The Clarkstown Town Board’s Tuesday meeting agenda includes a resolution authorizing Supervisor Alex Gromack to enter into an agreement with Rockland County to participate in the county . Continuation of the task force was uncertain but last month an agreement was reached between the towns that provide officers for the unit and the county. The agreement states the county will compensate Clarkstown and pay $402,732 for the two police officers assigned to the task force for drug law enforcement activities from January 1 through December 31, 2012
The board has a resolution to authorize the installation of a breakaway metal barrier on in Nanuet following the May workshop meeting and complaints from Newport Drive area residents about speeding. Since then, residents of Duryea Lane, Clearwater Court and Orangetown have presented a petition to the supervisor objecting to the closure of Samuel Road.
According to the resolution, “the Town Board has considered the input from all residents, as well as the traffic data and input from the Clarkstown Police Department, and comments by emergency service providers…” The police will be directed to conduct traffic counts on Duryea Lane, Loeser Drive and Vincent Street before and after the closure and make a recommendation along with the town traffic consultant to the town board at its August workshop.
There will be a public hearing on amending the official map by removing the unimproved mapped Blauvelt Avenue in Nanuet. A public hearing will be scheduled on a proposal for “A Local Law to Transfer the Function of Highway Department Mechanics and Consolidating all Town Mechanics under the Town Garage Department.”
Board members will vote on authorizing a $300,000 bond to provide funds for the purchase of .
Town board members will make presentations to: , a New City resident, who organized a “Laps for Legs” fundraiser and Youth Court graduates.
The retirement resignations of two police officers will be approved: David Trois of Stony Point and Mitchell J. Schroeder of Nanuet. Seven part-time court attendants for the Town Justice Department will be appointed: Robert G. Arroyo of Valley Cottage, Kevin P. Campbell of Garnerville, Harvey S. Grape of New City, James P. Hunt of New City, James J. Maritato of Congers, Kathryn R. Prendergast of New City and Gregory J. Tobin of West Nyack. Their start date is May 21.
The town board has a resolution to extend for two years a Deed of Conservation Easement with United Water, New York and Corwick Realty, Inc. It deals with undeveloped land in the Hackensack River Basin. The deed was first approved in 2003 and has been extended since then.
The town board will extend a license agreement with the Rockland County Radio Control Club to use the former landfill from March 31 of this year to March 31, 2013 for a nominal $1 fee. It will allow the club to use a part of the capped Clarkstown Sanitary Landfill site for a Radio Control Model Airplane Airdrome.
The board will also vote on:
- authorizing installation of a “No Parking Anytime” sign on Cardinal Court in West Nyack and a “No Parking Here to Corner” sign at the intersection of Strawtown Road and West Nyack Road in West Nyack.
- authorizing installation of a streetlight at 10 Ann Street in New City.
The meeting begins at 8 p.m. in town hall. View the full agenda and resolutions on the Town Clerk's page.