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Parking Meter Violation Fees, Carnegie Library Transfer on Village Agenda

Village Justice resigns, interim will be appointed.

Patchogue Village Hall.
Patchogue Village Hall.
An approval to set fees for parking meter violations, to require parking by permit only on part of Railroad Avenue and the transfer of ownership of the Carnegie Library are on the agenda for Monday's Patchogue Village Board of Trustees meeting. The agenda was posted on Patchogue Village's website Monday morning.

Violations to Patchogue Village's Main Street parking meters, which began operation on Jan. 2, should currently be running under a grace period. Deputy Mayor Jack Krieger said in October that residents in violation would be receiving warnings over the first few weeks.

According to the agenda, the Railroad Avenue parking approval would require the permit on the west side of Railroad Avenue from South Street to Sephton Street. There is also a public hearing to regulate the use of sandwich board signs.

The agenda also includes a resolution to transfer ownership of the Carnegie Library building to the Patchogue-Medford Library, who plans to move in their Young Adult department into the 150 W. Main St. property when the building is ready.

Also on the agenda is an approval to accept the resignation of Village Justice Christopher P. McGuire, and in his place to appoint Patricia K. Romeo for the remainder of the term. An election is coming up on March 18 for the Village Justice position as well as three of the trustee seats, and Village Clerk Patricia Seal told Patch Monday that Romeo has filed to run for the position under the Patchogue 2014 party.

Also on the agenda are approvals to pay for milling and paving for East 4th Street and Marvin Street, and several events in 2014 including the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Alive After Five.

Click here for the full agenda on Patchogue Village's website.
Dan January 13, 2014 at 06:53 PM
Really! Couldn't go 2 more months? Or is it they wanted V Justice to run as incumbent. This smells
james January 14, 2014 at 07:20 AM
is it true hybrids park for free?
Patchogue Snoop January 14, 2014 at 10:18 AM
Thanks Clerk Seal. Posting the agenda on Monday morning when many are at work. Inadequate notice. Are we keeping secrets or is this an effort to keep people in the dark and reduce public input. This smells too!

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