the proposed Extension and that such resolution was adopted subject to a permissive referendum.
On roll call, directed by the Supervisor, the following votes were recorded:
Ayes: Smith, Glossner, Saum and LaFay Nays: None Unanimously approved
Whereupon the Supervisor declared the foregoing determination and resolution of approval of the creation of Extension No. 51 of to Perinton Consolidated Sewer District No. 8 adopted.
ORDER FOR HEARING CONSERVATION EASEMENTS 2007
Katherine Kramer, Assessor, reported that, pursuant to the Conservation Easement Law, Chapter 103 of the Code of the Town of Perinton, owners of various parcels of real property in the Town of Perinton have made proposals to the Conservation Board for Conservation Easements. Five of the proposed easements are renewals; four proposals are for new easements. She said that all but one of the proposed easements have received favorable recommendations from the Perinton Conservation Board. The one which is not endorsed by the Conservation Board is for 5.92 acres on Thayer Road.
Assessor Kramer said that there were two types of easement: conservation and agricultural. Each provided a tax break for the property owner; the degree of relief depended on the length of the easement. If owners choose to break the easement they are required to pay back up to five years of back taxes plus a penalty amount. The penalty funds are deposited in the Town's Open Space Capital Reserve Fund which is then used to purchase open space.
She asked the Board to set a date for a Public Hearing to review the following proposed easements:
Tax Acct #
Warren & Elizabeth Peters
Fellows Road Fairport, NY 14450
James & Rebecca Krause 100 & 102 Wakeman Road Fairport, NY 14450
William & Darlee Provinski 17.04 Faiport/5/Farming 2495 Whitney road East Fairport, NY 14450
Douglas & Colleen E. Fein 2500 Whitney Road East Fairport, NY 14450
Thomas R. Toolan Jr. 149 Loud Road Fairport, NY 14450