TOWNSHIP COUNCIL PUBLIC MEETING MINUTES - April 27, 2010

The Public Meeting of the Mount Olive Township Council was called to Order at 10:12 President Tobey: We will begin with the Open Public Meeting Announcement as the Pledge of Allegiance and moment of reflection was earlier.

 

OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT ANNOUNCEMENT

According to the Open Public Meetings Act, adequate notice of this meeting has been given to the Daily Record. Notice has been posted at the Municipal Building , 204 Flanders-Drakestown Road, Mount Olive Township , New Jersey and notices were sent to those requesting the same.

 

ROLL CALL

 

Present: Mrs. Labow, Mr. Walsh, Mr. Mania, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Roman, Mr. Greenbaum and Mr. Tobey

 

Also Present: David Scapicchio, Mayor; Sherry Maniscalco, CFO; Bill Sohl, Business Administrator; Mr. DiYanni, Esq., Township Attorney; Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

 

President Tobey: We're up to approval of Minutes of the previous meetings. Mrs. Labow, would you please move them as presented? Any corrections of the Minutes, Mrs. Labow?

 

March 16, 2010 PM (all present)

April 13, 2010 WS & PM (Mr. Perkins absent)

 

Mrs. Labow: So moved.

 

Mrs. Mania: Second.

 

ROLL CALL – Passed with the exception of Mr. Perkins who abstained.

 

President Tobey: Moving on, we're up to Correspondence. There are 32 pieces. Does anyone wish to discuss anything? Seeing none, we're up to Ordinances for public hearing.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

LETTERS FROM RESIDENTS/ORGANIZATIONS

 

1. E-mail received April 14, 2010, from the South Branch Watershed Association regarding a meeting of the Hunterdon County Green Table, Thursday, April 15, 2010.

 

2. Letter received April 14, 2010, from Mrs. JoAnn Moran, regarding the termination of Senior Services Director, Diann Brochu, in Mt. Olive Township.

 

3. Letter received April 23, 2010, from Mr. and Mrs. Elio Nicolicchia regarding the termination of Senior Services Director, Diann Brochu, in Mt. Olive Township.

 

RESOLUTIONS / ORDINANCES / CORRESPONDENCE OTHER TOWNS

 

4. Ordinance received April 15, 2010, from the Township of Chester regarding Land Use.

 

5. Notice of public hearing received April 16, 2010, from the Township of Chester, regarding an Amendment to The 2007 reexamination and Comprehensive Revision of the Chester Township Master Plan to include the revised Housing and Fair Share Plan.

 

6. Notice of public hearing received April 16, 2010, from the Town of Hackettstown, regarding an Amendment to the Housing Element and Fair Share Plan of the Master Plan to address COAH's third round requirements.

 

7. Resolution received April 23, 2010, from the Borough of Madison, regarding opposition to Senate Bill S-458, Transferring Municipal tax Assessor to the County.

 

DOT / DEP / LOI / HIGHLANDS

 

8. Letter received April 12, 2010, regarding a Consistency Determination Application Form for Highlands Applicability and Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP), Notice of Administrative Completeness, regarding the Indian Springs Well House, Block 2100, Lot 33, Indian Springs Road, Mt. Olive Township.

 

9. Letter received April 12, 2010, from the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection, regarding a Consistence Determination Application Form for Highlands Applicability and Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP), Notice of Administrative Completeness, regarding Wicklow & Laurano, Block 6800, Lot 11, 362 Route 206, Mt. Olive Township.

 

10. Letter received April 19, 2010, from the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection, regarding a No Further Action Letter and Covenant Not to Sue in reference to 23 Aldersgate Circle, Budd Lake, New Jersey.

 

11. Letter received April 19, 2010, from The Reynolds Group, Inc., regarding a Line of Interpretation, on behalf of Bay Ridge Motor Sales, Inc., 48 Route 46, Washington Twp, NJ.

 

12. Letter received April 20, 2010, from Nusbaum, Stein, Goldstein, Bronstein & Kron regarding Highlands Application for Goldmine Partners, LLC BL 4500, Lot 3 (174 Goldmine Road)

 

13. Letter received April 21, 2010, from Civil Engineering, Inc., regarding a Highlands Exemption Application for BL 7000, Lot 19, Mt. Olive Township.

