PUBLIC HEARING/DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING SEPTEMBER 09, 2021

Motion made by Councilperson Johnson to open the Public Hearing for Local Law 2021-1 Solar Energy Generating Systems 2nd by Councilperson VanDerwerker. Public hearing open at 6:55PM Phil Durkin let the Board know the link to the Land Use Regulations on the Web Site does not open. Also, on behalf of the Route20 Association thank you for considering the view shed in terms of the proposed Solar Generating Systems Law Motion to close the Public Hearing made by Councilperson Waterfield 2nd by Councilperson Cornwell. All in favor 5-yes 0-no Public hearing closed at 7:05PM DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING SEPTEMBER 09, 2021 The regular meeting of the Town Board of Cherry Valley was held on Thursday September 09, 2021 with meeting called to order at 7:05PM by Supervisor Garretson. Pledge to the Flag was said Roll call of Officers was taken: Tom Garretson-Supervisor P Jim Johnson-Councilperson P Ed VanDerwerker-Councilperson P Mark Cornwell-Councilperson P Holly Waterfield-P Highway Superintendent Marty Field-P Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk-P Reading of last month’s minutes will be dispensed of and minutes accepted as presented and or corrected. Presentation of invoices and payments: HEALTH CENTER FUND 80 Quill Corporation $212.90pd 81 Ricoh USA Inc $72.87pd 82 Spectrotel $284.22pd 83 Constellation Newenergy Inc $142.26pd 84 National Grid $161.97pd 85 Excellus BCBS $224.26pd 86 American Wholesalers $171.29pd 87 Bassett Healthcare $40,148.53pd GENERAL FUND 148 Ed Leslie Home Improvement (gym roof) $18,963.00pd DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING SEPTEMBER 09, 2021 149 Hummel’s Office Plus $38.76pd 150 JB Supply $404.16pd 151 NYS Magistrates Association $170.00pd 152 Community Planning Environmental Associates $1,538.65pd 153 Bruce Hall Corporation $2,773.35pd 154 Spectrum Enterprise $89.95pd 155 The Daily Star $31.87pd 156 Spectrum Enterprise $74.95pd 157 Spectrotel $371.40pf 158 Cintas Corporation #121 $266.84pd 159 National Grid $261.95pd 160 Constellation Newenergy Inc $182.93pd 161 Michigan Millers Insurance $1,030.00pd 162 On Time Waste $90.00pd 163 US Postal Service $64.00pd 164 Excellus BCBS $525.32pd 165 State Comptroller $12,367.00pd 166 United Healthcare $31.71pd VOIDED CHECK 14303 VOIDED CHECK 14311 Highway Vouchers: Item 1 (169-177) Item 3 (386-395) Councilperson Johnson made a motion to accept the invoices and payments as presented, Councilperson Waterfield seconded the motion. The invoices and payments have been presented and accepted. All in favor 5 yes 0 no Presentation of Invoices and Payments: • Budget reviewed as well as NBT Account balances. Misc. information to the Town Clerk: • Sales Tax for the month of JULY check from the County $8,921.92 • Otsego County Treasurer Snow & Ice $38,481.88 Community Center Alden Field and Park: • Gym area remains closed for ceiling repairs. • Fall soccer programs are starting on Alden Field Miscellaneous: • Supervisor Garretson handed out the County Equalization rates for 2022 tax rolls Town Planning Board: DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING SEPTEMBER 09, 2021 • Solar Generating Systems Law information has been submitted to the County Planning Department. Need to wait 30 days for comments, if any, from the County Planning Department Village: • Town and Village Board Minutes and info- www.cherryvalleyny.us Federal/State/County: • Dave Bliss, county rep is present at tonight’s meeting and gave a brief update on County business in regards to EMS and ambulance services for the County. • County Administrator has been hired. Highway Department: • Highway Superintendent Field would like to look into an additional structure built for cold storage. • Motion to have the Highway Superintendent to price out additional structure for cold storage made by Councilperson Johnson 2nd by Councilperson Cornwell. All in favor 5-yes 0-non Motion Carried • HSF provided spec sheets for new trucks. Truck manufacturers are 1-2 years out for completion. Spec prices will change in 2 years. • Paving is done. Bridge work is completed. Guardrail Company notified to set rails. Resolution 2021-5 Otsego County Hazard Mitigation Plan presented to the Town Board and is filed with the Town Clerk Motion to accept Resolution 2021-5 Otsego County Hazard Mitigation Plan made by Councilperson Cornwell and 2nd by Councilperson Waterfield. All in favor roll call vote: Supervisor Garretson-yes, Councilperson Johnson-yes, Councilperson VanDerwerker-yes, Councilperson Cornwell-yes and Councilperson Waterfield-Yes 5-yes 0-no Resolution 2021-5 duly carried. Local Law 2021-1 Solar Energy Generating Systems will be voted on after the 30 day waiting period ends by the County Planning Board. Tentative Budget for 2022 is presented to the Town Board for review and comments. Public Questions, Comments and concerns…………..2 minute limit per request There being no further business meeting adjourned at 8:05PM. Next Town Board meeting and Public Hearing for Tax Cap Override Law Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk Town Board minutes were recorded.

