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OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK
Southold Town Board

 

SOUTHOLD TOWN BOARD

Regular Meeting

 

November 8, 2017
7:00 PM

 

A Regular Meeting of the Southold Town Board was held Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at the Meeting Hall, Southold, NY.

Call to Order

7:00 PM Meeting called to order on November 8, 2017 at Meeting Hall, 53095 Route 25, Southold, NY.

 

Attendee Name

Organization

Title

Status

Arrived

James Dinizio Jr

Town of Southold

Councilman

Present

 

William P. Ruland

Town of Southold

Councilman

Present

 

Jill Doherty

Town of Southold

Councilwoman

Present

 

Robert Ghosio

Town of Southold

Councilman

Present

 

Louisa P. Evans

Town of Southold

Justice

Present

 

Scott A. Russell

Town of Southold

Supervisor

Present

 

Elizabeth A. Neville

Town of Southold

Town Clerk

Present

 

William M Duffy

Town of Southold

Town Attorney

Present

 

I. Reports

1.              Building Department Monthly Report

2.              Zoning Board of Appeals Monthly Report

3.              Programs for the Disabled Monthly Report

4.              Recreation Department Monthly Report

5.              Department of Public Works Monthly Report

6.              Town Clerk Reports

II. Public Notices

1.              US Army Corps of Engineers

III. Communications

IV. Discussion

1.              9:00 Am - John Sepenoski

2.              9:15 Am - Jeff Standish, Tim Abrams and Jim Bunchuck

3.              9:45 Am - Denis Noncarrow

4.              9:30 Am - Denis Noncarrow, Rona Smith and Damon Hagan

5.              Amendments to Chapter 280-13 – Zoning, Use Regulations

6.              10:00 Am - Amy Folk

 

7.              Motion To:              Motion to Enter Executive

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby Enter into Executive Session at 10:31AM for the purpose of discussing the following matters:

 

Potential Property Acquisition(S), Publicity of Which Would Substantially Affect the Value Thereof

 

Labor- Matters Involving the Employment of a Particular Person(S)

 

Litigation- Town of Southold V. Vineyard 48

RESULT:              ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Louisa P. Evans, Justice

SECONDER:              William P. Ruland, Councilman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

8.              EXECUTIVE SESSION - Potential Property Acquisition(S), Publicity of Which Would Substantially Affect the Value Thereof

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

10.              EXECUTIVE SESSION - Litigation- Town of Southold V. Vineyard 48

 

11.              Motion To:              Motion to Exit Executive

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby Exit/Recess from this Executive Session at 1:49 PM.

RESULT:              ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Louisa P. Evans, Justice

SECONDER:              Jill Doherty, Councilwoman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

 

12.              Motion To:              Recess 9:00 AM meeting

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby Recess this 9:00 AM meeting of the Town Board at 1:49 PM until the 4:00PM & 7:00PM Public Hearings and the Regular 7:00PM Meeting of the Southold Town Board.

RESULT:              ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              William P. Ruland, Councilman

SECONDER:              Jill Doherty, Councilwoman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

Pledge to the Flag

 

1.              Motion To:              Reconvenes 9:00 AM meeting

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby reconvenes the 9:00 AM meeting of the Southold Town Board at this 4:00PM Public Hearing on the Budget of the Southold Town Board.

RESULT:              ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Scott A. Russell, Supervisor

SECONDER:              William P. Ruland, Councilman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

 

2.              Motion To:              Motion to recess to Public Hearing

RESOLVED that this meeting of the Southold Town Board be and hereby is declared Recessed at 4:00 pm in order to hold a public hearing on the 2018 Preliminary Town Budget and Capital Budget.

RESULT:              ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Louisa P. Evans, Justice

SECONDER:              William P. Ruland, Councilman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

Public Hearings

3.              Robert Ghosio, Jr.

4.              Supervisor Scott A. Russell

5.              Robert Dunn, Peconic

6.              Supervisor Russell

7.              Councilman William P. Ruland

8.              Supervisor  Russell

9.              Robert Dunn

10.              Supervisor Russell

11.              Councilman Ghosio

12.              Supervisor Russell

 

13.              Motion To:              Adjourn Public Hearing

RESOLVED that this public hearing of the Southold Town Board be and hereby is declared adjourned at 4:14P.M. to be reconvened at the 7:00PM Regular Meeting.

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                                                                                             Elizabeth A. Neville

                                                                                             Southold Town Clerk

RESULT:              ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Louisa P. Evans, Justice

SECONDER:              William P. Ruland, Councilman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

Pledge to the Flag

 

1.              Motion To:              Reconvenes 9:00 AM meeting

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby reconvenes the 4:00 PM public hearing of the Southold Town Board at this ­7:00 PM Regular Meeting of the Southold Town Board.

