Town Board Agenda Includes Park Improvements, New CDA Director

The Huntington Town Board will convene Tuesday to take up an 88-item agenda.

The board will appoint a deputy director for the Department of General Services and name a successor to Leah M. Jefferson as Community Development Agency director.

Numerous resolutions involve additions to parks and recreation facilities or renaming them, including a vote on whether to rename the Dix Hills Ice Rink as Clark Gillies Ice Rink, in honor of the late New York Islanders star. The Hall of Famer, a Greenlawn resident, died in January.

The board will also vote on accepting the donation and installation of improvements at Kew Avenue Park by Assemblyman Keith Brown and the Brown Family and rename it in memory of the assemblyman’s father, the late State Supreme Court Justice Harry Richard Brown.

Also in the agenda is a vote on whether to authorize a $1.2 million bond for improvements at Alfred J. Walker Memorial Park on West 11th Street.

Among the other park and recreation items are a contract with the Huntington YMCA for the use of the Dix Hills Park Pool, a baseball clinic at Manor Field Park,  an agreement with Camp W Inc. to provide swimming lessons to campers at the Dix Hills Pool, and authorizing the expenditure of funds  from the Environmental Open Space and Park Improvement Fund for recommended improvements (Firemen’s Memorial Park, Billy Joel Park, and Veterans Fishing Station & Marina).

The agenda is subject to change.

 

AGENDA FOR TOWN BOARD MEETING DATED MARCH 15, 2022
 

 

1. BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ HEARING  Consider the granting of a variance and the issuance of a Special Use Permit pursuant to the Marine Conservation Law, Town Code Chapter 137,  for the construction of a residential fixed pier and floating dock assembly. Applicant: Marc Allen Location: 399 Asharoken Avenue, Northport, NY SCTM #: 0401-004.00-02.00-073.000 (2022-BT-1-Ch. 137) Scheduled as per Resolution 2022-BT-1 at 2-1-2022 Town Board Meeting

 

2. BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ HEARINGS Consider the execution of a license agreement pursuant to the  Marine Conservation Law, Town Code Chapter 137, for the construction of a residential fixed pier and floating dock assembly. Applicant: Marc Allen Location: 399 Asharoken Avenue, Northport, NY SCTM #: 0401-004.00-02.00-073.000 (2022-BT-2-Ch. 137) Scheduled as per Resolution 2022-BT-2 at 2-1-2022 Town Board Meeting

 

3. 2022-65. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute an agreement with the Suffolk County Police Athletic League, Inc. (PAL) for the provision of a soccer program at the Town of Huntington Manor Field Park from April 6, 2022 through June 15, 2022 co-sponsored by the Suffolk County Police Athletic League, the Suffolk County Police Department’s Second Precinct, Councilman Eugene Cook and the Huntington Town Board. _EC_      ____      ____

 

4. 2022-66. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute an agreement with Shreduction for the provision of paper shredding services at the 2022 Huntington Earth Day Event on Saturday, April 23, 2022. SF, JC    ____      ____

 

5. 2022-67. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute an agreement with Valor Sports LLC for the provision of a baseball clinic at Manor Field Park on June 4, 2022 and further authorizing Councilman Salvatore Ferro and the Town of Huntington to co-sponsor such clinic. SF__      ____      ____

 

6. 2022-68. RENAME Dix Hills Ice Rink as Clark Gillies Ice Rink at Dix Hills. SF, JC      ____      ____

 

7. 2022-69. ENACTMENT: ADOPT Local Law Introductory No. 1-2022 amending the Code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 141 (Noise). _JC_      ____      ____

 

8. 2022-70. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a contract for the North Parking Garage Repairs and Waterproofing located at the Long Island Railroad Huntington Train Station, Huntington Station, New York with the successful responsive, responsible proposer Desman, Inc. ____      ____      ____

 

9. 2022-71. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a contract for professional engineering services for Huntington Area Rapid Transit (HART) fuel pump and tank installation with the successful responsive, responsible proposer N&P Engineering, Architecture and Land Surveying, PLLC. ____      ____      ____

 

