Town of Centerville Allegany County New York State 02/08/2022
The organizational and regular meeting of the Town Board, Town of Centerville, County of Allegany, New York was held at the Centerville Town Building 8902 County Road 3
Present: Marc Bliss Supervisor
John Clayson Councilman/Deputy Supervisor
Ron Pixley Councilman
Max Hodnett Councilman
Mike Vosburg Councilman
Barbara Covert Clerk/Tax Collector
Kaleb Armison Highway Superintendent
Deborah Kaltenbaugh deputy town clerk
Supervisor Marc Bliss called meeting to order with the pledge of allegiance at 7:09PM
Philip Stockin, District legislator, Brian Herring concerned citizen, Kevin Fred Demick, Jen Ricketts Swales and Justin Henry-Allegany Highway Superintendent were present.
Justin presented plans for the reconstruction of the corner at county road 36, county road 3 and North Hill Road. Copy of all their proposals are in minute book. There was much discussion on the proposals. The board did not like the idea that there would be no lighted stop signs.
Minutes of the January 11, 2022, were read and were accepted after changes were made Motion by Marc Bliss Seconded by Mike Vosburg Unanimously approved
Clerk report: 1 death certificate, 5 dog licenses and 1 handicap certificates
More Covid test kits and KN95 masks were received from the county to be distributed during office hours to residents of Centerville, one per family. Received 35 kits this time.
Tax collector reported that checks were given to supervisor for $514,320.00 for towns share of taxes and $47,268.47 to Allegany County as of January 29.
No dog control issues
No Town justice report
Marc has all the paperwork into National Grid for the Led Lighting
Board of elections was here and the only correction we have to make is to make the cement by the meeting room door level to bottom of door. Will start working on when weather changes.
The people have not contacted Marc back yet on the activating the monitoring for the fire alarm system
The board discussed a little more about the county’s proposal and wants to draft a letter to send to the county asking for lighted stop signs.
Motion Jon Clayson Seconded Ron Pixley Approved unanimously
A report was made on the monthly budget by Supervisor Marc Bliss.
Bank balances approximately: highway $ 81,196. general: $352,737(taxes have not been divided to highway or fire district yet)
Could not make a motion to accept supervisor report as it was incorrect,
Highway department news:
Kaleb has ordered the salt shed discussed at January meeting and contract has been signed. It will probably be August before they can start. It was decided that the 62’ X 82’ high top with a 25-year warranty would be the best at a cost of around $276,000.
No news on contained fuel tanks
new pick-up truck was supposed to be in, but Kaleb has not called on it.
Kaleb has ordered a new plow truck
The plow and box is up to approximately $133,000. Discussion was started by Ron Pixley that maybe we should order this also and put in garage until truck comes.
Work completed-some plowing and some maintenance
Equipment repairs-down one truck to put a new line in
No building permits were here to approve
A motion was made to approve all bills as presented to the board
Moved Ron Pixley
Seconded Marc Bliss
A motion was made to adjourn the meeting at 9:25 PM
Moved Jon Clayson
Seconded Marc Bliss