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May 23, 2006

 

 

 

A Workshop Meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Roxbury was held on May 23, 2006 at 1715 Route 46, Ledgewood, New Jersey at 7:30 p.m.

                                                                                                                                      

OPEN PUBLIC MEETING STATEMENT

Adequate notice of this meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Roxbury was given as required by the Open Public Meetings act as follows:  Notice was faxed to the Daily Record, the Newark Star Ledger and the Roxbury Register on January 5, 2006; notice was posted on the bulletin board in the main hallway of the Municipal Building on January 5, 2006.

 

ROLL CALL: (Present) Councilwoman Kathy DeFillippo, Councilmen Fred Hall, Jim Rilee, Tim Smith and Deputy Mayor John Ciaramella

 

ALSO PRESENT: Christopher Raths, Township Manager; Bob Oostdyk, Acting Township Attorney; BettyLou DeCroce, Township Clerk and Mary Jane Parr Administrative Aide

 

ABSENT:  Mayor Martin Schmidt and Councilman Richard Zoschak

 

Anthony Bucco, Township Attorney arrived at the meeting at 9:00p.m.

 

REPORTS OF COUNCIL LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES, COUNCIL COMMITTEES AND NEW BUSINESS/OLD BUSINESS

 

New Business

 

Councilman Fred Hall stated that he attended the Board of Education meeting last Monday and that the recommended cuts by Council were implemented.

 

Councilman Hall stated he attended the Cable Committee Meeting with an individual from Cable Vision who was not at liberty to negotiate anything with the Township, he just gave pointers, due to the new rules that recently went into effect throughout the State of New Jersey.  A system wide franchise was discussed. If the Cable Company goes to the State, they pay 4% franchise fee and the municipality gets 3.5% plus the Municipalities will get cable connections to all of the Schools and Fire Departments.

 

Mr. Raths stated that Makin Lane paving and Horseshoe Lake paving is all completed as of today per Rick Blood, Assistant Director of Public Works. Mr. Raths commended the Recreation Committee and Stacy Company for doing a great job in filling in potholes.

 

Councilman Fred Hall stated new striping for bike lanes will be coming.

 

Councilman Tim Smith stated he met with the Water/Sewer Committee last Friday and a copy of that agenda is in Communications. Discussion took place on how once the Moratorium is lifted, Wellfleet is first in line to receive water and Mr. Smith stated that a report will be provided to show who is getting water and when.  Fred Hall asked when the Moratorium would be lifted.  Councilman Smith stated that possibly at the end of this month.

 

Mr. Raths stated we are looking around July or August to lift the moratorium.  Tim Smith stated that the D.E.P. wants the town to provide the numbers to them.  Mr. Raths stated that Mike Kobylarz is working on a memo in regards to this.  Mr. Smith stated that a letter will go out to residents who requested water stating that the moratorium will be lifted and that they can connect to the water.

 

Councilman Smith stated that water conservation is a top priority per the MUA and they are concerned about a drought situation and conservation of our water. We should suggest that residents use odd/even days for using water for watering lawns and washing cars.  Councilman Rilee agrees and stated we should leave the odd/even rule in place.  Mr. Raths stated that no summonses were issued last year and that the residents normally comply.

 

Councilman Smith stated that we had an excellent outcome with the Muscarelle case in negotiations in regards to water and utility issues.

 

Councilwoman Kathy DeFillippo commented about Ward 2 at the Berkshire Valley Fire House Town Meeting, which was held last week and approximately 15 people showed up. The majority seemed concerned about the traffic light at Route 46 & Dell Avenue. Chief Noll of the Roxbury Police Department did a presentation and had an officer go with the Resident to Route 46 and Dell Avenue to see exactly what their complaint was about. 

 

Councilman Tim Smith stated Berkshire Valley Park did not get the CDBG Grant and we should improve the park at this site anyway. Mr. Smith stated there is speeding on Mill Road and it is being used as a cut through to get to Route 15.  Mr. Raths stated that this is a capital project, unless we try again for another CDBG Grant.

 

Councilman Rilee stated there are some drainage issues on Gordon Road.

 

Councilman Rilee stated he wanted to thank Councilwoman DeFillippo again for coming up with the idea to go into each individual Ward for an informal town meeting.

 

Councilman Ciaramella stated that the next Economic Development Committee meeting is June 1st in Council Chambers at 7:00 p.m.

