NORTH HANOVER TOWNSHIP

TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES

June 18, 2020, 7:00 P.M.

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CALL TO ORDER              Mayor DeBaecke called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.                                                                                                                           

           

FLAG SALUTE:                    Led by Mayor DeBaecke

 

ROLL CALL:                         Mayor DeBaecke

                                                Deputy Mayor Doyle

                                                Committeeman Kocubinski

                                                Committeeman O’Donnell

 

Absent:                                     Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

Also Present:  Township Clerk Picariello and Township Attorney Roselli

                                                                                                 

SUNSHINE STATEMENT:         “The provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act have been met. Notice of this meeting has been transmitted by email to the Courier Post, Burlington County Times and The Trenton Times as well as given to those having requested same and posted on the Township bulletin board located in the foyer of the municipal building”.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT AS IT RELATES TO AGENDA ITEMS

Mayor DeBaecke opened the meeting to the public. There were no public comments this evening.

 

MOTION TO CLOSE PUBLIC COMMENT

Proposed By:  Committeeman O’Donnell

Seconded By:  Deputy Mayor Doyle

 

REVIEW OF CORRESPONDENCE

There was no correspondence this evening.

 

ENGINEER’S REPORT

Engineer Hirsh submitted a written report.  Clerk Picariello noted the NJDEP stormwater report was filed timely.  The FY2016 park grant project would be closed out shortly.  The FY2019 park grant was still awaiting awards.  The NJDOT FY 2018 project was getting final items addressed and would be closed out.  The NJDOT 2020 grant application would be submitted timely.  The beaver issue on Springfield Road would require contacting the Fish/Wildlife and this would be done next week.

 

DEPARTMENT REPORTS FOR MAY 2020

a.       Tax Collector

b.      Construction, Zoning & Mobile Homes

c.       North Hanover Courts

d.      Jacobstown Volunteer Fire Company

e.       Police Department

COMMITTEE

MOTION

2ND

AYES

NAYS

ABSTAIN

ABSENT

Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

X

Deputy Mayor  Doyle

X

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman Kocubinski

 

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman O’Donnell

 

X

      X

 

 

 

Mayor DeBaecke

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

MINUTES FOR APPROVAL 

·        June 4,  2020  – Regular

COMMITTEE

MOTION

2ND

AYES

NAYS

ABSTAIN

ABSENT

Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

X

Deputy Mayor  Doyle

 

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman Kocubinski

 

X

X

 

 

 

Committeeman O’Donnell

X

 

      X

 

 

 

Mayor DeBaecke

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

 

BILLS AND CLAIMS FOR APPROVAL 

COMMITTEE

MOTION

2ND

AYES

NAYS

ABSTAIN

ABSENT

Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

X

Deputy Mayor  Doyle

X

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman Kocubinski

 

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman O’Donnell

 

X

      X

 

 

 

Mayor DeBaecke

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

ORDINANCE – ADOPTION

2020-06           An Ordinance to Establish Salaries for Various Officials of the Township of North Hanover, Burlington County, State of New Jersey, and Regulating Payment the Manner of Payment of Same

 

ORDINANCE 2020-06

COUNTY OF BURLINGTON

TOWNSHIP OF NORTH HANOVER

 

AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH SALARIES FOR VARIOUS OFFICIALS OF THE TOWNSHIP OF NORTH HANOVER, BURLINGTON COUNTY, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AND REGULATING THE MANNER OF PAYMENT OF SAME

 

SECTION 1.  The annual rate (unless otherwise specified) of compensation, salary, wages of the following officers, appointees and employees of North Hanover Township is hereby fixed in the following schedule:

 

                TITLE                                                                                     PER ANNUM

Township Committee                                                                                            2,500             -             7,000

Municipal Clerk                                                                                        5,000            -            60,000

Deputy Municipal Clerk                                                                            0            -            15,000

Tax Assessor                                                                                                    7,000            -             30,000

Tax Collector                                                                                                   10,000            -            40,000