10. 2022-72. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a contract with the Huntington YMCA for the use of the Dix Hills Park Pool. ____      ____      ____

 

11. 2022-73.  AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a contract for mobile payment/pay-by-cell services for municipal parking with Passport Labs, Inc.    ____      ____      ____

 

12. 2022-74. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a contract with Tectonic Engineering Consultants, Geologists & Land Surveyors, D.P.C., P.C. for professional surveying services for the Cold Spring Harbor shorefront.        ____      ____      ____

 

13. 2022-75. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute contracts for engineering and surveying firms added to the previously approved professional engineering list for the Town of Huntington in conformance with Town Board resolution 2021-418. ____      ____      ____

 

14. 2022-76. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a contract for the provision of professional ice-skating instruction at the Dix Hills Park Ice Rink facility. ____      ____      ____

 

15. 2022-77. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a contract for the processing and recycling of latex and oil based paint with PaintCare Inc. ____      ____      ____

 

16. 2022-78. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute the first extension to the requirements contract for lawn and landscape maintenance for the Town of Huntington Highway Department with Greenway Property Services Inc. ____      ____      ____

 

17. 2022-79. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a final extension to the requirements contract for summer food services for Project P.L.A.Y. and St. John’s camp with Lessing’s Food Service Management. ____      ____      ____

 

18. 2022-80. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a license agreement with the Art League of Long Island, Inc. for the use of Heckscher Park for its annual Art in the Park Fine Arts and Crafts Show June 3, 2022 through June 6, 2022. ____      ____      ____

 

19. 2022-81. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a license agreement with the Centerport Fire Department for the use of the Centerport Beach facilities in conjunction with the Centerport Fire Department Eagle Truck Company Annual Custom Car and Cycle Show event on Sunday, May 1, 2022. ____      ____      ____

 

20. 2022-82. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute the first extension to the license agreement for the lease of private locker room space at Dix Hills Park Ice Rink with Long Island Rebels, nunc pro tunc. ____      ____      ____

 

21. 2022-83. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute an agreement with Camp W Inc. to provide swimming lessons to campers at the Dix Hills Pool. ____      ____      ____

 

22. 2022-84. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to enter into an intermunicipal agreement with Suffolk County to provide capital funding to increase sewer capacity at the Huntington Sewage Treatment Plant. ____      ____      ____

 

23. 2022-85. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to enter into a use and maintenance agreement with St. Anthony’s high school with regard to St. Anthony’s softball field and student center, nunc pro tunc. ____      ____      ____

 

24. 2022-86. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute an agreement with MacKenzie Automatic Doors, Inc.  for maintenance and repair of automatic doors. ____      ____      ____

 

25. 2022-87. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute an agreement with the Suffolk County Department of Health Services for a revision of the 2022 Suffolk County budget for the provision of Drug Treatment and Prevention Serv¬ices and Alternatives for Youth Services through the Town’s Youth Bureau, nunc pro tunc. ____      ____      ____

 

26. 2022-88. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute an agreement with Dietz Golf Corp. for the use of the Town of Huntington Dix Hills Golf Course Facilities to conduct Dix Hills Hills Junior Golf Clinics. ____      ____      ____

 

27. 2022-89. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to apply for and receive financial assistance from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation for the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) State Assistance Program, nunc pro tunc. ____      ____      ____

 

28. 2022-90. AUTHORIZE the Town Attorney, in cooperation with Counsel to the Town of Huntington’s Board of Ethics, to provide ethics training to all Town officials and employees as required by Chapter 29 of the Code of the Town of Huntington. ____      ____      ____

 

29. 2022-91. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to amend the 2022 Operating Budget for the Town of Huntington and its special districts – various departments. ____      ____      ____

 

30. 2022-92. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to appropriate monies from the Environmental Open Space and Park Improvement Fund for recommended improvements (Firemen’s Memorial Park, Billy Joel Park, and Veterans Fishing Station & Marina). ____      ____      ____

 

31. 2022-93. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to appropriate monies from the Environmental Open Space and Park Improvement Fund for recommended improvements (Halesite Park and Grace Stroll Garden). ____      ____      ____

