TOWN OF BROWNVILLE TOWN OFFICE, LIMERICK, N.Y.
TOWN BOARD AUGUST 3, 2022 5:00 PM
PRESENT: Roll call of Board Members:
Supv. Richard D. Lane, Councilmen Ron Tepfenhart, Richard Dodge, Jeff
Timerman, William Pickett, Supt. Roy Gilchrist and Clerk June McCartin
GUEST: Bill Johnson, Mike Walroth
ABSENT: No One
MINUTES: Motion from Councilman Dodge to accept the July minutes as
received and Councilman Timerman seconded the motion. Agreed.
STATEMENT Motion to accept Financial Statement for June, 2022 by Councilman
Tepfenhart and a second from Councilman Timerman.
PUBLIC HEARINGS: None
Incoming: 1. None
Outgoing: 1. Letter of support to US Army Environmental Command for
Army investment in Fort Drum associated with the stationing
of a Multi-Domain Task Force.
- Letter of support to Governor Kathy Hochul supporting the
proposed $80 million Thousand Islands Event Center in the
Town of Watertown.
- Letter to Dept. of Labor stating Bonnie Patterson was not
fired from her position in the cemetery.
- Planning Board Minutes for July
- Ron’s monthly land use reports
- Copy of transfer site tonnage of refuse and recyclables
- Monthly dog report not available
- Constables report not available
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Aug. 3, 2022 letter from BCA with a summarized
explanation of the chlorine booster station being proposed for water
This chlorine booster station will allow the Town Water Operator to
increase the chlorine residual of all treated drinking water entering the
WD2 distribution system. Motion was made by Councilman Dodge to
purchase the booster station @ $250,000 and Councilman Tepfenhart
seconded the motion. All agreed.
NEW BUSINESS: Councilman Timerman motioned to reappoint Mike Finucane to the
Zoning Board of Appeals with term ending 7/31/26. Councilman Dodge
seconded the motion. Agreed.
Supt. reports Weaver and Ackerman Roads are ready to pave. Crew has
been working on shoulders for the County. Supt. Gilchrist request to hire
a 7th highway employee and Councilman Pickett motioned approval and
Councilman Tepfenhart seconded the motion.. Agreed.
The equipment auction closes in six days. Councilman Pickett motion for
Supt. Gilchrist to release the sale to high bidder on Town Equipment and
Councilman Dodge seconded the motion. Agreed.
CLERK: Councilman Timerman motioned to accept the July clerk
report and Councilman Pickett seconded the motion. Agreed.
- Town trash cleanup days are scheduled for August 20, August 24
and August 27.
- Will start working on budget for 2023.
HIGHWAY BILLS: Board Members reviewed the payables. Councilman Tepfenhart
motioned to pay the General Bills ($48,062.19), the Highway
bills ($127,033.00) and the water bills ($150.77). Councilman
Timermant seconded the motion. Agreed.
Floor: Legislator Bill Johnson was present and discussed the proposed legislative
districts changes based on 2020 census.
ADJOURNMENT: Supv. Lane motioned to adjourn at 5:28 PM and
Councilman Tepfenhart seconded the motion. The next town board
meeting has been scheduled for 5:00 PM on Sept. 7, 2022.
June McCartin, Clerk