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Decoding Village Agendas – May 3, 2021
Regular Meeting of the Village Board
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- Public Hearing on the special permit application from Regan Development Corporation for a proposed multi-residential building at 41-51 Maple Street. Regan Development has applied for a Special Permit to construct at 33-unit apartment complex at this location. It would consist of 11 1-BR, 11 2BR, and 11 3BR units. The Village-owned property was previously the subject of a Village-initiated RFP process in which the Regan Development was selected.
- Review of the Environment Assessment Form Part II and the Village’s Local Waterfront
Revitalization Program policies by the Village Board to determine consistency related to the special use permit application from Regan Development Corporation for a proposed multi-residential building at 41-51 Maple Street. As part of the SEQRA review process, the Village Board is required to review the Environmental Assessment Form for the project. The Board must also determine the project’s consistency with the Village’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP) by review the Coastal Assessment Form.
- Letter from Kelly Turturro, Regional Director for New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation, regarding funding for this year’s Croton River Stewards program. The Village is copied on this letter to the NYNJ Trail Conference indicating the DEC’s intent to support the Croton River Stewards program and will contribute $20,000 to the program costs.
- Letter from George Latimer, County Executive, and municipal leaders requesting changes to the Croton Gorge Unique Area. This letter to the NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation requests that the DEC implement a registration/reservation system to control the number of visitors to the Croton Gorge Unique Area which belongs to the DEC. It is co-signed by Supervisors Puglisi and Levenberg as well as Mayor Pugh.
|c. Memorandum from Chief of Police John Nikitopoulos regarding the new police patch designfor the Croton-on-Hudson Police Department. As called for in Action #14 of the recentlyapproved Police Reform Plan, the Department has spent considerable time in evaluating potentialnew patch designs and have reached agreement on a design which features the American eagle.|
- Consider adoption of a resolution which rejects bigotry, ignorance and hate, in all of its forms. This resolution is in response to the recent escalating verbal abuse and vicious, physical assaults on the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. It encompasses all targeted, victimized and scapegoated populations.
- Consider authorizing the Village Manager to execute a renewal agreement with SeamlessDocs of New York, New York, for the hosting of online Village forms for the period of June 1, 2021, through May 31, 2022, at a cost of $3,300. SeamlessDocs provides the support for forms and payments for the Village’s Recreation, Treasurer and Village Clerk Offices.