The Greenport Village Board is set to vote on wastewater treatment plant and roadwork contract proposals tonight at 6 p.m. during its monthly meeting at the Third Street firehouse.
According to tonight’s agenda, the Village Board will vote on a resolution to extend Dvirka and Bartilucci’s contract from April 1 through the close-out of the village’s wastewater treatment plant project in an amount not to exceed $10,000. The Village Board will also vote on a roadwork contract not to exceed $85,000 with Corazzini Asphalt.
In addition, the Village Board is likely to approve a moratorium on subdivisions as the village finalizes new subdivision legislation.
There are also some resolutions on tonight’s agenda to schedule public meetings.
One is for a final public meeting for Sept. 20 to discuss the village’s Local Waterfront Revitalization Program. Another is to invite Bob Freeman, director of the state’s Committee on Open Government, to a future village meeting to discuss Freedom of Information and Open Meetings laws.
The Village Board also plans to ratify a couple of resolutions to set the annual Maritime Festival for Sept. 22-23 and approve St. Agnes Church’s request to close Sixth Street between Front and Wiggins streets on Aug. 25 from noon to 3 p.m. for its annual Parish Picnic.
Scroll down to view the complete agenda and check back later for live updates from tonight’s meeting.