RESULT:              ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Scott A. Russell, Supervisor

SECONDER:              William P. Ruland, Councilman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

 

2.              Motion To:              Motion to recess to Public Hearing

RESOLVED that this meeting of the Southold Town Board be and hereby is declared Recessed at 7:01 PM  in order to reconvene the public hearing on the 2018 Preliminary Budget and Capital Budget.

RESULT:              ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Louisa P. Evans, Justice

SECONDER:              Jill Doherty, Councilwoman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

3.              Councilman Robert Ghosio, Jr.

4.              Supervisor Scott A. Russell

5.              Justice Louuisa P. Evans

6.              Supervisor Russell

7.              Adopt  Preliminary  2018 Budget & Set Public Hearing

This public hearing was declared CLOSED at 7:05 pm

RESULT:              CLOSED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Louisa P. Evans, Justice

SECONDER:              William P. Ruland, Councilman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

 

8.              Motion To:              Reconvenes 9:00 AM meeting

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby reconvenes the 9:00 AM meeting of the Southold Town Board at 7:05PM at this 7:00PM Regular Meeting of the Southold Town Board.

RESULT:              ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]

MOVER:              Scott A. Russell, Supervisor

SECONDER:              William P. Ruland, Councilman

AYES:              Dinizio Jr, Ruland, Doherty, Ghosio, Evans, Russell

Opening Comments

1.              Suervvisor Russell

V. Resolutions

 

2017-918

CATEGORY:                            Audit

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Approve Audit

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby approves the audit dated November 8 2017.

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Yes/Aye

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Abstain

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William P. Ruland

Voter

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Jill Doherty

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Robert Ghosio

Seconder

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Louisa P. Evans

Mover

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Scott A. Russell

Voter

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2017-919

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, November 21, 2017 at Southold Town Hall, 53095 Main Road, Southold, New York at 4:30 P. M..

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William P. Ruland

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Jill Doherty

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Robert Ghosio

Seconder

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Louisa P. Evans

Mover

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Scott A. Russell

Voter

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2017-915

Tabled 10/24/2017 7:30 PM

CATEGORY:                            Enact Local Law

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Enact L L Chapter 275 Coastal Contractor Licensing

 

WHEREAS, there has been presented to the Town Board of the Town of Southold, Suffolk County, New York, on the 29th  day of August, 2017, a Local Law entitled “A Local Law in relation to Amendments to Chapter 275, Wetlands and Shoreline, in connection with Coastal Contractor Licensing” 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 will be 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 Amendments to Chapter 275, Wetlands and Shoreline, in connection with Coastal Contractor Licensing” reads as follows:

 

LOCAL LAW NO. 16 of 2017

 

A Local Law entitled, “A Local Law in relation to Amendments to Chapter 275, Wetlands and Shoreline, in connection with Coastal Contractor Licensing”.

 

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

 

I.              Purpose.

In order to continue to protect the natural state of the shorelines and wetlands within the Town of Southold, it is the purpose of these amendments to provide herein for a strengthened system of local licensing of marine contractors in order to more fully protect homeowners and responsible marine contractors alike.

 

II.              Chapter 275 of the Code of the Town of Southold is hereby amended as follows:

 

§ 275-2.  Definitions; word usage.

COASTAL CONSTRUCTION - The repair, modification, re-construction or new construction of structures including but not limited to bulkheads, docks, floats, jetties, groins, catwalks, stairways, decks, revetments, any erosion or water control device.  Included in this definition is landscape design, landscape architecture, the installation or maintenance of lawns, hedges, trees and other plantings or structural elements such as patios, decks, retaining walls, in-ground irrigation systems, or other work in and around wetland areas which requires a permit pursuant to this Chapter entitled Wetlands and Shorelines or Chapter 111 Coastal Erosion Hazard Areas of the Town Code.

 

COASTAL CONTRACTOR - A person who carries out, engages in, undertakes or holds himself out to others as performing or available to perform coastal construction.

 

§ 275-3(a) Licensing of Coastal Contractors.

A.              Commencing January 1, 2018 it shall be unlawful for any person to engage in coastal construction in the Town of Southold without first obtaining a license from the Southold Town Clerk’s Office in accordance with the provisions of this Chapter. Such license or a copy thereof shall be available at all of the contractor’s work sites and shall be produced to any official having jurisdiction upon demand.  Licenses for coastal contractors are non-transferable.

B.              Exceptions.

No license shall be required for the following:

(1)              An individual who engages in coastal construction on their own residential property.  This exception shall not apply to  corporations, limited liability companies or other unincorporated business entities.

(2)              An individual who performs labor or services for a licensed coastal contractor for wages or salary.

