MINUTES
COUNT YBOARD OF LEGISLATORS

MAY 24, 2004 (7:00 P.M.)

 

The CountyBoard 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, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Mosiello, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 17.

 

Absent: None.

 

Mr. Young moved to suspend the regular order of business to conduct a special Memorial Day Program.

 

UNANIMOUS CONSENT: Memorial Day Dedication: RES 84-2004: Resolution Honoring Staff Sergeant Anthony Lagman.

 

Mr. Alvarado presented the following Resolution and moved it adoption, which was declared adopted.

 

Motion – Approval of Minutes. Mr. Young moved that the minutes of May 10, 2004 (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 Hearing and read the rules for its conduct.

 

PUBLIC HEARING: Sewer District Modification: COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS: ACT 80-2004: Act modifying the Peekskill Sanitary Sewer District by the addition of 1 parcel located in the Town of Somers.

 

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: Home Rule Request: COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATION: RES 70-2004: Resolution approving the drafting of a Home Rule Request urging the enactment of Senate Bill No. 7112/Assembly Bill No. 10230 (fees for polygraph and related services).

 

Mr. Rogowsky presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted by the following vote:

 

AYE: Legislators: Young, Oros, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Mosiello, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 15.

 

NAY: Legislator: Abinanti – 1.

 

Mr. Latimer was out for the vote.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Facility Use Rules: COMMITTEE ON RULES: RES 82-2004: Resolution establishing rules and regulations affecting the use of Legislative facilities located in the MichaelianOfficeBuilding for public events.

 

On motion of Mr. Young, the following item was recommitted.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Appointment: Confirming the appointment of Freda Macon as an at-large member of the CountyWomen’s Advisory Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Appointment: Confirming the appointment of Barbara Jaffe as an at-large member of the CountyWomen’s Advisory Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Reappointment: Confirming the reappointment of Mildred Kibrick as a member of the County Youth Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Reappointment: Confirming the reappointment of Ronnie Cox as a member of the County Youth Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Reappointment: Confirming the reappointment of Anthony Bosco as a member of the County Youth Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Property Conveyance: Act authorizing the conveyance of County property in the Town of Mamaroneck to George Vecchione for a price of $10,000 was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Tourist Promotion Agency: Resolution designating the Westchester County Office of Tourism as the “Tourist Promotion Agency” for WestchesterCounty for 2004/2005 was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on County Officers and Departments and Committee on Economic Development.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Youth Board Appointment: Resolution confirming the appointment of Susan Gitlitz-Tucker as a member of the Westchester County Youth Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Human Right Commission Reappointment: Resolution confirming the reappointment of Eugene F. Conroy as a member of the Westchester Human Rights Commission was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Women’s Advisory Board Appointment: Resolution confirming the appointment of Lottie Harris as the District 5 representative member of the Westchester County Women’s Advisory Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Women’s Advisory Board Appointment: Resolution confirming the appointment of The Honorable Marion Sinek as an at-large member of the Westchester County Women’s Advisory Board was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Domestic Violence Council Reappointment: Resolution confirming the appointment of Ann E. Ellsworth as a member of the Westchester County Domestic Violence Council was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on CountyOfficers and Departments.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Methamphetamine Precursor Products: Local Law restricting the sale of Methamphetamine Precursor Products packaged in blister packs within WestchesterCounty was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Legislation and Committee on Health.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $400,000 in bonds to finance the Mamaroneck Sewer District Pump Station Rehabilitation (SM075) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and Committee on Public Works.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Housing for the Homeless: Act authorizing a lease agreement with the Village of Scarsdale to provide housing for a homeless family was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Housing.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Budget Amendment: Act amending the 2003 County Operating Budget was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Budget Amendment: Act amending the County 2004 Capital Budget was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and Committee on Public Works.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $1,000,000 in bonds to finance the Bronx River Parkway Repaving Program (P0004) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations and Committee on Public Works.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTY EXECUTIVE: 9/11 Memorial: Act authorizing the County to construct a memorial in remembrance of County residents who died in the terrorist attacks on 9/11 was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations, Committee on Community Affairs and Committee on Parks.

