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Meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Roxbury was held on July 25,
2006 at 1715 Route 46, Ledgewood, New Jersey at 7:30 p.m.
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
CALL: Councilwoman Kathy DeFillippo, Councilmen
Fred Hall, Jim Rilee, Richard Zoschak, Tim Smith, Deputy Mayor John Ciaramella
and Mayor Martin Schmidt
PRESENT: Christopher Raths, Township Manager; Anthony
Bucco, Township Attorney; Janet Rieth, Deputy Township Clerk and Mary Jane
Parr, Administrative Aide
COUNCIL LIAISON REPRESENTATIVES, COUNCIL COMMITTEES AND NEW BUSINESS/OLD
At this time,
Mayor Schmidt stepped down from discussion.
Darling, Sam Horton, Andrea Horan, Michele Kotarski and Matt Kotarski, all
members of the Roxbury Dog Park Committee, presented Council with an overview
of the plans for the dog park, which is being planned for a portion of the
Emmans Road Park. They advised that the
anticipated start up costs would be approximately $5,700 and the annual
administrative fees would be $7,300. The Committee would like to sell advertisement
signage to help pay the costs, similar to the advertisements at the Succasunna
baseball fields. Mr. Horton advised that the Township would own the park and
the Committee would maintain it, with a Township employee assuring that it is
being maintained. Mr. Bucco advised
that the Township must own, supervise and operate the park. Mr. Bucco further advised that Mrs. DeCroce,
the Township’s Insurance Commissioner, will need to speak with the Joint
Insurance Fund to determine if there are certain rules and regulations that the
Township must comply with in order to be covered by the Fund. Mr. Schmidt advised that Mrs. DeCroce has
been in contact with the JIF and the Township would be covered, with no added
premium. Mr. Raths advised that there
would need to be a resolution approving the Committee’s improvements to the
park. Mr. Bucco stated that the
Township would also need to amend the fee Ordinance to include the $20.00 fee
for the dog tag. Council members stated
that they are not in favor of the advertising signage and would like the
Committee to look at other means of raising money.
Rilee made a motion to approve the Dog Park, subject to confirmation of
insurance, the adoption of an appropriate fee ordinance establishing the fees
for usage of the park and the provision that signs sold within the park would
not be allowed. Mr. Smith seconded the
Rilee – yes Mr. Smith – yes
Ciaramella – yes Mrs. DeFillippo – yes
Hall – yes Mr. Zoschak – yes
carried 6 – 0
this time Mayor Schmidt returned to the dais.
Department Presentation—Planning and Zoning
Russell Stern, Township Planner, provided
Council with an update on the Planning and Zoning Department. The Land Development Ordinances have been
codified and are available on the Township web site. Permit forms are also now available on line and they are in the
process of placing the electronic tracking system on line. Once it is fully on line, development
applications will be able to be tracked.
In terms of COAH, the Planning Board adopted its Housing Element and
Fair Share Plan on November 5, 2005.
The Township will have an anticipated surplus of over 200 units going
into the year 2014. As a requirement of
COAH, there is an ordinance on tonight’s agenda establishing the position of a
Municipal Housing Liaison to administer the Township’s affordable housing
program. Mr. Stern will continue in that position. Discussion ensued as to where the funds will come from for this
position. Mr. Raths will contact COAH
to determine if the money can come out the Housing Fund. Mr. Stern advised that the Township has
designated up to 37 RCA units to East Orange.
He has received a resolution from East Orange authorizing the agreement
for the units, along with a draft agreement.
spoke about the development in the Township and stated that there are 286,815
square feet of industrial type of development, which includes Gemini, Woodmont
Development and the 200,000 to be built by Ron Petillo. Merry Heart has resubmitted their drawings
and would like to go to construction before Winter. There are also plans being put together to redevelop the Wickes
Lumber site and Barnes & Noble is talking about building a bigger facility.
Mr. Stern advised that the Roxwood project (Muscarelli) was zoned for over 300
units and through litigation, ordinances were amended and the tract has a yield
of 260 for sale age-restricted units.
