The approval on the SEQRA hearing about the village boat dock revitalization project came after officials determined that the project would not affect the environment in any detrimental way.
The trustees also passed two suggestions from the Doubleday Field committee. They voted to officially increase Doubleday Field rentals to four games a day for tournament rentals and to allow HOF president Jeff Idelson to set up a system to gather data from customers next year. The fourth game rentals, which were offered unofficially to tournaments, will be at full price.
“This way you don’t have to have secret information to know it is available,” trustee Cindy Falk said.
Katz, Falk and trustees Ellen Tillapaugh and Jim Dean all voted for the changes. Trustees Lou Allstadt, Joan Nicols and Bruce Maxson were not at the meeting meaning all four remaining votes were needed for any measure to pass.