Chief Financial Officer                                                                          10,000            -            60,000

Accounts Payable Clerk/Finance Assistant                                                           5,000            -            40,000

Construction Code Official                                                                           8,000            -            20,000

Building Sub Code Official/Inspector                                                         5,000            -            15,000

TACO/Zoning Secy/Coah Liaison/JLUB Secy                                         5,000            -            40,000

Plumbing Sub Code Official/Inspector                                                         3,000            -            10,000

Fire Sub Code Official/Inspector                                                                     3,000            -            10,000

Electric Sub Code Official/Inspector                                                                     5,000            -            10,000

Mobile Home Inspector                                                                                  1,500            -             4,000

Zoning Officer                                                                                      1,500            -             4,000

Emergency Management Coordinator                                                      0            -             2,500

Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator                                          0            -             2,500

Recycling Coordinator                                                                              0            -             2,500

Clean Communities Coordinator                                                                  0            -                500
Police Clerk                                                                                                     15,000            -            35,000

Police Chief                                                                                                      50,000            -         100,000

Assessors Clerk                                                                                        0            -             5,000

Deputy Tax Collector                                                                                              0            -             5,000

Secretary Board of Health                                                                          0            -                400

Recreation Secretary                                                                                              0            -                400

Dog Registrar                                                                                                   0            -                200

Deputy Dog Registrar                                                                                               0            -                200

Discovery Clerk                                                                                       100            -             3,000

Municipal Judge                                                                                       15,000            -            38,000

Court Administrator/Violations Clerk                                                    20,000            -            60,000

Deputy Court Admin/Violations Clerk                                                           12,000            -            40,000

 

TITLE                                                             PER MEETING OR SESSION

Joint Land Use Board Secretary                                                                      50            -              100

Sound Recorder Court                                                                                                    30            -              100

Conflict Public Defender                                                                                  125            -              250

Conflict Judge                                                                                                   325            -              700

Summer Recreation Lifeguard                                                                      75            -              150

 

TITLE                                                                                                 PER HOUR

Custodian                                                                                                         11.00            -            16.00

Maintenance/Grounds Keeper                                                             11.00            -            16.00

DPW Laborer Part Time                                                                                 11.00            -            16.00

Treasurer                                                                                                          11.00            -            30.00

Laborer Waste Facility                                                                         11.00            -            16.00

Waste Facility Supervisor                                                                                11.00            -            16.00

Special Police Officers                                                                                    11.00            -            25.00

Summer Recreation Co-director                                                                        20.00            -            40.00

Summer Recreation Bus Driver                                                               10.30            -            25.00

Summer Recreation Instructors                                                                    15.00            -            40.00

Summer Recreation Nurse                                                                           10.30            -            40.00

Summer Recreation Aids                                                                             10.30            -            25.00

Summer Recreation Asst. Aids                                                                    10.30            -            20.00

Summer Recreation Sr Counselor                                                                     10.30            -            12.00

Summer Recreation Jr Counselor                                                                     10.30            -            12.00  

Court Sound Recorder – MIN 3 Hrs                                                                   10.30            -            16.00

 

SECTION 2.  The Overtime rate (unless otherwise specified) of compensation, salary, wages of the following officers, appointees, and employees of the Municipal Courts of North Hanover Township, Wrightstown Borough and Chesterfield Township for Special Sessions and sessions under the Alcohol Education Rehab Funding are paid at the following overtime rate ranges:

 

TITLE                                                                                                 PER SESSION

Municipal Judge                                                                                      300            -           800

Public Defender                                                                                              250            -           500

 

TITLE                                                                                                 PER HOUR

Court Administrator/Violations Clerk                                                    20.00            -            40.00

Deputy Court Admin/Violations Clerk                                                              10.75            -            30.00

Court Sound Recorder                                                                                              10.75            -            30.00              

SECTION 3.  All Ordinances inconsistent with the above are hereby repealed.

 

SECTION 4.  This Ordinance and the salaries herein are subject to all Federal Laws, rulings, and guidelines concerning prices and wages.

