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CKIC Continues Development Work

The Town of Kirkland Board met Wednesday evening to discuss new business.


The Board approved a resolution approving the March 13 meeting minutes.


Mike Debraggio spoke to the Board to give an update on the CKIC organization’s plans.


"We want to sustain momentum from the DRI award to promote growth in the future. We've refined our messaging to create awareness of the organization.


“We worked with Mohawk Valley Edge for a Phase 1 Brownfield review and reviewed the signage in the community. We've refurbished Welcome to Clinton signs. We've been designated the projects sponsor for the DRI Small Projects fund should it be funded by the State.


“And we're considering how can we help the projects that did not receive funding to get their projects done? We started the process to hire an Executive Director. CKIC is in this for the long-term and committed to making this work,’’ Debraggio said.


The Board approved a resolution appointing Michael Gaska as Deputy Town Clerk and Deputy Registrar with terms to expire Dec. 21.


The Board approved a resolution allowing use of the Town Roads for the Run for the Fallen June 7 and June 8.


The Board approved a resolution agreeing to the retainer between the Town of Kirkland and Felt Evans, LLP.


The Board approved a resolution appointing Frank P. Albertine IV to the Zoning Board of Appeals with term to expire Dec. 31, 2026.


The Board approved a resolution amending the General Fund B budget in the amount of $44,960 for a Dodge Pursuit Vehicle.


Town of Kirkland Supervisor Bob Meelan said there will be a Comp Alliance Safety Seminar May 7.


The Board approved a resolution approving the payment of bills.

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