Out of the 260 units, 52 are affordable housing senior units. Mr. Stern advised that Villages is coming to
an end and there are a variety of small subdivisions in the Township. Renaissance, which has 42 market units and
35 Senior units and Dellamo, which has 35 units are also before the Planning
Board. Other major projects in the Township are Walgreens, which will be built
next to Smiles II, a BMW dealership will be built at the Frank’s Nursery site
and the Kenvil Newcrete facility will be remodeling.
commended Mr. Stern for everything he has accomplished.
This will be
discussed at a future meeting.
Watershed Cabinet—2 Members, 1-year term
Development Committee—1 Member, 3-year term
Highlands Compact—2 Members
208 Water Quality PAC
Alternate No., 2, unexpired term of Michael Hawley, 1/1/06 – 12/31/07
Committee, unexpired term of Michael Hawley, 3/8/05 – 12/31/07
appointments will be discussed at a future meeting.
Mr. Gefert, Riggs Avenue, Landing, stated
that he is very pleased to let Council know that there has been no crushing
stone and no dust in the area for the last ten days.
Emmans Road, stated that while he favors the dog park, he would have liked
public input before there was a motion from Council. Mr. Rilee stated that the motion was just for the Committee to be
able to get things started and it was not the approval of the Resolution or
Ordinance. Mr. Kluska also would not
like to see advertising signs at the park.
Eyland Avenue, Succasunna, stated that there is a resolution on the Agenda
tonight regarding the aircraft flying overhead. He feels there is more that should be done on the local level
At 8:50 PM
Council took a short break
At 9:00 PM
Council returned to the Workshop Meeting.
REQUESTED/REFERRED BY COUNCIL MEMBERS, MANAGER, ATTORNEY OR CLERK
for Raffles License No. RA: 1298 by Two Kids Foundation
for Raffles License No. RA: 1299 by The Roxbury Parents for Exceptional
for Raffles License No. RA: 1300 by Hopatcong Ambulance Squad, Inc.
D. Letter from
Ms. Graham & Ms. Rowe requesting Block Party
Mr. Zoschak made
a motion to approve Items A through D.
Mr. Rilee seconded the motion.
Mr. Zoschak – yes Mr. Rilee – yes
Mr. Ciaramella –
yes Mrs. DeFillippo – yes
Mr. Hall – yes Mr. Smith – yes
Mayor Schmidt –
Motion carried 7
DeFillippo advised that, due to the weather, the Main Street Streetscaping
Committee was not able to tour Madison and Morristown. This will be rescheduled for August.
DeFillippo stated that she spoke with Mayor Schmidt regarding the Main Street
Streetscaping Committee assisting with fundraising for the 9/11 Memorial.
Raths spoke regarding the Water/Sewer Committee meeting and advised that the
Treatment Plant is being re-permitted and next year, in order to comply with
DEP regulations, the Township will have to complete several analytical studies
on the Plant and its discharge, which will cost a significant amount of money.
Hall commended the staff on the work completed at Mooney Mountain Park and the
repaving of the roads. He feels that a
plan should be put in place regarding what should be done with the old
structures on the Gottdiener tract. Mr.
Raths advised that Mr. Blood has been looking into this.
Hall requested an update on the stacking ordinance. Mr. Bucco advised that he sent a draft ordinance to Russell
Stern. Mr. Raths will check on this.
Hall stated that he received a request from a resident pertaining to a graffiti
ordinance and questioned if Council feels there is a need for such an ordinance
in Roxbury. The Council agreed that it
is not necessary.
Hall commended Mr. Smith on the Summer Concert in the Park series.
Ciaramella advised that there will be an Economic Development Committee
Thursday at 7:00 PM.
Ciaramella advised that the July meeting of the DPW Committee was canceled. The
removal of the asbestos is underway.
The next stage would be the demolishing of the building.
Ciaramella advised that the plans are moving forward for the 9/11
Smith advised that there will be two more concerts this year, one this Thursday
and the final one the following week.
Smith questioned what is expected of the workers at the Recycling Center. Mr. Raths stated that they are supposed to
assist on heavy loads, keep the area neat, check proof of residency and one of
the workers is in charge of compacting the material that comes into the area.
Zoschak stated that the Lake Hopatcong Commission met on July 17th. Senator Bucco will be conducting a boat tour
on August 14th, by invitation only, and he would like to be sure
that the Township has representation.
Zoschak received a complaint regarding the tall grass and garbage on the
Gottdiener tract. Mr. Raths advised
that he has sent the complaint to Mr. Blood.
