Parking Fines, Landscaper Rules on Hearing Agenda

The Town Board has scheduled the following public hearings for its meeting Monday at 2 p.m.
 
On the hearing agenda are:
The elimination of a payment plan and requiring full payment on parking violations and the cost of vehicle immobilization, requiring full payment of all outstanding penalties, fines or fees owed related to all parking violations, plus immobilization, towing and storage charges, and administrative fees.
 

An amendment that would require hired landscaping and lawn maintenance services to immediately remove yard waste resulting from their work. The requirement would not apply to homeowners who do their own work. The town said the rule would be the result of increased yard waste disposal costs,

Authorizing actions on certain properties designated as blighted.
 
 Authorizing the supervisor to execute license agreements with sports related organizations for the use of Town facilities, to ensure adequate insurance is provided and operational costs are covered.
 
 Amending the traffic code Re: Wedgewood Drive – Dix Hills – Parking Restrictions; adding No Parking restrictions from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM on school days along the northern end of Wedgewood Drive in Dix Hills, from Norman Court to its terminus, on both sides of the street, after receiving a petition from residents requesting the restrictions.
 
 Amending the  town code to delegate the operation and maintenance of the Dix Hills and Crab Meadow Golf Courses and Dix Hills Park to the Department of Park and Recreation at the recommendation of the Golf Advisory Committee.
 
 The first five-year extension of the Land and Tower License Agreement made by and between the Town of Huntington and New Cingular Wireless, PCS, LLC, to extend the term thereof for five (5) additional years, pursuant to the agreement dated December 2014, for the use and occupancy, including the tower and other improvements thereon, located at Wolf Hill Road, Huntington, New York, with New Cingular Wireless, PCS, LLC continuing to pay an annual license fee, which will be increased 5% from the initial term.

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