TOWN OF BROWNVILLE TOWN OFFICE, LIMERICK, N.Y.
TOWN BOARD MAR. 3, 2021, 5:00 PM
PRESENT: Roll call of Board Members:
Supv. Richard D. Lane, Councilmen Ron Tepfenhart, Richard Dodge,
Albert Roberts, Jeff Timerman, Supt. Roy Gilchrist and Clerk June
Boy Scout Mike Shanahan with his father was present working for a badge.
ABSENT: No One
MINUTES: Motion from Councilman Dodge to accept the Feb. minutes as
received and Councilman Timerman seconded the motion. Agreed.
STATEMENT: Received copy of Jan. and Feb. 2021 financial reports. Councilman
Roberts motioned acceptance of the reports and Councilman Tepfenhart
seconded the motion.
PUBLIC HEARINGS: None
Incoming: 1. Received request from General Brown Lock-in Committee
for a donation for prizes or food for the Senior and Junior
classes lock-in prom night. Councilman Dodge motioned
for a $200.00 donation for the event and Councilman
Roberts seconded the motion. All agreed.
- Received request for consideration to decrease the speed
limit on Allen Road from 45 mph to 25 mph on the west end
of the road where several homes are located. Motion was
made by Councilman Tepfenhart and seconded by
Councilman Dodge to submit this resolution to Jefferson
County Highway for consideration.
Outgoing: 1. None
- Planning Board Minutes
- Ron’s monthly land use reports
- Copy of transfer site tonnage of refuse and recyclables
- Monthly dog report
- Received update on Water District #2 from BCA
- Marcus Foulger, CR 59 WD#2 is not willing to sign an easement to
install a waterline on his property because of a large diameter
willow tree on his property, located outside the County ROW but
with roots in the ROW. He is concerned that any excavation would
require removal of some of those roots and cause his willow tree to
die. With motion from Councilman Tepfenhart the Board will offer
Mr. Foulger a replacement tree in the event the water project
caused his existing willow tree to die. The replacement tree would
be limited to a 2” caliper tree of a similar species and potential
stature. The term of the agreement should be a maximum of 3
years after the work in the immediate area is completed.
- Progressive Energy (Engie) has offered a three year contract for
electric services at $.05400. Councilman Timerman motioned to
accept the offer and Councilman Tepfenhart seconded the motion.
- WD#2 rules and regulations will be completed and available for the
April 7th meeting.
- A Public Employer Health Emergency Plan For Town Of
Brownville has been compiled. The Board for smooth operation of
this plan will consist of Town Supervisor, Councilmen Tepfenhart,
Dodge, Roberts and Timerman, Town Clerk, and Highway
HIGHWAY SUPT. Supt. Gilchlrist ongoing winter plowing, working on cold storage
building, replacing signs on Stone Road and patching roads. Two
new lawn mowers for Cemetery use have been delivered.
CLERK: Clerk report for February given. Councilman Roberts motioned to
accept reports and Councilman Tepfenhart seconded the motion.
TOWN SUPERVISOR: 1. Riverside Solar has plans for a solar project within the Town
of Lyme and the Town of Brownville. More information to
FLOOR: Boy Scout Mike Shanahan was attending meeting to qualify for his