 

32. 2022-94. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to amend the 2022 Operating and Capital Budget for the Town of Huntington and its special districts – Dix Hills Water District. ____      ____      ____

 

33. 2022-95. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to amend the 2022 Operating & Capital Budget for the Town of Huntington and its special districts – Engineering Services. ____      ____      ____

 

34. 2022-96. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to amend the 2022 Operating & Capital Budget for the Town of Huntington and its special districts – Engineering Services. ____      ____      ____

 

35. 2022-97. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to amend the 2022 Operating and Capital Budget for the Town of Huntington and its special districts – Department of Environmental Waste Management. ____      ____      ____

 

36. 2022-98. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to amend the 2022 Operating and Capital Budget for the Town of Huntington and its special districts- Information Technology Department. ____      ____      ____

 

37. 2022-99. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to amend the 2022 Operating Budget for the Town of Huntington and its special districts – Public Safety. ____      ____      ____

 

38. 2022-100. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to amend the 2022 Operating & Capital Budget for the Town of Huntington and its special districts – Maritime Services. ____      ____      ____

 

39. 2022-101. AUTHORIZE the Comptroller to amend the 2022 Operating & Capital Budget for the Town of Huntington and its special districts – Transportation & Traffic Safety. ____      ____      ____

 

40. 2022-102. AUTHORIZE the Town of Huntington Department of Planning and Environment to apply to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Tress for Tribs Program for use at the Betty Allen Twin Ponds Nature Park, nunc pro tunc. ____      ____      ____

 

41. 2022-103. AUTHORIZE the use of Dix Hills Park Pool by the Children of Whitman Village Housing Development Fund Corporation upon payment of a flat fee for the summer of 2022. ____      ____      ____

 

42. 2022-104. AUTHORIZE the Town of Huntington to establish various fees for Crab Meadow & Dix Hills Golf Course. ____      ____      ____

 

43. 2022-105. AUTHORIZE the use of Dix Hills Park Pool by the Children of Tri Community & Youth Agency upon payment of a flat fee for the summer of 2022. ____      ____      ____

 

44. 2022-106. AUTHORIZE the execution of a contract for the rehabilitation of sanitary manhole NY2 in the Huntington Sewer District (rebid) with the lowest responsive, responsible bidder National Water Main Cleaning Company. ____      ____      ____

 

45. 2022-107. AUTHORIZE the execution of an amendment to the contract with Pace Analytical Services, LLC which provides annual laboratory services for 2021 for the Dix Hills Water District, nunc pro tunc. ____      ____      ____

 

46. 2022-108. AUTHORIZE the execution of the first extension to the requirements contracts for removal and/or disposal of dewatered or liquid sludge, emulsified grease, grit & screenings from, and disposal of, Town vacuum trucks, and emergency pumping of a Town facility for the Huntington Sewage Treatment Plant with Clean & Green Recycling Corp. and Tully Environmental Inc. ____      ____      ____

 

47. 2022-109. AUTHORIZE the execution of the final extension to the requirements contract for the repair and installation of wastewater treatment plant equipment at the Treatment Plant and Pump Stations of the Huntington Sewer District with Bensin Contracting, Inc. ____      ____      ____

 

48. 2022-110. AUTHORIZE the correction of Code violations at various locations pursuant to the Code of the Town of Huntington. ____      ____      ____

 

49. 2022-111. ACCEPT the donation and installation of improvements at Kew Avenue Park by Assemblyman Keith Brown and the Brown Family and rename Kew Avenue Park in memory of New York State Supreme Court Justice Harry Richard Brown. ____      ____      ____

 

50. 2022-112. ACCEPT the dedication of land located on the northerly side of Hauppauge Road, Commack, Town of Huntington, County of Suffolk, State of New York (0400-251.00-01.00-P/O-006.015 on the Suffolk County Tax Map). ____      ____      ____

 

51. 2022-113. ACCEPT a donation of gift cards from La Piazza Cucina Italiana – Wine Bar re: 2022 Valentine’s Day Ceremonies performed by Town Clerk Andrew P. Raia, who serves as a Town Marriage Officer, nunc pro tunc. ____      ____      ____

