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Butler Town Board Mon., June 14, 2014
- Updated: July 18, 2014
A regular meeting of the Butler Town Board was held on July 14, 2014 at the Butler Town Hall. The board members present were: David Spickerman, Sr., town supervisor, Duane VanGelder and Eugene VanDeusen, councilmen. Councilmen Wagner and Everhart were absent.
Minutes from June 9, 2014 were approved.
The following departments submitted or read their monthly report aloud to the town board: the supervisor, town clerk, justice, code enforcement officer, animal control officer, highway superintendent and historian.
In Correspondence, Mercy Flight Central sent a 2015 budget request letter and North Rose-Wolcott Project Graduation sent a thank you letter to the town board.
In Old Business, the Town Board reviewed the comprehensive plan resolutions and made the following motions.
The Board issued a Negative Determination of Environmenttal Significance for Proposed Zoning revisions.
They appointed a land use regulations commission which has prepared a set of land use regulations for consideration by the Town Board. They reviewed the Environmental Assessment Form and Environmental Record established for the proposed zoning revisions for the Town of Butler. They considered the draft Environmental Record prepared for this action and the proposed Negative Determination of Environmental Significance.
The Town Board then declared that the action to adopt the proposed zoning revisions for the Town of Butler will not have a significant adverse effect on the environment.
Next the Town Board adopted Local Law #1 of 2014 – Land Use Regulations. The resolution shall take effect immediately.
The board gave permission to Supervisor Spickerman, Sr. to see an attorney to review the local law.
Supervisor Spickerman said the town still needs a person to fill Paul Eygnor’s board of appeals vacancy. Dorothy Wiggins, Town Historian, reminded the Town Board about the Chicken Barbecue and Ice Cream Social at the Historical Church Building on August 17th. Mrs. Wiggins said it has been mentioned to her that the shingles on the church building are lifting. She asked the town board for permission to have a contractor inspect it. The town board gave permission to Mrs. Wiggins to have the roof looked at and to contact Daryl Hurst.
The board adopted the Wayne County Multi-Jurisdictional All-Hazard Mitigation Plan; and gave Judge Stone permission to attend classes for the justice court.d by Councilman VanDeusen.
The town board discussed permit forms and fees with Don Camp.
Meeting was adjourned 7:55 p.m.