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TOWN BOARD

TOWN BOARD AGENDATuesday, February 13, 2018

8:30 PM TOWN BOARD MEETING

1. Call to Order

A. Announcements

B. Supervisor's Report

C. Town Administrator's Report

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D. Construction Update: John Kazawic, PE- Boswell Fngineering

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II. Public CommentfNew Business

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m. Public Hearings1) Proposed Local Law amending Chapter 111 of the Town Code Concerning SnowRemoval

and Sidewalk Repair (Continued from January 9, 2018)[V. Resolutions
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9)Authorization to Set Public Hearing: March 13, 2018: Proposed Local Law AmendingChapter 7 of the N

ew Castle Town Code with Respect to the Sustainability AdvisoryBoardAuthorization to Set Public Hearing: March 13, 2018: Proposed Local Law AmendingZoning Code Section 60-430.0 (8) with Regard to Off- Street Parking RequirementsAuthorization to Set Public Hearing: March 13, 2018: Proposed Legislation to Raise theAge to Purchase Tobacco Products within New Castle to 21.Authorization to sign Memo of Agreement with Chappaqua- Millwood Chamber ofCommerceAuthorization to Approve- Contract Renewal- OpenGov.Inc. : Fiscal Transparency PortalAuthorization to Approve Purchase of Police VehiclesAuthorization to Extend Highway Maintenance Materials 2017-01 ContractAuthorization to Approve Change Order #1 : King Street Sidewalk Improvement ProjectAuthorization to Approve Change Order ELQ#I : Infrastructure and Stleetscape Projectfor additional survey services for NYS DOT ADA Compliance
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I O) Authorization to Accept Water Main: Dogwood Road

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I l) Authorization to attend APA National Conference12) Authorization to pay Job Related Educational

Expenses13) Authorization for Street Opening Permit Bonds (2)14) Authorintion for Street Opening Permit Bonds (2)15) Authorization to Approve Banner Request: Chappaqua Children's Book Festival16) Authorization to Approve Banner Request: Breast Cancer — A Cure in Our Lifetime
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ARE SUBJECT TO17) Authorization to Waive Tax Penalty18) Authorization to Hire Laborer in the Water U

nit: Matthew Cimadomo19) Authorization to Wire Senior Bus Driver in Recreation Department Anthony Suozzi20) Authorization to Accept Resignation: Suzanne Keay ofthe Recreation Department21) Authorization to Accept Resignation: Environmental Review Board- Dr. Bill Flank22) Authorization to Appoint member to Recreation Commission: Anne Kennedy McGuire23) Authorization to Re-appoint member to Board of Assessment Review: Phil Luria24) Authorization to Re-appoint member to Architectural Review Board: Anne Hasegawa25) Authorization to Re-appoint member to Architectural Review Board: Sarah Kaplan26) Authorization to Re-appoint member to Planning Board: Gregg Sanzari27) Authorization to Re-appoint member to Zoning Board of Appeals: Howard Dubbs28) Authorization to Accept Monthly Reports29) Authorization to approve- Payment of ClaimsProposed A ctions:Authorintion to Appoint from Provisional to Permanent: DPWAuthorization to Accept Resignation: Recreation (2)Authorization to Hire: Recreation Department
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V. Adjournmentl) Authorization to Set Public Hearing: March 13.2018: Proposed Local LawAmending Chap

ter 7 of the New Castle Tmyn Code with Respect to theSustainability Advisory, to set a publicmoved, seconded by Council MemberCouncil Memberhearing regarding a proposed Local Law amending Chapter 7 of the Town Code Concerningwith respect to the Sustainability Advisory Board for Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 7:30 pm in theAssembly Room of New Castle Town Hall, located at 200 S. Greeley Ave. Chappaqua, NY
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor BrodskyCouncil Member KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil

Member Saland
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NAYS2) Authorization to Set Public Hearing: Mareh 13.2018: Proposed Local LawAmending Zoning Code Se

ction 60-430.0 (8) "ith Regard to Off- Street ParkingReuuirements, to set a publicmoved, seconded by Council MemberCouncil Memberhearing regarding a proposed Local Law amending Zoning Code Section 60-430.0 with regard toOff-Street Parking Requirements for Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 7:30 pm in the AssemblyRoom of New Castle Town Hall, located at 200 S. Greeley Ave. Chappaqua, NY 10514.
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S upervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor BrodskyCouncil Member KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS3) Authorization to Set Public Hearing: March 13.2018: Proposed Legislation to Raisethe Age to P

urchase Tobacco Produvts within New Castle 21:, to set a publicmoved, seconded by Council MemberCouncil Memberhearing regarding a proposed lægislation to Raise the Age to Purchase Tobacco Products withinNew Castle to 21 for Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 7:30 pm in the Assembly Room of New CastleTown Hall, located at 200 S. Greeley Ave. Chappaqua, NY 10514.
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NAYSCouncil Member KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member Saland4) Authorization tp sign Memo of