Mr. Raths will follow up.
requested an update on the Township entrance signs. Mr. Raths advised that the signs will be delivered within the
next couple of months and two or three locations have been sold.
Zoschak questioned if Mr. Crimi will provide fill for the Dell Avenue
Park. Mr. Raths stated that Mr. Crimi
has given fill in the past; however, it has been trucked into the park from
outside of Roxbury. Mr. Raths will
speak with Mr. Crimi.
Zoschak discussed the dust problems at the McNear site. Mr. Bucco advised that he has not had an
opportunity to review the documents he received today. Mr. Zoschak would like to have a meeting
with the Council, Tilcon and the neighbors to attempt to resolve the situation.
the stacking ordinance, Mr. Rilee advised that he would like to see this move
Rilee asked Mr. Raths if he contacted Congressman Frelinghuysen’s office in
reference to setting up a meeting regarding the rail yard. Mr. Raths stated that before he sets up a
meeting he needs clarification as to whether the meeting would be with
individual Council members, or with the committee that Mr. Rilee would like to
create. Mr. Rilee stated that he would
like to meet with him as soon as possible.
Mr. Raths will contact Congressman Frelinghuysen.
Schmidt stated that the American Red Cross has advised that they have a
critical blood shortage and would like anyone who is able to please donate.
Schmidt advised that Morris County will be holding a 9/11 Memorial service on
September 10th at 7:00 PM.
He further advised that the Township will also be holding a 9/11
Memorial service on September 10th.
Details will follow in the next few weeks.
Schmidt advised that he received a call regarding VRI dumping concrete on their
property. He further stated that he
took a walk at the site and a guard
rail is missing and black top and concrete is poured over the side. Mr. Raths will look into this. Mayor Schmidt would also like to look into
the possibility of posting “No ATV” signs.
Schmidt advised that Mr. Cramond, of the Roxbury Historical Society, spoke to
him regarding sealing the top of the pump house at Canal Park. Mr. Raths stated that Mr. Blood has been
working with Mr. Cramond on this. He
will get an update from Mr. Blood and report back to Council.
Schmidt requested an update on the Riparian ordinance. Mr. Raths stated that Mike Kobylarz and
Russell Stern are reviewing it. He will
follow up with them.
Raths advised Council that the Police Department has accepted a Dodge Charger,
which was not the intent of Council.
Mr. Raths stated that it was his understanding that the Police
Department would come back to Council with either a Resolution or some form of
notification regarding the Charger. He
further stated that on April 5, 2006 Council approved a Lease/Purchase
Agreement for four Crown Victorias, which was specifically changed by Council
from three Crown Victorias and one Dodge Charger to four Crown Victorias. Subsequent to that there was an accident and
a police vehicle was totaled. Chief
Noll met with Mr. Raths and advised him at that time that the Department could
not wait until October/November to replace the vehicle. Mr. Raths told Chief Noll to go ahead and
purchase the Charger, with the idea that it would come before Council. On Friday Mr. Raths received a phone call
from Mayor Schmidt asking if the Township purchased a Charger. On Monday Mr. Raths advised Mayor Schmidt
that we had received a Charger and that he did not know we had the Charger. He did know that the Police spoke with Lisa
Palmieri, Chief Financial Officer and she advised them that a new resolution
was not needed, that one was already approved with Tatonka. However, this was a resolution for the
financing, not the procurement. So the
procurement of the Charger should have come back to Council. Chief Noll is on vacation and Mr. Raths will
speak with him when he returns and inform him that it should have come back via
resolution or at minimum something that could have been in Council’s packet
advising them as to what was taking place.
Zoschak stated that today Mr. Raths advised him that the resolution contained
the Dodge Charger and it does not. Mr.
Raths advised that the resolution was changed; however, the Lease states three
Crown Victorias and one Dodge Charger.
Mr. Zoschak stated that he is upset because when asked by the Mayor if
he knew we have a Charger, Mr. Raths stated he did not and yet Mr. Raths had
given Chief Noll the authority to work on purchasing a Charger. Mr. Raths did this knowing that Council did not
want the Charger. Mr. Raths stated that
it was his intent to come back to Council and inform them why we were getting a
Charger, before it was procured. Mr.
