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1 Mayor Randy Casale CITY OF BEACON, NEW YORK ONE MUNICIPAL PLAZA BEACON, NY Councilmember Lee Kyriacou, At Large Councilmember George Mansfield, At Large Councilmember Terry Nelson, Ward 1 Councilmember John E. Rembert, Ward 2 Councilmember Jodi M. McCredo, Ward 3 Councilmember Amber J. Grant, Ward 4 City Administrator Anthony Ruggiero May 7, :00 PM City Council Agenda Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call Public Comment: Each speaker may have one opportunity to speak up to three minutes on any subject matter other than those which are the topic of a public hearing tonight. Please sign in at the podium. This segment will last no longer than thirty minutes, with speakers recognized in the order they appear on the sign-in sheet. A second public comment opportunity will be provided later in the meeting for those who do not get to speak during this first segment. Community Segment: Reports: Karen Gersch and Thomas DeVilliers, The Howland Peg O' Leary, Community Services Programs, Inc. Council Member Amber J. Grant Council Member John E. Rembert Council Member Lee Kyriacou Council Member George Mansfield Council Member Jodi M. McCredo Council Member Terry Nelson City Administrator, Anthony Ruggiero County Legislators Mayor Randy Casale Local Laws and Resolutions: 1. Resolution authorizing City Administrator to sign Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with New York State Division of Justice Services 2. Resolution approving agreement between the City of Beacon and Riverpool 3. Resolution authorizing City Administrator to sign Memorial Park easement agreement with Central Hudson 4. Resolution to set a public hearing for May 21, 2018 to receive comments on the 2018 Capital Plan

2 5. Resolution authorizing City Administrator to sign water supply agreement with Village of Fishkill Approval of Minutes: Approval of Minutes from April 16, 2018 Budget Amendments: Budget Amendments 2nd Opportunity for Public Comments: Each speaker may have one opportunity to speak up to three minutes on any subject matter other than those which are the topic of a public hearing tonight. This segment will last no longer than thirty minutes. Those who spoke at the first public comment segment are not permitted to speak again. Executive Session: 1. Executive Session: Advice of Counsel 2. Executive Session: Personnel Adjournment:

3 Title: City of Beacon Council Agenda 5/7/2018 Karen Gersch and Thomas DeVilliers, The Howland Subject: Background: ATTACHMENTS: Description Howland info Howland Circus Schedule Type Backup Material Backup Material

4 The Howland Featuring The Art of Balance Art Exhibit, a live concert, a circus performance, a movie, community workshops & more! June & July at the Howland Cultural Center in Beacon!

5 A Specialty Fun Event in Beacon: The Howland For two intensive months this summer, The Howland Cultural Center will produce a diverse panorama of multi-media events celebrating The Art of Balance and the joy of circus. Balance serves as a connective spirit and integral element of every art form - be it musical, visual, movement-based, theatrical or literary. The Howland will feature dual art exhibitions, a musical concert, a family-oriented circus show, a documentary film and interactive community workshops, all on the theme of circus and balance in art. Karen E. Gersch, a celebrated fine artist and longtime circus performer, will serve as Curator and Director. She plans to fill the balcony of The Howland with art from local elementary and high school children. The ground floor gallery will feature The Art of Balance, an exhibition of professional painters, sculptors, wood carvers, printmakers, photographers, silversmiths, and puppet makers. Gersch will also host a Family Fun Balancing day each month, allowing adults and children to try their hand at balancing objects, spinning plates, simple partner acrobatics, walking a tight wire and a rolling globe. Trying these feats will let participants appreciate the same skills depicted in art on the walls. Learning and practicing together lets children and adults discover new ways to relate and face physical challenges. Because the child in ALL OF US would secretly love to run away and join the circus, Family Balance Day allows everyone to feel the elation and a sense of achievement in discovering simple skills of gravity. Piccolo Circus, a matinee performance for family audiences, appealing to all ages. This action-packed hour-long show features professional circus performers (Big Apple Circus and Ringling Bros.) as well as students of the craft. There s comedy and acrobatics, hand balancing and eccentric juggling (boomerangs, flying balls and giant spinning tops) mesmerizing magic acts and a troupe of young inner-city dancers partnering each other on the ground and on an anchored ladder apparatus. Cirque de La Lune is an original circus oratorio in two acts - with popcorn included! Acclaimed composer and classical pianist Hadyen Wayne will perform his full-length opus for adults. The live musical concert will be enhanced by voice and visual projections to create an epic evening that tells the tale of love, loss and spiritual revelation in the realm of a big-top setting. WORLD CIRCUS an award-winning documentary film by Angela Snow Cline chronicles the training and preparation of several world class circus acts to compete in the Monte Carlo Circus Festival; the most prestigious competitive festival in the world. You ll go backstage, backlot and to dressing rooms to see the daily lives of famous aerialists, clowns, acrobats, seals and lion trainers. The personal interviews and footage of these artists and their charges are poignant and unforgettable. Angela will be present to present, talk about the film and answer questions.

6 Pinot & Augustine, an enchanting musical clown duet presented by the founders of Happenstance Theatre, a five-times Helen Hayes award-winning theatrical company from Maryland. Featuring charming sets and costumes, audience participation and lots of laughs. This event will provide a wonderful experience for the community and neighboring regions and will promote Beacon for its cutting edge cultural projects. It will require more funding and a bigger budget than The Howland Cultural Center can handle, especially given our current fundraising campaign for a furnace replacement. HOW YOU CAN HELP: 1. Adopt a single entity from the ART OF BALANCE palette of events: * FAMILY FUN BALANCING DAY (Community Workshops) * CIRQUE DE LA LUNE (Adult Musical Concert) * PICCOLO CIRCUS (A Family Show of Balancing Artists) * WORLD CIRCUS (Documentary film showing and film maker talk) 2. Underwrite the ART OF BALANCE Festivities for one or two months. * Receive primary sponsorship credit in signage and publicity. * Be the recipient of two CIRCUS designed t-shirts by artist Karen E. Gersch * Two people of your choice receive an hour-long private lesson in juggling or balancing objects. * A personalized tour of the art exhibit, citing process, narratives and history. Give what you can to each event. Every dollar counts! You will receive sponsorship credit in The Howland Cultural Center signage and publicity for the event. Choose your own category! Roster of Center Ring Donors: Roustabout: $ Jugglers: Acrobats: Aerialists: * Received 1 donation Ringmaster: 1,000-2,000 * Received 1 donation Big Top: 2,000 + For more information or to contribute, contact: The Howland Cultural Center at 477 Main St., Beacon, NY, or call The Howland Cultural Center is a non-profit, 501-c3 organization that promotes all the arts.

7 The Howland : The Art of Balance Schedule of Events: June & July 2018 The Howland Cultural Center, 477 Main St., Beacon, NY June 2:, 3-5 pm June 16, 2-4 pm June 22, 8 pm Opening Reception: The Art of Balance Art Exhibits. Refreshments, live music! Curated by Karen E. Gersch. FREE! Artists Talk - Meet the visual artists from The Art of Balance Exhibit.* FREE! World Circus, award-winning documentary film by To-The-Moon Productions. Watch international circus acts as they prepare to compete in the famed Monte Carlo Circus Festival. Filmmaker Angela Snow will be present to answer questions. $5 June 24th, 1-4 pm Family Fun Balancing Day - Run away to the circus for a day! Parents & children can join a community workshop of skills: balancing each other, balancing objects, juggling, walking a tight wire and rolling globe! Kids FREE w/adults! Adults: $5 July 1st, 2 pm July 8th, 1-4 pm Piccolo Circus, a one-ring show in The Howland Center, for children of all ages! Professional circus performers will dazzle with juggling, hand balancing, comedy, magic & acrobatics. One-hour, no intermission. Kids FREE w/adults! Adults: $15 Family Fun Balancing Day returns! July 25th, 5:30 pm Cheap Date Dinner Theater! Stop in and grab a box dinner from The Howland Garden before the show begins! (Also available after the show). Tour the Exhibits. July 25th, 7 pm July 29th, 2-4 pm Pinot & Augustine - an enchanting musical clown show: Maryland s Happenstance Theater; winner of 5 Helen Hayes Awards. Kids FREE w/adults. Adults: $10 Closing Reception - The Art of Balance, with refreshments and music. FREE! Funded in part by The Ann and Abe Effron Fund, of the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley. This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson. * Exhibiting Artists: Leslie Bender, Norman Darvie, Josiah Dearborn, Karen E. Gersch, David Millen, Eddison Romeo, Judy Sigunick, Peter Angelo Simon, Bob Yorburg, Martha Zola & children from the Beacon School District.

8 Title: City of Beacon Council Agenda 5/7/2018 Peg O' Leary, Community Services Programs, Inc. Subject: Background: ATTACHMENTS: Description Highland Meadows Type Backup Material

9 PUBLIC NOTICE AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING APPLICATIONS NOW ACCEPTED!!! APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BY MAY 15, 2018, WILL BE OPENED VIA PUBLIC LOTTERY ON MAY 16, THEREAFTER, APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS. HIGHLAND MEADOWS SENIOR HOUSING Former St. Francis Hospital 11 Hastings Drive Beacon, New York One and Two Bedroom Apartments for Households Over 62 Years Amenities: Utilities, Laundry, On-Site Parking, Community Room, Court Yard One Bedroom Rent: $ Two Bedroom Rents: $1, $1, Maximum and Minimum Income Limits Apply 100% Handicap Accessible 100% Smoke Free Call or TDD#711 for information & application! Equal Housing SMOKE FREE HOUSING 100% Handicap Opportunity Accessible Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status.

