Kirkland A Safe Community


The Town of Kirkland Board met Wednesday evening to discuss new business for their second meeting of October.

A resolution to approve a $100,000 loan from the General A fund to the DB fund was approved. The loan will be repaid when the CHIPS funds are received with a .0025% percent interest rate upon repayment to the A fund.

The second installment of the Town's Sales Tax payment was issued for $113,767.

The Town of Kirkland was named the sixth safest community in New York state. Congratulations was given to the Kirkland Police Department for another top tier placement.

A letter of resignation from part-time police officer Scott Bush was accepted by the Board. Bush thanked the Board for their support in allowing him to fulfill his lifelong dream of being a police officer and wished the Town well on their future endeavors.

Budget director Tony Arcuri gave a presentation to the Board for the meeting's budget workshop. He reviewed 11 amendments to the previous budget…

For the full story, subscribe to the Paid Digital Edition of the newspaper by clicking the box below. The Waterville Times is also now on newsstands. For the closest location to you, please see the store listing on our home page. 

 

© 2020 by The Waterville Times-Helen Publishing