TOWNSHIP COUNCIL PUBLIC MEETING MINUTES - JUNE 9, 2009

The Public Meeting of the Mount Olive Township Council was called to Order at 10:45 pm by Vice President Labow with the Pledge of Allegiance.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE & MOMENT OF REFLECTION

OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT ANNOUNCEMENT
According to the Open Public Meetings Act, adequate notice of this meeting has been given to the Mount Olive Chronicle. 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: Mr. Tobey, Mr. Roman, Mrs. Labow, Mr. Rattner, Mr. Perkins

Absent: Mr. Greenbaum, Mr. Tepper

Also Present: Mayor David Scapicchio; John Dorsey, Township Attorney; Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk; Bill Sohl, Business Administrator; Sherry Maniscalco, CFO;

Questions on Bill List?

Vice President Labow: Mr. Greenbaum and Mr. Tepper have been excused from the meeting this evening. Next on the Agenda are Questions on the Bill List. Does anyone have any questions on the Bill List? Mr. Russell? I was going to say Mr. Nelson, I’m sorry. Mr. Russell has some questions for the Bill List. Name and address for the record, please.

Nelson Russell, Budd Lake: More comments than questions. I’m seeing on page 1 that we’re spending $1,806 for the Animal Hospital, just to go back into our previous…

Vice President Labow: Mrs. Maniscalco, is that the boarding and euthanasia for April?

Mr. Sohl: Is that a question? What’s the question? We spent $1,806 on the Animal Hospital.

Mrs. Maniscalco: What, Colleen?

Vice President Labow: The question for page 1 for Golub.

Mrs. Maniscalco: He just made a comment. He didn’t ask a question.

Mr. Russell: I just think that’s $1,800 we didn’t have to spend.

Mr. Sohl: Okay.

Mr. Russell: Page 14, I’m seeing non contract repairs for almost $18,000.

Mrs. Maniscalco: Tim, that’s Sanitation which I know you know we spoke about the other day.

Mr. Russell: That’s Sanitation?

Mr. Quinn: One of them was $12,000 and change for an insurance payment due to an accident to the vehicle. Another, I think it was $4,000 of that but I might be a little off, but it was an upper end of that engine that had to be rebuilt in one of the packer trucks.

Mr. Roman: Tim?

Mr. Russell: But we are covered by insurance, right?

Mr. Quinn: For the $12,000 yes.

Mr. Roman: And that gets paid to Penske Truck Leasing?

Mr. Quinn: Basically the repairs were handled through Penske for where the truck had to be sent to get the repairs done to it. It was front end damage.

Mr. Roman: Penske, the maintenance provider?

Mr. Quinn: Maintenance provider. What they did is they have the account set up with the vendor who did the major repairs to the truck. Again, it was a packer truck so Penske pays it and the insurance reimbursed Penske for the repairs.

Mr. Roman: So we will eventually get reimbursed by insurance for $12,000?

Mr. Quinn: We have been, yes. It’s all been reimbursed. It’s done.

Vice President Labow: Anything else, Mr. Roman?

Mr. Russell: Page 15, I’m seeing $82,000 for a portable inspection system. I wonder what that is.

Vice President Labow: Tim’s coming back.

Mrs. Maniscalco: Tim, that’s your Jet Vac.

Mr. Quinn: It’s the sewer camera system that we purchased for the sewer department down in Flanders. It’s for inspecting sewer lines, storm drainage lines and it was partially, the payment was assisted also by Washington Township. It’s going to be a shared piece of equipment between the two Towns.

Mr. Russell: Thank you.

Vice President Labow: Alright, any other questions on the Bill List?

Mr. Roman: No questions, I just want to make a comment. Personally, I’m happy that we as a Township provide this Bill List not only here in paper, but also on the website. I have been imploring the Board of Education to make their Bill List public. That’s it.

Public Hearing on 2009 Solid Waste Collection District Budget

Vice President Labow: Thank you. Next on the Agenda we have a Public Hearing on the 2009… I’m going to open up the hearing to the public for questions on the Resolution to Adopt the 2009 Solid Waste Collection District Budget.

