Thursday, October 28, 2010

October 27, 2010 Town Board Meeting...

a long meeting mainly due to 2011 budget discussions.

Any revisions to the 2011 Tentative Budget must be in the Town Clerk's Office by 8 a.m. Friday, October 29, 2010 after which time the 2011 Preliminary Budget will be available to the public.

Here is the videotape of the meeting:

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

1.) It's good to hear the Supervisor will forego the raise for himself and others.

2.) It's too bad the Board doesn't have the balls to make tough choices. There goes our tax reduction.

3.) I wish I had a nickel for every time Backman takes off and puts on those damn glasses.

Anonymous said...

They raised your taxes 45%, want employees to make sacrifices, charge residents for use of everything. Just wait till somebody gets hurt in the one man plows. Wait till someone gets backed into. Its a serious safety issue. No salt etc etc...so what happened to the "quality of life" BS they spew. It gets less and less. Did you see any official town board member say he would reduce their wage..not take the fully paid medical plan..and oh by the way can someone tell me what a "senior judge" is that needs $3000 more per year than the other one?

Anonymous said...

And the beat goes ON and ON. Now Koziol is going to sue us. This town is so screwed up it will never be the same as some of us old timers remember it. Some of the "old" or carry-over board members from last year ought to give up their pay this year.
They did nothing at all to earn it last year,and things dont look too good for them or us this year either!! There is NO free lunch anymore and employees have to start to pay a good part of their health insurance,plus kick in for their retirement. Sounds like the Teacher's Union benefits instead of the Town of N.H.

Anonymous said...

Koziol has every right to bring suit against the town police. Read the Notice of Claim than you may want to change your mind.

Remember, where there is smoke, there is fire. I believe this will be incendiary after Koziol takes his case to Federal Court.

Anonymous said...

FYI: No town board member receives healthcare from the town. Not one.