Cell phone tower installation, audit review services and amending houseboat code is on the agenda for Monday's Village Board of Trustees meeting, which will take place at at 7:30 p.m.
Under Trustee William Hilton's portion of the agenda is a resolution to authorize Mayor Paul Pontieri to enter a lease with Elite Towers, LP for the placement of a cell phone tower behind the Parks and Recreation Headquarters in Shorefront Park, subject to Zoning and Planning Board approval and a lease approved by Village Attorney Brian Egan.
Also on the agenda under the Mayor's portion is to request approval from the baord to authorize Pontieri to execuite a contract with Cullen & Danowski, LLP to provide audit review services for the Village inclusive of Village Justice Court in an amount not to exceed $28,000.
A public hearing will also take place to request approval to amend Chapter 422 of Village Code to prohibit the use of houseboats, which trustee Tom Ferb previously told Patch is to fix a typo within Village Code. Ferb also said at the most recent Village Board meeting that the code's current definition of a houseboat is defective and it needs to be re-defined. He also said that houseboats were previously banned in 1983 and 1987 due in part to pollution dumped by them during that time period. Pontieri said at that meeting that this is not about houseboats that are purchased for living in.
The full agenda is attached in the PDF section to this post.