1. Resolution to Adopt the 2009 Solid Waste Collection District Budget.

Vice President Labow: Anybody from the public? Seeing none, Mr. Greenbaum is not here this evening so I’ll ask Mr. Tobey to please introduce that. It’s a resolution.

Mr. Dorsey: Resolution to adopt.

Mr. Perkins: Solid waste.

Mr. Tobey: I move Resolution number one to Adopt the 2009 Solid Waste Collection District Budget.

Mr. Rattner: Second.

Vice President Labow: Any questions? Any discussion from Council? Seeing none, Roll Call.

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

Vice President Labow: Mr. Perkins, would you please introduce Resolution number two?

Mrs. Lashway: Make a motion.

Vice President Labow: Make a motion.

2. Resolution to Introduce the 2009 Municipal Budget.

Mr. Perkins: Yes, Madam Vice President, I make a motion that we accept the Resolution to Introduce the 2009 Municipal Budget.

Vice President Labow: Do I hear a second?

Mr. Roman: Second.

Vice President Labow: Okay and this one is not open to the public.

Mr. Dorsey: That’s right.

Vice President Labow: Roll Call, please.

ROLL CALL – Passed with the exception of Mr. Tobey who voted no

APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

Vice President Labow: Mr. Tobey, our May 26, 2009 Workshop, Public Meeting and Closed Session.

Mr. Tobey: I move for approval of the Minutes as presented.

May 26, 2009 WS, PM & CS

Mr. Perkins: Second.

Vice President Labow: Roll Call, please.

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

CORRESPONDENCE

LETTERS FROM RESIDENTS/ORGANIZATIONS

1. E-mail received May 20, 2009, from the Mount Olive Board of Education regarding an Important Announcement.

2. E-mail received May 31, 2009, from Innovative City Solutions regarding Putting the Economic Stimulus to Work for Your City.

3. Letter received June 4, 2009, from David Blumig regarding TNR.

RESOLUTIONS / ORDINANCES / CORRESPONDENCE OTHER TOWNS

4. E-mail received May 29, 2009, from the Township of Long Hill regarding a Community Day Invitation.

5. Letter received June 1, 2009, from the Township of Chatham regarding a Resolution supporting the proposed abolition of the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH).

6. Resolution received June 4, 2009, from the Township of Chester regarding the Support of Assembly Bill A-3570, proposing the Abolition of the Council on Affordable Housing.

DOT/ /DEP / LOI / HIGHLANDS

7. Letter received May 26, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection regarding the Morris County YMCA Dam.

8. Letter received May 26, 2009, from Civil Engineering, Inc. regarding Lots 11 & 12 Block 8301 (484 Route 46).

9. E-mail received May 27, 2009, from the New Jersey Highlands Council regarding Informational Sessions.

10. Letter received June 1, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection regarding a Mayor’s Roundtable.

11. Letter received June 1, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection regarding New Jersey Foreign Trade Zone Venture, LLC Rock Morris Inc (400 International Drive).

12. Letter received June 1, 2009, from Nusbaum, Stein, Goldstein, Bronstein & Kron regarding the Farooq Subdivision, 4 Thirty First Street, Budd Lake, New Jersey.

13. Letter received June 2, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection regarding Don’t Miss Out NJDEP/NJSLOM – Double Header Brownfield Forum and Ballgame.

14. Letter received June 3, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection regarding ITC Phone Center, 400 Route 46.

15. Letter received June 3, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection regarding a Freshwater Wetlands Statewide General Permit No. 25 and Waiver of Transition Area for Access for Joseph Henry, 112 Mount Olive Road.

LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES

16. E-mail received May 22, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding the 2009 Federal Directory, Updated 2008 New laws of Interest, and Tuesday, June 16, 2009 from Brownfields to the Ballpark.

17. E-mail received May 26, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Arbitration Award: A New Direction for Public Employee Contracts, or A Minor Detour and Media Relations Opportunities.

18. E-mail received May 27, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding League Mandates Update More Action More Info Needed, and Qualified Purchasing Agent.

19. E-mail received May 28, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding School Funding Formula Upheld, Health Insurance Costs to Rise, and Member Plaque.

