for the school year.
Resolution #162-2016* will authorize the auctioning of certain items of surplus which are no longer needed.
Resolution #163-2016* will authorize bills and vouchers for payment.
Resolution #164-2016* will ratify and affirm the issuance of bonds.
Resolution #165-2016* will authorize the paving of the ShopRite parking lot after hours. This request is made by KLAE Construction to allow work overnight as our noise ordinance prohibits same.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
COUNCIL & MANAGER COMMENTS
Resolution #166-2016 will authorize entering into closed session for two topics:
1. Attorney-Client Privilege
2. Town Manager’s Performance Review
THE WEEK IN REVIEW
Morris Lake is 45 inches below spillway. Water restrictions are still in place.
Work continues with KKMPR on the new “Opening a New Business” marketing brochure.
The RPM groundbreaking ceremony was well attended this week – we wish everyone the best of luck on this most important downtown project!
The Town has been advised by Schifano Construction that milling and paving will begin around the Square starting Monday evening.
Crews will be mobilizing on Monday-Wednesday for the Fox Hollow watermain project with work to commence on Thursday.
Have a great weekend! Let’s Go Rangers!
Yours in Service,