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING AUGUST 12, 2021

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING AUGUST 12, 2021 The regular meeting of the Town Board of Cherry Valley was held on Thursday August 12, 2021 with meeting called to order at 7:00PM by Supervisor Garretson. Pledge to the Flag was said Roll call of Officers was taken: Tom Garretson-Supervisor P Jim Johnson-Councilperson P Ed Vanderwerker-Councilperson P Mark Cornwell-Councilperson P Holly Waterfield-P Highway Superintendent Marty Field-P Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk-P Reading of last month’s minutes will be dispensed of and minutes accepted as presented and or corrected. Presentation of invoices and payments: HEALTH CENTER FUND 70 Ricoh USA Inc $72.87pd 71 Spectrotel $267.63pd 72 RL Parsons Inc $9.02pd 73 National Grid $164.34pd 74 American Wholesalers $52.35pd 75 Constellation Newenergy Inc $138.13pd 76 Quill Corporation $150.40pd 77 Ricoh USA Inc $17.80pd 78 Public Good Pool $286.00pd 79 Bassett Healthcare $42,008.82pd GENERAL FUND 131 Community Planning Environmental Associates (NS) $1,707.82pd 132 Bruce Hall Corp $3,033.45pd 133 ABM Fire Equipment Inc $288.75pd 134 Emerson Testing LLC $89.95pd 135 Emerson Testing LLC $25.00pd 136 Fargo Overland Protective Services $120.00pd 137 Oneonta Garage Doors $1,135.00pd 138 NYS Town Clerks Association $75.00pd 139 Cintas Corporation #121 $333.55pd 140 Spectrotel $363.86pd 141 Spectrum Enterprise $74.95pd 142 Constellation Newenergy Inc $154.33pd 143 National Grid $236.30pd DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING AUGUST 12, 2021 144 NYS Magistrates Association $85.00pd 145 Excellus BCBS $525.32pd 146 On Time Waste $52.00pd 147 United Healthcare $31.71pd Voided check 14264 Voided check 14280 Highway Vouchers: Item 1 (161-168) Item 3 (375-385) Item 4 (148-149) Councilperson Johnson made a motion to accept the invoices and payments as presented, Councilperson VanDerwerker seconded the motion. The invoices and payments have been presented and accepted. All in favor 5 yes 0 no Presentation of Invoices and Payments: • Budget reviewed as well as NBT Account balances. Misc. information to the Town Clerk: • Sales Tax for the month of JUNE check from the County $12,952.28 • United State Treasury $3,321.82 refund for amount previously paid • American rescue plan total will be $67,621.00 over 2 years. Community Center Alden Field and Park: • Gym area had to be closed again due to ceiling repairs. Part of the ceiling started coming down. • Outdoor games is happening on August 20 and August 21 Miscellaneous: • Supervisor Garretson was invited to the Emergency Squad meeting tonight, unfortunately it is the same time as our Town Board meeting. Health Center: • Supervisor Garretson gets a Bassett bill every month for salaries and Aletta’s salary has increased due to more hours being worked. Town Planning Board: • Community Facilities Corp/Old School: • All the apartments are rented except for 2 DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING AUGUST 12, 2021 Village: • Town and Village Board Minutes and info- www.cherryvalleyny.us • There is a street light out in front of the Community Center that the Town is responsible for. Village Mayor is having it taken care of. Highway Department: • HSF reports Dietche Road is open. Will be putting up guardrails. Supervisor Garretson is working on the Budget for next year. Instructed Highway Superintendent Field to purchase a new piece of equipment to keep the rotation of equipment new. Resolution 2021-3 Solar Energy Systems Law-Introduction PROPOSED ACTION: Introducing a Local Law proposing regulations controlling Solar Energy Generating Systems in the Town of Cherry Valley. NOW, THEREFORE: Please see the attached document (filed with the Town Clerk) Motion to accept Resolution 2021-3 made by Councilperson Vanderwerker and 2nd by Councilperson Johnson. All in favor roll call vote: Supervisor Garretson-yes, Councilperson Johnson-yes, Councilperson VanDerwerker-yes, Councilperson Cornwell-yes and Councilperson Waterfield-Yes 5-yes 0-no Resolution 2021-3 duly carried. Environmental Assessment Form is reviewed by the Town Board at tonight’s meeting. Motion to accept the full Environmental Assessment Form concerning the Solar Generating Systems in Cherry Valley-Motion made by Councilperson Waterfield and 2nd by Councilperson Cornwell. All in favor 5-yes 0-no Motion carried. Resolution 2021-4 In support of commitment for Broadband in the Town of Cherry Valley Motion to accept Resolution 2021-4 is made by Councilperson Vanderwerker 2nd Councilperson Johnson Roll call vote Supervisor Garretson-yes, Councilperson Johnson-yes, Councilperson VanDerwerker-yes, Councilperson Cornwell-yes and Councilperson Waterfield-Yes 5-yes 0-no Resolution 2021-4 duly carried. Public Questions, Comments and concerns…………..2 minute limit per request Motion to adjourn- Councilperson Johnson Seconded-Councilperson Cornwell There being no further business meeting adjourned at 7:57PM. Next Town Board meeting and Public Hearing is September 09, 2021 AT 7:00PM Respectfully submitted, Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk Town Board minutes were recorded.

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING JULY 08, 2021

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING JULY 08, 2021 The regular meeting of the Town Board of Cherry Valley was held on Thursday July 08, 2021 with meeting called to order at 7:00PM by Supervisor Garretson. Pledge to the Flag was said Roll call of Officers was taken: Tom Garretson-Supervisor P Jim Johnson-Councilperson P Ed Vanderwerker-Councilperson P Mark Cornwell-Councilperson P Holly Waterfield-P Highway Superintendent Marty Field-P Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk-P Reading of last month’s minutes will be dispensed of and minutes accepted as presented and or corrected. Presentation of invoices and payments: HEALTH CENTER FUND 58 Spectrotel $264.22pd 59 Quill Corporation $407.83pd 60 Ricoh USA Inc $72.87pd 61 National Grid $141.66pd 62 Constellation Newenergy Inc $98.05pd 63 American Wholesalers $52.35pd 64 RBS Inc $1,200.00pd 65 Public Goods Pool $288.00pd 66 Ricoh USA Inc $17.80pd 67 Quill Corporation $87.84pd 68 Bassett Healthcare $53,836.78pd 69 Carpet Doctor $260.00pd GENERAL FUND 113 State Comptroller $2,332.00pd 114 Comm Planning Envir Associates $1,346.67pd 115 Tri-County Communications Inc $179.10pd 116 The Daily Star $71.56pd 117 Spectrotel $368.55pd 118 Spectrum Enterprise $74.95pd 119 Cintas Corporation #121 $326.59pd 120 Spectrum Enterprise $89.95pd 121 National Grid $216.93pd 122 RL Parsons Inc $389.51pd 123 Constellation Newenergy Inc $114.68pd 124 On Time Waste $58.00pd 125 Deluxe $455.15pd 126 United Healthcare $31.71pd 127 State Comptroller $4,517.00pd 128 Hummel’s Office Plus $384.50pd 129 Carpet Doctor $840.00pd 130 Department of the Treasury $3,317.45pd Voided check 14216 Highway Vouchers: Item 1 (156-160) Item 3 (369-374) Item 4 (147) Councilperson VanDerwerker made a motion to accept the invoices and payments as presented, Councilperson Waterfield seconded the motion. The invoices and payments have been presented and accepted. All in favor 5 yes 0 no Presentation of Invoices and Payments: • Budget reviewed as well as NBT Account balances. Misc. information to the Town Clerk: • Sales Tax for the month of MAY check from the County $6,918.77 Community Center Alden Field and Park: • Community Center is opened back up for rentals. In the spring of 2022, the Community Center will be closed for repairs to the roof and ceiling as well as other minor repairs that needs to be completed. • Jeff Stiles reported the ceiling has been inspected and is safe to proceed with reopening. We may opt to close off the balcony area. Supervisor Garretson filled out the forms for the American Rescue plan money and sent them in to the Federal Gov. Town Planning Board: • Councilperson Waterfield states the draft solar law is with the Attorney, John Lyons. for review. Community Facilities Corp/Old School: • All Senior apartments are rented with the exception of 2 smaller apartments. Supervisor Garretson has been in contact with DEC officer Tim Card regarding the situation on Chestnut Street. Officer Card is waiting on Solid Waste to get back to him. Village: • Town and Village Board Minutes and info- www.cherryvalleyny.us Highway Department: • Highway Superintendent Field reported the Town Highway has to be enrolled into a Federal Clearing House program with the Insurance company. When a new employee is hired by the Town Highway Department their license has to go to the Insurance Company to be run in the Federal check data base. • Dietche Road is in line to be completed soon. Will be using Suit-Kote for the paving. • HS Field would like to rent a Boom mower to clear the bigger debris along the roads to be able to maintain the sides of the road with the new tractor. Public Questions, Comments and concerns…………..2 minute limit per request Supervisor Garretson spoke to a Spectrum employee installing cable on Tom’s Road, which is a Town Road and the employee stated Otsego County is the only County in the State having issues with Spectrum. Anyone living on a County Road needs to attend the County Board meeting to pursue and get answers to questions regarding cable services on a County Road. Councilperson Waterfield stated when she went to Spectrum’s site and put her address in, which is a Town road, it said there is no plan for future service. Councilperson Cornwell stated making phone calls to Congressman Delgado’s office and Senator Oberacker’s office to state concerns. Motion to adjourn- Councilperson VanDerwerker Seconded-Councilperson Cornwell There being no further business meeting adjourned at 7:39PM. Next Town Board meeting is AUGUST 12, 2021 AT 7:00PM Respectfully submitted, Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk Town Board minutes were recorded.

