Agendas for City Council Monday Meetings


5/15/2017
Regular Monday City Council Meeting

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.

Public Hearings

• Continuation of the Public Hearing on the Local Law to Amend Chapter 223 of the Code as it Relates to Off-Street Parking

Reports

  • Council Member Ali Muhammad
  • Council Member Omar Harper
  • Council Member Lee Kyriacou 
  • Council Member George Mansfield 
  • Council Member Pam Wetherbee 
  • Council Member Peggy Ross
  • City Administrator, Anthony Ruggiero
  • County Legislators 
  • Mayor Randy Casale

Local Laws and Resolutions

1. Resolution to Adopt a Local Law Amending Chapter 223, Article III, Section 26, Subsection C Concerning Off-Street Parking

2. Resolution Selecting the Memorial Park Dog Park Location as the Site of the Single Consolidated Firehouse

3. Resolution Authorizing an Agreement with MAA for Architectural and Design Services Related to the Consolidated Firehouse Project

4. Resolution to Schedule a Public Hearing for June 5, 2017 to Receive Comments Concerning a Special Use Permit Application for Property Located at 177 Main Street

5. Resolution to Authorize the Common Ground Farm to Hold a Ticketed Event at the Pavilion at Memorial Park

6. Resolution Establishing Energy Benchmarking Requirements for Certain Municipal Buildings

7. Resolution to Approve the Appointment of a Part-Time Police Assistant

Approval of Minutes

• Minutes of April 17 and May 1, 2017

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.



5/1/2017
Regular Monday City Council Meeting

Community Segment

Public Hearings

Reports

  • Council Member Ali Muhammad
  • Council Member Omar Harper
  • Council Member Lee Kyriacou 
  • Council Member George Mansfield 
  • Council Member Pam Wetherbee 
  • Council Member Peggy Ross
  • City Administrator, Anthony Ruggiero
  • County Legislators 
  • Mayor Randy Casale
  • Youth Week Proclamation

Local Laws and Resolutions

  1. Resolution to Adopt a Local Law Regarding Workforce Affordable Housing
  2. Resolution to Authorize an Agreement with Millennium Strategies for Grant Writing and Administrative Services
  3. Resolution to Appoint Peter Hockler to the Position of Wastewater Treatment Plant Maintenance Helper

Approval of Minutes

Budget Amendments

  1. 2017-05-01 Budget Amendments
  2. 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. Matters Pertaining to Personnel
  2. Pending Litigation

4/17/2017
REGULAR Monday City Council MEETING

Community Segment

Public Hearings

Reports

  • Council Member Ali Muhammad
  • Council Member Omar Harper
  • Council Member Lee Kyriacou 
  • Council Member George Mansfield 
  • Council Member Pam Wetherbee 
  • Council Member Peggy Ross
  • City Administrator, Anthony Ruggiero
  • County Legislators 
  • Mayor Randy Casale

Appointments

a. Resolution to Appoint Carl Garofolo as a Police Officer
b. Resolution to Appoint Alyssa Orsetti as a Police Officer

Local Laws and Resolutions

1. Resolution to Adopt the 2017 Capital Plan
2. Resolution to Adopt the Local Law Amending Chapter 223 of the Code as it Relates to Affordable Workforce Housing
3. Resolution to Authorizing the Settlement of a Tax Cert Matter with JP Morgan Chase Bank
4. Resolution to Authorize the Settlement of a Tax Cert Matter with M&T Bank
5. Resolution to Set a Public Hearing for May 1, 2017 to Receive Comments Concerning a Local Law to Amend Chapter 223, Article III, Section 26 Subsection C Concerning Off-Street Parking
6. Resolution in Support of State Legislation for Tanker-Avoidance Zones

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.


April 3, 2017
REGULAR Monday City Council MEETING

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.

Public Hearings

Proposed Local Law Regarding an Alternate Grievance Day

Proposed Local Law Regarding Public Trail Regulations

Proposed Local Law Regarding Affordable Workforce Housing

Reports

  • Council Member Ali Muhammad
  • Council Member Omar Harper
  • Council Member Lee Kyriacou 
  • Council Member George Mansfield 
  • Council Member Pam Wetherbee 
  • Council Member Peggy Ross
  • City Administrator, Anthony Ruggiero
  • County Legislators 
  • Mayor Randy Casale

Local Laws and Resolutions

1. Resolution Adopting a Local Law Concerning Tax Assessment Grievance Day in the City of Beacon
2. Resolution to Adopt a Local Law Amending the Code of the City of Beacon by the Creation of Chapter 170 entitled Public Trail Regulations
3. Resolution Adopting a Negative Declaration on the City of Beacon Comprehensive Plan and Amendments to the City Zoning Code and Zoning Map Under the State Environmental Quality Review Act
4. Resolution Adopting the City of Beacon Comprehensive Plan
5. Resolution Adopting the Local Law to Enact the Zoning Amendments to the City's Zoning Code and Zoning Map
6. Resolution to Schedule a Public Hearing for April 17 to Receive Comments on the 2017 Capital Plan
7. A Resolution Declaring the City of Beacon a Welcoming and Inclusive City

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.