Special Meeting of the Rush Town Board – 2007/12/05

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Special meeting
Rush Town Board
December 5, 2007
A Special Meeting of the Rush Town Board was held on December 5, 2007 at the Rush Town Offices, 5977 East Henrietta Road and was called to order at 6:00 p.m.
Present: Councilman Donald Knab
Councilman Richard Anderson
Councilman Thomas Doupe
Councilwoman Lisa Sluberski
Supervisor William Udicious
Others: Frank Pavia, Attorney for the Town of Rush
1. Intermunicipal Agreement with County of Monroe
Supervisor Udicious explained that the Intermunicipal Agreement with the County of Monroe will provide the town with an amount of funds equal to any sales tax revenue reduction incurred by the town as a result of the County’s election of the intercept described in Section 2 of Chapter 58 of the Laws of New York 2005. After discussion:
RESOLUTION #168
Councilman Knab moved be it resolved, the Supervisor of the Town of Rush is hereby authorized to execute the Intermunicipal Agreement, and any amendments thereto, with the County of Monroe, for the provision of funds by Monroe County to the Town of Rush such that the Town of Rush does not experience a loss of revenue as a result of the County of Monroe’s election of the intercept described in Section 2 of Chapter 58 of the Laws of New York 2005.
Notice of This Resolution shall be filed and circulated to the extent required by any applicable provision of the Code of the Town of Rush and/or any relevant statute or regulation. Councilman Doupe seconded the motion.
Roll: Councilman Knab aye
Councilman Anderson aye
Councilman Doupe aye
Councilwoman Sluberski aye
Supervisor Udicious aye carried.
2. Sale of Hart’s Field – A letter dated November 19, 2007 from Attorney Lawrence Goldstein representing the individuals who have made a purchase offer on the Hart’s
Field property was discussed. Attorney Pavia will speak to the Harris Beach attorney handling the sale for the town regarding the conditions of sale proposed by the potential buyer. The Board agreed that working out the details of any sale could be handled by the Supervisor.
3. 1911 Rush Scottsville Road renovation – An email and conversation with Marsh properties regarding the conversion of the office at 1911 to a studio apartment was discussed.
The assured rental of the unit for six months will cover the cost of the conversion.
RESOLUTION #169
Councilman Knab moved that the Supervisor be authorized to enter into a rental agreement with Marsh Properties for the conversion of the office at 1911 Rush Scottsville Road to a studio apartment. Councilman Anderson seconded the motion.
Roll: Councilman Knab aye
Councilman Anderson aye
Councilman Doupe aye
Councilwoman Sluberski aye
Supervisor Udicious aye carried.
The meeting was adjourned by common consent.
Time: 6:25 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Linda G. Henry
Town Clerk


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