Zoschak stated that this is after the fact and he feels it makes it look like
the Council does not have control.
Rilee stated that he, too, is upset because one of the rolls of Council is to
set policy and they did set a policy of not wanting to change the Township’s
fleet. He may not have disagreed with the purchase of the Charger, given the
right rationale. The reason he did not
want to change over was because of the cost associated with changing over the
fleet. Mr. Rilee stated that all the
Council needed was a memo advising them that because of the second accident,
which took place a while ago, the Police Department cannot wait for the
cars. Mr. Rilee further advised Mr.
Raths not to change policy unless Council is asked.
Ciaramella stated that when Council voted on the four Crown Victorias, if he
had understood the request he probably would have voted in favor of the
Charger. He feels that some of the
actions were a little devious and the situation should have been brought to
Council’s attention prior to the ordering of the Charger. There were two accidents, one with a Patrol
car crossing Route 10 at Eyland Avenue, late April or early May and a second
accident on Route 46. Council realized
that both cars needed to be replaced and if the decision to obtain the Charger
was back in April or May, it should have been brought to Council’s attention
Smith stated that he just found out about this tonight and asked how Ms.
Palmieri approved the funding for this car.
Mr. Bucco advised that when he reviewed the Lease Agreement, it was for
three Crown Victorias and one Dodge Charger.
After his review and approval, the Agreement came to Council. It was at the Council meeting that the
Council agreed on no Dodge Charger and four Crown Victorias. The Lease Agreement never went back to Mr.
Bucco. The resolution was changed to
read specifically four Crown Victorias.
He feels that when Ms. Palmieri was presented with the situation, she
did not look at the Resolution, but at the Lease Agreement, which still stated
three Crown Victorias and one Dodge Charger.
It was within the $108,000, which was authorized by Council and
therefore allowed the Police Department to make the purchase. The problem is that this contradicts the
Resolution, which she should have gone back to, along with her Certification of
Funds. Mr. Smith questioned if the
Township received the check from the insurance company and how much the
Township received for the car. Mr.
Raths advised that he does not know if a check has been received or how much it
would be. Mr. Raths further stated that
the car that was purchased is not an additional car, it is one of the cars that
was authorized. Mr. Smith stated that
the Charger that was purchased was to replace a car that was totaled. The four Crown Victorias that were ordered
were to come later in the year. Mr. Raths
stated that the Police Department wanted to get the vehicles sooner to replace
the car that was in the accident. Mr.
Smith stated the money for that should have been coming directly from the
proceeds from the insurance. Mr. Raths
stated that a portion of it will be used to offset the total cost of the
vehicles. Mr. Smith asked if Ms.
Palmieri was aware that this was a replacement for the totaled car. Mr. Raths stated that, as far as he knows,
she is aware, but he would have to check with her.
Bucco stated that the Township can now only purchase three Crown Victorias,
which will make the fleet one car short.
Mr. Raths advised that next year the Police Department will carry one
car over, instead of trading it in. Mr.
Bucco stated that, therefore, the vehicle that was totaled will never be
Zoschak stated that what he is upset with is that Mr. Raths knew the Police
Department was in the process of purchasing the Charger and he should have
advised Council. Mayor Schmidt stated
that when he is told to go forward on a project, he feels it is a done
deal. He has an issue with the way this
was handled. He truly feels that Mr.
Raths has lost control of this situation and it makes both him and the Council
look bad. Mr. Raths stated that the intent was to come back to Council to
obtain the proper authorization when the Chief gave him further information
about the vehicle.
DeFillippo asked if the Crown Victorias have been ordered and if the Township
can get out of taking one of the cars.
Mr. Raths stated that he believes only three Crown Victorias were
ordered. Mr. Rilee requested that Mr.
Raths look into this to determine why only three were ordered. Mr. Smith stated that the more questions
that are asked, the more it sounds like a decision was made to go against
Council’s request. He stated that there
is a problem if only three Crown Victorias were ordered, when Council approved
four and if the Chief Financial Officer pays out money for something that
Council did not approve.
Hall stated that there was a complete failure to communicate. He would like a complete report, in writing
to Council, as to how this occurred and an action plan as to how this will
never happen again.