20. E-mail received May 29, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Free Help with Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant Applications, and Protecting Our Communities: Reforming Health Case & New Jersey’s Biggest Industry.

21. E-mail received June 1, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding June Grant Page Posted, First of a Series of Regional COAH Briefings, and New Jersey’s 345th Birthday Party.

22. E-mail received June 2, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Proposed Towing Regulations.

23. E-mail received June 2, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Impact of Hospital Closings and Federal Update House Energy Reform Bill Takes Shape.

24. E-mail received June 2, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Important Information about Energy Efficiency and Conversation Block Grant Applications for Direct-Funded Local Governments.

25. E-mail received June 3, 2009, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding the 2009 National Summit on Your City’s Families in Boston this Columbus Day Weekend, Central Jersey Mayors Wellness Campaign “Mayor’s Healthy Cook-Off,” and Urgent Notice: Workshop Sold Out.

UTILITIES

26. E-mail received May 29, 2009, from Cable NJ Connection regarding NJCTA Partners with AG’s Office.

27. Fax received June 4, 2009, from Comcast regarding Addition of HD Channel.

28. Fax received June 5, 2009, from Comcast regarding Comcast Taping Dates Reminder.

DCA

29. E-mail received May 29, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs regarding New Jersey is Celebrating It’s 345th Birthday and You are Invited to the Party.

30. E-mail received May 29, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs regarding Free Help with Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant Applications for Direct Funded Local Governments.

31. E-mail received June 2, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs regarding a 2009 Application Round for Main Street New Jersey Designation.

32. E-mail received June 5, 2009, from the State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs regarding a State Report on Police Suicide.

LETTER FROM LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATIVES

33. E-mail received May 22, 2009, from Congressman Frelinghuysen regarding E-Newsletter.

34. E-mail received May 29, 2009, from Congressman Frelinghuysen regarding The Week Just Past, Briefs Morris, Somerset and Sussex Freeholders, North Korea Challenges the Administration, Good Idea of the Week, Bad Idea of the Week, Hurricane Hunter to Promote Math and Science Education, Spread the e-News, and Contact Rep. Frelinghuysen.

35. Letter received June 1, 2009, from Senator Thomas Kean, Jr. regarding Senate Bill 2709 and Assembly Bill 3570 which abolishes COAH.

MORRIS COUNTY

36. Minutes received May 26, 2009, from the Morris County Planning Board for an April 16, 2009 Regular Meeting.

37. Letter received May 26, 2009, from the Morris County League of Municipalities regarding a Picatinny Overview Program.

38. Letter received May 29, 2009, from the County of Morris, Department of Human Services, Division on aging, Disabilities and Veterans regarding a Public Notice.

39. E-mail received May 29, 2009, from the Morris County Housing Authority regarding a Housing Forum.

MSA

40. Minutes received June 4, 2009, from the Musconetcong Sewerage Authority regarding the May 6, 2009 meeting.

USDA

41. Letter received May 27, 2009, from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) regarding a Farm Service Agency (FSA) Newsletter.

TORT

42. Claim received June 1, 2009, from John F. McDonnell, Esq. regarding Dawn Fenty, Richard Fenty, and Joyce Fenty vs. David Turner.

Vice President Labow: We have 1 though 42 on our Correspondence. Would anyone like to address any of the Correspondence that we see? Seeing none… I’m sorry. Who did I miss?

Mr. Perkins: You’ve got to jump on that other side.

Mr. Roman: What happens is your check mark is higher than…

Vice President Labow: You know what it is? The microphones were right at the same level. Go ahead. Sorry, Mr. Perkins.

Mr. Perkins: I just wanted to address the letter received June 4 from Mr. Blumig regarding TNR. I thought it was very informative and again, if nothing else, it just gives you the opposite side of view. We need to look at both. Thank you, Madame Vice President.

Mr. Roman: I did read that and yes, I found it very informative.

ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING

Vice President Labow: Anybody else? Seeing none, we have Ordinances for Public Hearing. Ord.#10-2009, entitled:

Ord.#10-2009 An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 400 Entitled “Land Use” to Modify §400-101 Entitled “Nonresidential Districts” to Permit Restaurants, Bars and Nightclubs as Permitted Principal Uses in the C-1 Commercial Zone District and to Revise the Schedule of Limitations for Nonresidential Districts to Implement a Minimum Lot Frontage Requirement. (continue to June 23, 2009, for Planning Board response)

Mrs. Lashway: Mr. Roman is going to make a motion to continue it.

Vice President Labow: Mr. Roman, would you like to make a motion to continue this?

Mr. Roman: I would like to make a motion to continue it to June 23rd for a Planning Board response.

Mr. Perkins: Second.

Vice President Labow: Thank you. Roll Call, please.

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

Vice President Labow: Ord.#11-2009, entitled:

Ord.#11-2009 An Ordinance of the Township of Mount Olive to Amend and Supplement Section 196-28 Entitled “Payments; Penalties for Nonpayment,” Subsection B of the Code of the Township of Mount Olive.

Mr. Rattner: I move for adoption and final passage of Ord.#11-2009.

Mr. Perkins: Second.

Vice President Labow: Do we open to the public?

Mrs. Lashway: Where’s your cheat sheet?

Vice President Labow: I don’t know. I lost my cheat sheet. I’m sorry.

Mr. Rattner: …bed time.

Vice President Labow: I know. I’m tired. Everybody’s tired. Okay, before I have Mr. Rattner move it I’m opening it to the public. Does anyone have any comments or concerns? Seeing none, closed to the public. Mr. Rattner, would you please move…?

Mr. Rattner: I move for adoption and final passage of Ord.#11-2009.

Mr. Perkins: Second.

Vice President Labow: Any Council discussion? Seeing none, Roll Call, please?

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

Vice President Labow: I declare that Ord.#11-2009 has passed on second reading, and I hereby direct the Clerk to forward a copy of same to the Mayor and publish a notice of adoption as required by law.

ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING (second reading/public hearing June 23, 2009)

Vice President Labow: Okay, moving on to the next one, Ordinances for First Reading with a second reading and public hearing on June 23, 2009. Ord. #12-2009, entitled:

Ord.#12-2009 An Ordinance of the Township of Mount Olive Establishing the Salary for the Director of the Department of Public Works for the Year 2009.

Vice President Labow: Mr. Roman?

Mr. Roman: I move that Ord.#12-2009 be introduced by title and passed on first reading and that a meeting be held on June 23, 2009 at 7:30 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 204 Flanders-Drakestown Road, Mount Olive, NJ for a public hearing consideration of said reading and passage of said ordinance and that the Clerk be directed to publish, post and make available such ordinance in accordance with the requirements of law.

Mr. Rattner: Second.

Vice President Labow: Thank you, Roll Call, please.

ROLL CALL – Passed with the exception Mr. Tobey voted no and Mr. Perkins abstained

Vice President Labow: Mr. Dorsey, do we have enough?

Mr. Dorsey: It’s introduced.

Vice President Labow: It’s introduced. I mean, do we have enough…?

Mr. Dorsey: It’s introduced.

Vice President Labow: Introduced, majority for introduction. We’ll go on to the Consent Resolutions.

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

3. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Awarding a Contract to Accurate Waste Removal Services for Sewerage Sludge Pumping Services for the years 2009-2011.

4. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Mayor to Execute an Application to NJDEP for the Water Main Extension at Mount Olive Mews, Block 4100 Lot 80.

5. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Amending the 2009 Temporary Budget for all Funds.

6. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Tax Collector to Prepare and Mail Estimated Tax Bills in Accordance with P.L. 1994 Chapter 72.

7. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Use of Various Purchasing Contracts (Atlantic Tactical of NJ & CMF Business Supplies).

8. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Mayor to issue a Letter to the HMUA Advising it is Appropriate to Permit the Mountaintop Assembly of God Church at 6 Naughright Road to Connect to the HMUA.

9. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Submission of a Grant Application and Execution of a Grant Agreement with the NJDOT for the Wolfe Road Resurfacing Project.

10. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Renewal of Alcoholic Beverage Licenses for the 2009-2010 Licensing Period. Revised 6/8/09

11. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Endorsing Callaremi Pontiac. Received 6/8/09

Vice President Labow: Does anyone have any resolutions they would…?

Mr. Roman: I would like to remove number 11.

Vice President Labow: Eleven, okay because I was going to ask for that one also. Mr. Tobey, could you please move Resolutions 3 through 10?

Mr. Tobey: I move Consent Resolutions 3 through 10.

Mr. Perkins: Second.

Vice President Labow: Okay, Roll Call, please?

Vice President Labow: We have a Roll Call for the Consent…

Mrs. Lashway: 3 through 10?

Vice President Labow: 3 through 10.

Mrs. Lashway: And there was a second?

Vice President Labow: Yes, Mr…

PUBLIC PORTION ON CONSENT RESOLUTIONS – none

COUNCIL COMMENTS ON CONSENT RESOLUTIONS – none

ROLL CALL – Passed with the exception Mr. Tobey abstained from number 3

RESOLUTIONS NON CONSENT

Vice President Labow: Oh, I’m sorry, open to the public. Any comments on Resolutions 3 through 10? I think I should have done that first. Seeing none, Mr. Roman, could you please move Resolution number 11?

11. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Endorsing Callaremi Pontiac. Received 6/8/09

Mr. Roman: Yes, I’d like to move for approval of Resolution number 11. I mean, frankly I was there at Callaremi and it’s a sad state of affairs where a business has been around for 52 years and is being forced to shut down not through any fault of their own. They are currently profitable, but they are being forced to close based on political intervention from our federal government.

Mr. Rattner: Second.

Vice President Labow: Anybody from the public want to add any questions or comments? Could we have a Roll Call, please? Council members, anything? Seeing none.

PUBLIC PORTION ON INDIVIDUAL RESOLUTIONS – none

COUNCIL COMMENTS ON INDIVIDUAL RESOLUTIONS – none

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

MOTIONS

Vice President Labow: Also, Mrs. Lashway, could you send a copy of this to Callaremi showing our support? Public portion, oh, we did that already. Now, we’re on to Motions. Mr. Perkins? He’s ready to go.

Mr. Perkins: Yes, I move for approval of the 20 pages of the Bill List as submitted.

1. Bill List.

Mr. Rattner: Second.

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

Vice President Labow: Administrative Matters, Mr. Sohl? Do you have any Administrative Matters today, Mr. Sohl?

Mr. Sohl: Yes, I’d just briefly like to mention that last Friday we completed the first week of ambulance service through the weekdays. It worked out very well during the week. I’m not aware of any problems encountered. We’re moving right along.

OLD BUSINESS – none

NEW BUSINESS – none

LEGAL MATTERS – none

COUNCIL REPORTS

Vice President Labow: Very good, thank you. Any Old Business? Does anyone have any Old Business? Seeing none, New Business? No New Business. Legal Matters, Mr. Dorsey? None. Council Reports, Recreation Report, Mr. Roman?

Recreation Liaison Report

Mr. Roman: Yes, there was a meeting held June 3rd. One of the items that came up was that the Beach will be open June 13th. A few non-resident Beach memberships have been sold. From what I understand as of last evening, more have been sold since then. There will be new spaces at the Beach and those spaces are where the two old DPW buildings used to be. They have been striped as of recently. Online registration for Recreation programs, the start date is July 1st. That is it.

Vice President Labow: Thank you. Mr. Perkins, Board of Health Report.

Board of Health Report

Mr. Perkins: No meeting yet.

Planning Board Report – none

Board of Adjustment Liaison Report - none

Open Space Committee Report

Vice President Labow: No meeting. Mr. Greenbaum is not here. We don’t have anything for Planning Board or Board of Adjustment. Open Space, we did not have a meeting last night because we’re having our special meeting tomorrow night. We’re going to be discussing the Trail Plan tomorrow night at 7:00 here. This is the trails that we’ve been working on with our grant that we have from the County working with the Land Conservancy. Hopefully we’ll have a lot of people in attendance. Board of Education liaison. Mr. Roman, do you have your report or…

Mr. Perkins: You just snuck right on down there, didn’t you?

