Elizabeth A. Neville                            Town Hall, 53095 Main Road

              TOWN CLERK                            PO Box 1179

                                          Southold, NY  11971

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AGENDA

 

SOUTHOLD TOWN BOARD

June 19, 2018
4:30 PM

 

POLICY:              At scheduled Town Board meetings, the attending public is encouraged to briefly address the Town Board relating to agenda resolutions prior to their enactment; the public will also be given time at the conclusion of the regularly scheduled business agenda to address the Board on any given topic.

 

ONLINE ACCESS:  The Agenda is generally available the Friday before the meeting.  The video of the meeting is usually available 1-2 hours after the meeting.  Minutes with adopted resolutions are available 1-2 days after the meeting.  A full copy of the minutes, agenda and meeting video can be viewed in one of two ways:

(1) The town of Southold website:    www.southoldtownny.gov   Click on “Town Board On-Line”; Click Box “Yes” to be redirected to IQM2 and you will then be redirected to the Town Clerk online site.

 (2)   www.townclerk.com  Enter zip code 11971 in box on lower right hand side and enter.  On the left hand side of screen a dark blue box will pop up, you will see "Town of Southold, Long Island, NY", click on this and another box will pop up that will tell you that you are being directed to another site click on “Yes”  to go into the  Town Clerk site.

 

Go to the date of the meeting and click on "Minutes Packet" this is the full copy of the resolutions. (Scroll to bottom of page for KEY to symbols).  You can view the live video of the meeting by clicking on the camera symbol.  All of this information is available 24/7.

 

If you would like help navigating the site, please feel free to call my office 631-765-1800.

 

              Call to Order

4:30 PM Meeting called to order on June 19, 2018 at Meeting Hall, 53095 Route 25, Southold, NY.

 

Attendee Name

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Councilman James Dinizio Jr

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Councilman William P. Ruland

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Councilwoman Jill Doherty

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Councilman Robert Ghosio

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Justice Louisa P. Evans

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Supervisor Scott A. Russell

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I.              Reports

1.              Planning Department Monthly Report

May 2018

2.              Justice Court Reports

May 2018

3.              Department of Solid Waste Monthly Report

May 2018

4.              Recreation Department Monthly Report

May 2018

5.              Town Clerk Monthly Report

May 2018

II.              Public Notice

III.              Communications

IV.              Discussion

1.              9:00 AM - Jeff Standish

Fishers Island Tennis and Basketball Courts/ Fencing Update and Installation of New Big Belly Trash Receptacles in Southold

2.              9:15 AM - Michael Collins, Jamie Richter. Jeff Standish and Denis Noncarrow

ADA Building Renovation Projects

3.              9:30 Am - Jamie Richter

Wells Road Drainage Project Status

4.              9:45 AM - Denis Noncarrow with Councilman Ruland

Fleet Management Update

5.              10:00 Am - Vincent Orlando

Road Resurfacing Update

6.              Councilman Ruland

Update on Seasonal Traffic Issues

7.              Councilwoman Doherty

Proposed Rental Code Revisions

8.              Councilman Ghosio

Discussion of Code Changes to Address Aircraft Noise

9.              Coastal Erosion Hazard Board of Review Appeal of Southold Sunset Holdings, LLC

Follow up from 6/5 Work Session PH

10.              Set Public Coastal Erosion Appeal of Southold Sunsets Holdings, LLC

History:

06/05/18              Town Board              ADJOURNED                            Next: 06/19/18

11.              Amendments to the Fishers Island Enabling Act

12.              Proposed Changes to Highway Street Tree Code

Chapter 161- Highway Specifications

13.              EXECUTIVE SESSION - Labor - Matters Involving the Employment of a Particular Person(S)

Town Attorney re: Code Enforcement
11:30 AM - Councilman Ruland, Denis Noncarrow and Lloyd Reisenberg

14.              EXECUTIVE SESSION - Litigation

Long Island Power Authority v. Suffolk

              Public Hearings

 

2018-568

Tabled 6/5/2018 7:30 PM

CATEGORY:                            Enact Local Law

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

ENACT - Local Law Chapter 207 Rental Permits

 

