TOWN OF RUTLAND
Board members present: Joe Dicton, Joshua Terenzini and James Hall
The Meeting opened at 6:44 P.M. with the pledge of allegiance.
Mr. Dicton moved to approve the 10 -25-11 minutes as presented. Mr. Terenzini made a second to the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
Town Clerk & Treasurer: Ms. Marie Hyjek reported:
Solid Waste Alliance Communities & Rutland Transportation Council: Mr. Shields reported:
Regional Planning Commission Mr. Fred Nicholson reported:
Planning Commission: Mr. William Matteson reported:
Police Department: Chief John Sly reported:
1. Recommended that individuals regularly check any unoccupied properties they may have due to break-ins and thefts. Mr. Sly also recommended that individuals not place “for sale” signs in front of their home, if their property is for sale. Mr. Sly recommended that individuals consider installing alarm systems in their unoccupied properties.
Mr. Dicton thanked Mr. Sly and the Town Police for keeping the community safe.
Recreation Director: Mike Rowe reported:
1. The Halloween party was a success.
2. Basketball registration is on going.
3. Town the Board that Northwood had been winterized and Dewey would soon be winterized.
4. Reported the tennis windscreens had been taken down.
Town Administrator: Mr. Joseph Zingale reported:
The Board decided to wait two weeks to consider the Alderman KIA wastewater request.
Mr. Terenzini moved to have the Clerk of the Board sign the Sub-Grant Agreement for Tropical Storm Irene. Mr. Dicton made a second to the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
The Board decided to wait until the next meeting to consider the Waste Quip compactor price proposal.
The Board and Mr. Matteson discussed the proposed Aldi’s Store and the Town plans for a service road. Mr. Matteson will discuss the matter with an Aldi’s representative and report back to the Board.
Town Road Commissioner: Mr. Byron Hathaway reported:
Fire Chief: Joseph Denardo reported:
The Board reviewed packet correspondence.
The Board and Mr. Zingale discussed two 911 matters regarding homes on private drives that should be named under the Town’s 911 ordinance. Mr. Terenzini said he had heard from an Oak Ridge Drive resident and that the individual is very concerned regarding the possible name change.
Town Police Chief John Sly encouraged the Board to administer the ordinance and not make any exceptions to the ordinance. Mr. Zingale will report back to the Board.
Mr. Terenzini moved to close the meeting at 7:37 PM. Mr. Dicton made a second to the motion. The motion passed unanimously.