Vice President Labow: Oh, I’m sorry. I skipped Mr. Perkin’s Legislative Committee Report. I skipped right over.

Legislative Committee Report

Mr. Perkins: Obviously, during Saturday all of us showed up. Paul Licitra, our Legislative liaison, as well as Assemblyman Gary Chiusano and Assemblywoman Allison McHose attended the rally up at Callremi, as did quite a few of our Council members and a lot of residents. So they are showing their support. As a matter of fact, Gary Chiusano gave an interview with Channel 12, which I understand was on at 10:00 Sunday night maybe, talking about the economic impact that this is having upon our community.

Vice President Labow: I know when I got there in the afternoon they had 870 signatures already. It was quite a turnout.

Mr. Perkins: Up to 1,500 today.

Pride Committee Report

Vice President Labow: Wow. I apologize for skipping over the Legislative Report, Mr. Perkins. I’m going to bounce down to the Pride Committee. We don’t have anything to report right now. We have Board of Education and now we’re on to you, Mr. Roman.

Board of Education Liaison Report

Mr. Roman: Last night there was a Board of Education meeting. It was rather dull, boring, not much was said. I mean, the gist of it was on a positive note. The Teachers of the Year were recognized. It was rather impressive to see that a good portion of the crowd that was there last night were there to support the Teacher’s of the Year. So at least there was some positive that came out of it. There were a lot of heartfelt speeches from some of the teachers, and yes there were lengthy public comments regarding the bussing, and I’d like to report that the Mayor and Mr. Tobey were there. Mr. Greenbaum was also in attendance and that’s it.

Vice President Labow: Lake Environment Issues Committee, Mr. Rattner?

Lake/Environment Issues Committee

Mr. Rattner: Nothing to report.

Vice President Labow: Safety Committee, Mr. Perkins?

Safety Committee Liaison

Mr. Perkins: Just to reiterate what Mr. Sohl has already reported on, other than the first day glitch with the radio communications, everything seems to be going very well. The squads are working together reasonably comfortably.

Vice President Labow: Wonderful, perfect, Economic Development Committee, Mr. Rattner?

Economic Development Committee Report

Mr. Rattner: Haven’t met.

Vice President Labow: Okay, Solid Waste Advisory, Mr. Perkins?

Solid Waste Advisory Committee Report

Mr. Perkins: Nothing.

Vice President Labow: Library, Mr. Tobey?

Library Board Liaison

Mr. Tobey: Nothing to report.

Senior Citizen Liaison

Vice President Labow: Nothing, alright, and I have nothing to report at this current time with Senior Citizens.

Mr. Perkins: I do, Mrs. Labow.

Vice President Labow: You do, thank you very much.

Mr. Perkins: Thank you to our Clerk, Lisa Lashway, who came over and swore in the new officers. It was a nice event to see a little changing of the guard, and Mrs. Lashway has the listing of the officers for you to take, Colleen.

Vice President Labow: Thank you very much. Public portion, anybody from the public want to address the Council?

PUBLIC PORTION – none

Mr. Perkins: You guys have got to be blown out by now, right?

Vice President Labow: Everybody’s like half asleep back there. Seeing none, any Council Comments? Mr. Tobey?

COUNCIL COMMENTS

Mr. Tobey: Nothing.

Vice President Labow: Mr. Perkins?

Mr. Perkins: Enough said.

Vice President Labow: Mr. Roman?

Mr. Roman: We recently had the Primary election and what I’d like to say is that I’m not extremely happy with the outcome of that election. One of the main reasons is that we have to find somebody to fill some of these other Committees.

Vice President Labow: Mr. Rattner?

Mr. Rattner: I wasn’t real happy either. I have no comments.

Vice President Labow: Okay and I have nothing. Can I have a motion to adjourn?

Mr. Perkins: So moved.

Mr. Roman: Second.

Vice President Labow: All in favor?

AYE
ADJOURNMENT

Motion was made and seconded, all in favor and none opposed, the meeting was adjourned at 11:04 pm.

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Colleen Labow, Council Vice 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 June 23, 2009.
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Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk
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