MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
December 14, 2016
Mayor Sean Haggerty Deputy Mayor Frank DeMento
Trustee John Lippmann
Trustee Jennifer Noone
Robert Morici, Village Attorney
Barbara C. Miller, Clerk/Treasurer
The Mayor called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.
MINUTES for the meeting of November 9, 2016 was approved by all with corrections.
CLAIMS for November/December were presented, as detailed in the Abstract of Vouchers
in the amount of $115482.29. After review, the Board approved all for payment.
JUSTICE REPORT for November, 2016 was submitted and stated revenues in the total
amount of $7,157.00.
INTRODUCTION OF LOCAL LAW #1 -2017 – “OVERRIDE OF TAX LEVY LIMIT”
The Village Attorney presented to the Board the draft of Local law #1 –2017 “A local
law to override the tax levy limit established in General Municipal Law 3-c.” The
Board discussed the proposed local law and it was moved by Trustee Patrick Hance to
hold a public hearing for the purpose of adopting such local law on January 11, 2017
at 7:30pm, seconded by Trustee Jennifer Noone and unanimously carried.
Motion made by Trustee Patrick Hance that the adoption of the proposed local law under
SEQRA will not result in any significant adverse environmental impact and that the Board
make a negative declaration under SEQRA, was seconded by Trustee Jennifer Noone, and
unanimously carried. A copy is available at the Village Hall.
The Clerk is directed to provide notice of this public hearing as required, and to
forward copies of the proposed local law and SEQRA determination to the Nassau County
Planning Commission as required by §239-m of the General Municipal Law of the State of
LICENSE PLATE READERS IN THE VILLAGE
After recent burglaries in the Village, Mayor Sean Haggerty asked two license plate
reader companies to come to the meeting tonight to explain how the license readers work
and any other information that would enlighten everyone. A+ Technology and NDI Recognition
Systems separately explained how the recognition systems continuously scan and read
license plates under various lighting and weather conditions. Resident Malinda Gillan
was opposed to the cameras, as she felt it was an invasion of privacy and did not want
anyone to know her whereabouts. She also believed that it was a waste of money
considering only six houses have been broken into. Mayor Sean Haggerty explained that
this was just a preliminary meeting to find out how the scanners operate. If at such
time, the Village Board decides to go ahead with the cameras, a formal bid process would
Motion to go into executive session made by Mayor Sean Haggerty, seconded by Trustee
John Lippmann and confirmed by all.