BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: John McMichael
Russ Shultis, Chairman
ALSO PRESENT: Miles Putman, Shuster Associates, Planning Board
At 7:05 pm, Chairman Russ Shultis called the meeting of the Town of Esopus Planning Board to order beginning with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Russ then advised the public of the building’s fire exits, and roll call was taken. Brief introductions to the new Planning Board member, Chuck Snyder, were made prior to the meeting commencing. Mr. Snyder replaces Kathy Weitze on the Board.
Chairman Russ Shultis noted the following spelling corrections to the Dec. 9, 2004 Planning Board meeting minutes:
· on page 2, last paragraph: leech should be leach and
irritated should be reiterated.
· on page 8, next to last sentence under the Library motion: from should be front.
ROXANNE PECORA THEN MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY LINDA SMYTHE, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD APPROVE THE DECEMBER 9, 2004 PLANNING BOARD MEETING MINUTES AS AMENDED. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH CARRIED BY A 7-0 VOTE.
A MOTION WAS MADE BY ROXANNE PECORA AND SECONDED BY FRED ZIMMER TO ACCEPT ALL VOUCHERS SUBMITTED AND READ. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH PASSED BY A 7-0 VOTE.
The vouchers submitted and read were as follows:
Kristy L. Nelson.................(12/04/05 - 01/21/05)..............................................
Daily Freeman....................(Vining).................................................................. $ 13.58
Daily Freeman....................(Samton Escrow Acct.)......................................... $ 13.11
Chazen Engineering...........(North/Heissenbuttel Escrow Acct.).................... $ 237.38
PUBLIC HEARING & OLD BUSINESS
VINING - (2004-34) - 30 Carney Road, Rifton-Union Center, NY
Minor 2 Lot Subdivision
Tax SBL #63.003-7-26
The applicants’ son, Dave Vining, was present at this meeting. This proposal is for a two lot minor subdivision of a sloping 4.8 acre residential lot. LINDA SMYTHE MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY ROXANNE PECORA, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING FOR DOUGLAS & BONNIE VINING, PLANNING BOARD CASE #2004-34. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH CARRIED BY A 7-0 VOTE. Chairman Shultis called for public input. There was none. LINDA SMYTHE THEN MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY DENNIS SURACI, TO CLOSE THE VINING PUBLIC HEARING. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED BY A 7-0 VOTE.
Next, Chairman Shultis called for Board comments or questions. John McMichael asked the applicant where he stood regarding Board of Health approval. Dave Vining noted that the septic design was drawn up by Brinnier & Larios and submitted to the Health Dept. Discussion was had regarding labeling the distance between the processed well and septic. Fred Zimmer also questioned the placement of the neighbors’ well and septic. It was agreed to go with what was shown on the current map and defer the well and septic approval to the Board of Health. Russ Shultis requested that the applicant add the bearing and distance missing for Carney Road. He also noted that there was a distance and a radius shown for the line along the front of the property that borders Carney Road and he assumed the distance was the arc length. Russ requested Mr. Vining’s engineer label the arc length. ROXANNE PECORA MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY JOHN MCMICHAEL, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD MAKE A DETERMINATION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE PURSUANT TO SEQR AND GRANT CONDITIONAL FINAL PLAT APPROVAL PROVIDED THAT THE REVISIONS TO THE PLAT SHOW THE ARC LENGTH LABELED AS WELL AS THE BEARING AND DISTANCE MISSING FOR CARNEY ROAD AND THE APPROVAL BE PURSUANT TO ULSTER COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH APPROVAL FOR THE WELL AND SEPTIC. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH CARRIED BY A 7-0 VOTE. Dave Vining was advised that once the conditions of approval have been satisfied, the Planning Board would need, at least, 6 paper copies and one mylar signed by the property owner(s). It was also suggested that on the revised maps the “Preliminary Plat” labeling be taken off and “Final Plat” added.
