The Village of Clinton Board met Monday evening to discuss new business.
The meeting began with Village of Clinton Mayor Elizabeth Tantillo opening the public hearing for the Stormwater Annual Report Draft. No one from the public spoke and the Board approved the Mayor to sign the report.
Administrators Reports were approved. Village Engineer Tim O'Hara noted he delayed his report until next month.
The Clinton-Kirkland Climate Smart Committee discussed with the Board their plans for the year. They want to increase community engagement and educational awareness of their mission.
The committee is researching grant opportunities and developing community engagement plans. The Board's approval of the Committee's request for authorization to proceed was tabled until the next meeting on request of Deputy Mayor Tom Firsching.
The Board approved Clinton Garden Club's Village Green application. Tour tickets are available through the Garden Club with a plant sale also scheduled for Saturday, July 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Board denied one request for water/sewer bill reduction and approved another.
The Board approved the Clinton Chamber of Commerce's event requests. The Farmer's Market, Art & Music Festival, Art Rocks Auction, Shopper's Stroll, and Holiday Parade are approved for Village Green use.
The Board discussed the results of a $2,000 grant for installing trees around the Village.
The discussion about the harvest and maintenance of the apple trees on the Kellogg Street water tank centered around the Village's liability policy and worker's comp applicable to the work near the Water Tank.