WHEREAS there has been presented to the Town Board of the Town of Southold, Suffolk County, New York, on the 8th day of May, 2018, a Local Law entitled “A Local Law in relation to Rental Permits” and

 

WHEREAS the Town Board of the Town of Southold held a public hearing on the aforesaid Local Law at which time all interested persons were given an opportunity to be heard, now therefor be it

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby ENACTS the proposed Local Law entitled, “A Local Law in relation to Rental Permits” reads as follows:

 

LOCAL LAW NO.      2018

 

BE IT ENACTED by the Town Board of the Town of Southold as follows:

 

I.              A new Chapter 207 of the Code of the Town of Southold is hereby adopted as follows:

 

A Local Law entitled, “A Local Law in relation to Rental Permits”

 

§ 207-1 Legislative intent.

A.              The intent of this chapter is to preserve the aesthetic integrity of our residential neighborhoods, prevent neighborhood blight, protect residential property values, encourage residential property maintenance and enhance the quality of life in our residential neighborhoods.

B.              This chapter is intended to apply to all dwelling units within the Town of Southold.  The Town Board of the Town of Southold has determined that there exists in the Town of Southold serious conditions arising from non-owner occupied rental of dwelling units in one, two and three family and multiple dwellings that are substandard or in violation of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code, Building Rehabilitation Code, Electrical Code, Fire Prevention Code, Plumbing Code, and other codes and ordinances of the Town. Many of these dwellings are inadequate in size, overcrowded and dangerous, and such dwelling units pose hazards to life, limb and property of residents of the Town and others, tend to promote and encourage deterioration of the housing stock of the Town, create blight and excessive vehicle traffic and parking problems and to overburden municipal services. The Board finds that current Code provisions are inadequate to halt the proliferation of such conditions and that the public health, safety, welfare and good order and governance of the Town will be enhanced by enactment of the regulations set forth in this chapter, which regulations are remedial in nature and effect. The Board also finds that owner occupied dwellings can also fall into disrepair and not be adequately maintained, which has a detrimental effect on neighborhoods.

C.              Nothing herein shall interpreted to supersede any requirements contained in Chapter 280 or any other chapter of the Town Code of the Town of Southold.

 

§ 207-2 Definitions.

As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:

 

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL - The official who is charged by the Town Board with the administration and enforcement of this chapter, or any duly authorized representative of such person, including but not limited to the Building Inspector, Chief Building Inspector, Principal Building Inspector, Senior Building Inspector, Building Permits Examiner, Zoning Inspector, Electrical Inspector, Plumbing Inspector, Fire Marshal, Fire Marshal I, Fire Marshal II, Chief Fire Marshal, Town Investigator, Senior Town Investigator, Ordinance Enforcement Officer or Ordinance Inspector of the Town of Southold, Stormwater Manager, Town Engineer and such person(s) shall be certified as a New York State Code Enforcement Official; Code Enforcement Officer.

 

DWELLING - A building designed exclusively for residential purposes.

 

DWELLING, MULTIPLE-FAMILY - A building, other than a or apartment house, designed for and occupied as a residence by three or more families living independently of each other.

 

DWELLING, ONE-FAMILY - A detached building designed for and occupied exclusively as a home or residence by not more than one family.

 

DWELLING, TWO-FAMILY - A building arranged, designed for or occupied exclusively as a home or residence for not more than two families living independently of each other.

 

DWELLING UNIT - A single unit within a building or structure providing complete independent living facilities for one or more persons, including permanent provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation.

 

IMMEDIATE FAMILY -The immediate family of the owner of a housing unit consists of the owner's spouse, domestic partner, children, parents, grandparents or grandchildren, siblings, uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and in-laws.

 

OWNER - Any person, partnership, corporation or other entity who, alone or jointly with others, shall have legal title to any premises, with or without accompanying actual possession thereof; or who shall have charge, care or control of any dwelling unit as a cooperative shareholder or as executor, administrator, trustee, receiver or guardian of the estate or as a mortgagee in possession, title or control; including but not limited to a bank or lending institution, regardless of how such possession, title or control was obtained.

