MINUTES
COUNTY BOARD OF LEGISLATORS


FEBRUARY 7, 2005 (7:00 P.M.)

The County Board of Legislators met pursuant to adjournment.

The Honorable William J. Ryan in the Chair.

The Chair opened the meeting with the salute to our flag and an invocation.

The roll call resulted as follows:

Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 14.

Absent: Legislator: LaMotte – 1.

Motion – Approval of Minutes. Mr. Young moved that the minutes of January 24, 2005 (Regular Meeting) be approved – Carried.

Mr. Young moved to suspend the regular order of business for the purpose of holding a public hearing – Carried.

The Clerk presented proof of publication of notice of the Public hearings and read the rules for their conduct.

PUBLIC HEARING: COMMITTEES ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS & PARKS: Barnhart Park: LOCAL LAW INTRO 1-2005: Local Law authorizing the County to enter into an IMA with the Village of Sleepy Hollow whereby the County will lease Barnhart Park from the village and will contribute funds toward the construction of an all weather ball field and other improvements.

There were no speakers.

No other person wishing to be heard, Mr. Young moved to close the Public Hearing and resume the regular order of business.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Bond Act: COMMUNICATION: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $3,080,000 in bonds to finance the cost of improvements at V.E. Macy Park (RMAC2) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Parks.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Mohansic Golf Course: COMMITTEES ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS & PARKS: (BOND) ACT 6-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $250,000 in bonds to finance the cost of design for the rehabilitation of the Mohansic Golf Course buildings (RCG05).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 12.

NAY: Legislators: Astorino, Maisano – 2.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: CSEA Agreement: Act approving certain financial terms and conditions for Department of Social Service employees represented by CSEA for the four year period commencing January 1, 2002 was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $355,000 in bonds to finance the Pines Bridge Road and Ryder Road project (RB077) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $192,000 in bonds to finance the modernization of the County Maintenance Facility on Saw Mill River Road in Yonkers (T0023) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $20,000 in bonds to finance the acquisition of Passenger Information Enhancement software and hardware for the Department of Transportation (T0017) was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Young.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Lease Agreement: Local Law authorizing the County to enter into a Lease agreement with Hudson View Assoc. for space at 28 Wells Avenue in Yonkers was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Legislation.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $65,000 in bonds to finance new and replacement equipment at the Central Maintenance Facility in Yonkers and the Cerrato Facility in Valhalla (T0035) was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Young.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Capital Budget Amendment: Act amending the County 2005 Capital Budget regarding the Remembrance Memorial was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Parks.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $700,000 in County bonds for the Remembrance Memorial was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Parks.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Court Ordered Refunds: Information package of Court Ordered refunds which will be paid by the Commissioner of Finance was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $160,000 in County bonds to finance the Hamilton Avenue capital project (RB074) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $125,000 in County bonds to finance the Palmer Avenue capital project (RB076) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $120,000 in County bonds to finance the Weaver Street capital project (RB097) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $350,000 in County bonds to finance the Bronx River Parkway capital project (P0016) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $200,000 in County bonds to finance the replacement of the Underground Steam and Condensate Piping at the Valhalla Campus (B004A) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $580,000 in County bonds to finance the County-Wide Base Map Update (BIT13) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Technology.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Discriminatory Housing Practices: Local Law prohibiting discriminatory practices against victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse in housing and employment was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice, the Committee on Legislation, and the Committee on Housing.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Federal Funding to the County: Act authorizing the County to file an application for federal CDBG grants and submit to HUD an amendment to the FY 2004-2008 Consolidated Plan was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: DSS Agreement with WCHCC: Act authorizing the County to enter into an agreement with WCHCC whereby WCHCC shall provide comprehensive family assessments was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Community Affairs and the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: DSS Agreement with WCHCC: Act authorizing the County to enter into an agreement with WCHCC whereby WCHCC shall provide psycho-social assessments of children placed in foster care was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Community Affairs and the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: DSS Agreement with WCHCC: Act authorizing the County to enter into an agreement with WCHCC whereby WCHCC shall provide therapeutic and counseling services for children in foster care was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Community Affairs and the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: DSS Agreement with WCHCC: Act authorizing the County to enter into an agreement with WCHCC whereby WCHCC shall administer Project Impact was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Community Affairs and the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: DSS Agreement with WCHCC: Act authorizing the County to enter into an agreement with WCHCC whereby WCHCC shall provide transitional post discharge services to families whose children are returned from foster care was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Community Affairs and the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: DSS Agreement with WCHCC: Act authorizing the County to enter into an agreement with WCHCC whereby the County would station certain DSS employees at WCHCC was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Community Affairs and the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Property Acquisition/IMA: Act authorizing the County to acquire property in the Town of Somers and enter into an IMA with the Town regarding the property was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Environment.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Operating Budget Amendment: Act amending the 2005 County Operating Budget was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $4,450,000 in bonds to finance payments for various judgments and claims against the County was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: HON. TOM ABINANTI: Dog Parks: Memorandum from Legislator Abinanti to the Parks Commissioner regarding the location of dog parks within the County was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Parks.

