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Village of Ogden Town Board met March 11

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Mar 21, 2020

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Village of Ogden Town Board met March 11.

Here is the agenda provided by the board:

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

I: CALL TO ORDER: (7:00 P.M.)

Board Members Present

Others Present

Purpose of the Meeting

To audit claims, act on monthly reports and remittances, and to transact such other business which may legally come before said meeting.

7:00 P.M. – Public Hearing: A Local Law to amend Chapter 300-82 (Campers, Trailers and Mobile Homes)

7:15 P.M. – Public Hearing: A Local Law to amend Chapter 300 (Zoning) of the Town of Ogden Code

II: APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES:

Resolution #106-3.11.20

Introduced by Councilman

Seconded by Councilman

BE IT RESOLVED, that the minutes of the Regular Meetings of February 12, 2020, there being no errors or omissions, stand approved as submitted.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes:

Nays:

Introduced by Councilman

Seconded by Councilman

BE IT RESOLVED, that the minutes of the Regular Meetings of February 26, 2020, there being no errors or omissions, stand approved as submitted.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes:

Nays:

III: PRIVILEGE OF THE FLOOR:

IV: REPORTS AND REMITTANCES FROM TOWN OFFICERS:

Resolution #107-3.11.20

Introduced by Councilman

Seconded by Councilman

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Reports and Remittances from Town Officers in detail for the month of February 2020, showing receipts and disbursements as submitted by the Town Clerk and the Finance Director, be accepted as read, monies and fees to be acknowledged by the Supervisor and copies of the same filed with the Town Clerk.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes:

Nays:

V. TOWN AUDITS:

Resolution #108-3.11.20

Introduced by Councilman

Seconded by Councilman

BE IT RESOLVED, that the General Fund, Part-Town Fund, Highway Fund, Trust & Agency Fund, Drainage Fund, Sewer District Funds, and Lighting District Funds and being vouchered and submitted for audit, chargeable to the respective funds be approved:

General Fund $ 69,577.07

Part-Town Fund 13,029.91

Highway Fund 65,418.02

Sewer Funds 1,852.33

Lighting Funds 106.75

TOTAL $ 149,984.08

Prepaid Expenses (02/27/2020 – 03/10/2020):

General Fund $ 67,321.81

Part-Town Fund 7,922.79

Highway 25,697.22

Trust & Agency Fund 71,469.40

TOTAL $ 172,411.22

GRAND TOTAL ALL CLAIMS: $ 322,395.30

Vote of the Board:

Ayes:

Nays:

VI. CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED AND FILED:

None

VII. REPORTS FROM TOWN OFFICERS:

Gay H. Lenhard, Supervisor

Thomas J. Cole, Councilman

Malcolm E. Perry, Councilman

Thomas J. Uschold, Councilman

Richard Vargo, Deputy Highway Superintendent

Noelle M. Burley, Town Clerk

Daniel G. Schum, Town Attorney

VIII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

None

IX. NEW BUSINESS

Resolution #109-3.11.20

Introduced by Councilman

Seconded by Councilman

WHEREAS, a vacancy in office occurred when Scott Clyde tendered his resignation as Councilman of the Town of Ogden; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to §64 of the Town Law, the authority to fill such vacancy is delegated to the Town Board; and

WHEREAS, Aaron Baker is a resident of the Town of Ogden and is otherwise qualified to be appointed to fill such vacancy in office;

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Town Board of the Town of Ogden, Monroe County, New York, as follows:

SECTION I: The Town Board of the Town of Ogden, by the adoption of this Resolution, does appoint Aaron Baker as Councilman of the Town of Ogden, and upon his taking his Oath of Office he shall serve in such position for the remainder of the unexpired term of Scott Clyde.

