Town Of Conesus

March 22, 2018: Regular Town Board Meeting

Table Of Contents:

Town Hall

6210 South Livonia Rd.

Conesus, NY  14435

Public Notice:


Town of Conesus


Please take notice that the Town of Conesus Town Board will hold its 2018 Regular Meetings on the first and third Tuesday of every month except as noted:

January:  9 & 23 (2nd & 4th) Tuesday)

February: 6 & 20

March:  6 & 22 (Thursday)

April:  3 & 17

May: 1 & 15

June:  5

July:  10

August:  7

September: 4 & 18

October 2 & 16

November:  8 (Thursday) & 20

December:  4 & 26 (Wednesday)



All Town Board Meetings will be held at the Town of Conesus Town Hall, 6210 South Livonia Rd., (Route 15) Conesus, NY 14435 unless otherwise posted with Regular Meetings commencing at 7:00pm and bill/voucher review at 6:30PM.



By Order of the Town Board

Annette M. McNinch

Town Clerk

Town of Conesus


Please note the time change below for this Town Board Meeting ONLY!


Agenda for Conesus Town Board Meeting

THURSDAY, March 22, 2018

Conesus Town Hall

7:30 P.M.


Supervisor Donohue and Town Board members will be reviewing all vouchers for payment between 7:00 and 7:30 P.M. prior to this Board meeting.


Call to Order: Supervisor Donohue


Pledge of Allegiance:  Superintendent Martucio


Code Enforcement Report: Robert Lennington


Announcements and Communications:

1.      The next meetings of the Conesus Town Board will be held on April 3, 2018

2.      We have received a notice of resignation effective April 1, 2018 from Code Officer Dean OíKeefe.   We wish Dean and his wife a healthy and happy retirement in Arizona!

3.      The Annual Town of Conesus Easter Egg Hunt will take place at the Ricky Greene Memorial Park on Saturday morning, March 30th at 11 am.  We will begin with the toddler egg hunt in the fenced yard of the Kelleman Log Cabin.  Bring your baskets to collect your eggs.

4.      Casey Mastro, representative of New York Power Authority (NYPA) will be doing a presentation at the April 3rd Town Board meeting regarding the Street Light program.  

5.      Learn how to map locations of terrestrial and aquatic invasive species.  A free training session to the imap invasives database and how to use it will be presented at the Chip Holt Nature Center at Vitale Park on Tuesday, April 3, at 6 PM. As a citizen scientist, you will be able to report your observations via smartphone, tablet, or computer interface.  To reserve a seat, call 721-6170 or by email at

6.      Senator Cathy Young has drafted and introduced legislation to designate State Road 256 in Conesus as the Conesus Veteranís Memorial Highway.  Senate Bill 7712 has been referred to the Senate Committee on Transportation for review and consideration.  Additionally, Assemblyman Errigo has introduced same-as legislation in the Assembly. Senator Young attached a copy of S.7712 for our records.


Approval of Minutes: Town Board Meeting dated   March 6, 2018


Reports of Town Officials:

  • Highway Report: Superintendent Martucio
  • Assessorís Monthly Report for February (in writing) Lisa Bennett, Sole Assessor for Conesus
  • Monthly Planning Board Minutes for February (in writing) Carol Crane, Planning Board Secretary
  • Monthly Zoning Board of Appeals Minutes for February (in writing) Carol Crane, ZBA Secretary


Updates on Key Issues:

         Conesus Lake:  Councilman Wester/ Charlie Braun, Conesus Rep. from Conesus Lake Association

         Town Hall Maintenance and Improvement:  


Unfinished Business:


New Business:

  • We have received a proposal from Livingston Asphalt Sealers to reseal parking lot for a sum of $805.  Duane is recommending that we re-seal the parking lot this year.  The tot lot should not need re-sealing until at least 2019.
  • Approval of a Resolution to adopt the New York State Unified Solar Permit.  This permit is a free resource to help code enforcement officials evaluate solar electrical systems for grid-tied residential solar photovoltaic (PV) installations of 25 KW or less.  Off-grid and commercial-scale solar PV systems are more complex and warrant greater detail than this tool provides.  This is one of the four action items that we need to qualify as a "Clean Energy Community".  Qualifying for this action item is as simple as passing the resolution.  Local Governments that adopt the Unified Solar Permit are eligible for up to $5,000 through NYSERDA's Streamlined Permitting PV incentive to implement the new procedures.


Comments are welcome at this time.


Ratify Abstract: General and Highway Funds


Motion to Adjourn