The Board of Supervisors adopted their salary schedule and will be seeking proposals for the replacement of numerous pavilions in county parks that have been declared unsafe.
MEETING: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
The Wayne County Board of Supervisors met on Nov. 16.
The board adopted the following salary schedule for the upcoming year: supervisors will receive $15,095 and the chairman will receive $20,338.
The county will be seeking proposals for the replacement of numerous pavilions in county parks that have been declared unsafe. A building permit, which requires drawings and specifications approved by an engineer, will be necessary for the work to be completed. The board approved a contract with MAS Engineering to prepare the drawings and specifications for the bidding new pavilions at a cost not to exceed $1,600.
The board also authorized to advertise for bids for construction to be completed in time for the 2011 parks season.
Elimination of state aid
The New York State Tourism Matching grant was eliminated in 2010 required drastic reductions in the 2010 county budget to eliminate the state aid. The aid totaled some $63,164. The board approved several amendments to the budget to make up for the loss.
The county’s Building Relocation Committee had requested a proposal from SWBR for a complete site signage review and recommendations at the former county nursing home. SWBR provided, and the board approved, a proposal for Phase 1-design and planning at a total cost of $11,150 and Phase 2-implementation at a total cost of $ 6,300.