Ciaramella stated that it is his understanding that Mr. Blood, Assistant
Director of Public Works, monitors the fleet and would be aware of the four vehicles that would be
replaced. With two wrecked vehicles,
Council could assume that two of the original slated replacements will now
remain on the road and two of the newly ordered vehicles will replace the two
wrecked vehicles. Mr. Raths stated that
he believes that is correct, but he will include that in his report. Mr. Ciaramella would also like the dates the
Crown Victorias were ordered, the date the Dodge Charger was ordered and the
dates of the two accidents that took the two vehicles out of service.
Schmidt asked what the next step would be.
Mr. Bucco stated that if Council feels, after reviewing Mr. Rath’s
report, that some sort of disciplinary action should be taken, he would
recommend that a “Rice” letter be given to those individuals and then proceed
in that fashion. Mr. Raths stated that
the individuals who work for him will be dealt with by him.
advised that the railroad ties at Carey Road have been picket up; however they
are still at other locations.
advised that the Explorers returned at 3:00 AM. They will be at the August 15th Council meeting to
18-06 An ordinance authorizing the transfer of
a portion of Lot 2 in Block 2001 to the adjoining property owners, Eli and
Mr. Rilee made a
motion to introduce Ordinance 18-06.
Mr. Smith seconded the motion.
Mr. Rilee – yes Mr. Smith – yes
Mr. Hall – yes Mr. Zoschak – yes
Motion carried 7
An ordinance authorizing the sale of certain properties owned by the
Roxbury, Morris County, New Jersey, not required for
public purposes pursuant to NJSA 40A:12-13, et seq. (Sweney Lakefront Property)
Mr. Zoschak made a motion to introduce Ordinance 19-06. Mr. Smith
seconded the motion.
Mr. Zoschak – yes Mr. Smith
Mr. Ciaramella – yes Mrs.
DeFillippo – yes
Mr. Hall – yes Mr.
Rilee – yes
Mayor Schmidt – yes
Motion carried 7 – 0
20-06 An ordinance to amend and supplement
Chapter 13, Land Development Ordinance, by the establishment of the position of
municipal housing liaison for the purpose of administering the Township of
Roxbury’s Affordable Housing Program pursuant to the Fair Housing Act
Rilee made a motion to introduce Ordinance 20-06. Mr. Zoschak seconded the motion.
Hall stated for the record that the Township is not hiring anyone for this
position. Mr. Stern will continue to do
this particular function. He further
stated that COAH mandates us to supply housing and we do not receive any
funding in order to get that accomplished, nor are we in control of the number
of units that they mandate to a municipality.
Now they are mandating that an administrative agent be appointed. We do not receive any money from COAH to do
Ciaramella reiterated, for the record, that the Township is not hiring anyone
for this position. This is just for the
establishment of the position. Mr.
Stern is now performing all the needs for the position and in the future the
Council need not be concerned about hiring a new employee to fill this
Mr. Rilee – yes Mr. Zoschak – yes
06-263 A resolution incorporating by reference
herein and approving the following numbered
listed on the workshop council meeting agenda for this date: 06-264, 06-265,
06-266, 06-267, 06-268, 06-269, 06-270, 06-271, 06-272, 06-273, 06-274, 06-275,
06-276, 06-277, 06-278, 06-279, 06-280, 06-281
Mr. Rilee made a
motion to adopt Resolution 06-263. Mr.
Smith seconded the motion.