 

14. Letter received April 21, 2010, from Careaga Engineering, Inc., regarding a Highlands Exemption Application on behalf of Humberto Ramilo, BL 2514, Lot 4 (39 St. Johns Road)

 

15. Letter received April 22, 2010, from the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding a One Year Time Extension for International Trade Center West.

 

16. Letter received April 23, 2010, from the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection, regarding a request for a Highlands Applicability Determination and Water Quality Management Plan Consistency Determination (WQMP), for Ciel West Lake Properties, LLC, BL 7702, L 21 (325 Route 46).

 

LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES

 

17. E-mail received April 9, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Defeated School Budgets.

 

18. E-mail received April 12, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding the Division of Pension and Benefits Further Guidance on Pension Reforms.

 

19. E-mail received April 13, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Seminar Info and Mayors Letters.

 

20. E-mail received April 13, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding National Donate Life Month.

 

21. E-mail received April 14, 2010, from the New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Two Issues.

 

22. E-mail received April 15, 2010, from the New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Municipal Clerks Affordable Housing-What's Next?

 

23. E-mail received April 15, 2010, from the New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Three Issues.

 

24. E-mail received April 16, 2010, from the New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Census Replacement Forms.

 

25. E-mail received April 19, 2010, from the New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Two Developments.

 

26. E-mail received April 20, 2010, from the New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Federal Update for Period Ending April 16, 2010.

 

27. E-mail received April 20, 2010, from the New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Upcoming Seminar.

 

28. E-mail received April 21, 2010, from the New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Three Mayors Letters.

 

29. E-mail received April 21, 2010, from the New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Updated CEUs for Maintaining a Safe Community Seminar.

 

30. Legislative Bulletin received April 22, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Bills that were enacted as Public Laws of 2010.

 

MORRIS COUNTY

 

31. Invitation received April 14, 2010, from the Morris County Prosecutor's Office regarding National Crime Victims' Rights Week.

 

32. Minutes received April 19, 2010, from the Morris County Planning Board meeting March 18, 2010.

 

ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING

 

President Tobey: I open the hearing to the Public on:

 

Ord. #9-2010 Bond Ordinance Providing for the Resurfacing of Wolfe Road in and by the Township of Mount Olive, in the County of Morris, New Jersey, Appropriating $400,000 Therefor and Authorizing the Issuance of $150,000 Bonds or Notes of the Township to Finance Part of the Cost Thereof.

 

President Tobey: Does anyone from the Public wish to be heard? Seeing none, I close it. Mr. Walsh, would you please move that?

 

Mr. Walsh: I move Ordinance #9-2010.

 

Mr. Perkins: Second.

 

President Tobey: Thank you. It has been moved and seconded. Any Council discussion? Seeing none, roll call please.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously

 

President Tobey: Ordinance #9-2010 is passed on second reading, and I hereby direct the Clerk to forward a copy of same to the Mayor and publish the notice of adoption as required by law. I open the hearing to the public on Ordinance #10-2010, entitled:

 

Ord. #10-2010 An Ordinance of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Prohibiting the Acceptance of Health Benefits for a Cash Buy-Out to Waive Same by Elected Officials.

 

President Tobey: Does anyone from the Public wish to be heard? Seeing none, Mr. Mania, would you please move that?

 

Mr. Mania: I move Ordinance #10-2010.

 

Mrs. Labow: Second.

 

President Tobey: Thank you. It has been moved and seconded. Any Council discussion? Seeing none, roll call please.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously

 

President Tobey: Ordinance #10-2010 is passed on second reading, and I hereby direct the Clerk to forward a copy of same to the Mayor and publish the notice of adoption as required by law. I open the hearing to the public on Ordinance #11-2010, entitled:

 

Ord. #11-2010 An Ordinance of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Regarding Private Storm Drain Inlet Retrofitting.

 

President Tobey: Does anyone from the Public wish to be heard? Seeing none, Mr. Perkins, would you please move that?

