Executive Board Meeting – Feb 18, 2019

Location: CWC, Main Street, Margaretville, NY
Time: 6:15pm

Present: Mark Tuthill, Ric Coombe, William Federice, Wayland (Bud) Gladstone, Thomas Hilson and Greg Vurckio.
Others: Jeff Baker, Tim Cox, Kelly Mariotti, Bruce Dolph and Jason Merwin.

1. Call to Order: 6:15

2. December 17, 2018 Minutes Approved. Moved by Ric Coombe. Second by Bill Federice. No meeting in January.

3. Update on 3rd Supplemental Side Agreement Signatures: Jeff Baker will check on the latest signatures.

4. NAS meeting – February 4th and 5th. Jeff Baker and CWT members did not attend this meeting.

5. DEP appraisals – Kingston Meeting:
Jeff and Mark attended the meeting. Mark tried to get information regarding two parcels.
One north of Delhi. It is a ½ acre, unbuildable and sold for $25,000.
The other parcel in located in Roxbury. It is 7 acres which sold for $49,000.
Why the difference in price? Mark sent them all the information regarding the parcels (lot numbers, etc.) requesting the appraisals. As of today, still no appraisals.
Mark asked the board to authorize Jeff to FOIL DEP for the appraisals on the two parcels. The Board approved.

At the meeting in January, Jen Metzger (the new Senator) was also there. She is very interested in our issues.

6. Reports
a. FAD deliverables:
i. Streamside Acquisition: Jeff attended this meeting. Moving forward with the SAP program with no regards to what we have to say.

b. Resolutions: Jeff and Mark did not get a hold of Robert Pelham yet to see what he actually wants in the resolution.

c. Flood Commission Reports – Bruce Dolph reported on the Walton site. At this time, work has stopped due to weather.

d. CWC report – Tim Cox reported that the building is continuing construction. CWC continues to meet with DEP for use of the auditorium space with wireless service for meetings. Other entities are also interested in that space. The CWC Board of Directors approved funding for a flood plain reclamation project in Walton which involves demolishing the Breakey Motors property and the reconstruction of the flood plain there. Last, CWC reached an agreement with the State regarding monitoring Conservation Easements.

e. Below the Reservoirs – No report.

7. Warrants(s) and Treasurer’s Report –
Savings balance: $37,747.34          Checking balance: $1,249.525
Motion to except Treasurer’s report moved by Ric Coombe. 2nd by Bill Federice. Carried.

Warrants – Storage fee: $50.00      Young/Sommer: $2,477.51 WSA: $0
Motion to pay Warrant by Bud Gladstone 2nd by Tom Hilson. Carried.

a. Dues Update – Jeff Baker will work on a draft letter to send out to the Towns and Villages regarding the dues increase in the year 2020. Note: If Jeff doesn’t get it done this week, he will work for free.

b. Budget discussion – There was no discussion.

8. Other – Delaware County needs two alternates. Tom Hilson has someone in mind.

9. Adjourn: Motion to adjourn by Tom Hilson. Second by Bud Gladstone. Meeting adjourned at 6:47 pm.