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A New Frank—Items on the Agenda for City Council Wednesday – June 9, 2010

The city council's agenda for June 9, 2010 is out. See you at 8pm in the Council Room at Rye City Hall or on Cablevision
Channel 75 and Verizon Channel 39. We'll also see you on the Internet
(next day) at http://rye.peg.tv. The Council is expected to
adjourn into Executive Session at 7:31 p.m. to labor relations.

Let's check the batting order and highlights
from the 17 agenda items.

  • A New Frank. Resolution appointing a City Manager effective July 1,
    2010, establishing the terms and conditions of employment, and
    authorizing the Mayor to sign an employment agreement.
  • Open Mic. Residents may be heard who have matters to discuss that do
    not appear on the agenda. Always a crowd pleaser…
  • Doug's Details. Mayor’s Management Report – includes
    a litigation update.
  • Naming Rights. Discussion of request by the Recreation Commission to name a baseball
    field at Disbrow Park, “Founders Field”, in honor of the Rye Little League founders.
  • Child Care. Continuation of Public Hearing to change the City of Rye Zoning Code to
    include “child-care facilities” as a use in the B-1 District.
  • Appointments. One appointment to the Governmental Policy and Research Committee for a
    one-year term by the Mayor with Council approval and Designation of the Chair of the Governmental Policy and Research
    Committee by the Mayor.

The next regular meeting of the City Council will be held on Wednesday, July 14, 2010. The City Council will hold special meetings on the 2011 Budget on Monday, June 14, 2010 at 7:30 p.m.and Monday, June 28, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. and an off-week meeting on Monday, July 26, 2010.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Diff’rent Strokes

    Public disciple has thankfully evolved from the corporal military practices of the Napoleonic Wars yet at last night’s city council meeting viewers were treated to a modern day replacement for the navel ceremony of witnessing punishment as the Republican Party publically “touched up” their own.

    This discomforting “open mike” session brought us former Republican Party district leader and “whip” Sis D’Angelo slipping her cat-o-nine tails out of the bag and laying a clean dozen lashes on the new administration for municipal malingering as they sat seized to their chairs.

    Leaving aside the question as to whether each and every lash was deserved, the simple fact is that much of importance seems undone and unchanged and this puzzles and saddens those who supported the clean broom movement.

    Additional citizen discomfort awaited those watching Judge Carey later illuminate that apparently little or nothing has been done to form and seat the taxpayer drawn legal committee promised and pre-tasked by the new administration to rationalize and reorganize our wayward legal spending.

    If fact it seemed that with the meritorious Mr. Pickup now installed – a similar “fix is in” vetting process would now begin for Ms. Wilson. This looked suspiciously Plunkett-tonian in style and substance and no one living here will soon forget the past administration’s odious shenanigans and pratfalls in their pretzel-twisting abuse of our environmental laws.

    I say good riddance to real corporal punishment in all its forms but like a hot stove touched in error, a lesson highlighted by pain is one recalled. The voters were told the city would be whipped into shape – let’s please not falter in that goal.

  2. Ted darling –
    Slow down on the keypad – your typos are off the hook.
    You did rally and manage to somehow tie Kevin Plunkett to the current state of inertia on our esteemed City Council —
    although I don’t know that I’d spell “Plunketttonian” with 3 Ts.
    Regarding NAVEL —
    a good rule to remember ( don’t say I’ve never done anything for you, big guy )
    NAVAL is to hazing
    what NAVEL is to gazing.
    I just made that up, but I like it.
    For all your military allusions and metaphors I thought you’d differentiate the sailors from the fruit… er ah… the body part…oh never mind.
    They’re probably linked in some people’s minds, no?

  3. Yikes and thanks fellow writers – I plum missed that one!

    Diff’rent Strokes

    Public disciple has thankfully evolved from the corporal military practices of the Napoleonic Wars yet at last night’s city council meeting viewers were treated to a modern day replacement for the naval ceremony of witnessing punishment as the Republican Party publically “touched up” their own.

    This discomforting “open mike” session brought us former Republican Party district leader and “whip” Sis D’Angelo slipping her cat-o-nine tails out of the bag and laying a clean dozen lashes on the new administration for municipal malingering as they sat seized to their chairs.

    Leaving aside the question as to whether each and every lash was deserved, the simple fact is that much of importance seems undone and unchanged and this puzzles and saddens those who supported the clean broom movement.

    Additional citizen discomfort awaited those watching Judge Carey later illuminate that apparently little or nothing has been done to form and seat the taxpayer drawn legal committee promised and pre-tasked by the new administration to rationalize and reorganize our wayward legal spending.

    If fact it seemed that with the meritorious Mr. Pickup now installed – a similar “fix is in” vetting process would now begin for Ms. Wilson. This looked suspiciously Plunkett-tonian in style and substance and no one living here will soon forget the past administration’s odious shenanigans and pratfalls in their pretzel-twisting abuse of our environmental laws.

    I say good riddance to real corporal punishment in all its forms but like a hot stove touched in error, a lesson highlighted by pain is one recalled. The voters were told the city would be whipped into shape – let’s please not falter in that goal.

  4. And look at that now corrected un-disciplined use of discipline. Relying on MS Word spell check is like relying on government committees for budget fixes.

    Diff’rent Strokes

    Public discipline has thankfully evolved from the corporal military practices of the Napoleonic Wars yet at last night’s city council meeting viewers were treated to a modern day replacement for the naval ceremony of witnessing punishment as the Republican Party publically “touched up” their own.

    This discomforting “open mike” session brought us former Republican Party district leader and “whip” Sis D’Angelo slipping her cat-o-nine tails out of the bag and laying a clean dozen lashes on the new administration for municipal malingering as they sat seized to their chairs.

    Leaving aside the question as to whether each and every lash was deserved, the simple fact is that much of importance seems undone and unchanged and this puzzles and saddens those who supported the clean broom movement.

    Additional citizen discomfort awaited those watching Judge Carey later illuminate that apparently little or nothing has been done to form and seat the taxpayer drawn legal committee promised and pre-tasked by the new administration to rationalize and reorganize our wayward legal spending.

    If fact it seemed that with the meritorious Mr. Pickup now installed – a similar “fix is in” vetting process would now begin for Ms. Wilson. This looked suspiciously Plunkett-tonian in style and substance and no one living here will soon forget the past administration’s odious shenanigans and pratfalls in their pretzel-twisting abuse of our environmental laws.

    I say good riddance to real corporal punishment in all its forms but like a hot stove touched in error, a lesson highlighted by pain is one recalled. The voters were told the city would be whipped into shape – let’s please not falter in that goal.

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