10 NOTICIA PÚBLICA VIVIENDA DE ALQUILER ECONÓMICA APLICACIONES AHORA ACEPTADAS!!! Las solicitudes recibidas el 15 de Mayo del 2018 se abrirán a través de la lotería pública el 16 de Mayo del A partir de entonces, las solicitudes serán consideradas en una primera base de servicio. HIGHLAND MEADOWS SENIOR HOUSING Antiguo hospital de San Francisco 11 Hastings Drive Beacon, Nueva York Apartamentos de una y dos habitaciones para familias de más de 62 años Servicios: Utilidades, Lavandería, Estacionamiento en el lugar, Salón de la comunidad, Patio de recreo Alquiler de una habitación: $ Alquileres de dos habitaciones: $ 1, $ 1, Se aplican límites máximos y mínimos de ingresos 100% Accesible para los Incapacitados 100% Libre de Humo Llame al o TDD # 711 para obtener información y aplicaciones! Igualdad de Oportunidad la Vivienda Vivienda Libre de Humo 100% Accesible para los En Incapacitados Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. no discrimina a ninguna persona por su raza, credo, color, discapacidad, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil o estado familiar.

11 May 1, 2018 Dear Prospective Tenant: Highland Meadows Senior L.P. is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for its HIGHLAND MEADOWS SENIOR RESIDENCE formerly known as St. Francis Hospital, located at 11 Hastings Drive, Beacon, New York Applications will be accepted as of May 1, 2018 and collected up until 5:00 pm May 16, 2018, at which time all received applications will be included in a LOTTERY DRAWING to be held at the City of Beacon City Hall at 1 Municipal Plaza, Beacon, New York. The Lottery will start at 5:00 pm and all applications will be drawn, names read and placed on a waiting list for screening. Applications received after May 16, 2018, will be placed on a waiting list, first come, first serve. Highland Meadows Senior L.P. is further pleased to enclose an application for housing for the HIGHLAND MEADOWS SENIOR RESIDENCE. PLEASE NOTE: All members of the household MUST over the age of 62 years. The application MUST be completed in its entirety and returned with the signed Consent for Release of Information form and this cover page signed. The following screening criteria will be used for ALL prospective tenants: 1) Previous Landlords: All applicants must provide five (5) years of verifiable, unrelated landlord references documenting adherence to lease terms and conditions. Landlord references from family members will not be accepted. In the case of homeowners, financial references in lieu of landlord references are acceptable. 2) Credit and Criminal Background Checks. We use CoreLogic to conduct credit and criminal background checks on all adult applicants. Applicants with documented late payments, judgments or non-medical bankruptcy and those who do not receive a favorable/acceptable credit rating will not be considered for occupancy. Any applicant with a criminal history will be reviewed on an individual basis within certain parameters. 3) Interview: Once the screening process is completed and an interview is requested, third party verification of all income and assets is required as is household composition. SIGN TO ACKNOWLEDGE SCREENING PROCESS ABOVE DATE

12 1 de Mayo, 2018 Estimado inquilino: Highland Meadows Senior L.P. se complace en anunciar que está aceptando solicitudes para su residencia de ancianos Highland Meadows anteriormente conocida como St. Francis Hospital, ubicado en 11 Hastings Drive, Beacon, Nueva York Las solicitudes serán aceptadas a partir del 1 de Mayo de 2018 y se recogerán hasta las 5:00 PM del 16 de Mayo de 2018, momento en el que todas las solicitudes recibidas serán incluidas en un sorteo de LOTERIA que se celebrará en la ciudad de Beacon City Hall en 1 Plaza Municipal, Beacon, Nueva York. La Lotería comenzará a las 5:00 PM y todas las solicitudes se extraerán a la lotería, los nombres se leerán y se colocarán en una lista de espera para un proceso de selección. Las solicitudes recibidas después del 16 de Mayo de 2018, serán colocadas en una lista de espera, primero en llegar, primero en servir. Highland Meadows Senior L.P. se complace en incluir una solicitud de vivienda para la residencia de ancianos de Highland Meadows. Atención: Todos los miembros del hogar deben tener más de 62 años de edad La solicitud debe ser completada en su totalidad y devuelta con el formulario firmado " Autorización para la Divulgación de Información" y esta página firmada. Se usarán los siguientes criterios de cribado para todos los inquilinos potenciales: 1) Propietarios anteriores: todos los solicitantes deben proporcionar cinco (5) años de referencias verificables y no relacionadas con el propietario que documenten la adherencia a los términos y condiciones del arrendamiento. Las referencias de propietarios familiares no serán aceptadas. En el caso de los propietarios de viviendas, las referencias financieras en lugar de las referencias del propietario son aceptables. 2) Cheques de crédito y antecedentes criminales. Usamos CoreLogic para conducir cheques de crédito y antecedentes criminales a todos los solicitantes adultos. Los solicitantes con los documentados de pagos atrasados, juicios o bancarrota no médica y aquellos que no reciben una calificación de crédito favorable/aceptable no serán considerados para la ocupación. Cualquier solicitante con antecedentes penales será revisado de manera individual dentro de ciertos parámetros.

13 3.) Entrevista: una vez que se haya completado el proceso de selección y se solicite una entrevista, se requerirá la verificación por tercera parte de todos los ingresos y activos como la composición del hogar. Firmar para reconocer el proceso de cribado anterior Fecha

14 Highland Meadows Senior Citizen Development *All Household Members Must Be Over 62 Years Old APPLICATION FOR HOUSING New York State Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Property This is an application for housing at: Project: Address: Please Print Clearly Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. 11 Hastings Avenue Beacon, New York Please complete this application and return to: Name: Hudson Valley Housing Development Fund Company, Inc. Address: 5 Givans Avenue Wappingers Falls, New York Telephone: (845) TDD #711 Fax: (845) PLEASE NOTE: AT THE TIME OF SCREENING, A CRIMINAL AND CREDIT BACKGROUND CHECK WILL BE PERFORMED, AS WELL AS, LANDLORD (NON-FAMILY) REFERENCES VERIFIED AND ALL INCOME DOCUMENTED. A. GENERAL INFORMATION Applicant Name(s): Address: Street Apt.# City State Zip Daytime Phone: Evening Phone: Were you referred from PEOPLe, Inc.? Yes No (check one) Were you referred from Taconic Resources? Yes No (check one) Have you served in the Military? Bedroom size requested: One BR Two BR Are you currently receiving or have received rental assistance from any source? Yes No (check one) If yes, from what source? Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, age, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status. Page 1 of 9 Smoke-Free

15 Do you RENT or OWN? Current monthly rental or mortgage payment: $ If own, do you receive rental income from the property? Amount per month $ Check utilities paid by you: Heat Electricity Gas Water Approximate monthly cost of utilities paid by you (excluding phone and cable TV): $ B. HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION * All Household Members Must Be Over 62 Years Old Please list ALL persons who will live in the apartment. List the head of household first. Head Relationship Marital Status Student Name to head M-married Birth Age SS# Y/N D-divorced Date S-single L-legal separation E-estranged Co-T Do you anticipate any additions to the household in the next twelve months? Yes No If yes, explain: Will all of the persons in the household be, or have been, full-time students during five calendar months of this year or plan to be in the next calendar year at an educational institution (other than a correspondence school) with regular faculty and students? IF YES, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: Yes No Are any full-time student(s) married and filing a joint tax return? Are any student(s) enrolled in a job-training program assistance under the Job Training Partnership Act? Are any full-time student(s) a TANF or a title IV recipient? Yes No Yes No Yes No Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, age, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status. Page 2 of 9 Smoke-Free

16 C. INCOME List ALL sources of income requested below. If a section doesn t apply, cross out or write NA. Household Member Name Source of Income Gross Monthly Amount Social Security $ Social Security $ SSI Benefits $ SSI Benefits $ Pension (list source) $ Pension (list source) $ Veteran's Benefits (list claim #) $ Veteran's Benefits (list claim #) $ Unemployment Compensation $ Unemployment Compensation $ Title IV/TANF $ Title IV/TANF $ Interest Income (source) $ Interest Income (source) $ Interest Income (source) $ Interest Income (source) $ Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, age, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status. Page 3 of 9 Smoke-Free

17 Household Member Name Source of Income Monthly Amount Employment amount $ Employer: Position held: How long employed: Employment amount $ Employer: Position held: How long employed: Alimony Are you entitled to receive alimony? [ ] Yes [ ] No If yes, list the amount you are entitled to receive. $ Do you receive alimony? [ ] Yes [ ] No If yes, list the amount you receive. $ Other Income $ Other Income $ Other Income $ TOTAL GROSS ANNUAL INCOME (Based on the monthly amounts listed above x 12) $ TOTAL GROSS ANNUAL INCOME FROM PREVIOUS YEAR $ Do you anticipate any changes in this income in the next 12 months? Yes No If yes, explain: Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, age, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status. Page 4 of 9 Smoke-Free