(3)              An architect, professional engineer, land surveyor or any other person who is required by state or Town law to attain standards of competency or experience as a prerequisite to engaging in such craft or profession and who is acting exclusively within the scope of the craft or profession for which he is currently licensed.

(4)              Any municipality or government agency.

C.              Fees.

(1)              The fee for a coastal contractor’s license shall be set by the Town Board, and shall be paid upon the filing of each application.  A license issued hereunder shall be for a period of one year from the date of issuance thereof.

D.              Insurance required.

A coastal contractor shall have a certificate of insurance and workers compensation insurance covering liability upon applying for a coastal contractor’s license and shall maintain such policy during the period the license is in effect.  In addition to the above coastal contractors must provide proof of an issued Suffolk County Contractors license where applicable.  Failure to maintain said coverage will provide grounds for revocation of the license pursuant to § 275-3a(E).

E.              Acknowledgement of Town Law Compliance

All applicants for a coastal contractors license shall be required to read, review and provide an acknowledgement that they are on affirmative notice of Chapters 111 and 275 of the Town Code and agree to abide by the requirements set forth therein.  They must further acknowledge that failure to do so may result in the revocation of the coastal contractors license.

F.              Revocation of license.

(1)              Licenses issued under the provisions of this chapter may be revoked by resolution of the Board of Trustees upon notice and hearing before the Board of Trustees.

(2)              Licenses may be revoked for failure of contractors to abide by the terms and conditions of Trustee Permits and/or violations of Section 275 of the Town Code.

(3)              Notice of the hearing before the Board of Trustees for revocation of a license shall be given in writing, setting forth the grounds of the complaint and the time and place of hearing.

(4)              Grounds for a hearing shall be a conviction for a violation of section 275-5 or 275-11 of the Town Code

(5)              Such notice shall be sent by certified mailing to the address provided in the application for the license on file in the Town Clerk’s Office, or, in the alternative, to the license holder’s last known address.  Such notice must be mailed at least five days prior to the date of the hearing.

(6)              At the conclusion of said hearing, the Board of Trustees may, at their discretion, suspend or revoke the license or take no action.

(7)              In the event of two or more suspensions the Trustees may move to permanently bar the holder from license eligibility.

(8)              In addition to the revocation hearing, a violation of the provisions of this chapter may be separately maintained in the Town Justice Court in accordance with § 275-16.

§ 275-16. Compliance requirements; penalties for offenses. 

                            For each offense against any of the provisions of this chapter or any regulations made

              pursuant thereto, or failure to comply with a written notice or order of any Director of

              Code Enforcement, Zoning Inspector, or Bay Constable within the time fixed for

              compliance therewith, the owner, occupant, builder, architect, contractor or their

              agents or any other person who commits, takes part or assists in the commission of

              any such offense or who shall fail to comply with a written order or notice of the

              Director of Code Enforcement, Zoning Inspector, or Bay Constable shall be subject to

              the following fine schedule. Each day on which such violation occurs may constitute

              a separate, additional offense.[Amended 12-18-2007 by L.L. No. 23-2007; 3-23-2010 by L.L. No. 1-2010]

              (1)              Failure to obtain a permit. Any person conducting operations within the

                            jurisdiction of the Trustees without first obtaining a permit according to the

                            procedures outlined in this chapter shall be subject to a fine of not less than

                            $1,000 and not more than $4,000 $6,000 or a term of imprisonment of not less

                            than 15 days nor more than six months, or both.

              (2)              Failure to comply with the terms of a permit.

                            (a)              Any person failing to comply with the terms of a permit shall be subject to

                                          a fine of not less than $500 $1,000 and not more than $4,000 $6,000. For

                                          each subsequent offense, the violator shall be guilty of a misdemeanor

                                          punishable by a fine not less than $1,000 $2,000 nor more than $7,500

                                          $10,000 or a term of imprisonment of not less than 15 days nor more than

                                          six months, or both.

                            (b)              Any person failing to comply with posting the permit and/or the

                                          requirement for supporting plans to be available for immediate inspection

                                          pursuant to § 275-10 shall be subject to a fine of not more than $1,000.

              (3)              Failure to heed a stop-work order. Any person conducting operations in direct

                            contradiction to the terms of a stop-work order shall be subject to a fine of not less

                            than $1,000 and not more than $4,000 $6,000. For each subsequent offense, the

                            violator shall be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not less than

                            $1,000 $2,000 nor more than $7,500 $10,000 or a term of imprisonment of not

                            less than 15 days nor more than six months, or both.

