The Public Meeting of the Mount Olive Township Council was called to order at 7:38 p.m. by Council President Labow. 

OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT ANNOUNCEMENT
Miss Masser:  According to the Open Public Meetings Act, adequate notice of this meeting has been given to the Daily Record. Notice has been posted in 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. Nicastro, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Roman, Mr. Staszak, Mr. Mania

Absent:           Mr. Ferrante and Mrs. Labow

Also Present:  Michelle Masser, Deputy Clerk; Jeff Pasek, Township Attorney; Sean Canning, Business Administrator; Mayor Robert Greenbaum

APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

November 26, 2013 WS & PM

Council Vice President Mania:  We have the approval of Minutes of previous meetings.  Mr. Perkins, would you do that, please?

Mr. Perkins:  Yes, Mr. Vice President.  I move for the approval of the previous Minutes of November 12, 2013 Workshop and Public Meeting.

Mr. Roman:  Second.

Council Vice President Mania:  All in favor.

Mr. Roman:  Roll Call.

Mr. Perkins:  Roll Call.

Council Vice President Mania:  Roll Call.  Sorry.

ROLL CALL:           Passed Unanimously 

CORRESPONDENCE

Council Vice President Mania:  We have 29 letters of Correspondence.  Any discussion?  Hearing none.

LETTERS FROM RESIDENTS/ORGANIZATIONS/OTHER TOWNS

  1. Email received November 8, 2013, from Sustainable Raritan River Initiative regarding Registration now open for the Sustainable Raritan River Mini-Conference 12/5/13.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received November 11, 2013, from Downtown New Jersey regarding Downtown New Jersey at the League of Municipalities. PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received November 13, 2013, from Clarity Technologies Group, LLC regarding NJ League of Municipalities.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received November 14, 2013, from EPIC Seminars regarding Management and Supervision Training Opportunity.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received November 15, 2013, from Downtown New Jersey regarding Events you don’t want to miss at the League and after.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received November 15, 2013, from Downtown New Jersey regarding we hope to see you at the League of Municipalities.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received November 15, 2013, from National League of Cities regarding Driving Change: A Bold New Approach.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received November 18, 2013, from Downtown New Jersey regarding Hope you will join us at the League and after.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received November 19, 2013, from Community Soup Kitchen & Outreach Center regarding Black Friday…Cyber Monday…Giving Tuesday?  PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received November 20, 2013, from National League of Cities regarding NLC Membership Elects New Leadership.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received November 20, 2013, from Rutgers regarding Municipal and County issues to be discussed at Mini-Conference December 5, 2013.  PDF Correspondence

DEP / DOT / LOI / HIGHLANDS / EPA / DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE / ABC / BIDS

  1. Email received November 8, 2013, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding NJDEP Press Release – Safe and Proper Use of Wood Burning Stoves.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Letter received November 12, 2013, from State of New Jersey; Department of Environmental Protection regarding The NJDOT cordially invites you to attend an informal Public Information Center regarding the Route 46 over the Musconetcong River Bridge Deck Replacement project in Hackettstown Town, Warren County, Mt. Olive and Washington Townships in Morris County.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received November 13, 2013, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Remedial Action Report Approval 21 South Hillside Avenue, Mount Olive Twp, NJ 07828.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Letter received November 15, 2013, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding one 550-gallon #2 Heating Oil Underground Storage Tank System (19 Summit Ave, Block 3606, Lot 18).  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received November 18, 2013, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Water Quality Management Plan Jallad – Single Family Home (Block 7100, Lot 66) 134 Flanders-Drakestown Road.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Letter received November 18, 2013, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Water Quality Management Plan Centercourt at Mount Olive (Block 4400, Lost 3) 184 Flanders Netcong Road.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received November 20, 2013, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding December 13, 2013 Clean Water Council Public Hearing Notice.  PDF Correspondence

MORRIS COUNTY

  1. Email received November 8, 2013, from County of Morris regarding News from County of Morris November 8, 2013.  PDF Correspondence

 

MUA / MSA

  1. Email received November 22, 2013, from Musconetcong Sewerage Authority regarding October 24, 2013 Approved Meeting Minutes.  PDF Correspondence

 

UTILITIES

  1. Email received November 12, 2013, from JCP&L regarding JCP&L to Hold Open House for Morris County Transmission Project.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received November 13, 2013, from Comcast regarding Cable Changes.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Letter received November 14, 2013, from Cablevision regarding Programming Change.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received November 15, 2013 from Verizon regarding Important Verizon Notice.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Letter received November 15, 2013, from Cablevision regarding NBC Sports Network Package Move.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received November 18, 2013, from Comcast regarding Important Information – Price Changes.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Letter received November 18, 2013, from Cablevision regarding Removal of Howard TV Subscription Video On Demand (SVOD) a la carte.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received November 22, 2013, from Comcast Connections regarding Comcast Connections – New Jersey Edition – Fall 2013.  PDF Correspondence

DCA

  1. Email received November 19, 2013, from the Department of Community Affairs regarding Gov Connect Update:  November 19, 2013.  PDF Correspondence

 

ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING

Council Vice President Mania:  We’re up to Ordinances for public hearing.  Ordinance #29-2013.  Mr. Nicastro.