SAMTON - (2004-019) - 60 Suominens Lane, Rifton, NY
Minor 4 Lot Subdivision
Applicant Claude Samton was present at this meeting. He is proposing a 4 lot subdivision of a large residential parcel situated on a dead-end Town Highway. Three lots will consist of vacant land. Two flag lots are proposed and waivers were granted to the two flag lots standards of 123-21.D(5) and (6). Sketch Plan approval was conditionally granted in August. Chairman Shultis asked for Board member comments regarding this application. Linda Smythe noted that she visited the property on a day it was snowing and saw no problem with Suominens Lane as discussed by the neighbors at the public hearing. Roxanne Pecora asked about the referrals (Fire Dept., Ambulance and Highway Dept.) as requested last month. A memo dated 12/27/04 from the Rifton Fire Chief was received by the Planning Board. A copy of the same is on file. Regarding the ambulance company’s input, Chairman Shultis noted that Mike Lange called him wondering why the Planning Board keeps sending him out to look at these things. Mr. Lange told Russ that if a fire truck could get to the property, then there was no reason for the ambulance squad to go out and look at the property. Chairman Shultis suggested to the Board that, from now on, as long as the Board gets approval from the Fire Dept., it can say that the ambulance squad will not have a problem. Highway Superintendent Al Larkin also called Chairman Shultis and told him that regarding the traffic impact, he really did not have the capacity to comment. He did note, however, that he did approve the accesses to the site. Dennis Suraci had a concern regarding the distance between the well and septic for Lot 4. Maps were reviewed and discussion had. It was requested that Mr. Samton revise his maps to either change the note regarding the same or separate the well from the septic by 200’. Russ Shultis noted that this application, if approved, would be subject to a recreation fee; $400.00. There was some question about the Town Board recently changing the recreation fee amount. The Planning Board agreed that the $100.00 per lot fee would be used for this proposal, and Chairman Shultis would check with the Town Board regarding the status of any change in the same. JOHN MCMICHAEL MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY DENNIS SURACI, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD DECLARE A NEGATIVE SEQR IN THE CASE OF SAMTON, CASE 2004-19, AS WELL AS GRANT CONDITIONAL FINAL PLAT APPROVAL WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
· THE WELL BE MOVED 100’ ABOVE THE SEPTIC AREA FOR LOT 4, AND
· A REC FEE OF $400 ($100 PER LOT) BE PAID. (Town of Esopus Code 76.2E.e.)
ALL MEMBERS PRESENT, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF FRED ZIMMER WHO VOTED NO,
WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED BY A 6-1 VOTE.
The applicant was advised that once the conditions of approval have been
satisfied, the Planning Board would need, at least, 6 paper copies and
one mylar signed by the property owner(s).
SCHROETER - (2004-30) - 50/51 Carney Road, Rifton/Union Center (Ulster
Minor 3 Lot Subdivision
The applicants are proposing the division of a 45+ acre vacant tract split by a town highway. Three lots of close to 5, 6 and 33 acres are proposed, plus a street parcel of just over 1 3/4 acres for an existing “user defined” town road. Mary Parker represented the applicants at this meeting. At this time in the meeting, Chazen Engineering’s review dated January 20, 2005 was discussed. It was the Planning Board’s feeling that item 1. of the review was a non-issue, however, all other items of the review must be met. Chairman Shultis noted that he had heard nothing from the Town Board regarding the road conveyance. Russ will check with the Town’s Supervisor regarding this matter. It was noted that if the Town Board does not want the conveyance, the applicants’ maps would have to be amended to change the conveyance to a road reservation area in accordance to Section 107-25B of the Town Code. ROXANNE PECORA MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY LINDA SMYTHE, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD APPROVE THE SCHROETER APPLICATION 2004-30 AND FIND A DETERMINE FOR SEQR, NON-SIGNIFICANCE, AND THAT THE CONDITIONS THAT WERE IN THE CHAZEN ENGINEERING RESPONSE OF JAN. 20, 2005 FOR ITEMS 2 - 6 BE MET AND APPROVAL IS SUBJECT TO THE TOWN ACCEPTING THE STREET PARCEL AS SHOWN. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH CARRIED BY A 7-0 VOTE.
