Smithtown Town Board                                                                      Smithtown Town Board              99 West Main Street

                            Smithtown, NY  11787

              Regular Meeting              www.smithtownny.gov

 

              ~ Agenda ~              Vincent Puleo

                            (631) 360-7620

 

Tuesday, May 9, 2017              2:00 PM              Victor T. Liss Board Room

 

              CALL TO ORDER

              PUBLIC HEARINGS

1.  The Town Board to consider the Town’s entry onto certain real property located at 58 Wyandanch Boulevard, Commack, Town of Smithtown, New York 11725, for the purpose of removing the accumulation of assorted rubbish, garbage and debris as well as overgrown vegetation and large piles of leaves from the site, all in violation of Town Code Chapter 221.

2.  The Town Board to consider the Town’s entry onto certain real property located at the Northwest corner of State Route 111 and State Route 347 (SCTM #: 0800-157.000-02.00-046.002), reputedly owned by VEA 181ST REALTY CORPORATION, for the purpose of remediating and/or removing the structure/s thereat which have been designated as unsafe in accordance with the unsafe buildings standard as set forth in Chapter 112-25 of the Smithtown Town Code, as per the recommendation of the Director of the Building Department and the Town Attorney.

I.              CORRESPONDENCE

1.   Special Event - Sts. Philip & James R. C. Church Festival/Carnival Second Reading

2.   Special Event - Kings Park Chamber of Commerce Kings Park Day Second Reading

3.   Special Event - Kings Park Chamber of Commerce Music Concert Second Reading

4.   Special Event - L.I. Greenmarket Inc. Weekly Farmers Market Second Reading

5.   Special Event - Community Association of the Greater St. James Summer Nights Second Reading

6.   Parade/Run/Walk - Kings Park High School Homecoming Parade Second Reading

7.   Parade/Run/Walk - American Legion Post 944 Memorial Day Parade Third Reading

8.   Parade/Run/Walk - Nesconset Chamber of Commerce Fun Run Third Reading

9.   Parade/Run/Walk - NRSPF 5K Run Third Reading

10.   Parade/Run/Walk - NRSPF Canoe-Kayak Race Third Reading

11.   Parade/Run/Walk - NRSPF 5K Turkey Trot Third Reading

12.   Parade/Run/Walk - Holy Mother Mary KOC Memorial Day Parade First Reading

13.   Parade/Run/Walk - Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 5K Run/Walk First Reading

14.   Building Department Report - April, 2017

II.              RESOLUTIONS

1.              The Town Board after due study and deliberation of the subject record to issue a SEQRA Negative Declaration determination of non-significance (an EIS is not necessary)  in the following matters for reasons stated in a memorandum on the dates indicated:

A.  Marine Law Permit Application #CBML 2016-1 by Ralph D'Annucci, April 27, 2017.

B.  Town Board's own motion to amend Smithtown Town Code Chapter 322 regarding counter-service restaurant and drive-in windows, May 5, 2017.

2.              The Town Board to approve the following:

1.  Town Board - Regular Meeting - Apr 4, 2017 2:00 PM

B.  Sale of surplus Town Equipment as pre the attached list.

C.  Extension of Bid #14-030 for Tree Service with Reliable tree Services, Inc.

D.  Request for Assemblyman Michael J. Fitzpatrick and Senator John Flanagan to introduce legislation to authorize alienation of 3,600 square feet of parkland via lease agreement to facilitate the placement and operation of a personal wireless service facility at Callahan's Beach.

E.  Town Board to find that the activity proposed by Ralph D'Annucci in the Marine Law Permit Application #CBML 2016-1 located at Suffolk County Tax Map Parcel #801-4-1-8 does not violate the provisions of Section 138-14 of the Code of the Town of Smithtown, to approve the application subject to the conditions as recommended in a memorandum dated April 27, 2017 by Howard Barton 3rd, Assistant Environmental Protection Director, and to direct the Town Clerk to issue the requisite permit.

F.  Animal Shelter to dispose of office equipment with no value (see attached disposal forms) to the Parks Department for disposal at MSF. (Animal Shelter)

G.  The Town Clerk to issue a Parade/Run/Walk permit to the Nesconset Chamber of Commerce for a Fun Run to be held on Sunday, May 28, 2017 at 8:00 A.M.; and to notify the proper authorities.

H.  The Town Clerk to issue a Parade/Run/Walk permit to the Nissequogue River State Park Foundation for a 5K Run to be held on Friday, June 2, 2017 at 7:00 P.M.; and to notify the proper authorities.

