UPDATE (8:20 p.m.): Chris Steers was tonight unanimously named the new Village Manager of Port Chester, effective Oct. 11.
The Port Chester Board of Trustees is slated to a talk about filling two key positions as it meets tonight at 7.
Up for discussion: Promoting Deputy Village Manager Chris Steers to village manager when leaves the job in October to move to Florida. Also, Janusz Richards of Port Chester is up for discussion to fill the vacant post of Port Chester Village Clerk.
The village clerk's job has been vacant since the retirement of Village Clerk this summer. In June, discussions about filling the job briefly looked at hiring Former Rye Town Supervisor . However, that effort failed.
The Board of Trustees was scheduled to talk about the possible appointments in a 6 p.m. closed-door "executive session" and then discuss the positions in public at the 7 p.m. meeting in the Village Court, 350 N. Main St.
Also on the agenda for tonight:
Agreement between the Village of Port Chester and B&H USA Grill (aka Cousin Frankie’s Grill) for outdoor seating on Village property at Rear 116 North Main St.
Final report on the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code Amendments/Map and the SEQR process.
Proposed Interim Local Law – amend Village Code establishing a Permit Amnesty Program.
Retain Halcrow, Inc. for professional engineering services with regard to the Marina Bulkhead.
Amend service agreement with PMA Management Corp. to May 31, 2013 for the Village of Port Chester Worker’s Compensation Program.
Tax lawsuit settlement with Pathmark Stores, Inc., Section 142.53, Block 1, Lot 5.
If you can't get to the board meeting, you can watch it live on the web.