Here is a video stream of Tuesday’s Cortland Common Council meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, July 20th, 2021. See below for the specific time segments for each agenda item.
Time segments for each agenda item:
Public hearings, public comments, ward reports, mayor’s report, proclamations, and minutes (Start at 0:00:11).
Public Hearing to hear comments on the effectiveness of the Clinton Avenue Water Main Replacement Project funded by a Community Development Block Grant 285PW169-16. (Start at 0:00:19).
- Call Meeting to Order
- Salute to the Flag of the United States
- Public Comments
- Ward Reports
- Mayor’s Report
- Minutes – Approval of minutes
Item #1 – Update on infrastructure work in City. (Nic Dovi). (Start at 0:21:26).
Item #2 – Consideration of a Resolution to approve the special event application along with all other required applications for the Brockway Truck Show on August 14, 2021 from 9AM – 4PM. (Mayor Tobin). (Start at 0:27:07).
Item #3 – Consideration of a Resolution to waive the fees for the Brockway Truck Show. (Mayor Tobin). (Start at 0:28:11).
Item #4 – Consideration of a Resolution to approve appointments/re-appointments to the Cortland Housing Board: (Mayor Tobin). (Start at 0:28:43).
- Merle McKown (July 1, 2021 – May 31, 2022)
- Sharon Stevans (August 1, 2021 – October 27, 2022)
Item #5 – Consideration of a Resolution to accept, recognize and appropriate the following donations to the Youth Bureau. (John McNerney). (Start at 0:29:32).
Item #6 – Consideration of a Resolution for the Cortland City Police to conduct their annual bicycle sale at the Armory on Wheeler Avenue on July 10, 2021 from 8:00 AM-11:00 AM. There are approximately 65 bicycles recovered by the agency over the past year, which have not been claimed or reported stolen, which will be sold in “as is condition”. Prices will typically range from $25 – $50, based upon the bicycle and condition. All proceeds will go to the Refurbishing of Veterans Memorial Park in Courthouse Park. (Chief Sandy). (Start at 0:30:26).
Item #7 – Consideration of a Resolution to approve the exotic pet permit for chickens at 16 Willow Ave. (Councilperson Michales). (Start at 0:31:43).
Item #8 – Consideration of a Resolution to amend the 2021 Adopted General Fund Budget to increase Sales Tax Revenue (A1325-41120) by $14,000 and Increase Police Department Professional Services (A3410-541500) by $14,000 to fund the retention of a consultant to assist with the Department’s Accreditation process. Net effect on 2021 Budget is Zero. (Mack Cook). (Start at 0:33:34).
Item #9 – Consideration of a Resolution to Transfer from the Waste Water’s Fund Reserve for Equipment Repair and Replacement (Account G915) $39,614 to the Funds Operating Equipment Repair Account (Account G8130-540200) to fund the replacement of a truck dump body. (Bruce Adams). (Start at 0:34:56).
Item #10 – Consideration of a Resolution for the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Dudesolutions for an operating system to generate and manage electronic work orders not to exceed $21,000.00 annually. (Nic Dovi). (Start at 0:36:00).
Item #11 – Consideration of a Resolution to Recognize and Appropriate $5,600 from the recent sale of equipment to line item # A-7110-5405-02. (Nic Dovi). (Start at 0:41:36).
Item #12 – Consideration of a Resolution to Recognize and Appropriate $20,488 from the recent sale of equipment to line item # A5010-5415-00. (Nic Dovi). (Start at 0:42:51).
Item #13 – Discussion to set a date for a Public Hearing for consideration of a local law amending the City Code to allow for the recovery of costs, on a set schedule, for Fire Calls and EMT calls. (Chief Friedman). (Start at 0:43:41).
Item #14 – Discussion on a Deputy Superintendent/Supervisor position at the DPW. (Start at 0:45:52).
Item #15 – Discussion on the American Rescue Plan. (Start at 1:01:20).
Item #16 – Discussion on LP tanks. (Start at 1:07:18).
Item #17 – Discussion on coming back to in-person Common Council Meetings. (Start at 1:13:20 )