NORTH/HEISSENBUTTEL - (2004-27) - 286/287 Soper Road, West Esopus, NY
Minor 3 Lot Subdivision
This proposal is for a minor 3 lot subdivision of a vacant parcel on the slopes of Schaupeneak Mountain. The site is traversed by a Town Highway. Mr. & Mrs. Heissenbuttel and Mr. North were present at this meeting. Maps were reviewed as well as Chazen’s Engineering Review of 1/20/05. Fred Zimmer felt more lines were needed for the contours on Lot 2B. RUSS SHULTIS MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY LINDA SMYTHE, THAT FINDING A NEG DEC PURSUANT TO SEQR, THE PLANNING BOARD GRANT CONDITIONAL FINAL PLAT APPROVAL WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
· THE DISTURBANCE AREAS, AS NOTED IN CHAZEN ENGINEERING’S LETTER
OF JAN. 20, 2005, BE ADDRESSED.
· THE MAPS ARE TO BE AMENDED TO CORRECT THE CONTOUR CONFLICT AROUND THE HOUSE FOR LOT 2B.
ALL MEMBERS PRESENT WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH CARRIED BY A 7-0 VOTE.
The applicants were advised that once the conditions of approval have been satisfied, the Planning Board would need, at least, 6 paper copies and one mylar signed by the property owner(s).
DYNO-NOBEL, INC. - (2004-26) - 161 Ulster Avenue @ Hercules Drive, Ulster
Site Plan Amendment - Magazine Storage
Gene Muscari & Theresa Bakner were the representatives at the meeting
for Dyno-Nobel. Safety Officer Greg Doyle and Plant Manager Margie
Seeger were also present. The applicant proposes to add on-site portable
storage magazines. At this time, Russ Shultis recused himself from
the Board for this application since he is an adjacent property owner.
Roxanne Pecora took over as acting chairman of the Planning Board for this
application. The Planning Board’s letter of Sept. 17, 2004 to the
applicant was reviewed. Next, Miles Putman of Shuster Associates
gave his application review for this case. A copy of the same is
on file and a copy was given to Mr. Muscari. Roxanne Pecora then
commented that she did e-mail, more than once, the assistant director for
New York State’s Homeland Security and never got a reply. Dennis
Suraci asked how high the berm would be and what kind of material it would
be made of. Gene Muscari stated that according to federal specifications
it would be approximately 45’ x 12’ and, at least, 3’ at the base and made
of dirt. Fred Zimmer felt the site disturbance would not be much
of anything. However, he suggested the applicant provide on the site
plan a cross section of the berm as well as the parking lot. Theresa
Bakner commented that magazines were historically used at this site in
exactly this way and the only difference was that a number of years ago
someone moved them off the site to another location and they are now moving
them back. The magazines are totally portable and they go around
as it meets distribution needs. Dennis Suraci suggested that since
all the pertinent information is listed in the packet, it be referenced
on the site plan by way of a note. At this time, Ms. Bakner requested
that given the fact that this is an existing facility that has been here
a long time, they not be required to have a public hearing if it is not
strictly required by the law and, in addition, the Planning Board keep
one plan here when this is all over in a secure location. It was
noted that according to the current Town Policy, the Building Dept. would
also have a copy of any signed site plan. Documentation security
was discussed. The applicant’s representatives were informed that
any waiver request would have to be put in writing. John McMichael
reminded the Planning Board that at their workshop meeting regarding Dyno-Nobel,
the Board’s attorney, Peter Graham, advised them not to waive the public
hearing for this application. LINDA SMYTHE THEN MADE A MOTION, SECONDED
BY DENNIS SURACI, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD SCHEDULE THIS APPLICATION FOR
A PUBLIC HEARING ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2005, AT 7:10 PM AND REFER THE
SAME TO THE ULSTER COUNTY PLANNING BOARD AND THE PORT EWEN FIRE DEPT. FOR
THEIR COMMENTS. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF JOHN MCMICHAEL
WHO VOTED NO, WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH CARRIED BY A 5-1 VOTE.