              (4)              Restoration. In lieu or in addition to these punishments, any offender may be

                            punished by being ordered to restore the affected wetland to its condition prior to

                            the offense. Any such order shall specify a reasonable time for the completion of

                            such restoration, which shall be effected under the supervision of the approving

                            authority. The Trustees reserve the right to require specific replanting and

                            restoration methods including specific survivability and success criteria.

              (5)              Failure to comply with a restoration plan. Any person failing to comply with the

                            terms of a mandated restoration plan as detailed in Subsection B(4) of this section

                            within the proscribed period of time for completion shall be guilty of an offense

                            and subject to a fine of not less than $1,000 and not more than $4,000 $6,000.

              (6)              For the offense of conducting or engaging in any coastal construction project or

                            business without having first obtained a license, or while his license is suspended

                            or revoked, a violator shall be subject to a fine of not more than $5,000 for the

                            first offense and not more than $10,000 for each subsequent offense.

              (6) (7)              Mitigation. When on-site wetlands restoration and creation may be unfeasible due

                            to technical or other constraints, other mitigative measures, such as off-site

                            wetland restoration or creation, may be required.

              (7) (8)              Other offenses. For an offense against any of the provisions of this Chapter not

                            specifically designated above, a violator shall be subject to a fine of not more than

                            $1,000.

 

III.              SEVERABILITY

If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section, or part of this Local Law shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, the judgment shall not affect the validity of this law as a whole or any part thereof other than the part so decided to be unconstitutional or invalid.

 

IV.               EFFECTIVE DATE

This Local Law shall take effect January 1, 2018 after filing with the Secretary of State as provided by law.

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William P. Ruland

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Jill Doherty

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Robert Ghosio

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2017-916

Tabled 10/24/2017 7:30 PM

CATEGORY:                            Enact Local Law

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Enact LL Parking Chapter 189

 

WHEREAS, there has been presented to the Town Board of the Town of Southold, Suffolk County, New York, on the 12th day of September, 2017, a Local Law entitled “A Local Law in relation to Amendments to Chapter 189 Parking, in connection with Town Parking 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 will be 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 Amendments to Chapter 189 Parking, in connection with Town Parking Permits” reads as follows:

 

LOCAL LAW NO. 17 of 2017

 

A Local Law entitled, “A Local Law in relation to Amendments to Chapter 189 Parking, in connection with Town Parking Permits”.

 

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

 

I.              Purpose.

 

II.              Chapter 189 of the Code of the Town of Southold is hereby amended as follows:

 

Chapter 189. Parking

Article I. Parking at Beaches

 

§ 189-3. Parking permits.

Parking permits for parking vehicles in the parking areas designated in § 189-2 of this article shall be issued as follows:

 

              A.  Resident parking permit.

                            (1)              A resident parking permit shall be issued by the Town Clerk or a person

                                          designated by him to all persons who are qualified residents of the Town

                                          of Southold. Persons applying for a resident parking permit shall be

                                          requested to sign an application in affidavit form and submit for inspection

                                          the following as proof of residence: [Amended 5-25-1971; 3-25-1975 by

                                          L.L. No. 1-1975; 7-14-1987 by L.L. No. 11-1987]

                                          (a)              A valid tax receipt stub for the current year for any taxable real

                                                        property within the Town of Southold assessed in the name of the

                                                        applicant.

                                          (b)              A valid motor vehicle registration in the name of the applicant and

                                                        to an address located within the Town of Southold or to an address

                                                        corresponding to the address of a validated tax receipt stub for the

                                                        current tax year for any taxable real property within the Town of

                                                        Southold affixed to the application.

                                          (c)              Such other proof of residence as is satisfactory to the Town Clerk.

                            (2)              The Town Clerk or a person designated by the Town Clerk shall inspect

                                          such application to determine that the applicant is a qualified resident of

                                          the Town. Upon approval of the application, a resident parking permit

                                          shall be issued and inscribed with the vehicle license registration number.

                                          Such permit shall not be transferred to any other vehicle. [Amended

                                          3-25-1975 by L.L. No. 1-1975; 12-28-1984 by L.L. No. 10-1984]

                            (3)              Resident parking permits for motor vehicles shall be permanently

                                          affixed to the right side of the front bumper of such vehicle and shall

                                          be valid for the vehicle and an attached trailer.[Amended 5-9-1972;

                                          10-18-1994 by L.L. No. 21-1994]

                            (4)              A Resident Parking Permit shall be valid for two years.  The first two (2)

                                          year permit period shall commence January 1, 2018 and terminate on

                                          December 31, 2019.  Thereafter, a new two (2) year permit period shall

                                          commence on January 1st of every even-numbered year.