SECTION II: That the Town Clerk shall notify the Monroe County Board of Elections of this appointment.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes:

Nays:

Resolution #110-3.11.20

Introduced by Councilman 

Seconded by Councilman

WHEREAS, Aaron Baker has submitted his resignation from the Town of Ogden Zoning Board of Appeals, and

WHEREAS, this resignation will be effective March 6, 2020.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:

SECTION I: That the Town Board of the Town of Ogden does hereby accept, with regret, the resignation of Aaron Baker effective March 6, 2020.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes:

Nays:

Resolution #111-3.11.20

Introduced by Councilman 

Seconded by Councilman

WHEREAS, there is a vacancy on the Zoning Board of Appeals due to the resignation of Aaron Baker and;

WHEREAS, interviews were conducted with qualified candidates and John Crooks Jr was found to be qualified and desirous of the position.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:

SECTION I: That the Town Board of the Town of Ogden does hereby appoint John Crooks Jr as a member of the Ogden Zoning Board of Appeals and said appointment shall become effective March 16, 2020 with term to expire on December 31, 2024.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes: Nays:

Resolution #112-3.11.20

Introduced by Councilman 

Seconded by Councilman

WHEREAS, the Town of Ogden has determined that the following items owned by the Town of Ogden are no longer suitable or needed for municipal purposes:

6 Salter Controls and Harness 8 Steel Wheels

WHEREAS, pursuant to the provision of Town Law, the Town Board of the Town of Ogden may dispose of property no longer needed for public purpose;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that by adoption of this resolution, the Town Board of the Town of Ogden does hereby declare the above items as surplus and authorize the Highway Department to dispose of the above listed property by public or private sale.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes: 

Nays:

Resolution #113-3.11.20

RESOLUTION AND NEGATIVE DECLARATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE LOCAL LAW #2-2020

Introduced by Councilman 

Seconded by Councilman

WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Ogden previously proposed to enact Local Law No. 2 of the year 2020 which local law proposed to amend §300-82(c) to add “Utility Trailer” to the list of regulated items, and to provide that up to 2 (two) such vehicles per family may be parked or stored on any lot containing the dwelling unit of such family; and

WHEREAS, prior to the enactment of such local law, the Town Board must determine the environmental significance, if any, of the proposed action; and

WHEREAS, upon a review of Type II Actions, Actions deemed not to have any significant adverse environmental impact, it appears that “routine or continuing agency administration and management” are listed Type II Actions, and are actions deemed not to have any significant effect upon the environment;

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Town Board of the Town of Ogden, Monroe County, New York, as follows:

SECTION I: That by the adoption of this Resolution the Town Board does Find and Determine that the proposed adoption of Local Law #2 of the year of 2020, is a Type II Action, an action deemed not to have any adverse environmental impacts.

SECTION II: That the enactment of Introductory Local Law #1 of the year 2020 may proceed without further regard to the provisions of SEQR.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes: 

Nays:

Resolution #114-3.11.20

RESOLUTION

INTRODUCTORY LOCAL LAW # 2-2020

Introduced by Councilman 

Seconded by Councilman

WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Ogden did heretofore advertise and conduct a Public Hearing to consider the enactment of Introductory Local Law #2- 2020, which Local Law proposed to amend §300-82(c) to add “Utility Trailer” to the list of regulated items, and to provide that up to 2 (two) such vehicles per family may be parked or stored on any lot containing the dwelling unit of such family; and

WHEREAS, such Public Hearing was duly held and conducted by the Town Board of the Town of Ogden on the 11th day of March, 2020 and at which hearing, all interested persons were heard concerning the subject matter thereof; and

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Town Board of the Town of Ogden, Monroe County, New York, as follows:

SECTION I: That by the adoption of this Resolution, the Town Board does hereby enact Introductory Local Law #2-2020, which Local Law reads and provides as follows:

Amend §300-82 (c) to read and provide as follows:

C. A camper, camper trailer, utility trailer, mobile home or house trailer having an overall length of 35 feet or less may be parked on public property and may be parked or stored outside on private property, subject to the following regulations:

Only two such vehicles per family may be parked or stored on any lot containing the dwelling unit of such family. The foregoing notwithstanding, there shall be no restriction on the number of such vehicles parked or stored within an enclosed garage.

