Board of Trustees Regular Meeting

Event Date: 
Tuesday, May 12, 2020 - 6:30pm




MAY 12, 2020

The following is the Zoom Invitation information for every Board of Trustees meeting until further notice or as directed by New York State Executive Order.

Topic: Board of Trustees Meeting

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Telephone: 1 929 205 6099

Webinar ID: 205 957 953

Password: 309361

See instructions for remote participation at the end of the agenda.


Pledge of Allegiance

Public Hearing:

1.  Continuation of public hearing for review of 100 Main St addition/renovation

2.  Continuation of public hearing to consider the application of 115 Broadway/St. Cabrini to add a new parking lot on their property. (The public hearing will be adjourned for purposes of further review and report from the Board’s consultant)

3.  Continuation of public hearing to consider an introductory local law which proposed to amend the criteria, conditions and process for sidewalk café permits.

4.  Public hearing for the purposes of establishing the sewer rent rate at $1.359199677/CCF of water consumption and to consider rules and procedures for the operation of the Sewer Rent Program as set forth in Chapter 256.

Board Consideration/Deliberation Upon Closing of Public Hearings

Courtesy of the Floor  (Please limit comments to no more than 3 minutes)

Matters Requiring Action:

1.  Consider a motion to approve Audits #1 and #2 for May 2020 as recommended by the Village Treasurer.

2.  Consider a resolution approving the tax warrant for the 2020 tax year.

3.  Consider a motion to award the Library Cleaning Contract to the lowest responsible bidder,  T & A Cleaning for an amount of $1,425.00/month as recommended by Ms. Elizabeth Hobson/Library Director; and to authorize Ms. Hobson to sign the contract.


1.  April 28, 2020




During this pandemic crisis, our Statutory Board meetings will be conducted remotely. You will be able to participate via Zoom by internet or by telephone, or you can watch the meeting livestreamed on YouTube. The videos can also be viewed after each meeting on YouTube and will be posted to our website.

Courtesy of the Floor:  If you have a comment, question or concern which you would like to make, please email our Village Clerk by 3pm the day of the meeting. Be sure to include the meeting and agenda item you would like to address. Send comments to

For Public Hearings, we will accept emailed comments in advance of the hearings.  Please email by 3pm the day of the hearing.

For Zoom participants we will also enable the option for participants to “raise their hand” and voice their concern or question.


Technology Requirements

Desktop Computer, Laptop, Tablet, or Smartphone.

Speakers/Headphones - Most laptops, tablets, and smartphones have built-in speakers.

Webcam - Recommended, but not required. Most laptops, tablets, and smartphones have built-in webcams.

Internet Connection - It is important to note that the audio and video quality of the connection directly correlates with the quality of your internet connection.

To log onto zoom visit the link provided in the agenda. If you have questions on joining the meeting then, please click here for further support.
Once connected to the meeting you will be auto-muted to prevent audio interference.
When the meeting is about to start, click on that link and join the meeting.
The first time you use Zoom, a desktop client will be installed. Connect with computer audio to use your computer’s microphone and/or speakers.
For guidance on joining a Zoom meeting or a Zoom webinar, check out:

Here is a simple YouTube tutorial:

Simply call the number indicated in the Zoom invitation for that particular meeting. You will be automatically muted when you are on the call. If you wish to make a statement or comment, please send your query by email in advance of the meeting to

If dialing in by phone, you may raise your hand by dialing “9.”

You may also mute/ unmute yourself by dialing *6

Go to and click on the Videos tab.
The video will also be posted to the website. 

Please bear with us as we work out the kinks in this remote meeting process. 

Thank you all for your patience during this trying time.