18 D. ASSETS If your assets are too numerous to list here, please request an additional form. If a section doesn t apply, cross out or write NA. Checking Accounts # Bank Balance $ # Bank Balance $ # Bank Balance $ Savings Accounts # Bank Balance $ # Bank Balance $ # Bank Balance $ Trust Account # Bank Balance $ Certificates # Bank Balance $ # Bank Balance $ # Bank Balance $ # Bank Balance $ Credit Union # Bank Balance $ # Bank Balance $ Savings Bonds # Maturity Date Value $ # Maturity Date Value $ # Maturity Date Value $ Life Insurance Policy # Cash Value $ Life Insurance Policy # Cash Value $ Mutual Funds Name: #Shares: Interest or Dividend $ Value $ Name: #Shares: Interest or Dividend $ Value $ Name: #Shares: Interest or Dividend $ Value $ Stocks Name: #Shares: Dividend Paid $ Value $ Name: #Shares: Dividend Paid $ Value $ Name: #Shares: Dividend Paid $ Value $ Bonds Name: #Shares: Interest or Dividend $ Value $ Name: #Shares: Interest or Dividend $ Value $ Investment Property Appraised Value $ Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, age, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status. Page 5 of 9 Smoke-Free

19 Real Estate Property: Do you own any property? If yes, type of property: Location of property: Appraised Market Value: $ Mortgage or outstanding loans balance due: $ Amount of annual insurance premium: $ Amount of most recent tax bill: $ Have you sold/disposed of any property in the last 2 years? If yes, type of property: Market value when sold/disposed: $ Amount sold/disposed for: $ Date of transaction: Yes No Yes No Have you disposed of any assets in the last 2 years (Example: Given away money to relatives, set up Irrevocable Trust Accounts)? If yes, describe the asset: Date of disposition: Amount disposed: $ Yes No Do you have any other assets not listed above (excluding personal property)? If yes, please list: Yes No E. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Are you or any member of your family currently using an illegal substance? Have you or any member of your family ever been arrested for drug use? Have you or any member of your family ever been convicted of a felony? If yes, describe: Have you or any member of your family ever been evicted from any housing? If yes, describe: Have you ever filed for bankruptcy? If yes, describe: Will you take an apartment when one is available? Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, age, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status. Page 6 of 9 Smoke-Free

20 Briefly describe your reason for applying: F. REFERENCE INFORMATION Provide Landlord References for the last five (5) years. For more room, continue on the back. * NOTE: Landlord references from family members are not acceptable. Name: Address: Current Landlord Home Phone: Business Phone: How long? Name: Address: Prior Landlord Home Phone: Business Phone: How long? Credit Reference #1: Address: Account #: Phone #: Credit Reference #2: Address: Account #: Phone #: Credit Reference #3: Address: Account #: Phone #: Personal Reference #1: Address: Relationship: Phone #: Personal Reference #2: Address: Relationship: Phone #: Personal Reference #3: Address: Relationship: Phone #: Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, age, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status. Page 7 of 9 Smoke-Free

21 In case of emergency notify: Address: Relationship: Phone #: G. VEHICLE AND PET INFORMATION (if applicable) List any cars, trucks, or other vehicles owned. Parking will be provided for one vehicle. Arrangements with Management will be necessary for more than one vehicle. Type of Vehicle: License Plate #: Year/Make: Color: Type of Vehicle: License Plate #: Year/Make: Color: Do you own any pets? Yes No If yes, describe: *Pets require additional security, have a 20 pound weight limit and pet caretaker. Emergency caregiver must be provided. CERTIFICATION I/We hereby certify that I/we do/will not maintain a separate subsidized rental unit in another location. I/We further certify that this will be my/our permanent residence. I/We understand I/we must pay a security deposit for this apartment prior to occupancy. I/We understand that my/our eligibility for housing will be based on applicable income limits and by Management s selection criteria. I/We certify that all information in this application is true to the best of my/our knowledge and I/we understand that false statements or information are punishable by law and will lead to cancellation of this application or termination of tenancy after occupancy. All adults, 18 or older, must sign application. SIGNATURE (S): (Signature of Tenant) Date (Signature of Co-Tenant) Date Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, age, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status. Page 8 of 9 Smoke-Free

22 AUTHORIZATION FOR RELEASE OF INFORMATION CONSENT I authorize and direct any Federal, State or Local agency, organization, business or individual to release to and verify my application for housing through Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. I understand and agree that this authorization or the information obtained with its use may be given to and used by Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. in administering and enforcing program rules and policies. INFORMATION COVERED I understand that, depending on program policies and requirements, previous or current information regarding me or my household may be needed. Verifications and inquiries that may be requested, include but are not limited to: Identity and Marital Status Employment, Income and Assets Credit and Criminal Activity Residences and Rental Activity GROUP OR INDIVIDUALS THAT MAY BE ASKED The groups or individuals that may be asked to release the above information (depending on program requirements) include but are not limited to: Previous Landlords (including Public Housing Agencies) Past and Present Employers Welfare Agencies Courts and Post Offices State Unemployment Offices Schools & Colleges Social Security Administration Income Revenue Service Support & Alimony Providers Medical & Child Care Providers Veterans Administration Retirement Systems Banks & other Financial Institutions Law Enforcement Agencies Credit Providers & Credit Bureaus CONDITIONS I agree that a photocopy of this authorization may be used for the purposes stated above. The original of this authorization is on file with Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. and will stay in effect for a year and one month from the date signed. I understand I have a right to review my file and correct any information that I can prove incorrect. SIGNATURES Head of Household (Print Name) Date Co-Head of Household (Print Name) Date Other Adult Member (Print Name) Date Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, age, color, disability, national origin, sex, marital status or familial status. Page 9 of 9 Smoke-Free

23 SOLICITUD DE VIVIENDA New York State Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Property Por Favor Escriba Claramente Esta es una solicitud de vivienda en: Proyecto: Dirección: Highland Meadows Senior L.P. 11 Hastings Drive Beacon, New York Por favor complete esta solicitud y Devolverla a: Nombre: Hudson Valley Housing Development Fund Company Inc. Dirección: 5 Givans Avenue Wappingers Falls, New York POR FAVOR NOTAR: Al momento de la selección, se hará la verificación de crédito Y antecedentes penales, así como la verificación de referencias del arrendador (no-familia) y se verificaran los comprobantes de ingresos. A. INFORMACION GENERAL Nombre del solicitante: Dirección: Calle #Apto. Ciudad Estado Código Postal Teléfono durante el día Teléfono en la tarde Correo electrónico: Fue usted enviado por PEOPLE Inc.? Sí No (marque uno) Fue usted enviado por Taconic Resources? Sí No Has servido en el Ejército? Número de habitaciones requeridas? 1 Cuarto 2 Cuartos Está usted recibiendo asistencia para pagar el alquiler? Sí No (marque uno) Si la respuesta fue si, quien provee la asistencia Usted Renta o es Dueño Valor mensual del alquiler o de la hipoteca $ Si es usted dueño, está recibiendo ingresos por el alquiler de la propiedad? Cantidad mensual $ Marque los servicios por los que usted paga actualmente: Calefacción Electricidad Gas Agua Aproximadamente cuantas pagas mensualmente por los servicios (sin incluir teléfono y TV) $. Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. no discrimina a ninguna persona por su raza, credo, color, discapacidad, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil o estado familiar. Vivienda Libre de Humo 1

24 B. COMPOSICION FAMILIAR * Todos los miembros del hogar deben tener más de 62 años. Por favor escriba los nombres de todas personas que van a vivir en el apartamento, empezando por la cabeza del hogar. Jefe de hogar Co- Jefe Nombre Relación con la cabeza de hogar Estado civil D-divorciado S- Soltero L- legalmente separado E-Separado Fecha de Nacimiento Edad # de Seguro Social Estudiante S/N Anticipan adiciones al hogar en los próximos doce meses? Sí No Si la respuesta es afirmativa, explique Todas las personas en el hogar serán o han sido estudiantes de tiempo completo durante 5 meses en el ano, o planean estar el próximo ano en una institución educativa? (no escuela por correspondencia) Sí No Si la respuesta es afirmativa, responda las siguientes preguntas: Están los estudiantes de tiempo completo casados y declarando impuestos Juntos? Sí No Hay algún estudiante matriculado en un programa de capacitación laboral bajo la ley de capacitación laboral? Sí No Recibe alguno de los estudiantes de tiempo completo asistencia de TANF o Title IV? Sí No Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. no discrimina a ninguna persona por su raza, credo, color, discapacidad, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil o estado familiar. Vivienda Libre de Humo 2

25 C. INGRESOS Escriba todas las fuentes de ingresos. Si una de las secciones no es aplicable, ponga una línea o escriba N/A. Nombre de la persona Fuente de ingresos Ingreso Mensual Bruto Seguro Social $ Seguro Social $ Beneficios de SSI $ Beneficios de SSI $ Pensión (nombre la fuente) $ Pensión (nombre la fuente) $ Beneficios de Veteranos (listar el número de reclamo) Beneficios de Veteranos (listar el número de reclamo) $ $ Compensación de Desempleo $ Compensación de Desempleo $ Compensación por desempleo Compensación por desempleo $ $ Title IV / TANF $ Title IV / TANF $ Ingreso Estudiantil- Tiempo completo (mayores de 18 años) Ingreso Estudiantil- Tiempo completo (mayores de 18 años) $ $ Ingreso de Intereses $ (Origen) Ingreso de Intereses $ (Origen) Ingreso de Intereses $ (Origen) Ingreso de Intereses $ (Origen) Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. no discrimina a ninguna persona por su raza, credo, color, discapacidad, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil o estado familiar. Vivienda Libre de Humo 3

