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Madison County Meeting Minutes - February 12 2013

Madison County Meeting Minutes - February 12 2013

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Containing resolution opposing NY SAFE Act.
Containing resolution opposing NY SAFE Act.

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MADISON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPEVISORSMeeting – Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The Board convened at 2:00 p.m. in the Supervisors Chambers, second floor, County OfficeBuilding, Wampsville, New York with all members present except for Supervisor Bargabos (27votes) and with Supervisor Ball arriving at 2:10 p.m.Pledge of Allegiance.On motion by Supervisor Rafte, seconded by Supervisor Bono, the minutes of the previousmeeting were dispensed with and adopted as filed.
COMMUNICATIONS
1. Correspondence received from Mr. Thomas Whitmarsh regarding Fracking.2. Copy of a resolution from Orleans County – in Support of Senate Bill to Amend the LienLaw in Relation to the Filing of False Liens Against Public Officials.3. Information received from Seneca County on the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahomadistribution and sale of untaxed cigarettes.4. Copy of a resolution from Chemung County – Call for the Governor and StateLegislature to Compensate Counties for State-Mandated Salaries for District Attorneys.
REPORTS
1. Madison County Mental Health Department – Monthly Report for January 2013.2. Madison County Occupancy Tax Receipts/Expenditures for Quarter 10/1/12-12/31/12.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
Supervisors, Highway, Social Services, JTPA/WIA andMadison County Sewer District: $ 3,801,911.90Miscellaneous Accounts: $ 3,006,012.14
RESOLUTIONSBy Supervisor Degear:RESOLUTION NO. 8-13RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION – RETIREE RECOGNITION
WHEREAS
, the Madison County Board of Supervisors believes that Countyemployees should be recognized for their faithful service to the public; and
WHEREAS,
recognition of the distinguished service of a certain County employee withan upcoming retirement is in order,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED
that the Madison County Board of Supervisorshereby recognizes the dedicated contributions of Jay Pokorny upon his retirement.Jay J. Pokorny Sheriff’s 1987 - 2013
 
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ADOPTED: AYES – 1432 NAYS – 0 ABSENT – 68 (Ball, Bargabos)
Sheriff Riley stepped forward and accepted a gift on behalf of Deputy Pokorny who was notpresent today. Deputy Pokorny was thanked for his many years of dedicated service.
RESOLUTION NO. 9-13AUTHORIZING ATTENDANCE AT AN OUT-OF-STATE CONFERENCE(Sheriff)WHEREAS,
the 29
th
National Symposium on Child Abuse will be held March 18-21,2013, in Huntsville, AL; and
WHEREAS,
Michael Fitzgerald, DSS Commissioner, has requested that Amy Hilliker &Suzanne White, Caseworkers, attend this conference; and
WHEREAS,
their expenses are fully funded by the Multi-Disciplinary Team Grantreceived by the Sheriff’s Department; and
WHEREAS,
this request has been reviewed and approved by the Criminal Justice,Public Safety and Telecommunications Committee, Social and Mental Health Services and theGovernment Operations Committee,
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED
that Amy Hilliker & Suzanne White be andhereby are authorized to attend said conference at no expense to the County.
ADOPTED: AYES – 1432 NAYS – 0 ABSENT – 68 (Ball, Bargabos)RESOLUTION NO. 10-13AUTHORIZING ATTENDANCE AT AN OUT-OF-STATE CONFERENCE(Planning)WHEREAS,
the “Balancing Nature and Commerce in Rural Communities andLandscapes” conference will be held February 4 – 6, 2013 in Shepardstown, West Virginia; and
WHEREAS,
Scott Ingmire, County Planning Director has requested that Jamie Hart,Associate Planner, attend said conference to present on the Solarize Madison project; and
WHEREAS,
her expenses are funded by the Institute for Sustainable Communities andthrough appropriations in the 2013 Planning Department budget; and
 WHEREAS,
this request has been reviewed and approved by the Planning, EconomicDevelopment, Environmental and Intergovernmental Affairs Committee, and the GovernmentOperations Committee;
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED
that Jamie Hart be and hereby is authorized toattend said conference at a cost not to exceed $205.00.
ADOPTED: AYES – 1473 NAYS – 0 ABSENT – 27 (Bargabos)RESOLUTION NO. 11-13RE-APPOINTING A MEMBER TO THE ETHICS BOARD
 
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WHEREAS
, the term of Denise Roe, member of the Ethics Board will expireFebruary 11, 2013; and
WHEREAS,
a vacancy exists on the Ethics Board due to the expiration of a termof appointment; and
WHEREAS,
the Government Operations Committee recommends the re-appointment ofDenise Roe to the Ethics Board,
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,
that Denise Roe, of Hamilton, be and hereby isre-appointed to an additional four year term on the Ethics Board expiring on February 12, 2017.
ADOPTED: AYES – 1473 NAYS – 0 ABSENT – 27 (Bargabos)
RESOLUTION NO. 12-13FIXING THE 2013 SALARY OF A MANAGERIAL/CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEEWHEREAS
, 2013 salaries for managerial/confidential employees wereestablished by resolution No. 461-12 on 12/27/2012; and
WHEREAS
, the annual salary of the Deputy Commissioner for Financial Aid wasestablished as $59,834; and
WHEREAS
, the Deputy Commissioner for Financial Aid became eligible onJanuary 1, 2013 for a $1,000 educational differential for completion of a qualifyingdegree; and
WHEREAS
, the Government Operations Committee recommends fixing thesalary to include said differential,
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED
that the 2013 salary for the DeputyCommissioner for Financial Aid be and hereby established as $60,834 retroactivelyeffective January 1, 2013.
ADOPTED: AYES 1473 NAYS 0 ABSENT 27 (Bargabos)
RESOLUTION NO. 13-13AUTHORIZING THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD TOENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT(TEAMSTERS UNION, LOCAL 182)WHEREAS
, the Legislature of the State of New York enacted Article 14 of the CivilService Law, which is known as the Taylor Law; and
WHEREAS
, pursuant to Section 202 of the Civil Service Law, certain employees in theSheriff’s Department are represented by Teamsters Union, Local 182; and

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