TOWNSHIP COUNCIL PUBLIC MEETING MINUTES - November 23, 2010

 

The Public Meeting of the Mount Olive Township Council was called to Order at 7:44pm 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, Mr. Tobey

 

Absent: None

 

Also Present: Sherry Maniscalco, CFO; Dominick DiYanni, Township Attorney; Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk; Mayor David Scapicchio

 


OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT ANNOUNCEMENT

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS: - C. Labow

 

President Tobey: We are up to Approval of Minutes of the Previous Meetings. Mrs. Labow, would you be so kind?

 

Mrs. Labow: Yes, I make a Motion that we approve:

November 9, 2010, WS & CS - (all present)

 

President Tobey: Thank you, I'll second that. Roll Call please.

 

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

LETTERS FROM RESIDENTS/ORGANIZATIONS

 

•  E-mail received November 8, 2010. From We Work for Health regarding You're Invited: 2010 Mid Term Election Wrap Up.

 

•  E-mail received November 9, 2010, from Downtown New Jersey, Inc. regarding Scheduled Events for Downtown New Jersey.

 

•  E-mail received November 9, 2010, from Patriot Consulting regarding Free Shared Services & Consolidation Advising at League of Municipalities Conference.

 

•  E-mail received November 9, 2010, from Rutgers regarding Social Media Flyer.

 

RESOLUTIONS, ORDINANCES & CORRESPONDENCE FROM OTHER TOWNS

 

•  Resolution received November 15, 2010, from Jefferson Township regarding a Resolution Opposing Assembly Bill No. 2095 Which Revises Requirements for Medical Service Delivery.

 

•  Resolution received November 19, 2010, from the Borough of Lincoln Park regarding Opposition to A-2095 & S-818.

 

•  Resolution received November 19, 2010, from the Borough of Lincoln Park regarding Support of Access to Adoptive Records.

 

DOT / DEP / LOI / HIG HLANDS / EPA / DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE

 

•  Meeting Agenda received November 12, 2010, from the State of New Jersey, Highlands Water Protection and Planning Council regarding the November 19, 2010 meeting.

 

•  Letter received November 15, 2010, from the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding “The Electronic Waste Management Act.”

 

•  Letter received November 15, 2010, from the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding No Further Action Letter for Flanders Gulf, Block 5501, Lot 23 (14 Park Place).

 

•  Letter received November 16, 2010, from the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Indian Springs Well House Block 2100 Lot 33 (Indian Spring Road)

 

LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES

 

•  E-mail received November 5, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Assembly to Consider Housing Legislation.

 

•  E-mail received November 5, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Attention Mayors – The 95 th Annual Conference Approaches.

 

•  E-mail received November 5, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Important Conference Session State Policy matters and Revised – Please Join our Panel Discussion in AC.

 

•  E-mail received November 8, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding URGENT NEW OPRA RATES.

 

•  Legislative Bulletin received November 8, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Bills That Were Enacted as Laws of 2010.

 

•  E-mail received November 8, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding League Information.

 

•  E-mail received November 9, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Important Conf Sessions Technology and Sustainable Jersey 2010 Certification.

 

•  E-mail received November 9, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Temporary Layoff Plans.

 

•  E-mail received November 9, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Assembly Committee Releases COAH Bill.

 

•  E-mail received November 10, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Updates from League Conference Next Week, Mayors Wellness Campaign, 19 th Annual Mayors Legislative Day and Important Conference Sessions.

 

•  E-mail received November 11, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Updates from League Conference on Twitter, Importance Conference Sessions, Orientation for Officials and Executive Leadership Training.

 

•  E-mail received November 12, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Ethics Task Force Report Released.

 

•  E-mail received November 12, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Follow League's Conference Updates on Twitter and Importance Conference Sessions Land Use Issues.

 

•  E-mail received November 19, 2010, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Upcoming League Seminar.

 

 

DCA

 

•  E-mail received November 15, 2010, from Department of Community Affairs regarding Gov Connect Update.

MORRIS COUNTY

 

•  Minutes received November 12, 2010, from the Morris County Planning Board regarding the September 16, 2010 meeting.

 

•  Letter received November 17, 2010, from the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders regarding South Branch Preserve Additions.

 

MSA / MUA / HMUA

 

•  Letter received November 8, 2010, from the Musconetcong Sewer Authority regarding Assembly Bill A3088.

