Cortland Common Council Agenda: February 16th, 2021 (live stream information included)

Here is the agenda for tonight’s (February 16th, 2021) Cortland Common Council meeting. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting will be live streamed Via Zoom video. The meeting will begin at 7 pm.

Here is the Zoom Meeting ID for tonight’s meeting: 892 739 1872

Agenda

Item #1 – Presentation by Family and Children Counseling Services and Cortland Area Community That Cares on community actions to fight illicit drugs in the Cortland community.

Item #2 – Consideration of a Resolution to approve the subordination of a City mortgage on 45 Floral Avenue to facilitate the refinance of an existing mortgage pursuant to the recommendation of the City’s Loan Review Committee. (Thoma Development)

Item #3 – Consideration of a Resolution to authorize the Mayor to enter into a one-year Option to Lease agreement with Davis Hill Development, LLCF for the lease of City property located in the Rosen Park parcel for purpose of a feasibility assessment of constructing a solar array on said properties. (Mack Cook)

Item #4 – Consideration of a Resolution to authorize the Mayor to enter into a one-year Option to Lease agreement with Davis Hill Development, LLCF for the lease of City property located in the Noss Park parcel for purpose of a feasibility assessment of constructing a solar array on said properties. (Mack Cook)

Item #5 – Consideration of a Resolution authorizing the Fire Department to apply for a FEMA SAFER
Grant for the funding of four additional firefighters/code enforcement personnel to augment staffing. This grant is a Zero percent City match for three years with no commitment to maintain said staffing after the period of performance. The total grant application is $1,166,387.52. (Chief Friedman)

Item #6 – Consideration of a Resolution to allow the Mayor to sign a letter of intent to develop a fast charging station for electric vehicles in the downtown core. (Mayor Tobin)

Item #7 – Discussion and potential resolution supporting the town of Cortlandville’s objection to an expansion of mining in the town’s portion of the City aquifer. (Mayor Tobin)

Item #8 – Discussion on concerns raised by neighbors on the proposed solar development in the town of Cortlandville off of Blue Creek Road. (Mayor Tobin)

Item #9 – Discussion regarding the comptroller’s report and the City’s response.

Item #10 – Covid-19 update

Adjournment