The Village of Clinton Board met Monday evening April 5 to discuss new business.
The meeting began with newly-elected Village Mayor Elizabeth Tantillo thanking former Mayor Steve Bellona and former Trustee Ben Fehlner for their distinguished service with the Village of Clinton Board to open the annual organizational meeting.
The appointments of Robert Rockwell for Superintendent of Public Works, Robert Harris as Codes Enforcement Officer, and Carol Hernandez, Secretary to the Village Planning Board, were presented for approval. William Schmitt was named Village Attorney.
The school traffic officers and officers are Ronald Kloster, John Bohrer, and James Benson. The Alternate School Traffic Officers and Traffic Officers are Sondra Coe, Virginia Saville, John Fitzpatrick, and Richard Smith.
The Fire, Police, and Traffic Officers, Commissioner/Deputy Appointments, and Other Nominations were then named. The official depository for Village Funds is NBT Bank. The official newspaper is the Waterville Times. The Board voted to approve the nominations.
The Board voted to approve the bonding requirements, insurance requirements, and designated Village employee holidays through May 30, 2022. The Board approved a resolution adopting the Organizational resolution.
During the regular meeting it was reported the Department of Public Works removed 24.21 tons of Solid Waste over 13 loads at a cost of $62 per ton.
Twelve tires were…