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                                                June 26, 2007                                                              

 

A Workshop Meeting was held by the Township Council of the Township of Roxbury on June 26, 2007 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, 2007; notice was posted on the bulletin board in the main hallway of the Municipal Building on January 5, 2007.

 

ROLL CALL:  Councilwoman Kathy DeFillippo, Councilmen Fred Hall, Jim Rilee, Martin Schmidt, and Richard Zoschak

 

ALSO PRESENT:  Christopher Raths, Township Manager; Anthony Bucco, Township Attorney and BettyLou DeCroce, Township Clerk

 

ABSENT:  Mayor John Ciaramella and Deputy Mayor Tim Smith

 

At this time Mr. Rilee made a motion to appoint Councilwoman Kathy DeFillippo as acting Mayor in the absence of both Mayor Ciaramella and Deputy Mayor Smith.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:  All in Favor – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

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

 

            A.  NEW BUSINESS

                                         NONE

B.     OLD BUSINESS

1.      PROCUREMENT POLICY- Mr. Bucco is working on it.

 

C.     PRESENTATION

 

Acting Mayor Kathy DeFillippo amended the order of business to allow Government Strategy Group to address the Council.

 

1.        GOVERNMENT STRATEGY GROUP- Shared Services Proposal  

 

 Mr. Ken Derobert of Government Strategy Group introduced himself to the governing body.  Also, present was Art Grisi of Government Strategy. Mr. Derobert discussed the resolution on tonight’s agenda Resolution 07-257.  Government Strategy Group has been in business since January 2007.  They specialize in obtaining grants for municipalities.  They currently represent about 6 municipalities at this time.  The grant they would be applying for is through the NJ Department of Community Affairs – SHARE Program.  Since the Township is exploring the possibility of maintaining certain athletic fields through a shared services arrangement with the Roxbury Township School district we would be qualified to apply for the grant.  The Township received a proposal from Government Strategy Group to conduct a feasibility study regarding the possibility of performing the work through a shared services agreement.  Government Strategy Group has agreed to conduct the feasibility study, subject to the Township receiving sufficient grant funds from the State of New Jersey to cover the cost of same.  The agreement with Government Strategy Group, in accordance with the proposal and scope of services attached hereto, is in an amount not to exceed $17,900.00.  The award of this contract is subject to and specifically contingent upon the Township obtaining a shared services grant from the State of New Jersey for the entire amount of the contract.

 

Mr. Hall made a motion to approve Resolution 07-257  “A resolution authorizing the Township of Roxbury to enter into an agreement with Government Strategy Group to submit a share grant application for the purpose of a feasibility study for the maintenance of athletic fields through a shared service agreement with the Roxbury Township School District”.  Mr. Rilee seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Hall – Yes            Mr. Rilee – Yes

                        Mr. Schmidt – Yes            Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Acting Mayor – Kathy DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

Following Government Strategy Group presentation, Acting Mayor Kathy DeFillippo amended the order of business to allow Mr. Kobylarz, Township Engineer to give his presentation.

 

2.      ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS –Capital Improvements

 

Mr. Kobylarz, Township Engineer handed out a copy of this PowerPoint presentation.  Mr. Kobylarz stated that in the first half of 2007 the Engineering Department completed the following :

 

·        Completion of Township Stormwater Management Plan Update.

·        Completion of Stormwater Management Ordinance.

 

Task scheduled for second half of 2007:

 

·        Illicit Connection Elimination Program.

·        Outfall Pipe Stream Scouring Remediation.

·        Continuation of Inlet Labeling Program.

·        Horseshoe Lake Water Quality Measures (In conjunction with Eyland Avenue Phase V Road Improvement Project)

 

Grant Applications:

 

·        NJDOT  Local Aid Bikeway Program – Delaware, Lackawana, Western Rail Trail – Horseshoe Lake Connection

·        NJDOT Local Aid Roadway Infrastructure – Emmans Road Phase IV – Hillside Avenue to Commerce Boulevard

·        Morris County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

 

Major Capital Improvement Projects for 2007:

 

·        Road Improvements.

·        Eyland Avenue Phase V – Horseshoe Lake Entrance to Route 10.

·        Emmans Road Phase III – Whisper Way West to County Bridge No. 1002.

·        2007 Projects Include  - Completion of Eyland Avenue Phase V Project.

·        Roadway/Drainage Improvements – Milling and Paving of Succasunna Road.

·        Sidewalk Improvements

·        Design and construction of Lakeside Boulevard (Morris Co. Route 631) Sidewalk Project.

·        Water System Improvements

·        Completion of Township Water System Analysis (Township Consultant).

·        Planning of Phase I Master Plan Improvements (Township Consultant).