Agreement With Chappaqua- Millwood Chgmber ofCo m rcemoved, seconded by Council Memberto authorizeCouncil MemberSupervisor, Robert J. Greenstein to sign a Memo of Agreement with the Chappaqua- MillwoodChamber of Commerce regarding the Local Faces Merchant Campaign in 2017. The Townagreed to sponsor the event in the amount of S3,000.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS5) Authorization to Approve— Contract Renewal- OpenGov.Ine.: Transparencyto authorize Townmoved,

seconded by Council MemberCouncil MemberComptroller, Rob Deary, to Sign an agreement with OpenGov, Inc., 955 Charter Street RedwoodCity, CA 94063, to provide software services to the Town. The annual fee in each year ofthethree year contract is $6,500.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS6) Resolution Authorizing Purchase of a Marked 2018 Police Utility InterceptorVehicle and an Unm

arked 2018 Police Utility Interceptor _VehieJemoved, seconded by Council MembertoCouncil Memberadopt the following Resolution authorizing the purchase of a marked 2018 Police UtilityInterceptor Vehicle and an unmarked 2018 Police Utility Interceptor Vehicle.WHEREAS, the Chief of the Town of New Castle Police Department has requestedauthorization to purchase a marked 2018 Police Utility Interceptor Vehicle and an unmarked 2018Police Utility Interceptor Vehicle; andWHEREAS, these purchases are included in the approved 2018 Police Budget lineA.3120.0260.oooo;WHEREAS, New York State General Municipal Law, Section 103, authorizes thepurchase by the Town of vehicles under contracts let by the United States, or any agency thereof,or by any state or any Other subdivision or district therein, provided said contract was letin a manner that constituted competitive bidding consistent with State Law, and further, thatprovision was made in the bid documents enabling municipalities to utilize said bid award therebyeliminating the need for competitive bidding by the Tovvn,• andWHEREAS, the above-referenced marked 2018 Police Utility Interceptor Vehicle isavailable from Beyer Ford, 31 Williams Parkway, East Hanover, New Jersey, under the New YorkState Office of General Services, Contract PC66676; andWHEREAS, the above-referenced unmarked 2018 Police Utility Interceptor Vehicle isavailable under the Westchester County Vehicle Contract RFB-WC-15182; through authorizedcontractor Beyer Ford, 31 Williams Parkway, East Hanover, New Jersey; andWHEREAS, the Town reviewed all bid and contract documents and determined that saidcontracts were awarded by New York State and Westchester County to Beyer Ford on the basis ofthe lowest responsible bidder in accordance with Section 103 of the New York General MunicipalLaw; andWHEREAS, the purchase price of the unmarked 2018 Police Utility Interceptor policevehicle with optional equipment under New York State Contract is $34,503.90; and the purchaseprice the marked 2018 Police Utility Interceptor police vehicle with optional equipment under theWestchester County Contract is $41 ,373.12.NOW THEREFORE, BE rr RESOLVED, that the Town Board of the Town of NewCastle hereby authorizes and approves the purchase of one fully equipped marked 2018 PoliceUtility Interceptor Vehicle for the purchase price of $41 ,373.12 and one fully equipped unmarked
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2018 Police Utility Interceptor Vehicle from Beyer Ford for the purchase prices of $34,503.90.BE rr

FURTHER RESOLVED, the Police Chief is hereby authorized and directedto execute all pertinent documents and directed to take any all steps necessary to effectuate thepurpose of this Resolution.7) Authorization to Extend Maintenance Materials 2017-01 Contractto authorize Themoved, seconded by Council MemberCouncil MemberDepartment of Public Works to extend the Highway Maintenance Materials Contract #2017-01for an additional year for the following specific items: 19A, 20A, 2 IA extended through June 6,
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2019 & 22B extended through June 26, 2019.

VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS8) Bpproval to Accept James J. Hahn Engineering: PC Change Order #1 - King S!rggtSidewalk Improv

ements Capital Proiectto accept Changemoved, seconded by Council MemberCouncil MemberOrder in the amount of $19„502.23 for additional engineering services provided by James J.Hahn Engineering, PC on the King Street Sidewalk Improvements Capital Project. Additionalengineering services amounting to $10,162.50 were a direct result of the necessity for us to splitthis project into two phases due to permitting delays by the NYSDOT for Consolidated Edison'sgas main replacement project being done simultaneous to our project.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS9) Approval to Accept ELO. Change Order - ADA Surveyingto accept a Changemoved, seconded by Coun

cil MemberCouncil MemberOrder from ELQ in the amount of $10,385.84 for ADA Surveying on the ChappaquaStreetscapes & Infrastructure Project.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member Makowska

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NAYSCouncil Member PoolCouncil Member Saland

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I O) Authorization to Accept W4ter Main: Dogwood RoadCouncil Membermoved, seconded by Council Member

dedication of the water line under Dogwood Road as a public water main.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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AYES11) Authorization to attend APA National Conferencemoved, seconded by Council MemberCouncil Memb

erto accqt
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NAYSto authorize theTown Planner to attend the American Planning Association National Conference to

be held April
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21 , 2018 through April 24, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Costs for this conference should notexce

ed $3,285 and has been allocated in the 2018 Town Budget.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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AYES12) Authorizqtion to Pay Job Related Educational Expensesmoved, seconded by Council MemberCounci

l Member
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NAYSto authorize thereimburwe Julia Golden for the full cost of tuition and books for two job relate

d courses.complete cost Of reimbursement is $4,787.63.

VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS13) Authorization for Suggt Opening Permit pondsCouncil Membermoved, seconded by Council Membert

o authorize thereimbursement of the following Road Open Permits:1) PermitNumber2016-0009 : $500.00 payabletoHiddenH0110w,LLC2) Permit Number2016-OOlO:
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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AYES14) Authorization for Street Opening BondsCouncil Membermoved, seconded by Council Member

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NAYSto authorize thereimbursement of the following Road Open Pennits:Permit Number 2016-0013: $500.0

0 payable to Rock- All Construction Corp.3) Permit Number 2016-0014: $500.00 payable to Rock- All Construction Corp.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS15) Authorization to Approve Request: Chappaqua Children's Book Festivalmoved, seconded by Counc

il Memberto approve aCouncil Memberbanner request for the Chappaqua Childæn's Book Festival for the dates Of September 16, 2018-September 29, 2018.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member Makowska

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NAYSCouncil Member PoolCouncil Member Saland16) Authorization to Approve Banner Request: Breast Canc

er — A Cure in Our Li&timemoved, seconded by Council Memberto approve aCouncil Memberbanner request for "A Cure in Our Lifetime" for the dates of May 14, 2018- May 25, 2018 andJune 4, 2018. June 8, 2018.Supervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Member Saland
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AYES11) Authorization yaive Tax Penaltymoved, seconded by Council MemberCouncil N4ember

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NAYSto waive the taxpenalty for parcel ID 100-11-3-20 in the amount of $769.04. We extend our deepes

tcondolences to the family for their loss.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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AYES18) Authorization Hire Laborer in the Water Unitmoved, seconded by Council MemberCouncil Member

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NAYSto hire MatthewCimadomo as laborer in the Water Unit of the Department of Public Works at an ann

ual salary of$46,348. This appointment is effective February 14, 2018. This position will be subject tomedical clearance, drug/ alcohol testing and a probationary period no less than 12 weeks and nomore than 52 weeks beginning February 14, 2018.
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NAYSSupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland19) Authorization to Hire Bus Driver Recreation Department Anthony Suozzimoved, seconded by to hire Anthony Suozzi as a part time SeniorCouncil MemberBus Driver in the Recreation Department with an hourly rate of S 16.00 retroactively effectiveFebruary 19th, 2018.
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VOTESupetvisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS20) Authorizqtion to Accept Suzanne Keav of the DepartmentCouncil Member moved, seconded by to a

ccept the resignationofSuzaaneKeayofthe recreation department retroactively effective November 6, 2015.
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ber Saland
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NAYS21) to Accept Resignqtion: Environmental Review Dr. Bill FlankCouncil Member moved, seconded by

to accepttheresignationofDr.Bill Flank,Chair of the Environmental Review Board, effective February 5, 2018. We thank Dr. Flankfor his decades of service to the Town of New Castle.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor Katz

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NAYSCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Member Saland22) Authgrization to Appoint memb

er to Recreation and Parks Commission: AnneKennedy McGuiremoved, seconded by to appoint Anne Kennedy McGuire to theCouncil MemberRecreation and Parks Commission for a seven year term effective February 14, 2018 throughFebruary 13, 2025.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS23) Authorization to Re-Appoint member to Board of Assessment Phil LuriaCouncil Member moved, se

conded by to appoint Phil Luria to the Board ofAssessment Review for a five year term retroactively effective September 29, 2017 throughSeptember 29, 2022.
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VOTESupervisor GleensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS24) Authorization to Re-App9int member to Architectural Review Board: AnneHasegawaCouncil Member

moved, seconded by to am'0intAnneHasegawatotheArchitectural Review Board for a three year term retroactively effective June 29, 2017through June 28, 2020.Supervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor Katz
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NAYSCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Ylember PoolCouncil Member Saland25) Authocizgtion to Appoint mem

ber to Architectural Review Board: Sgra E. KaplanCouncil Member moved, seconded by to appoint SaraE. Kaplan totheArchitectural Review Board for a three year term retroactively effective June 29, 2017through June 28, 2020.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS26) Authorization to Re—Appoint member to Planning Board: Gregg SanzpriCouncil Member moved, sec

onded by to appoint Gregg Sanzari to the PlanningBoard for a five year term retroactively effective January 1, 2018 through December 31,
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2023.

VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYS27) Agthorization to Re-Appoint member to Zoning Board of Appeals: Howard Dubbsmoved, seconded b

y to appoint Howard Dubbs to the 7nningCouncil MemberBoard of Appeals for a five year term retroactively effective January l, 2018 throughDecember 31, 2023.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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27. Payment of Claims — Checks dated February 14.2018Council Membermoved, seconded by Council Member

to approve payment(2017 expenditures totalingof claims in the amount of S) listed on theand 2018 expenditures totaling S"Summary" Pre-Check Writing Report and "Detail" Voucher Detail Reports, all datedFebruary 13, 2018. Checks will be issued and mailed to each Claimant listed on Wednesday,February 14, 2018.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Member MakowskaCouncil Member PooleCouncil Me

mber Saland
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NAYS28) Authorization to Monthly Reports — Januaryto accept themoved, seconded by Council MemberCoun

cil Memberfollowing Monthly reports for January 2018: Town Clerk, Court Clerk, DevelopmentDepartment, and Receiver of Taxes.
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VOTESupervisor GreensteinDeputy Supervisor KatzCouncil Mcmber MakowskaCouncil Member PoolCouncil Mem

ber Saland
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NAYSJournal News.rnedia groupIohud.com

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NOTICE OF HEARNG

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Town Hall. Chqa-New York.
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BY TÆORDER(YTHETOWN

WARY G. TOWN CLERK

LOCAL LAW NO.Draft: 11/22/17

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OF 2017

TOWN BOARD

TOWN OF NEW CASILE

PROPOSED LOCAL LAW AMENDING

CHAIYITR 111 OF THE CODE OF THE "10WN OF NEW CASTLE

A LOCAL LAW toamend Chapter 111,of the Town Codeconcerningremovalsnowandsidewalk repairs.BE IT ENACI

ED by the Town Board of the Town of New Castle as follows:Section I. Chapter 111, Article l, Section I of the Code of the Town of New Castle entitled"Permit required; applications; fees" is hereby amended as follows:NO person shall open or cause to be opened by cutting or d*lg the surfrce, pavement orsoil in any street, highway or public place for any purpose whatever without first making awritten application to the SupeÅe-Eeede-f*-ef-Highweys Commissioner of Public Works andobtaining a permit upon depositing with the Town Clerk the following sums therefor:
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A. For repairs and maintenance in the case of concrete roads and roads with concretebase, there shal

l be a fee as set forth by resolution of the Town Board in the MasterFee Schedule, which may be amended, for each opening; and in the casc of all otherroads, there shall bc a fcc as set forth by resolution of the Town Board in the MasterFee Schedule, which may be amended, for each opening.
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B. No fee shall be required if a bond is filed in accordance with S 111-5 relating topublic-service

corporations.Cn In case openings exceeding six square yards in area are made in the traveled or pavcdpoltion of roads, additional payments for repairs and maintenance must be made forareas in excess of six square yards as follows:182a«616000v3
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-1-(l) For concrete pavements or pavements with concrete base, there shall be a fee asset forth by r

esolution of the Town Board in thc Master Fee Schedule, which maybe amended.(2) In all other roads, there shall be a fee as set forth by resolution of the TownBoard in the Master Fee Schedule, which may be amended.
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D. A proportionate charge shall be fixed by thestreet openings not involving pavements.Section 2. Ch

apter 111 , Article I, Section 2 of the Code of the Town of New Castle entitled"Permit required for obstruction of streets" is hereby amended as follows:
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S I I I -2 Permit required for obstmction of streets.No person shall Obstruct a highway or street in

such a manner as to close the same withoutobtaining a written permit from the Chief of Police and theCommissioner of Public satisfying the provisions of the Vehicle and Traffic Law andthe Hlghway Law.Section 3. Chapter I I l, Article I, Section 3 Of the Code of the Town of New Castle entitled"Superintendent of Highways to supervise work" is hereby amended as R)llows:
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S 111-3. Commissioner Of Public to supervise work.All work shall be under the supervision of thePubl

ic Works and must be performed to his satisfaction and specificationsSection 4. Chapter I I I , Article l, Section 5 of the Code of the Town of New Castle entitled"Insurance and bonding requirements; return of deposit» is hereby amended as follows:
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S 111-5 Insurance and bonding requirements; retum of deposit.No permit shall be issued until the app

licant has deposited the sum provided in S 111-1 and,in addition, has filed with the Commissioner of PublicWorks a certificate of public liability insurance to indemnify and protect the Town againstany loss, damage or injury which might be incurred by reason of said street excavation orperformance of the work incidental thereto. Said insurance shall be in the amount of not lessthan $50,000 for any one accident, and property damage insurance shall be in the amount ofnot less than $5,000 for any one accident. Public-service corporations may, at their option,182006/616000v3
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-2-file a bond with sufficient sureties to be approved by the Town Attorney in the amount of$10,000,

