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April 11, 2022 Work Session

Mayor James M. Jaroszynski
Trustee Timothy Dunn
Trustee Alan Gustafson, Jr.
Trustee Anthony Cavallaro
Trustee Annette Miller

Carl Caprino, Superintendent
Lawrence Trask, Village Treasurer
Anna L. Fales, Village Clerk

The work session meeting of the Village of Falconer Mayor and Board of Trustees was held on Monday, April 11, 2022 at 6:15 P.M. in the Firemen’s Exempt Hall with Mayor James Jaroszynski presiding.

A follow-up discussion was held regarding village snow removal practices.  Mayor Jaroszynski recapped the meeting he held with the four business owners who attended the snow removal meeting.  It was noted that Phil’s Auto Plaza has had a long running mutual agreement with the village DPW regarding their snow removal.  Trustee Dunn suggested that it might be good practice to formalize such agreements for future administrations. It was agreed that the village will contact businesses regarding business district snow removal again in late September or early October.

Mayor Jaroszynski opened the floor for any final questions or concerns before the budget hearing. 

Trustee Miller noted that she appreciated Treasurer Trask’s side notes on the budget.  She found them very helpful as a new board member when going through the budget process for the first time.  Treasurer Trask noted that if the gasoline sales tax is dropped by the state and/or county, it could negatively impact the budgeted sales tax revenue.  However, the Village took a conservative approach with the FY 22/23 sales tax revenue in anticipation of any unexpected dip in sales tax.  Trustee Cavallaro questioned CHIPs funding.  Mr. Trask noted that CHIP’s is an in and out line item and has no effect on the bottom line.  The line item will be modified to match the state allocation.

A motion was made by Trustee Cavallaro, seconded by Trustee Dunn to adjourn the work session at 6:57 pm.  Ayes:  All, Nays: None.  Carried.

Respectfully submitted,
Anna L. Fales