The applicant will hand carry the required referral to the Ulster County
Planning Board and will also contact the Fire Marshall or Fire Dept. for
his/their comments to this proposal in writing. Roxanne Pecora asked
about entries/exits on the site since the map only showed one. Greg
Doyle stated there are actually three (3), two of which are emergency exits.
It was suggested that the applicant show the other 2 gates on the map and
note where they lead to. It was also requested that a Planning Board
signature block be added to sheet 2 of 2 of Dyno’s submission. As
discussed previous in this meeting, a cross-section of the berm and parking
area were also requested. After some discussion about the parking
area, it was suggested that it be relabeled as a truck area. At this
time, Roxanne Pecora reminded the applicant’s reps of the cutoff date for
the 10th, and requested that the revised map be submitted by that date. It was noted that if any Planning Board member wished to visit the site, they should contact Margie Seeger at 845-334-3204. At this time in the meeting, 9:00 pm, Russ Shultis returned as Chairman of the Planning Board.
DOWNEY - (2004-33) - 115 Schultz Lane/380 New Salem Road, May Park,
Minor 2 Lot Subdivision
The applicants are proposing to split a 13+ acre residential corner lot into two parcels, one of which will be vacant. The site will be split into two almost-equal area parcels, each over 6 acres. The vacant lot, Lot 2 will have frontage on Schultz Lane. The remainder, Lot 1, with 6.7 acres, will encompass all of the buildings and improvements in the northerly half of the site, along with two remaining frontage strips. Chris Zell of Brinnier and Larios represented the applicants at this meeting. Miles Putman of Shuster Associates gave his application review. A copy of the same is on file and a copy was given to Mr. Zell. Mr. Zell submitted to the Board a copy of the driveway permit from Highway Superintendent Al Larkin approved on 12/28/04. Chairman Shultis called for Board comments. John McMichael felt the silt fence locations should be shown on the plat and questioned the note on the plat stating that Lot 2 is subject to approval by the Ulster County Health Dept. John felt the Board should have Health Dept. approval first before it approves the subdivision so it shows the lot is buildable. Discussion was had. It was noted that the Board has requested such a note regarding the well and septic on previous subdivision maps. Russ Shultis requested that Chris Zell add notation labeling the proposed new lot line. A question about the deed referenced in the applicant’s application was noted. It was explained by Mr. Zell that this was the deed of record with exceptions out if it, and this is the residual. RUSS SHULTIS THEN MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY LINDA SMYTHE, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING FOR THIS APPLICATION FOR THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2005, AT 7:20 PM PROVIDED THAT THE NECESSARY AMENDMENTS (PROPOSED LOT LINE LABELED AND SILT FENCE LOCATIONS) ARE MADE TO THE MAP AND SUBMITTED BY THE DEADLINE. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH CARRIED BY A 7-0 VOTE.
LERNER - (2003-16) - 137 Martin Sweedish Road, West Esopus, NY
Minor 2 Lot Subdivision
The applicants are proposing to set the existing dwelling aside on a
smaller 20+ acre lot and create a vacant remainder lot. Chris Zell
of Brinnier and Larios represented the applicants at this meeting.
Miles Putman of Shuster Associates gave his application review. A
copy of the same is on file and a copy was given to Mr. Zell. Chris
Zell explained that he met with the DEC on the site and it was their suggestion
that rather then try to apply for a disturbance of the wetlands to construct
a road to the rear of the uplands, they would rather see them, especially
since there are no plans to build on this property, show a proposed cottage
type two bedroom structure with septic, reserve, and well upfront so as
to not impact the wetlands at all. Chris further explained that with
the layout they are proposing, they feel they can get the septic system
just outside the 100’ buffer, however, a corner of the house would infringe
on the 100’ buffer. He noted that they have applied to the DEC for
a permit for this disturbance of the wetlands. Maps were reviewed.