conditioned upon saving harmless the Town of New Castle, its officers, servantsand agents from loss in connection with such matter. "lhe unexpended balance of any suchdeposit shall be refL1nded to the depositor upon the completion of the work and the fillingof said opening to the satisfaction of the Townof Public Works, except in connection with lump-sum amounts fixed by theCommissiQner of Public Works and accepted and paid by the applicant fordoing said work or any part thereof by the Commissioner-ofPublic_WQrRfor account Of the Town, in which case there shall be no refund.Section 5. Chapter I I l, Article l, Section 7 of the Code of the Town of New Castle entitled"Form application and permi€' is hereby amended as follows:
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S 111-7. Form application and permit.The Commissioner of Public Works is hereby empowered toadopt a

suitable form of application and permit. Said form shall be printed and a copy shallbe filed with the Town Board.Scction 6. Chapter 111, Articlc l, Section 10 of the Codc of the Town of New Castleentitled "Repairs: time of completion; materials" is hereby amended as follows:
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S I I I -10. Repairs: time of completion; materials.All repairs must be completed within 15 days Of

the date of the start of the work. If repairscannot match existing area pavement, a substitute pavement patch material, approved by thcCommissioner of Public Works, may be useduntil like and/ or approved material is available.Section 7. Chapter I II, Article II, Section 12 of the Code Of the Town of New Castle,entitled "Removal of snow, ice and other obstructions" is hereby amended as follows:
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S 111-12. Removal of snow, ice and other obstructions.The owner and occupant of premises abutting on

any street where a sidewalk has been laid(hereinafter in this article referred to as the "owner" and "occupane') shall keep the sidewalkin front of such premises free and clear from snow, icc, dirt and other materials andobstructions and shall, within -24-houfs after the snow ceases to fall or after thedeposit of any dirt or Other materials and obstructions upon such sidewalk, remove thesnow, ice, dirt and other materials and obstructions from such
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-3-that the-h ur cria.m. shall notSection 8. Chapter Ill, Article II, Section 15 of the Code of the

Town of New Castle,entitled '"Removal by Town authorized; costs a lien" is hereby amended as follows:
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S 111-15. Removal by Town authorized; costs a lien.A, Upon failure of such owner or occupant to comp

ly with the provisions of S 111-12and/or S 111-13 of this article, the Commissioner OfPublic Works may cause such snow, ice, dirt of other materials and obstructions to beremoved or covered with suitable material and shall, in such event, forthwith file areport of the cost or expenses thereof with the Town Clerk. Said cost and expense, asthe same shall appear from said t•eport. shall be a lien upon the premises abutting saidsidc".valk so reported to have been cleaned or covered as aforesaid until paid, asprovided in S I II -20.The decision by the Commissioner Public Works or his or bet ernployees toremove or not to remove snow. ice. dirt or other shall not impose a.t»vliability upon the Town. Nothing in this article shall requirc the ofPublic Works to remove snow. ice dirt. of other materials from any sldewalks.such act bed for inof Puwithin the sole Qr said Commissioner. which judgment shall be final,Section 9. Chapter Ill, Article II, Section 16.1 of the Code of the Town of New Castle,entitled "Liability of real property owner for failure to maintain sidewalk in reasonably safecondition" is hereby added as follows:SII I -16.1. Liability of property owner for failure to maintain sidewalk in reasonably safeThe owner and occupant of abutting on any street where a sidewalk hasbeen laid shall keep the sidewalk in front of such premises in gQQd repair and in asafe condition for pedestrians at all times-Notwithstanding any other of law. the owner of property abuttingbreasonableFailure of1kreasonable safe condition shall include. but not be limited to, the ncAiggnt failure toinstall. construct, reconsLrucG repair or defective sidewalk flags and/ ua,06'6.'5000v3 78/18negligent failure to remove icz ditt or other Qb$ttuctions fromnot be liabfiilure to maintain sidewalks in a safe Ibis section shall not beconstrucd to to the liability of the as a property owner,Section 10. Chapter Ill, Article II, Section 19 of the Code of the Town of New Castle,entitled "Noncompliance by owner; payment of costs" is hereby amended as follows:
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A. Whenever a notice to repair a sidewalk pursuant to an order of the Town Board hasbeen served upon

an owner of a lot or parcel of land in front of which it is desiredthat sidewalks be relaid or repaired and the owner shall not cause the repair to bemade to the sidexvalk or curb as required by the noticæ, theHighways Commissioner of Public Works is hereby authorized and directed to causethe repair to be made as required by notice.authorized to perform such work or repair with his own forces, or cause a contract tobe let therefor, and to pay for the work out of the funds to be appropriated by theTown Board for such purposes.Section II. Chapter II l, Article II, Section 20 of the Code of the Town of New Castleentitled "Assessment of costs; collection" is hereby amended as follows:
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A. Thc Town shall be reimbursed for the cost of relaying or repairing any sidewalk whenmade by the p

ursuant toth1S article by the owner of the respective lot or parcel of land in front of which therepair was made, by assessment upon and collection from the lot or parcel of landtermed benefited by the repair; so much of the actual and complete cost upon andfrom each lot as shall bc in just proportion to the amount of the bcncfit which theimprovement shall confer upon the property, as determined by the Town Board, andcollected in the same manner and at the same time as other special assessment and advalorem Town charges.
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B. Whenever expenditures arc made by the Town for repairing sidewalks or removingfrom sidewalks ice,

