SENECA FALLS — The Town Board will meet two hours earlier than usual Tuesday so it can receive a presentation from Enterprise Fleet Management at 5 p.m.
Enterprise was hired by Seneca County earlier this year to provide fleet management service for the county’s automobile and small truck fleet. Supervisor Greg Lazzaro wants the Town Board to learn about the service to see if it is interested in a contract with the town.
Before the Enterprise presentation, the board will open a public hearing on proposed Local Law 3 of 2017. That law would supersede the existing town law in setting the eligibility for people to serve as town officers.
The main change will be to waive a residency requirement for someone to serve as town attorney. The board switched town attorneys several months ago and new legal counsel David Foster lives in Geneva.
Later on the agenda, the board will consider adopting the local law.
Others scheduled to address the board are Bob McGill of Waterloo, who will speak on air-quality monitoring, and Anwei Law and Jo Livermore, who will talk about the It’s A Wonderful Life Celebration scheduled for December.
Under new business, the board will:
• Consider a request to declare Oct. 7 as Coach George Davis Day in the community in honor of the late, legendary former Mynderse Academy football coach whose teams won numerous nine championships.
• Discuss the tentative 2018 town budget, schedule budget workshops and set a date for a public hearing.
• Discuss the health insurance coverage it plans to offer town employees and retirees in 2018.
• Introduce a local law to override the state’s 2018 property tax levy cap.
• Consider getting cost estimates for an updating of the town code book.