 

RENT - A return, in money, property or other valuable consideration (including payment in kind or for services or other thing of value), for use and occupancy or the right to use and occupancy of a dwelling unit, whether or not a legal relationship of landlord and tenant exists between the owner and the occupant or occupants thereof.

 

RENTAL DWELLING UNIT - A dwelling unit established, occupied, used or maintained for rental occupancy

 

RENTAL OCCUPANCY -  The occupancy or use of a dwelling unit by one or more persons as a home or residence under an arrangement whereby the occupant or occupants thereof pay rent for such occupancy and use.

 

RENTAL OCCUPANCY PERMIT - A permit which is issued upon application to the Code Enforcement Officer designated by the Town Board with the administration of this Chapter and shall be valid for 24 months from the date of issuance.

 

§ 207-3 Neighborhood preservation requirements.

A.              Surface and subsurface water shall be appropriately drained to protect buildings and structures and to prevent the accumulation of water. Gutters, culverts, catch basins, drain outlets, stormwater sewers, approved combined storm and sanitary sewers or other satisfactory drainage systems shall be utilized to prevent damage to any portion of the subject or adjacent properties or any improvements thereupon.

B.              Steps, walks, driveways, parking areas and other paved areas shall be maintained in good repair.

C.              Yards shall be kept clean and free of physical hazards and debris.

D.              All lawns, common areas and recreation areas shall be maintained in a clean and neat condition, and grass shall be cut periodically to restrict growth in excess of 12 inches in total height. No portion of a lawn shall be damaged or destroyed by overuse or by the parking or driving of motor vehicles on such established lawn area. Carpet, tarps, sand or materials that damage or destroy the lawn shall not be placed anywhere upon a front lawn at any time. No portion of any front lawn shall be used for the parking, placement or storage of motor vehicles, trailers, boats or campers.

E.              Exterior surfaces of any and all dwellings, structures and accessory structures, including but not limited to fences that are not inherently resistant to deterioration, shall be periodically treated with a protective coating of paint or other suitable preservative. All surfaces shall be maintained free of deterioration, including but not limited to broken or missing glass, loose or missing shingles or siding, crumbling brick, stone and mortar and peeling, scaling or deteriorated paint.

F.              Dwellings, structures and accessory structures shall be maintained so as to be free of conditions detrimental to safety or health.

G.              Dwellings, structures, accessory structures and property shall be maintained free of vermin, rodent harborage and infestation. Methods used for exterminating vermin and rodents shall conform to Suffolk County Health Department standards.

H.              Adequate sanitary facilities and methods shall be used for the collection, storage, handling and disposal of garbage and refuse and sewage pursuant to Suffolk County Health Department standards.

I.              Floors, walls, ceilings and fixtures in residential dwellings shall be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition.

J.              Dwellings, structures and accessory structures shall be free of partitions or locked internal doors barring access between segregated portions of the building or dwelling unit.

K.              No bedroom or sleeping quarters shall have interior key locks or dead bolt locked doors servicing said bedroom or sleeping quarters.

L.              No bedroom shall constitute the only means of access of other bedrooms or habitable spaces, and bedrooms shall not serve as the only means of egress from other habitable spaces.

M.              Carbon monoxide alarms and detectors shall be installed on every habitable floor of any dwelling, structure or accessory structure with a carbon monoxide source, in accordance with the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code and Town Code Chapters 100 and 144.

 

§ 207-4 Fees.

Rental Permit fees to be set by Town Board resolution.

 

§207-5 Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.

 

Each rental dwelling shall be equipped with a functioning smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors, in compliance with New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code.

 

§207-6 Inspections.

A.              No permit shall be issued under any application unless all the provisions of the Code of the Town of Southold, the laws and sanitary and housing regulations of the County of Suffolk and the laws of the State of New York have been complied with.

B.              The Code Enforcement Official is authorized to make or cause to be made inspections, to determine the condition of dwellings and to safeguard the health, safety, morals and welfare of the public. The Code Enforcement Official or his designated representative is authorized to enter, upon the consent of the owner, any dwelling, dwelling unit, rooming house, rooming unit or premises at any reasonable time during daylight hours or at such other time as may be necessary in an emergency, without consent of the owner, for the purpose of performing his duties under this chapter.

