The board decided to request town planning and zoning board attorney Scott Molnar attend their next meeting to discuss the matter in further detail.
--At the request of supervisor Terri Roney who has a weekly conflict, the board moved to change all its meetings from 7 to 7:30 p.m. for the remainder of the calendar year.
--The board voted to allow to allow town constable Tom Adessa to carry a weapon again. He had lost that permission temporarily due to a mix up with the county, Roney said.
--The board voted to install recycle bins in Austin Park at the request of village trustee Jim Lanning. Davey’s Forest Service will empty the bins at no cost to the town.
--The board voted to accept a bid from MXI for a town hazardous waste disposal event costing an estimated $6,650. The town has not held such an event since 2008 and had budgeted money for it to be held last year, which was carried over into this year’s budget.
At the event, whose date is yet to be determined, residents can bring materials such as old light bulbs, batteries, pesticides and other products containing hazardous chemicals to the town transfer station to be safely disposed of.
Joe Genco is the editor of the Skaneateles Press. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.