 

UTILITIES

 

•  Fax received November 9, 2010, from Comcast regarding Price Reductions.

 

•  Fax received November 15, 2010, from Comcast regarding WPIX this TV and CBS College Sports.

 

President Tobey: There are 31 pieces of Correspondence. Does anyone on Council wish to discuss any, Mayor?

 

Mayor Scapicchio: Number 28, I just would like to bring to Council's attention if they haven't already heard that the Freeholders have selected the South Branch Preserve Editions which is one of fifteen proposals for 2010 that is receiving County Open Space funds, we'll receive 1.6 million dollars for that project.

 

President Tobey: That is great news to say the least.

 

Mr. Mania: Yes.

 

ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEAR ING

 

President Tobey: Any other comments or questions on Correspondence? Seeing none, we're up to Ordinances for Public Hearing. I open the hearing to the public on:

 

Ord.#27-2010 Refunding Bond Ordinance Providing for Payment of Amounts Owing to Others for Taxes Levied in and by the Township of Mount Olive, in the County of Morris, New Jersey, Appropriating $1,460,000 Therefor and Authorizing the Issuance of $1,460,000 Bonds or Notes of the Township for Financing the Cost Thereof.

 

President Tobey: Does anyone from the public wish to be heard? Seeing none, I'll close it to the Public. I would ask Mr. Mania to please move that.

 

Mr. Mania: I move adoption and final passage of Ordinance #27-2010.

 

Mr. Labow: Second.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, it's been moved and seconded. Any Council discussion? Seeing none, Roll Call please.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously.

 

President Tobey: Ordinance #27-2010 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 #28-2010, entitled:

 

Ord.#28-2010 An Ordinance to Amend and Supplement Various Articles of Chapter 400 Entitled ‘Land Use” to Implement Recommendations of the June 17, 2010m Periodic Reexamination Report of the Master Plan and Development Regulations – Amended July 15, 2010, and the October 14, 2010, Amendment to the Master Plan Land Use Plan Element of the 2003 Master Plan to Rezone a Parcel to the Public/Conservation District and to Rezone Certain Parcels to New Zone Districts.

 

President Tobey: Does anyone from the public wish to be heard? Seeing none, I'll close it to the public. Mr. Perkins, would you be so kind?

 

Mr. Perkins: I move for adoption and final passage of Ordinance #28-2010.

 

Mr. Labow: Second.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, it's been moved and seconded. Any Council discussion? Seeing none, Roll Call please.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously.

 

President Tobey: Ordinance #28-2010 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 #29-2010, entitled:

 

Ord.#29-2010 Ordinance of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Amending Ordinance #43-2007 Chapter 102, Article I of the Municipal Code.

 

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

 

Mr. Roman: I move for adoption and final passage of Ordinance #29-2010.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, I'll second that. Any Council discussion, Mr. Perkins?

 

Mr. Perkins: Thank you Mr. President. Sherry, how's the public? I know you have the notices up on the counter when they come in.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Yes, we have notices all over the place.

 

Mr. Perkins: Yeah, how are people…

Mrs. Maniscalco: Once we tell them that the bank is no longer picking up the fees, they're okay with it and basically people that don't want to pay the fee aren't going to pay by credit card so I think that they will be fine with it.

 

Mr. Perkins: Perfect.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: So they are like, “I'm not going to pay for this; I'm just not going to put it on my credit card.” It's really that simple.

 

Mr. Perkins: Walk down the hall to the ATM, right?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Yeah, exactly. Just so you know in terms of a collection rate, we actually just hit 98% today so we're doing really well with that too.

 

Mr. Perkins: Ninety eight percent, wonderful.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Hopefully my concern that, you know, changing the credit card process was going to affect the collection rate will not come true, we'll see.

 

Mr. Perkins: Thank you Sherry. Thank you Mr. President.

 

Mr. Walsh: Just a quick question. When did they start picking up those fees?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Since we had PNC Pat, they have picked up the fees. That was part of the agreement. We've been with PNC since… I want to say since I think 2003 and the agreement that we had that we negotiated with them was that they would pick up the fees.

 

Mr. Walsh: When did they decide to stop picking up fees?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: They sent us a notice, oh when was it? The beginning of October I want to say.

 

Mr. Walsh: Okay.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Because of the collateral requirement changes that all the banks have had, they are not picking up the… some of the third party fees that they weren't picking up, one of them being credit cards. I did just go out for bank proposals and all of the banks have all said the same thing. They are not going to pick up those fees. It's just not PNC.

