The Village of Clinton Board met Monday evening to discuss new business.
Department reports were approved.
Dan Cunningham reported the Wastewater Treatment Facility scheduled painting and sandblasting pipework. Cunningham said an inspection was also needed to test the integrity of the areas affected by mineral buildup.
The CWTF processed 38.6 million gallons in September with 430 million total gallons treated on the year.
A local resident spoke with the Board requesting a plan of use for the change thrown in the Village Green fountain. DPW Supervisor Rob Rockwell said every year when the DPW vacuums up the change from the fountain, along with the dead bugs, leaves, pondscum, and trash, the coins are thrown away.
The resident offered to take the coins and clean them to donate when the fountain is emptied this year.
The Committee and Department reports were approved.
The CHABAD of Clinton Village Green application for Nov. 28 through Dec. 7 for the Menorah Lighting and music was approved.
The Hamilton College Village Green Application for Oct. 23 for the Fall Fest and Off the Hill Challenge from 12 to 4 p.m. was approved.
The Board approved a resolution to relevy unpaid water and sewer bills from Town of Kirkland residents onto the 2022 Town and County taxes.
The Board approved a resolution appointing Mary Swinchatt Clinton Historic Preservation Committee Alternate Commissioner.
There was a short discussion about working towards a decision regarding the marijuana legislation deadline.