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The regular monthly meeting of the Town of Tompkins Town Board was called to order at 7:00 pm in the Town meeting room, Trout Creek, NY.

Present:

  1. William Layton-Supervisor
  2. Carl Stuendel-Councilperson
  3. Peggy Backus-Councilperson
  4. Howard Buttel-Councilperson
  5. Timothy LaTourette-Councilperson

Others:

  1. Ronald VanValkenburg-Hwy Superintendent
  2. Nancy Roberts
  3. Tom Evans
  4. Mary Lou Caldarulo
  5. Brenda Thurston

Pledge to the flag was led by Ron VanValkenburg

Tom Evans

Tom spoke about changes in the Wind Tower Draft Law. The Board had to decide on a stand alone Wind tower draft Law or Site Plan review Law. The Board decided on the stand alone draft law.

Community Market.

Market will start 5-21-09 thru October on Thursday and Saturday.

On motion by Stuendel seconded by Buttel it was moved to approve the sign for the market.

Vote: All AYEs

Motion carried.

Mary Lou outlined some of the events that Russ and she have planned.

Brenda Thurston DCO

The Board needs to review and amend the 1987 dog law for the Town of Tompkins. Think about raising fees for dog licenses. Barbara Horton needs to pay the bill for her dog when we get it from Crescent Pet Lodge.

Opening of the bids for Stone and Sluice pipe.

Stone- all prices per ton.

Cobleskill Stone Products Inc

#1b-18.00,#1a-19.95,#1st-17.75,#1-18.00,#2-18.00.

Carver Sand and gravel LLC

#1a-18.15, #1b-16.15. #2-1.15 #2-16.15,#1st-16.15,#1st+#2 blended 16.15.

On motion by Buttel seconded by LaTourette it was moved to accept the low bid from Carver Sand and Gravel LLC

Vote: All AYEs

Motion carried.

Pipe is per foot

Jess F Howes Inc- Polyethylene pipe (smooth interior)

12”-4.59,15”-5.97,18”8.79,24”-13.39,30”20.89,36”-26.82

bands

5.32 5.90 10.23 15.92 39.19 50.22

48”-45.58 bands attached to pipe 60”- 75.58 bands attached to pipe

Otsego Iron and Metal Co Polyethylene (smooth interior)

15”- 5,53 18”- 8.18 24” – 12.75

bands

6.91 10.33 15.94

On motion by Buttel seconded by LaTourette it was moved to accept both bids for pipe.

Vote:All AYEs

Motion carried.

On motion by LaTourette seconded by Stuendel it was moved to approve the minutes of the February 9,2009 meeting as each member had received a copy.

Vote: All AYEs

Motion Carried.

On motion by LaTourette seconded by Buttel it was moved to receive, approve and place on file the Supervisor’s and the Town Clerks monthly reports.

Vote: All AYEs

Motion carried.

Reports-Superintendent

The estimates on the generator were read as follows;

Blue Ox- 17KW Generator propane $12,141.00

Taggerts- 17KW Generator propane $10,950.00

20Kw generator propane $11,750.00

On motion by LaTourette seconded by Buttel it was moved to purchase the 20KW generator from Taggerts pending approval from CWC to use good neighbor money.

Vote:All AYEs.

Motion carried.

The ice storm December 11, 2009 Superintendent filled out paperwork and we could possibly get $24,000 from the storm. The one ton plow truck trying to get it fixed under warranty. The fuel tank is getting bad on the old Chevy-need the tank not the pump. Taking care of roads- cleaned and washed down the walls in the shop. We have gotten $15,000 for plowing from the county. Quotes from Suit-Kote $55,000 for one mile of road. Put out bid for someone to crush gravel for us in our bank,$3.00 per ton is what one outfit is charging, Superintendent brought up a boom tractor.

Reports- Planning Board- re Town Clerk

Separate paper-no report meeting was cancelled.

Reports- Supervisor

  1. John Shelton 2 person ins for Nov and Dec—1 person ins for Jan and Feb
  2. Russ Thurston fixed the leak in the boiler room need to pay him.
  3. No state bid for oil filters
  4. Cannonsville cemetery- they want the Town to take over the cemetery, no decision was made.
  5. Resolution #4 (re. Wastewater Study) the Board and Supervisor all signed it.
  6. Amerigas is going to give us 300 gal of propane because they let us run out at the Hwy garage.
  7. Lawn mowing bids.
  8. On motion by Stuendel seconded by LaTourette it was moved to put in the paper bids for mowing and trimming the Town Hall lawn, 50’ beside the salt shed. The school house and the Town Hwy garage lawns.

Vote: All AYEs.

Motion carried.

Add to the last months minutes $559 money back from Mang.

Association of Towns annual meeting –Carl Stuendel didn’t go because it was too expensive for the Town.

On motion by Stuendel seconded by Layton it was moved not to draw any more grit this year.

Vote: All AYEs.

Motion carried.

On motion by LaTourette seconded by Buttel it was moved to approve the Abstract of Claims for March 2009 as follows;

General Fund: $10,848.07

Highway Fund: $42,327.37

Vote: All AYEs

Motion carried.

Reading back of the minutes

On motion by Backus seconded by Stuendel it was moved to adjourn the meeting at 10.15pm.

Sandra M Gardepe

Town Clerk

Next meeting will be on April 13,2009 at the Town Meeting Room, Trout Creek,

NY.

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