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Town of St Armands Board Meetings

REGULAR BOARD MEETING
May 14, 2013

A Regular Board meeting of the Town Board of St. Armand was held on the above date at the Town Hall, Bloomingdale, NY.

This meeting was advertised in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise.

PRESENT:

Town Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr., Deputy Supervisor Samuel A. Grimone, Councilperson Donald Amell, Councilperson Jennifer Fuller, Councilperson Earl J. Dakin, Town Clerk Davina Thurston, Supervisor's Clerk Connie Willette, Highway Superintendent Roger Oliver, Water Superintendent Jeff Cotter, Assessor Donna Bramer, Code Enforcement Officer Robert Drosdowich

GUESTS:

Sandy Hayes, Bucky Willette, Patrick Finnegan, Alexandra Gill

Notice was sent to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise regarding this meeting.

Town Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr. called the board meeting to order at 6:38 p.m.

Councilperson Donald Amell led the Pledge of Allegiance.

DONNA BRAMER - PRESENTATION OF SENIOR AGED EXEMPTION

Assessor Donna Bramer spoke to the Board regarding the current income limits for the Senior Aged Exemption currently in place for the Town of St. Armand. The current income limit is $9,000.00. Donna provided the Board with information regarding other Town, County and Village senior income limits. St. Armand has the lowest limit, with the average limit being $25,000.00. Donna explained to the Board that this is far too low to assist our elderly community members and recommended the Board raise the exemption to $25,000.00. After discussion, the Board agreed to raise the exemption to $25,000.00. It was decided that a resolution will be passed during the June Board meeting to reflect this.

WATER DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT

Water Superintendent Jeff Cotter presented the Board with the following report:

1. On 4/11/13 Larry Snyder reported that there was a water leak at Decker's Trailer Park. The water leak was repaired from under the affected trailer.

2. On 4/11/13 I test ran both the Well Field and the Pump House generators.

3. On 4/16/13 I issued approximately 25 "Final Notices" to customers who did not pay their water bills. Everyone eventually made arrangements with Davina to pay what they owed.

4. On 4/23/13 I shut off water to 6 Academy Way due to the lack of payment and lack of effort to make arrangements to pay the water bill.

5. On 4/24/13 I turned 6 Academy Way back on. Arrangements were made to pay the bill.

6. On 4/23/13 I began increasing the well field pump run times. I began seeing signs of the wells not producing what they should be (similar to last summer during the drought). The pumps are running longer and producing less.

7. On 4/23/13 I took a required Coliform sample from the Highway Dept. Garage. The sample came back negative.

8. On 4/26/13 I spoke with Charlie about a reported water line leak at Rock Ledge in Saranac Lake. Apparently, John Sweeny claims that it's the Town of St. Armand's responsibility to repair. Charlie and I disagree.

9. On 5/1/13 Ward Pratt reported a water leak under his trailer. I assisted him and his plumber in making the repair.

10. On 5/6/13 I began the project to cap the original deep well located in the Pump House. We had to remove the well pump from the well casing. We had to open up the Pump House roof to enable us to pull the pump out of the casing.

11. On 5/7/13 we successfully capped the original deep well with 100 feet of Number Two stone and 200 feet of concrete. Since the capping, I have verified that we are now saving 10,000 gallons of water per day. This water was leaking into the original well casing.

12. During the three day project of capping the well, the public was asked to conserve water and they did an outstanding job in doing so....thank you to the people of the Town of St. Armand for their help!

Projects that need consideration in the near future:

• Attempt to restore well #1 in the well field. For unknown reasons, this well was abandoned years ago. The well originally produced 18 gallons of water per minute. This is an artesian well.

• Continue to repair broken water main shutoffs on Main Street.

• Have the Stand Pipe internally inspected as recommended by the Health Department.

Discussion ensued regarding the need to restore well #1 and the need for the floor in the shed to be installed. Both of these items should be taken care of as soon as possible. Sandy Hayes asked Jeff if replacing the water line to Tug Duffy's property on Main Street was on the list of items to be repaired. Jeff assured Sandy that it was, and they would get together regarding where the line would be placed.

REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MINUTES

Supervisor Whitson asked the Board for approval of April 9, 2013 and May 9, 2013 Board Meeting Minutes. Motion to approve was made by Councilperson Dakin, duly seconded by Councilperson Amell. All in favor. Motion carried.

PAYMENT OF MONTHLY BILLS

Supervisor Whitson asked the Board for a motion to approve payment of the monthly bills. Councilperson Fuller made the motion. Deputy Supervisor Grimone seconded the motion. All were in favor. Motion carried.

SUPERVISOR REPORT

Supervisor Whitson supplied the board with a copy of his monthly report, which is on file for review with the Town Clerk. A motion was made by Councilperson Dakin to accept the Supervisor's Monthly Report. Motion was duly seconded by Deputy Supervisor Grimone. All were in favor. Motion carried.

RESOLUTION 29 of 2013 - Naming of "Veterans Memorial Park" Deputy Supervisor Grimone, who moved its adoption, offered the following resolution.

WHEREAS A Resolution of the St. Armand Town Board is hereby made officially naming the Town Property located adjacent to the Bloomingdale Methodist Church, and

WHEREAS the Town of St. Armand Board agrees an appropriate name for the park to be "Veterans Memorial Park" and

NOW AND THEREFORE, LET IT BE RESOLVED that the Town of St. Armand Board does hereby agree that the property shall henceforth be named and known to all as: "Veterans Memorial Park"

Councilpersons Fuller duly seconded this resolution, and adopted by roll call vote as follows:

Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr. AYE

Deputy Supervisor Samuel A. Grimone AYE

Councilperson Earl J. Dakin, Jr. AYE

Councilperson Donald Amell AYE

Councilperson Jennifer L. Fuller AYE

RESOLUTION 30 of 2013 - Standard Work Day and Reporting Councilperson Grimone, who moved its adoption, offered the following resolution:

WHEREAS A Resolution of the Town Board of the Town of St. Armand approve the Standard Work Day and Reporting figures for the New York State Retirement System.

Standard Work Day and Reporting Resolution

BE IT RESLOVED, that the Town of St. Armand hereby establishes the following standard work days for elected and appointed officials and will report the following days worked to the New York State and Local Employees' Retirement System based on the time keeping system records or the record of activities maintained and submitted by these officials to the supervisor of this body:

Elected Officials Name Standard Work Day (Hrs/Day) Term Begins/Ends Participates in Employer's Time Keeping System (Y/N) Days/Month (Based on Record of Activities)
Town Clerk, Water & Sewer, Billing Clerk Davina Thurston 6 9/28/12-12/31/13 N 17.06
Town Justice Sheridan Swinyer 6 1/1/10-12/31/13 N 14.45
Appointed Officials - - - - -
Highway Superintendent Roger Oliver 8 1/1/10-12/31/13 N 23.4
Assessor Donna Bramer 6 10/1/07-9/30/13 N 8.45
Code Enforcement Officer Robert Drosdowich 6 4/1/10-12/31/13 N 7

I, Davina M. Thurston, Town Clerk of the governing board of the Town of St. Armand, of the State of New York, Do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing with the original resolution passed by such board, at a legally convened meeting, and that same is a true copy thereof and the whole of such original.

I further certify that the full board consists of __5__ members, and that __5___ of such members were present at such meeting and _5___ of such members voted in favor of the resolution.

Councilperson Fuller duly seconded this resolution, and adopted by roll call vote as follows:

Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr. AYE

Deputy Supervisor Samuel A. Grimone AYE

Councilperson Earl J. Dakin, Jr. AYE

Councilperson Donald Amell AYE

Councilperson Jennifer L. Fuller AYE

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here unto Set my hand and the seal of the Town of St. Armand

RESOLUTION 31 of 2013 - Municipal Resolution endorsing filing of application and securing adequate funding from the NCREDC- North Country Regional Economic Development Council Councilperson Amell, who moved its adoption, offered the following resolution.