 

Mr. Raths stated tomorrow the Historic Commission will be walking at 5:30 pm at the Basin Park off of Emmans Road in Ledgewood.

 

Mr. Raths stated that effective July 1, 2006 the recycling center will be closed on weekdays. The hours of operation will be Saturday & Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

Mr. Raths also commented on “The to Do List,” which is a simple list that illustrates projects which will be completed within the Township which is located in the lobby.  Mr. Raths also stated that the map of the new trail system will be completed in the middle of June and an Eagle Scout is completing the project, which will include 1.9 miles of trails.

 

Old Business

A.      Procurement Policy

B.     Appointments

                                   i.      Rockaway River Watershed Cabinet—1 Member, 1-year term.

                                 ii.      Economic Development Committee—1 Member, 3-year term.

                                iii.      Raritan Highlands Compact—2 Members

 

Mayor Schmidt stated that these appointments should remain on the Agenda and if any Council Member has recommendations to fill a position to provide a resume.
 
PUBLIC PORTION

 

Keith Nicholson

298 Hillside Avenue

Succasunna

 

Mr. Nicholson wants to make sure that Council will support the Nicholson’s issue with the developer of Deer View Estates in regards to the waterline passing through their property until it is resolved.  Mr. Raths assured the Nicholson’s that the Town would not issue a Certificate of Occupancy until it is resolved.  Mr. Nicholson’s stated that his attorney advised him that this issue could take a while to resolve.

 

Mr. Geffert

1 Riggs Avenue

Landing

 

Mr. Geffert stated that there is a wall of dirt at the McNear property.  Mr. Raths stated that our Engineering Department is working on this and that he also needs to contact the Department of Environmental Protection.  Mr. Geffert stated to Council that he is not happy with the daily operations that are taking place at the McNear property.

 

Russ Vanderbush

3 Budd Street

Kenvil

 

Mr. Vanderbush stated that there are four (4) unregistered vehicles in his neighborhood and he has sent 5 e-mails to the Town regarding this problem located on the corner of Ferromonte Avenue, number 8 and 11.  Mr. Raths stated that the problem is that the owners are not living in the house and the property is up for sale.  Councilman Ciaramella suggested to Mr. Raths that he call the listing agent to get the owners whereabouts.

 

Mr. Vanderbush commented on compression brakes and how they should not be allowed to be used on residential streets.  Mr. Smith suggested we could post signs even if we don’t have an ordinance to enforce it.  Mr. Raths stated he would follow-up on this matter with Rick Blood and keep Council advised.

 

Mr. Vanderbush also stated that he does not like the vehicles for sale by owner and the town should keep on top of it.

 

Councilman Rilee stated that we are working on revitalizing the Kenvil area of the Township.    Mr. Vanderbush stated that at the old Howard Cleaners there was a tractor-trailer parked there over night.  Mr. Vanderbush stated he also saw a box truck parked on Route 46 and that this is a major security risk.

 

Mr. Vanderbush also stated that Motorcycles should be limited to where they can be displayed and that this is also a problem at the Kawasaki dealership and the Jack Trebour facility.  Mr. Raths will follow up.

 

Councilman Smith stated we should be focusing on zoning issues and the master plan in the area of Kenvil and he questioned Mr. Raths if we can set up a Rt. 46 management chart and have Mr. Potere out there enforcing our ordinances.  Mr. Raths stated that we do have Police Officer Silvio Valdes and Tom Potere, Zoning Officer working on enforcement.

 

Councilman Hall agrees with Mr. Vanderbush that we need to do more, maybe we should review our Zoning Ordinance.

 

Mr. Vanderbush stated that repeat offenders need to be dealt with.  Mr. Vanderbush stated he does not know why with all the township vehicles that travel up and down the highway, why no one reports violations that are in plain view.  Mr. Raths will discuss this issue with his departments.

 

Councilman Smith stated that Gary Dreschel would be at the next Economic Development Committee meeting next Thursday.  Mr. Smith will be asking Mr. Dreschel what his views are on redevelopment of the Kenvil section of town.

 

Gary Behrens

195 Drake Lane

Ledgewood

 

Mr. Behrens of the Planning Board stated he attended the Planning Board staff meeting earlier today and wanted to announce that BMW is leasing the Frank’s Nursery property and the lease is good for 70 – 75 years.