Mr. Ciaramella –
yes (recuse on check nos. 40705, 40708 and 40709)
– yes Mr. Hall – yes (recuse on check
Mr. Zoschak –
yes Mayor Schmidt – yes
Motion carried 7
– 0 with one recusal on check nos. 40705, 40708, 40709 and 80850
authorizing certificates of exemption for members of the Roxbury
Township Fire Department
resolution authorizing the assignment of lease-purchase agreement No. NJ062012
dated April 5, 2006 between Tatonka
Capital Corporation and the Township of Roxbury to Colorado Business Bank
resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Roxbury opposing the New
York/New Jersey/Philadelphia Metropolitan
Area Airspace Redesign as proposed by the
Federal Aviation Administration
resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Roxbury urging Governor
S. Corzine and the state legislature to
cut state spending and taxes in order to reduce property taxes in the State Budget for fiscal year 2007
06-268 A resolution
authorizing the purchase of one 20 KW Emergency Generator for
installation at Fire Company No. 3
resolution authorizing refund of unused escrow monies previously deposited with
Township of Roxbury for development
matters pursuant to Chapter XIII (Land Use) of the Revised General Ordinances
of the Township of Roxbury
resolution authorizing the refund of Mt. Laurel Housing Fund 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
resolution authorizing the purchase of two radar speed display signs from All
resolution authorizing the purchase of Space Saver Bi File Storage Units from
06-273 A resolution authorizing the purchase of
one 12,000 GVWR utility truck from PNC
FLM, LLC aka Princeton Nassua/Conover Ford
06-274 A resolution authorizing the award of a
contract to Reclamation of Kingston, LLC for
the reclamation of Righter Road
06-275 A resolution authorizing the award of a
contract to Tilcon New York Incorporated for
milling and paving of Righter Road
06-276 A resolution authorizing the award of a
contract to Peterson & Sons Tree Service for tree trimming sewer utility
06-277 A resolution authorizing the award of a
contract to Delta Chemical Corporation for
sewerage treatment chemicals.
A resolution authorizing the installation of a new wooden guard rail at
Entrance, 72 Eyland Avenue, Succasunna, NJ
06-279 A resolution authorizing
acceptance of gifts
A resolution authorizing the award of a contract to Kingston Turf
Company, RR2 West
Kingston, Rhode Island 02882 for the reconstruction
and installation of sod at Horseshoe
Lake Soccer Field located at 72 Eyland Avenue, Succasunna, NJ 07876.
resolution authorizing payment of bills
- Mayors Fax Advisory from William G. Dressel, Jr., Executive Director of NJLM
dated July 13, 2006, re: Deer Carcass Removal – Mr. Raths has not heard from
the Freeholders as to whether they will be picking up the deer carcasses.
– Correspondence from Margaret Nordstrom, Freeholder Director to Mr.
Christopher Raths, dated July 6, 2006, re: 2006 Morris County Historic
Preservation Trust Fund, Morris Canal Plane 2 East – Next year the Trust Fund
hopes to get money for the construction and repair.
– Copies of Newspaper Articles from the Sun Staff Reporter and the Star-Ledger
dated July 12 & 13, 2006, re: the Roxbury Township Explorers – Council
congratulated the Explorers and staff for their tremendous job.
#1- Interoffice Memo from Christopher Raths to
Mahor & Council, dated July 21, 2006, re: Information Update – (4) Library
HVAC - Mr. Raths advised that the Library does not have the funds for the analysis
on their system. Mrs. DeFillippo stated for the record that she has a problem
with the fact that the Library does not have the $800. (3) Scouts Use of
Ledgewood Basin – We are still waiting for them to send back the contract. Mr. Raths will follow up with Don Dyrness.
(12)Dialysis Center Contract – Mr. Bucco advised that the dialysis center lease
went out today.
– Correspondence from Dolores Dalessandro, Netcong Borough Clerk to Mr.
Christopher Raths, dated July 14, 2006, re: Inter-local Services Agreement –
Mr. Raths advised that Netcong has a big project coming on and they will be
doing their own construction services.
– Fax Advisory from David M. File of First Energy Corp. to Roxbury Township
Mayor, dated July 19, 2006, re: JCP&L Storm Restoration Update – Mr. Raths
advised that Roxbury Township did not encounter any major power outages.
#9 – Copy of
Explanation of Computed Tax Rates for Roxbury Township dated July 13, 2006 –
The amount is set by the State. Mr.
Zoschak will speak with Senator Bucco regarding the possibility of the amount
06-282 A resolution of the Township Council of
the Township of Roxbury, in the County of
New Jersey, authorizing conference of the Township Council with the public
made a motion to adopt Resolution 06-282 for Executive Session. Mr. Smith seconded the motion.
Mr. Ciaramella – yes Mr.
Smith – yes
– yes Mr. Hall – yes
Mr. Rilee – yes Mr. Zoschak – yes
At 11:20 PM Mr.
Smith made a motion to adjourn the Workshop Meeting. Mr. Zoschak seconded the motion.
All In Favor –
DATE: September 12, 2006
ROLL CALL: Mr. Ciaramella – yes Mrs.
DeFillippo – yes
Mr. Hall –
yes Mayor Schmidt - yes