Month: August 2018
Executive Board Meeting – June 18, 2018
Location: CWC, Main Street, Margaretville, NY
Present: William Federice, Peter Friedel, Michael McCrary, Mark Tuthill and David Kukle.
Others: Tim Cox, Jason Merwin, Michelle Yost, Jeff Baker and Kelly Blakeslee
1. Call to Order 6:19 pm
2. May 21, 2018 Minutes Approval. Moved by Mike McCrary. Second by David Kukle. Minutes accepted as is.
3. Update on 3rd Supplemental Side Agreement Signatures – Michelle Yost stated that a sample resolution is being passed around her county for approval so that it can get sent off to Legislature.
4. Stakeholders meetings
a. Town Level Assessments
i. Changes to Solicitation strategy
b. Farm transition
i. No report from DEP yet.
i. Meeting was held June 14th. Mark reported that Tom Snow wants to get the SAP program in place. We can fix it as we go. Delaware County argued that you can’t have both programs. It’s stated in the Water Supply Permit and the MOU that the city can’t buy land under 10 acres. The WSP and MOU would have to be changed. DEC lawyers said that you don’t have to change it. Mark replied that the County would have to sue. Dave Tobias and Dave Warne made comments to see about reconfigure LAP towards SAP. NYC has to negotiate a new contract with Catskill Center to even continue with the pilot program that they have now.
a. Flood Commission Reports – Michelle reported that the Tannersville highway garage was approved for a feasibility study which is funded by the CWC. The Village of Hunter has a bridge that is undersized. This could be a large project. There will be a walk through sometime in July.
b. CWC report – Tim Cox reported that the draft septic rules will be out to the city sometime this week. Six applications have been approved for the property protection grants. More pending for July including Boiceville Market. CWC can award up to $5,000 for a feasibility study. 75% is available for construction – with 25% match required.
c. Below the Reservoirs – No reports
i. Jeff Baker reported that the NASEM put together a committee to review the NYC Watershed Protection Programs. There is a lack of economic development and community sustainability expertise and lack of representation. Comments regarding this committee are due by July 2nd. Mr. Baker will draft a resolution on behalf of the Coalition stating the CWT concerns. Motion moved by David Kukle. Second by Peter Friedel.
6. Warrants(s) and Treasurer’s Report
a. Savings Balance: $55,051.39 Checking Balance: $1,001.18
b. Warrants totaling $228.80 (Storage fee: $50.00; WSA Admin: $178.80; Young and Sommer – no invoice). Motion to accept treasurer’s report and pay the warrants made by Peter Friedel. Second by Mike McCrary. All approved.
7. Other – Delaware County needs two alternates – Mark stated that they are still looking.
8. Meeting adjourned at 7:09. Motion by Peter Friedel. Second by Mike McCrary.