 

SECTION 5.  This Ordinance shall take effect after its final passage and publication according to law and shall be effective as of January 1, 2020 or date of hire or appointment if after January 1, 2020.

 

MAYOR OPENS THE MEETING TO THE PUBLIC

 

There was no public comment.

 

                        MOTION TO CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING

Proposed By: Deputy Mayor Doyle

Seconded By: Committeeman O’Donnell

 

MOTION TO ADOPT ORDINANCE 2020-06

COMMITTEE

MOTION

2ND

AYES

NAYS

ABSTAIN

ABSENT

Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

X

Deputy Mayor Doyle

 

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman Kocubinski

 

X

X

 

 

 

Committeeman O’Donnell

X

 

X

 

 

 

Mayor DeBaecke

 

 

X

 

 

 

                       

ORDINANCE – INTRODUCTION

2020-07           An Ordinance of the Township of North Hanover, Burlington County, State of New Jersey, Appropriating $275,000 from the Capital Improvement Fund to Provide for Various Capital Improvements

 

 

 

ORDINANCE 2020-07

COUNTY OF BURLINGON

TOWNSHIP OF NORTH HANOVER

 

AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF NORTH HANOVER, COUNTY OF BURLINGTON, STATE OF NEW JERSEY APPROPRIATING $275,000.00 FROM THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND TO PROVIDE FOR VARIOUS CAPTIAL IMPROVMENTS

BE IT ORDAINED by the Township Committee of the Township of North Hanover, in the County of Burlington, State of New Jersey, as follows:

 

SECTION 1. $275,000.00 is hereby appropriated from the Capital Improvement Fund of the Township of North Hanover, in the County of Burlington, New Jersey (the “Township”) to provide for various capital improvements and accessory equipment therefor and incidental thereto as follows:

 

Carpet                                    $  15,000.00

Roof and Solar                         $125,000.00

Gateway Signs                          $  10,000.00

Police Car                        $  60,000.00

Heater Repairs                        $  14,000.00

Finger Print Machine            $  15,000.00

Alco Test Machine            $  20,000.00

Court Teleconference            $    6,000.00

Twp. Bldgs. Water Sys            $  10,000.00

 

SECTION 2.            Said acquisitions are lawful capital improvements of the Township having a period of usefulness of at least five (5) years.  Said improvements and acquisitions shall be made as general improvements, no part of the cost of which shall be assessed against property specially benefited.

 

SECTION 3.            This ordinance shall take effect upon final passage and publication according to law.

 

MOTION TO INTRODUCE

            COMMITTEE

MOTION

2ND

AYES

NAYS

ABSTAIN

ABSENT

Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

X

Deputy Mayor Doyle

X

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman Kocubinski

 

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman O’Donnell

 

X

X

 

 

 

Mayor DeBaecke

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

SET PUBLIC HEARING FOR JULY 2, 2020 AT 7:00 P.M. 

CONSENT AGENDA DEFINED:

All Resolutions listed on today’s consent agenda are to be considered as one vote by Township Committee and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the consent agenda and considered separately.

 

2020-81           Resolution Authorizing Approval for Submission of a Grant Application to New Jersey Department of Transportation, Municipal Aid Grant Program MA-2021 for Improvements to Schoolhouse Road Project Phase Three (3) – 00067

RESOLUTION 2020-81

TOWNSHIP OF NORTH HANOVER

COUNTY OF BURLINGTON

 

RESOLUTION authorizing APPROVAL FOR submission of A GRANT APPLICATION to NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, MUNICIPAL AID GRANT PROGRAM ma-2021 FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO SCHOOLHOUSE ROAD project phase tHREE (3)-00067

            NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVed that the North Hanover Township Committee formally approves the grant application for the above stated project; and

BE IT further RESOLVed that the Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized to submit an electronic grant application identified as MA-2021-Schoolhouse Road Phase Three– 00067 to the New Jersey Department of Transportation on behalf of the Township of North Hanover; and

 

BE IT further RESOLVed that the Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized to sign the grant agreement on behalf of the Township of North Hanover and that their signature constitutes acceptance of the terms and conditions of the grant agreement and approves the execution of the grant agreement.

