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Work Session of the Village Board
Note: This meeting is on Tuesday and will begin at 5pm with an Executive Session. The public portion of the meeting will begin at 5:30 pm
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2. Discussion on New York State Executive Order 203 regarding police reform. The Village will review the steps involved in developing a report and plan for local police reform. The Police Chief has provided his suggestions with steps beginning in the Fall, followed by the appointment of a Task Force, and the Village Board submitting the required report to the State by April 1, 2021.
3. Review of FY 2020-2021 1st Quarter Expenditures. The Board will review the revenues and expenditures at the end of the first quarter of this Fiscal Year to ascertain impacts of the Covid pandemic on the approved budget for the fiscal year beginning June 1, 2020. The Treasurer has also submitted proposed amendments to the budget to decrease both revenue and expenditure accounts.
4.. Review of revised RFP from Kevin Dwarka regarding the development of a Village-owned parcel (“The Katz Property”) at 41-51 Maple Street. Dr. Dwarka has revised his original RFP based on the report of the Municipal Place Task Force. The Board will review it. The return date for RFPs for this property would be set for November 4, 2020.
5. Review request from Cynthia Lippolis and the Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce to host the annual scarecrow contest. The contest would occur during the month of October and be open to individuals, families and groups.