Summer concerts, standard workday for elected officials on Oneida council agenda

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ONEIDA — A full slate of proposed legislation awaits the members of the city’s Common Council, which will also have a public hearing on the creation of a Codes Department.

The meeting will take place at the Kallet Civic Center at 159 Main St. on Tuesday, April 6, at 6:30 p.m.

Among the items on the meeting agenda include:

Concerts

Authorize the Mayor to sign the contracts, as received, for various summer concerts in the parks in an amount not to exceed $6,500.

Receive and Place on File

Receive and place on file the City of Oneida and Oneida Public Library District Library Financing and Tax Compliance Agreement dated March 26.

Standard Workday
Resolution

Adopt the resolution establishing the standard workday for elected officials for the purpose of determining days worked to be reported to the New York State and Local Employees Retirement System based on the record of activities maintained and submitted by the officials to the city clerk.

Amend Budget

Amend the salary schedule in the budget to include a second WWTP Operator Trainee, rather than a WWTP Laborer/CDL.

Capital Project

Authorize the city engineer to proceed with Capital Project 21-6 Vehicle Replacement Dump Truck, expend funds in an amount not to exceed $193,000, and further authorize the Mayor to sign any documents related to Capital Project 21-5 for the purchase of said dump truck.

Budget Transfers/Amendments

Approve budget amendments/transfers to allocate funds to change a position from WWTP Laborer/CDL to WWTP Operator Trainee, to reallocate funds received from the Charter Audit to pay the consultants who performed the audit, and to allocate funds to Capital Project 21-6 to purchase a 10-wheeled dump truck.

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