COMMUNICATION: HON. MICHAEL KAPLOWITZ: Sleepy Hollow Village Park & Riverwalk: Correspondence from the Mayor of the Village of Sleepy Hollow regarding Barnhart Park and Ichabod’s Landing was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Parks.

COMMUNICATION: HON. MICHAEL KAPLOWITZ: Eagle River Property in Somers: Constituent correspondence regarding the County’s purchase of open land in Somers was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Environment.

COMMUNICATION: HON. MICHAEL KAPLOWITZ: East of Hudson Funds: Correspondence from NYC DEP in support of legislation authorizing the release of $7,500,000 from the East of Hudson Water Quality Investment Program was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Environment and the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: County Machinery & Equipment: Itemized list of all machinery and equipment under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner of Public Works was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: Windsor Farms: Final Order and Determination granting the Windsor Farm LLC petition to create the Windsor Farm Water District was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: HON. MICHAEL KAPLOWITZ: Sewage Diversion: Reply from the governor’s office to constituent correspondence regarding sewage diversion was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Health, the Committee on Cultural and Ethnic Diversity, the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and the Committee on Public Works.

COMMUNICATION: HON. TOM ABINANTI: County Idling Law: Resolution from the New Rochelle Citizens Reform Club supporting amendments to the County Idling Law was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Environment and the Committee on Legislation.

COMMUNICATION: HON. TOM ABINANTI: County Cycling: Resolution from the Village of Dobbs Ferry supporting a cycling connection between Dobbs Ferry and Ardsley was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Parks.

COMMUNICATION: HON. TOM ABINANTI: Dog Park: Constituent correspondence in support of a dog park in the County was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Parks.

COMMUNICATION: HON. TOM ABINANTI: Soil and Water Conservation District: 2005 Work Plan and 2004 Annual Report for the County Soil and Water Conservation District was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Environment.

COMMUNICATION: HON. TOM ABINANTI: Low Sulfur Fuel: Press article on the promotion of low sulfur fuel was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Environment.

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: County Solid Waste Licensing Law: Correspondence in opposition to proposed amendments to the County Solid Waste and Recycling Law was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Solid Waste and Recyclables.

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: Designation of Deputies: Designation of Demosthenes M. Long as 1st Deputy Commissioner in the Department of Public Safety was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on County Officers and Departments and the Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice.

COMMUNICATION: HON. RICHARD WISHNIE: Amended Bonner Report: Investigative report regarding the Clifford Bonner case was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice.

COMMUNICATION: HON. TOM ABINANTI: County Solid Waste Recycling Law: Correspondence from Legislator Abinanti to the Deputy CE regarding proposed amendments to the County Solid Waste Recycling Law was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Solid Waste and Recyclables.

COMMUNICATION: HON. TOM ABINANTI: Davids Island: Resolution calling for the County to acquire and establish Davids Island as a County Park was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations, the Committee on Environment and the Committee on Parks.


COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS & PARKS: Barnhart Park: LOCAL LAW INTRO 1-2005: Local Law authorizing the County to enter into an IMA with the Village of Sleepy Hollow whereby the County will lease Barnhart Park from the village and will contribute funds toward the construction of an all weather ball field and other improvements.

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Abinanti.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS & PARKS: Bond Act – Barnhart Park: (BOND) ACT 33-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $1,250,000 in bonds to finance a portion of the cost of construction improvements in Barnhart Park, Village of Sleepy Hollow (BLA01).

