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Troy City Council Votes

Results of the City Council Regular Meeting
May 1998

Ordinances

  1. Ordinance approving settlement of certiorari proceedings instituted by various property owners located in the City of Troy. Doran)
  2. Ordinance rescinding sales of City owned properties previously approved by the Council. (Walsh & McGrath)
  3. Ordinance authorizing the private sale of 207 Broadway to John Joseph Thomas. (Walsh & McGrath)
  4. Ordinance authorizing the private sale of portion of Oak Street and portion of Grant Street to Wayne Cazasta. (Doran)
  5. Ordinance authorizing the sale of City owned property. (Walsh & McGrath)
  6. Ordinance authorizing the transfer of funds within the 1998 City Budget to appropriately establish an appropriation that the City will use to pay for the administrative expenses associated with the management of the City's workers compensation program by the City's health insurance consultant. (Walsh)
  7. Ordinance to establish a special revenue fund account for a Federal Law Enforcement Block Grant. (Walsh)
  8. Ordinance to establish Congress Street Reconstruction Design Capital Project Account. (Walsh)
  9. Ordinance declaring the premises formerly as the South Troy Recreation Center as surplus and not needed for City purposes and authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract of sale with the Troy Boys and Girls Club for the sale of the South Troy Recreation Center. (Walsh)
  10. Ordinance to establish Central Business District Multi-Modal Transportation Capital Project Account. (Walsh)
  11. Ordinance redesignating Sections. 2-2., 2-3., 2-4., 2-5., 2-7., 2.9., 2-13., 2-14. of Article 1 and Sections 2-17., 2-17.1., 2-17.2., 2-17.3., 2-18. of Article II and Divisions 2 and 3 of Article II of Chapter 2 of the Troy Code of Ordinances as sections of new Article XI of Chapter 2 of the Troy Code of Ordinances entitled Miscellaneous. (Walsh)
  12. Ordinance repealing Article I of Chapter 2 and Sections 2-16., 2-19., 2-20., and 2-21. of Article II of Chapter 2 of the Troy Code of Ordinances and enacting new Article 1 of the Administrative Code of the City of Troy relating to matters concerning the administration and operation of city government. (Walsh)
  13. Ordinance enacting Article II of the Administrative Code of the City of Troy relating generally to the powers and duties of the Executive Branch-Mayor and City officers and Departments of City government. (Walsh)
  14. Ordinance repealing Article III of Chapter 2 of the Troy Code of Ordinances and enacting a new Article III providing for an Administrative Code of the City of Troy relating to the Legislative Branch-City Council. (Walsh) REFER TO PUBLIC HEARINGS
  15. Ordinance determining that the paving, grading, repairing, reconstruction and resurfacing of certain public streets constitute a public improvement pursuant to Sections 9.02 and 9.03 of the City Charter. (McGrath & Doran)
 

Councilors at Large

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 4

District 5

District 6

Remarks

Ord #

Walsh

LaPosta

Doran

McGrath

Stone

Mantello

Pascarell

Mahr

Hart

 

1

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

N

Y

N

 

2-5,7-9,11-13,15

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

 

6

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Y

Y

Y

 

10

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

 

14

                 

Referred to Public Hearing

Resolutions

  1. Resolution appointing Commissioners of Deeds. (Walsh)
  2. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a lease agreement with Troy Towers Associates. (Doran & McGrath)
  3. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute a lease agreement with James E. Weiss. (Doran & McGrath
  4. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with the County of Rensselaer for parking spaces at the Fifth Avenue lot. (Doran & McGrath)
  5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with New York State Department of Transportation for project at Hoosick Street and South Lake Avenue. (Doran & McGrath)
  6. Resolution requesting that City of Troy State Legislators introduce a bill in their respective Houses of the Legislature authorizing the City of Troy to sell the South Troy Recreation Center to The Troy Boys and Girls Club. (Walsh)
  7. Resolution requesting the New York State Legislature to introduce legislation authorizing the City of Troy to install and operate traffic control signal photo monitoring systems at dangerous roadway and highway intersections in the City. (Pascarell)
  8. Resolution authorizing the implementation and funding in the first instance 1000-. of the Federal-Aid and State "Marchisellill Program-Aid eligible costs, of a Transportation Federal-aid project and appropriating funds therefor. (McGrath)
  9. Resolution requesting that City of Troy State Legislators introduce a bill in their respective Houses of the Legislature authorizing the City of Troy Assessor to identify the portion of the assessed value of new homes in the City of Troy that is attributable to the value of the infrastructure improvements for public services and utilities associated with that home and to provide that assessments on such property shall be reduced on a sliding scale for a period of up to ten years. (Walsh)
  10. Resolution requesting that City of Troy State Legislators introduce a bill in their respective Houses of the Legislature providing that Rensselaer County be responsible for the collection of School Taxes on behalf of the Enlarged City School District for the City of Troy, New York. (Walsh)
  11. Resolution requesting that City of Troy State Legislators introduce a bill in their respective Houses of the Legislature authorizing the Hudson River Valley Greenway Communities Council and Greenway Conservancy to establish a heritage area committee to plan, manage and develop the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area/Hudson Mohawk Urban Cultural Park. (McGrath)
  12. Resolution to amend the 1998 Budget to implement a grant under the New York State Economic Development Zones Program. (Walsh & McGrath)
  13. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute agreements with the NYS Department of Transportation for the purpose of receiving and implementing a grant for multi-modal transportation project. (Doran & McGrath)
  14. Resolution to amend the 1998 Budget to accept a grant from the New York State Department of Parks and Recreation in support of the 1998 Flag Day Parade. (Walsh & LaPosta)
 

Councilors at Large

District 1

District 2

District 3

District 4

District 5

District 6

Remarks

Res #

Walsh

LaPosta

Doran

McGrath

Stone

Mantello

Pascarell

Mahr

Hart

 

1-14

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

 

Local Laws

  1. Local Law Number (Intro. #1) of 1998 repealing Section 2-1. of Article I of Chapter 2 of the Troy Code of Ordinances and amending Article 1 of the City Charter to change the title of Article 1 and adopt an official flag and an official coat of arms for the City of Troy. (Walsh)
  2. Local Law Number (Intro. #2) of 1998 enacting a new Section 3.07.2(A) of the City Charter to create the Office of Management and Budget. (Walsh)
  3. Local Law Number (Intro. #3) of 1998 amending Section 4 of Article 4.of the City Charter of the relating to changing the name of the Department of Finance to the Office of the City Comptroller; retitling Article 4 as Executive Branch office of City Comptroller; enumerating and recodifying the responsibilities of the office of City Comptroller; amending Sections 4.01, 4.02, 4.04 and 4.05(A) of Article 4 of the City Charter. (Walsh)
  4. Local Law Number (Intro. #4) of 1998, City of Troy, New York repealing Local Law No. 2 for the year 1988 establishing code of ethics policy for the City of Troy and amendments thereto adopted as Local Law No. 2 for the year 1992; amending the City Charter to delete reference to Local Law No. 2 for 1988 and enacting a Local Law relating to municipal ethics and the creation of a City of Troy Board of Ethics. (Walsh)

LL#

Walsh

LaPosta

Doran

McGrath

Stone

Mantello

Pascarell

Mahr

Hart

Remarks

1

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

 

2-4

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

 

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