SECTION II: That the Town Clerk shall file this Local Law with the Secretary of State as required by law.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes:

Nays:

Resolution #115-3.11.20

RESOLUTION AND NEGATIVE DECLARATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE LOCAL LAW #3-2020

Introduced by Councilman 

Seconded by Councilman

WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Ogden previously proposed to enact Local Law No. 3 of the year 2020 which local law proposed to adopt a local law adding a definition of Nursery School/Day Care Center/Child Care Center to Chapter 300 of the Town of Ogden Code and to provide for such facilities to be a Conditionally Permitted Use in the General Commercial District and Neighborhood Commercial Districts in the Town; and

WHEREAS, prior to the enactment of such local law, the Town Board must determine the environmental significance, if any, of the proposed action; and

WHEREAS, upon a review of Type II Actions, Actions deemed not to have any significant adverse environmental impact, it appears that “routine or continuing agency administration and management” are listed Type II Actions, and are actions deemed not to have any significant effect upon the environment;

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Town Board of the Town of Ogden, Monroe County, New York, as follows:

SECTION I: That by the adoption of this Resolution the Town Board does Find and Determine that the proposed adoption of Local Law #3 of the year of 2020, is a Type II Action, an action deemed not to have any adverse environmental impacts.

SECTION II: That the enactment of Introductory Local Law #1 of the year 2020 may proceed without further regard to the provisions of SEQR.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes: Nays:

Resolution #116-3.11.20

RESOLUTION

INTRODUCTORY LOCAL LAW # 3-2020

Introduced by Councilman 

Seconded by Councilman

WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of Ogden did heretofore advertise and conduct a Public Hearing to consider the enactment of Introductory Local Law #3- 2020, which Local Law adding a definition of Nursery School/Day Care Center/Child Care Center to Chapter 300 of the Town of Ogden Code and to provide for such facilities to be a Conditionally Permitted Use in the General Commercial District and Neighborhood Commercial Districts in the Town; and

WHEREAS, such Public Hearing was duly held and conducted by the Town Board of the Town of Ogden on the 11th day of March, 2020 and at which hearing, all interested persons were heard concerning the subject matter thereof; and

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Town Board of the Town of Ogden, Monroe County, New York, as follows:

SECTION I: That by the adoption of this Resolution, the Town Board does hereby enact Introductory Local Law #3-2020, which Local Law reads and provides as follows:

Section I. Amend §300-6 Definitions to add Nursery School/Day Care Center/ Child Care Center, as follows:

Nursery School/Day Care Center/Child Care Center – an establishment or facility that provides supervision and care of infants, toddlers, preschool and school age children by persons other than their parents or legal guardians.

Section II. Amend §300-32(D) Neighborhood Commercial to add §300- 32(D)(7) Nursery School/Day Care Center/ Child Care Center

Section III. Amend §300-33(D) General Commercial District to add §300- 33(D)(10) Nursery School/Day Care Center/ Child Care Center

SECTION II: That the Town Clerk shall file this Local Law with the Secretary of State as required by law.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes: 

Nays:

X. ADJOURNMENT Resolution #117-3.11.20

Introduced by Councilman Seconded by Councilman

RESOLVED, that the Regular Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Ogden be and hereby is adjourned to Work Session at _____ p.m., at which time the public was invited to attend, and hereby is adjourned at _____ p.m.

Vote of the Board:

Ayes: 

Nays:

Resolution #118-3.11.20

Introduced by Councilman 

Seconded by Councilman

RESOLVED, that the Regular Meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Ogden reconvened at ____ p.m. and moved to Executive Session, to discuss __________ and hereby is adjourned at _____ p.m.

Vote of the Board:

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Nays:

https://www.ecode360.com/documents/OG0089/public/534190102.pdf

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