snow or other accumulations thereon, which under this article areassessable upon the land affected or improved thcrcby, the Board shall scrvc a noticeof at least 10 days upon the owner or owners of such property, stating that suchexpenditure has been made, its purpose and amount and that at a specified time and1820•rw6/5.ooo-ß 2/848
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-5-place it will meet to make an assessment of the expenditure upon such land.Board shall meet at th

e time and place in such notice specified. It shall hear anddetermine all objections that may be made to such assessment, including the amountthereof, and shall assess upon the land the amount which it may deem just andreasonable, not excecdiflb in casc of default, the amount stated in the notice. All theprovisions of the Westchester County Tax Law covering the enforcement andcollection Of unpaid taxes and assessments, not inconsistent herewith, shall apply tothe collection of such unpaid cost or expense. In addition to the levy of theassessment, an action to recover the amount may be maintained by the Town againstthc owner or occupant liable therefof.Section 12. Readoption and ConfirmationExcept as specifically modified by the amendments contained herein, Chapter I II of theCode of the Town of New Castle is otherwise to remain in full force and effect and isotherwise ratified, readopted and confirmed.Section 13. Numbering for CodificationIt is the intention of the Town of New Castle and it is hereby enacted that thc provisions ofthis Local Law shall be included in the Code of the Town of New Castle; that the sectionsand subsections of this Local Law may be re-numbered or re-lettered by the Codifier toaccomplish such intcntion; that the Codifier shall make no substantive changes to this LocalLaw, that the word "Local Law*' shall be changed to "Chapter," "Section" or otherappropriate word as required for codification; and that any such rearranging of thenumbering and editing shall not affect the validity of this Local Law or the provisions of theCode affected thereby.Section 14. Severability. The provisions of this Local Law are separable and if any provision,clause, sentence, subscction, word or part thereof is held illegal, invalid or unconstitutional,of inapplicable to any person or circumstance, such invalidity ofunconstitutionallty, or inapplicability shall not affect or impair any of the remainingprovisions, clauses, sentences, subsections, words or parts of this Local Law or their petitionto other persons or circumstances. It is hereby declared to be the legislative intent that thisLocal law would have been adopted if such illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provision,clause, sentence, word or part had not been included therein, and if such personor circumstance to which the Local Law or part hereof is held inapplicable had beenspecifically exempt there from.Section 15. Effective Date"IHS local law shall take effect immediately upon filing with the Office of the Secretary of182006616000v3 2M &Follow us on Twitter
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PERSONAL CONFIDENTIALThe information transmitted herein may contain privileged and/or confidential A

ny copying, distribution or other use Of,or taking of any action in reliance information contained herein or attached hereto by or other than the intendedrecipient(s) is . Any misdirection or other in the transmission of this informaöon is not and shall not be considered a waiver ofany appWcabJe privileges. If you have received this in error, notiNthesenderanddestroy the originaltransmission and its attachments without saving, or copying in any rtunrer.Please consider the befc•re printing thisFrom: Gamils, Drew VictoriaSent: Tuesday, January 2, 2018 11:30 AMTo: Philltps, Edward J.Sidewalk Maintenance and Snow RemovalBelow is a list of municipal Codes I reviewed concerning sidewalk maintenance and snow removal.Village of Pleasantville —Section 1551-.A. Snow and Ice shall be removed to a width of at least three feet within
Tagged Passions:streets,alcohol,snow,Pedestrian,Capital Spending,leasing

18 hours after the fan of snow shall cease.Town of Bedford — Section 101-3- All ice and snow shall b

e removed from sidewalk within 12 hours.Town of Dover — Section 121-7- All snow and ice shall be removed from sidewalks within 12 hoursCity of Rye — Section 167-47- All snow and ice shall be removed within 24 hours after the cessation of every fallof snow or the formation of any ice on the sidewalk.Town of LaGrange — Section 199-67- Snow shall be removed from the entire sidewalk within 12 hours after anyfall of snow occurring between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., or if occurring between the hours of 8:00p.m. and 8:00 a.m., then within 12 hours after the expiration of such period.Town of Tarrytown- Section 259-37- Snow must be cleared within 18 hours, except in the Restricted RetailZoning Districts and the Neighborhood Shopping Zoning Districts, which shall have the snow and ice removed atall times between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9 p.m. Ice must be removed within two hours, except that the twohour period shall not apply between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.Town of Ossining — Section 162-2- Snow and ice must be cleared within 6 hours after the snow ceases, exceptbetween 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.Village of Tuckahoe — Section 19-28- Snow and ice must be removed within 4 hours, except that when snow orice shall have ceased falling between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m., the show or ice shall be removedwithin 4 hours of 7:00 a.m.Town of Mamaroneck — Section 187-12- snow and ice shall be removed within 24 hours.Town/ViIlage of Harrison- Section 201-38- Snow and Ice must be removed within 10 hours, not includingbetween 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.mNYC Administrative Code Section 16-123 requires sidewalks cleaned of snow and ice within 4 hours after thesnow ceases to fall, the time between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m. is not included in the four hours.
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LOCAL LAW NO.Date: 2/8/18

