|It is hereby certified that:
|FIRST: TOWN OF GENOA is a public corporation as defined in Section 66 of the General Construction Law of the State of New York.
|SECOND: The name of the public corporation is: TOWN OF GENOA
|THIRD: The principal location of the public corporation is in the county of: CAYUGA
|FOURTH: The public corporation hereby designates the Secretary of State of the State of New York as its agent upon whom a Notice of Claim against the public corporation may be served.
|FIFTH: The name, post office address and email address of an officer, person or designee, nominee or other agent-in-fact to which the Secretary of State shall transmit a copy of any Notice of Claim served upon the Secretary of State as the Public Corporation’s agent is:
|SIXTH: The time limit for service of a Notice of Claim upon the public corporation is: Pursuant to General Municipal Law § 50-e a claimant has 90 days from the date of accrual of a tort claim to file a notice of claim.
|SEVENTH: Any statutory provisions uniquely pertaining to the public corporation and the commencement of an action or proceeding against it are as follows: However, GML § 53 only applies to tort and related notices of claims servable under GML § 50-e and does not apply to other notices of claim that may relate to other claims against the Town, such as those sounding in contract as governed by Town Law § 65(3), pre-existing condition notices arising in relation to highway, culvert or bridge defects or conditions (Town Law § 65-a), or claims for damages for compensation for property taken by condemnation (see generally, Town Law § 67(3) and the NYS Eminent Domain Proceedings Law). I would include this in the comment section on the online filing form. The statutory provisions are discussed above, but this GML § 53 statute only applies to § 50-e claims and notices of claim.
|EIGHTH: The New York State Vendor Identification Number (Vendor ID) for the public corporation is: REDACTED
|Note: If the public corporation does not have a Vendor ID issued by the Office of the State Comptroller the Department of State will contact the public corporation regarding issuance of a Vendor ID when fees for service of Notices of Claim are available for distribution. The public corporation will not receive distributions of its share of fees for service of Notices of Claim until it has been assigned a Vendor ID by the Office of the State Comptroller.
|NINTH: Distributions to the public corporation for its share of fees for service of Notices of Claim will be sent to the following Remittance Address: