Minutes - Sept. 29, 2020 Special Meeting
OF TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 2020 SPECIAL MEETING
opened at 6:00
at the meeting:
Trustee- Linda Denton-
Trustee Timothy Morford-
Trustee- Stephen Helmin-
Trustee- Jolene Hornbeck-
Jeff Smith: Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff Carl Rust: Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
Lewis: Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
Park: The Mayor asked the Sheriff if he had anything new to report. The Sheriff
explained that there has been a change to the age law, and how it affects
what/if they can be charged.
under 18 can not be charged with a violation. The Sheriff gave a list of things
that are considered violations. They can be charged for a misdemeanor or
felony. Parents can be contacted; they cannot be held.
Morford stated he also goes and speaks the people directly.
Sheriff gave a rundown of calls in the
Village of Fultonville as of this date, it averages 1.5 calls per day. The
Village of Fultonville is the safest place to live in Montgomery County.
Hornbeck asked the Sheriff what can we do for our residents that live by the
park that are afraid to live there.
Sheriff said to have them call every time they hear a noise.
Helmin spoke about possibly hiring an off-duty deputy. This would have to go
through the Sheriff’s Office, and a contract would need to be signed.
Hornbeck asked if the Village installed cameras would we be able to hook them
into the Sheriff’s office to be monitored?
Helmin asked if there is any reason the feed couldn’t be put up on a public website,
it is a public park. The Sheriff suggests putting up signs stating the park is
being monitored by cameras. Trustee Hornbeck suggested they state on the signs
that it is going to the Sheriff’s office.
was brought up about the task force that is being started. The Sheriff is
willing to speak with them and tell them what they can/cannot do.
Helmin brought up the trucks and truck traffic on the hill. He mentioned the
speed coming down the hill, trucks to heavy to make it up the hill.
Lewis explained Trans Law, the best he could.
Boyz, Mass Gathering Permit was brought up: Their permit was revoked. They were
served by certified mail.
Petterson-Law brought up the conversation regarding water bills and the Town of
Glen. Sheriff Smith stated he had nothing to do with this.
Mayor gave an update on 33 Main St.
Mayor brought up that she got an email from Brett. He got a call from Nancy
Nugent, The Lost Boyz, attorney. Nothing can be done because there is no
application for a permit. Trustee Denton stated her opinion is, the right thing
to do first is not renew and the second right thing to do is stand behind our
residents who are not happy with them. The Board agreed on the stance that
there is no application at this time.
MOTION MADE BY Trustee Hornbeck, to Adjourn, Seconded
by Trustee Helmin. All AYES and No NAYS. MOTION PASSED
Clerk12/11/2020 6:55:07 PM