                            (5)              The fee for the issuance of a resident parking permit shall be such fee as

                                          shall be prescribed by a resolution of the Southold Town Board.[Added

                                          3-25-1975 by L.L. No. 1-1975]

             

              B.              Lessee parking permit.

                            (1)              A lessee parking permit shall be issued by the Town Clerk or a person

                                          designated by him to all persons who lease or rent property within the

                                          Town of Southold but do not qualify as residents as defined in § 189-3A

                                          hereof. Persons applying for a lessee parking permit shall present an

                                          application in affidavit form, signed by the lessee and the owner of the

                                          property, setting forth:

                                          (a)              The location of the leased or rented property.

                                          (b)              The persons occupying the same.

                                          (c)              The term of such tenancy.

                            (2)               Upon a determination by the Town Clerk or person designated by him that

                                          the applicant is entitled to a lessee parking permit and upon the payment

                                          of the permit fee, such permit shall be issued and inscribed with the

                                          vehicle license registration number and shall be affixed to the vehicle in

                                          the same manner as provided in § 189-3A(3) hereof.

                            (3)              The fee for the issuance of a lessee parking permit shall be such fee as

                                          shall be prescribed by resolution of the Southold Town Board.

             

              C.              Hotel-motel parking permits.

                            (1)              Hotel-motel parking permits shall be issued by the Town Clerk or a person

                                          designated by him to the owners or their designated managers of hotels,

                                          motels, rooming or boarding houses and trailer parks, for use by the

                                          paying guests temporarily residing therein. Persons applying for a

                                          hotel-motel parking permit shall present an application to the Town Clerk

                                          in affidavit form, signed by the applicant, setting forth:

                                          (a)              The number of rental units available at the applicant's premises.

                                          (b)              The number of permits applied for.

                                          (c)              The designated business name, if any, of the premises applied for.

                            (2)              Upon a determination by the Town Clerk or a person designated by him

                                          that the applicant is entitled to such permits and upon payment of the

                                          required permit fee, permits shall be issued; provided, however, that the

                                          number of permits issued shall not exceed the number of rental units

                                          available at the premises applied for. Such permits shall be inscribed with

                                          the name of the applicant or the designated business name of the                                                                       applicant's premises and shall be used only by paying guests occupying

                                          the premises for which such permits are issued.

                            (3)              Hotel-motel parking permits shall be transferable and shall be displayed

                                          on the dashboard on the passenger side of the vehicle. The owner or

                                          manager to whom such permits are issued shall make no charge for the use

                                          of such permits by such guests, but may require a deposit to ensure return

                                          of a permit. [Amended 11-24-1992 by L.L. No. 19-1992]

                            (4)              The fee for the issuance of a hotel-motel parking permit shall be such fee

                                          as shall be prescribed by resolution of the Southold Town Board.

 

              D.              One-day nonresident permits.

                            (1)              One-day nonresident parking permits may be issued for the parking of

                                          vehicles on the parking areas at Southold Town Beach, and Norman E.

                                          Klipp Marine Park and New Suffolk Beach to any person by the attendant

                                          on duty at such parking areas or by the Town Clerk. [Amended 5-9-1972;

                                          4-14-1998 by L.L. No. 5-1998; 7-17-2007 by L.L. No. 17-2007]

                            (2)              Such permit shall be valid only for the day on which the same is issued.

                                          Any permit not fully filled in shall be invalid. [Amended 4-14-1998 by

                                          L.L. No. 5-1998]

                            (3)              The fee for the issuance of a one-day nonresident parking permit shall be

                                          such fee as shall be prescribed by resolution of the Southold Town Board.

             

              E.              Guest permits.

                            [Added 12-28-1982 by L.L. No. 9-1982]

                            (1)              Guest parking permits shall be issued by the Town Clerk or a person

                                          designated by the Town Clerk to all persons who are qualified residents of

                                          the Town of Southold, as defined in § 189-3A hereof, for use by guests

                                          temporarily residing in the dwelling of such resident. A resident applying

                                          for a guest parking permit shall present an application in affidavit form,

                                          signed by the applicant, setting forth the following:

                                          (a)              The location of the property to be occupied by the guests.

                                          (b)              The names and permanent addresses of the guests.

                                          (c)              The length of time of the guest occupancy.

 

                            (2)              Upon a determination by the Town Clerk or person designated by the

                                          Town Clerk that the applicant is entitled to a guest parking permit and

                                          upon the payment of the permit fee, such permit shall be issued and

                                          inscribed with the vehicle license registration number and shall be affixed

                                          to the vehicle in the same manner as provided in § 189-3A(3) hereof.

 

                            (3)              The fee for the issuance of a guest parking permit shall be such fee as shall

                                          be prescribed by a resolution of the Southold Town Board.