C.              Search without warrant restricted. Nothing in this chapter, except for provisions concerning emergency inspections, shall be deemed to authorize the Code Enforcement Official or his authorized representative to conduct an inspection of any premises subject to this chapter without the consent of the owner of the premises or without a warrant duly issued by an appropriate court.

D.              Conflict with other chapters or law. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to negate the authority for inspections pursuant to any other section of law or court-ordered inspection.

E.              Presumption of rent. Any dwelling, dwelling unit, rooming house, rooming unit or any other premises subject to this chapter shall be presumed to be rented for a fee and a charge made if said premises are not occupied by the legal owner thereof. This presumption shall be rebuttable.

 

§207-7 Application for search warrant.

The Code Enforcement Official or his designated representative is authorized to make application to the Town of Southold Justice Court or Supreme Court of Suffolk County, or any court of competent jurisdiction, for the issuance of a search warrant in order to conduct an inspection of any premises covered by this chapter where the owner refuses or fails to allow an inspection of its rental premises and where there is reasonable cause to believe that a violation of this chapter has occurred. The application for a search warrant shall in all respects comply with the applicable laws of the State of New York.

 

§207-8 Rental permit required.

A.              It shall be unlawful for any rental occupancy to exist in any dwelling without the owner's first having obtained a rental permit from the Code Enforcement Official.

(1)              It shall be an affirmative defense to a violation of Subsection A of this section that the rental occupant or occupants is/are immediate family members of the owner of the subject premises, as defined in this chapter.

B.              Entities including, but not limited to, limited-liability companies, corporations, small corporations, partnerships and professional corporations shall have a valid rental permit in effect at any time the dwelling is occupied.

C.              Application review; inspection of premises.

(1)              The Code Enforcement Official or his designee shall review each application for completeness and reject incomplete applications. The Code Enforcement Official shall create and approve the application requirements in accordance with this chapter.

(2)              Inspection report. the owner of the rental dwelling unit shall (1) arrange for an inspection of the unit or units and the premises on which the same are located by the Code Enforcement Official or his designee employed by the Town of Southold, or (2) provide to the Code Enforcement Official an inspection report, designed and approved by the Code Enforcement Official, signed by either a New York State licensed professional engineer, New York State licensed architect or home inspector who has a valid New York State Uniform Fire Prevention Building Code certification that the structure and the dwelling units contained therein meet all applicable housing, sanitary, building, electrical and fire codes, rules and regulations.

D.              Rental permit requirements.

              (1)              Rental permit applications shall be in writing on a form designed and

                            approved by the Code Enforcement Official and shall include the owner's name,

                            address and telephone number.

              (2)              Rental permits shall also include the maximum number of persons that are

                            allowed to occupy the premises pursuant to this chapter.

              (3)              Rental permits shall contain a description of the unit, including the number of

                            rooms in the rental dwelling unit, and the dimensions and use of each such room

                            shall be included. The name, address and telephone number, if any, of the

                            managing agent or operator of each such intended rental dwelling unit shall be

                            included.

              (4)              All applicants must submit a sworn statement that there are no existing or

                            outstanding violations of any federal, state or county laws or rules or regulations

                            or of any Town of Southold local laws or ordinances pertaining to the property.

              (5)              All applicants for a rental permit shall sign an affidavit stating that they have

                            received a copy of and fully understand the Southold Town Code concerning the

                            restrictions on the number of unrelated persons occupying said residence.

              (6)              All applicants must submit the following documents:

                            (a)              An accurate property survey of the premises prepared by a licensed surveyor

                                                        drawn to scale not greater than 40 feet to one inch, or, if not shown on the

                                                        survey, a site plan prepared by a licensed surveyor or engineer, drawn to

                                                        scale, showing all buildings, structures, walks, drives and other physical

                                                        features of the premises and the number, location and access of existing and

                                                        proposed on-site vehicle parking facilities 

                            (b)              Copies of all certificates of occupancy and/or pre-certificates of occupancy

                                                        for all buildings and structures on the property.

                            (c)              An affidavit setting forth the address to be used as the last known address of

                                                        the owner for service pursuant to all applicable laws and rules. The owner

                                                        shall notify the Building Division of any change of address submitted

                                                        pursuant to this section within five business days of any change thereto.

