The villages of Fayetteville and Minoa are renewing their contract to share codes enforcement services for 2009. The Minoa Village Board, as lead agent, unanimously authorized the intermunicipal agreement with its neighboring village for $39,000 annually -- up $7,000 from 2008. The increase is based on the amount of time Codes Enforcer Richard Greene spends in each village. Last year, the agreement was split 50/50 but statistics showed that Greene spent more time in Fayetteville.
"The amount was increased [from $32,000] to $39,000 based upon a 60/40 split, with the village of Fayetteville consuming 60 percent of Richard Greene's weekly schedule," said Mayor Dick Donovan according to the Jan. 5 meeting minutes.
The village of Fayetteville will pay Minoa at the end of each quarter in the amount of $9,750.
Court earns grant
Judge Janet Stanley obtained a state aid grant in the amount of $195 from the State of New York Justice Court Assistance Program 2008-2009. The Unified Court System will order and pay for a handheld metal detector and a commercial quality calculator, which will be shipped directly to the Village Justice Court.
Annual Easter Egg Hunt
The annual Easter Egg Hunt for children 10 and under will be held from 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday April 11 at Lewis Park.
The Minoa Village Board will next meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Feb. 17 at the Minoa Municipal Building.