Board meetings are held on the 1st
and 3rd Monday of the month at 6:00 pm.
NEW YORK STATUTUE
- NOTICE OF MEETINGS:
If a meeting is scheduled
at least a week in advance, notice must be given to the public
and the news media not less than 72 hours prior to the meeting.
Notice to the public must be accomplished by posting in one
or more designated public locations. When a meeting is scheduled
less than a week in advance, notice must be given to the public
and the news media "to the extent practicable" at a reasonable
time prior to the meeting. Again, notice to the public must
be given by means of posting.
for upcoming meeting to be posted
Thursdays prior to meeting.
February 19, 2018
If you would like to address the
Village Board concerning a specific topic, please contact the
Village Clerk at 226-8118 by noon on the Thursday prior to the
scheduled Board meeting for a time slot on the agenda. Individuals
are permitted to speak up to 15 minutes. Guests are asked, upon
being recognized by the Mayor, to introduce themselves, state
their address and identify the organization they are representing
The Board will listen
to your comments, but will refrain from commenting until they
have had an opportunity to thoughtfully reflect on what you
have said. If your comments require follow up or a response
from the Board, appropriate action or follow up will be taken.
If you feel uncomfortable speaking to the Board in public, please
feel free to submit your comments in writing to the Village
Clerk by noon on the Thursday prior to the scheduled meeting.
These comments will then be forwarded to the Board in their
next meeting packet.
All speakers are
to conduct themselves in a civil manner. Obscene language, libelous
statements, threats of violence, statements advocating racial,
religious, or other forms of prejudice will not be tolerated.
NEW YORK STATE STATUTUE
- EXECUTIVE SESSION:
the following topics are considered executive session material:
- Matters which
will imperil the public safety if disclosed
- Matters which
may disclose the identity of a law enforcement agency or informer
- Information relating
to current or future investigation or prosecution of a criminal
- Discussions regarding
proposed, pending or current litigation
- Collective negotiations
- The medical, financial,
credit or employment history of a particular person or corporation
or matters leading to the appointment, employment, promotion,
demotion, discipline, suspension, dismissal or removal of
a particular person or corporation
- The preparation,
grading or administration of examinations
- The proposed acquisition,
sale or lease of real property or the proposed acquisition
of securities, or sale or exchange of securities held by such
public body, but only when publicity would substantially affect
the value thereof.