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING JUNE 10, 2021

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING JUNE 10, 2021 The regular meeting of the Town Board of Cherry Valley was held on Thursday June 10, 2021 with meeting called to order at 6:56PM by Supervisor Garretson. Pledge to the Flag was said Roll call of Officers was taken: Tom Garretson-Supervisor P Jim Johnson-Councilperson P Ed Vanderwerker-Councilperson P Mark Cornwell-Councilperson Excused Holly Waterfield-P Highway Superintendent Marty Field-P Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk-P Reading of last month’s minutes will be dispensed of and minutes accepted as presented and or corrected. Presentation of invoices and payments: HEALTH CENTER FUND 46 Quill Corporation $110.24pd 47 Ricoh USA $17.80pd 48 Spectrotel $276.65pd 49 Bassett Healthcare $37,927.06pd 50 National Grid $158.20pd 51 Bassett Healthcare $36,910.05pd 52 Quill Corporation $208.96pd 53 RICOH USA $72.87pd 54 Public Goods Pool $422.00pd 55 Public Goods Pool $341.00pd 56 Constellation Newenergy Inc $93.13pd 57 Ricoh USA $17.80pd GENERAL FUND 94 State Comptroller $4,741.00pd 95 Bruce Hall Corp $1,800.00pd 96 RL Parsons Inc $828.17pd 97 Nan Stolzenburg $1,278.51pd 98 Spectrum Enterprise $74.95pd 99 Cintas Corporation #121 $263.38pd 100 Spectrum Enterprise $89.95pd 101 Spectrotel $371.22pd 102 National Grid $280.69pd 103 On Time Waste $75.00pd 104 Excellus BC/BS $525.32pd 105 Hummel’s Office Plus $1,750.00pd 106 Constellation Newenergy Inc $135.66pd 107 United Healthcare $31.71pd 108 Hummel’s Office Plus $33.94pd 109 Edward Harvey $250.00pd 110 Louis Guido Jr $250.00pd 111 Brian Haig $250.00pd 112 Kassandra Cade-Laymon $35.28pd VOIDED check 14191 Highway Vouchers: Item 1 (149-155) Item 3 (361-368) Item 4 (146) Councilperson Waterfield made a motion to accept the invoices and payments as presented, Councilperson Johnson seconded the motion. The invoices and payments have been presented and accepted. All in favor 4 yes 0 no Presentation of Invoices and Payments: • Budget reviewed as well as NBT Account balances. Misc. information to the Town Clerk: • Sales Tax for the month of APR check from the County $6,663.08 • Otsego County Snow and Ice Fringe payment $2,674.62 • Otsego County Mortgage Tax payment check $9,568.77 Community Center Alden Field and Park: • Supervisor Garretson spoke with Jeff Stiles and he has approved the opening of the Gym as the ceiling and roof repairs have been completed. • The Gym Board will need to meet to approve any guidelines needed to comply with the CDC guidelines. • Marty Field reported the Fire Department is purchasing an AED for the gymnasium and an AED for Alden Field. The AED boxes will have alarms on them that will be linked to the Fire Department members cell phones so they can respond as well if an AED is broke into for use. Supervisor Garretson contacted the Town Attorney, Will Green, to inquire about a form letter the Town can use to address issues with property owners within the Town. Supervisor Garretson has not heard back from Attorney Green yet. SG will follow up. Health Center: • Doing well. Town Planning Board: • Councilperson Waterfield supplied a draft visual impact map from Nan Stolzenburg regarding potential solar projects. Village: • Town and Village Board Minutes and info- www.cherryvalleyny.us Highway Department: • All purpose tractor is here and being utilized. Public Questions, Comments and concerns…………..2 minute limit per request Frank McGrath is asking if the Town has initiated any correspondence with Spectrum to put pressure on them regarding broadband service. Frank is asking if Spectrum has a plan or not regarding service for the Cherry Valley area. Andy Minnig asked for further clarification of the Visual Impact Map Councilperson Waterfield presented. Mr. Minnig also reported he spoke with Scott from On Time Waste about the bins being filled is because the volume of boxes not being broke down is one of the problems that the bins are filling up so fast. Maybe a sign reminding people to break down boxes before depositing them in the bins. Motion to adjourn- Councilperson Waterfield Seconded-Councilperson VanDerwerker There being no further business meeting adjourned at 7:33PM. Next Town Board meeting is JULY 08, 2021 AT 7:00PM Respectfully submitted, Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk Town Board minutes were recorded.