26 Nombre del Miembro del Hogar Fuente de Ingresos Cantidad Mensual Ingresos de Empleo $ Empleador Cargo que Ocupa Cuanto Tiempo Empleado Ingresos de Empleo $ Empleador Cargo que Ocupa Cuanto Tiempo Empleado Pensión Alimenticia Tiene derecho a recibir Pensión Alimenticia? En caso afirmativo, haga una lista de la cantidad que tiene derecho a recibir Recibe usted pensión alimenticia? En caso afirmativo, haga una lista de la cantidad que recibe Si ( ) No ( ) $ Si ( ) No ( ) $ Otros Ingresos $ Otros Ingresos $ Otros Ingresos $ ingreso bruto anual total (basado en los $ montos mensuales listados arriba x 12) Ingreso bruto anual del año pasado $ Anticipa algún cambio en este ingreso en los próximos 12 meses? Sí No En caso afirmativo, explique: 4

27 D. BIENES (Activos) Si sus activos son demasiados para enumerarlos aquí, solicite un formulario adicional. Si una sección no aplica, tache o escriba N/A. Cuenta de Cheques # Banco Balance $ # Banco Balance $ # Banco Balance $ Cuenta de Ahorros # Banco Balance $ # Banco Balance $ # Banco Balance $ Cuenta de Fideicomiso # Banco Balance $ Certificados de Deposito # Banco Balance $ # Banco Balance $ # Banco Balance $ # Banco Balance $ Cooperativa de Crédito # Banco Balance $ # Banco Balance $ Bonos de Ahorro # Fecha de Madurez Valor $ # Fecha de Madurez Valor $ # Fecha de Madurez Valor $ Seguro de Vida # Valor $ Seguro de Vida # Valor $ Fondos de Inversión Nombre: # de Acciones Interés o Dividendos $ Nombre: # de Acciones Interés o Dividendos $ Nombre # de Acciones Interés o Dividendos $ Valor $ Valor $ Valor $ Acciones Nombre: # de Acciones Dividendo $ Valor $ Nombre: # de Acciones Dividendo $ Valor $ Nombre: # de Acciones Dividendo $ Valor $ Bonos Nombre: # de Acciones Interés o Dividendos Nombre: # de Acciones Interés o Dividendos Propiedad de Inversión Valor $ Valor $ Valor Tasado $ 5

28 Propiedades de Bienes Raíces: Es usted dueño de propiedad Raíz? Sí No Qué tipo de propiedad? Ubicación de la propiedad Valor Tazado $ Hipotecas o Prestamos en la Propiedad $ Costo Anual de Seguro a la Propiedad $ Costo de los Impuestos de Propiedad $ Has vendido/ renunciado alguna propiedad en los 2 últimos años? Sí No Qué tipo de propiedad? Valor vendido/renunciado $ Fecha de la Venta Ha usted renunciado o regalado bienes en los 2 últimos años? (por ejemplo regalo de dinero a familiares, o abrir cuentas de fideicomiso irrevocables) Sí No Describa los bienes Fecha del Regalo Valor del Regalo $ Tiene usted alguna otra propiedad o bienes no mencionados (excluyendo propiedad personal) Sí No Describa Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. no discrimina a ninguna persona por su raza, credo, color, discapacidad, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil o estado familiar. Vivienda Libre de Humo 6

29 Está usted o algún miembro de su familia usando actualmente una sustancia ilegal? Sí No Ha sido usted o algún miembro de su familia arrestados por consumo de drogas? Sí No Ha sido usted o algún miembro de su familia condenado de una felonía? Sí No Explique: Ha sido usted o algún miembro de su familia desalojado? Sí No Explique: Ha usted declarado bancarrota? Sí No Explique: Ocupara usted el apartamento cuando haya uno disponible? Brevemente explique la razón por la que aplico: E. REFERENCIAS Proporcione referencias de propietarios durante los últimos cinco (5) años. Si necesita más espacio, continúe en la parte posterior. NOTA: Las referencias de propietario familiares no son aceptables. Propietario Actual Nombre: Dirección: Teléfono: Propietario Anterior Nombre: Dirección: Teléfono: Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. no discrimina a ninguna persona por su raza, credo, color, discapacidad, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil o estado familiar. Vivienda Libre de Humo 7

30 Referencias de Crédito #1 Dirección: Número de Cuenta Teléfono Referencias de Crédito #2 Dirección: Número de Cuenta Teléfono Referencias de Crédito #3 Dirección: Número de Cuenta Teléfono Referencias Personal #1 Dirección: Parentesco Teléfono Referencias Personal #2 Dirección: Parentesco Teléfono Referencias Personal #3 Dirección: Parentesco Teléfono En Caso de Emergencia notificar: Dirección: Parentesco: Teléfono: Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. no discrimina a ninguna persona por su raza, credo, color, discapacidad, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil o estado familiar. Vivienda Libre de Humo 8

31 F. VEHICULOS Y MASCOTAS (si es aplicable) Enumere cualquier automóvil, camión u otro vehículo de su propiedad. Se proporcionará estacionamiento para un vehículo. Arreglos con la administración serán necesarios para más de un vehículo. Tipo de Vehículo: Modelo/Año: Tipo de Vehículo: Modelo/Año: # de Placas: Color: # de Placas: Color: Tiene alguna mascota? Sí No Describa: Mascotas requieren un depósito adicional y peso limito de 20 libras y cuidador de mascotas. El cuidador de emergencia debe ser provisto. CERTIFICACION Yo/Nosotros certifico/certificamos que yo/nosotros no mantendremos otra unidad de alquiler subsidiada en otra ubicación. Yo/nosotros certificamos que esta será mi/nuestra residencia permanente. Entiendo/entendemos que mi/nuestra elegibilidad para vivienda se basará en los límites de ingresos aplicables y según los criterios de selección de la Administración. Certifico/certificamos que toda la información en esta solicitud es verdadera según mi/nuestro conocimiento y entiendo/comprendemos que las declaraciones o información falsas son punibles por la ley y darán lugar a la cancelación de esta aplicación o la terminación del arrendamiento después de la ocupación. Todos los adultos, mayores de 18 años, deben firmar la solicitud. FIRMA(S): Firma del arrendatario Fecha Firma del Co-arrendatario Fecha Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. no discrimina a ninguna persona por su raza, credo, color, discapacidad, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil o estado familiar. Vivienda Libre de Humo 9

32 COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAMS, INC. Autorización para la Divulgación de Información CONSENTIMIENTO Concedo mi autorización a cualquier organización, agencia Federal, Estatal o Local, empresa o individuo para que divulgue y verifique mi solicitud de vivienda a través de Highland Meadows Senior, L.P.. Entiendo y acepto que esta autorización o la información obtenida con su uso puede ser entregada y utilizada por Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. en la administración y aplicación de las reglas y políticas de los programas. INFORMACION CUBIERTA Entiendo que, dependiendo de las políticas y los requisitos del programa, es posible que se necesite información previa o actual sobre mí o mi hogar. La información y verificaciones que se pueden solicitar incluyen, entre otras, las siguientes: Identidad y Estado Civil Empleo, Ingresos y Bienes Crédito y Antecedentes Penales Residencias e Historial de Alquiler GRUPOS O INDIVIDUOS QUE PODEMOS CONTACTAR Los grupos o individuos a los que les podemos preguntar la información anterior (dependiendo en los requerimientos del programa) incluyen, entre otras, los siguientes: Arrendatario Anterior (Incluyendo Agencias de Vivienda Pública) Empleadores Pasados y Actuales Agencias de Bienestar Cortes y Oficinas Postales Oficina Estatal de Desempleo Escuelas y Universidades Administración de Servicio Social Proveedores de Manutención y Pensión Alimenticia Proveedores Médicos y Cuidado de Niños Administración de Veteranos Sistema de Retiro Bancos y Otras Entidades Financieras Estaciones de Policía Proveedores y Oficinas de Crédito CONDICIONES Acepto que se pueda utilizar una fotocopia de esta autorización para los fines indicados anteriormente. El original de esta autorización está archivado en Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. y permanecerá vigente durante un año y un mes a partir de la fecha de la firma. Entiendo que tengo derecho a revisar mi archivo y corregir cualquier información que pueda probar incorrecta. Highland Meadows Senior, L.P. no discrimina a ninguna persona por su raza, credo, color, discapacidad, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil o estado familiar. Vivienda Libre de Humo 10

33 FIRMAS Firma del Jefe de Hogar Nombre en Imprenta Fecha Firma del Co-Jefe de Hogar Nombre en Imprenta Fecha Firma de Otro Miembro Adulto Nombre en Imprenta 11

