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Decoding Village Agendas – January 14, 2019
Work Session of the Village Board
7: 30 p.m.
(Open to Public and Televised
Review of YTD financial statements for the current fiscal year. The Board will review the status of revenue and expenditures for the Village’s General, Water and Sewer Fund accounts at the mid-year point of Fiscal Year 2018/2019. This is in preparation for upcoming budget planning for the 2019/2020 budget and helps to ascertain whether assumptions made in prior budgets were accurate.
Further discussion on Police Department expansion and relocation of Recreation Department offices. This is a continuation of the discussion from the December work session on the expansion requirements for the Police Department in the Municipal Building and how that might coordinate with a possible move by the Recreation Department to the Gouveia Park building.
Discussion with members of the Croton Climate Initiative on sustainable policies. Members of CCI will be present to talk about initiatives on which the Village and CCI might work together.
Review of the Village’s capital planning process. The Board will look at the capital plans of the previous 5 fiscal years to see how and when various capital projects and proposed expenditures appear in the long range planning and how funding is anticipated. Capital planning for the General Fund covers Streets and sidewalks, Equipment, Fire Department, Emergency Medical Services, Municipal Garage and Parking Lot, Municipal Building renovations and equipment, Police Department, Recreation and Parks. There are also capital plans for the Water Fund and Sewer Fund.