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING MAY 13, 2021

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING MAY 13, 2021 The regular meeting of the Town Board of Cherry Valley was held on Thursday May 13, 2021 with meeting called to order at 7:00PM by Supervisor Garretson. Pledge to the Flag was said Roll call of Officers was taken: Tom Garretson-Supervisor P Jim Johnson-Councilperson P Ed Vanderwerker-Councilperson P Mark Cornwell-Councilperson P Holly Waterfield-P Highway Superintendent Marty Field-P Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk-P Reading of last month’s minutes will be dispensed of and minutes accepted as presented and or corrected. Presentation of invoices and payments: HEALTH CENTER FUND 36 Public Goods Pool $529.00pd 37 Century Linen $31.11pd 38 Ricoh USA Inc $17.80pd 39 RL Parsons Inc $1,022.86pd 40 Spectrotel $288.56pd 41 Ricoh USA Inc $72.87pd 42 Century Linen $19.85pd 43 National Grid $159.08pd 44 Constellation Newenergy Inc $97.13pd 45 American Wholesalers $51.99pd GENERAL FUND 78 NYS Taxation and Finance $319.05pd 79 Jaird Johnson $1,332.02pd 80 The Daily Star $64.00pd 81 US Postal Service $64.00pd 82 Spectrotel $362.77pd 83 RL Parsons Inc $2,241.62pd 84 Spectrum Enterprise $79.95ps 85 Cintas Corporation #121 $306.33pd 86 Spectrum Enterprise $79.95pd 87 National Grid $586.33pd 88 On Time Waste $52.00pd 89 Excellus BC/BS $659.58pd 90 Hummel’s Office Plus $42.16pd DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING MAY 13, 2021 91 Constellation Newenergy Inc $165.39pd 92 Mary Beth Flint$16.00pd 93 United Healthcare $45.77pd Voided check 14164 Highway Vouchers: Item 1 (143-148) Item 3 (347-360) Item 4 (144-145) Councilperson Waterfield made a motion to accept the invoices and payments as presented, Councilperson Johnson seconded the motion. The invoices and payments have been presented and accepted. All in favor 5 yes 0 no Presentation of Invoices and Payments: • Budget reviewed as well as NBT Account balances. Misc. information to the Town Clerk: • Sales Tax for the month of MAR check from the County $9,345.50 Community Center Alden Field and Park: • Gym remains closed until the ceiling and roof can be inspected. Health Center: • Doing well. Town Planning Board: • Supervisor Garretson received first invoice from Nan Stolzenburg. • Councilpersons Waterfield and Cornwell reported they received the first draft of the proposed Solar Law from Nan. The Board will review and give Nan feedback on the draft and suggest any changes and or additions needed. Councilperson Waterfield gave a more in-depth report on the maps also provided by Nan. Councilperson Cornwell also reported on what would be considered a small, medium or large private Solar Field per parcel. All of these things need to be considered especially when presenting the final Draft to the public at a Public Hearing. Village: • Town and Village Board Minutes and info- www.cherryvalleyny.us Highway Department: • Need to replace the culvert on Dietsche Road. Highway Superintendent Field is gathering prices for the culverts which will come to approximately $15,000 by the time they get done with the installation of the culvert it will be approximately $30,000 to $40,000. HSF is looking into the CHIPS funds for the culvert project. DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING MAY 13, 2021 • Also gave an update on Kniskern and Wilson roads that are currently being worked on. Hoose and Palmer road are completed. • New tractor will be here next week • The international truck brought $2,500. Supervisor Garretson distributed information on the DUNS (data universal numbering system) number for grants. Also, information regarding The Americans with Disability Act regarding the curbs being cut for handicapped accessibility. Public Questions, Comments and concerns…………..2 minute limit per request Howard Young inquired about a Town ordinance regarding numerous rotting cars on a private residence land that may be affecting surrounding water supplies on neighboring property. The Board is taking this under advisement and will contact the Town Attorney to send a letter. Andy Minnig reported on Artworks will be having a sculpture trail this summer. Films behind the Museum will not be happening due to darkness happening so late that this may be disturbing to neighbors. Councilperson Waterfield reported she didn’t write a letter to Spectrum regarding Broad Band services for the area; however, she saw in the news some legal things are moving along. She still plans on writing a letter. Frank McGrath reported he wrote a letter to Congressman Delgado’s office as well as the New York State Teachers Association and New York State School Board Association should be pushing for plans on what their responsibilities will be moving forward in the future. Cell Tower on Rendering Works Road has been updated by AT&T. Cell service is still a challenge within the Town. Motion to adjourn- Councilperson Cornwell Seconded-Councilperson VanDerwerker There being no further business meeting adjourned at 7:45PM. Next Town Board meeting is JUNE 10, 2021 AT 7:00PM Respectfully submitted, Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk Town Board minutes were recorded.