 

Mr. Behrens stated that he does agree with Mr. Vanderbush in regards to the Jack Trebour 4-wheelers that are parked outside on Route 46 and they have been out there for awhile and final approval from the Planning Board  restricted parking the 4-wheelers where they are.

 

Mr. Behrens also stated that Barnes & Noble wants to demolish their building and build a new one double the size of it behind the original building. The new building would be approximately 25,000 square feet.  The current Barnes & Noble is 13, 000 square feet.  Mr. Behrens also stated that the attorney representing Barnes & Noble also implied that their may be some work also done on the Mall itself.

 

Mr. Behrens also stated that the minutes of the Council meetings and Planning Board meetings are not on the township web-site as of 6:00 p.m. tonight, February 28, 2006 is the last posted Council meeting and March 15, 2006 is the last Planning Board meeting which is posted on the township’s web site.

 

Ms. DeCroce stated that she has talked to Mr. Kuncken numerous times about getting the Minutes in a timely fashion on the web site.

 

Mr. Behrens stated he wanted to bring this issue up tonight because this is the second time he has looked at the web site and it does him no good to look at Minutes that are two or three months old.

 

Mr. Raths stated that he would discuss the posting of the Minutes with Mr. Kuncken tomorrow morning.

 

Mr. Behrens stated the minutes should be put on in a timely fashion and that it is the Month of May and the last set of Council meeting Minutes on the web site is February.

 

Councilman Hall stated that the next time we have our Shared Services Meeting with the schools perhaps they can provide us with some services to help expedite Minutes on the Township web page.  Councilman Hall asked Mr. Raths if he could put this item on the next Agenda.  Mr. Raths stated yes he would.

 

Mr. Behrens questioned Council if all the Minutes had to be put on the web page by just one person or if anyone in the Clerk’s Office could post them on the web page.

 

Ms. DeCroce stated that she would be happy to put the Minutes on the web page herself if she had the capabilities.  Ms. DeCroce stated that she would discuss this with Mr. Kuncken.

 

Mr. Behrens questioned Council about the approval of the cable franchise.  Councilman Hall stated this creates more competition for cable and internet services in the state and competitive prices when the Municipal franchise or State take over, and a 3.5% fee from the cable company is given to the Municipality along with some cable connections for our schools.

 

Councilwoman DeFillippo stated she has been concerned about the Kenvil section of town also and she has contacted Mr. Raths about the eyesore across the street from Ramsey’s and it is her understanding that we don’t have a property maintenance code according to Mr. Raths.  Mr. Raths stated we do not have the property maintenance code and if we do get such a code we do not have the staff as of this time to enforce it.

 

Councilman Rilee stated he agrees with Councilwoman DeFillippo comments and that he would be in favor of looking at a property maintenance code.  Mr. Raths will look into this.

 

Mr. Oostdyk stated that a property maintenance code would enable the town to prioritize enforcing the maintenance of a certain area of the Township.  Mr. Ciaramella would like additional information form Mr. Bucco on this issue.

 

MATTERS REQUESTED/REFERRED BY COUNCIL MEMBERS, MANAGER, ATTORNEY OR CLERK

A.      Application to Amend Raffles License No. RA: 1269 by St. Therese Church.

B.     Application to Amend Raffles License No. RA: 1274 by St. Therese Rosary Alter Society.

C.     Letter from Ms. Miner requesting Block Party.

D.     Letter from Ms. Fleming requesting Block Party.

E.     E-mail from Joan Fischer, Raritan Highlands, requesting a letter of support for 319h Grant Application for Burnet Brook.

 

Councilman Rilee made a motion to move items A, B, C, D and E on the Agenda.  Councilman Smith seconded the motion.

 

ROLL CALL:        Mr. Rilee – Yes                                          Mr. Smith – Yes

                              Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                                 Mr. Hall – Yes, Abstain on A & B

                              Deputy Mayor Ciaramella – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 – 0 with 2 Abstentions

 

                                                                                                                                                               

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

May 9, 2006   Regular

May 9, 2006   Executive Session

 

Councilman Rilee made a motion to approve the May 9, 2006 Regular and Executive Minutes.  Councilman Smith seconded the motion.