34 Title: City of Beacon Council Agenda 5/7/2018 Resolution authorizing City Administrator to sign Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with New York State Division of Justice Services Subject: Background: ATTACHMENTS: Description Reso MOU DCJS DCJS MOU Type Resolution Agreement

35 CITY OF BEACON CITY COUNCIL Resolution No. of 2018 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO SIGN MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH NEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES (DCJS) WHEREAS, DCJS has sponsored Crime Analysis Center program participants throughout the State of New York, which include police agencies in Albany, Broome, Erie, Monroe, Onondaga, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties, and certain law enforcement agencies in other local jurisdictions: and WHEREAS, the HVCAC has proven to be an invaluable resource by providing and disseminating important crime analysis information to every participating law enforcement entity; WHEREAS, on December 12, 2017, all Parties entered into the Hudson Valley Crime Analysis Center Memorandum of Understanding (HVCAC MOU) for the development and operation of the Regional Crime Analysis Center in the Hudson Valley Region of New York State; and WHEREAS, in accordance with Section A (6) of the HVCAC MOU, the HVCAC board of Directors has voted to authorize the Commissioner of the DCJS to enter into agreements with other law enforcement agencies interested in participating in the HVCAC; and WHEREAS, the City of Beacon Police Department has expressed interest in participating in the HVCAC and becoming a party to the HVCAC MOU NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the City Council hereby authorizes the Mayor and/or City Administrator to sign the HVCAC MOU. Resolution No. of 2018 Date: 2018 Amendments 2/3 Required Not on roll call. On roll call 3/4 Required Motion Second Council Member Yes No Abstain Reason Absent Terry Nelson Jodi McCredo George Mansfield Lee Kyriacou John Rembert Amber Grant Mayor Randy Casale Motion Carried

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50 Title: City of Beacon Council Agenda 5/7/2018 Resolution approving agreement between the City of Beacon and Riverpool Subject: Background: ATTACHMENTS: Description Reso Riverpool Agreement Riverpool Type Resolution Agreement

51 CITY OF BEACON CITY COUNCIL Resolution No. of 2018 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF LICENSE AGREEMENT WHEREAS, the City of Beacon seeks to enter into a License Agreement with River Pool at Beacon, Inc. to allow River Pool at Beacon, Inc. to operate a floating pool in the Hudson River at the Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park in Beacon and install storage sheds on City property. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Beacon hereby approves the execution of a License Agreement between the City of Beacon and River Pool at Beacon, Inc. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that City Administrator is authorized to execute said Agreement and any documents consistent therewith. Resolution No. of 2018 Date: 2018 Amendments 2/3 Required Not on roll call. On roll call 3/4 Required Motion Second Council Member Yes No Abstain Reason Absent Terry Nelson Jodi McCredo George Mansfield Lee Kyriacou John Rembert Amber Grant Mayor Randy Casale Motion Carried 5102/11/607080v1 5/4/18

52 RIVERFRONT POOL LICENSE AGREEMENT This License Agreement (this License Agreement ) made as of this day of May, 2018, by and between City of Beacon (hereinafter Licensor ), having an address at One Municipal Plaza, Suite 1, Beacon, New York and between River Pool at Beacon, Inc. (hereinafter Licensee ), having an address at P.O. Box 173, Beacon, New York WHEREAS, the Licensee has operated a floating pool in the Hudson River at the Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park in Beacon since 2007 (the River Pool ); and WHEREAS, the Licensee requires two storage sheds to store equipment and provide winter storage for the floating pool; and WHEREAS, this Agreement sets forth the rights and obligations of the parities in connection with the operation of the Riverfront Pool and installation of the storage sheds. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions contained herein, the parities hereby agree follows: 1. Grant of License. Subject to all of the terms and conditions of this License Agreement, Licensor grants to Licensee a personal, revocable and non-assignable license to (1) operate a floating pool in the Hudson River at the Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park and (2) install two storage sheds at a location to be determined by the City Administrator. 2. Term. The term of this Agreement (the Term ) shall be for a period of ten (10) years commencing on the date hereof ( Commencement Date ) and ending ten (10) years from the Commencement Date, unless sooner terminated in accordance with the terms and provisions of this License Agreement. 3. License Fee. Licensee shall pay the License Fee to Licensor of $100 a year, which shall be due and payable each year on June 15th. 4.Operation of the Floating Pool. (a) Access and entry to the River Pool shall be open to the general public from July 1 to Labor Day, Tuesday thru Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. (b) Licensee shall be solely responsible for maintenance and operation of the River Pool. (c) Licensee shall comply with all local, county, state and federal laws. (d) The Licensee shall have lifeguards present during hours of operation. Licensee shall be responsible for hiring and supervising all staff in accordance with applicable county, state and federal employment laws. Licensee shall ensure all staff is properly certified and trained prior to beginning their duties. Licensee shall pay all staffing costs, i.e. salaries, withholding any employment taxes and worker s compensation insurance costs. (e) Licensee is required to maintain the River Pool in an orderly, clean and professional condition at all times. The Licensee is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the equipment and facilities at all times. (f) Licensee shall be required to maintain and provide all necessary and required signage for 9935/01/614387v3 5/4/18-1-

53 the River Pool. (g) The Licensee shall take all appropriate and necessary steps to provide adequate risk management planning to minimize liability or negligence by the Licensee. Licensee shall be responsible for and take appropriate precautions for the protection of all persons using the River Pool. (h) Licensee shall secure the pool to prevent access to it when a lifeguard is not present. 5. Installation of the Storage Sheds. The storage sheds shall be used to store equipment used by the Licensee, and for no other purpose or use without Licensor s prior written consent, which may be given or withheld in Licensor s sole and absolute discretion. The Licensor shall have the right to request relocation of the sheds, for any reason, upon thirty (30) days written notice to the Licensee, at Licensee s cost and expense. 6. Maintenance and Repairs. Throughout the Term of this License Agreement, Licensor shall have no obligations to make any repairs concerning the River Pool or the storage sheds. Licensee, at its sole cost and expense, shall immediately make any repairs required to operate and maintain the River Pool and shall have three (3) weeks, upon written request from the City, to make any requested repairs to the storage sheds. If Licensee fails to perform any requested repair, Licensor shall have the right, but not the obligation, to perform the same, Licensee shall within five (5) days of Licensor s demand therefor, pay to Licensor, as an Additional License Fee, in an amount equal to the cost of such repair. 7. Compliance with Laws. Licensee shall, at its sole cost and expense, comply with all laws, statutes, ordinances, orders, rules and regulations of federal, state, city and municipal authorities, and with any direction of any public officer, pursuant to law, with respect to the Licensee s operation and maintenance of the River Pool and storage sheds. Licensee shall, at its sole cost and expense, obtain all licenses, permits and approvals which may be required for the conduct of its business within the provisions of this License Agreement. 8. Insurance. Licensee shall, at its sole cost and expense, maintain and keep in full force and effect during the Term (and any renewal thereof) the following types of insurance: a. General Liability Insurance, with limits of no less than $1,000,000 each occurrence and $2,000, annual aggregate limits. The City of Beacon shall be named as an additional insured on the policy. The insurance policy shall be written on a primary and non-contributing coverage basis, including any self-insured retentions. To the extent permitted by New York law, the Licensee waives all rights of subrogation or similar rights against the City of Beacon, members of its City Council, assigns, officers, employees, representatives and agents. b. Workers Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance, covering operations in New York State. Policy shall include all employees, volunteers, owners/partners and provide statutory Workers Compensation limits. To the extent permitted by New York law, the Licensee waives all rights of subrogation or similar rights against City of Beacon, members of its City Council, assigns, officers, employees, representatives and agents. Certificates shall provide that thirty (30) days written notice, by registered mail with return receipt requested, prior to cancellation or expiration be given to the City of Beacon. Policies that lapse and/or expire during term of work shall be recertified and received by the City of Beacon no less than thirty (30) days prior to expiration or cancellation. The cost of 9935/01/614387v3 5/4/18-2-

54 furnishing the above insurance shall be borne by the Licensee. Copies of the required insurance certificates shall be provided by June 15 th of each year. 9. Modifications and Notices. Wherever in this Agreement notices are required to be delivered by one party to the other, then the same shall be in writing by first-class mail or personal delivery and addressed to the Licensor at City Hall at 1 Municipal Plaza, Beacon, New York 12508, and to the Licensee at the address set forth above. Any modifications to this Agreement are required to be in writing and executed by both parties. This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties. 10. Indemnification. Licensee agrees to indemnify, defend with counsel acceptable to Licensor, and hold harmless Licensor, and Licensor s principals, members, officers, employees, directors, agents, ground lessors, mortgagees, and all of their successors and assigns, from and against all legal actions, liabilities, obligations, causes of action, damages, penalties, claims, costs, charges and expenses, including reasonable attorneys fees, which may arise in any manner out of Licensee s use or operation of the River Pool and storage sheds, or this License Agreement, and/or in connection with loss of life, bodily or personal injury or property damage arising from or out of all acts, failures, omissions or negligence of Licensee, or his or her agents employees or contractors. Licensee further agrees that in the event an action or proceeding is brought by Licensor to enforce any of the terms of this License Agreement, and Licensor prevails in such action or proceeding in whole or in part, Licensee shall be required to pay all reasonable attorney fees and expenses incurred by Licensor. 11. Non-assignability: It is expressly understood between the Parties herein that this License does not run with the land, it is not coupled with any other interest, is not assignable, and may be terminated by Licensor at any time for a breach of this Agreement, or without cause on thirty (30) days notice. 12. Governing Law: This Agreement shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the state in which the Property is located and shall not be modified, altered, or amended except in writing as agreed to by the parties hereto. 13. Counterparts: This Agreement may be executed in multiple counterparts, each of which shall be an original, but all of which shall constitute one and the same Agreement. [SIGNATURE PAGE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWS] 9935/01/614387v3 5/4/18-3-

55 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned have executed this License Agreement as of the date and year first above written. LICENSOR: CITY OF BEACON By: Name: Anthony Ruggiero Title: City Administrator LICENSEE: RIVER POOL AT BEACON, INC. By: Name: Title: 9935/01/614387v3 5/4/18-4-

56 Title: City of Beacon Council Agenda 5/7/2018 Resolution authorizing City Administrator to sign Memorial Park easement agreement with Central Hudson Subject: Background: ATTACHMENTS: Description Reso Memorial Park easement Memorial Park Easement Exhibit A Memorial Park Easement Type Resolution Agreement Backup Material

57 CITY OF BEACON CITY COUNCIL Resolution No. of 2018 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A PERMANENT EASEMENT AGREEMENT WITH CENTRAL HUDSON GAS & ELECTRIC CORPORATION AT MEMORIAL PARK WHEREAS, the City of Beacon owns the property located Memorial Park located on Robert Cahill Dr in the City of Beacon (Tax Map Parcel No ) (the Easement Area ), and Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation ( Central Hudson ) has requested a permanent easement permitting Central Hudson to gain access to said property for specified public utility use in, upon, over and under the Easement Area; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT, the City Council hereby authorizes the Mayor and/or City Administrator to sign the Permanent Easement Agreement for said purpose, along with all documents as may be necessary for the recording of such Agreement, subject to review and approval by the City Attorney. Resolution No. of 2018 Date: 2018 Amendments 2/3 Required Not on roll call. On roll call 3/4 Required Motion Second Council Member Yes No Abstain Reason Absent Terry Nelson Jodi McCredo George Mansfield Lee Kyriacou John Rembert Amber Grant Mayor Randy Casale Motion Carried

58 FORM NO. 411 (3/13) In consideration of the sum of $1.00 and other valuable considerations, the receipt whereof from Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation, a domestic corporation having its principal office (residence) at 284 South Avenue, Poughkeepsie, New York and Verizon New York, Inc., a domestic corporation having its principal office (residence) at 140 West Street, New York, NY is hereby acknowledged, the undersigned hereby grant(s) and convey(s) unto said corporation(s), and each of them, their respective successors, assigns and lessees (hereinafter collectively referred to as the Corporations ), an easement for any use relating to the electric, or land line communication industry ( communication ), including, but not limited to, the installation, operation and maintenance of overhead electric or communication facilities which easement shall be 10 feet in width throughout its extent, in, upon, under, over and across the lands of the undersigned, including roads and highways thereon and adjacent thereto, on property known and designated on the City of Beacon Tax Map as Parcel No in the City of Beacon, County of Dutchess, State of New York Said easement shall start at existing pole P63248 on the South heading in a Northwesterly direction to existing pole P on the West. Installation of 500 of 3 phase 556 SPCA cable with 336 ACSR neutral. Existing pole sets will be upgraded to 50 class 2 and installation of new pole along with all necessary anchors and push braces will be installed. In addition two trees will need to be removed, triplex will be removed over parking area and transformer installed on pole , all as depicted on the figure attached hereto as Exhibit A. Under no circumstances, will any facilities other than for electric or landline telephone communicaitons be permitted within the easement area. Together with the permanent right at all times to have access thereto within the easement and across the remaining premise(s) of the undersigned, and to enter thereon, and to construct, excavate, place, relocate, extend, operate, maintain and to protect, repair, replace and remove, in and over the property covered by said easement, such facilities, including, but not limited to, lines or poles, cables, crossarms, wires, guys and braces, and all other appurtenances and fixtures adaptable to the present and future needs, uses and purposes of said corporations, their respective successors, assigns and lessees, and provided that damage to the property owned by the undersigned caused by said corporations, their respective successors, assigns or lessees, shall be adjusted at the expense of the person or entity so causing such damage. Together with the permanent right upon prior written notice to the undersigned, to also trim, cut, clear cut to ground level and at within the reasonable discretion of either Corporation, to remove at any time such brush, trees and other objects, thereon as in the reasonable judgment of either Corporation may fall upon or come in contact with the facilities or may interfere with, obstruct or endanger the construction, operation or maintenance of said rights, facilities and other appurtenances and fixtures or any thereof, which may hereafter be constructed in, over, or across said easement. Reserving unto the undersigned the right to only plant and cultivate lawn grass and low growing ornamental shrubs within said easement, and the right to cross and recross said easement, provided that any such cultivation and/or use of said easement shall not in the reasonable judgment of said Corporations interfere with, obstruct or endanger any of the rights granted as aforesaid and provided that no house, shall be erected, constructed placed, installed, or located and no excavating, mining or blasting shall be undertaken or performed within the limits of said easement without the prior written consent of said Corporations, such consent to which shall not be unreasonable withheld, conditioned or delayed. This easement and the provisions hereof shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the heirs, legal representatives, successors, assigns and lessees of the undersigned and said Corporations, respectively. Signed, sealed and delivered, on..,. In the presence of: Subscribing Witness Only (Sign & Print Name) (Business Name) (L.S) (Sign Name) (Print Name and Title) (L.S) (Sign Name) (Print Name and Title) Residing at... Number Street Town, City or Village State County

59 FORM NO. 411 (3/13) ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF CONVEYANCE State of New York ) )ss.: County of ) On the...day of... in the year... before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for said State, personally appeared..., personally known to me or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the individual(s) whose name(s) is (are) subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument, the individual(s), or the person upon behalf of which the individual(s) acted, executed the instrument.... Notary Public NEW YORK ALL-PURPOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of New York ) )ss.: County of ) On the...day of...in the year... before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for said state, personally appeared..., personally known to me or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the individual(s) whose name(s) is (are) subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument, the individual(s), or the person upon behalf of which the individual(s) acted, executed the instrument.... Notary Public CERTIFICATE OF SUBSCRIBING WITNESS State of New York ) )ss.: County of ) On the...day of... in the year..., before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for said State, personally appeared......, the subscribing witness to the foregoing instrument, with whom I am personally acquainted, who, being by me duly sworn, did depose and say that he/she/they resides in......;that he/she/theyknow(s) to be the individual described in and who executed the foregoing instrument; that said subscribing witness was present and saw said..... execute the same; and that said witness at the same time subscribed his/her/their name(s) as a witness thereto.... Notary Public RIGHT OF WAY R W No PD #. Town.. Village.... City Granted by to Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation Date: Map: Line : Pole No: Work Order #: J#: SBL: Address of ROW: RECORD AND RETURN TO: Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation 284 South Avenue Poughkeepsie, NY Attn: Real Property Services

60 NEW POLE WITH ANCHOR POLE WITH TRANSFORMER INSTALLED 10 POLE WITH 2 ANCHORS POLE WITH PUSH BRACE REMOVE TPX OVER PARKING AREA REMOVE TREE REMOVE TREE POLE P63248 WITH PUSH BRACE J ROUTE OF NEW CENTRAL HUDSON CONDUCTOR THRU BEACON PARK - CITY OF BEACON

61 Title: City of Beacon Council Agenda 5/7/2018 Resolution to set a public hearing for May 21, 2018 to receive comments on the 2018 Capital Plan Subject: Background: ATTACHMENTS: Description Reso Capital Plan Type Backup Material

62 CITY OF BEACON CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. OF 2018 RESOLUTION TO SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING FOR MAY 21, 2018 TO RECEIVE PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE 2018 CAPITAL PLAN NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Beacon hereby schedules a public hearing to receive public comment on the 2018 Capital Plan. Resolution No. of 2018 Date: 2018 Amendments Not on roll call On roll call 2/3 Required 3/4 Required Motion Second Council Member Yes No Abstain Reason Absent Terry Nelson Jodi McCredo George Mansfield Lee Kyriacou John Rembert Amber Grant Mayor Randy J. Casale Motion Carried

63 Title: City of Beacon Council Agenda 5/7/2018 Resolution authorizing City Administrator to sign water supply agreement with Village of Fishkill Subject: Background: ATTACHMENTS: Description Reso Water Supply Plan Water Supply Agreement Type Resolution Resolution

64 CITY OF BEACON CITY COUNCIL Resolution No. of 2018 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF BEACON AND THE VILLAGE OF FISHKILL CONCERNING THE PURCHASE OF WATER WHEREAS, the City of Beacon seeks to enter into an Agreement with the Village of Fishkill to purchase part of the existing and future unused capacity of the Village s water supply to provide to the City s residents. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that, subject to the City Council s review and approval, the City Council of the City of Beacon hereby authorizes the execution of the Agreement between the City of Beacon and the Village of Fishkill. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Mayor is authorized to execute said Agreement and any documents consistent therewith. Resolution No. of 2018 Date: 2018 Amendments 2/3 Required Not on roll call. On roll call 3/4 Required Motion Second Council Member Yes No Abstain Reason Absent Terry Nelson Jodi McCredo George Mansfield Lee Kyriacou John Rembert Amber Grant Mayor Randy Casale Motion Carried 5102/11/607080v1 5/4/18

65 THIS AGREEMENT, made the day of, 20, by and between the Village of Fishkill, a municipal corporation with its Village Hall located at 1095 Main Street, in the Village of Fishkill, Town of Fishkill, County of Dutchess and State of New York, hereinafter referred to as the "Village", and the City of Beacon, a municipal corporation having its City Hall and principal place of business situate located at 1 Municipal Plaza, in the City of Beacon, County of Dutchess and State of New York, hereinafter referred to as the "City". WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, the Village owns, maintains and operates a central water supply and distribution system (hereinafter called "the System" ) which produces and furnishes water to the Village of Fishkill residents for a consideration, and WHEREAS, the Village estimates that the source water supply of the existing System presently exceeds the requirements of the Village users, and WHEREAS, the City desires to purchase part of the existing and future unused capacity of the Village water supply under an agreement that will benefit the parties, and WHEREAS, the City hired Leggette, Brashears & Graham to research other possible water sources, and perform a water evaluation study to assess the system s existing capacity and potential future needs; and WHEREAS, at the end of the term of this Agreement, the City and the Village shall enter into a new agreement incorporating proposed capital improvements for the Village s water system, regarding but not limited to, the interconnection of all of the Village s Well Fields and the exploration of additional Well Fields of future access by the City. 5102/11/618386v4 5/4/18-1-

66 NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of these mutual promises and covenants, and other good and valuable consideration, the parties hereby agree as follows: FIRST: The duration of this Agreement shall be for a period of two (2) years from the date of its execution, unless sooner terminated. The City shall have a right to terminate this Agreement for any reason, provided that the City serves a written notice of such intention to terminate to the Village not less than thirty (30) days prior to the stated date of termination. Notice of such termination must be served on the Village Mayor and Village Clerk, either personally or by certified mail. Such termination shall be without penalty to the City. SECOND: The Village will provide the City with a supplemental water supply of up to one million two hundred thousand (1,200,000) gallons per day upon signing this Agreement. THIRD: The City shall be responsible, at its sole cost and expense, for obtaining all requisite permits or approvals from any county or state agency pertaining to the subject matter of this Agreement. Copies of any applications for permits or approvals from such agencies shall be provided to the Village simultaneous with filing same with the county or state agency. The provisions of this agreement shall be contingent upon the City s obtaining all requisite permits or approvals from the county or state agencies having jurisdiction over the subject matter of this Agreement. The City shall be responsible for all expenses related to compliance with the State Environmental Quality Review Act concerning the subject of this agreement, and the City shall be designated as the "lead agency" with respect to such review. FOURTH: The term "Village rate" as used below will be defined as the rate the Village of Fishkill charges its own residents for water produced by the Village. This rate is currently 5102/11/618386v4 5/4/18-2-

67 $2.15/1,000 gallons per day. The Village reserves the right to change the Village rate from time to time, as operational costs, such as electrical, chemical and utilities, change. FIFTH: All costs sustained by the Village under this contract are included in the purchase price stated herein. There shall be no additional costs charged to the City. SIXTH: Between the effective date of this agreement and the end of the calendar year, the City shall guarantee purchase of a minimum of two hundred thousand (200, 000) gallons per day, average daily use over a calendar year period. Both parties shall jointly determine if the terms of the guaranteed minimum purchase has, in fact, been met at the end of each calendar year. If the usage is below said minimum requirement, the City shall pay the equivalent amount for the water not purchased, within thirty (30) days of the determination. SEVENTH: The water meter, (which shall be owned and maintained by the Village), shall be read quarterly, and charges for consumption shall be billed by the Village quarterly. In the event that the meter is read incorrectly or is out of service, the Village shall bill the City for each day the meter is not functioning at the average daily consumption rate as determined by the records for the previous four (4) charges for consumption of water actually consumed by the City. EIGHTH: The City agrees to provide an emergency supply of water to the Village at any time that the Village is unable to supply water from its own water supply system of sufficient quantity and quality to meet the needs of its users. Water provided to the Village pursuant to this paragraph will be charged at the same rates the City charges its own residents for water usage. Such use is further subject to the right of the City to discontinue said use in the event of a water emergency in the City and further subject to the provisions of New York 5102/11/618386v4 5/4/18-3-

68 State law dealing with the sale of excess water by a City to outside users, as set forth in 20 of the General City Law. The Village agrees to provide an emergency supply of water to the City at any time that the City is unable to supply water from its own water supply system of sufficient quantity and quality to meet the needs of its users. Such use is further subject to the right of the Village to discontinue said use in the event of a water emergency in the Village and further subject to the provisions of New York State law dealing with sale of excess water by a Village to outside users, as set forth in of the New York State Village Law. Water provided to the City pursuant to this paragraph will be charged at the same rates set forth in paragraph "FOURTH" above. NINTH: The Village shall assume all electrical and other utility costs incurred in conjunction with the operation of the well supplying the water to the City. TENTH: The Village shall endeavor to protect the quality of the water in the aquifer and its system, which at a minimum includes enforcement of the Watershed Rules and Regulations of the State of New York. This contract is contingent upon the Village maintaining its water quality at, or above. New York State Board of Health standards for "ground water", at all times during the pendency of this agreement. It is the understanding of the parties to this Agreement that the Village shall not be obligated to chemically treat the water supplied to the City under this Agreement. In the event the Village does not maintain its water quality at, or above, said Board of Health standards, the City shall be relieved of its obligation to purchase water during the period the Village is not in compliance with this provision. ELEVENTH: The Parties acknowledge their obligation to promote water conservation measures each in their own respective jurisdictions. This commitment to 5102/11/618386v4 5/4/18-4-

69 conservation coincides with the policy imperatives contained in the Environmental Conservation Law that all agencies must conduct their affairs with an awareness that they are stewards of the air, water and land and that they have an obligation to protect the environment for the use and enjoyment of future generations. The specific scope and methods of water conservation are left to each Party to be satisfied as dictated by local authority. This agreement shall not be interpreted to require any specific conservation measures in order to achieve the goal of water conservation except where the Village has declared a water emergency. In the event that the lawful authority of the Village declares a water shortage or emergency and imposes water usage restrictions on Village water users, it is expressly prohibited from limiting the supply of public water delivered to the City during such period except in accordance with paragraph TWELFTH below. TWELFTH: Where the Village has declared a water emergency and has imposed mandatory supply and usage reductions on its residents, the Village shall serve official notice on the City Administrator of the City of Beacon of said emergency declaration, citing specifically the reasons for mandatory conservation measures, the nature of restrictions imposed and the official date of commencement of such restrictions. The City shall then decide whether to impose the same, or similar, water restrictions on City residents served pursuant to this agreement, and in addition, shall set forth specific conservation measures as are practicable, and shall otherwise regulate water use within the City in a manner consistent with applicable conservation regulations. In the event that water consumption in the City falls below the minimum usage established in paragraph SIXTH above, due to a formal declaration of water emergency by 5102/11/618386v4 5/4/18-5-

70 the City and the Village, the minimum consumption requirements shall be suspended until such water emergency order is rescinded by the City and the Village. THIRTEENTH: The Village hereby represents and warrants that all Village water facilities, including without limitation, its pipes, well mechanisms and pumping stations, have the mechanical capacity and shall be maintained adequately so that they draw and transmit the water purchased under this Agreement and the design capacity is sufficient to service the reserved capacity to the City as provided herein, the facilities are in compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations of any state, federal or municipal agency or body having jurisdiction and all permits, licenses and approvals issued pursuant to same. The Village shall maintain and operate its supply facility and distribution system in full compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations of any state, federal or municipal agency or body having jurisdiction and all permits, licenses and approvals issued pursuant to same. The Village shall provide the City with notice of any unusual occurrences, system malfunctions or improvements, which may affect normal service. FOURTEENTH: The City shall maintain and operate its respective distribution systems in full compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations of any state, federal or municipal agency or body having jurisdiction and all permits, licenses and approvals issued pursuant to same. The City shall provide the Village with notice of any unusual occurrences, system malfunctions or improvements, which may affect demand for water supply under this Agreement. The City covenants that all reasonable steps will be taken to keep their distribution systems in good repair, so as to prevent substantial water loss during the term of this Agreement. 5102/11/618386v4 5/4/18-6-

71 FIFTEENTH: The City shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Village, its agents and employees, from and against all losses, damage, suits, claims, judgements and decrees, including reasonable attorneys fees and court costs, resulting from breach by, and any material inaccuracy of the representations of the Village set forth herein, or breach by the City of any material provision of this Agreement. The Village shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the City, its agents and employees, from and against all losses, costs, damages, suits, claims, judgements, decrees and reasonable attorney s fees and litigation costs, resulting from breach by the Village of any material provision in this Agreement. SIXTEENTH: The Parities shall comply with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations of any county, state or federal agency with respect to the water pipes and facilities within their municipal boundaries. Each party shall exercise due diligence to prosecute, or seek prosecution for the violation of such laws, rules and regulations against persons or entities who damage the distribution system or facility within such parties boundaries or who endanger any portion of the water supply as transmitted through the respective distribution system belonging to the Parties. In the event that the Village becomes aware that a maximum contaminant level is exceeded under the regulations contained in Chapter I of the New York State Sanitary Code Subpart 5-1, Section-1.52 Tables 1 through 7 as amended, the Village shall immediately notify the City Administrator about the source and nature of the contaminant. The Village covenants that it will transmit such notice by telephone in advance of, or concurrently with, the 5102/11/618386v4 5/4/18-7-

