EAST RANDOLPH A resolution has been adopted by the East Randolph board after several months of ongoing discussion involving Morey Street and its boundaries. Officials have been in the process of surveying Morey Street and wherein the Villages responsibilities lie in respect to that street.
Board members recently had maps and documents of Morey Street reviewed and after receiving the survey, they have adopted it as set forth. The board of the Village of East Randolph adopted a resolution to accept the survey on Morey Street, which gives the village access to village property that already exists and will provide maintenance to that part of the street.
Clerk Milliman reported to the board that the audit is going well. The auditor had a few recommendations to alleviate headaches in bookkeeping.
Highway Superintendent, Jay Smith, reported that the work on Mill Street has been completed. He stated that two lifts of oil and stone were put on the street. Smith reported that Mill Street was surface treated all the way to the top.
Clerk Milliman reported that the Comprehensive plan is underway. A committee is working to put together the goals and objectives for the village down the road. Zoning is being incorporated in with the Comprehensive plan. A public hearing regarding the plan will be held some time in the near future.
Board officials approved sending back unpaid taxes to Cattaraugus County; $2,568.48 from the part of the village in Conewango Township and $14,787.86 for the Randolph portion.
Three permits were issued in October totaling $50 in revenues for an estimated $14,000 in estimated expenditures; one permit for an outside wood boiler, a fence, and a home demolition. Code enforcement also reported that the property at 122 Hall Street is getting cleaned up.