              (7)              Each application shall be executed and sworn to by the owner of the premises.

              (8)              Any additional information required by the Code Enforcement Official.

              (9)              All rental properties containing eight or more rental units shall provide for a               designated site manager, who shall be available to address and resolve any issues

                            with the property 24 hours a day. The owner of the property must file the

                            manager's address, telephone number and other contact information with the

                            Code Enforcement Official within five days of the designation of the manager or

                            any changes thereto.

E.              Notwithstanding the above, no rental occupancy permit shall be required for a residential care facility licensed under federal, New York State or Suffolk County guidelines.

F.              Renewal of rental permits.

              (1)              The Code Enforcement Official shall design and approve a renewal rental permit

                            application form. A renewal rental permit application signed by the owner shall

                            be completed and filed with the Building Department on or 90 days prior to the

                            expiration date of any valid rental permit. A renewal rental permit application

                            shall contain a copy of the prior rental permit.

              (2)              A renewal rental permit application shall contain a signed sworn statement

                            setting forth the following:

                            (a)              That there are no existing or outstanding violations of any federal, state or

                                                        county laws or rules or regulations or of any Town of Southold local laws or

                                                        ordinances pertaining to the property; and

                            (b)              That there are no changes to any information as provided on the prior valid

                                                        rental permit and application.

              (3)              Prior to the issuance of a renewal rental permit, the owner shall cause an

                            inspection of the unit or units and the premises on which the same are located to

                            take place pursuant to Subsection C(2) above.

              (4)              The Town of Southold shall not accept, review or approve any renewal rental

                            applications for dwellings wherein the prior rental permit expiration date has

                            passed. If the expiration date has passed, the owner must file a new application.

G.              Registered motor vehicle restrictions.

              (1)              Each rental dwelling shall be entitled to have one registered motor vehicle for

                            each legally designated bedroom, as determined by the Code Enforcement

                            Official, as well as one additional registered motor vehicle located thereat.

 

§207-9 Revocation of permit.

A.              The Code Enforcement Official shall revoke a rental occupancy permit where he or she finds that the permit holder has caused, permitted, suffered or allowed to exist and remain upon the premises for which such permit has been issued, for a period of 14 business days or more after written, return receipt requested notice and opportunity to be heard has been given to the permit holder, or the managing agent of such rental dwelling unit, a violation of the Multiple Residence Law and/or New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code or a violation of this chapter or other chapter of the Town Code. Revocation of a permit under this subsection cannot be done by a devisee or assistant of the Code Enforcement Official.

B.              An appeal from such revocation may be taken by the permit holder to the Town Board, by written request, made within 30 days from the date of such revocation. The Town Board shall hold a public hearing on such appeal after receipt of written request of such appeal, and after such hearing shall make written findings and conclusions and a decision either sustaining such permit revocation or reinstating such permit within 30 days after close of such public hearing. Unless the Town Board directs otherwise in circumstances constituting serious threats to health and safety, the filing of an appeal shall stay the effectiveness of a permit revocation until the Town Board has considered and ruled upon the issue.

C.              Any permit holder that takes an appeal to the Town Board from the revocation of a rental permit shall be required to pay an administrative fee $200.00 to the Town Clerk with the written request for the appeal.

 

§207-10 Broker's/Agent's responsibility.

A.              Broker's/Agent's responsibility prior to listing. It shall be unlawful and a violation of this chapter and an offense within the meaning of the Penal Law of the State of New York for any broker or agent to list, solicit, advertise, exhibit, show or otherwise offer for lease, rent or sale on behalf of the owner any dwelling unit for which a current rental permit has not been issued by the Code Enforcement Official. It shall be the broker's or agent's duty to verify the existence of a valid rental permit before acting on behalf of the owner.

B.              It shall be unlawful and a violation of this chapter to accept a deposit of rent or security, or a commission, in connection with the rental of a rental dwelling unit located within the Town of Southold where no valid rental permit has been issued as required under this chapter.

