The village had the same Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) report as the town of Manlius, and it explained the annual storm water activity and water quality, but excluded flooding activity. The Department of Environmental Conservation now has new permits for creating this report, going from to a two-year cycle and being required to be on the website for the calendar year. The board approved this report.
Recreation director Jim Raulli said several non-residents have approached him asking about wanting to send their special needs children to the summer program, but complained it is not affordable. Raulli said he wouldn't be comfortable charging non-residents of the village the same rate as the tax-paying village residents and asked the board for their opinion and advice. The board suggested that possibly corporate and private scholarships for these children might be an option to consider.
The board also set up a special meeting for 6 p.m. Tuesday June 24 to discuss retirement of elected officials because so far, the board feels the policy on retirement has been totally inconsistent. The regularly scheduled board meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on June 24 at the ManliusVillage Centre.