Falk said she talked to MacKay Meters, the vendor for the machines at Doubleday Field about upgrading to color screens. Those machines would cost $1,800 per machine to upgrade. MacKay, a Canadian company, did not submit a bid this year.
The board also unanimously voted to switch from a three-tier system of boat dock fees to a two-tier system, a move that will add about $1,000 to the village’s coffers. Less than eight feet of dockage will again cost $350 for residents this year and $700 for non-residents. Docks eight feet and greater will cost $400 for residents and $800 for non-residents.
The three-tier system was $350 for docks less than eight feet, $375 for 8 to 10 feet; and $400 for 10 feet and larger with prices doubled for non-residents.