72 transmission of such notice to the Department of Health in accord with the notification requirements indicated in that same Subpart Section Table 13. SEVENTEENTH: This Agreement may not be assigned by a party without the express written consent by the other parties hereto. EIGHTEENTH: Should any provision of this Agreement be found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be for any reason whatsoever, invalid, void or unenforceable, it shall be deemed severed from the balance of this Agreement and the balance of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. NINETEENTH: The Waiver by either party of the breach of any one or more of the covenants of this Agreement is not a waiver of any other provision hereof or of a subsequent breach of the same covenant or covenants. TWENTIETH: This document contains the entire Agreement among the parties and may not be changed, modified or in any way amended, except by agreement in writing. TWENTY-FIRST: All notices hereunder shall be in writing sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, or by personal delivery to the address of the respective parties set forth above and hereafter designated by such party in the manner required for the giving of notice hereunder. TWENTY-SECOND: This agreement is executed by and on behalf of the Village and by and on behalf of the City by virtue of express authorization given by their respective Boards and Councils at either regular or special meetings, in accordance with the laws of the State of New York. 5102/11/618386v4 5/4/18-8-

73 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused their corporate seals to be hereunto affixed, and, these presents to be signed by their duly authorized officers the day and year first written above. VILLAGE OF FISHKILL BY: James J. Miccio, Mayor CITY OF BEACON BY: Randy Casale, Mayor 5102/11/618386v4 5/4/18-9-

74 Title: City of Beacon Council Agenda 5/7/2018 Approval of Minutes from April 16, 2018 Subject: Background: ATTACHMENTS: Description Minutes_April_16_2018 Type Minutes

75 City of Beacon Council Minutes April 16, 2018 Regular Meeting These minutes are for the regular meeting of the Beacon City Council, held in the Municipal Center at One Municipal Plaza on April 2, 2018 at 7:00 PM. Please note that the video recording of this meeting is available at Council Members Present: Lee Kyriacou, At Large George Mansfield, At Large Terry Nelson, Ward One Jodi McCredo, Ward Three Amber Grant, Ward Four Randy Casale, Mayor Also Present: Anthony Ruggiero, City Administrator Nick Ward-Willis, City Attorney Nick Page, County Legislator Council Members Absent/Excused: John Rembert, Ward Two A moment of silence was observed for those who serve and have served in the United States military. First Opportunity for Public Comments: Each speaker may have one opportunity to speak up to three minutes on any subject matter other than those, which are the topic of a public hearing tonight. Speakers: Arthur Camins Emil Azamora April Farley Dan Morea Harold Delamater (submitted letter re: conditions at Veteran s Memorial Building for the record) Moe Baxter Dennis Pavelock Don Gallo (submitted letter for the record) Julie Shiroishi Public Hearings: Proposed Local Law to amend Chapter 223 of the Code of the City of Beacon concerning the Central Main Street District (CMS); Amendments to the City of Beacon Comprehensive Plan update involving changes to the Central Main Street (CMS), Central Business (CB), Off-Street Parking (PB), R1-5, RD-4, Local Business (LB), General Business (GB), Light Industrial (LI) and Waterfront Park (WP); and Proposed Local Law to amend the Zoning Map of the City of Beacon Speakers: John Thom Melissa Burkett Lisa Alvarez Dan Aymar-Blair Theresa Kraft Stosh Yankowski Councilmember McCredo motioned to adjourn the Public Hearing until May 21, 2018, Councilmember Nelson seconded

76 City of Beacon Council Minutes April 16, 2018 o All in favor, motion passed Proposed local law to amend Chapter 223, concerning calculation of the Lot Area per Dwelling Unit in the R1, RD, and Fishkill Creek Development Districts Speakers: Peg O Leary Lisa Alvarez Andrew Schriever Peggy Ross Theresa Kraft Anora Sramek Arthur Camins Kathleen Mesa Gary Pavlovic Stacey Maldonado Councilmember McCredo motioned to close the public hearing, Councilmember Kyriacou seconded o All in favor, motion passed Application for Special Use Permit for the Edgewater Project, 22 Edgewater Place Speakers: Samantha Britton Taylor Palmer Aryeh Siegel Rodney Webber Melissa Burkett Theresa Kraft Ronna Lichtenberg Michal Mart Christian Campbell Tina Bernstein Betty Ann Lopate Julie Winterbaum Erin Guinta Brian DiFeo Bob Bomersbach Andra Sramek Steve Mattie Casey Morris Elaine Ciaccio Jum Lichtenberg Steve Miccio Don Gallo Tom Dicasterley Katie O Leary Perry Hung Jennifer Bowler Lisa Alvarez Dan Aymar-Blair Emil Alzamora Lou Amoroso Caroline Jensen Joan Unterwerger Taylor Palmer Council Member Reports: Terry Nelson: Thanked constituents for contacting him. A ward meeting is being planned- place, date and time TBD. Jodi McCredo: Thanked everyone who contacted her to express their opinions. Digests all comments. Would like to workshop 2 nd floor commercial space; favors moratorium. Thanked Vets for their service. Reminded public that April 15 th is school board election and budget vote; April 17 th is election for library board of trustees and is planning Ward 3 Town Hall meeting at 1 st Presbyterian Church, details TBD. George Mansfield: Attended opening of Beacon Historical Society, thanked the volunteers who made that possible. Feels that the only thing constant in Beacon is the constant state of change. Lee Kyriacou: Complimented and thanked all attendees; would prefer to be more collaborative. Spoke about the late Frank Skartados who was an advocate to our community. Amber Grant: Congratulated Beacon Historical Society on their new home. Reminded all that the City clean-up is this Saturday from 12-2.

77 City of Beacon Council Minutes April 16, 2018 John Rembert: absent Mayor Randy Casale: read regarding condo assessment and statement from City Assessor. Announcements: Grievance Day for assessments is May 23 rd ; Citizen Preparedness Training will be held Tuesday April 17 th 6:30 pm at City of Beacon Fire Station #2 13 South Avenue; Department of Public Service Public Hearings to be held on Monday April 23 rd. Read Proclamation declaring May Mental Health Awareness Month. Shared that the City of Beacon will be setting up an Opioid Crisis Prevention and information event. Anthony Ruggiero: No report. Nick Page: Dutchess County is now a Climate Smart Community Resolutions, Ordinances and Local Laws: 1. Resolution to appoint Kathleen Dawkins as Account Clerk Typist I, Step 1 Nelson McCredo Motioned Mansfield Kyriacou Rembert Absent Grant seconded Casale Motion Passed Resolution to adopt a local law to amend Chapter 134 and Chapter 223, Section 24.7 of the Code of the City of Beacon Historic Preservation. Nelson seconded McCredo Mansfield Kyriacou motioned Rembert Absent Grant Casale Motion passed Resolution adopting a local law to amend Chapter 223 of the Code of the City of Beacon concerning calculation of the lot area per dwelling unit in the R1, RD, and Fishkill Creek Development Districts Nelson McCredo Mansfield Kyriacou Rembert Grant Casale All in favor Motion to table Seconded Absent Motion passed 4. Resolution to accept Comprehensive Water Supply Plan and incorporate into Comprehensive Plan Nelson seconded McCredo Mansfield motioned Kyriacou Rembert Absent Grant Casale Motion passed 6-0

78 City of Beacon Council Minutes April 16, Resolution awarding Sludge Cake contract to Casella Organics Nelson motioned McCredo Mansfield seconded Kyriacou Rembert Absent Grant Casale Motion passed Resolution authorizing sale of an approximately 0.06-acre parcel of vacant land located on Wolcott Avenue Nelson McCredo motioned Mansfield seconded Kyriacou Rembert Absent Grant Casale Motion passed Resolution granting further extension of time to complete construction of a house at the Rosenethe Estates, LLC Nelson McCredo Mansfield Kyriacou motioned Rembert Absent Grant seconded Casale Motion passed 6-0 Approval of Minutes from April 2, 2018 Nelson McCredo Mansfield Kyriacou Rembert Grant Casale All in favor Seconded Absent motioned Motion passed Approval of Minutes Minutes from March 19, 2018 * Motion by Councilmember McCredo, second by Councilmember Mansfield * All in favor, motion carried Second Opportunity for Public Comments: Each speaker may have one opportunity to speak for up to three minutes on any subject matter on which the Council can take action. Speakers: Stosh Yankowski Executive Session: Advice of Counsel

79 City of Beacon Council Minutes April 16, 2018 Enter into executive session Nelson McCredo Mansfield Kyriacou Rembert Grant Casale All in favor motioned seconded Motion passed Adjournment: Next Meeting: May 7, 2018 at 7:00 PM

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