I.  The Town Clerk to issue a Parade/Run/Walk permit to the Nissequogue River State Park Foundation for a Canoe-Kayak Race to be held on Saturday, July 22, 2017 at 9:30 A.M., with a rain date of Sunday, July 23, 2017 at 9:30 A.M.; and to notify the proper authorities.

J.  The Town Clerk to issue a Parade/Run/Walk permit to the Nissequogue River State Park Foundation for a 5K Turkey Trot to be held on Thursday, November 23, 2017 at 9:00 A.M.; and to notify the proper authorities.

K.  The Town Clerk to issue a Parade/Run/Walk permit to Donald C. Munro American Legion Post 944 for their annual Memorial Day Parade to be held on Monday, May 29, 2017 at 9:00 A.M.; and to notify the proper authorities.

L.  To authorize the Parks Department to dispose of vehicles (see attached list) in conjunction with our Enterprise Fleet Management Program. The timing and method by either auction or through Enterprise Fleet services to be determined by the Comptroller's office with final approval by Town Board when disposition proceeds are determined.

M.  Extension of Bid #16-039 for Mason Supplies with State Material Mason Supply and Elm Transit Mix Corp.

N.  Addition of  Dr. Susan P. Zollo and Progressive Marketing Group, Inc to the Town's Pre Qualified Professional Services Consultants List as approved by the Town Board on January 3, 2017.

O.  Voluntary Payment Agreement with Kings Park Solar, LLC for installation of a solar energy production facility at the Indian Head Landfill for remediation services approved by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

P.  Adoption of  amendments to Chapter 322 of the Code of the Town of Smithtown entitled Zoning per public hearing held on December 13, 2016 and pursuant to the recommendation of the Town Planning Director. SEQRA Negative Declaration dated May 9, 2017

              CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

  Amendment to 2017 Capital Projects to add the St. James Business District Reconstruction Project.

3.              The Town Board to authorize the acceptance of the following:

A.  Accept the donation from Patricia Lazaros ($5, ck# 996, rec# 242973) (Animal Shelter)

B.  Chase Bank Check #9823117127 (Town Receipt #92664 ID#17050100) in the amount of $600.00 accepted to establish an  Escrow Account for landscaping at  Ester Estates #1144, Lot #2; Principal:  Samir Tawil, 3 Ester Drive, St. James, NY  11780

4.              The Town Board to authorize the Comptroller to execute the following:

A.  Transfer from account A.8810.0450 (Maintenance/Repairs) in the amount of $1,558.00; and Transfer from account A.1620.0451 (Motor Vehicle Maintenance) in the amount of $4,558.00; and Transfer to account A.1620.0250 (Equipment) in the amount of $6,116.00.

B.  Transfer from account A.1420.0110 (Full-Time Salaries) in the amount of $1,500.00 and transfer to account A.1420.0473 (Books & Subscriptions) in the amount of $1,500.00 (Town Attorney)

C.  Transfer from account DS.5142.0435 (Equipment Rental) in the amount of $99,144.63; and Transfer to account DS.5142.0130 (Overtime Salary) in the amount of $99,144.63(Highway)

D.  Transfer from account B.3620.0435 (Equipment Rental)(Building) in the amount of $34,856.00; and Transfer to account B.3311.0435 (Equipment Rental)(Traffic) in the amount of $34,856.00(Traffic)

E.  Transfer from account A.1620.0110 (Personnel Salaries) in the amount of $32,770.00; and Transfer to account A.5010.0110 (Personnel Salaries) in the amount of $32,770.00(Parks)

F.  Transfer from Account Code A.1440.0494 (Special Programs) in the amount of $3,815.00 and transfer into Account Code A.1440.0491 (Survey Services) the amount of $3,815.00 (Engineering)

G.  Transfer from account SP.1990.0900 (Contingency) in the amount of $9,750.00; and Transfer to account SP.1621.0450 (Maintenance Repair) in the amount of $9,750.00(Parks)

5.              The Town Board to authorize the Supervisor to execute the following on a form approved by the Town Attorney:

A.  Agreement with Geomaps International for photogrammetric surveying services for a topographic and existing conditions survey of the Lake Avenue right-of-way (from Woodlawn Avenue to Moriches Rd) in Saint James at a cost not to exceed $8,815.00.

6.              The Town Board to authorize the release of the following:

A.  Release Suffolk County National Bank Check #3791 in the amount of $600.00 (Town Receipt ID# 17011701 Town Receipt #90504) posted to guarantee landscaping, seeding and grading of lawn areas at 1156 St. Johnland Road, Kings Park, NY, SCTM# 800-32-2-20.008.  Principal:  Woodhull Realty & Construction Services, Inc., 332 Woodhull Avenue, Port Jefferson Station, NY  11776

B.  Release Chase Bank Check #1253 in the amount of $1,200.00 (ID#15120400, Town Receipt #81681) posted to gurarantee landscaping at Lot #8, Fieldstone Estates, SCTM # 0800-008.00-01.00-018.012.  Principal:  Donald Mangona, Fieldstone Development Corp., LLC, 646 Main Street,  Suite 302, Port Jefferson, NY  11777.

