O’Falls Sets Aside Idea To Regulate Fences In Village


The Village of Oriskany Falls Board of Trustees held a Public Hearing Monday, May 23, 2022 at 6:15pm for proposed Local Law No. 2 Regulating Fences.


No members of the public attended to speak at the hearing.


During the meeting that followed, the Board decided not to move forward with an adoption, but will have the proposal on file for future discussion.


Also during the meeting, Trustee Douglas Smorol requested DPW Superintendent Geoff Stevens inspect a sewer break at 181 North Main St. and to inspect a water leak at 104 Cottage St.


The Village Board said the water fountain looks great and gave thanks to Scott and Sue Jeffers.


Three applications were received for the seasonal part-time laborer. Board members approved hiring Levi Hamrick to fill this position.


An email was sent to the Oneida County Department of Planning regarding preparing an RFP for the removal of trees.


Attorney William Getman made adjustments to the agreement for the use of the adjacent parking lot owned by Ridgestone Properties. The Board approved the agreement.


Board members approved a policy in regards to the Village’s Fund Balance, or unallocated funds.


Board members approved a contract with the Waterville Central School District for transportation for Summer Rec…



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