WHEREAS A Resolution of the St. Armand Town Board is hereby endorsing filing an application for the NCREDC - North Country Regional Economic Development Council - Municipal Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Fund to secure adequate funding, and upon approval of this nomination form, a full ESD Consolidated Funding Application (CFA) for North Country Infrastructure Fund will be completed when and if selected to do so by NCREDC, and

THEREFORE, LET IT BE RESOLVED, that the Town of St. Armand does hereby endorse the filing of the application for funding.

Councilperson Dakin duly seconded this resolution, and adopted as follows:

Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr. AYE

Deputy Supervisor Samuel A. Grimone AYE

Councilperson Earl J. Dakin, Jr. AYE

Councilperson Donald Amell AYE

Councilperson Jennifer L. Fuller AYE

COPIES AND FAXES AT THE TOWN HALL

Discussion ensued regarding people coming into the Town Hall to make free copies and send faxes. Many of these people do not reside in St. Armand, and many of the copies have nothing to do with Town or County Business, but are personal in nature. After debate, it was decided that copies would cost $0.25 for each page and sending a fax would cost $1.00 per page. The fee will apply to personal copies or faxes only, and not to copies or faxes that regard Town or County business. These fees would be kept track of by the Town Clerk, and would be reported to the Board monthly on the Town Clerks Monthly Report. They will be posted for accounting purposes for under Miscellaneous Fees.

FLAG AT HALF STAFF ON WEDNESDAY MAY 15, 2013

Supervisor Whitson informed the Board that the Flag would be flown at half-mast on Wednesday, May 15, 2013.

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT

Highway Superintendent Roger Oliver addressed the Board with the following:

1. There were many tires piled up behind the Highway Garage, and they were removed a week or so ago. The cost for removing the tires was $600.00. Essex County gave us a good deal on this.

2. The Highway Department collected a large amount of scrap metal that was around the garage area. This was transported and sold. The Town received $800.00 for the scrap metal.

3. Roger will be taking a drive on the Town roads and reviewing where repairs need to be made. Many roads' are in need of re-shouldering. This will prevent future damage to the roads. The CHIP's money for repairs will be spent on this. The CHIP's money must be spent in 2013 or it will be lost.

4. All cemeteries will be mowed and ready for Memorial Day.

5. Roger asked the Board for permission to repair the wooden bleachers at the ball park, and to switch where the wooden bleachers are with the metal bleachers. After discussion, the Board approved this move and repair.

6. Roger spoke about the water line repair at Rockledge, and now the road must be patched there. Discussion ensued regarding who is responsible for this repair. It was decided that Rogers' crew would make the repair and Charlie would speak with our attorney regarding who is responsible for the cost.

TAX COLLECTOR'S MONTHLY REPORT

Town Clerk Davina Thurston gave the following monthly collection report to the Board:

Spayed & Neutered Dog Licenses: $119.00

Unspayed & Unneutered Dog Licenses: $ 14.00

2 Certified death certificates $ 20.00

TOTAL $153.00

WATER & SEWER MONTHLY REPORT

Water & Sewer Clerk Davina Thurston gave the following report to the Board: Total outstanding water & sewer bills $37,026.95

Davina noted that this quarters water and sewer bills are not due until May 24, 2013. Discussion ensued regarding a water and sewer customer that had not made a payment on his account in over nine months. After much debate, it was decided by the Board that the individual's water would be shut off until payment of $445.59 was paid in full. Discussion ensued regarding water meter assistance for needy citizens. Davina informed the Board that she had received information from USDA Rural Development that provides grants for this type of home repair. Davina has also provided other residence with the information, and gave each Board member a flyer with the details. Councilperson Fuller asked Davina if we could include a note in the next quarters' water bills reminding folks about our leash law and also directing them to our new website for the Town. After discussion it was decided that Davina would include a "ditty" with this information in the next billing cycle.

