New police officer starts work in Town of Niagara
Thu, May 27th 2010 02:00 pm
The Town of Niagara Police Department has a new part-time officer.
The Town Board, at its May 18 meeting, approved the appointment of Richard
King, a retired Niagara Falls Police Department officer.
Also approved was a three-month leave of absence for Sgt.
Currently, there are five full-time (including the chief) and 16
part-time people in the town's police department.
In other matters:
- The board directed the town attorney and Sanitation
Superintendent Michael Moyer to set up with the Environmental Commission a
local recycling law for a collection program for multi-resident complexes in
the town. Individual home recycling already has begun.
- A resolution was passed to declare a six-month moratorium on all
wind-driven energy systems and direct the town attorney and building inspector
to develop a local law to regulate such facilities.
- The board determined that the town would not benefit from joining
a regional storm water utility district.
- The board approved summer hours for water/sewer employees. Hours
will be 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. from June 7 to Sept. 3.
- The board approved $4,850.99 for a new meter reading system. The
current system has broken down and is obsolete for parts and service.
- The board appointed Miguel A. Antonetti to the town's
- The board accepted the resignation of Mark Gabriele as town
- Cameron Miller was added to the active rolls of Niagara Active
Hose Fire Company.