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Abinanti.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Legal Retainer: ACT 18-2005: Act authorizing the County to retain the law firm of Hayt, Hayt & Landau LLP to provide legal services in connection with delinquent loans at WCC.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 14.

NAY: None.

COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Commencement of Legal Action: ACT 19-2005: Act authorizing the County to institute 239 lawsuits on behalf of WCC against student-debtors.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 14.

NAY: None.

COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Collective Bargaining – DA Investigators: ACT 20-2005: Act approving certain terms and conditions of employment in a collective bargaining agreement for County employees represented by the DA Investigators PBA for the two year period commencing January 1, 2003.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 14.

NAY: None.

COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON YOUTH: Youth Services: ACT 21-2005: Act authorizing the County to participate in a Resource Allocation Plan which will provide State reimbursement for certain youth services programs.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 14.

NAY: None.

COMMITTEES ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS & PUBLIC WORKS: Bronx River Parkway Repaving – Environmental: RES 13-2005: Resolution finding no significant impact on the environment from construction in connection with the Bronx River Parkway Repaving Program.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEES ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS & PUBLIC WORKS: Capital Budget Amendment: ACT 22-2005: Act amending the 2005 Capital Budget regarding the Bronx River Parkway Repaving Project.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 13.

NAY: Legislator: Maisano - 1.

COMMITTEES ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS & PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act - Bronx River Parkway Repaving: (BOND) ACT 23-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $7,800,000 in bonds to finance the Bronx River Parkway Repaving Project (P0004).

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following report and act and moved that the report be received, filed and approved and the Act adopted, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 13.

NAY: Legislator: Maisano - 1.

COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATION AND THE COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Deduction for State and Local Taxes: RES 14-2005: Resolution opposing any changes to the federal tax code that would eliminate the federal deduction for state and local taxes.

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATION: 2005 State Legislative Package: RES 15-2005: Resolution approving the 2005 Joint State Legislative Program.

Mr. Rogowsky presented the above-captioned Resolution which was amended as follows:

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky the following item, Item I, 5 (Westchester Priorities): “Authorize Westchester County to Charge Sex Offense Probationers a Fee for Polygraph Tests” was severed and recommitted.

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky the following item, Item I, 1 (Westchester Priorities): “Extend the Westchester County Property Tax Stabilization & Relief Act” was severed.

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky the above-captioned item was presented for inclusion back into the package, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Alvarado, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 10.

NAY: Legislators: Oros, Abinanti, Astorino, Maisano – 4.

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky the following item, Item I, 2 (Westchester Priorities): “Institute a Surcharge on Summonses for V & T Infractions on County Owned and Patrolled Roads” was severed.

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky the above-captioned item was presented for inclusion back into the package, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Alvarado, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 10.

NAY: Legislators: Oros, Abinanti, Astorino, Maisano – 4.

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky the following item, Item I, 7 (Westchester Priorities): “Remove the Yonkers Toll Plaza” was severed.

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky the above-captioned item was presented for inclusion back into the package, which motion was carried by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 13.

NAY: Legislator: Maisano – 1.

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky the following item, Item II, 4 (Statewide Priorities): “Expand Penalties for Underage Drinking” was severed and recommitted.

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky the following item, Item II, 7 (Statewide Priorities): “Amend the Definition of “Family ” to Protect Victims of Domestic Violence” was severed.

On motion of Mr. Oros this item was laid “over” under the rules.

Mr. Rogowsky presented the 2005 State Legislative Package – Res 15-2005 (AS AMENDED) and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted by the following vote:

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Abinanti, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 14.

NAY: None.

COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Soil and Water Conservation Board Reappointment: RES 16-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Hon. R. Phyllis Wittner to the County Soil and Water Conservation Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Traffic Safety Board Reappointment: RES 17-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Thomas Meier to the County Traffic Safety Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Refuse Disposal District No. 1 Board Reappointment: RES 18-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Robert Zipf to the County Refuse Disposal District No. 1.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Refuse Disposal District No. 1 Board Reappointment: RES 19-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of John Liszewski to the County Refuse Disposal District No. 1.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Refuse Disposal District No. 1 Board Reappointment: RES 20-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Daniel Baskerville to the County Refuse Disposal District No. 1.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Refuse Disposal District No. 1 Board Reappointment: RES 21-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Richard Herbek to the County Refuse Disposal District No. 1.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Professional Prequalification Board Appointment: RES 22-2005: Resolution confirming the appointment of James Buonincontri to the County Professional Prequalification Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Professional Prequalification Board Reappointment: RES 23-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Gary Gianfrancesco as an architect representative to the County Professional Prequalification Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: African American Advisory Board Reappointment: RES 24-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Cora Miles to the African American Advisory Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: African American Advisory Board Reappointment: RES 25-2005: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Valiere Alcena, M.D. to the African American Advisory Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Community Services Board Appointment: RES 26-2005: Resolution confirming the appointment of Ann Brown Loretan to the County Community Services Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS: Deferred Compensation Board Appointment: RES 27-2005: Resolution confirming the appointment of John McPhillips to the County Deferred Compensation Board.

Mr. Pinto presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC WORKS & BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act- Blind Brook Treatment Plant (BOND) ACT 24-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $472,000 in bonds to finance the following project: Blind Brook Treatment Plant and District Security (SBB77)

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC WORKS & BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act – Hutchinson Valley Sewer District: (BOND) ACT 25-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $161,000 in bonds to finance the following project: Hutchinson Valley Sewer District – Pump Station Security (SH077).

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC WORKS & BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act – Mamaroneck Treatment Plant: (BOND) ACT 26-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $660,000 in bonds to finance the following project: Mamaroneck Treatment Plant and District Security (SMO77).

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC WORKS & BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act – New Rochelle Treatment Plant: (BOND) ACT 27-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $610,000 in bonds to finance the following project: New Rochelle Treatment Security Project (SNR77).

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC WORKS & BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act – Ossining Treatment Plant: (BOND) ACT 28-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $696,000 in bonds to finance the following project: Ossining Sewer District Security Project (S0S77).

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC WORKS & BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act – Port Chester Treatment Plant : (BOND) ACT 29-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $555,000 in bonds to finance the following project: Port Chester Wastewater Treatment Plant Security (SPC77).

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC WORKS & BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act – Peekskill Treatment Plant : (BOND) ACT 30-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $681,000 in bonds to finance the following project: Peekskill Sewer District Security Project (SPK77).

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC WORKS & BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act - North Yonkers Pump Station: (BOND) ACT 31-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $268,000 in bonds to finance the following project: North Yonkers Pump Station (SPS77).

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC WORKS & BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act – Saw Mill District Treatment Plant: (BOND) ACT 32-2005: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $112,000 in bonds to finance the following project: Saw Mill District Security Project (SSM77).

The following item was laid “OVER” under the rules by Mr. Oros.
Memorial Resolutions: RES 28-2005:

Mrs. Bronz: Robert Lent, George Haag, Henry Smalls, Jr.
Mrs. Spreckman: Philip D. Garra, Orio A. Palmare.
Mr. Alvarado & Mrs. Spreckman: Carmine Pellegrino.
Mr. Pinto: Fred Weidenhamer, Joseph Bombace, Sr, Celia Conti, Eloyse Kilcullen, John Boniello.
Mr. Astorino: Ellen Berry, Joe Bavero.
Mrs. LaMotte: Regis Gignoux.
Mr. Wishnie: Sharon Patricia Driver, William E. King, Sr., Michaelangelo Rinaldi.
Mr. Wishnie, Mr. Oros and Mr. Ryan: Robert J. Centrello, Jr.
Mr. Maisano: Dominick Gataletto, Michael Pasquale, Michael Vaccaro, Marie Grecco.
Mr. Kaplowitz: Joseph D’Amico
Mr. Pinto and All Legislators: Ossie Davis
Mr. Rogowsky, Mr. Wishnie and Mrs. Spreckman: Harvey Bennett
Mrs. Stewart-Cousins, Mr. Alvarado and Mrs. Spreckman: Nora Robertson
Mr. Young: Louise James, Gannett Young, Thelma Jones

The above-named Legislators presented the following memorial Resolutions and moved their adoption, which were declared adopted.

On MOTION of Legislator Young,
The Board adjourns.