 

Mr. Perkins: I move Ordinance #11-2010.

 

President Tobey: I'll second that.

 

President Tobey: Thank you. It has been moved and seconded. Any Council discussion? Seeing none, roll call please.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously

 

President Tobey: Ordinance #11-2010 is passed on second reading, and I hereby direct the Clerk to forward a copy of same to the Mayor and publish the notice of adoption as required by law. I open the hearing to the public on Ordinance #12-2010, entitled:

 

Ord.#12-2010 Township of Mount Olive Morris County, New Jersey Calendar Year 2010 Ordinance to Exceed the Municipal Budget Cost of Living Allowance and to Establish a CAP Bank (N.J.S.A. 40A-4-45.14).

 

President Tobey: Does anyone from the Public wish to be heard? Seeing none, Mr. Roman, would you please move that?

 

Mr. Perkins: I move Ordinance #12-2010.

 

Mr. Perkins: Second.

 

President Tobey: Thank you. It has been moved and seconded. Any Council discussion? Seeing none, roll call please.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously

 

President Tobey: Ordinance #12-2010 is passed on second reading, and I hereby direct the Clerk to forward a copy of same to the Mayor and publish the notice of adoption as required by law. We have one Ordinance for first reading this evening:

 

ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING – (2 nd reading 5/11/2010)

 

Ord.#13-2010 Ordinance of the Township of Mount Olive, County of Morris, New Jersey Appropriating $250,000 for the Acquisition of Certain Property, Such Appropriation Consists of a $250,000 Green Acres Grant from the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

 

President Tobey: Mr. Greenbaum, would you please move that?

 

Mr. Greenbaum: I move Ord. #13-2010 to be introduced by title and passed on first reading and that a meeting be held on May 11, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 204 Flanders-Drakestown Road, Budd Lake, N.J. for a public hearing, consideration of second reading and passage of said Ordinance and that the Clerk be directed to publish, post and make available said Ordinance in accordance with the requirements of law.

 

Mr. Perkins: Second.

 

President Tobey: Thank you. It has been moved and seconded. Any Council discussion?

 

Mr. Perkins: Just a point of order, Mr. President. Do you not have to read the title of the Ordinance into the record?

 

President Tobey: I was just informed by Lisa here, Ordinance of the Township of Mount Olive, County of Morris, New Jersey Appropriating $250,000 for the Acquisition of Certain Property, Such Appropriation Consists of a $250,000 Green Acres Grant from the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Thank you.

 

Mr. Perkins: Thank you, second.

 

President Tobey: Any Council discussion? Roll call please.

 

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

CONSENT RESOLUTIONS AGENDA:

 

Resolutions on the Consent Agenda List are considered to be routine and non-controversial by the Township Council and will be approved by one motion (one vote). There will be no separate discussion or debate on each of these resolutions except for the possibility of brief clarifying statements that may be offered. If one or more Council member requests, any individual resolution on the Consent Agenda may be removed from the Consent Agenda List and acted on separately.

 

CONSENT RESOLUTIONS

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council f the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing a Dedication by Rider for Donations – Food Pantry.

 

•  Resolution Authorizing a Temporary Capital Budget (Purchase of Block 7000 Lot 64.01-64.17 & Lot 65).

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council f the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing Funds for the Acquisition of a Portion of the Walsh Property, Block 8100 Lot 3 by the Land Conservancy of New Jersey.

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council f the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Mayor to Execute a

Professional Services Agreement with Coldwell Banker for Professional Auctioneer Services in Connection with the Auction of Charters Farm.

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council f the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing Revising the Resolution “Award of Contract to Water Resource Sales & Service for Environment One Grinder Pump Sales & Service” Previously Adopted on September 1, 2009.

 

  1. A Resolution of the Township of Mount Olive, County of Morris, State of New Jersey Authorizing the Release of Certain Bonds for the On-Site Improvements for the Shell Station Located at 35 US Highway 46, Budd Lake, New Jersey.

 

  1. Resolution of the Township of Mount Olive Making Application to the Local Finance Board Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:4-45.46.

