FAQ for Board of Trustees

1. What is a public meeting?
All meetings held by the Village Boards at the Village Hall are all open to the public.
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2. What is SEQR?
SEQR refers to a State Environmental Quality Review. It is a process by which environmental agencies review an application for impacts on the environment. A 'positive' or 'negative' declaration will be conditional upon the findings of the request.
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3. What is a non-municipal use permit?
A non-municipal use permit is required of all organizations for their particular designated purpose such as a parade, Boy Scout activities, and the like.
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4. What are the rules about advertising my non-profit organization's event?
A letter of permission must be submitted to the Board of Trustees stated the specifics regarding the event. This letter will be presented at the nearest Trustee meeting for consideration.
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5. What is a public hearing?
A public hearing is a forum by which village residents can come before the Boards and applicant and have the authority to voice their opinions upon a given subject.
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