 

ROLL CALL:        Mr. Rilee – Yes                                          Mr. Smith – Yes

                              Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                                 Mr. Hall – Yes

                              Deputy Mayor Ciaramella – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 – 0

 

DRAFT ORDINANCES FOR DISCUSSION

None

 

INTRODUCTION OF PROPOSED ORDINANCES

None

 

HEARING AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING             

 

17-06    An ordinance to amend and supplement Chapter II, Administrative Code, Section 2-17, Officers and Employees Generally, of the Revised General Ordinances of the Township of Roxbury, County of Morris, State of New Jersey.

 

Councilman Rilee made a motion to open Ordinance 17-06 to the Public.  Councilman Smith seconded the motion.

 

ROLL CALL:        Mr. Rilee – Yes                                          Mr. Smith – Yes

                              Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                                 Mr. Hall – Yes

                              Deputy Mayor Ciaramella – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 – 0

 

No Public Input

 

Councilman Rilee made a motion to close Ordinance 17-06 to the Public.  Councilman Smith seconded the motion.

 

ROLL CALL:        Mr. Rilee – Yes                                          Mr. Smith – Yes

                              Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                                 Mr. Hall – Yes

                              Deputy Mayor Ciaramella – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 – 0

 

Councilman Rilee made a motion to adopt Ordinance 17-06 to the Public.  Councilman Smith seconded the motion.

 

ROLL CALL:        Mr. Rilee – Yes                                          Mr. Smith – Yes

                              Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                                 Mr. Hall – Yes

                              Deputy Mayor Ciaramella – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 – 0

 

DRAFT RESOLUTION FOR DISCUSSION

None

 

INTRODUCTION AND ADOPTION OF RESOLUTIONS

06-176  A resolution incorporating by reference herein and approving the following numbered resolutions listed on the workshop council meeting agenda for this date: 06-177, 06-178, 06-179, 06-180, 06-181, 06-182, 06-183, 06-184, 06-187, 06-188, 06-189, 06-190

 
Councilman Rilee made a motion to adopt Resolution 06-176.  Councilman Smith seconded the motion.

 

ROLL CALL:    Mr. Rilee – Yes w/recusal on ck# 39968              Mr. Smith – Yes

                          Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                                              Mr. Hall – Yes

                          Deputy Mayor Ciaramella – Yes w/recussals on ck #39962 & 39966

 

Motion Carried 5 – 0 with recusal on checks no. 39962, 39966 and 39968

 

06-177  A resolution amending Resolution 06—165 authorizing the release of Cash Bond No. 2003-248 in connection with a Major Soil Relocation Permit for Ledgewood Management LLC Block 6501, Lot 1 & 2.

 

06-178  A resolution authorizing salaries and compensation for employees for the year 2006.

 

06-179  A resolution authorizing the insertion of an item of revenue in the 2006 Budget for supplemental funding for Municipal Alliance on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Program Grant.

 

06-180  A resolution authorizing the insertion of an item of revenue in the 2006 Budget for supplemental funding for Clean Communities Grant Program.

 

06-181 A resolution authorizing the award of a contract to Tilcon New York Incorporated for milling and paving of Horseshoe Lake and Makin Lane.

 

06-182  A resolution authorizing the acceptance of the maintenance bond and approving the release of the performance guarantee and final payment to Diamond construction, Brick, NJ for Succasunna Area Sidewalk Construction—Contract C.

 

06-183  A resolution authorizing the release of a Performance Guarantee posted for Right-of-Way Excavation Permit No. MAR0906, Block 3902, Lot 6, Nicholas Cianciotto, 60 North Hillside Avenue, Kenvil.

 

06-184  A resolution authorizing the release of the Performance Bond for Soil Stabilization for Block 101, Lot 3.10, 21 Reger Road within the development known as Fairways Edge at Flanders Valley.

 

06-185 - HOLD A resolution authorizing the award of a Professional Engineering Services Contract to Thomas Grau, P.E., of Hatch Mott MacDonald for general engineering services – Year 2006 for the Water Utility.

 

06-186 - HOLD A resolution authorizing the award of a Professional Engineering Services Contract to Thomas Grau, P.E., of Hatch Mott MacDonald for general engineering services – Year 2006 for the Sewer Utility.

 

06-187  A resolution authorizing refund of zoning permit fee monies previously deposited with the Township of Roxbury for development matters pursuant to Chapter XIII (Land Use) of the Revised General Ordinances of the Township of Roxbury.

 

06-188  A resolution of the Township of Roxbury opposing the State Department of Transportation Property Tax Subsidy.

