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Since 1987, the Town of Greenburgh has annually been granted the “The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting” by the National Government Financial Officers Association
 
The Town of Greenburgh has been designated a ”Tree City of the World,” 1 of 38 municipalities in the
U.S., and 1 of 2 municipalities in NYS.  "Tree Cities of the World" is a United Nations and the Arbor Day Foundation program
 
TOWN OF GREENBURGH TOWN BOARD MEETING
177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, NY 10607
Wednesday, January 12, 2022, 7:30 PM
AGENDA

***INCLUDES SWEARING IN CEREMONY OF NEWLY ELECTED, RE-ELECTED AND APPOINTED TOWN OFFICIALS***


This meeting can be viewed live at https://ny-greenburgh.civicplus.com/485/Watch-Live-Board-Meetings.  It is also archived for viewing, generally within 24 hours.  Town Board meetings held at the Greenburgh Town Hall may also be viewed live on the Town's government cable channels, Cablevision Channel 76 and Verizon Channel 35
 
DUE TO THE SIGNIFICANT CORONAVIRUS TRANSMISSION RATE THE PUBLIC WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE AUDITORIUM DURING THIS MEETING.  The public may view this meeting via cable TV or the live stream on the Town's Web site.  See above for viewing options.  The public may participate in the meeting where appropriate by sending an email to PublicComment@GreenburghNY.com no later than 6:00 PM on Wednesday.  A Zoom link will then be provided shortly before the meeting.  
REMINDER: AN APPROVED MASK WORN OVER BOTH NOSE AND MOUTH IS REQUIRED WHEN VISITING TOWN HALL AND OTHER TOWN BUILDINGS.  STAY SAFE!  
 
Anyone interested in serving on a board or commission should send a resume to the Town Board via Judith A. Beville, Town Clerk, 177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, NY 10607
  
THE TOWN BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY THE TOWN BOARD AGENDA AT ANY TIME
THE TOWN BOARD ALSO RESERVES THE RIGHT TO INTERVIEW CANDIDATES FOR BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE MEETING

Minutes of Town Board Meetings are posted on our Web Site
(Click the link for "Agendas and Minutes," scroll down to meeting date and click "Minutes")

To e-mail the Town Board (Supervisor Paul Feiner, Councilman Francis Sheehan, Councilman Ken Jones, Councilwoman Gina Jackson, Councilwoman Ellen Hendrickx), e-mail: TownBoard@GreenburghNY.com

PLEASE NOTE: TOWN BOARD MEETING AGENDAS ARE POSTED ON THE TOWN WEB SITE AND ONLY MAILED UPON A WRITTEN REQUEST TO THE TOWN CLERK, TownClerk@GreenburghNY.com

EVERYONE IS ENCOURAGED TO SPEAK BEFORE THE TOWN BOARD ON ANY SUBJECT;
HOWEVER, PERSONAL ATTACKS, OF ANY KIND, TOWARD ANYONE, WILL NOT BE PERMITTED

 
The Greenburgh Town Board appreciates comments from residents at its open meetings.  Recently, comments have been made that, whether intended or not, were hurtful to other members of the public because the comment perpetuated racial or religious tropes and stereotypes.  We believe it is appropriate to remind everyone that bigotry and hate have no place in Greenburgh.  As we move forward we will work together to educate each other around this issue.  Our goal is to maintain a robust and constructive dialogue.  We are confident that this Town can continue to have these dialogues.

UPCOMING TOWN BOARD MEETINGS:

           Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022, 7:30 PM Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022, 7:30 PM
  Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022, 7:30 PM Wednesday, Mar. 9, 2022, 7:30 PM
 
 
             
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 
SWEARING IN CEREMONY (speeches/comments will be held until after everyone is sworn)

Town Justice Bonnie Orden
Town Receiver of Taxes Venita Howard
Town Clerk Judith Beville
Town Councilwoman Ellen Hendrickx
Town Councilman Francis Sheehan
Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

APPOINTMENT OF INTERIM TOWN JUSTICE (first official vote of new Town Board)

Appointment of Erin O'Shea McGoey as Town Justice for a term to expire December 31, 2022


SWEARING IN CEREMONY (CONTINUED)