OF 2018

TOWN BOARD

TOWN OF NEW CASTLE

PROPOSED LOCAL LAW AMENDING

CHAPTER 7 SECTION 2 OF THE

CODE OF THE TOWN OF NEW CASTLE

A LOCAL LAW to amendChapter 7, Section 2 of theTown Code concerning theSustainable Advisory Board.BE

IT ENACI'ED by the Town Board of the Town ofNew Castle as follows:Section I. Chapter 7, Section 2 of the Town Of New Castle entitled 'Membership; term;vacancies; Chairman" is hereby amended as follows:

S 7-2 Membership; term; vacancies; Chairman.

A. Sustainability Advisory Board shall consist of between five andmembers, as determined of the Town

Members may beresidents or nonresidents of the Town of New Castle. They shall serve withoutcompensation and shall be appointed by the Town Board of the Town of New Castlcto serve for a term of five years or until their successors are
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B. Vacancies on such Board shall be filled by appointment by the Town Board in theoriginal appointme

nts and, where occurring than bysame manner asexpiration of term, shall be fot the unexpired term of office.(i The Chair shall be appointed by the Town Board two years. and shall be theexecutive officer of the Board and shall preside at meetings of the Board. The Chairmay appoint committees, with the Sustainability Advisory Boards approval, withsuch duties as may be lawfully prescribed.182006624601 v.'Section 2. Any member appointed prior to the effective date of this Local Law shall serveout the remainder of their appointed tern.Section 3. Ratification, Readoption and ConfirmationExcept as specifically modified by the amendments contained herein, Chapter 7 Of the TownCode of the Town of New Castle is otherwise to remain in full force and effect and isotherwise ratified, readopted and confirmed.Section 4. Numbering for CodificationIt is the intention of the Town of New Castle and it is hereby enacted that the provisions ofthis Local Law shall be included in the Code of the Town of New Castle; that the sectionsand subsections Of this Local Law may be renumbered or re-lettered by the Codifier toaccomplish such that the Codifier shall make no changes to thisJK»cal Law", that the word 'Local Law?' shall be changed to "Chapter," ' 'Section" or otherappropriate word as required for codification; and that any such rearranging of thenumbering and editing shall not affect the validity Of this Local Law or the provisions Of theCode affected thereby.Section 5. SeverabilityThe provisions of this Local Law are separable and if any provision, clause, sentence,subsection, word or part thereof is held illegal, invalid or unconstitutional, or inapplicable toany person or circumstance, such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality, or inapplicabilityshall not affect or impair any of the remaining provisions, clauses, sentences, subsections,words or parts of this Local Law or their petition to other persons or circumstances. It ishereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Local law would have been adopted ifsuch illegal, invalid or unconstitutional provision, clause, sentence, subsection, word or parthad not been included therein, and if such person or circumstance to which the Local Lawor part hereof is held inapplicable had been specifically exempt there from.Section 6. This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing with the Office Of theSecretary of Stare.2,w18
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-2-

LOCAL LAW NO.Draft 2/7/18

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OF 2018

TOWN BOARD

TOWN OF NEW CASTLE

PROPOSED II)CAI. LAW AMENDING

CIIAPTER 60 OF THE CODE OF THE TOWN OF NEW CASTLE

A LOCAL LAW to amendChapter 60 Section430.0(8) of the TownCode concerning GroupBE IT ENACI"ED by the

Town Board of the Town ofNew Castle as follows:Section I. Chapter 60, Section 430.0(8) of the Code of the Town ofNew Castle, entitled "GroupInstruction" is hereby amended as follows:(8) Group instruction. The following special standards and requirements shall apply to groupinstruction when permitted as an accessory use in a principal dwelling in a residencedistrict, and shall be in addition to all other standards and requirements Of 60—430, as wellas the, applicable requirements for other customary home occupations as set forth in 60-
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410G:(a) The maximum number ofpupils shall be limited to five at any one time.(b) Off-street parking