Chris Zell requested the Planning Board schedule a public hearing for this
application. It was the Board’s feeling that what was in front of
them was not sufficient for a public hearing. Chuck Snyder wondered
what the purpose of this subdivision was. Mr. Zell explained that
the owners would like to sell the existing house and 20 acres; they have
a potential buyer. John McMichael requested that the front and side
setbacks be shown for Lot 2 as well as the buffer area. It was also
requested that the plats be revised to designate a “road reservation area”
along the site’s frontage on Martin Sweedish Road, set 25’ off the pavement
centerline in accordance with Section 123-21C2a of the Town’s code.
An approved access point for Lot 2 should also be added onto the map.
Fred Zimmer requested contours be put on the maps. It was suggested
the appllicants pursue this proposal further with the DEC and the Health Dept. ROXANNE PECORA THEN MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY DENNIS SURACI, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD GRANT SKETCH PLAN APPROVAL FOR THIS APPLICATION.
JOHN MCMICHAEL..............NO LINDA SMYTHE.................NO
ROXANNE PECORA.............YES CHUCK SNYDER................ABSTAINED
RUSS SHULTIS........................NO DENNIS SURACI................YES
WITH A VOTE OF 3-3-1, THE MOTION NEITHER PASSED NOR FAILED. Sketch plan approval was not granted.
HARE - (2005-01) - 130 Carney Road; 1626-28 Route 213, Rifton, NY
Lot Line Adjustment
SBL #63.003-3-4.11 & 4.21
The applicants are proposing an amendment to a previously filed subdivision plat that will reconfigure two abutting parcels under the same ownership. Rob & Iza Hare were present at this meeting. Miles Putman of Shuster Associates gave his application review. A copy of the same is on file and a copy was given to the applicants. Maps were reviewed. Easements, covenants, deed restrictions, and building site delineations were discussed. Chairman Shultis noted that the Planning Board was in receipt of a letter dated November 12, 2004 from the State DOT regarding the driveway access as well as a letter from the Hares dated 1/12/05 requesting a waiver of the requirement for a public hearing. Copies of the same are on file. Chairman Shultis asked the Board members if they were comfortable pursuing this application as a lot line adjustment. All members said yes. RUSS SHULTIS THEN MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY DENNIS SURACI , THAT THE PLANNING BOARD WAIVE THE PUBLIC HEARING ON THIS APPLICATION. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CHUCK SNYDER WHO ABSTAINED, VOTED IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED BY A 6-0-1 VOTE. NEXT, RUSS SHULTIS MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY ROXANNE PECORA, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD DECLARE A NEG DEC IN ACCORDANCE WITH SEQR AND GRANT FINAL APPROVAL FOR THIS LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CHUCK SNYDER WHO ABSTAINED, VOTED IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH CARRIED BY 6-0-1.