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING APRIL 08, 2021

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING APRIL 08, 2021 The regular meeting of the Town Board of Cherry Valley was held on Thursday April 08, 2021 with meeting called to order at 7:02PM by Supervisor Garretson. Pledge to the Flag was said Roll call of Officers was taken: Tom Garretson-Supervisor P Jim Johnson-Councilperson Excused Ed Vanderwerker-Councilperson P Mark Cornwell-Councilperson P Holly Waterfield-P Highway Superintendent Marty Field-P Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk-P Reading of last month’s minutes will be dispensed of and minutes accepted as presented and or corrected. Presentation of invoices and payments: HEALTH CENTER FUND 24 American Wholesalers $52.35pd 25 RICOH USA Inc $72.87pd 26 Quill Corporation $210.73pd 27 RL Parsons Inc $268.87pd 28 Spectrotel $304.92pd 29 JC Smith Inc $77.00pd 30 National Grid $162.14pd 31 Constellation Newenergy Inc $159.36pd 32 Excellus BCBS $485.90pd 33 Quill Corporation $920.01pd 34 RBS Inc $900.00pd 35 Bassett Healthcare $39,061.47pd Voided check 14129 GENERAL FUND 59 Bruce Hall Corp $224.60pd 60 RL Parsons Inc $2,803.68pd 61 The Daily Star $300.45pd 62 On Time Waste $55.00pd 63 Spectrotel $365.48pd 64 National Grid $480.65pd 65 Spectrum Enterprise $79.95pd 66 Cintas Corporation #121 $253.25pd 67 Tri-County Communications Inc $179.10pd 68 Spectrum Enterprise $79.95pd DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING APRIL 08, 2021 69 Mary Beth Flint $52.48pd 70 US Postal Service $335.90pd 71 Constellation Newenergy Inc $314.86pd 72 Excellus BCBS $391.06pd 73 Hummel’s Office Plus $52.54pd 74 United Healthcare $17.65pd 75 County of Otsego $579.50pd 76 State Comptroller $3,148.00pd 77 Hummel’s Office Plus $263.24pd Highway Vouchers: Item 1 (140-142) Item 3 (339-346) Item 4 (141-143) Councilperson Waterfield made a motion to accept the invoices and payments as presented, Councilperson Cornwell seconded the motion. The invoices and payments have been presented and accepted. All in favor 4 yes 0 no Presentation of Invoices and Payments: • Budget reviewed as well as NBT Account balances. Misc. information to the Town Clerk: • Sales Tax for the month of FEB check from the County $5,378.15 • Otsego County Treasurer Snow & Ice $15,908.07 • Dog report for January 2019-March 2021 Community Center Alden Field and Park: • Gym remains closed until the ceiling and roof can be inspected. Town Planning Board: • Councilperson Waterfield gave a brief update of her conversations/meetings with Nan Stolzenburg and expect to have a draft Solar Law for review by the May meeting. Hopeful to have the Public Hearing, County review and enactment by July or August. Village: • Town and Village Board Minutes and info- www.cherryvalleyny.us Highway Department: • Highway Superintendent Field reported the new truck has some issues with the box liner already pitted. HSField contacted Henderson to see if this can be addressed under warranty. • Measured a bunch of roads for paving. • Martin presented the board with prices for a new tractor. DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING APRIL 08, 2021 • New Town employee, Tom is working out very well. • Motion is made by Councilperson Cornwell to purchase the new tractor as presented, 2nd by Councilperson VanDewerker. All in favor 4 yes 0 no. Motion carried Supervisor Garretson reported on the American Rescue Plan. The Town will receive the money $2,13790.00. This money is not to be used for retirement. This money is earmarked for thing such as; lost wages, maintaining roads, etc. during and after COVID. Federal/State/County • Dave Bliss County Rep is in attendance at tonight’s meeting. Public Questions, Comments and concerns…………..2 minute limit per request Andy Minnig inquired about a Code Enforcement officer’s expertise. Would this be a shared service and how much would it cost? This will be addressed with Nan Stolzenburg. Phil Durkin thanked the Board for keeping the discussion going regarding the issues on County Route 50 current and things seemed to have settled down from a year ago. Frank McGrath inquired about progress towards Broadband services for the Town. SG stated Spectrum is out and about laying lines. Dave Bliss, County Rep stated there has been some issues with Spectrum recognizing addresses that are eligible for their services. Mr. McGrath inquired if there is a map of which residences Spectrum is planning on installing services to? Mr. McGrath is asking if the Board, as a government entity, can draft a letter to ask these questions? Councilperson Waterfield stated she would write a letter to Spectrum. Motion to adjourn- Councilperson Cornwell Seconded-Councilperson Waterfield There being no further business meeting adjourned at 8:05PM. Next Town Board meeting is May 13, 2021 AT 7:00PM Respectfully submitted, Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk Town Board minutes were recorded.

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING MARCH 11, 2021

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING MARCH 11, 2021 The regular meeting of the Town Board of Cherry Valley was held on Thursday March 11, 2021 with meeting called to order at 7:03PM by Supervisor Garretson. Pledge to the Flag was said Roll call of Officers was taken: Tom Garretson-Supervisor P Jim Johnson-Councilperson P Ed Vanderwerker-Councilperson P Mark Cornwell-Councilperson P Holly Waterfield-P Highway Superintendent Marty Field-P Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk-P Reading of last month’s minutes will be dispensed of and minutes accepted as presented and or corrected. Presentation of invoices and payments: HEALTH CENTER FUND 13 RL Parsons Inc $485.55pd 14 RICOH USA $72.87pd 15 Quill Corporation $192.54pd 16 National Grid $172.67pd 17 Spectrotel $316.05pd 18 Public Goods Pool $22.00pd 19 Constellation Newenergy Inc $107.88pd 20 Quill Corporation $633.12pd 21 Bassett Healthcare $38,332.10pd 22 Ricoh USA Inc $19.77pd 23 Public Goods Pool $608.00pd Voided check 1626 Voided check 1633 GENERAL FUND 39 RL Parsons Inc $2,329.84pd 40 State Comptroller $9,137.00pd 41 Spectrum Enterprise $79.95pd 42 National Grid $378.12pd 43 Constellation Newenergy Inc $230.46pd 44Cintas Corporation #121 $251.96pd 45 Spectrotel $368.96pd 46 Spectrum Enterprise $74.95pd 47 On Time Waste $50.00pd 48 Otsego Co Hwy Superintendent Association $100.00pd 49 Excellus BC/CS $391.06pd 50 Shelterpoint Life Ins Company $589.80pd 51 Gates Cole Associates $29,548.69pd 52 Jeff Stiles Contractor $2,134.58pd 53 ABM Fire Equipment Inc $48.00pd 54 State Comptroller $2,266.00pd 55 United Healthcare $17.65pd 56 Hummel’s Office Plus $105.93pd 57 RH Crown Co Inc $373.19pd 58 ABM Fire Equipment Inc $84.00pd Highway Vouchers: Item 3 (329-338) Item 4 (137-140) Councilperson Vanderwerker made a motion to accept the invoices and payments as presented, Councilperson Cornwell seconded the motion. The invoices and payments have been presented and accepted. All in favor 5 yes 0 no Presentation of Invoices and Payments: • Budget reviewed as well as NBT Account balances. Misc. information to the Town Clerk: • Sales Tax for the month of JAN check from the County $3,375.45 • Sales Tax for the month of JAN check from the County $2,253.27 Community Center Alden Field and Park: • Gym remains closed until the ceiling and roof can be inspected. Community Facilities Corp/Old School • May is the unofficial date for decision on resident applications. Town Planning Board: • Lorraine Bosma, chairperson is in attendance tonight. She reports on the Public Hearing for the communication tower being extended and small generator on the ground project on Rendering Works Road. There was no public in attendance for the public hearing. The site plan presented was well put together and the Planning Board had 30 days to ask additional question. However, with that said the Company presenting the project does not need the permission of the PB to move forward with the project. Lorraine stated as projects come forward such as Solar projects etc, the Town Board should have some control or Home Rule regulations. These projects can present to the Town Planning Board as a courtesy but they do not need permission from the Town Planning Board. The State can supersede any Home Rule regulations. Lorraine also requested the Town Board hire a person who can take a look at the proposed Solar Law and Town Comprehension plan and update the plan. The Town Planning Board had several sessions with the County Planning Board and they reviewed the site plan law and were very comfortable with how the site plan law is written. • Councilperson Cornwell will make contact with some professional people he knows for guidance in how to move forward with the proposed Solar Law. • Lorraine also would like to talk about the issue of a Town Code Enforcer. The County Code Enforcer will not enforce local Town Code Laws. Lorraine would like the Town Board to take this into consideration for future projects. Village: • Town and Village Board Minutes and info- www.cherryvalleyny.us • Parking lot that was deeded to the Village with the stipulation the Town has first refusal to buy back. The Village is selling .24 acres for $3,000.00. There was a discussion held by the Board regarding this issue. Highway Department: • Superintendent Field reports the new employee started and is doing well. • Doing some cold patching and getting ready for spring. • The tractor broom is in very bad shape. Motion is made by Councilperson Waterfield to allow the Superintendent of Highways Martin Field to research purchasing a new mower with attachments. 2nd by Councilperson Vanderwerker. All in favor 5yes 0No • Superintendent Garretson states we have more trucks than we have drivers. He would like the old international truck and take to the Spring auction. Councilperson Cornwell inquired about eligible expenses to submit for the American Rescue Plan. Councilperson Waterfield stated the funding will come from the County. Public Questions, Comments and concerns…………..2 minute limit per request Phil Durkin gave an update on the Foxes Den motocross situation on East Hill. Lorraine is under the impression the Town Attorney sent a letter to the Foxes Den individuals. Lorraine has not had a response to her 2 emails to the Town Attorney. If such a letter exits the Town Supervisor Garretson would have been CC or a copy of such letter would have been sent to him and he has not received anything from the Town Attorney. Lorraine wants to clarify, even though the Land Use Law addresses noise nuisances this still does not preclude the land owner from proceeding with a motocross track on their land or any additional land purchased. Motion to adjourn- Councilperson Cornwell Seconded-Councilperson Waterfield There being no further business meeting adjourned at 8:04PM. Next Town Board meeting is April 08, 2021 AT 7:00PM Respectfully submitted, Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk- Town Board minutes were recorded.

