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Meeting highlights from Oct. Deputy Mayor Marie Early on Oct. com that asserted that increased docking fees were discouraging cruise-ship tourists from visiting Cold Spring. In response to a report about the increase that appeared Oct. 7 in The Current , Main Street shopowner Patty Villanova posted: “Instead of welcoming the boats with open arms and doing everything possible to encourage more of this kind of activity, they go and raise the rates thus insuring that we will have... Maybe [Mayor Dave] Merandy & Co. need to take some classes in business administration before they bankrupt the remaining merchants in the Village. 11 meeting, Merandy pointed out that Seastreak, the firm that offers fall cruises to Cold Spring and is the most frequent user of the village dock, agreed to the increased cost, which went to $6 per foot from $3. The 141-foot Seastreak now pays... Early noted that the cruise company raised its ticket price to $85 from $65 before the village increased its docking fee. “The village is in no way responsible for the increase in [passenger] fees,” Early said. She added that research done by the Cold Spring Boat Club indicated that “we are not even charging what we should be…. We are a cheap place to dock. Seastreak’s boats carry up to 505 passengers. Ticket sales have been slow so far this year, which is not unusual before the fall colors reach their peak. By contrast, there were brisk ticket sales last fall, with two boats sometimes needed to meet demand. In other business …. Greg Phillips, superintendent of water and sewer, reported that a contractor will soon begin installing more than 800 new water cellular meters in Cold Spring and Nelsonville. He also reported that the filtration plant on Fishkill Road surpassed the 2 billion gallon mark in water treated since the facility opened in 1997. He recommended that, with that milestone, a committee be formed to consider long-term maintenance... “We [also] need to ensure redundancy of licensed/qualified people to run the systems under different circumstances and changing needs,” he said. Trustees granted conditional approval for the sale of a strip of village-owned land at 178 Main St. at a previously agreed upon price of $4 per square foot plus legal fees. The approval will allow the owners to continue renovations to the building, which will become home to River Architects. The village attorney is reviewing the sale agreement. The Cold Spring Fire Company is proposing signage along Church Street adjacent to the firehouse to indicate parking there is restricted to fire company members. The Village Board has agreed in principle. CSFC plans to mark the street with red paint and mount signs. Early cautioned that the proposed street markings and signage must meet New York State Department of Transportation requirements. The matter was referred to the parking committee. Merandy reported that the village has received an engineering report detailing numerous problems with the condition of Main Street firehouse, a situation, he said, that “we’ll have to deal with in some way. ” The poor condition of the building has long been an issue. In February 2015 the fire company presented plans for a 14,000-square-foot building to be constructed on the same site at a cost of $4. 6 million. Kathleen Foley, a member of the Historic District Review Board, suggested the building inspector consider instituting electronic tracking of applications to provide consistent, accurate information regarding the status of applications. Discussion continued regarding the proposal by the shipping industry to the Coast Guard to increase the number of oil barges allowed to anchor overnight along the Hudson River, including between Newburgh and Beacon. Merandy and Voloto have spoken against the proposal but the board has not yet taken any official action. Village accountant Michelle Ascolillo, who recently returned from maternity leave, will present an updated financial report at the November business meeting. The Cold Spring Boat Club has submitted a request to install a gate for security purposes at its riverfront site. Philipstown Town Board member Bob Flaherty reported on several matters. He noted the passage of a law to control parking on Indian Brook Road.
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