MAGNIFICO - (2005-02) - 227-231 Hardenburgh Rd. @ Willow Ct., Rifton,
Minor 3 Lot Re-Subdivision
SBL #71.001-3-24.2 & 51
This proposal is to re-subdivide a 2.7 acre residential lot and an abutting 1/2 acre vacant lot, to create three conforming building lots. Nick, a representative of Medenbach & Eggers, PC, represented the applicant at this meeting. Miles Putman of Shuster Associates, the Planning Board’s consultant, gave his application review for this application. A copy of the same is on file and a copy was given to the applicant’s rep. Maps were reviewed. Planning Board members requested the following revisions be made to the map:
· contours be added,
· the wells and septics for adjoining properties, including across the street, be shown,
· proposed lot lines be labeled for clarity,
· a 25’ road dedication or a 25’ road reservation area, in accordance with Section 107-25B of the subdivision regulations, be added to the map (note that if road dedication, lots may need to be adjusted to met the bulk regs),
· existing driveway for Lot 1 be shown,
· correct, on Lot 3, the utility pole located in the septic area,
· clarify the spur at the southern end of Lot 3
· show the area of site disturbance for each lot, and have it broken down per lot in a legend or notation block,
· verify the spelling of Hardenburg Road, and
· show septic reserve areas
Nick noted that they already have health dept. approval for the proposed well and septics. Chairman Shultis requested copies of the same. In addition, Nick was told that driveway cut permits would be required from the Town’s Highway Superintendent and copies of the same submitted in writing. A letter of authorization from all property owners, as listed on the deed and tax record, was also requested. FRED ZIMMER MADE A MOTION, SECONDED BY DENNIS SURACI, THAT THE PLANNING BOARD GRANT SKETCH PLAN APPROVAL TO THE PRELIMINARY PLAT FOR MAGNIFICO. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CHUCK SNYDER WHO ABSTAINED, WERE IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WHICH CARRIED BY A 6-0-1 VOTE.
Presubmission - DiMuccio
Jack DiMuccio explained that he would like to do a 2 lot subdivision with a lot line adjustment for his property off of Main St. /Route 213 in St. Remy. Maps were reviewed. Access and driveway grades were discussed. Flag lots were also looked at, and it was Miles Putman’s opinion that this proposal could be pursued like a flag lot situation. Fred Zimmer felt it was difficult to respond to this proposal without seeing contours and elevations, but he did not have a concern with the 70’ frontage. The other board members agreed.
Presubmission - Rizzo
Mr. & Mrs. Rizzo and their son presented their proposal to subdivide 18 acres on Union Center Road into 2 lots. They would like to separate a 10 acre parcel from the existing house and access it through a right-of-way. Chairman Shultis noted that the Ulster County Dept. of Highways and Bridges would like to limit the access point to one regarding this proposal. Maps were reviewed. It was noted that what was being proposed created a landlocked parcel and if the Rizzos wished to proceed with this proposal a variance would be required. Flag lots were discussed. It was suggested to the Rizzos that they proceed with a flag lot proposal.
ZBA Referrals - None
A list of monthly correspondence received by the Planning Board was given to each Board member.
Chairman Shultis noted that a Scenic Hudson rep called him regarding the Planning Board’s conditional approval of their camp on River Road. One of the conditions was to include a copy of the right-of-way from Patcharos on the title page along with notation that states this in no way affects the right-of-way. Scenic Hudson has called Patcharos on a number of occasions to get a copy of the survey map to plot the right-of-way and has yet to receive a response from him. Russ’ question to the Board was, do they want to amend the condition to just have wording to the effect that this proposal doesn’t affect the right-of-way in liber such and such. Roxanne Pecora stated that the Planning Board could not amend something that was already approved. Russ then asked if the Board would feel comfortable if it just accepted the maps with the wording on it. Roxanne Pecora felt this was a condition of approval and it could not be altered. It was suggested Scenic Hudson do some research and pull the deed regarding the right-of-way. Russ Shultis did not know if the survey map was filed. Fred Zimmer stated that if it had a liber and page on it, then it was filed. Chairman Shultis will contact Scenic Hudson regarding tonight’s discussion.
Each Board member was given a copy of an application checklist prepared by Dennis Suraci for review and comments at next month’s meeting.
Per Chazen Engineering’s letter of 1/2/105, the Planning Board is in need of another consulting engineer. A number of engineers’ names were discussed. Planning Board procedures regarding engineering reviews for applications were discussed. It was agreed to continue with the current procedures used. All Board members will check into various engineering firms and then the Board will try to hold a workshop meeting to discuss the same.
WITH NO OTHER BUSINESS PENDING, LINDA SMYTHE MADE A MOTION, SECONDED
BY ROXANNE PECORA, TO CLOSE THE MEETING. ALL MEMBERS PRESENT WERE
IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION. MEETING ADJOURNED.
Kristy L. Nelson