Resolution No. 260

Appointing Alternate Member To The Ulster County Planning Board – City Of Kingston

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Referred to:  The Economic Development, Tourism, Housing, Planning and Transit Committee (Chairman Woltman and Legislators Archer, Delaune, Maio, James Maloney, Joseph Maloney, and Rodriguez),

 

Chairman of the Economic Development, Tourism, Housing, Planning, and Transit Committee, Brian J. Woltman, and Deputy Chair Lynn Archer offer the following:

 

           WHEREAS, pursuant to Section C-49(A) of the Ulster County Charter and Section A7-5(A) of the Administrative Code: “There shall be a County Planning Board consisting of 25 members and associated alternate members. Members and their alternates shall be appointed by the County Legislature to serve for four-year terms. The Town Board or Village Board of each town and village in Ulster County shall recommend for consideration and appointment by the Legislature one person and one alternate from that town or village. The City of Kingston shall recommend for consideration and appointment by the Legislature two persons and two alternates from that city;” and

 

WHEREAS, Steven T. Noble, Mayor of the City of Kingston, has recommended that Brad Will be appointed to the Ulster County Planning Board; now, therefore, be it

 

 RESOLVED, that the following person is appointed as an alternate to the Ulster County Planning Board for a term that shall coincide with the appointed incumbent board member (John Bonavita-Goldman):

 

APPOINTMENT              MUNICIPALITY               TERM

 

Bradford B. Will                   City of Kingston                   Present

Kingston, NY                                                                        through                                 

                                                                                                December 31, 2021

(To coincide with regular member John Bonavita-Goldman)

and move its adoption.

 

ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:

 

AYES:                        NOES:    

 

Passed Committee: Economic Development, Tourism, Housing, Planning and Transit on ______________.

 

FINANCIAL IMPACT: NONE

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Updated: May 31, 2019

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