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING FEBRUARY 11, 2021

DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING FEBRUARY 11, 2021 The regular meeting of the Town Board of Cherry Valley was held on Thursday February 11, 2021 with meeting called to order at 7:00PM by Supervisor Garretson. Pledge to the Flag was said Roll call of Officers was taken: Tom Garretson-Supervisor P Jim Johnson-Councilperson P Ed Vanderwerker-Councilperson P Mark Cornwell-Councilperson P Holly Waterfield-P Highway Superintendent Marty Field-P Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk-P Reading of last month’s minutes will be dispensed of and minutes accepted as presented and or corrected. Presentation of invoices and payments: HEALTH CENTER FUND 1 Cherry Valley Hardware LLC $27.50pd 2 RL Parsons Inc $307.01pd 3 Otsego Telephone Systems Inc $615.00pd 4 Bruce Hall Corp $95.92pd 5 Ricoh USA Inc $72.87pd 6 Quill Corporation $468.89pd 7 National Grid $167.26pd 8 Spectrotel $249.20pd 9 Constellation New energy Inc $100.91pd 10 Ricoh USA Inc $17.80pd 11 Southern Tier Credit Center $37.50pd 12 Bassett Healthcare $39,887.08pd GENERAL FUND 1 United Healthcare $17.65pd 2 Town Tax Collector $87.50pd 3 Sue Miller $370.00pd 4 Cherry Valley Emergency Squad $300.00pd 5 American Legion Post 1360 $560.00pd 6 Cherry Valley Library $10,200.00pd 7 Cherry Valley Historical Association $10,200.00pd 8 Cherry Valley Fireman’s Auxiliary $150.00pd 9 Cherry Valley Fish and Game Club $300.00pd 10 Cherry Valley Fire Dept Co. 1 $300.00pd 11 Cherry Valley Facilities Corp $3,600.00pd DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING FEBRUARY 11, 2021 12 Artworks $2,050.00pd 13 Lyman and James Johnson $2,800.00pd 14 RL Parsons Inc $2,277.85pd 15 State Comptroller $989.00pd 16 Bruce Hall Corp $155.90pd 17 The Daily Star $155.15pd 18 Spectrum Enterprise $79.95pd 19 Cintas Corp #121 $251.96pd 20 On Time Waste $70.00pd 21 National Grid $434.35pd 22 Spectrotel $362.39pd 23 Excellus BC/BS $391.06pd 24 US Postal Service $150.00pd 25 US Postal Service $64.00pd 26 Emerson Testing LLC $235.00pd 27 Fargo Overland Protective Service $120.00pd 28 Spectrum Enterprise $74.95pd 29 Cintas Corp #121 $62.99pd 30 Cherry Valley Fire District $93,800.00pd 31 Hummel’s Office Plus $25.27pd 32 Jimmy Thompson $12.96pd 33 United Healthcare $17.65pd 34 JB Supply $24.84pd 35 Constellation Newenergy Inc $205.43pd 36 Williamson Law Book Co. $714.00pd 37 Hummel’s Office Plus $44.51pd 38 Sarah Fanion $500.00pd Highway Vouchers: Item 3 (319-328) Item 4 (133-136) Councilperson Vanderwerker made a motion to accept the invoices and payments as presented, Councilperson Waterfield seconded the motion. The invoices and payments have been presented and accepted. All in favor 5 yes 0 no Presentation of Invoices and Payments: • Budget reviewed as well as NBT Account balances. Misc. information to the Town Clerk: • Sales Tax for the month of DEC check from the County $9,629.85 • Thank you, card, received from CV Memorial Library DRAFT ONLY TB MEETING FEBRUARY 11, 2021 Community Center Alden Field and Park: • Gym is still closed until the ceiling and roof can be inspected. Health Center: • Maureen Kuhn submitted a letter stating as of May 10th, 2021 her status will be part time. Elletta will transition to Medical Director under the supervision of Maureen. Community Facilities Corp/Old School • Councilperson Johnson has been in touch with ________ Doyle regarding the Senior apartments to be smoke free and she would help with signage. Town Planning Board: • Motion made by Councilperson Waterfield to proceed with finalizing for the proposed Town of Cherry Valley Solar Energy Systems regulations and move toward County review. Seconded by Councilperson Cornwell. All in favor 5 yes 0 no. Village: • Town and Village Board Minutes and info- www.cherryvalleyny.us Resolution 2021-2 of the Cherry Valley Town Board Required annual examination and audit of town justice court records and dockets. Motion made by Councilperson Cornwell to accept Resolution 2021-2 2nd by Councilperson Waterfield. Roll call vote: Supervisor Garretson-yes, Councilperson Johnson-yes, Councilperson Vanderweker-yes, Councilperson Cornwell-yes and Councilperson Waterfield-yes 5 yes 0 no Resolution 2021-2 duly carried. Public Questions, Comments and concerns…………..2 minute limit per request Andy Minnig and Phil Durkin are present tonight along with Charles Varney who will be running for the County Board. Motion to adjourn- Councilperson Cornwell Seconded-Councilperson Vanderwerker There being no further business meeting adjourned at 7:18PM. Next Town Board meeting is MARCH 11, 2021 AT 7:00PM Respectfully submitted, Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk- Town Board minutes were recorded.