C.  Release Chase Bank Check #1657 in the amount of $600.00 (ID#17011700, Town Receipt #90252) posted to guarantee landscaping and grading on Lot #2, Fieldstone Estates, SCTM# 0800-008.00-01.00-018.006.  Principal:  Donald Mangona, Fieldstone Development Corp., LLC, 646 Main Street, Suite 302, Port Jefferson, NY  11777.

              PERSONNEL

7.              The Town Board to approve the following Personnel matters:

A.  Part time appointment of Jamie Esposito to the position of Food Service Worker in the Senior Citizens Department, at a rate of  pay of $16.05 per hour, not to exceed 1/2 the normal work week, effective May 22, 2017.

B.  Return from unpaid Medical Leave of Absence for employee #E928AQOUK at the Senior Citizens Department effective Thursday, June 1, 2017.

C.  Seasonal appointment of William DeGaray to the position of Park Attendant II in the Public Safety Department at a rate of pay of $10.35 per hour, not to exceed $5,000 per year, effective May 15, 2017 with a termination date of September 5, 2017.

D.  Seasonal appointments/reappointments per the attached list, to various positions in the Department of Parks, Buildings & Grounds at a rate of pay as indicated, not to exceed $5,000 per year, effective May 10, 2017.

E.  Seasonal appointments per the attached list in the Department of Public Safety to the position of Park Attendant II at a rate of pay of $10.35 per hour, not to exceed $5,000 per year, effective May 15, 2017 with a termination date of September 5, 2017.

F.  Return from medical leave for Employee #MEE9SYJZH as per Doctor's note on file in Personnel Office effective May 24, 2017 (Parks).

G.  Full time appointment of Kevin Crowley Jr. to the position of Laborer in the Department of Parks, Buildings & Grounds at a rate of  pay of $17.50 per hour, subject to a 52 week probationary period, effective May 15, 2017.

H.  Full time appointment of Michael Kane to the position of Heavy Equipment Operator in the Municipal Services Facility Department, at a rate of  pay of $27.92 per hour, subject to a 26 week probationary period, effective  May 13, 2017.

I.  Full time appointment of Wayne Perry to the position of Heavy Equipment Operator in the Municipal Services Facility  Department, at a rate of  pay of $22.31 per hour, subject to a 26 week probationary period, effective May 15, 2017.

J.  Part time appointment of Frank Giglio to the position of Maintenance Mechanic I in the Senior Citizens  Department, at a rate of  pay of $16.05 per hour, not to exceed 1/2 the normal work week, effective May 15, 2017.

K.  Part time appointment of Jennifer Boslet to the position of Clerk Typist in the Floater Pool, at a rate of pay of $12.50 per hour, not to exceed $5,000 per year, effective May 15, 2017.

L.  Part time appointment of Christine Hauk to the position of Clerk Typist in the Highway Department, at a rate of  pay of $15.05 per hour, not to exceed 1/2 the normal work week, effective May 10, 2017.

M.  Correct rate of pay for Thomas O'Reilly, Communications Technician I in the Public Safety Department, from a rate of pay of $21.98 to $22.31 per hour effective February 13, 2017.

N.  Seasonal appointment of James Ricotta to the position of Assistant Beach Manager in the Department of Parks, Buildings & Grounds, at a rate of pay of $6500.00 per season, effect May 27, 2017 - September 5, 2017.

O.  Change the effective date for the seasonal appointment of Amanda Borowski from 5/20/17 in the position of Laborer to 5/10/17.

P.  Change the effective dates for the seasonal appointments of Michael Colucciello from 5/15/17 and Anthony Kehrer from 5/31/17 in the positions of Laborers to 5/10/17.

Q.  Seasonal appointment of Hunter Garry to the position of Park Attendant II in the Department of Public Safety at a rate of pay of $10.35 per hour, not to exceed $5,000 per year, effective May 15, 2017 with a termination date of September 5, 2017.

R.  Seasonal appointment of Brendan Kelly to the position of Laborer in the Department of Parks, Buildings & Grounds, at a rate of pay of $9.00 per hour, not to exceed $5,000 per year, effective May 10, 2017.

S.  Seasonal appointment of Joseph Perri to the position of Laborer, at a rate of pay of $9.00, not to exceed $5,000 per year, effective May 10. 2017.

              TO BE HEARD

              ADJOURNED