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Decoding Village Agendas – March 9, 2020
Work Session of the Village Board
7: 000 p.m.
(Open to Public and Televised
NOTE: The meeting will start at 7:00 pm with an Executive Session. Regular business will begin at 7:30pm.
a. The Board will enter into executive session to discuss the medical, financial, credit or employment history of a particular person or corporation, or matters leading to the appointment, employment, promotion, demotion, discipline, suspension, dismissal or removal of a particular person or corporation, as well as the proposed sale of the Village-owned Hollis Lane property.
b. Further review of the traffic study conducted around the intersection of Grand Street and Old Post Road South. The Board will review the recommendations from the traffic control study performed for the Grand Street, Old Post Road South intersection. At a prior work session discussion, board members indicated they would like more time to review the options.
c. Discussion on utilizing banners and signage to help screen the Municipal Place DPW site. The Board will look at, and discuss, some possible banners or billboards that might be located at the corner of Municipal Place and South Riverside Ave. They would be Croton-oriented and depending on design, could provide information on the Village and events.
d. Discussion with members of the Advisory Board for the Visual Environment on their role and responsibilities. Members of the VEB will present their ideas on this matter and how best they can accomplish it.
e. Further discussion on the recreational kayak program at Echo Canoe Launch. The owner of the kayak rental concession at Echo Canoe Launch, John Clark, is asking for reconsideration by the Board of a one-year contract for his rental program. He has devised a way of identifying his equipment and customers as a means of better monitoring where possible problems may be coming from. As well, Mr. Clark believes that his employees’ presence at the site provides a form of stewardship and oversight.