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Town of Arcadia – Oct 10, 2013

REPORTS OF TOWN OFFICIALS:
2014 Mack Dump Truck – Board approved purchase of a 2014 Mack dump truck with plow equipment from the Onondaga County Bid Item No. 7823 at a cost up to $225,000.

Discontinue the E-Waste Site
As of November 1, 2013 the Town of Arcadia will discontinue the E-Waste Recycling Service. E-Waste recycling has changed their policy and will now charge for this service. Signs will be installed at the highway barns to notify the public of this change. Items can now be dropped off at the Bottle and Can Return located at 1167 E. Union Street, Newark, NY. The town will run an ad in the local newpaper notifying the residents that the E-Waste Drop off site at the Town Highway Dept. on Blackmar Street, will be closing November 1, 2013.

Code Enforcement Report – Electrical Inspections – A request from a new electrical inspection agency to be authorized to perform electrical inspections in the Town of Arcadia was discussed. The Town Board has decided to leave the resolution as it is presently written, and that is: The Middle Department Inspection Agency is the only agency allowed to do electrical inspections in the Town of Arcadia.

The following reports were presented and accepted: Town Clerk, Code Office, Supervisor and Highway.

PUBLIC HEARING:
8:00 PM -Wood Lane Sewer District
Attorney Saracino explained the legal boundaries of the Sewer District that will be from the Newark Central School District Bus Garage going east on the south side of Wood Land to Peirson Ave Intersection. ith no questions from the public, the hearing was closed.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
NSCD – Dry Sewer District
The board voted to adopt Article 12 Findings Resolution for the Wood Lane Dry Sewer District.

NEW BUSINESS:
2014 Budget – Public Hearing
Scheduled the 2014 Town of Arcadia Budget Public Hearing for October 29, 2013 at 7:00 PM.

COMMUNICATIONS:
Supervisor Colacino thanked all the people who made the Canal Trail Ribbon Cutting Ceremony a great success. Also, The Apple Shed, Nana’s Restaurant, Victoria’s Treats and Cornell Cooperative Extension, Domino Pizza and Wegmans for their help and donations given for this ceremony. Councilman Nielsen added the Town of Arcadia Highway Dept Employees, Neighboring Town Highway Employees and the New York State Canal Authority for all their hard work on completing this trail.

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