·        Construction of 12” Diameter Water Transmission Main – Orben Drive Booster Station to Ford Road Booster Station – (By Developer).

·        Sanitary Sewer System

·        Update Wastewater Management Plan (Township Consultant)

·        Miscellaneous

·        Coordinate Public Works Facility Site Improvements

·        Coordinate Fire Company No. 2 Annex Expansion, Permitting and Site Improvements

·        GIS Mapping of Storm Sewer System

·        Public Works Division

·        Major Capital Improvement Projects for 2007

·        Road Improvements

·        Leejay Court – Mill and pave.

·        Hercules Road – Reconstruct 900’ and overlay entire length. (Additional funding expected from MCMUA)

·        Port Morris – Complete road paving and drainage improvements – Palmer Street (640’), Lake Street and Washington Street

·        Emmans Road – from Whisper Way to Main Street, Ledgewood

·        DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS

·        Completed: Corwin Street, Port Morris & Emmans Road

·        Pending – Mildred Terrace and Cynthia Drive

·        Required stormwater maintenance: To date repaired and retrofitted 60 stormwater basins. To date cleaned 30% of Township catch basins, street sweeping 90% complete.

·        OTHER PROJECTS

·        Recycling Center Improvements

·        Gail and Cindy Drive area sidewalk replacement.

·        UTILITY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS

·        Water

·        Continue upgrade of water meters & transmitter units. Focusing on meter pits and older/slower meters.

·        Sewer

·        Upgrade Highland Manor Pump Station – presently seeking proposals from several vendors

·        Continue Inflow and Infiltration work – new portable flow-meters installed in Eyland Woods to monitor wet weather flows.

·        OTHER PROJECTS

·        Public Works Facility – Site plans & bid documents ongoing

·        Building specifications underway

·        Construction to begin Winter 07

·        MOONEY ROAD FARM – demolition completed

 

ONGOING OPERATIONS

·        Sanitation & Recycling curbside program

Year to Date (tons)     2006      2007

Solid Waste                4252       4086 –4%

            Recycling                   1483       1560 +5%

·        Recycling Income

                                   $27,285         $51,260 +87%

 

ONGOING OPERATIONS

·        Equipment Repair Division

·        Installed fleet maintenance software linked to BOE fuel dispensing data to prompt supervisor when periodic maintenance is due, track vehicle repair history and mechanic productivity

 

CHALLENGES

·        Roadway Overlay Progress

114 road miles/25 yrs = 4.56 miles/year

 

2002           1.05 miles paved

2003           1.92 miles                        $363,445

2004           3.13 miles                        $559,810

2005           4.62 miles                        $668,329

2006           3.62 miles                        $379,388

2007           2.22 miles                        $679,000  est

16.56 mi/6 yrs = 2.76 mi/yr

 

Council members discussed the handout and thanked Mr. Kobylarz and Mr. Blood for a great job with the presentation and complimented their efforts in constantly improving the Township.

 

PUBLIC PORTION

After the DPW presentation Acting Mayor Kathy DeFillippo opened the meeting to the public.

 

Dennis Wine

Succasunna

 

Mr. Wine questioned the $20,000.00 interconnection of $20,000.00 on the agenda.  Mr. Raths stated that it is between the Township and the Roxbury Water Company.

 

Robert Church

256 Eyland Avenue

Succasunna

 

Mr. Church questioned the large amounts paid to various recreational facilities.  Mr. Raths stated that it is for Recreational Programs during the summer/winter months.  The programs are fee based meaning the Township receives fees for the program from the membership, which in turn pays the cost.

 

Mr. Church questioned the annual Income Tax Return for Fire Company #1.  Mr. Church further stated that he looked at the Fire Company #1 budget and it noted a certain amount of interest made during the year.  He was concerned as to why the Township does not have  the tax return showing how much money is in the bank earning the interest that is noted on the return.  Mr. Raths stated that they are a 501 C “Not for Profit Organization” and they do not need to inform the Township of their proceeds.

 

John Doonan

31 Eyland Avenue

Succasunna

 

Mr. Doonan started that he has moved the rocks from  his curb as the Township requested.  Mr. Doonan has concerns that the construction workers when they are working in the area of his property will trespass onto his property and he does not want that to happen.  Mr. Raths stated that he and Mr. Blood will make sure that is understood.

 

Wayne Cornnelious

192 Old Howard Boulevard

 

Mr. Cornnelious handed out to council a map showing his property on Howard Boulevard (old section) where there is a paper road.  Mr. Cornnelious would like to vacate the road so there are no improvements required.  Council discussed that and advised Mr. Cornnelious that he would need to go to the Master Plan Committee first.  Also, they noted to him that by vacating the road they would be creating a flag lot.  The Council decided not to discuss this further until they go before the Master Plan Committee.  Mr. Raths will advise the Planning Department.

