Village of Brookville, Board of Trustees (Regular Monthly
May 23, 1995
- minutes accepted as sent, with a wording correction from Mr. Kops (Village
- treasurer's report accepted as sent
- a tax sale was held April 28. 2 tax liens were bought, 1 remains outstanding.
- the road runners race was held without incident
- approval of claims for the month ($73,866.10)
Village Attorney -
- changes to Planning Board: Dr. McGee is to be added, he is a former
Locust Valley School Board Chairman
- motion to appoint
- Zoning Board of Appeals: Robin Hood Country Day School seeks to install
a small pool and to validate some existing items. A meeting will be held
June 15 at 9 AM to consider their application.
- (a resident) seeks a permit to construct a stable.
Building Inspector -
- 4 permits and 2 C.O.'s were issued last month.
- the Architectural Review Board approved 2 houses and denied an application
for a handball court (a resident on Emerson Rd.)
- Post College plans to install sprinklers at its day care center.
- 2 house plans were submitted for Country Lane.
- Lutheran High School was issued a temporary C.O. for its chapel/auditorium.
- there were 2 house sales; 1 for $1.375M (Meadowood Lane) and 1 for
Asst. Road Comm. -
Sanitation Comm. -
Road Comm. (Ted Sasso) -
- road repairs were discussed.
- sand barrels by the roadside may be left where they are until next
winter, as a cost cutting measure.
Lighting Comm. (Helen Benzie) - bids have been let for new maintenance
Fire Comm. (Charles Randall) - not present, but there were no fires
that caused structural damage mentioned in the Police Report (per Dick Goodwin,
Police Comm. (Lawrence Cohen) -
- the Board of Police Commissioners met April 17
- there were no burglaries, but 1 burglary was attempted.
- he discussed the near drowning of a 2 year old resident in a small
pool of water at the (name deleted) residence in Matinecock. (a
resident) wrote to the OBPD to thank them for the way that the matter
- Chief Smith is handling the contract negotiations with the clerks.
The other contracts are up for renegotiation.
Mayor (Dick Goodwin) - A high speed (125 mph) car chase took place
in which an OBPD car chased a motorcycle. The police officer was reprimanded
for disobeying department regulations concerning maximum speeds in pursuit
situations. The Sergeant who oversaw the incident lost his command and was
put back into rotation.
Other Business -
- Mr. Brezini wrote to thank the board for his appointment.
- the Broadhollow Association wrote to seek the release of a performance
- the Brookville Park Foundation seeks a donation. The Village Board
will wait until after the July 21 benefit golf event to see how much money
is raised and then determine how much of a donation is needed. $1200 was
given last year.
Public - (a resident) discussed some problems that he was
having with his house in Broadhollow. Many of the plans cannot be verified
because the Architect has fled the country. The Village Board agreed to
consider providing some sort of relief and will consider the matter in Executive
Executive Session - to consider "a police matter" (per
Dick Goodwin, Village Mayor)
these notes were prepared by the Village Residents