Town Justice Erin O'Shea McGoey

COMMENTS FROM OFFICIALS WILL BE FOLLOWED BY THE REGULAR MEETING
 
ROLL CALL:   Town Clerk
 
MOMENT OF SILENCE

In memory of the 842,141+ individual victims of COVID-19 who have died in the United States, 5,492,595+ deaths worldwide, each leaving family members and friends too soon

In memory of Constantine Andreadis, (a/ka/ Dr. A) as he was known, a beloved and cherished teacher at Woodlands High School. He was the best. A kind, giving, caring and super involved teacher who loved everyone one of his students. He taught art and photography but also chaired the yearbook club and Greek club and directed the WISE Internship Program at Woodlands. He opened doors for so many to potential careers that students wouldn't have dreamed to explore without him.  He made coming to school a happy, warm, welcoming and inclusive experience. His classroom was always a safe place to go for help or advice.  He was an incredible educator who touched many lives in this community.
 
PRESENTATION
 
Promotion of Police officer Joaquin Algaba to the position of Police Detective
 
SUPERVISOR & TOWN COUNCIL REPORTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

          GOOD NEWS...The Town continues (since 2008) to have the highest possible bond rating from Standard & Poors (AAA) and (since 2010) (Aaa) from Moody's.  Less than 1% of communities in the nation have this record of financial stability.  Recently, on 3/23/2021, Moody's reaffirmed the Town earned Moody's highest rating and, on 03/26/2021, Standard & Poors once again reaffirmed the Town earned Standard & Poors highest rating.
Any individual or group interested in a visit from the Town Board should email the Board at TownBoard@GreenburghNY.com 
 
TOWN CLERK COMMENTS
 
PUBLIC HEARING
 
Continuation of a Public Hearing to consider a request for a modification with respect to a previously approved Site Plan Application of Avalon Green III, LLC, for property located at Town Green Drive (P.O. Elmsford, NY)
 
PUBLIC COMMENT (Please note change)

Advance signup via PublicComment@GreenburghNY.com
is required.  A five minute limit per speaker will be strictly enforced.  No interruptions by Town Board members, the Town Clerk or the public will be permitted.   Any questions or comments on agenda items or any other topic should be raised during this extended time period for the public to address the Town Board Department Heads have the option of leaving the meeting following Public Comment.  There will not be a second public comment period at the end of the meeting.   Any written comments sent to the PublicComment address will be forwarded to all Town Board members in advance of the meeting for their consideration.
 
TOWN BOARD – 989-1540
 
TB1 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing the Town Supervisor to execute a temporary construction easement with RMC Development Co. LLC for the installation of the road improvements along Valley Avenue in the Town and to enter into an Inter-Municipal Agreement (IMA) with the Village of Elmsford to perform the maintenance responsibilities of the Town portion of the road, as well as the portion in the Village of Elmsford, including plowing, sanding, and repairing of the road (To be held over to January 26, 2022 Town Board Meeting)
 
ASSESSOR - 989-1520
 
AS 1 - 1/12/2022
Resolution granting the Town Assessor, as provided by NYS, discretion to administer, where appropriate, exemptions on the 2022 Town Assessment Roll to persons who received such exemptions on the 2021 Assessment Roll, dispensing with the need for such persons to file renewal applications and dispensing with the requirement for the Town Assessor to send out said renewal applications
 
ATTORNEY – 989-1615
 
AT 1 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing settlement of property damage related Claim, File No.: 108/21C by Travelers Home and Marine Insurance Co., a/s/o Christine Raciti and Robert Raciti, for an amount not to exceed $6,038.43
 
AT 2 - 01/12/2022
Resolution authorizing tax certiorari settlement with petitioner Danny Rosamilia for property located at 26 Yellowstone Avenue. The Town’s share of the refund is $4,072±; the County’s share is $2,318±; the Bronx Valley Sewer District’s share is $307±; the Fairview Fire District’s share is $3,195±; the Consolidated Sewer Mtc District’s share is $132±; the Greenburgh Central School District’s share is $10,466±. Refunds from all sources total $20,490±
 