 

Mr. Walsh: Did PNC say a reason or was that what you just gave me?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Yes, their collateral requirements have changed so because of that they can no longer afford to pick up those costs as part of our banking relationship.

 

Mr. Walsh: Okay, thank you.

 

Mr. Roman: If I could get some information. The collateral changes for the banks that came out to about what? What was…?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: You mean, when did it come out?

 

Mr. Roman: Was it a cause of financial reform?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Yes, exactly. There was some reform that was made and I believe those changes go into effect for them at the beginning of the year which is why they are now passing along stricter requirements for us.

 

Mr. Roman: So basically in order to protect the consumer, we now have… it cost the consumer.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Exactly, yes.

 

Mrs. Labow: That sums it up.

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Look, but the reality is that we've had a great deal with them in terms of the fact that they've picked up these fees since 2003. As I told you, we're running about $150,000 a year so it's a lot. We've been lucky that we've been able to have it covered this long.

 

President Tobey: Thank you. Any other Council discussion? Seeing none, Roll Call please.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously.

 

President Tobey: Ordinance #29-2010 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 #30-2010, entitled:

 

Ord.#30-2010 An Ordinance of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Amending Ordinance #21-2010 of the Township of Mount Olive Entitled “Salaries of Certain Non-Union Personnel.”

 

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

 

Mr. Greenbaum: I move Ordinance #30-2010 for approval.

 

Mr. Perkins: Second.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, it's been moved and seconded. Any Council discussion, Mr. Roman?

 

Mr. Roman: Is this a new position that was added or replacement for a position?

 

Mrs. Maniscalco: Yes, it's not a new position Alex. It's just a replacement and previously this position had been… I believe my understanding is that it had been in the Union and since it's not a Union position, the salary has to be dictated by Ordinance which is why you see this.

 

Mr. Roman: Thank you.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, any other Council discussion? Seeing none, Roll Call please.

 

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

 

President Tobey: Ordinance #30-2010 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.

 

ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING – None

 

President Tobey: We are up to Consent Resolutions. We have six listed. Does anyone wish to move any to Non Consent?

 

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 – P. Walsh

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Awarding a contract to First Vehicle Services for In-house Fleet Maintenance Services. PDF Resolution

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Awarding a Contract to Aristocrat Limousine & Bus Co. for Bus (motorcoach) Transportation. PDF Resolution

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Canceling a Contract with Verizon for Telecommunication Services. PDF Resolution

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Revising a Previously Adopted Resolution Authorizing the Mayor to Execute an Agreement with Optimum Lightpath for Telecommunication Services. PDF Resolution

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Requesting Approval from the Director of the DLGS for Insertion of a Specific Item of Revenue into the 2010 Municipal Budget ($5,000 Holiday Over the Limit Under Arrest Grant). PDF Resolution

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Supporting that the Lake Hopatcong Water Level Management Plan be Limited to the Original Wording that Requires Notification of Outflow Amounts Based upon Common Scientific Standards. PDF Resolution

 

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

 

President Tobey: Thank you, any others? Seeing none, Mr. Walsh would you please move two through six?

 

Mr. Walsh: I move Consent Resolutions numbers two through six.

 

Mr. Mania: Second.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, it's been moved and seconded. Does anyone from the public wish to comment on numbers two through six? Seeing none, any other Council discussion? Roll Call Please.

 

PUBLIC PORTION ON CONSENT RESOLUTIONS - None

 

COUNCIL COMMENTS ON CONSENT RESOLUTIONS - None

 

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

 

RESOLUTIONS NON-CONSENT

 

President Tobey: Mr. Roman, Non Consent Resolution numbers one, would you please move that?

 

Mr. Roman: Yes, before I move that I would just like to explain my reasoning to moving it to Non Consent. Fleet Maintenance has always been an issue that's plagued the Township, the Board of Ed and as such I think it warranted the austere position of being placed on Non Consent so I move for the approval of Non Consent Resolution number one.

 

Mr. Perkins: Second.

 

President Tobey: It's been moved and seconded. Does anyone from the public wish to comment on number one? Any other Council Comments, Mrs. Labow?

 

PUBLIC PORTION ON INDIVIDUAL RESOLUTIONS - None

 

COUNCIL COMMENTS ON INDIVIDUAL RESOLUTIONS

 

Mrs. Labow: I just want to “ditto” what Alex said. I was going to also ask for it to be removed to Non Consent so…

 

Mr. Roman: It's alphabetical “A”, that's why…

 

Mr. Walsh: Alex, are you saying that you don't want to vote for this?