C.              In the event that a person convicted of a violation of this section shall have been a real estate broker or salesperson licensed by the State of New York, at the time such violation was committed, the Town Clerk shall transmit a record of such conviction to the Division of Licensing Services of the Department of State and make complaint thereto against such licensee on behalf of the Town of Southold, pursuant to the provisions of Article 12-A of the Real Property Law.

 

§207-11 Enforcement.

This chapter shall be enforced by the Code Enforcement Officer as defined by this chapter.

 

§207-12 Penalties for offenses.

A.              Any person, association, firm or corporation which violates any provision of this chapter or assists in the violation of any provision of this chapter shall be guilty of a violation, punishable:

              (1)              By a fine not less than $500 and not exceeding $5,000 or by imprisonment for a

                            period not to exceed 15 days, or both, for conviction of a first offense.

              (2)              By a fine not less than $1,000 nor more than $10,000 or by imprisonment for a

                            period not to exceed 15 days, or both, for conviction of the second of the two

                            offenses, both of which were committed within a period of five years.

B.              Each week's continued violation shall constitute a separate additional violation.

C.              This section is enacted pursuant to Municipal Home Rule Law § 10(1)(ii) a(9-a) and § 10(1)(ii)d(3) and pursuant to § 10(5) of the Statute of Local Governments, and is intended to supersede Town Law § 268 and any other statute or local law to the extent necessary to increase the minimum and maximum penalties contained therein.

 

§207-13 Implementation.

This chapter shall be effective upon filing with the Secretary of State, whichever is later. No violation of this chapter will be charged prior to October 1, 2018.

 

II.  Severability.

If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part of this chapter shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate the remainder thereof, but shall be confined in its operation to the clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part thereof directly involved in said judgment.

 

III.  Effective Date.

This local law shall take effect upon filing with the Secretary of State.

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              PH 6/5 7:32 Pm - LL - Rental Permits

History:

06/05/18              Town Board              ADJOURNED                            Next: 06/19/18

              Minutes Approval

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby accepts the minutes dated: Tuesday, December 19, 2017

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby accepts the minutes dated: Tuesday, January 16, 2018

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby accepts the minutes dated: Tuesday, February 06, 2018

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby accepts the minutes dated: Tuesday, February 27, 2018

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby accepts the minutes dated: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

V.              Resolutions

 

2018-569

CATEGORY:                            Audit

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Approve Audit

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby approves the audit dated June 19, 2018.

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2018-570

CATEGORY:                            Set Meeting

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Next Town Board Meeting

 

RESOLVED that the next Regular Town Board Meeting of the Southold Town Board be held, Tuesday, July 3, 2018 at Southold Town Hall, 53095 Main Road, Southold, New York at 7:30 P. M..

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2018-571

CATEGORY:                            Authorize to Bid

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Advertise for Lubricant Bid

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby authorizes and directs the Town Clerk to advertise for bids for supplying Automotive and Equipment Lubricants and Fluids for a period of one (1) year from the acceptance of the bid.

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2018-572

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Acknowledges the Intent to Retire Lloyd Kalin

 

WHEREAS, the Town of Southold has received notification via U.S. Mail on June 5, 2018 from the NYS Retirement System concerning the retirement of Lloyd Kalin effective June 30, 2018 now therefore be it

 

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby acknowledges the intent to retire of Lloyd Kalin from the position of Highway Labor Crew Leader for the Highway Department, effective June 30, 2018.

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2018-573

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Amend Resolution 2018-559-Planning Board Appointment

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby amends Resolution 2018-559 adopted on June 5, 2018 to read as follows:

 

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby appoints Mary Eisenstein to the position of Member of the Planning Board effective June 5, 2018 through December 31, 2018.                              

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2018-574

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Amends Resolution 2018-560-Zoning Board of Appeals Appointment

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby appoints Robert W. Lehnert, Jr. to the position of Zoning Board of Appeals effective June 5, 2018 through December 31, 2022.                              