 

President Tobey: Moving on we are up to Consent Resolutions. There are seven listed. Does anyone on Council wish to have them moved to Non-Consent? Seeing none, Mrs. Labow, would you please move them?

 

Mrs. Labow: I move for approval of Consent Resolutions one through seven.

 

Mr. Perkins: Second.

 

PUBLIC PORTION ON CONSENT RESOLUTIONS - none

 

COUNCIL COMMENTS ON CONSENT RESOLUTIONS - none

 

President Tobey: Thank you. It's been moved and seconded. Anyone from the public wish to be heard? Seeing none, Any Council discussion? Roll call please.

 

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

 

RESOLUTIONS NON-CONSENT - none

 

PUBLIC PORTION ON INDIVIDUAL RESOLUTIONS - none

 

COUNCIL COMMENTS ON INDIVIDUAL RESOLUTIONS - none

 

MOTIONS – CONSENT

 

President Tobey: Moving on, we're up to Motions. Mr. Mania, would you please move the Bill List?

 

Mr. Mania: I move the Bill List.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, I'll second that. Does anyone from the Public wish to be heard? Any questions on the Bill List, Mr. Roman?

 

  1. Bill List .

 

Mr. Roman: Sherry, there was a bill for a …Bill's Service Center for storage for the Flanders Fire Truck. I'm assuming that gets reimbursed by insurance?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Yes Alex, we're waiting for reimbursement on that but we did put in a claim for it. Okay?

 

Mr. Roman: Okay.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Okay.

 

President Tobey: Any other questions, Mrs. Labow?

 

Mrs. Labow: I just want to point out page 16; bill for Castle Printing, $2,911.20. Was that for the EMS mailer Sherry?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Yes it was.

 

Mrs. Labow: Thank you.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: You're welcome.

 

President Tobey: Any other questions, Mr. Perkins?

 

Mr. Perkins: Thank you, Mr. President. Very quick, Sherry, the …for us it's on page 22. The Kennedy Company for the meter pit upgrade for Goldmine. Is that the final upgrade bill for the interconnection for the tank now?

 

Mr. Sohl: The interconnection has been signed off and certified by… it's done.

 

Mr. Perkins: This is the final bill that we're going to see for the upgrade?

 

Mr. Sohl: Who is this one payable too?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: The Kennedy Company.

 

Mr. Perkins: That's 10-00775.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Ray, I don't know if it's the final one. I'll check with Tim and I'll send you an e-mail tomorrow, okay?

 

Mr. Perkins: Okay.

 

Mr. Sohl: I mean…we basically, the interconnection to Goldmine to Morris Chase…basically has been done by the Developer.

 

Mr. Perkins: The developer, right, except we had to pay for the meter pit.

 

Mr. Sohl: How much is this thing for?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: This P.O. was like $14,000 I think.

 

Mrs. Gentile: Excuse me, we can't hear back here, at all.

Mr. Walsh: Okay…

 

President Tobey: Any other questions on the Bill List? Roll call please.

 

ROLL CALL – Passed with the exception of Mrs. Labow who voted no.

President Tobey: We have one other Motion to fund EMS through May 31, 2010. I'll make that Motion.

 

Mr. Perkins: Second.

 

President Tobey: It's been moved and seconded, Roll Call please.

 

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

 

President Tobey: Any Administrative Reports, Mr. Sohl?

 

Mr. Sohl: Yes, briefly just two items I wanted to mention. One is you probably have all heard one way or the other. We got a generous donation from the folks at Lamtech, John Post is their President. That will allow us to go forward with the parade. The Memorial Day Parade, we've already started making sure that happens. The second item I'd just like to briefly mention the website has been upgraded by Scott Gaskill. Mr. Roman was present today when we did a review. Scott gave us a review of what's there. You can now twitter and tweet as I understand it. It's definitely a more informed and more workable arrangement.

 

Mr. Perkins: Mr. Sohl, just a question, Sherry, when we get the donation for the parade, is that check typically made out to the Township?