 

 

 

 

 

Ms. Cornnelious

192 Old Howard Boulevard

 

Ms. Cornnelious wanted the Council to understand that it will not create an additional lot.  Ms. Cornnelious further stated that they would like to build a home on the lot but did not want to be required to provide all road improvements to the lot, she felt that it would be cost prohibitive.

 

Mr. Bucco suggested that the issue be discussed with the Planning Department and the Master Plan Committee.

 

Acting Mayor Kathy DeFillippo closed the public portion.

 

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

A.    Permit for Social Affair Swim and Sports Club July 15,2007

B.     Permit for Social Affair Swim and Sports Club August 3,4,5, 2007

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to approve items A & B.   Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                   Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                    Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Acting Mayor Kathy DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

Council New Business/Old Business

 

Councilman Zoschak stated that the funding for the Lake Hopatcong Commission is proposed in the state budget for this year.  We have to wait until the state budget is adopted for the exact amount that was funded.

 

Councilman Zoschak discussed potential openings on the Environmental Committee and the Economic Development Committee.  Discussion ensued as to candidates for the boards.  Linda Lutz was recommended to serve on the Economic Development Committee.

 

Councilman Hall stated that there was a Recreation Meeting last Saturday.  Currently the Recreation Committee is working on the Recreational Master Plan and they are looking to increase the playing fields by three.  Obviously key in this is the McNear tract.

 

Councilman Hall also stated that he has had many phone calls regarding the parking behind the Tennis Court in Kiwanis Park.  Mr. Raths stated that he would advise Dave Stierli and Rick Blood to take a look at the situation and evaluate the area in order to have additional parking.  Mr. Raths will update Council as soon as he receives the information.

 

Councilman Schmidt stated that the Environmental Commission has ordered stream samplings and will have the result within one month.

 

Councilman Schmidt also stated that he also had recommendations for the two positions previously discussed.  He agreed that Linda Lutz should be considered if there is an opening and Sam Horton.   Acting Mayor Kathy DeFillippo stated that she would check with the Clerk’s office tomorrow to confirm what positions are open.

 

Chris Raths, Township Manager, advised the Council that Fire Chief Bob Baker, Fire Company #2 recommended that there be no access through Kings Highway and stated it should remain closed at the end of the road.

 

Mr. Raths advised Council that the complaint filed pertaining to debris at 149 Mt. Arlington Boulevard would be cleaned up.  Mr. Raths met with the property owner and he confirmed it would be cleaned.

 

Mr. Raths also stated that he met with the Reger Road resident pertaining to sidewalks and he is not in favor of them being installed.  Council discussed different materials for sidewalks and suggested that Mr. Raths meet with the property owner again and provides additional information for other methods of providing a sidewalk for residents to walk on.

 

Acting Mayor Kathy DeFillippo stated that the Main Street meeting was held on June 13, 2007 and completed the plan.  It is the committee’s hope that the project on the corner of Hillside Avenue and Main Street would be almost  completed by Olde Succasunny Day. Ms. DeFillippo also stated that the Main Street Committee is looking at outdoor pole clock, which would be located by the library.    The fund raising campaign will be introduced to the public in the near future.

 

Ms. DeFillippo asked Mr. Raths as to the status of the Mechanic Street dead end sign.  Mr. Raths stated that it was installed.

 

Ms. DeFillippo questioned the status of the Nutrition Center dumpster.  Mr. Raths will look into it.

 

Ms. DeFillippo stated that the Township should promote the new trails at Ledgewood Park.  Councilman Hall will speak to Dave Stierli, Recreation Director.

 

Ms. DeFillippo also stated that the Roxbury High School graduation went off well despite the rain.  Council agreed that it was kept in order and the High School should be commended.

 

Acting Mayor Kathy DeFillippo asked Ms. DeCroce, Township Clerk if she had any new or old business.

 

Ms. DeCroce stated that SMART the company hired by  Morris County to inventory records retention in Morris County municipalities was visiting with each department in the Township going over their surveys.  The purpose of this is to qualify the county for grant monies through the State PARIS Grant program.  Once the county obtains the grant the monies will be distributed to the municipalities who are participating as a shared service with the county.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

            NONE

 

DRAFT ORDINANCES FOR DISCUSSION

            NONE

 

INTRODUCTION OF PROPOSED ORDINANCES

       NONE

 

HEARING AND ADOPTION OF ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING

 

08-07   A BOND ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE MAKING OF

VARIOUS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS AND THE ACQUISITION OF NEW ADDI­TIONAL OR REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY AND NEW COMMUNICATION AND SIGNAL SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT IN, BY AND FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF ROXBURY, IN THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, TO APPROPRIATE THE SUM OF $2,295,742 TO PAY THE COST THEREOF, TO APPROPRIATE CAPITAL SURPLUS OF THE TOWNSHIP, A STATE GRANT AND A CONTRIBUTION FROM THE MORRIS COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITIES AUTHORITY, TO MAKE A DOWN PAYMENT OR FULLY FUND APPROPRIATIONS FROM THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND, TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS TO FINANCE SUCH APPROPRIATION AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH BONDS.