REVIEW OF SEWER PROJECT

Supervisor Whitson spoke about a recent alarm that went off at the Pump Station this past weekend. The number two pump was clogged. After some minor repairs, completed by Donald, Jeff and Charlie, the clog was removed and the pump began working normally again. Supervisor Whitson informed the Board that he and Davina had a phone conference with Todd and five other members of AES and Nathan Race. The recent letters received from DEC regarding violations were discussed at length. It was decided that more open communication with DEC needs to take place through the Town Attorney Nathan Race. Davina and Charlie will be working closely with AEC and Nathan to make sure we are all on the same page and working together for a successful resolution to the sewer project. Davina will also be working on an updated Regulation of Sewers and Sewage Disposal. The current regulations have not been updated since 5/29/1984. Davina is also going to work on EFC documents needed, present them to Todd at AES for review and then on to Nathan Race for final review.

RESOLUTION 32 of 2013: SERIAL BOND RESOLUTION

TOWN OF ST. ARMAND, ESSEX COUNTY, NEW YORK RELATIVE TO THE PURCHASE OF A 2013 FORD F-550 TRUCK

DATED: MAY 14, 2013

Deputy Supervisor Grimone, who moved its adoption, offered the following resolution:

WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York, has authorized the purchase of 2013 Ford F-550 truck; and

WHEREAS, it will be necessary for the Town of St. Armand to raise funds in the amount of $68,705.50 representing the total cost of the purchase of said item from the proceeds of obligations (serial bonds) to be issued pursuant to the Local Finance Law of the State of New York; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED as follows:

Section 1. The specific object or purpose for which said obligations are to be issued pursuant to this Resolution is to finance the purchase of a 2013 Ford F-550 truck.

Section 2. The maximum cost of such vehicle is the sum of $68,705.50 and the plan for financing such cost is by issuance and sale of Serial Bonds of the Town of St. Armand not to exceed in the aggregate the sum of $68,705.50.

Section 3. The following determinations are hereby made:

(a) The period of probable usefulness of said item is fifteen (15) years.

(b) The subdivision of Paragraph A of Section 11.00 of the Local Finance Law which is applicable under the circumstances is subdivision 28. (c) The proposed maturity of the obligations authorized by this Resolution shall not be in excess of fifteen (15) years.

Section 4. That the Town of St. Armand shall issue its Serial Bonds in a sum not to exceed, in the aggregate, the sum of $68,705.50 to finance the cost of said vehicle in accordance with the financial plan set forth above. Said Serial Bonds shall be dated the 17th day of May, 2013, and the power to fix and determine the exact date of such Serial Bonds is hereby delegated to the Supervisor.

Section 5. Said Bond shall be numbered 1 and shall be of the total aggregate not to exceed the sum of $68,705.50 and shall mature in 2014.

The power to determine the date upon which said installments shall be due and payable and the exact terms, form and content of said bonds is hereby delegated to the Supervisor. Said bonds shall be issued in registered form, without coupons. Payment of interest on said bonds shall be evidenced by a notation thereof on the bonds at the time of payment.

Section 6. The Supervisor is hereby delegated the power to prepare such bonds and to sell such bonds at private sale in accordance with the provisions of Section 63.00 of the Local Finance Law of the State of New York at not less than par and accrued interest and at such sale to fix the interest rate to be borne by such bonds. The Supervisor shall deliver such bonds to the purchaser thereof only against cash or certified or bank check. The proceeds of the sale of said bonds shall be deposited in a special account as required by Section 165.00 of the Local Finance Law. The powers delegated to the Supervisor by this Resolution shall be exercised in conformity with the provisions of the Local Finance Law.

Section 7. The full faith and credit of the Town of St. Armand are pledged to the payment of the principal of said bonds and the interest thereon when due.

Section 8. The Town of St. Armand reserves the right and power to itself to call in and redeem such bonds on any interest payment date prior to the date of their maturity provided, however, that any such redemption of installations remaining unpaid shall be made only in the inverse order of their maturity, or in equal proportionate amounts and shall be otherwise redeemed pursuant to the provisions of Section 53.00 of the Local Finance Law.

Section 9. That such Serial Bonds are a "Qualified tax exempt obligation" and that the Town of Armand shall take the necessary steps to qualify said Serial Bonds as a tax exempt obligation pursuant to the provisions of Section 265 of the Internal Revenue Code as amended, and said bonds shall bear on the face thereof the following notation "this bond is hereby designated as a qualified tax exempt obligation" pursuant to the provisions of Section 265 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended.

Section 10. The aforesaid Serial Bonds shall bear interest at a rate not to exceed 5.0% per annum and the power to fix the dates for the payment of said interest installments is hereby further delegated to the Supervisor. The principal amount of each of said bonds shall be in the sum of $68,705.50.

Section 11. This Resolution shall take effect immediately.

Councilperson Amell duly seconded this resolution, and adopted by roll call vote as follows:

Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr. AYE

Deputy Supervisor Samuel A. Grimone AYE

Councilperson Earl J. Dakin, Jr. AYE

Councilperson Donald Amell AYE

Councilperson Jennifer L. Fuller AYE

RESOLUTION 33 of 2013: BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE RESOLUTION

DATED MAY 14, 2013 FOR THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF A NOTE OF THE TOWN OF ST. ARMAND, ESSEX COUNTY, NEW YORK IN ANTICIPATION OF THE SALE OF SERIAL BONDS NOT TO EXCEED IN AGGREGATE THE SUM OF $68,705.50 INCIDENT TO THE PURCHASE OF A 2013 FORD F-550 TRUCK

Councilperson Amell, who moved its adoption, offered the following resolution:

WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York, has on the 14th day of May, 2013, duly adopted a Resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of serial bonds to the Town of St. Armand in an amount not to exceed in the aggregate the sum of $68,705.50 for the purpose of the purchase of a 2013Ford F-550 truck; and

WHEREAS, there is no Bond Anticipation Note outstanding which has been previously issued in anticipation of the issuance and sale of said Bonds; and

WHEREAS, the Town of St. Armand has duly advertised and solicited bids for this purchase and has awarded the bid to Dejana Truck and Utility Equipment/Bailey Motor Company Ltd., Malone, New York.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Board of the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York, as follows:

Section 1. That a Bond Anticipation Note in the sum not to exceed $68,705.50 shall be issued by the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York, in anticipation of the issuance and sale of serial bonds of the Town of St. Armand in an amount not to exceed, in the aggregate, the sum of $68,705.50 heretofore authorized by Resolution duly adopted by the Town Board of the Town of St. Armand entitled "SERIAL BOND RESOLUTION TOWN OF ST. ARMAND, ESSEX COUNTY, NEW YORK RELATIVE TO THE PURCHASE OF A 2013FORD F-550 TRUCK" dated May 14, 2013, authorizing the issuance and

sale of a serial bond of the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York, in a sum not to exceed, in the aggregate, the sum of $68,705.50 for said purchase; and

Section 2. That said note shall be dated the 17th day of May, 2013, or at such later date as the Supervisor, by her execution thereof, may determine, will bear an interest rate of no greater than 5.0% per

annum payable at maturity; will be payable both as to principal and interest in lawful money of the United States of America at the office of the purchaser of said note, or at such other place as the Supervisor may determine; will be signed in the name of the Town of St. Armand by its Supervisor; and will be sealed with the seal of the Town.

Section 3. Said Bond Anticipation Note shall be such terms, form and content as may be prescribed by the Supervisor and the power to so prescribe the same is hereby delegated to the Supervisor.

Section 4. The full faith and credit of the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York, are hereby irrevocably pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on said Bond Anticipation Note. Said Bond Anticipation Note shall be paid from the proceeds derived from the sale of said bonds or may be redeemed, in whole prior to maturity, or renewed as provided by the Local Finance Law of the State of New York.

Section 5. The said Bond Anticipation Note is not issued in anticipation of bonds for an assessable improvement.

Section 6. The Supervisor of the Town of St. Armand is hereby authorized to sell such Bond Anticipation Note at private sale at not less than par and accrued interest at a rate not exceeding the rate above specified and the Supervisor is authorized to deliver said Bond Anticipation Note to the purchase upon payment of the purchase price and accrued interest as above specified. The receipt of the Supervisor shall be a full acquittance of the purchaser who shall not be required to see to the application of the purchase money.