COMMITTEE

MOTION

2ND

AYES

NAYS

ABSTAIN

ABSENT

Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

X

Deputy Mayor Doyle

X

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman Kocubinski

 

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman O’Donnell

 

X

X

 

 

 

Mayor  DeBaecke

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

2020-82           Resolution Approving Blue Light Permit Application

RESOLUTION 2020-82

TOWNSHIP OF NORTH HANOVER

COUNTY OF BURLINGTON

 

APPROVAL OF BLUE LIGHT PERMIT APPLICATION

 

            WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.A.C. 13:24-5 ET Seq. an applicant for permit authorizing the use of blue emergency warning lights may be considered eligible only if the applicant is an active member in good standing of a volunteer fire company, first aid or rescue squad, or a county or municipal Office of Emergency Management volunteer whose official duties include responding to a fire or emergency call; and

.

            WHEREAS, Jessica Gancarz has met the qualification for a Blue Light Permit and it is the recommendation of the Fire Chief to approve this applicant for a Blue Light Permit.

 

            NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Township Committee of the Township of North Hanover, County of Burlington, that in accordance with N.J.A.C. 13:24 et. seq. it hereby approve Jessica Gancarz for a Blue Light Permit and hereby authorizes the Mayor to execute the Blue Light Permit Application.

 

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Jacobstown Volunteer Fire Department Chief.

COMMITTEE

MOTION

2ND

AYES

NAYS

ABSTAIN

ABSENT

Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

X

Deputy Mayor  Doyle

X

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman Kocubinski

 

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman  O’Donnell

 

X

X

 

 

 

Mayor  DeBaecke

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

NON-CONSENT AGENDA

2020-83           Resolution to Establish Salaries for Various Officials of the Township of North Hanover, Burlington County, New Jersey

 

RESOLUTION 2020-83

TOWNSHIP OF NORTH HANOVER

COUNTY OF BURLINGTON

 

A RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH SALARIES FOR VARIOUS OFFICIALS OF THE TOWNSHIP OF NORTH HANOVER, BURLINGTON COUNTY,

NEW JERSEY

 

            BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee of North Hanover Township, County of Burlington, State of New Jersey, as follows:

 

The annual rate of compensation, salary, wages of the following officers, appointees, and employees of the Township of North Hanover is hereby fixed in the following schedule payable bi-weekly or annually:

                                                                                                                PER ANNUM

Ronald DeBaecke                    Township Committee                                          4,999.00

Louis DeLorenzo                   Township Committee                                          4,999.00

Christopher Doyle               Township Committee                                          4,999.00

John Kocubinski                   Township Committee                                          4,999.00

Brendan O’Donnell                    Township Committee                                          4,999.00

Mary Picariello                    Municipal Clerk                                              56,286.48

Mary Picariello                     Administrative Stipend                           2,000.00

Theodore Wells                Police Chief                                                    96,694.57

Alexandra Degood                COAH Administrative Agent/Liaison  

                                            Const Tech Asst/JLUB/Zoning Secy                       32,518.96

Mary Picariello             Tax Collector                                                                35,720.26

John Bruno Jr.                          Chief Financial Officer                          29,877.31

John Bruno, Jr.             Annual Financial Statement                                   7,000.00

Joseph Greene                          Accounting Assistant/Treasurer                  37,816.22

Donald Kosul                           Tax Assessor                                                          26,882.53

Jeffrey K. Jones                Construction Official                                         16,352.45

Jeffrey K. Jones                Building Inspector                                              12,827.06

Harry W. Case                         Electrical Inspector                                            9,052.92

Christopher Rose                Plumbing Inspector                                             8,875.42

Doug Borgstrom                    Fire Inspector                                                            6,466.48