 

Mr. Sohl: I put a call into John, Mr. Post, today and I left you a message or sent you an e-mail. You had asked how that was going to… we're going to wait until after the parade is over, so we can account for what the expenses are so that he's not just sending a check that we then have to reimburse part.

 

Ray Perkins: I'm looking right here, I'd like to make a personal donation but then there's other groups that want to make a donation toward the parade, who would they write out the check to or do we just wait until it's all done?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: It's going to go in just as general revenue Ray. That's how it has to go…

 

Mr. Perkins: Mount Olive Township?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Yeah, Mount Olive Township, you got it.

 

Mr. Perkins: Okay.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Yep.

 

Mr. Sohl: But if you hear of anybody who wants to consider….in the future, let me know.

 

Mr. Perkins: I think we need to do that Bill. Soon as we get our American Legion set up here.

 

OLD BUSINESS - none

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Mr. Roman: I would like to applaud Administration and Mr. Gaskill on that Web Site. It's… It looks like it's going to be 100% better than the previous web site. It will allow the residents a plethora of more information, with easier access. I for one am very astonished with all the twittering that can be happening. It will keep everybody informed. I hope the residents take advantage of it. I for one subscribe to the Police department twitter which I would encourage most, if not all residents to do it. It provides for some very valuable and timely information.

 

Mr. Perkins: That comes across your phone, just don't do it while you're driving.

 

Mrs. Labow: Yes, thank you Mr. Tobey. Just unfortunately, Mayor Scapicchio left so I just want to say that the news of the cancellation of Mount Olive Week had been not very well received by the residents and businesses alike. I just want to say that… unfortunately he's not here so I'm sure that somebody will pass this on to him. But I think before the Mayor decided to cancel this event that perhaps you should of brought it to Council and should of talked to some of the groups because I understand not only from businesses in Town who said they're going to lose a tremendous amount of income because having Mount Olive Week brought a lot of people into Town so it increased revenue for the businesses. We have a lot of our volunteer groups that really counted on the Mount Olive Week to not only make people aware of what they're doing with their programs and increase membership but also for fundraising. Not to mention we have a tremendous amount of families in Town who have lost jobs and we're looking forward to the event for their family functions. While I understand the Mayor had stated that at a time when people are losing their jobs he didn't want to have a celebratory event, someone correct me if I'm wrong. However it's a time when I think more importantly than anything the community needs to really come together and if it was a matter of cost of $19,500.00, I mean I know that Jill Daggon had mentioned to me that to save some costs we could have gone with a private security firm instead of the Police Officers. That would have cut down on a lot of overtime. Dreamline Amusements had offered to increase their percentage back to the Town. There's a lot of ways that we could have offset those costs and not to mention different organizations that would have possibly made contributions so I don't know if there's any way we could bring it back at this point if the Council's so inclined to make that happen. I just think it's a huge loss for the Township all the way around. So, it's very sad, thank you.

 

LEGAL MATTERS - none

 

COUNCIL REPORTS

 

Recreation Liaison Report – none

Board of Health Report – none

Open Space Committee Report – none

Legislative Committee Report – none

Pride Committee Report – none

Board of Education Liaison Report – none

 

Mr. Roman: On the Board of Education, some of you might be aware there was an election held last week? I would like to congratulate Mr. Robinson, Mr. Giordano, and new Board member Mrs. Licciardi for being elected. Mr. Werner was once again appointed President and congratulations go out to Miss Ouimet for being selected as Vice President. The budget was defeated as most of you are aware of by a substantial amount with an above average turnout. The High School conducted a field trip to take their seniors out to vote. This was something that was endorsed by the Board of Education. They were also rewarded with a trip to Burger King after voting. There was also indication that they would use the same practice in the General Election. Speaking to some Board of Education members they thought it was a wonderful idea, other parents that approached me about it first, thought that this was a kin to electioneering.

 

Mr. Greenbaum: I heard most of them voted “no” against the budget anyway. That's what I heard.