 

COMMUNICATION: COUNTYEXECUTIVE: Bond Act: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $150,000 to finance the construction of the County 9/11 memorial (BPL22) was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations, Committee on Community Affairs and Committee on Parks.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. MICHAEL KAPLOWITZ: Indian Point: Resolution from RocklandCounty opposing the re-licensing of Indian Point was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Energy and Committee on Environment.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. MICHAEL KAPLOWITZ: Indian Point: Resolution from Rockland County requesting that the Department of Homeland Security address the safe storage of spent fuel rods at Indian Point was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Energy and Committee on Environment.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. JAMES MAISANO: Medicaid: Resolution urging Congress to pass legislation ending the ability of states to pass Medicaid costs to local governments was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Legislation and Committee on Intergovernmental Relations.

 

COMMUNICATION: CITIZEN COMMUNICATION: Facility Use Request: Correspondence regarding a request for use of Legislative facilities was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Rules.

 

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: Plumbing Licensing: Correspondence raising concerns about the County Plumbing Licensing Law was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Legislation.

 

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: Indian Point: Correspondence from the Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition regarding Indian Point emergency evacuation plans was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Energy, Committee on Environment and Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice.

 

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: Medicaid: Resolution from the Fulton County Board of Supervisors opposing the cost shifting of mental hygiene state aid dollars to funding by Medicaid was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Legislation.

 

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: Residential Septic Systems: Resolution from the Fulton Board of Supervisors opposing passage of state legislation which would amend state law in relation to the regulation of residential septic systems was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Legislation and Committee on Environment.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. TOM ABINANTI: Municipal Waste: Recent press article on the closure of a construction and demolition transfer station in Croton was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Environment.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. ANDREA STEWART COUSINS: Home Rule Request: Home Rule Request urging the passage of state legislation amending the Social Services Law regarding the WestchesterCounty dual track child protective services system was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Legislation and Committee on Health.

 

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic: Constituent correspondence and press article regarding the leadership/conduct of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Health.

 

COMMUNICATION: CLERK OF THE BOARD: Sewage Diversion: Correspondence from United Taxpayers of Yorktown opposing plans to divert sewage from Yorktown to Peekskill was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Budget and Appropriations, Committee on Public Works, Committee on Health, Committee on Environment and Committee on Cultural and Ethnic Diversity.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. LOIS BRONZ: Truck Signage: Constituent correspondence regarding pending legislation requiring that landscapers paint signs on their trucks was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Legislation and Committee on Community Affairs.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. LOIS BRONZ: Tappan Zee Bridge/I-287 Environmental Review: Correspondence from the NYS Thruway Authority regarding the Tappan Zee Bridge/I-287 Environmental Review Transportation and Committee on Environment.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. LOIS BRONZ: Main Street Redevelopment, White Plains: Correspondence from the County Planning Board to the City of White Plains regarding 221 Main Street Redevelopment Final Environmental Impact Statement was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Environment and Committee on Cities.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. LOIS BRONZ: Dredge Sites in Long Island Sound: Correspondence from the Citizens Campaign for the Environment regarding the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the designation of dredged material disposal sites in Long Island Sound was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Environment.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. ROBERT ASTORINO: Sewer District Modification: Request from the Town of Mt. Pleasant to remove a parcel of property from the Saw Mill Sewer District Budget and Appropriations and Committee on Public Works.

 

COMMUNICATION: HON. RICHARD WISHNIE: CountyBuses: Correspondence from the Village of Ossining regarding residents concerned about the road speed of County buses was on motion of Mr. Young received, filed and referred to the Committee on Transportation and Committee on Public Safety and Criminal Justice.

 

COMMITTEEON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS: Sewer District Modification: ACT 80-2004: Act modifying the Peekskill Sanitary Sewer District by the addition of 1 parcel located in the Town of Somers.

 

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, Abinanti, Alvarado, Bronz, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Mosiello, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 13.

 

NAY: Legislators: Oros, Astorino, Maisano - 3.

 

Mr. Latimer out for vote.

 

COMMITTEEON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Bond Act – CountyClerk’s Office: (BOND) ACT 93-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $2,075,000 in County bonds to implement the CountyClerk’s Record Preservation Project (BCC02).

 

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, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Mosiello, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 15.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Abinanti and Latimer out for vote.

