Return home

Full slate of legislation before councilors in Oneida

Posted 9/17/22

Agenda includes discussion of capital projects and a code inspection fee schedule.

This item is available in full to subscribers.

Full slate of legislation before councilors in Oneida

Posted

ONEIDA — A full agenda is slated for the Common Council’s regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20, in the Common Council Chambers at 109 N. Main St. in Oneida.

On the agenda:

Monthly Reports

Receive and place on file the Monthly Reports from the City Clerk, City Engineer, Codes Department, Comptroller, Fire Department, Parks & Recreation Department, Planning Department and Police Department.

Adopt Local Law

Adopt a Local Law to amend Chapter 172 of the Oneida City Code relative to the Traffic Safety Board.

Memorandum of Agreement

Authorize the Mayor to sign a Memorandum of Agreement with the CSEA Union regarding CDL training requirements.

Unfinished Business

Moved by Councilor Kinville and seconded by Councilor Rossi, Resolution 22-169 was tabled on Sept. 6, 2022. Reopen discussion and vote on said Resolution to approve Capital Project 22-11 Chipper Truck Equipment Replacement, not to exceed a maximum of $81,400 and to authorize the Mayor to sign any and all documents pertaining to Capital Project 22-11.

Closeout Capital Projects

Closeout Capital Projects 19-13, ROV Tank Cleaning (Water); 17-03, Baker Dam Engineering Assessment and Tree Removal (Water); and 14-1, Oneida Rail Trail-Wampsville to Oneida Connector Enhancement Project and transfer unexpended funds back to the appropriate fund.

Introduce Local Law 

Introduce a Local Law authorizing a property tax levy in excess of the limit established in General Municipal Law §3-C and schedule a Public Hearing for Tuesday Oct. 4, 2022 at 6:30p.m., Common Council Chambers, 109 N. Main Street Oneida.

Commence Legal Action

Authorize commencement of legal action in Supreme Court on property located at 140 Madison St., Tax Map No. 30.72-1-66.

Code Inspection Fee Schedule

To further amend the Code Inspection Fee Schedule to remove the reference to “Residential, Large Residential complexes with 20 or more units” and to include an inspection fee for “Community Apartment Complexes” which are defined as a multiple- family dwelling containing twenty or more units on a single tax map parcel.

Salary Schedule Change

Authorize a change in the 2022 City of Oneida Budget Salary Schedule to eliminate the position of Housing Inspector and add an Assistant Code Enforcement Officer position.

Budget Transfers

Approve the Budget Transfers/Amendments as outlined by the Comptroller.

Comments

No comments on this item Please log in to comment by clicking here