Town of Busti, NY
Chautauqua County
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[Adopted 1-20-1999 by L.L. No. 1-1999 (Art. 82 of the 1989 Code)]
It is the intent of this article to provide an equitable basis for establishing and imposing a user charge system for the Vukote Drainage District of the Town of Busti. The Town Board finds that dredging and improvement to the Vukote Canals is essential to assure continued use of the canals. The Town Board also finds the dredging and improvement of the canals enhances the value and especially benefits every residential property and every buildable lot within the drainage district. The Town Board also finds that the operation of drainage districts is to be financed on a benefit basis and that a unit charge assessment levied on each residential unit and buildable lot is the appropriate mechanism to finance the operation of the Vukote Drainage District.
As used in this article, the following terms shall mean and include:
CANALS
All the man-made canals (collectively) shown on the Vukote Drainage District Map.
DISTRICT
The Vukote Drainage District of the Town of Busti, as formed by order of the Town Board of the Town of Busti, dated October 1, 1968, and further defined in the Vukote Drainage District Map.
UNIT
Each residence and the lots contiguous thereto under common ownership shall constitute a "unit." Each vacant building lot or collection of lots under ownership by the same family of sufficient size to be eligible for a building permit to construct a single-family residence thereon shall also constitute a "unit." Each unit shall be numbered and defined as follows:
Unit No.
Section-Block-Lot(s)
1998 Tax Map Owner (as of 11-1-1998)
1
17-13-32, 33
Ahlgren, Richard and Sara
2
17-3-21, 22
Albaugh, Mary
3
17-12-26, 27, 28, 29
Anderson, Gary
4
17-4-4, 5, 6
Anderson, Robert Jr. and Michelle
5
17-13-3
Anderson, Roger and Mary Ann
6
17-11-11, 12
Bamberg, William and Rita
7
17-3-23, 24
Barney, Carol Anderson et al
8
17-13-23, 24
Barron, Clifford and Paula
9
17-3-27, 28
Bourkney, Thomas and Ann Marie
10
17-4-7
Bullers, Clay and Kathleen
11
17-13-6
Bullers, Kathleen (Kulscar)
12
17-3-14
Burnett, Robert
13
17-12-20, 21
Caliano, Joanne
14
17-10-1.2
Cartwright, Jack and Joanne
15
17-12-2
Chaut, Real Estate Solutions
16
17-12-25
Clark, William and Carol
17
17-11-6,7
Cowles, Jeffrey and Marcie
18
17-4-12.2
Creek, Leonard and Patricia
19
17-3-19, 20
DePietro, Raymond and Sally
20
17-12-15, 16
Delio, Gregory and Sylvia
21
17-12-18, 19
Delio, Gregory and Sylvia
22
17-3-18
DeVlieger, Harold and Linda
23
17-11-1
Disque, Betty and Joseph
24
17-9-9
Dunkirk and Fredonia Telephone
25
17-10-4
Fairley, Harry and Marlene
26
17-2-47
Foe, Lawrence
27
17-12-4, 5
Futch, Richard and Bernadette
28
17-13-38, 39, 40
Gianni and Anthony
29
17-12-22, 23
Gifford, Burdette and Mary
30
17-3-9, 10
Gilbride, Sean
31
17-4-10
Green, Mallory and Joan
32
17-11-17, 18, 19
Hajduk, Timothy and Jodi
33
17-3-12
Haley, Rosemary
34
17-4-13
Hare, William and Linda
35
17-4-15
Henry, Fred and Linda
36
17-4-16
Henry, Fredrick
37
17-13-5
Herbold, Gary
38
17-11-5
Herr, Kevin and Connie
39
17-13-34, 35, 36, 37
Imiola, Daniel and Lynette
40
17-13-4
Johnson, Edward and Eleanor
41
17-10-3
Jones, Kenneth and Alice
42
17-9-3, 4
Karpin, John and Hazel
43
17-9-5, 6
Karpin, John and Hazel
44
17-12-1
Kartesz, Frank and Coralie
45
17-4-1, 2
Kelly, David
46
17-13-11
Kochan, Kurt
47
17-4-3
Koterass, Harry and Marquin
48
17-11-20, 21, 22
Krieger, Susan
49
17-13-31
Krueger, Kenneth and Dolores
50
17-11-15, 16
Larson, Jack and Paula
51
17-12-17
Larson, Jack and Paula
52
17-13-29
Larson, Robert
53
17-3-6
Leave, Carl and Margaret
54
17-12-30
Lerminiaux, Henry
55
17-3-29
Locke, James and Norman
56
17-9-7, 8
Marcinick, John and Kay
57
17-3-7, 8
Mayeski, Jennifer
58
17-13-16
Miller, Melvin and Renee
59
17-13-15
McKosa and Popielski
60
17-3-16
Monaco, Edmund and Pamela
61
17-4-14
Nagle, Velma
62
17-13-9, 10
Napoleon, Gustave
63
17-13-18
Nelson, Edwin Jr.