 

06-189  A resolution authorizing the award of a contract to Tony’s Concrete Construction for the installation of install curbing.

 

06-190  A resolution authorizing payment of bills.

 

COMMUNICATIONS
 May 12, 2006

 

#9 – Mayors Fax Advisory from William G. Dressel, Jr., Executive Director of NJLM dated May 9, 2006 RE: Senate Committee Sub. For S-477 Healthcare Tax – Councilman Rilee stated that we need to do a Resolution for this.

 

#14 – Fax Correspondence from Anthony Bucco, Esq., Township Attorney to Christopher Raths, Township Manager dated May 11, 2006 RE: Non-Exclusive License Agreement – Township of Roxbury and Ledgewood Park Preservation Society, Inc. – Councilwoman DeFillippo stated that we need to be more specific in regards to the size of the Lean To’s.  Deputy Mayor Ciaramella stated we should wait to discuss this matter when Mr. Bucco arrives.

 

 

 May 19, 2006

 

#3 - Mayors Fax Advisory from William G. Dressel, Jr., Executive Director of NJLM dated May 12, 2006 RE: Solid Waste Facilities at Railroad Yards – Councilman Smith stated that we should support this by writing a letter to Congressman Frelinghuysen. Ms. DeCroce stated she would write the letter to all of the U.S. Senate Members and to Congressman Frelinghuysen.

 

Councilman Smith made a motion for the Township Clerk to write a letter to Congressman Frelinghuysen and to all.  Councilman Rilee seconded the motion.

 

ROLL CALL:        Mr. Smith – Yes                                          Mr. Rilee – Yes

                              Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                                 Mr. Hall – Yes

                              Deputy Mayor Ciaramella – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 – 0

 

#14 – Interoffice Memo from Christopher Raths to BettyLou DeCroce dated May 15, 2006 RE: Annual Report from Manager for June 2006 Newsletter – Councilman Hall stated that this is a good report to include in the Newsletter and shows all the progress being made in the Township.

 

#16 – Correspondence from Richard Spitzer Sr., Resident, Block #8001, Lot 11 to Mr. Raths dated May 16, 2006 RE: Repaving of Conklin Road – Councilman Hall questioned Mr. Raths if this has been completed.  Mr. Raths stated that the paving is scheduled for May 30, 2006.

 

#18 – PRESS RELEASES from the Roxbury Township Police – All dated May 10, 2006 – Councilman Hall questioned if this was legal to have the names of the individuals listed in the press releases.  Mr. Oostdyk stated that if it comes from the Prosecutors Office it is.  Mr. Raths stated that this is in response to the Public’s concern and also the Council’s concern in regards to being notified of what is happening as far as the Police Department goes.

 

Councilwoman DeFillippo stated she does recall conversations with the Public where they have questioned Council why they don’t supply information in the Police Blotter.

Councilwoman DeFillippo stated that about a week ago she had received a call from a reporter of the Star Ledger newspaper upset because the reporter could not gather information from the Police Department regarding one of our Police Officers that was involved in a automobile accident.  Ms. DeFillippo stated that she took the reporters name and contacted Mr. Raths and he followed up on it and contacted the Chief Noll.  Ms. DeFillippo went on to state that the reporter felt that she was being stonewalled and that because this incident happened in Roxbury, she felt the need to pursue it further.  Ms. DeFillippo was told in the future just to transfer these kinds of calls to the front desk of the Police Station.  Ms. DeFillippo thought that this response was just another form of stonewalling and did not agree with that response.

 

Ms. DeCroce stated that some names have come out of the Police Department of individuals that were over 18 years of age that were not completely accurate information and now the Township is being sued over that issue and that it may be in the best interest of the Township if Council and the Public does not receive such information until everything involving the case has been deemed accurate and released by the Police Department.

 

Mr. Raths stated we need to ask the Chief to supply Council with his policy regarding the release of information to the Press so that we can discuss it further.

 

Ms. DeFillippo stated there is a way to tactfully talk to the Press and just by the way the Press was treated it made it into a much bigger issue than it actually was.

 

Ms. DeCroce stated that the Open Public Records Act is available to everyone (general Public and the Press) if they want to request any information.

 

Mr. Raths stated if a report is not finished the Police Department is not going to release any information until it is complete.  Mr. Raths agreed with Ms. DeFillippo that if you are upfront with the Reporters and just let them know that the report is not complete and someone will get back to them would be more appropriate.

