January Village Board Meeting

Thursday, January 12, 2017

January Village Board Meeting

In the rescheduled monthly Village Board meeting (delayed one week), Michelle Buggé announced the winners of the Holiday Lighting contest, none of whom (even with the new, streamlined categories) were in attendance.

In what could be interpreted as a "screw you!" to the ever­last­ingly suspended Police Officer Joseph Pesapane, the Village's fathers and mother promoted Officer Stephen McManus to the rank of Police Detective at an annual salary of $124,743.60, which figure will likely appear on the front cover of Newsday within the foreseeable future.

(Nearly a dozen uniformed members of the de­part­ment did attend to applaud Detective McManus' award of his Gold Shield.)

In other business of any note, the Board:

  • Scheduled the Village's General Village Election for Friday, June 16, 2017 at the Village Hall between the hours of 12:00 noon and 9:00 p.m.

    The Trustee seats of Rob Rubio and Brian Tymann are up.
  • Approved 2017 Traffic Signal Maintenance Agree­ment submitted by Johnson Electrical Construction Corporation at a cost of $690.00 per month to in­clude $5.50 per bulb replacement, is accepted.
  • Scheduled the Village Tax Lien Sale for Tuesday, March 14, 2017.
  • Conditionally approved a Special Exception Appli­ca­tion for three (only) additional chairs on the front porch for additional seating for Sydney's Taylor Made Cuisine, 32 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach.
  • Approved 2017 Marina Rates, Rules and Regulations.
  • Accepted a proposal for Radio Services from Motorola Solutions for the supply of a single band VHF radio and relocation of the Police Department radio repeater to the Westhampton Beach Fire Department site in the amount of $7,686.25.
  • Accepted retirement, "regretfully," of Public Safety Dispatcher Kathleen Barosa effective January 23, 2017.

    Further the blogger writith not.
  • Approved Water Main Easement, at no cost to the Village, on Mickie's Way (off Hazelwood Avenue) with Suffolk County Water Authority in re­sponse to a contamination event that occurred at Gabreski Airport.
  • Appointed Village residents Robert Lilley and Robert Nathan to serve as members of the Con­servation Advisory Council.

There being no further business before the Board, Mayor Maria Moore gaveled the meeting to a close at 7:22 pm.


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