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2018-575

CATEGORY:                            Affordable Housing

DEPARTMENT:              Government Liaison

 

2018 Affordable Housing Allowances

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby sets the maximum initial sales price and maximum allowable monthly rent for 2018 for affordable housing units as follows:

               

                Home Purchase Price May Not Exceed

                Households earning 80% or less of the HUD               $233,400*

                median income for Nassau/Suffolk                          

 

                Households earning 100% or less of the HUD              $291,750**

                median income for Nassau/Suffolk                

 

                Households earning 120% or less of the HUD              $350,100***

                median income for Nassau/Suffolk

 

* 2.5 times the 80% median income family of four - Nassau/Suffolk County ($93,360)

**2.5 times the 100% median income family of four - Nassau/Suffolk County ($116,700)

***2.5 times the 120% median income family of four - Nassau/Suffolk County ($140,040)

 

Monthly Rental Amounts May Not Exceed (utilities may or may not be included)

                Efficiency                                           $ 1221.***

                One Bedroom                            $ 1527***

                Two Bedroom                            $ 1878***

                Three Bedroom                            $ 2428***

                Four Bedroom                            $ 2726***

 

                                *** represents HUD fair market rental

 

RESOLVED that pursuant to Chapter 240-10-B(2)(c)[2][a] of the Town Code,  the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby sets $233,400 as the amount of payment required per housing unit for Moderate Income Family Dwelling Units not built within the Town of Southold’s inclusionary zoning requirements.  Said amount reflects two times the Nassau/Suffolk median income for a family of four in accordance with the Long Island Workforce Housing Act.

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2018-576

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Human Resource Center

 

Accepts Resignation of  Debra Bellomo, PT Home Health Aide HRC

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby accepts the resignation of Debra Bellomo from the position of Part Time Home Health Aide for the Human Resource Center effective June 20, 2018.

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2018-577

CATEGORY:                            Budget Modification

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

2018 Budget Modification- Community Development

Financial Impact:

Correct budget for 2017 CDBG funding year

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby modifies the 2018 Community Development Fund budget as follows:

 

 

From:

CD.2743.44              Community Development, Year 44 (J)              $50,578                                          Total              $50,578

 

To:

CD.2743.43              Community Development, Year 43 (I)              $50,578                                          Total              $50,578

                           

From:

CD.8660.J.044.008              CAST              $5,000

CD.8660.J.044.010              Maureen’s Haven              $5,000

CD.8660.J.044.015              ADA Access- Rec Center              $42,090                                          Total              $52,090

 

To:

CD.8660.I.017.008              CAST              $5,000

CD.8660.I.017.010              Maureen’s Haven              $5,000

CD.8660.I.017.015              ADA Access- Rec Center              $42,090                                          Total              $52,090

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2018-578

CATEGORY:                            Property Usage

DEPARTMENT:              Recreation

 

Field Use – North Fork Women's Softball League

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold does hereby grant permission to the North Fork Women's Softball League to use the little league field at Tasker Park for league softball games.  Dates and times will be coordinated with the Recreation Department.  Appropriate fees have been charged as per the rules and regulations on the application for use of parks facilities.  Applicant has filed with the Town Clerk a One Million Dollar Certificate of Insurance naming the Town of Southold as additional insured. An updated Certificate of Insurance will be obtained upon policy renewal.

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2018-579

CATEGORY:                            Authorize to Bid

DEPARTMENT:              Human Resource Center

 

Authorization to Advertise for Bids for Repairs to Curbing and Walkways at HRC.

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby authorizes and directs the Town Clerk to advertise for bids for repairs to curbing and walkways at the Human Resource Center as part of the New York State and Municipal Facilities Program (“SAM”) Grant: Project ID# 8289 Improvements to Southold Town Senior Center.                                                                                 .

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2018-580

CATEGORY:                            Contracts, Lease & Agreements

DEPARTMENT:              Trustees

 

Letter of Intent & Annual Agreement with N.Y.S. E.F.C. C.V.A.P. - Town Pump Out Boat

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby authorizes and directs Supervisor Scott A. Russell to execute the 2018 Letter of Intent, Clean Vessel Assistance Program Operation & Maintenance Annual Application, Request for Reimbursement form, and any other accompanying documents between the Town of Southold and the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation in connection with the filing of a Clean Vessel Assistance Program Operation & Maintenance Grant Program Annual Application for 2018, for grant funds up to the maximum amount of $5,000.00 regarding the pump-out boat owned and operated by the Town of Southold, utilized for the Town, subject to the approval of the Town Attorney.