 

52. 2022-114. ACCEPT a contribution of one hundred dollars from the New York State Archives Partnership Trust for the conference titled “Consider the Source New York: Providing Access to the Diverse Historical Record,” being hosted by Town Clerk Andrew P. Raia. ____      ____      ____

 

53. 2022-115. ACCEPT a donation from Covanta Energy Corporation for the promotion, marketing and operating expenses associated with an event to commemorate Earth Day on April 23, 2022. ____      ____      ____

 

54. 2022-116. ACCEPT the donation and installation of native plants at the Town of Huntington Paulding’s Pond Park and adjacent rights-of-way by Spadefoot Design and Construction, LLC. ____      ____      ____

 

55. 2022-117. ADOPT the amended and restated New York State Model Plan, for the Deferred Compensation Plan for the employees of the Town of Huntington. ____      ____      ____

 

56. 2022-118. AMEND Town Board Resolution 2020-8 and authorize the Supervisor to execute an agreement with Livebarn Inc. for the online broadcasting of select sporting events at the Dix Hills Ice Rink. ____      ____      ____

 

57. 2022-119. DECLARE certain equipment and vehicles as surplus and/or obsolete and authorizing the sale at auction, trade in or disposal of the same. ____      ____      ____

 

58. 2022-120. DESIGNATE a bank depository and accept bonds and/or certificates from certain financial institutions and authorize the Supervisor to execute a collateral for collateralized municipal deposits on behalf of the Town of Huntington. ____      ____      ____

 

59. 2022-121. EXPAND a community shellfish gardening program in the Town of Huntington. JC, ES    ____    ____

 

60. 2022-122. ENACTMENT: AUTHORIZE the execution of an agreement with the Incorporated Village of Northport to furnish fire protection services for the Town of Huntington Fire Protection District No. 1, nunc pro tunc. ____      ____      ____

 

61. 2022-123. ENACTMENT: AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute license agreements with various sports related organizations for the use of Town Facilities. ____      ____      ____

 

62. 2022-124. ENACTMENT: ADOPT Local Law Introductory Number 2-2022 Amending the Uniform traffic Code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 3, Article II, §3-3, Schedule J. Re: Park Avenue – Huntington – Parking Restrictions. ____      ____      ____

 

63. 2022-125. ENACTMENT: ADOPT Local Law Introductory Number 3-2022 amending the Uniform Traffic Code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 3, Article II, §3-3, Schedule J. Re: Wolf Hill Rd – Huntington Station – Parking Restrictions. ____      ____      ____

 

64. 2022-126. BOND: AUTHORIZE the acquisition of highway equipment, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $500,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $500,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

65. 2022-127. BOND: AUTHORIZE the construction of improvements to curbs, sidewalks and pedestrian ramps, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $300,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $300,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

66. 2022-128. BOND: AUTHORIZE the construction of various drainage improvements, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $1,000,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $1,000,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

67. 2022-129. BOND: AUTHORIZE the construction of improvements to Alfred J. Walker Memorial Park, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $1,200,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $1,200,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

68. 2022-130. BOND: AUTHORIZE the resurfacing of various parking lots, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $500,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $500,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

69. 2022-131. BOND: AUTHORIZE the construction of improvements at town hall, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $100,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $100,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

70. 2022-132. BOND: AUTHORIZE the construction of improvements to various roads, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $4,500,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $4,500,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

71. 2022-133. BOND: AUTHORIZE the installation of fencing at various locations, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $100,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $100,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

72. 2022-134. BOND: AUTHORIZE the resurfacing of athletic courts, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $500,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $500,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

73. 2022-135. BOND: AUTHORIZE the acquisition of general services vehicles and equipment, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $500,000, appropriating said amount for such purpose, and authorizing the issuance of bonds in the principal amount of $500,000 to finance said appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