Mr. Roman:  You have to open it to the public.

Mr. Roman:  Go to the paper, Mr. Vice President.  You have a cheat sheet in the back.

Miss Masser:  This is for public hearing.

Mr. Perkins:  It would be public.  Second reading.

Miss Masser:  Right here.  I open to the public.

Council Vice President Mania:  I open the hearing to the public on Ordinance #29-2013 entitled:

Ord.#29-2013 An Ordinance of the Township of Mount Olive, in the County of Morris, State of New Jersey, Providing for a Fee Assessment for Costs Incurred by the Township of Mount Olive in Enforcement and Performance of Property Maintenance in Accordance with the Property Maintenance Code of the Township of Mount Olive (to be incorporated into Chapter 185 of the Mount Olive Township Code).  PDF Ord.

Mr. Perkins:  Mr. Nicastro.

Mr. Roman:  Joe. 

Miss Masser: Then Mr. Nicastro will say I move for adoption.

Council Vice President Mania:  Would you move that, Mr. Nicastro?

Mr. Nicastro:  Yes.  I move for adoption and final passage of Ordinance #29-2013.

Council Vice President Mania:  Is there a second?

Mr. Roman:  Second.

Mr. Perkins:  Second.

Miss Masser:  You guys are killing me.

Council Vice President Mania:  Any discussion?  Roll Call.

 

ROLL CALL:           Passed Unanimously

Mr. Perkins:  One more thing to read.

Council Vice President Mania:  I declare Ordinance #29-2013 is passed on second reading and I hereby direct the Clerk to forward a copy of the same to the Mayor and publish the notice of adoption as required by law.  Ordinance #30-2013 will be continued to our meeting on December 10, 2013. 

Ord.#30-2013 Township of Mount Olive Highlands Preservation Area Land Use Ordinance. (Synopsis) PDF Ord.

OPTIONAL PUBLIC PORTION ON ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING

ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING – December 10, 2013 Second Reading

Council Vice President Mania:  We are up to Ordinances for first reading.  The next item on the Agenda for first reading is Ordinance #31-2013 entitled:

Ord. 31-2013  An Ordinance of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Amending Ordinance #36-2012 Which Established Salaries for the Mayor, Council, Department Heads, Supervisory Personnel and Employees of the Township Clerk’s Office.  PDF Ord.

Council Vice President Mania:  Mr. Roman, would you?

Mr. Roman:  I move that Ordinance #31-2013 be introduced by title and passed on first reading and that a meeting be held on December 10, 2013 at 7:00 pm at the Municipal Building, 204 Flanders-Drakestown Road, Budd Lake, New Jersey 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 the law.

Mr. Nicastro:  Second.

Council Vice President Mania:  Any 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 of Mount Olive Authorizing the Cancelation of 2013 Sanitation District Balances.  PDF Resolution

 

  1. Resolution of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Cancelation of 2013 Appropriations in the Water Utility Fund.  PDF Resolution
  1. Resolution of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Cancelation of 2013 Appropriations in the Sewer Utility Fund.  PDF Resolution

 

  1. Resolution of the Township of Mount Olive Providing for the Transfer of 2013 Budget Appropriations in the Sewer Utility.  PDF Resolution
  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Approving a Vendor Service Contract on a Non-Fair and Open Basis Pursuant to the “Pay-to Play” Law.  (Telecom Contracting Inc.)  PDF Resolution

 

  1.  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing a Shared Service Agreement with Hackettstown for Fire Inspection Services.  PDF Resolution
  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing a Shared Services Agreement with the Borough of Hopatcong for the Provision of Animal Control Services Pursuant to the Interlocal Services Act.  (N.J.S.A. 26:38A 2-1 et seq.)  PDF Resolution

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Approving the Memorandum of Understanding Between the Township of Mount Olive and the Mount Olive Junior Lacrosse Club Inc. for the Development of a LaCrosse Field as a Section of Drakesbrook Park.  PDF Resolution
  1. Resolution of the Township of Mount Olive. In the County of Morris and State of New Jersey, Authorizing the Execution of a Developers Agreement Between the Township of Mount Olive and Old Hickory Estates.  PDF Resolution

 

  1. Resolution of the Township of Mount Olive, in the County of Morris and State of New Jersey, Authorizing a One-Year Extension of the Existing Developer’s Agreement with Rachel Manor LLC in Relation to the Property Located at Block 7702, Lot 32.  PDF Resolution

Council Vice President Mania:  We are up to Consent Resolutions one through ten. 

Mr. Roman:  We should have an 11.

Mr. Perkins:  We should have an 11.

Council Vice President Mania:  Eleven.  We have another one here. 

Mr. Perkins:  Read it into the record.

Council Vice President Mania:  I probably should read it.  Right?

Miss Masser:  Do you want to pass one through ten first and then we’ll do that one separate?

Council Vice President Mania:  Yes.  We have one through ten…eleven.  Let’s discuss one through ten.  Is there any Resolution you want to put on Non-Consent? 