64
17-3-13
Niewczyk, Stephen
65
17-3-11
Nowak, Janet
66
17-3-15
Obrien, Daniel and Frances
67
17-5-17.1
Paluch, Richard and Virginia
68
17-3-25, 26
Paluch, Ronald and Gail
69
17-13-17
Panicali, Richard and Geraldine
70
17-12-7
Pascucci, James and Bonita
71
17-11-10
Pascucci, Thomas and Margaret
72
17-12-12, 13
Pascucci, Thomas and Margaret
73
17-12-31, 32, 33, 34
Peltier, Tom and Karen
74
17-12-35.1, 35.2
Peters, Robert
75
17-13-2
Peterson, Rodney and Barbara
76
17-10-5
Pintagro, Carl
77
17-12-3
Reardon, Scott
78
17-13-27
Rein, Scott
79
17-13-13
Rey, Barbara Bennett
80
17-13-1
Rockwell, David et al
81
17-3-1
Rolfe, Bradley
82
17-3-3
Rolfe, Bradley
83
17-11-8, 9
Ronan, William Jr. and Leslie
84
17-13-41, 42.1
Sampson, Gerald
85
17-12-10
Seder, Richard and Ruth
86
17-12-8
Semrau, Dennis
87
17-11-2
Shilanski, Thomas and Linda
88
17-13-20
Siller, Jennifer
89
17-13-26
Spiesman, Raymond and Edith
90
17-13-12
Stanley, Richard and Judith
91
17-11-23
Starr, Gary
92
17-12-14
Stone, Leo and Carol
93
17-11-13
Stone, Leo III and Carole
94
17-3-17
Stone, Leo Jr. and Ellen
95
17-13-21, 22
Suplicki, Ronald and Geraldine
96
17-12-6
Swanson, Charles Jr. and Colleen
97
17-6-3.1
Swanson and Ashley
98
17-1-1
Thurber, Charles and Ella
99
17-2-1
Trimpey, Miles and Linda
100
17-13-7, 8
Turner, Christine
101
17-13-25
Ulster Savings Bank
102
17-5-1
Walsh, Jeffrey and Jean
103
17-13-14
Ward, Robert and Diane
104
17-13-42.2
Weiser, Paul and Vivian
105
17-9-1, 2
Wells, Timothy
106
17-11-4
Wyzkowski, James and Charmaine
107
17-12-24
Yerico, Joseph and Deborah
A. 
Beginning with the 2000 District Budget and Town/County/District tax levy, the Town Board hereby imposes on District real property especially benefited a fixed charge assessment on each benefited unit within the District in an amount sufficient to meet the costs of the District, including operation, maintenance and debt service costs of the District.
B. 
The District unit assessment is levied and is to be collected against the designated real property on a benefit basis pursuant to §§ 202-b and 202-a of the Town Law.
C. 
The Town Board is hereby authorized to adopt resolutions deemed essential, if necessary, to implement, apply and collect the above unit charge assessment.
The unit assessment shall be levied annually with the January Town/County/District tax levy and, if unpaid, shall constitute a lien upon the real property so levied and benefited as in the same manner as ad valorem assessments levied by the Town of Busti.