AT 3 - 01/12/2022
Resolution authorizing tax certiorari settlement with petitioner 68 East Hartsdale Avenue Owners Corp. for property located at 68 East Hartsdale Avenue. The Town’s share of the refund is $66,960±; the County’s share is $37,612±; the Bronx Valley Sewer District’s share is $4,980±; the Hartsdale Fire District’s share is $61,603±; the Consolidated Sewer Mtc District’s share is $2,413±; the Greenburgh Central School District’s share is $174,962±. Refunds from all sources total $348,531±
 
AT 4 - 01/12/2022
Resolution authorizing tax certiorari settlement with petitioner Central Westchester Tenants Corp. for property located at 100 East Hartsdale Avenue. The Town’s share of the refund is $8,363±; the County’s share is $4,848±; the Bronx Valley Sewer District’s share is $645±; the Hartsdale Fire District’s share is $7,181±; the Consolidated Sewer Mtc District’s share is $229±; the Greenburgh Central School District’s share is $20,692±. Refunds from all sources total $41,959±.
 
AT 5 - 01/12/2022
Resolution authorizing tax certiorari settlement with petitioner Hartsdale Ave. Properties LLC for property located at 150, 160 & 170 East Hartsdale Avenue. The Town’s share of the refund is $88,665±; the County’s share is $49,829±; the Bronx Valley Sewer District’s share is $6,568±; the Hartsdale Fire District’s share is $81,636±; the Consolidated Sewer Mtc District’s share is $3,193±; the Greenburgh Central School District’s share is $232,007±. Refunds from all sources total $461,898±
 
AT 6 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing tax certiorari settlement with petitioner Gagliardi Enterprises 530 LLC for property located at 530 Tarrytown Road. The Town’s share of the refund is $18,367±; the County’s share is $10,232±; the Bronx Valley Sewer District’s share is $1,359±; the Fairview Fire District’s share is $14,510±; the Consolidated Sewer Mtc District’s share is $663 the Greenburgh Central School District’s share is $47,810±. Refunds from all sources total $92,940±
 
CLERK – 989-1500
 
CL 1 - 1/12/2022
Resolution scheduling Public Hearings for Wednesday, January 26, 2022, 7:30 PM, to consider an Amended Site Plan Application and adopting an Order setting a Public Hearing to hear a petition to extend the Consolidated Water District No. 1 submitted by Hackley School, located at 293 Benedict Avenue, (P.O. Tarrytown)
 
COMPTROLLER – 989-1603
 
CO 1 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing Fiscal Year 2021 budget transfers
 
PARKS & RECREATION – 693-8985
 
PR 1 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing award to lowest bidder or New York State contract approved vendor, whichever is lowest cost per item meeting specification, for Paper Goods and Kitchen Supplies for 2022, at a cost not to exceed $41,297.86
 
PR 2 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing the Town of Greenburgh Department of Parks & Recreation to solicit Requests for Proposals for the Development, Operation, Maintenance and Management of Seasonal Tennis Facilities through lease agreements at Anthony F. Veteran Park
 
PR 3 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing the Town of Greenburgh Department of Parks & Recreation to solicit Request for Proposals for the Operation of Food Concessions for Anthony F. Veteran Park
 
PR 4 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing the release of Trust and Agency Parkland Funds for the development of (4) Four Pickleball Courts at East Rumbrook Park
 
POLICE – 989-1740
 
PO 1 – 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing the Supervisor to enter into an Inter-Municipal Agreement (IMA) with the Villages of Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, and the Town of North Castle, to continue a Task Force aimed at Drug and Alcohol Enforcement
 
PO 2 - 1/12/2022
Resolution promoting Police Officer Joaquin Algaba to the position of Police Detective
 
PUBLIC WORKS - 989-1575
 
PW 3 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing the award of bid for Water Materials and Supplies to the lowest responsible bidders for 2022
 
PW 4 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing the retention of Michael Broder as a consultant to assist the Department of Public Works, for an amount not to exceed $35,000 annually
 
PW 1 - 1/12/2022
Resolution authorizing the award of bid for Water Treatment Chemicals to the lowest responsible bidders for 2022
 
PW 2 - 1/12/2022
Resolution awarding bid for Chemical Systems Maintenance & Repair Services to Thomas English & Associates for 2022
 

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