 

Councilman Hall stated the reporter Ms. DeFillppo spoke to never contacted him and Councilman Smith stated that he has caller ID and did not receive any calls from the Star Ledger.

 

Mr. Raths stated that in the future that Council may give out his home telephone number if this situation ever arises again.

 

Councilman Hall questioned Mr. Raths if the Schools have been notified that this type of information is being released.  Mr. Raths stated he does not know, but can find out.  Mr. Hall stated that as a matter of good policy we should inform the schools.

 

#23 – Correspondence from Barker Hamill, Chief – Bureau of Safe Drinking Water, NJDEP to Frank Grisi, Board of Health dated May 8, 2006 RE: Potable Well Water Analysis in the Vicinity of Shell Service Station, 177 Lakeside Blvd., Landing – Councilman Smith asked Mr. Raths to discuss this.  Mr. Raths stated that the well is within the standards, but not at the correct temperature.  Mr. Kobylarz and Mr. Sutton have contacted the State in regards to this topic.

 

#26 – Correspondence from Susan Bass Levin, Commissioner, Department of Community Affairs, State of N.J. dated May 5, 2006 RE: N.J. Brownfields Program – Councilwoman DeFillippo questioned if this was worth pursuing and if we had any property in the Township that qualified as Brownfield sites.  Mr. Raths stated he would get a list together for Council to review and also get a description as to what does qualify as a Brownfields site.

 

Ms. DeFillippo brought up again Communications of May 12, 2006 since Mr. Bucco is now present at the meeting to discuss item #14 – Fax Correspondence from Anthony Bucco, Esq., Township Attorney to Christopher Raths, Township Manager dated May 11, 2006 RE: Non-Exclusive License Agreement – Township of Roxbury and Ledgewood Park Preservation Society, Inc. – Councilwoman DeFillippo stated that we need to be more specific in regards to the size of the Lean To’s.  Ms. DeFillippo stated she is very concerned that these can be made to be very large.

 

Mr. Bucco stated that he could be more specific as to the size of the Lean To’s.  Ms. DeFillippo stated we should be more specific.  Deputy Mayor Ciaramella stated we should detail the maximum size of the Lean To’s into the Agreement.

 

Councilman Rilee is concerned that the Scouts may seem to think that the Public is not allowed access to the area while they are camping on it and it should be written into the Agreement.

 

Mr. Bucco stated that there is a provision in the Agreement, which states that it is theirs to use in conjunction with the Township.

 

Mr. Rilee stated that the wording he read in the original Agreement that whatever work they do, the Boy Scouts want to be reimbursed for it.  Mr. Bucco stated that has been taken out of the Agreement.

 

Mr. Raths stated after speaking with some of the Scout Leaders he did get the impression that they thought this was an Exclusive Agreement.  Councilman Rilee stated then we definitely should spell it our for them in the Agreement about other residents having the right to walk, hike, fish and be on said property.

 

Mr. Bucco advised Council that it currently states that this is a Non-Exclusvie Agreement.  Mr. Rilee wants it spelled out in the Agreement so there is no misunderstanding of the definitions.

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION

06-191     A resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Roxbury, in the County of Morris, New Jersey, authorizing conference of the Township Council with the public excluded.

 
Councilman Smith made a motion to adopt Resolution 06-191 for Executive Session.  Councilman Rilee seconded the motion.
 
ROLL CALL:        Mr. Smith – Yes                                          Mr. Rilee – Yes

                              Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                                 Mr. Hall – Yes

                              Deputy Mayor Ciaramella – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 – 0

 

At 9:30 PM Council went into Executive Session.

 
ADJOURNMENT

 

Councilman Smith made a motion to adjourn the Executive Session meeting at 11:15 PM.  Councilman Rilee seconded the motion.

 

All in Favor - Yes

 

 

Submitted By:

 

 

 

 

 _________________________

BettyLou DeCroce

Township Clerk

 

 

MINUTES APPROVED BY COUNCIL 

DATE:               August 15, 2006

ROLL CALL:    Mr. Rilee – Yes                    Mr. Smith – Yes

                          Mr. Ciaramella – Yes          Ms. DeFillippo - Yes

                          Mr. Hall – Yes                      Mayor Schmidt – Yes