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Board of Trustees Meeting Set for November 7

November 6, 2005

The Regular Village Board of Trustees Meeting is being held on Monday, November 7th and is simulcasted to Cablevision customers on ch. 78 beginning at 8:00 pm.

The linked agenda, which follows, features 11 resolutions, that include a vote on the (controversial) Sewer Rent Law, a Cell Phone Tower lease agreement with Nextel for two Village properties, a discussion of commercial drive-thru windows in the Village, and an upcoming public hearing to prohibit parking on Village sidewalks and curbs.

Plus, Andreas Gruson, Chairman, Regus Industries, sends a letter to the board requestiong a meeting to discuss Northeast Interchange Railway, LLC. See the Metro Enviro section for more information on this subject.


  1. Andreas Grusan, Chairman, Regus Industries, re: requesting a meeting with the Village Board to discuss Northeast Interchange Railway, LLC

  2. Ann Gallelli, Planning Board Chair, re: Proposed Fire Dept Training Facility

  3. Carolyn Fahey, Office of Real Property Services, re: Villages as Assessing Units


  1. Adoption of Negative Declaration for Local Law Introductory No. 1 of 2005, Establishing Sewer Rents in the Village

  2. Adoption of Local Law Introductory No. 1 of 2005, Establishing Sewer Rents in the Village

  3. Authorizing the Village Manager to sign the lease agreements with Nextel subject to a special permit application for the installation of a cell tower and other communications facilities in the Village

  4. Authorizing the circulation of Part 1 of the Environmental Assessment Form on the Symphony Knoll project to all interested agencies

  5. Establishing Half Moon Bay Drive as the name for the road leading from Municipal Place through the Half Moon Bay Condominium complex and ending at Croton Point Avenue (see slideshow)

  6. Establishing Hunter Place as its official name

  7. Authorizing Dennis Walden to do survey work in order to finalize the intermunicipal agreement between the Westchester County and the Village conveying the title of the southern access road to the Village and giving the Village the responsibility to maintain the road and 8-foot wide pathway

  8. Authorizing the Village Manager to sign the agreement with the Village of Ossining for the use of Ossining’s Yard Waste Transfer Site

  9. Calling for a Public Hearing on November 21, 2005 at 8pm in the Stanley H. Kellerhouse Municipal Building to consider Local Law Introductory No. 3 of 2005, prohibiting parking on village sidewalks and curbs

  10. Determination of the definition of a drive-through window (Nappy’s Auto Repair)

  11. Authorizing Village Manager to sign agreement with Z&Z Enterprises, Inc. for a physical inventory and reconciliation of the Village’s fixed assets for the amount of $16,000


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