 

Mr. Roman: Without polling the students I would not be aware of that. Also, students across the State and here in Mount Olive decided to protest the defeated budget and walked out of school today. Though some teachers seemed to have endorsed a practice, there were quite a few including one of my daughter's teachers that indicated to her that if she had left the building and was involved, she'd be kicked off her team. I applaud teachers that do that. They may be upset about the budget being defeated and the impending cuts but I think they should separate that from their duties of educating and keeping students in the class. I was informed by Dr. Reynolds that there will be disciplinary actions that will be taken. I was encouraged to hear that, and then later on, I find out that it's a lunch detention that would be their punishment. I don't think that's an adequate punishment for leaving school grounds. I will be in further discussion with Board Members to find out if they wish to amend that practice. That is all I have.

Lake/Environment Issues Committee –

 

Mr. Perkins: I understand the Lake cleanup is May 15 th .

 

Mrs. Lashway: At 9:00 a.m.

 

Mr. Perkins: So at 9:00 a.m. I expect to see Steve Rattner and others out there ready to clean up the lake.

Safety Committee Liaison

 

Mr. Perkins: There was a Safety Committee Meeting. I was unable to attend. The Mayor was there in my presence. I'm not sure if anybody from the Council, Mr. Tobey was there. So I'll have to defer on exactly what the outcome of that was until the Mayor gets back.

 

Mr. Greenbaum: I just had a comment with respect to the School budget. When is it coming back to us? What's their deadline?

 

Mrs. Lashway: Deadline to take action is May 19 th .

 

Mr. Greenbaum: Okay, that means May 11 th or a special meeting?

 

Mrs. Lashway: May 11 th or a special meeting on May 18 th .

 

Mrs. Labow: I don't have a report. I just wanted to also go on with what Mr. Roman was saying with the Board of Education Election and that the senior students were brought by bus to the polling places. I just also want to make note that our Senior Citizens were also brought to the polling places on the Senior Citizen transport. So while some people were upset about the senior students being brought out, our Senior Citizens were also transported so…

 

Mr. Roman: But those senior students were brought out during school hours. There's plenty of time after school for them to vote if they're still inclined.

 

Mrs. Labow: There was but I'll tell ya, the week before I was at the school for Teacher of the Day Program and a lot of the students were kind of excited about it and a lot of them, they were going to vote for the first time and they were talking about their civic responsibility to vote and that type of thing. So they kind of billed it as a …like a ….Social Studies, I don't know if they call it Social Studies anymore so just seeing it from a different end it kind of like had a different connotation then what it appeared to be. It was an educational thing but I know there's a lot of dispute about that but I just happened to be at the school the week before and heard them talking.

 

Mr. Greenbaum: Don't forget that the seniors who they bussed to the voting polls don't benefit through the budget that is adopted or not adopted for the following year so they don't really care personally and what I've heard is that the majority, I don't know whether or not it's true because no one was in the polling place with them but the majority of the seniors voted against the budget because they didn't care what happened after they left.

 

Mrs. Labow: Yeah, it was interesting. I heard the same thing.

 

Mr. Roman: I didn't like that teacher anyway.

 

Mrs. Labow: That's basically what happened, yeah.

 

Mr. Greenbaum: Maybe the school district should rethink and get the juniors who are 18.

 

President Tobey: Any other Council reports? Mr. Mania please.

 

Planning Board Report

 

Mr. Mania: Mr. President, the Planning Board has had a number of meetings with the project Marveland Farms which is an age restricted community on Pleasant Hill Road, right across from the Golf Course. It looks like one more meeting will wrap it up.

Economic Development Committee Report – none

Library Board Liaison – none

Senior Citizen Liaison – none

Community Development Revenue Sharing – none

 

PUBLIC PORTION

 

President Tobey: We're up to our second Public Portion. Does anyone from the Public wish to be heard? Seeing none, any Council comments?

 

COUNCIL COMMENTS-none

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

Motion was made and seconded, all in favor and none opposed, the meeting was adjourned at 10:33pm.

 

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Phil Tobey , Council President

 

I, Lisa M. Lashway, Township Clerk of the Township of Mount Olive do hereby certify that the foregoing Minutes is a true and correct copy of the Minutes approved at a legally convened meeting of the Mount Olive Township Council duly held on May 25,2010.

 

 

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Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk

 

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