 

              F.              Nonresident seasonal beach parking permit. Beach parking permits for

                            nonresidents for the period January 1 through December 31 may be issued by the

                            Town Clerk of the Town of Southold upon application therefor at a sum

                            prescribed by resolution of the Southold Town Board, which annual sum shall

                            include both be for the vehicle only. and boat trailer. [Added 7-14-1987 by L.L.                                           No. 11-1987; amended 10-23-1990 by L.L. No. 21-1990; 10-18-1994 by L.L. No.

                            21-1994; 2-23-1995 by L.L. No. 4-1995]

 

              G.              Trailer Permit. 

              1.              A Trailer Permit shall be required for any trailer used to launch a boat at

                            the boat ramp or road end locations set forth in section 189-2 B or C.

              2.              A Trailer permit shall be required at all times to park a trailer in any of the

                            parking areas designated in sections 189-2 A, B, or C.

              3.              A Trailer Permit shall be issued by the Town Clerk or a person designated

                            by him to all persons who are qualified residents of the Town of Southold.

                            Persons applying for a Trailer Permit shall be required to meet the same

                            requirements set forth in section 189-3 A.

              4.              A trailer Permit shall be affixed to the tongue of the trailer.

              5.              The fee for a Trailer Permit shall be set from time by time by resolution of

                            the Town Board.

 

              H,              Commercial Boat Hauler/Launcher Permit. Any business engaged in the

                            launching of transporting and/or launching boats shall be required to obtain a

                            Commercial Boat Hauler Permit.

                            1.              A Commercial Boat Hauler/Launcher Permit shall only be issued by the

                                          Town Clerk or a person designated by him to an individual or corporate

                                          entity engaged in the business of transporting and/or launching  boats

                                          with a principle place of business located in the Town of Southold.

                            2.              The fee for a Commercial Boat Hauler/Launcher Permit shall be set from

                                          time by time by resolution of the Town Board.

             

              G.I              Night fishing parking permit. For the purpose of ensuring fishermen and shell

                            fishermen parking access to the beaches, creeks and waters within the Town of

                            Southold when such parking access is normally closed (10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.),

                            the following exception to § 189-2G is hereby created: [Added 8-10-2010 by L.L.

                            No. 8-2010]

                            (1)              Night fishing parking permit. A night fishing parking permit shall be

                                          issued by the Town Clerk or a person designated by the Town Clerk to all                                                         persons who hold a resident, lessee or guest parking permit.

                            (2)              Any motor vehicle having a night fishing parking permit shall be deemed

                                          not to be in violation of § 189-2G or § 189-3G where both the night

                                          fishing permit and the resident, lessee or guest parking permit are properly                                           displayed.

                            (3)              The following rules and regulations apply:

                                          (a)              At the time a motor vehicle with a night fishing permit is parked at

                                                        a location during a time in which parking is normally prohibited by

                                                        § 189-2G and § 189-3G, the occupants of the vehicle must have

                                                        fishing equipment and be actively engaged in fishing. The permit

                                                        is nontransferable and valid only for vehicles bearing the license

                                                        plate number on the permit.

                                          (b)              Fees. There shall be no annual fee for night fishing permits.

                                          (c)              Duration of permits. All night fishing permits provided for in this

                                                        section shall expire at the same time as the resident, lessee or guest

                                                        parking permit.

                            (4)              Other regulations. Persons using parking areas pursuant to the provisions

                                          of this               section shall comply with all other laws, ordinances, rules,                                                                       regulations and restrictions thereto

 

II.              SEVERABILITY

If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section, or part of this Local Law shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, the judgment shall not affect the validity of this law as a whole or any part thereof other than the part so decided to be unconstitutional or invalid.

 

IV.               EFFECTIVE DATE

This Local Law shall take effect January 1, 2018 after filing with the Secretary of State as provided by law.

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2017-920

CATEGORY:                            Budget Modification

DEPARTMENT:              Public Works

 

Telephone Line

Financial Impact:

Fund Telephone account for over extended telephone line and remaider of 2017

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby modifies the 2017 General Fund Whole Town; Building & Grounds budget as follows:

 

From:

A.1620.4.400.600              Equipment Maint./Repair              $3,000                                          Total              $3,000

                           

To:

A.1620.4.200.100              Utilities/Telephone              $3,000                                          Total              $3,000

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2017-921

CATEGORY:                            Employment - FIFD

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Accept Resignation of Richard Jenkins

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby ratifies and approves the resolution of the Fishers Island Ferry District adopted September 18, 2017 that accepts the resignation effective August 31, 2017 of Richard Jenkins, Deckhand (FIFD) for the Fishers Island Ferry District.

