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Regular Meeting

February 27, 2006

The Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees met in the Municipal Building, 14 Baker Street, Patchogue, New York, on February 27, 2006.

The meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Deputy Mayor McGiff and Trustees Crean, Dean, Hilton, and Krieger present. Mayor Pontieri and Trustee Perry were absent.

Also present were Village Treasurer Krawczyk, Acting Village Attorney Feuer, Village Clerk Seal, and Deputy Village Clerk Detmer. Village Attorney Snead was absent.

Acting Village Attorney Feuer led the flag salute.

Deputy Mayor McGiff read the safety message.

Village Clerk Seal asked the Board to approve minutes.

Upon a motion by Trustee Crean, seconded by Trustee Krieger, and unanimously carried, the Board approved the minutes for the February 13, 2006 Board meeting.

Village Treasurer Krawczyk reviewed the bills to be paid for February 27, 2006, including the

five largest bills, as follows:

General Fund


Trust & Agency Fund


Capital Projects


Sewer Fund


BID Fund


Housing/Code Fund


Community Development Fund






Upon a motion by Trustee Dean, seconded by Trustee Hilton, and unanimously carried, the Board approved payment of the bills for February 27, 2006 as read.

Village Clerk Seal read notice of a public hearing to consider a request by Gasper C. Celauro, the property owner of 246 West Avenue, for relief of the Patchogue River moratorium for the purpose of expansion of dockage.

Deputy Mayor McGiff inquired if anyone was present to represent Mr. Celauro. There was no response. Deputy Mayor McGiff suggested that the hearing be tabled until March 27, 2006.

Upon a motion by Trustee Dean, seconded by Trustee Krieger, and unanimously carried, the Board tabled this public hearing until March 27, 2006.

Village Clerk Seal read notice of a public hearing for a request by Pulte Homes for an out of district sewer connection for the Workforce Housing Project.

Mark Leggi, representative of Pulte Homes, stepped forward. Mr. Leggi stated that a site plan was already on file with the Village and a voluntary environmental view was in the process of being conducted. As part of this continuing process, Pulte Homes was requesting an out of district hook up to the existing sewer system with the connection point to be located on Railroad Avenue.

Trustee Crean indicated that this request had been reviewed by the Village’s engineers, H2M, and sufficient capacity was available to support this development. Building Inspector Sarich was currently reviewing the construction drawings for this project. This was just another step in the process of completing this project.

Deputy Mayor McGiff asked if anyone from the public wished to comment on the public hearing. There was no response.

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