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Smithtown Town agenda, Dec. 27

SMITHTOWN

PLANNING BOARD

8 p.m. Jan. 6, Senior Citizen Center, 420 Middle Country Rd.

TOWN BOARD

7 p.m. Jan. 5, Senior Citizen Center, 420 Middle Country Rd.

ZONING BOARD

OF APPEALS

7 p.m. Jan. 12, Senior Citizen Center, 420 Middle Country Rd.

VILLAGE OF THE BRANCH TRUSTEES

7:30 p.m. Jan. 12, Village Hall,

40 Rte. 111, Smithtown

ACTIONS

At its Nov. 10 meeting, the town board:

Authorized the Highway Department to rent a D61E dozer from Edward Ehrbar, Inc.

Authorized the receiver of taxes to include a levy on 2009/2010 tax bills for unpaid solid waste fees and/or charges against various property owners as set forth on the annexed schedule, in accordance with General Municipal Law Section 120-cc and the Town Code Section 177-104 subd. D(2), per the recommendation of the comptroller,

town attorney, environmental protection director and solid waste coordinator.

Adopted an agreement with Munistat Services to provide municipal finance advisory services for 2010.

Found that the activity proposed by Suffolk County Department of Public Works in Marine Law Permit Application CBML 2009-2 in Stony Brook Harbor does not violate the provisions of Section 138-14 of the Code of the Town of Smithtown, and approved the application subject to the conditions as recommended in a memorandum dated Oct. 23, by Russell K. Barnett, environmental protection director, and directed the town clerk to issue the requisite permit.

Adopted a list of zoning actions not subject to referral to the Suffolk County Planning Commission pursuant to Sec. 239 of General Municipal Law, and an exception hereto, per the attached resolution text.

Authorized the town clerk to publish notice of proposed locations for community development-funded accessible curb cuts.

Adopted the recission of resolution 2009-750 of the town board meeting held on Sept. 24.

Compiled by Gene Sullivan

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