Ryan Donnelly              Sub Code                                                      1,148.68         

Lewis Korngut              Municipal Judge                                              20,000.00

Rita Williams                            Court Administrator                                        50,542.17

Jose Mercado                         Dpy Court Administrator                            34,333.20

Susan Reilly                              Police Clerk                                                    35,494.60

Richard Mellor             Emergency Management Coordinator        2,500.00

Theodore Wells                Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator         1,553.00

Alexandra DeGood                       Zoning Officer                                        2,000.00

Alexandra Degood                        Mobile Home Inspector                                    2,000.00

Alexandra Degood                        Clean Communities Coordinator                       500.00

Courtney Szymanski                    Secretary Recreation                                             400.00

 

The hourly rate of compensation, salary, wages of the following officers, appointees, and employees of the Township of North Hanover is hereby fixed in the following schedule payable bi-weekly, monthly, or annually:                                              

                                                                                                            PER HOUR

Ellen Ganopoulos                  P/T Court Recorder                                       14.57

Twan Berben                            Custodian                                                14.36

Zack Milchan                           Custodian                                                14.08

John Schoch                             Custodian                                                14.36

Carl Reynold                            Laborer Waste Facility                           15.50  

John Farrell                              Laborer Waste Facility                           14.94

Troy Farrell                              Laborer Waste Facility                           14.77

James Sneddon                        Laborer Waste Facility                           14.48

Michael Zelinski             P/T Police Officer                              19.22

Thomas Hill                              P/T Police Officer                              14.79

Nandor Palmai             P/T Police Officer                              15.09

 

The per session or meeting rate of compensation, salary, wages of the following officers, appointees, and employees of the Township of North Hanover is hereby fixed in the following schedule payable bi-weekly, monthly, or annually:

                                                                                                               PER SESSION

                                                                                                            OR MEETING

Alexandra Degood                        JLUB Secretary                                              52.00

Rita Williams                            Call out – Court                                                  25.00

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above listed salaries shall be effective as of January 1, 2020 for employees on the payroll on January 1, 2020. All employees appointed to a position after January 1, 2020 shall have the salary or wage effective the date of hire or appointment.

            COMMITTEE

MOTION

2ND

AYES

NAYS

ABSTAIN

ABSENT

Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

X

Committeeman Doyle

 

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman Kocubinski

 

 

X

 

 

 

Deputy Mayor  O’Donnell

X

 

X

 

 

 

Mayor DeBaecke

 

X

X

 

 

 

 

DISCUSSION

·        NBIAA Baseball/Softball – Deputy Mayor Doyle noted the NBIAA will be moving forward with their season.  Currently there are 22 girls and 25 boys for North Hanover registered.  He noted the younger children’s season has been canceled.  The Recreation Advisory Committee recommended that the older children be allowed to play as it would be easier for them to comply with COVID-19 restrictions.  The boys will not require field use and the girls might need the use of two fields.  Attorney Roselli noted field use would have to be discussed with the school.  He noted he has paperwork for the use of our fields.  He also discussed various COVID-19 rules to be distributed to the parents.  There was a general consensus to move forward with the season.  Deputy Mayor Doyle stated he would clarify the field use.  Deputy Mayor Doyle noted a football/cheer bill from the NBIAA.  Mayor DeBaecke inquired if this was a donation.  This would be looked into and the Treasurer would be directed to hold off on the payment.

 

TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE “COMMENTS”

Committeeman O’Donnell noted the economy was starting to open and noted viligence should be adhered to, in order to maintain safety.

 

Deputy Mayor Doyle thanked the EMS again for their assistance with his father in-law.  He stated he was grateful for all the emergency services despite what is going on this Country.

 

Mayor DeBaecke concurred and hoped the discord would come to a peaceful end and the virus would also end.

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

Questions, comments or statements from members of the public in attendance.

 

Mayor DeBaecke opened the meeting to the public.

 

Ms. Lori Verde – 2 Tee Jay Terrace – Ms. Verde expressed dismay with the NJNG staging area.  She noted she was disappointed that the neighbors were not part of the approval process from the JLUB  and that the property owner sits on the board.  Mayor DeBaecke noted this was not an item that came before the JLUB and this was part of the NJNG approvals from the State.  He noted the Committee was also taken by surprise.  Attorney Roselli noted this was part of the BPU application that was approved at that level.  He noted he spoke to the attorney for NJNG regarding this site and noted there are no provisions in Township Code as it relates to this temporary use.  He also spoke about concerns regarding noise, dirt and that it abuts a residential area and the contractors have been advised.  He expects the good working relationship with NJNG to continue and if she has further concerns that need to be addressed to advise and he would bring to the attorney for NJNG.  Mayor DeBaecke reiterated Attorney Roselli’s sentiments and noted State supersedes local laws.  He noted the area will be actively monitored.  Ms. Verde expressed concern regarding safety for the children and noted the bus stop.  She stated all kinds of employee cars were turning around near the bus stop, in the residential area.  Mayor DeBaecke noted there should be no dump trucks in that development and asked to be informed immediately if that was happening.  It was noted this was a public roadway so it would be difficult to restrict normal vehicular traffic.  He noted there is a heightened police presence in the area and it was a County roadway.  Mayor DeBaecke noted we would ensure safety and he would ask NJNG  to encourage employees not to go onto the street.  Ms. Verde inquired if taxpayer money was being used for the police.  Mayor DeBaecke  noted NJNG pays directly and North Hanover did receive compensation.  Ms. Verde inquired about garbage blowing from the site along with signage.  Mayor DeBaecke noted he would discuss with NJNG to make sure things were properly secured.  He also encouraged concerns to be emailed.  Ms. Verde thanked the Committee.

 

MOTION TO CLOSE PUBLIC COMMENT

Proposed By: Deputy Mayor Doyle

Seconded By: Committeeman O’Donnell

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION RESOLUTION

2020-84           Authorizing a Closed Session Meeting to discuss the following matter(s) pursuant to N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1 and N.J.S.A. 10:4-12;  Contract Matters,  Personnel Matters and Litigation matters

RESOLUTION 2020-84

TOWNSHIP OF NORTH HANOVER

COUNTY OF BURLINGTON

 

AUTHORIZING A CLOSED SESSION MEETING

 

WHEREAS, the Open Public Meetings Act, P.L. 1975, Chapter 231 and P.L. 2001, C. 404, permits the exclusion of the public from a meeting in certain circumstances; and

 

            WHEREAS, the Township Committee of North Hanover Township wishes to go into a closed Executive Session and is of the opinion that such circumstances presently exist which should not be discussed in public, and

 

            WHEREAS. the Open Public Meetings Act pursuant to N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1 and N.J.S.A.  10:4-12 permits the Township Committee to discuss certain matter(s) in private, and in this case for the purpose of the Township Committee to discuss contract negotiations, litigation and personnel matters in this regard.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by Township Committee of North Hanover Township that it will go into an Executive Session for the purpose of the Township Committee to discuss Personnel matters.

 

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the results of such discussion may be revealed at such time as the matter(s) are resolved and/or a contract(s) is signed and/or the negotiations are formally settled. Interested parties may contact the Township Clerk anytime during normal business hours for periodic updates as to the availability in this regard.

COMMITTEE

MOTION

2ND

AYES

NAYS

ABSTAIN

ABSENT

Committeeman DeLorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

X

Deputy Mayor Doyle

X

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman Kocubinski

 

 

X

 

 

 

Committeeman  O’Donnell

 

 

X

 

 

 

Mayor DeBaecke

 

X

X

 

 

 

 

BACK TO PUBLIC SESSION

 

MOTION TO ADJOURN                                                     8:24 pm

Proposed By: Deputy Mayor Doyle

Seconded By: Committeeman Kocubinski

 

Respectively submitted,

 

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Mary Picariello, RMC/CMR/CTC

Township Clerk

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