The Lynbrook Village Board will hold its monthly business meeting tonight inside Village Hall at 8 p.m. following a work session that starts at 7 p.m.
During the work session, the board plans to ratify a resolution pertaining to Hurricane Sandy, designate polling places and inspectors for the upcoming village elections, and vote on the disposal of surplus equipment. Village officials will also vote on four contracts regarding the renewal of illegal housing inspectors, Hewlett Harbor library services, waste disposal and fire hose testing.
The board will also conduct public hearings on two proposed local laws pertaining to bamboo and commuter parking, and reschedule four others to February.
Also on the agenda for the work session are parking permits, summer hires, proposed repairs for the public library and a request for a taxi license.
Tonight's business meeting will include reports from the Chamber of Commerce and village departments, and two presentations -- one from the Health and Wellness Committee, and the other from Matt Kelly, of the U.S. Department of State. There is also an item on the agenda regarding works comp insurance.
The full agenda can be viewed here.
Look for coverage of the Jan. 14 meeting on Patch later this week.