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to open 08-07 to the public.  Mr. Zoschak seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:                        Mr. Rilee – Yes                        Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                        Mr. Hall – Yes

                        Mr. Schmidt – Yes                 

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

No Public Input

 

Mr. Zoschak made a motion to close 08-07 to the public.  Mr. Rilee seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Zoschak – yes                         Mr. Rilee – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                              Mr. Hall – Yes

                        Mr. Schmidt – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to adopt 08-07.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                              Mr. Schmidt - Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                              Mr. Hall – Yes

                        Mr. Zoschak – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

09-07  BOND ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE ACQUISITION OF

NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT AND A NEW AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLE, INCLUDING ORIGINAL APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT, IN, BY AND FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF ROXBURY, IN THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, TO APPROPRIATE THE SUM OF $101,306 TO PAY THE COST THEREOF, TO MAKE A DOWN PAYMENT, TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS TO FINANCE SUCH APPROPRIATION AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH BONDS.

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to open 09-07 to the public.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                              Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes                              Mr. Hall – Yes

                        Mr. Zoschak – Yes           

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

No Public Input

 

 

Mr. Zoschak made a motion to close the public portion.  Mr. Rilee seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Zoschak – Yes                                    Mr. Rilee – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                              Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to adopt 09-07.  Mr. Zoschak seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                              Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                          Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

           

10-07  BOND ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE MAKING OF VARIOUS

WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS AND THE ACQUISITION OF NEW ADDITIONAL OR REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY IN, BY AND FOR THE WATER UTILITY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF ROXBURY, IN THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, TO APPROPRIATE THE SUM OF $309,300 TO PAY THE COST THEREOF, TO MAKE A DOWN PAYMENT, TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS TO FINANCE SUCH APPROPRIATION AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH BONDS.

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to open the public portion.  Mr. Zoschak seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Zoschak - Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

No Public Input

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to close the public portion.  Mr. Zoschak seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to adopt 10-07.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Schmidt - Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

                       

 

11-07  BOND ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE ACQUISITION OF A NEW

UTILITY TRUCK, INCLUDING ORIGINAL APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT, IN, BY AND FOR THE WATER UTILITY OF THE TOWNSHIP OF ROXBURY, IN THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, TO APPROPRIATE THE SUM OF $90,000 TO PAY THE COST THEREOF, TO MAKE A DOWN PAYMENT, TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS TO FINANCE SUCH APPROPRIATION AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH BONDS

Mr. Rilee made a motion to open 11-07 to the public.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

No Public Input

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to close 11-07 to the public.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to adopt 11-07.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

14-07   AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF CERTAIN      

REAL PROPERTY KNOWN AS A PORTION OF LOT 34, BLOCK 11201.04 IN THE TOWNSHIP OF ROXBURY, COUNTY OF MORRIS AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to open 14-07 to the public.  Mr. Zoschak seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:             Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

Public Input

Mr. Robert Kluska

Emmans Road

 

Mr. Kluska questioned if this was being purchased with Green Acres funding.  Mr. Bucco stated that a portion of the money was coming from Green Acres.

 

Mr. Anthony Petridis

84 Orben Drive

Landing

 

Mr. Petridis questioned how many homes would be built in the Villages.  Mr. Zoschak stated that this started out as 190 homes and it is now 161.  Council advised Mr. Petridis that the Township applied for open space grants and was able to purchase some of the property as open space  which reduced the number to 161.

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to close the public portion.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to adopt Ordinance 14-07.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

15-07    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER XXIV, FEE, SECTION

SECTION 24.13, MISCELLANEOUS   FEES, OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF ROXBURY, COUNTY OF MORRIS AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to open 15-07 to the public.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll: Call            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

No Public Input

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to close 15-07 to the public.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:              Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes                                Mr. Zoschak – Yes

                        Ms. DeFillippo – Yes

 

Motion Carried 5 to 0

 

Mr. Rilee made a motion to adopt 15-07.  Mr. Schmidt seconded the motion.

 

Roll Call:            Mr. Rilee – Yes                               Mr. Schmidt – Yes

                        Mr. Hall – Yes

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