 

COMMITTEEON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION: Capital Budget Amendment: ACT 94-2004: Act amending the County 2004 Capital Budget.

 

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, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Mosiello, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 14.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Oros, Abinanti and Latimer out for vote.
COMMITTEEON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION: Bond Act –Passenger Buses: (BOND) ACT 95-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $1,179,000 in County bonds to finance the partial cost of acquisition of passenger buses for the Department of Transportation (T012C).

 

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, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Mosiello, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 15.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Abinanti and Latimer out for vote.

 

COMMITTEEON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act – Brockway Place Garage: (BOND) ACT 96-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $100,000 in County bonds to finance the cost of plans and studies for the partial reconstruction of the Brockway Place Garage in White Plains (B0064).

 

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, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Mosiello, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 15.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Abinanti and Latimer out for vote.

 

COMMITTEEON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PARKS: Intermunicipal Agreement: ACT 97-2004: Act authorizing the County to extend an intermunicipal agreement with RocklandCounty to accept a $60,000 grant from New YorkState and authorizing the County to enter into IMA’s with Hudson River communities regarding the Hudson River Corridor Quality Communities Demonstration Program.

 

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, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Mosiello, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 17.

 

NAY: None.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PARKS: Bond Act – Croton Point Ball Fields II: (BOND) ACT_____-2004: Bond Act authorizing the County to issue bonds in the amount of $200,000 to construct a comfort station at Croton Point Park (RCP7E).

 

On motion of Messrs. Astorino and Kaplowitz, the following item was recommitted.

 

COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act – Dam Safety Plan: (BOND) ACT 98-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $100,000 in bonds to finance prepatory materials in relation to the Dam Safety Plan for the Twin Lakes Dam at Twin Lakes Park (RGIP8).

 

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, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Mosiello, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 17.

 

NAY: None.
COMMITTEEON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act – Environmental: RES 85-2004: Resolution finding no significant impact on the environment from the construction of water quality and habitat restoration projects along the SheldrakeRiver.

 

Mr. Kaplowitz presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act – SheldrakeRiver Watershed Area: (BOND) ACT 99-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $600,000 in bonds to finance the County’s share of recreational improvements to the Sheldrake River Watershed Area (BPL21).

 

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, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

 

NAY: None.

 

Mr. Mosiello out for the vote.
COMMITTEEON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act – Sprout Brook Ash Disposal Facility: (BOND) ACT 100-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $4,000,000 in bonds to finance the construction of additional cell space at the Sprout Brook Ash Disposal facility (RD003).

 

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, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

 

NAY: None.

 

Mr. Mosiello out for the vote.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act – Mamaroneck Waste Water Treatment Plant Outfall Jetty Rehabilitation: (BOND) ACT 101-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $500,000 in bonds to finance prepatory work associated with the rehabilitation of the outfall jetty at the Mamaroneck Wastewater Treatment Plant (SM002).

 

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, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

 

NAY: None.

 

Mr. Mosiello out for the vote.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS: Bond Act – Yonkers Wastewater Treatment Plant: (BOND) ACT 102-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $1,000,000 in bonds to finance the installation of an automatic skimming system at the Yonkers Wastewater Treatment Plant (SY006).

 

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, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 15.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Abinanti and Mosiello out for the vote.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS, COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND THE COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT: Bond Act – CountyAirport: (BOND) ACT 103-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $450,000 in bonds to finance Miscellaneous Restoration and Rehabilitation Projects at the County Airport (A066A).

 

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, Alvarado, Astorino, Bronz, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 15.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Abinanti and Mosiello out for vote.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS, COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND THE COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT: Bond Act – CountyAirport: (BOND) ACT 104-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $3,100,000 in bonds to finance various County Airport Plaza/Intersection Improvements (A0077).

 

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, Alvarado, Bronz, Kaplowitz, LaMotte, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 13.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Abinanti, Astorino, Latimer and Mosiello out for vote.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS, COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND THE COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT: Bond Act – CountyAirport: (BOND) ACT 105-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $800,000 in bonds to finance cleanup of the Staging Area at the County Airport (A0082).

 

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, LaMotte, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 15.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Latimer and Mosiello out for vote.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS, COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND THE COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT: Bond Act – CountyAirport: (BOND) ACT 106-2004: Bond Act authorizing the issuance of $250,000 in bonds to finance prepatory work for Electrical System Improvements at the County Airport (A0025).

 

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, LaMotte, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 15.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Latimer and Mosiello out for vote.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS, COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS AND THE COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT: Refuse Disposal District No. 1 – Amendment of 1998 District Report: ACT 75-2004: Act amending the 1998 District Report of Refuse Disposal District No.1.

 

Mr. Abinanti 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, LaMotte, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 15.

 

NAY: None.

 

Messrs. Latimer and Mosiello out for vote.
COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATION: Plumbing Licensing Law: RES 86-2004: Resolution setting a Public Hearing on a proposed Local Law amending the Plumbing Licensing Law so as to make the administration of licensing examinations consistent with the Electrical Licensing Law. [Public Hearing set for June 7, 2004; at 7:30 p.m.; Local Law 8-2004.]

 

Mr. Rogowsky presented the following Resolution and moved its adoption, which was declared adopted.

 

Mr. Mosiello out for vote.
COMMITTEEON LEGISLATION: Medicaid Cap: RES 87-2004: Resolution calling upon New YorkState to make fundamental structural reforms to the Medicaid program, including capping the local share of Medicaid at 2003 base levels.

 

On motion of Mr. Oros, the following item was laid “OVER” under the rules.
COMMITTEE ON HOUSING AND THE COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: West End 2000 Project: ACT 107-2004: Act authorizing the County to enter into an amendment of an agreement with the City of New Rochelle (”City”) and other parties and authorizing the County to enter into a separate intermunicipal agreement with the City of New Rochelle regarding the West End 2000 Project Phase I and to accept a related grant.

 

Mrs. Bronz 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, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

 

NAY: None.

 

Mr. Mosiello out for vote.
COMMITTEE ON HOUSING AND THE COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: Capital Budget Amendment: ACT 108-2004: Act amending the County 2004 Capital Budget.

 

Mrs. Bronz 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, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

 

NAY: None.

 

Mr. Mosiello out for vote.
COMMITTEEON HOUSING AND THE COMMITTEE ON BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS: West End 2000 Project: (BOND) ACT 109-2004: Bond Act authorizing the County to issue $3,150,000 in bonds to finance the cost of infrastructure improvements related to the West End 2000 Affordable Housing Project.

 

Mrs. Bronz 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, LaMotte, Latimer, Maisano, Pinto, Rogowsky, Spreckman, Stewart-Cousins, Wishnie, Chair – 16.

 

NAY: None.

 

Mr. Mosiello out for vote.
COMMITTEEON INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS: Supporting State Legislation: RES 88-2004: Resolution urging passage of Senate Bill S.6666 and Assembly Bill A.10843 in support of making the New York State Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund (LGRMIF) and Cultural Education Fund (CEF) permanent.

 

On motion of Mr. Rogowsky, the following item was laid “OVER” under the rules.
Memorial Resolutions: RES 89-2004:

 

Mr. Latimer: James W. Sarfaty.

Mr. Kaplowitz and Mrs. LaMotte: Daniel Joseph Yanarella.

Mrs. LaMotte: Dominick Aquilino.

Mr. Pinto: Alfred Romeo, Robert Joseph Cagliostro, Ruby Ivory Stowe, Carolyn F. Brennan, Alonzo Joseph Testaverde, Carmela Ann Brink, Elfriede T. Rohlf and Anthony Sgueglia.

Mrs. Bronz: Albert I. Jones

Mrs. Stewart-Cousins Mr. Abinanti, Mrs. Bronz and Mr. Alvarado: Phyllis Villane

Mr. Alvarado, Mrs. Stewart-Cousins, Mrs. Spreckman, and Mr. Mosiello: James Joseph Robertson.

Mr. Oros and Mr. Kaplowitz: Walter Fisher.

Mr. Wishnie and All Legislators: Stephanie Dieudonne.

Mr. Rogowsky and Mr. Kaplowitz: Phil Zaro.

Mr. Maisano: Charles Durio.

Mr. Ryan and Mr. Oros: Frank Valenti.

 

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.