shall be provided in an amount as determined adequate for the•t val forparticular use by the Planning---Beæ* board authorized togroup instruction. If the Planning Board is not theshall be referred to the Planning Board for review and report pursuant to 60-30B. ThePlanni!ug Board's report to the Approving Authority shall include a recommendation as tothe number of parking rgguired for the special permit application.Section 2. Ratification, Readoption and ConfirmationExcept as specifically modified by the amendments contained herein, Chapter 60 of the Town ofNew Castle is otherwise to remain in full force and effect and is otherwise ratified, readopted andconfirmed.Section 3. Numbering for CodificationIt is the intention of the Town ofNew Castle and it is hereby enacted that the provisions Of thisLocal Law shall be included in the Code of the Town of New Castle; that the sections andma'16'62/902vå 2,718subsections of this Local Law may be re-numbered or re-lettered by the Codifier to accomplishsuch intention; that the Codifier shall make no substantive changes to this Local Law, that theword "Local Law" shall be changed to "Chapter," "Section" or other appropriate word asrequired for codification; and that any such rearranging of the numbering and editing shall notaffect the validity of this Local Law or the provisions of the Code affected thereby.Section 4. SeverabilityThe provisions of this Local Law are separable and if any provision, clause, sentence, subsection,word or part thereof is held illegal, invalid or unconstitutional, or inapplicable to any person orcircumstance, such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality, or inapplicability shall not affector impair any Of the remaining provisions, clauses, sentences, subsections, words Or parts of thisLocal Law or their petition to other persons or circumstances. It is hereby declared to be thelegislative intent that this Local Law would have been adopted if such illegal, invalid orunconstitutional provision, clause, sentence, subsection, word or part had not been includedtherein, and if such person or circumstance to which the Local law or part hereof is heldinapplicable had been specifically exempt there from.Section 5. Effective DateThis local law shall take effect immediately upon filing with the Offce of the Secretary of State.
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2.7/18

-2-New Castle Town CourtParking Summary ReportAll JudgesTickets between : 01/01/2018 and 01/31/2018

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TICKET SUMMARYNumber of tickets •Percent :ValueNew York State DriversNumber of tickets •Letter numbe

r 1 sent :Letter number 2 sent :Letter number 3 sentNan-New York State DriversNumber of tickets :Value :Total tickets •
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OPEN

120

50.42%

$5 470

115

$5 280

5

$190Report date: 02/09/2018

CLOSED

118

49.58%

$3 335

114

$3 265

4

$70Note: This report does not reflect handicap parking surcharges and penalties.

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TOWN OF NEW CASTLE

S. Grcclcy Chappaqm. York 10514 • 238-4728 • Fax 938-5177 •Planning

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S Hun,Kelan Asst HanncrFricnd (Harming Boat-ORob„tJ. P.E„Tcny Engineer

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R B polcari. InspectorSteve DavisSte*etl Cdcman, Env. Co.xdin*ortori Anderson Ouilding)

(ARE)Pacc (70ninz Board)Email:To: Jill Simon-Shapiro, TFrom: Sabrina D. ChanwyDate; Febmary 7, 2018R

e JANUARY 2018 END OF MONTHfrllowitlg is a summaty of the Development Department'smonthly activity for January, 2018.
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DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT

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JANUARY 2018DivisionBuildinPlannizoni

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TOTALDevelo ent DeBuildi / Plann E •neeriZonin om aintsTitle SearchesFire Ins ections

TOTAL:

2017rtment

2018Total FoesCollected

$63 643.87

$1 575.00

.00

$66 718.87InsNumber ofTransactions

2016/ 2017

268/270

10/8

281/283ons 2017

205

4

39

43

291January 2018 Monthly Report

TOWN 2017 TAXES

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BASE TAX COLLECTED

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PENATLY

FEES (MEMO AND NS

TOTAL COLLECTED

REMOVED PAYMENTS — NSF

ADJUSTED BASE TOTAL

VOUCHERED REFUNDS

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OVERPAYMENTS

REMOVED PARTIAL PAYMENTS

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TOTAL DEPOSIT

TOTAL 2017 LEVY

BASE PAID

BASE BALANCE

2017-2018 SCHOOL TAX

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BASE TAX COLLECTED

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PENALTYFF.FS ( Memo and NSF)

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TOTAL COLLECTED

REMOVED PAYMENTS -NSF

ADJUSTED BASE TOTAL

VOUCHERED REFUNDS

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OVERPAYMENTS

REMOVED PARTIAL PAYMENTS

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TOTAL DEPOSIT

SCHOOL LEVY

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BASE PAID

BASE

27,163.10

3,051.92

30,215.02

8,854.74

21,360.28

21,360.28

42,317,288.41

200,297.24

$295.00

-$116,508.03

194,922.37

$0.44

INSTALLMENTS

LIENS

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005Title Memo fee

J an nary— 18January—17Year to date Collection

2018

2017

OUTSTANDING TAXES

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2007 DELINQUENT TAXES

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2008 DELINQUENT TAXES

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2009 DELINQUENT TAXFS

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2010 DELINQUENT TÆXES

2011 DELINQUENT TAXES

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2012 DELINQUENT TMES

2013 DELINQUENT TAXES

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2014 DELINQUENT TAXES

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2015 DELINQUENT TAXES

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2016 DELINQUENT TAXES

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TOTAL DELIQUENT TAX 2018*

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TOTAL DELIQUENT TAX 2017••"This creditsdelinquentaccounts in fullfor taxpayers ininstallmentagreemen

ts:
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$6,533.97

01.31.2018January 2018 Monthly Report

LIEN TOTALS

$0.00

31,661.79

18,664.20

50,325.99

_322305268.20

, 81

$9,229.12r,116.41

$13,518.15

19,761.08

$40,09181

$43,773.80

$48,362.03

¯S4461005.42

$505,156.30

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