74. 2022-136. BOND: AUTHORIZE the construction of improvements to the Halesite Park bulkhead, stating the estimated maximum cost thereof is $3,000,000, including the expenditure of $765,000 from sources other than bonds to pay a part of said appropriation; and appropriating $500,000 in addition to the $2,500,000 heretofore appropriated for such purpose; and authorizing the issuance of bonds of the town in the principal amount of not to exceed $500,000, in addition to the $1,735,000 bonds heretofore authorized for said purpose, to finance said additional appropriation. ____      ____      ____

 

75. 2022-137. BOND: AUTHORIZE the refunding of certain outstanding bonds of said Town, stating the plan of refunding, appropriating an amount not to exceed $7,800,000 for such purpose, authorizing the issuance of refunding bonds in the principal amount of not to exceed $7,800,000 to finance said appropriation, and making certain other determinations relative thereto. ____      ____      ____

 

76. 2022-138. SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider the increase and improvement of facilities of the Dix Hills Water District, in the Town of Huntington, in the County of Suffolk, New York, pursuant to Section 202-B of the Town Law, at the estimated maximum cost of $1,040,000. ____      ____      ____

 

77. 2022-139. SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider the increase and improvement of facilities of the South Huntington Water District, in the Town of Huntington, in the County of Suffolk, New York, pursuant to Section 202-B of the Town Law, at the estimated maximum cost of $9,100,000. ____      ____      ____

 

78. 2022-140. SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider the increase and improvement of facilities of the Greenlawn Water District, in the Town of Huntington, in the County of Suffolk, New York, pursuant to Section 202-B of the Town Law, at the estimated maximum cost of $5,385,000. ____      ____      ____

 

79. 2022-141. SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider the increase and improvement of facilities of the Consolidated Refuse District, in the Town of Huntington, in the County of Suffolk, New York, pursuant to Section 202-B of the Town Law, at the estimated maximum cost of $500,000. ____      ____      ____

 

80. 2022-142. SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider adopting Local Law Introductory Number ____ – 2022 amending the code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 198 (zoning), Article VI (Historic Landmarks and Districts), Section 42 (Designation of Sites and Buildings), to revoke the designation as an historic landmark of the building known as the Johnson-Sprague Farm, 271 Cedar Road, Commack, SCTM #0400-185-02-024.003. ____      ____      ____

 

81. 2022-143. SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider authorizing the Supervisor to execute a license agreement with New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC for the use and occupancy of property off of 10th Avenue in the East Northport Long Island Railroad train station parking lot. ____      ____      ____

 

82. 2022-144. SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider awarding a license agreement for commercial outdoor advertising and bus shelter maintenance services for the Town of Huntington with Insite Street Media.      ____      ____      ____

 

83. 2022-145. SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider adopting Local Law Introductory Number_______-2022 amending the Uniform Traffic Code of the Town of Huntington, Chapter 2, Article II, §2-2, Schedule B.  Re: Melville Road – Huntington Station – prohibited turns on red signals. ____      ____      ____

 

84. 2022-146. APPOINT a Deputy Director for the Department of General Services for the Town of Huntington. ____      ____      ____

 

85. 2022-147. AUTHORIZE the Supervisor to execute a contract for the Heckscher Park Museum exterior preservation with the lowest responsible, responsive bidder Preferred Construction, Inc. ____      ____      ____

 

86. 2022-BT-3 SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider the granting of a variance and the issuance of a special use permit pursuant to the Marine Conservation Law, Town Code Chapter 137 for the construction of a fixed pier and floating dock assembly. Applicant: Eagle Dock Foundation, Inc.  Location: 85 Shore Road, Cold Spring Harbor, NY  S.C.T.M. #0400-016.00-01.00-003.000. ____      ____      ____

 

87. 2022-BT-4 SCHEDULE A PUBLIC HEARING: To consider authorizing the President to execute a license agreement with the Centerport Fire District for the use and occupancy of the municipal parking lot located at 9 Park Circle in Centerport (P/O 0400-044.00-01.00-015.000), and supporting the district’s application for DASNY funding. ____      ____      ____

 

88. 2022-CD-4. APPOINT a Director for the Huntington Community Development Agency. ____      ____      ____

 

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