"Mayor, let me make my point!" Hogan repeated several times. A member of the fire department in the audience quietly motioned to Hogan to calm down.
"You're taking it the wrong way, Mark, that's all I can say," Heindorf said.
Seconds after the argument between the two finished, board member Gary Butterfield made a motion to approve the Engine 6 specifics and go ahead with the purchase. Butterfield had met previously with Hogan for a few hours to go over the 100-page manual of Engine 6 specs and approved the committee's work. Heindorf seconded the motion. The whole board approved the proposal, and will set a bid date at a later date.
The next village board meeting is set for 4:30 p.m. July 24.
At its annual meeting Monday July 7, the village made the following appointments:
Deputy Mayor Diane Browning
Deputy Village Clerk -- one year term -- Denise Papa
Historian- Robert Henry
Animal Control Officer -- Earlene (Pat) Foisia
Director of Parks and Recreation -- Teresa Roth
Codes Enforcement Officer -- Philip Drury
DPW Superintendent -- Gary Wilmer
Police Chief -- Thomas Connelly
Signatories -- Village Clerk Nancy Fortin and Treasurer Dianne Kufel
Attorney -- The Wladis Law Firm, PC
Engineer -- James Trasher of Clough, Harbour and Associates
Official Newspapers -- Eagle Newspapers and Post Standard
Depositors -- M&T Bank, Key Bank, JP Morgan Chase, Solvay Bank
Official Insurance Agency -- Ladd's Insurance
Village Auditors -- Koagel & Vincentini, CPA's
Acting Village Justice -- William Bradt
Court Clerk- Cindy Goodman
Board Meeting Dates- Second Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. and Fourth Thursday of each month at 4:30 p.m. at the Community Center, unless otherwise noted
Investment Policy -- same as last year
Planning Commission Members -- 3 years -- Jack Wilbur and Vera Desimone