Section 7. The Town of St. Armand reserves the right to call and redeem this note at any time prior to maturity upon payment of the principal thereof together with accrued interest.

Section 8. That said Bond Anticipation Note will be a qualified tax exempt obligation pursuant to the appropriate provisions of the Internal Revenue Code as amended and said Note shall bear on the face thereof the following notation: "This Note has been designated by the issuer as a qualified tax exempt obligation" pursuant to the provisions of Section 265 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended.

Section 9. This Resolution shall take effect immediately. Councilperson Fuller duly seconded this resolution, and adopted by roll call as follows:

Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr. AYE

Deputy Supervisor Samuel A. Grimone AYE

Councilperson Earl J. Dakin, Jr. AYE

Councilperson Donald Amell AYE

Councilperson Jennifer L. Fuller AYE

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER'S REPORT

Code Enforcement Officer Robert Drosdowich informed the Board that no building permits had been issued for the month of April 2013. Robert performed eight inspections. Robert received one building permit application from Paul Giroux for his storage facility. The storage facility will consist of 31 storage units of varying size. Robert informed the Board that the Darrah's have broken ground for their new home. Robert will begin doing inspections on the Senior Overlook Apartments, which must be performed at least once every three years per code. Discussion ensued regarding Robert's request at last month's Board meeting that St. Armand pay one third of his cell phone bill. After lengthy discussion, it was agreed to return to the issue as nothing can change before next year's Budget meeting. Robert has turned over the AMA building permits to Tom Worthington.

REVIEW OF OLD BUSINESS

1. Zoning - Discussion ensued regarding the Zoning Committee. The Board decided to place an ad in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise and post on our website, requesting volunteers that reside in St. Armand that are interested in being on the Committee to come forth. Patrick Finnegan offered to be a member of the Zoning Committee. Charlie also stated that Mike Mascarenas from Elizabethtown Community Development has offered to come and speak to the Board and Zoning Committee regarding zoning laws.

2. Deputy Supervisor Grimone spoke about the front door at the Town Hall. Sam requests that nothing with scotch tape be posted on the front doors. Sam also requests that the doors be painted or improved upon in some way. After discussion it was agreed that Charlie would look into this, and speak with Doug Snickles for the repair.

3. Deputy Supervisor Grimone asked Davina about the Heath Code Regulations from our Town Health Officer Ray Scollin. Davina stated that she had spoken with Ray and he would be ready to present at June's meeting.

4. Councilperson Amell asked Davina if she could email large information to the Board rather than printing it. After discussion, Davina stated that large files could be put onto "Drop Box" on the web and then a link can be sent informing the Board members when something new was there. Davina stated that she would send them each something so that they can set up the drop box on their computers.

5. Pat Finnegan asked Charlie about the Flag at half -mast. Charlie informed the audience that the flags would be lowered in honor of Officer Earl Lawrence and Sergeant Eric Loiselle who were both killed while on duty as local Police Officers.

6. Pat Finnegan asked Charlie what the F550 purchase was about. Charlie explained to the audience why we were purchasing the vehicle and what it was replacing.

7. Sandy Hayes asked about the progress on the Records Room. Davina informed the audience that Dean Montroy had been in to measure and the Room is on his agenda.

8. Sandy Hayes asked Charlie about Brookside Cemetery and if it would be ready for Memorial Day. Charlie informed the audience that Cy Ellsworth was hired to maintain the Cemetery. Charlie stated he would drive down to the Cemetery tomorrow and makes sure things will be on track. If it looks like Cy will not be finished, Charlie asked for volunteers for a work session there this Saturday.

MOTION TO ADJOURN

Deputy Supervisor Grimone made a motion to adjourn the meeting, Councilperson Dakin seconded the motion. All agreed. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 8:41p.m.

I, Davina M. Thurston, Town Clerk for the Town of St. Armand, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct transcript of the Special Board meeting minutes held on the above-referenced date.


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