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Board of Trustees Meeting Set for January 3

January 1, 2006

The Regular Village Board of Trustees Meeting is being held on Tuesday, January 3rd and is simulcasted to Cablevision customers on ch. 78 beginning at 8:00 pm.

The linked agenda, which follows, includes a public hearing in consideration of Local Law Introductory No. 5 of 2005 (see video clip in: “The Tie Goes to Which Runner?”), providing for a run-off election in the event of a tie vote, a letter from the Recreation Advisory Board regarding their recommendation to close the skate park and a resolution outlining an agreement between the Village and the Croton Harmon School District about shared costs of the Croton Point ballfields.

Public Hearing

To consider Local Law Introductory No. 5 of 2005, providing for a run-off election in the event of a tie vote

Correspondence

  1. Anne Bishop, Teatown Lake Reservation; re: request to host their 2nd annual Hudson River EagleFest at the boat launch by the Croton-Harmon station

  2. Daniel O’Connor, Village Engineer, re: request for the Village Board of Trustees to extend the building permit for 11 Observatory Drive

  3. Recreation Advisory Committee; re: Skatepark

  4. Lois Bronz, Westchester County Board of Legislators, re: requesting the Village to adopt a resolution extending SCRIE(Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption)/DRIE (Disabled Rent Increase Exemption)

  5. Robert Gazzette, Batten Road, re: drainage issues on Batten Road

Resolutions

  1. Calling for a Public Hearing at 8pm on January 17, 2005 to consider Local Law Introductory No. 1 of 2006, establishing a new chapter on professional fees (Local Law Introductory No. 1 of 2006)

  2. Authorizing the Mayor to sign the agreement with the school district for the sharing of the costs of the Croton Point Park Fields



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