 

Mr. Roman: No, no...

 

Mr. Walsh: Okay, gotcha.

 

President Tobey: Roll Call please.

 

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

 

President Tobey: We're up to Consent Motions. We have just one listed which is the Bill List. Mr. Mania, would you please move that?

 

MOTIONS CONSENT

 

Mr. Mania: Mr. Chairman, I move for the consent Motions:

 

•  Bill List. PDF Bill List

 

President Tobey: Thank you, I'll second that. Does anyone from the public have any question on the Bill List? Seeing none, Roll Call please.

 

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

 

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

 

President Tobey: We're up to Administrative Reports. Mayor, Mr. Sohl?

 

Mr. Sohl: Yes, I would just like to report that we had the sale of Charters Farm on Friday, which was a long time in the making. We got a respectable bid of $387,500 which there is a 5% buyers fee that goes on top of that to the auctioneer but we're in good overall position relative… the Mayor has signed the documents. The attorney's office has those documents in hand.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, Mayor?

 

Mayor Scapicchio: Two things, just an FYI for Council. A company has bought and is renovating the old Perkins Restaurant. It's going to be a bakery / delicatessen. I believe they have another one in Mount Arlington or Jefferson which is very successful I'm told.

 

Mr. Mania: Yes they do.

 

Mayor Scapicchio: There is a vacant building that is now going to be occupied. The second thing, I want to submit the name of Alvin Melveger to the Library Board to replace Stan Miller who resigned based on business and traveling. That term would expire 12/31/2011 and that's an advice and consent so I would ask Council to act on that tonight if they could.

 

President Tobey: Okay.

 

Mr. Greenbaum: I'll move it.

 

Mr. Perkins: I'll second it.

 

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

 

ROLL CALL – Passed Unanimously

 

Mayor Scapicchio: Mr. Tobey… Lisa, if I may, can you pass this information on to Scott over at the Library.

 

Mrs. Lashway: Yes.

 

Mayor Scapicchio: Also let Al know that he's been appointed.

 

Mrs. Lashway: Sure.

 

Mayor Scapicchio: Thank you very much.

 

President Tobey: Thank you Mayor. Moving on to Old Business, is there any Old Business? Mrs. Labow?

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

Mrs. Labow: This is a question for Bill and the Mayor. Two weeks ago we had a lot of discussion coming to us about the 19 take home vehicles and you said you were going to work on it and you had already reduced by one. I was wondering if there had been any other reductions. I am still getting questions from people.

 

Mayor Scapicchio: No, I made a report and what I said stands today.

 

Mrs. Labow: Okay, I just want to… I know you were going to look at it a little bit further.

 

Mayor Scapicchio: It stands today. I know Mr. Mania along with another Council member wanted to meet with the Chief so they could have a better understanding.

 

Mr. Mania: Mr. Tobey.

 

Mayor Scapicchio: A better understanding of the need and we'll set that up for them.

 

Mrs. Labow: Okay, that was my next question.

 

President Tobey: That has not been scheduled as of tonight.

 

Mrs. Labow: Okay, I just wanted some follow up.

 

Mr. Mania: I'm looking forward to that meeting.

 

Mrs. Labow: Okay, so then just… next meeting if it happens, then maybe you'll let us know what happens.

 

President Tobey: Yes.

 

Mrs. Labow: Thank you.

 

President Tobey: Is there any other Old Business? Any New Business? Any Legal Matters today to report? on?

 

NEW BUSINESS - None

 

LEGAL MATTERS

 

Mr. DiYanni: Nothing today to report.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, Council Reports. Does anyone on Council have any reports to offer this evening?

 

COUNCIL REPORTS

 

Senior Citizen Liaison

Mr. Mania: Just the Seniors have their annual Christmas Party on December the 2 nd , from 11:00am to 3:00pm. It will take place at the Mount Arlington Caterers on 450 Howard Boulevard in Mount Arlington.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, Mr. Mania. Mr. Roman?

 

Recreation Liaison Report

 

Mr. Roman: Yes, Recreation… the football season is over. Now basketball season is underway followed by Lacrosse which brings me up to the… next week I believe there will be a meeting held between Tim Quinn, Jim Lynch and some members of Lacrosse to outline what the Administration's proposal is to give the Lacrosse a field of their own. Subsequent then is following that; we'll probably be submitting a Resolution to request funds from Open Space in order to make that happen for them.