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2017-922

CATEGORY:                            Surplus Equip - Non Usable

DEPARTMENT:              Trustees

 

Surplus Unusable VHF Radio

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby declares the following equipment to be surplus and unusable equipment:  West Marine VHF500DSC radio from Asset #3528.

 

Be it further RESOLVED that the Town Board authorizes and directs the Town Clerk to properly dispose of such equipment.

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2017-923

CATEGORY:                            Attend Seminar

DEPARTMENT:              Building Department

 

Meeting

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby grants permission to Electrical Inspector Roger Richert to attend a meeting on Authorizations to Install and Temporary Inspection Certificates in Melville, on November 13, 2017.  All expenses for registration and travel to be a legal charge to the 2017 Building Department budget (meetings and seminars).

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2017-924

CATEGORY:                            Bid Acceptance

DEPARTMENT:              Information Technology

 

Bid for Used IT Equipment

 

WHEREAS the Town Clerk advertised for bid various IT equipment and

 

WHEREAS no bids were received for said equipment, now therefor be it

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby authorizes and directs this equipment to be removed from the Town's asset list and destroyed and recycled.

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2017-925

CATEGORY:                            Budget Modification

DEPARTMENT:              Information Technology

 

Information Technology - Budget Modification

Financial Impact:

Move funds to cover unexpected purchases.  The need has arisen to purchase equipment from accounts that are under funded. Moving these funds will permit the purchase of this equipment.

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby modifies the 2017 Information Technology budget as follows:

 

From:

A.1680.4.400.250              Network & Systems Consultant              $2500.00

A.1680.4.400.425              Router Maintenance              $1000.00

              Total              $3500.00

To:

A.1680.4.400.350              Server Maintenance              $2500.00

A.1680.4.400.420              Network Equipment Maintenance              $1000.00

              Total              $3500.00

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2017-926

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

2017 Retirement Reporting

 

WHEREAS, the State of New York has set additional reporting requirements in Section 315.4 of the New York Codes, Rules and Regulations which requires all elected and appointed officials whose terms start on or after August 12, 2009, who are members of the New York State and Local Retirement System and who do not participate in their employer’s time keeping system to prepare a log of their work-related activities for three consecutive months and submit their logs to the clerk or secretary of the governing body within 150 days of the start of their term;

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby establishes the following as standard workdays for elected and appointed officials and will report the following days worked to the New York State and the Local Employees’ Retirement System based on the record of activities maintained and submitted by these officials to the clerk of this body:

 

Title                            Name                            Standard   Term Begins/  Participates in    Days/Month(based on

                                                        Work                     Ends                   Employer’s         Record of Activities)

                                                        Day                                               Time Keeping             

                                                          (Hrs/day)                                 System

                                                                                         

 

Appointed Official

 

Planning Board Member      

              

                      James H. Rich, III     6        1/1/16-12/31/20      N                 5.38

 

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that said standard is being established to meet the accounting requirements of the new York State Employees Retirement System for calculation of retirement benefits, and

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Town Clerk be and she hereby is authorized to send a certified copy of this resolution to the New York State Employees Retirement System.

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2017-927

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Appoint Seasonal Police Officer

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby appoints Patrick Robbins to the position of Seasonal Police Officer for the Southold Town Police Department, effective immediately, at a rate of $21.23 per hour.

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2017-928

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Place Seasonal Police Officer on Leave of Absence

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby immediately places Seasonal Police Officer Patrick Robbins on a leave of absence, pending further action by the Town Board prior to the start of the 2018 summer season.

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2017-929

CATEGORY:                            Grants

DEPARTMENT:              Government Liaison

 

2018 CDBG Program

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby authorizes and directs Supervisor Scott A. Russell to sign the Project Description Forms for the 2018 Community Development Block Grant Program as follows:

 

Community Action of Southold Town              $ 5,000

 

Maureen’s Haven              $ 5,000

 

Improvements to Recreation and Community Centers              $40,000

(upgrade entrances and parking to ADA standards)

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William P. Ruland

Seconder

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Jill Doherty

Mover

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Robert Ghosio

Voter

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Louisa P. Evans

Voter

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Scott A. Russell

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2017-930

CATEGORY:                            Refund

DEPARTMENT:              Town Clerk

 

Various Clean Up Deposits

 

WHEREAS the following groups have supplied the Town of Southold with a refundable Clean-up Deposit fee, for their events and

 

WHEREAS the Southold Town Police Chief, Martin Flatley, has informed the Town Clerk's office that this fee may be refunded, now therefor be it

 

RESOLVED that Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby authorizes a refund be issued in the amount of the deposit made to the following

 

Name                                                                                    Date Received                             Amount of Deposit

 

Old Town Arts & Crafts Guild                            5/31/17                                          $250.00

PO Box 392

Cutchogue, NY 11935

 

