Oneida Common Council to meet Jan. 17

AGENDA

CITY OF ONEIDA COMMON COUNCIL

MUNICIPAL BUILDING, 109 N. MAIN ST., ONEIDA NY

COMMON COUNCIL CHAMBERS

JANUARY 17, 2012

6:00 PM

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*Call to Order / Pledge of Allegiance / Roll Call

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

1.      Hagan Circle & Fultz Drive Storm Sewer Collection Improvement Project

2.      Gladwell Avenue Storm Sewer Collection Improvement Project

 

NEW BUSINESS 

 

*Approval of regular meeting minutes 1/3/12

*Approval of Warrant No. 2

1.      MONTHLY REPORTS: Receive and place on file monthly reports from Chamberlain, City Clerk, Fire Department, Police Chief and Department of Public Works.

2.      SURPLUS ITEMS: Authorize the Purchasing Agent to sell miscellaneous outdated surplus computers and printers on e-Bay.  (Cukierski)

3.      CITY OF ONEIDA FUNDS:    Approve the banking institutions where City of Oneida funds will be kept for the year 2012. (Cukierski)

 4.      WATER SERVICE CHARGES:  Approve the 2012 Water Service Charges.  (Smolinski)

5.      AMUSEMENT DEVICE LICENSE:  Approve the 2012 Amusement Device License Application from World Vend International, Little Meadows PA (for vending machines at Big Lots). (Pulverenti)

6.      SCRAP METAL: Authorize the Water Department, DPW and WWTP to sell scrap metal at a fair market price, as accumulated for the remainder of the year. (Smolinski)

7.      AGREEMENT: Authorize the Mayor to sign an Agreement with Scotty’s Jump and Fun for a “Build a Bash” event to be held at the Recreation Center on Saturday, February 25, 2012.  (Lovett)

8.      CAPITAL PROJECT 12-25:  Authorize the City Engineer to complete the design and prepare contract bid documents for Capital Project 12-25, Hagan Circle and Fultz Drive Storm Water Collection System project, and authorize the Purchasing Agent to advertise for bids for said project. (Bacher)

9.      CAPITAL PROJECT 12-04:  Authorize the City Engineer to complete the design and prepare contract bid documents for Capital Project 12-04, Gladwell Avenue Storm Water Collection System project Storm Water Collection System project, and authorize the Purchasing Agent to advertise for bids for said project.  (Bacher)

10.  MOSQUITO PROGRAM SEQR:  Complete Parts 2 & 3 of the Long Environmental Assessment Form for the 2012 City of Oneida Mosquito Control Program, and if after completing the EAF Parts 2 & 3 Council determines that the program will not have any large or important impact, authorize the Mayor to sign the Negative Declaration of Environmental significance.  (Bacher)

11.  TREE & STUMP REMOVAL AND TREE TRIMMING CONTRACT:  Authorize the Purchasing Agent to advertise for bids for the 2012-2013 Tree & Stump Removal and Tree Trimming Contract.   (Bacher)

12.  TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AGREEMENT:  Authorize the Mayor to renew the agreement with O’Brien & Gere Engineers to provide technical assistance to the WWTP staff and City Engineer pertaining to laboratory analysis, waste water treatment process control, and industrial sewer discharge permits. (Bacher)

13.  BUDGET AMENDMENT:  Authorize a budget amendment in the amount of $150 from Zumba Revenue to Zumba Contracted Services.  (Lovett)

14.  HYDRANT AGREEMENT:  Authorize the Mayor to sign the 2012-2016 Oneida High School Hydrant Agreement as recommended by the City of Oneida Water Board.  (Smolinski)

15.  BRIDGES AGREEMENT:  Authorize the Mayor to sign the annual agreement in the amount of $2,048.00 with BRiDGES a/k/a Madison County Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Inc. for the Employee Assistance Program.  (Margo)

16.  AGREEMENT:  Authorize the Mayor to sign an agreement with Industrial Medical Associates, PC for substance abuse testing.  (Margo)

 17.  PERMANENT PART-TIME EMPLOYEES:  Authorize a 2% pay increase for permanent part-time employees in various City departments at a cost of approximately $1800.00 per year.  (Hudson)

18.  ONEIDA’S DOWNTOWN ASSOCIATION:  Authorize co-sponsoring of the Oneida’s Downtown Association 2012 Summer Fest event for the purposes of insurance, street closings and use of Vet’s Field.  (Hudson)

 19.  RECREATION DEPT. CAPITAL PROJECTS:  Authorize the Recreation Director to proceed with and expend funds up to the programmed amount for Capital Projects for Chapman Pool Preparations, Martin’s mix, wood fiber for playgrounds, bathroom partitions at Chapman Pool, surveys of Cooley and Harmon Fields, and generator replacement.  (Lovett)

 

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

 

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