DRAFT ONLY TB/ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING JANUARY 14, 2021

DRAFT ONLY TB/ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING JANUARY 14, 2021 The regular meeting of the Town Board of Cherry Valley was held on Thursday January 14, 2021 with meeting called to order at 7:00PM by Supervisor Garretson. Pledge to the Flag was said Roll call of Officers was taken: Tom Garretson-Supervisor P Jim Johnson-Councilperson P Ed VanDerwerker-Councilperson Excused Mark Cornwell-Councilperson P Holly Waterfield-P Highway Superintendent Marty Field-P Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk-P Reading of last month’s minutes will be dispensed of and minutes accepted as presented and or corrected. Presentation of invoices and payments: HEALTH CENTER FUND 134 National Grid $165.74pd 135 Ricoh USA Inc $17.80pd 136 Ricoh USA Inc $72.87pd 137 American Wholesalers $710.78pd 138 Spectrotel $279.53pd 139 Bassett Healthcare $67,049.74pd 140 Constellation Newenergy Inc $73.52pd 141 Ricoh USA Inc $17.80pd 142 Public Goods Pool $721.00pd GENERAL FUND 230 Kevin Flint Lettering $200.00pd 231 US Postal Service $667.05pd 232 Tri-County Communications Inc $179.10pd 233 Hummel’s Office Plus $120.93pd 234 RL Parsons Inc $831.05pd 235 Charlie Gaughan $200.00pd 236 National Grid $405.83pd 237 Spectrum Enterprise $74.95pd 238 Spectrum Enterprise $79.95pd 239 Tri-County Communications Inc $231.00pd 240 Hummel’s Office Plus $67.39pd 241 Dorothy Johnson $30.25pd 242 Jeff Stiles Contractor $3,480.62pd 243 Charlie Gaughan $315.00pd DRAFT ONLY TB/ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING JANUARY 14, 2021 244 Spectrotel $351.64pd 245 US Postal Service $335.30pd 246 On Time Waste $40.00pd 247 Excellus BC/BS $391.06PD 248 Gates Cole Associates $136.00pd 249 Constellation Newenergy Inc $143.91pd 250 Cintas Corp #121 $251.96 Voided check 13992 Voided check 14000 Voided check 14001 Highway Vouchers: Item 1 (138-139) Item 3 (309-318) Item 4 (128-132) Councilperson Cornwell made a motion to accept the invoices and payments as presented, Councilperson Waterfield seconded the motion. The invoices and payments have been presented and accepted. All in favor 4 yes 0 no Presentation of Invoices and Payments: • Budget reviewed as well as NBT Account balances. Misc. information to the Town Clerk: • Sales Tax for the month of NOV check from the County $5,555.61 • Mortgage Tax check from Otsego County Treasurer $11,193.07 • Thank you cards received from CV museum and CVF Auxiliary • Received notification from the State regarding bridge rehabilitation which carries Route 20 over Route 166 to be slated for 2022. Community Center Alden Field and Park: • Major rood leak onto the gym floor and the integrity of the ceiling is questionable at this time. CC gym area will remain closed until repairs can be made. • Gym and conference room remain closed with the exception of Town Board, Town Planning Board and Food Pantry Board meetings. Community Facilities Corp/Old School • Senior living apartments are done. Due to COVID still being an issue holding off until May for possible move in. Town Planning Board: • Motion to appoint Lorraine Bosma as Planning Board Chairperson is made by Councilperson Johnson and 2nd by Councilperson Waterfield. 4 yes 0 no motion carried. Holly has heard back from Will Green regarding the Solar Law document and is hoping DRAFT ONLY TB/ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING JANUARY 14, 2021 to have this on the agenda by next meeting. Village: • Town and Village Board Minutes and info- www.cherryvalleyny.us Highway Department: • Closing on the Bond for the truck is tomorrow and will send out the paperwork to Burr and Henderson. • Marty met with John Skoons (?) from Gorman’s and toured a couple of roads in the Town that need paving. Mary and John went up North this Summer to look at a new style of paving. The roads stability looked great with this new crusher run. Resolution 2021-1 Annual Organizational Meeting Annual Organizational Meeting of the Cherry Valley Town Board January 2021 The Cherry Valley Town Board Meetings will be held on the 2nd Thursday of the month and will be called to order at 7 pm. If the Town Board is unable to meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month, they will meet on the 3rd Thursday of the month. Town Board members will begin review of the invoices and payments no later then 6:30 pm on the night of the town board meeting. 96 hours prior notice will be allowed to the Supervisor for consideration of a topic or presentation to appear on the monthly Town Board meeting agenda. The Rules of Procedure for the monthly Town Board meeting are as follows: Call to Order Pledge to the Flag – (all are requested to stand) Roll Call of Officers 1. Minutes of the last Monthly Meeting - on file with the Town Clerk 2. Presentation of Monthly Invoices and Payments 3. Monthly Budget Review and NBT Account Balance Review 4. Misc. Information to the Town Clerk 5. Community Center / Alden Fields and Park 6. Misc. Information and Updates 7. Health Center 8. Town Facilities Community Facilities Corp / Old School DRAFT ONLY TB/ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING JANUARY 14, 2021 9. Village 10. Town Planning 11. Highway Department 12. Federal / State / County Public Questions, Comments, and Concerns….