Tuesday, February 2, 2021, at 7 pm
Because of the COVID-19 Emergency and State and Federal bans on large gatherings, and pursuant to Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order suspending the in-person meeting requirement of Open Meetings Law, the Caroline Town Board Agenda Meeting scheduled for February 2, 2021 at 7 pm will be held electronically via Zoom teleconference. Members of the public may listen to and/or view the meeting by following the web and telephone instructions below. Minutes of the meeting and video recordings will be posted on the Town of Caroline website. Comments may be provided at Privilege of the Floor during the Zoom meeting, by email (email@example.com), or by mail (P.O. Box 136, Slaterville Springs, NY 14881).
INSTRUCTIONS TO ATTEND THE ZOOM MEETING (https://zoom.us)
You do not need to have a Zoom account to join. Options 2 and 3 are easiest without an account. You may need the meeting ID for any of these methods.
Without Zoom account: https://zoom.us/join; Meeting ID: 818 9919 3017 Passcode: 876767
Phone dial-in: +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
By phone press *6 to mute/unmute, *9 to raise hand during meeting
PUBLIC HEARING on Law to Increase Planning Board Membership to Seven Persons1
- Privilege of the Floor: Opportunity to bring forward matters of concern (3-min limit)
- Additions or deletions to Agenda
- Interviews with Applicants for 2021 Town Board Seat
- Resolution to Form a Town of Caroline Zoning Commission2
- Adoption of Town of Caroline COVID-19 Policy
- Committee Reports
- Approval of minutes of January 13, 2021
- Agenda items for February 10 Business Meeting
- Resolution to Adopt Local Law to Increase Planning Board Membership to Seven Persons
- Discussion and Vote on 2021 Association of Towns Legislative Agenda
- Approval of 2021 GML-119-o Agreements for Cooperative Purchasing of W/C Insurance with Slaterville and Brooktondale Fire Districts
Privilege of the Floor Policy at Caroline Town Board Meetings
• Privilege-of-the-Floor is offered at the beginning of town meetings as an opportunity for individuals to provide input to the town board. Speakers have up to three minutes, subject to modification depending upon time constraints of a particular meeting. Each resident is provided one speaking opportunity per meeting; written input is also welcome.
• Comments should be directed to the town board. The Supervisor or Councilpersons may answer questions brought forward or defer to allow for further research and thought.
• Personnel matters should be directed to the appropriate Supervisor or Department Head.
• Respectful discourse is required.