Southold PTA                                                                      10/20/17                                          $250.00

c/o Beth Wineberger

PO Box 470

Southold, NY 11971

 

Oysterponds  UFSD                                                        10/23/17                                          $250.00

23405 Main Road

Orient NY 11957

 

Mattituck Lions Club                                                        9/25/17                                          $250.00

c/o Christopher Salmon

555 Horton Avenue

Mattituck NY 11952

ü Vote Record - Resolution RES-2017-930

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Supervisor's Appt

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Tax Receiver's Appt

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Rescinded

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Town Clerk's Appt

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Supt Hgwys Appt

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No Action

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Yes/Aye

No/Nay

Abstain

Absent

James Dinizio Jr

Voter

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William P. Ruland

Mover

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Jill Doherty

Seconder

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Robert Ghosio

Voter

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Louisa P. Evans

Voter

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Scott A. Russell

Voter

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2017-931

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Acknowledges Retirement Robert I Scott Jr.

 

WHEREAS, the Town of Southold has received email notification on November 2, 2017 from the NYS Retirement System concerning the retirement of Robert I Scott Jr. effective Januray 1, 2018 now therefore be it

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby acknowledges the intent to retire of Robert I Scott Jr. from the position of Board of Assessors Member for the Town of Southold effective January 1, 2018.

ü Vote Record - Resolution RES-2017-931

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Supervisor's Appt

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Tax Receiver's Appt

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Town Clerk's Appt

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Supt Hgwys Appt

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No Action

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Yes/Aye

No/Nay

Abstain

Absent

James Dinizio Jr

Voter

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William P. Ruland

Voter

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Jill Doherty

Seconder

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Robert Ghosio

Voter

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Louisa P. Evans

Mover

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Scott A. Russell

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2017-932

CATEGORY:                            Employment - Town

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

Appoint Elizabeth Hudock Scale Operator

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby appoints Elizabeth Hudock to the position of Scale Operator for the Solid Waste Management District, effective November 19, 2017, at the entry level salary of $21.4462 per hour.

ü Vote Record - Resolution RES-2017-932

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Supervisor's Appt

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Tax Receiver's Appt

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Town Clerk's Appt

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Supt Hgwys Appt

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No Action

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Yes/Aye

No/Nay

Abstain

Absent

James Dinizio Jr

Voter

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William P. Ruland

Voter

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Jill Doherty

Voter

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Robert Ghosio

Mover

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Louisa P. Evans

Seconder

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Scott A. Russell

Voter

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2017-933

CATEGORY:                            Budget Modification

DEPARTMENT:              Solid Waste Management District

 

SWMD Budget Mods

Financial Impact:

To cover overdrawn lines; funds for rubber edge for Volvo loader.

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby modifies the 2017 Solid Waste Management District budget as follows:

 

From:

SR 8160.1.500.250  Landscaping Equipment              $   500

SR 8160.4.100.566              Maint-CAT Quarry Truck                 325

SR 8160.4.400.665  Repairs-CBI Grinder              500

SR 8160.4.400.682  Ford Tractor Repairs              1,000

              Total              $2,325

                           

To:

SR 8160.1.500.400              Telephone Equipment              $   500

SR 8160.4.100.500  Motor Vehicle Glass              225

SR 8160.4.100.552  Maint/Supply              1,500

SR 8160.4.100.576  Maint/Supply Windrow Turner                  100                                          Total              $2,325

ü Vote Record - Resolution RES-2017-933

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Adopted as Amended

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Defeated

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Tabled

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Withdrawn

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Supervisor's Appt

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Tax Receiver's Appt

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Rescinded

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Town Clerk's Appt

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Supt Hgwys Appt

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No Action

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Lost

 

 

Yes/Aye

No/Nay

Abstain

Absent

James Dinizio Jr

Mover

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William P. Ruland

Seconder

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Jill Doherty

Voter

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Robert Ghosio

Voter

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Louisa P. Evans

Voter

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Scott A. Russell

Voter

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2017-934

CATEGORY:                            Budget Modification

DEPARTMENT:              Accounting

 

FY 2017 Budget Modification- Engineering

Financial Impact:

Corrects budget modification from Resolution 2017-790 on 9/12/2017.  Project revenue and expense being accounted for in the Capital Fund.

 

RESOLVED that the Town Board of the Town of Southold hereby modifies the 2017 General Fund Fund Whole Town budget as follows:

 

Decrease:

A.2770.10              Miscellaneous              $43,295.00                                          Total              $43,295.00

                           

Decrease:

A.1440.4.400.100              Engineer, C.S., Equipment Rentals              $43,295.00                                          Total              $43,295.00

ü Vote Record - Resolution RES-2017-934