….2 minute limit per request Adjourn Contact information for the Town Supervisor is as follows: Tom Garretson - Supervisor - Town of Cherry Valley 356 Mill Road - Cherry Valley - NY - 13320 cvsupervisorgarretson@yahoo.com Home Office and Evening Phone: 607-264-9045….. (7pm to 10pm is best) The Town Supervisor will serve as the Town Budget Officer. The Budget Officer is authorized to pay employees, insurance, utility, communication and any other due invoices prior to the review and approval of the town board. The Budget Officer will provide all paid invoices with attached check stubs for monthly town board audit review and approval. The Budget Officer will provide proof of any voided, damaged or destroyed check. The adopted 2021 budget for the town $1,909,260 The adopted 2021 tax levy for the town $1,073,170 Included in the adopted 2021 Town Budget, are the following budgets: The Cherry Valley Health Center Budget $580,000 The Cherry Valley Fire Department Budget $93,800 The Cherry Valley Community Center Budget $28,400 The Town Clerk will stamp all Resolutions, Local Laws, and Payment Acceptance Agreements with the Official Town of Cherry Valley Stamp. One copy of each stamped document will be provided to the Town Supervisor. Appointed and elected paid positions that are vacant will be advertised in the official town newspaper with a request of letters of interest sent to: Thomas Garretson - Town Supervisor - 356 Mill Road - Cherry Valley - 13320 The following positions have been appointed, reappointed and /or reemployed for 2021 DRAFT ONLY TB/ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING JANUARY 14, 2021 Town Health Officer Maureen Kuhn $200 Registrar of Vital Statistics Mary Beth Flint Deputy Town Clerk Kevin Flint Deputy Supervisor Amy Garretson Swim Program Director Deb Whiteman $800 Town Attorney Will Green $6,500 Town Assessor Kassandra Cade - Laymon $9,400 Dog Control Officer Jaird Johnson $3,500 Town Historian Susan Miller $370 Town Tax Collector Mary Beth Flint $2,600 Community Center Director Mary Beth Flint $4,200 Community Center Custodian Kevin Flint $4,200 Health Center Cleaner Gary Schaffer $3,600 Health Center Office Manager Susan Schaffer $35,672 Court Clerk Nicole Vanderwerker $3,200 Town Highway Employees per hour $18.20 Town Highway Overtime per hour $27.30 Part Time Employees per hour $15.00 Swim Instructors per day $35.00 The following are elected paid positions for 2021 Town Supervisor / Budget Officer Tom Garretson $13,000 Town Clerk Mary Beth Flint $11,000 Town Councilperson Jim Johnson $3,000 Town Councilperson Mark Cornwell $3,000 Town Councilperson Ed Vanderwerker $3,000 Town Councilperson Holly Waterfield $3,000 Town Superintendent of Highway Martin Field $45,000 Town Justice Fredy Herr $11,000 Town Justice Chris Barown $11,000 The following institutions and organizations will receive monetary contributions in 2021 Cherry Valley Emergency Squad $300 Cherry Valley American Legion $560 Cherry Valley Library $10,200 Cherry Valley Museum $10,200 Cherry Valley Firemen’s Auxiliary $150 Cherry Valley Fish and Game Club $300 Cherry Valley Fire Department – Company No. 1 $300 Cherry Valley Facilities Corporation – Town Clerk Office Rent $3,600 Artworks $2,050 Salt and Sand Shed / Recyclables Transfer Station land lease $2,800 DRAFT ONLY TB/ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING JANUARY 14, 2021 The Official Town Newspaper will be The Daily Star. The Official Town Bank will be the Cherry Valley branch of NBT Town business travel reimbursement will be $0.60 per mile A Petty Cash fund in the amount of $200 is granted to the Town Clerk. A Petty Cash fund in the amount of $200 is granted to the Superintendent of Highways The Superintendent of Highways is authorized to purchase equipment and replacement parts prior to the review and approval of the town board, not to exceed $3,500 The Superintendent of Highways will provide the Supervisor with overtime hours per highway employee no later then 4pm on Wednesday of the payroll week. The Town Supervisor will provide the Community Center Director with an annual budget and provide monthly updates of revenue and expense. The Cherry Valley Community Center Director will be responsible for organizing and conducting an annual meeting with all parties involved with the use and maintenance of the Community Center and Alden Fields. The Town Supervisor will serve as Chairman of the Cherry Valley Health Center Board. The Town Supervisor will provide the Cherry Valley Health Center Board with an annual budget and provide monthly updates of revenue and expense. The Board of Assessment Review will consist of the following paid individuals Brian Haig $250 Louis Guido $250 Edward Harvey $250 The Town Planning Board will consist of the following non paid individuals Lorraine Bosma - Chairperson Tracy Donovan – Deputy Chairperson Lisa Hershey Karen Walker - Secretary Ellen LaSalle The 2021 fringe benefit package for full time town employees is as follows DRAFT ONLY TB/ANNUAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING JANUARY 14, 2021 2 weeks vacation for 1 to 10 years of service 3 weeks vacation for 10 to 20 years of service 4 weeks vacation for 20 or more years of service 12 holidays - can be used on a floating basis – no carry over 5 personal days - can be used as needed - no carry over 10 sick days - can be used for sickness only - maximum carry over of 180 days Town paid medical, dental and vision insurance coverage is available to full time employees – town paid medical, dental and vision insurance is not available to employees that chose the op-out program. (details below) An op-out insurance program is available to full time employees - proof of other health insurance coverage is required – the annual op-out payment is based on the single package contract rate premium for the year. The op-out payment for 2021 is $11,820 Cintas work clothes provided daily to the highway department employees Disability payment to full time employees is $510 / wk Death benefit - payable to the estate of the full time employee is $100,000 Motion to accept Resolution 2021-1 is made by Councilperson Cornwell and 2nd by Councilperson Waterfield. Roll Call vote is taken: Superintendent Garretson-yes, Councilperson Cornwell-yes, Councilperson Johnson-yes and Councilperson Waterfield-yes 4 yes 0 no Public Questions, Comments and concerns…………..2 minute limit per request Andy Minnig extended a Thank You from Artworks for the Town’s donation. 2021-Sculpture Trail and 2022-Kite Fest. Motion to adjourn- Councilperson Cornwell Seconded-Councilperson Johnson There being no further business meeting adjourned at 7:39PM. Next Town Board meeting is FEBRUARY 11, 2021 AT 7:00PM Respectfully submitted, Mary Beth Flint-Town Clerk- Town Board minutes were recorded.