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Board of Trustees Member

Phone: (914) ***-****  HQ Phone
Village of Pelham
195 Sparks Avenue
Pelham, New York 10803
United States

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Village Board, 10 Mar 2014 [cached]
Susan Mutti, 54 Highbrook Avenue, requested that a "No Right on Red" sign be placed on Wolf's Lane where it intersects with the on/off ramp for the Hutchinson River Parkway. In addition she requested that a "walk" light, similar to those at four corners be installed there as well as on Colonial Avenue and Wolf's Lane (near the library). She then questioned what was being done in regards to a traffic survey on Sanford Boulevard. Discussion ensued with Mayor Clain stating that the Joint Governing Boards were going to meet on Thursday and he would discuss it with them then.
Trustee Mutti reported that the Police Department is updating its rules and regulations. He asked if the Mayor and the Board would like him to report back with all of the changes or just the major changes. Mayor Clain stated that he just needed to report the major changes and not changes like "revolver" vs. "handgun".
Trustees Hotchkiss, Merrick and Mutti praised Susan Newman for all of her hard work.
After further discussion Trustee Merrick made the following motion, which was seconded by Trustee Mutti:
Trustee Mutti made a motion to continue this hearing, which was seconded by Trustee Cassidy and unanimously carried.
Said motion was made by Trustee Homan, seconded by Trustee Mutti and unanimously carried. The meeting was adjourned at 10:45 p.m.
Boards, 10 Mar 2014 [cached]
Susan Mutti Trustee
Village Board, 10 Mar 2014 [cached]
Trustee Mutti stated that this would be his last meeting as a Trustee. He thanked the Village staff and all of the residents who supported him over the last few years.
Trustee Cassidy stated that he believes the issues that are facing Pelham now are many of the same issues that faced Pelham 30 years ago. He learned a lot about people and he is very proud of Pelham.
Jennifer Lapey, Pelham Manor Road, stated that Trustee Mutti and Trustee Cassidy are two critical thinkers and they will be missed.
Mayor Clain asked that Trustee's Cassidy and Mutti attend the budget work sessions so the Village can benefit from their knowledge.
Susan Mutti, Highbrook Avenue, stated that she was under the assumption that the public would be able to speak tonight. She also stated that she believed it was unfair that the public would have no time to review the report.
Trustee Homan made the following motion, which was seconded by Trustee Mutti and unanimously carried:
Village Board, 10 Mar 2014 [cached]
Administrator Slingerland deferred to Trustee Mutti regarding the hiring of Police Officers. Trustee Mutti stated that they had interviewed candidates and three individuals were offered the positions. They were waiting to hear back from the candidates. Two of the officers do not have to go to the academy. One recruit would be hired to replace a retiring Police Officer in 2004. Trustee Mutti stated that the CPOP program has not been in force because the Police Department has been down two Police Officers.
Administrator Slingerland gave an update on the RFP for the flooding and sewer issues. He stated that he met with six (6) engineering firms and has done a field tour with two (2) of those firms.
Susan Mutti, 62 Highbrook Avenue, stated that the Pedestrian Crosswalk markers have not been installed and the School Crossing Guards are struggling with the traffic and the safety of the children. Administrator Slingerland stated that he would speak to the Street Foreman and ask him to install them immediately.
Mrs. Mutti also stated that she believes that it is bad timing to discuss the Colonial Avenue/Sandford Boulevard pedestrian safety and traffic issues tonight because of the holiday season.
After discussion, Trustee Hotchkiss made the following motion, which was seconded by Trustee Mutti and unanimously carried:
Trustee Hotchkiss made the following motion, which was seconded by Trustee Mutti and carried unanimously:
Trustee Mutti made the following motion, which was seconded by Trustee Rozycki and unanimously carried.
Said motion was made by Trustee Mutti, seconded by Trustee Merrick and unanimously carried. The meeting was adjourned at 10:00 p.m.
Village Board, 10 Mar 2014 [cached]
Susan Mutti, Highbrook Avenue, appeared before the Board to request approval to gather citizens on Colonial Avenue (in front of the library) on Monday, June 24th from 12:00 - 1:00 pm to protest the amount of traffic that will be generated from the Sanford Boulevard Development.
The following motion was made by Trustee Cassidy and seconded by Trustee Mutti:
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