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Decoding Village Agendas – April 11, 2022
Work Session of the Village Board
Georgianna Grant Room
1. Review of Proposed Fee Schedule for 2022-2023. Proposed fee changes include raises in Silver Lake passes for non-residents and daily fees for resident, increases for Senasqua Pavilion rentals and kayak storage, false alarm charges when there is no Alarm permit, rail station parking fees, and various Building Dept. fees.
2. Review of the Recreation Department Budget
The five account lines include Recreation Administration, Playgrounds and Recreation, Special Recreation Facilities, Youth Programs, and Senior Citizens. Overall, the 22/23 budget calls for expenditures of $559,683 with an increase of $33,997 over the prior year. The largest increase is in youth programs.
3. Review of the Administration Budget
The Administrative budget lines includes the following lines: Board of Trustees, Mayor, Manager, Auditor, Treasurer, Assessment, Tax Advertising, Village Clerk, Law, Engineering, Central Communications, Data Processing, Contingency, Registrar, Parking, Publicity, Historian, Zoning Board, Planning Board, Conservation, Emergency Disasters, Natural Resources and Undistributed.
The Tentative Budget is available on the Village website and the following codes apply to the Administration budget: A1010, A1110, A1210, A1230, A1320, A1325, A1355, A1362, A1410, A1420, A1440, A1650, A1680, A1900, A1990, A4020, A5650, A6410, A7510, A8010, A8020, A8710, A8760, A8790, A9000