Achievement Awards Presented to 2022 Harrison 10U Boys Baseball Section 3N Champions
The 2022 Harrison 10U Boys Baseball Section 3N Champions.
By Stephen E. Lipken
Harrison Mayor/Supervisor Richard Dionisio called the Wednesday, October 19th Town Board meeting to order, requesting a Moment of Silence “for those in Ukraine,” then presenting Achievement Awards to the 2022 Harrison 10U Boys Basketball Section 3N champions.
Certificates of Achievement were awarded to CJ Atanasio; Luca Balbi; Dean Colavito; Luke Gould; Josh Lewis; Nicholas Manalis; Jeffrey O’Connor; Rothschild; Roman Triano; Lachlan Waights and Sean Welgos. Coaches Richard O’ Connor and Jonny Rothschild appeared; Coach Brian Gould was not present.
Mayor Dionisio then announced the time and place for Veteran’s Day on Friday, November 11th at 10:00 a.m. in which Veterans will march from the West Harrison Fire House to the Veteran’s Monument, followed by several speeches as well as the Harrison High School Marching Band.
Next, an online auction company, Auctions International was approved by the Law Department to auction town vehicles and equipment online at no cost to the town.
Under Village Board Actions and Resolutions, Town Engineer Michael J. Amodeo requested the Purchasing Department to advertise and receive bids for Sanitary Sewer Phase 1 Rehabilitation, stemming from the initial Village-wide sanitary sewer study, entailing point repairs to the system town wide, at an estimated cost of $5,000,000. The Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project is being partially funded by the NYS Water Quality Improvement Project (WQIP) Grant which the Town was awarded $5,000,000 with 75% reimbursement rate.
Amadeo then requested $2,000,000 for lining the system in the Winfield and Trails area as part of the Sanitary Sewer Phase 1 Rehabilitation Project, partially funded by NYS WQIP.
Other Town Engineer requests included hiring Peter Gisolfi Associates for Landscape Architecture Design Services for the West Harrison Library Reading Garden Project at a cost not to exceed $5,000 and West Harrison Library Window Replacement Project at cost not to exceed $3,500.