 

President Tobey: Tim, if I may…. Did you get an opportunity to speak to the Mayor or Mr. Sohl since the last Council meeting when we briefly discussed it after that meeting prior to the Council?

 

Mr. Quinn: We are still working on, basically the dimensions of the field. What Jim and I have been talking about is the original plan. We've done work up there removing surface rocks and imbedded rocks so we've got a good head start on what we want to get accomplished before the Winter really sets in. Originally we set up two fields up there. Lacrosse fields are very large. The two fields that we were first planning on going with were approximately 280 x 150. A Lacrosee field is actually 330x180. They are larger than football fields; they are very large fields so what we are looking at right now which Jim has marked out is basically an official size Lacrosse field. This would actually be taking the place of the two fields. We feel right now that it's more important to give them an actual field instead of two smaller fields. This will allow a warm up area, the official size playing field and some additional parking. The meeting Wednesday is to meet with Lacrosse up there to show them what we've got marked out and what we've accomplished so far and get their opinion as to whether they are satisfied with the work that we've completed so far and what we are proposing to offer them. After that meeting, at that point we'll meet with Bill and the Mayor and give them our exact plans on what's going to happen up there and the discussion will go from there.

 

President Tobey: Excellent, Tim and Jim, thank you for your efforts on that.

 

Mr. Roman: Tim, in the plans that are being discussed, is there going to be a possibility for them to have a concession stand?

 

Mr. Quinn: Yes, we've already talked about that. The concession stand, nothing has changed with that. We do have the ability of supplying potable water to the site. They believe that they can get some type of donations going for the structure so that's still part of the plan. That's still going to happen if we move forward with the project.

 

President Tobey: Mrs. Labow?

 

Mrs. Labow: I kind of just prefer before the funds are taken, withdrawn from Open Space we do have the Open Space Committee, and I do feel very strongly that they should be made aware of what the plans are.

 

Mayor Scapicchio: We're going to follow the chain of command and Open Space is going to be part of that discussion.

 

Mrs. Labow: Thank you.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, thank you Tim.

 

Board of Health Report – none

Planning Board Report – none

Open Space Committee Report – none

Legislative Committee Report – none

Pride Committee Report – none

Board of Education Liaison Report – none

Lake/Environment Issues Committee – none

Safety Committee Liaison – none

Economic Development Committee Report – none

Library Board Liaison – none

Community Development Revenue Sharing – none

 

President Tobey: Are there any other Council Reports this evening? Seeing none we are up to the second Public Portion. Does anyone from the public wish to be heard? Seeing none, any closing Council Comments, Mrs. Labow?

 

PUBLIC PORTION - None

 

COUNCIL COMMENTS

 

Mrs. Labow: I just want to say to everyone, have a very happy, healthy Thanksgiving. I know it's been a really rough year for a lot of people and yet we still have a lot to be thankful for and so happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, Mr. Walsh?

 

Mr. Walsh: Nope, nothing further.

 

Mr. Mania: Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. Don't eat too much.

 

President Tobey: Mr. Perkins?

 

Mr. Perkins: Thank you Mr. President. Just upcoming quick… Sunday, November 28 th , Santa will be having breakfast with children down at the Budd Lake Fire Station. It's starts at 8:00am and runs until 11:00am. Hopefully people can bring their children down there and enjoy some photos and some games with Santa and also our annual Santa House opens up this Saturday on the 27 th and that runs from 10:00am to 4:00pm every weekend right through Christmas.

 

President Tobey: Thank you, Mr. Perkins. Mr. Roman?

 

Mr. Roman: Nothing.

 

President Tobey: Mr. Greenbaum?

 

Mr. Greenbaum: Yes, I would like to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving also. I also would like the record to reflect that the U-9 Blizzard girls travel soccer team from Mount Olive 9, 0 and 1, won their flight and looking forward to the Spring season, congratulations.

 

President Tobey: Excellent, and I'd like to wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving also. I'll accept a Motion to Adjourn.

 

Mr. Perkins: So moved.

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

Motion was made and seconded, all in favor and none opposed, the meeting was adjourned at 8:24pm.

 

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Phil Tobey, Council President

 

I, Lisa 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 December 7, 2010.

 

 

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Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk

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