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2018-581

CATEGORY:                            Attend Seminar

DEPARTMENT:              Highway Department

 

Training - Skabry

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby ratifies a resolution to grant permission for Tom Skabry to attend on June 15th, 2018 a free safety training class to be offered at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum in Great River, New York at no cost to the town for travel, food, attendance and lodging.

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2018-582

CATEGORY:                            Budget Modification

DEPARTMENT:              Highway Department

 

2018 Budget Modification - Highway

Financial Impact:

Regular Earnings

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby modifies the 2018 Highway Fund Part Town budget as follows:

 

From:

DB.5130.2.500.300              Other Equipment              719.00

DB.5110.1.100.100              Full Time Regular Earnings              20,000.00

DB.5130.4.100.500              Parts and Supplies              2,500.00  

              TOTAL               $23,219.00

 

To: 

DB.5130.2.300.100              Light duty Vehicles              708.00

DB.5140.1.100.100              Brush/weed Regular Earnings              20,000.00

DB.5130.4.100.550              Tires              2,500.00

DB.5110.4.400.300              Drainage/piping              11.00

              TOTAL               $23,219.00 

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2018-583

CATEGORY:                            Refund

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Refund - Cornell

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby authorizes a refund of $30.00 to Tom Cornell 170 Jockey Creek Drive Southold, NY for the purchase of a disposal permit purchased in error.

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2018-584

CATEGORY:                            Attend Seminar

DEPARTMENT:              Assessors

 

Seminar - Claire Glew

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby grants permission to Claire Glew to attend an ACES (Assessment Community Enterprises System) Information Session in White Plains, New York on June 28, 2018.  Travel and any other expenses incurred to be a legal charge to the Assessors 2018 budget.

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2018-585

CATEGORY:                            Surplus Equipment

DEPARTMENT:              Police Dept

 

PD Asset Transfer to Highway Dept

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby transfers Asset #2689, 2001 Ford F150 Ford pick-up with VIN #1FTRX18W81KB42975 from Southold Town Police Department to the Southold Town Highway Department, effective immediately.

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2018-586

CATEGORY:                            Employment - FIFD

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Appoint Alyssa Hadley Seasonal Cashier

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby ratifies and approves the resolution of the Fishers Island Ferry District adopted June 11, 2018 that appoints Alyssa Hadley to the position of summer seasonal Cashier (FIFD) effective June 21, 2018 at a rate of $12.50 per hour

ü Vote Record - Resolution RES-2018-586

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2018-587

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Hire Pump Out Boat Operator

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby appoints James Finora to the seasonal position of Pumpout Boat Operator for the Trustees, effective June 22, 2018 through August 6, 2018, at a rate of $20.00 per hour.

ü Vote Record - Resolution RES-2018-587

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2018-588

CATEGORY:                            Refund

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Refund for Beach Permit

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby authorizes a refund of $20.00 to V. Demacopoulos, 5647 226th Street, Apt 1, Bayside, NY 11364 for a resident parking permit he applied for online but he is not a Town resident or property owner.

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2018-589

CATEGORY:                            Fireworks Permit

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Mattituck Environmental Fireworks Permit

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby approves the issuance of a Fireworks Permit by the Town Clerk to Mattituck Environmental LLC for a fireworks display on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 at 9:30PM (Rain Date: Saturday, July 7, 2018 at 9:30 PM) at 9205 Skunk Lane, Cutchogue, New York, upon payment of a single fee of $100.00 and subject to the applicant’s compliance with the requirements of the Town’s Policy regarding the issuance of fireworks permits.

ü Vote Record - Resolution RES-2018-589

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James Dinizio Jr

 

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William P. Ruland

 

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Jill Doherty

 

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Robert Ghosio

 

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2018-590

CATEGORY:                            Refund

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Refund for Beach Permit

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby authorizes a refund of $20.00 to Michael A. O’Donnell and Belina Mello, 314 8 Avenue Apt 3L, Brooklyn, NY 11215 for a resident parking permit as they applied for two (2) online but only needed one (1) permit.

ü Vote Record - Resolution RES-2018-590