The Lindley Town Audit Workshop was held on June 16th, 2010 at the Lindley Town Hall, 637 US 15, PO Box 62 Lindley, New York 14858.
Official Copy held at the Town Clerk’s Office
Richard Biggio - Town Supervisor
Lloyd DeMun, II – Councilman
Gerry Simcoe – Councilman
Paul Mortzheim – Councilman
Paul Stermer – Councilman
Meeting called to order at 7:04 pm. Pledge to Flag completed.
• Richard B asked Paul M if there was a result on the Hector Road cross-section. Paul M indicated he would have this at a later date.
• Richard B announced that workshops for whether or not to fund the Library would be done in Executive Sessions, perhaps at the next monthly audit meeting.
• Paul M asked about the Health Savings Plan and Richard indicated that this would also be something to explore.
• Richard B announced that Dean Hillyard said he would be unable to consider the CEO position for the salary stated.
Richard read Jason Ballard’s second resignation letter indicating he was resigning effective June 16th 2010. Discussion about how long the Town could legally go without a CEO, the several large issues coming along, and the issues of possible misuse of previously issued permits.
Paul M. indicated an interest in doing the CEO job after the close of union negotiations and then do only the CEO job starting January 2011. Discussion about whether he could do this and the Councilman position concurrently, salary, and training. Discussion of what to do for the next 6 months in the meantime. Richard B will contact Association of Towns to see if Paul M can legally hold both positions.
Richard indicated that the Steuben County Worker’s Comp share for Lindley would now be $12,900 for 2011, worse case. If Lindley went with a private insurer, the cost would be $30,000. He recommended the Board reconsider their plan to remove themselves from the County plan. Lloyd D. made the motion to send a letter reversing the Board’s decision to leave the County plan and instead indicate the intent to remain with the Steuben County Worker’s Comp plan. Gerry S. seconded. Roll – all in favor.
Lloyd D. indicated that Rudy’s Mowing would mow Lindsley and Fairview cemeteries this year and next. The rate would be $150 for Lindsley each time, and $250 for Fairview each time. Rudy would mow 6 more times each this year, and then 10 times each next year, approximately 2 times per month each. His rates would remain the same next year and he has agreed to mow just before Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Labor Day. Lloyd D. will call and make sure the Town gets Rudy’s insurance certificate and Federal ID information. He will also make sure Rudy understands that he will get paid the month following receipt of his bill. Paul S. made the motion to accept Rudy’s Mowing for Lindsley and Fairview. Paul M. seconded. Roll – All in favor.
Lanny Plumley asked when the next dog census would be done. Discussion about who does this and when.
Motion to accept Supervisor’s records for April and May 2010 made by Paul M. Seconded by Gerry S. Roll – all in favor.
Motion to adjourn the meeting made by Paul S, seconded by Gerry S, Roll – all in favor.
Lindley Town Clerk