The trial run will continue.
The City of Dunkirk will continue to provide certain police services to the Town of Dunkirk if the Common Council approves the renewal of the shared services agreement approved in August. Resolution 117-2012 calls for extending the $1,500 per month payment from Jan. 1 to June 30 for the secondary patrols in the town by the Dunkirk Police Department.
The city's Senior Center will receive the services of a senior aide through an agreement between the city, as host agency, Senior Service America, Inc. and the New York State Office for the Aging Senior Community Service Employment Program. According to 116-2012, the county's Office for the Aging has "provided these services which may otherwise not be performed due to a lack of funds or personnel, with no direct cost to the city."
The resolution also calls for the Senior Center Board of Directors to help provide direction.
The third pre-filed resolution calls for continuing the contract of Fredonia resident Wendy Spinuzza to provide independent contracting services and assistance with various projects to benefit low/moderate income persons within the city's Community Development Block Grant target area. The agreement would run from Jan. 1 for a period of up to six months at a rate of $612.50 per week.
The final item on the agenda is a communication from Mayor Anthony J. Dolce advising council he has re-appointed city resident Greg Sek to the position of city bingo inspector at a rate of $900 per year, effective Jan. 1.
Council's regular meeting is set for 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in City Hall's courtroom. Two council committee meetings are scheduled that day as well. Council's Personnel Committee meets at 10 a.m. while the Economic Development Committee is set to meet at 11 a.m., both in City Hall's second floor conference room.
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