Mr. Perkins:  Motion?

Mr. Staszak:  No.  We have to move one through ten first, then we’ll do eleven. 

Mr. Perkins:  Are you ready to move it?

Mr. Staszak:  Yes. 

Mr. Roman:  Go ahead, Jim.

Mr. Perkins:  Go ahead, Jim.

Council Vice President Mania:  Mr. Staszak, would you make a motion for one through ten?

Mr. Staszak:  Thank you, Mr. Vice President.  I move Consent Resolutions one through ten for approval.

Council Vice President Mania:  Is there a second?

Mr. Roman:  Second.

Council Vice President Mania:  Roll Call, please.

ROLL CALL:           Passed Unanimously 

Council Vice President Mania:  The eleventh one is Resolution of the Township Council of Mount Olive Township authorizing emergency award a contract for repair and the Flanders Sewer Plant to GMH Association of America.  Whereas, the Township has incurred an emergency need and has declared an emergency need…why don’t you read it, you wrote it.  I can’t.

 

Mr. Pasek:  RESOLUTION OF THE TOWNSHIP COUNCIL OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MOUNT OLIVE AUTHORIZING THE EMERGENCY AWARD OF A CONTRACT FOR REPAIRS TO THE FLANDERS SEWER PLANT TO GMH ASSOCIATES OF AMERICA
WHEREAS, the Township has declared an emergency need to award a contract for emergency repairs to the Flanders sewer plant in the approximate amount of $51,000; and
WHEREAS, due to the emergency nature of the repairs, the award of the contract must be made outside of the usual bidding procedures.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive, in the County of Morris, State of New Jersey, that it does hereby approve the emergency award of a contract to GMH Associates of America for emergency repairs to the Flanders sewer plant.

Council Vice President Mania:  Thank you. 

Mayor Greenbaum:  Well done, Jeff.

Mr. Perkins:  I make a motion to approve.

Mr. Staszak:  Second.

Mr. Roman:  Second.

Council Vice President Mania:  Second.  Jim Staszak second.  Roll Call, please.  Any discussion?  Roll Call, please.

ROLL CALL:           Passed Unanimously 

Mr. Perkins:  JD Jr., very good.

Mr. Pasek:  Its hard shoes to fill.

Mr. Perkins:  That’s alright.  You did a good job.

Council Vice President Mania:  I open the meeting to the public on Consent Resolution.  Anyone from the public wish to be heard?  If not, I’ll close it to the public. 

Mr. Perkins:  You’re done.  Next page.

Council Vice President Mania:  Council Comments on Consent Resolutions. 

Mr. Perkins:  Next page, John.

Miss Masser:  Next page.

Mr. Roman:  We’re done.

Mr. Perkins:  You’re on to motions.

CONSENT MOTIONS

  1. Bill List. PDF Bill List
  2. Approval of Peddlers Permit for Jeff Feldstein / Mobile Food Vending
  3. Appointment of Michelle Armbrecht as Court Administrator.

 

Council Vice President Mania:  Consent Motions.  Mr. Roman, would you do that please?

Mr. Roman:  I move for approval of the Bill List, the approval of a Peddlers Permit for Mr. Jeff Feldstein and the appointment of Michele Ambrecht as Court Administrator, term to expire December 31, 2020.  Is that correct?

Council Vice President Mania:  Is there a second?

Mayor Greenbaum:  That’s correct.

Miss Masser:  Yes.  That’s correct.

Council Vice President Mania:  That’s correct. 2020.

Mr. Perkins:  That’s correct.

Council Vice President Mania:  Any discussion? 

ROLL CALL:           Passed Unanimously 

Mr. Roman:  Pretty long term.

Mr. Perkins:  Yes.

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

Council Vice President Mania:  Administrative Reports.  Mr. Canning.

Mayor Greenbaum:  I have several actually.  Thanks for recognizing me though, John.

Council Vice President Mania:  Sorry Mayor.  I do apologize.

Mayor Greenbaum:  That’s okay.  Last night, the Freeholders were here.  Most of Council was here as well, either during the day or at night.  It was very successful.  I think Mount Olive came out of it looking pretty good.  I thank everyone for spending the time to represent Mount Olive while the Freeholders were here.  A couple things coming up, tomorrow night we have the Hannukah Menorah Lighting celebration.  It starts at
7:00p.m.  Originally, it was supposed to be outside.  I have a feeling we are going to end up being inside at the Senior Center based upon the weather reports that I have seen.  Although, one never can totally believe the weather reports, but in the Jewish tradition, rain is supposed be good luck.  Tomorrow night at 7:00p.m.  Christmas Tree Lighting, Friday, December 6th, hopefully that will be outside as well.  It doesn’t move as well inside as the menorah lighting.  I know that we have had significant contributions from vendors in town in terms of providing equipment for the Christmas Tree Lighting, lights, etc.  Kiwanis is having a breakfast with Santa, Saturday, December 7th at the Budd Lake Fire House.  That’s from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Fifty percent of the proceeds will be donated to Mount Playmore.  A lot of good things coming up during the holiday season.  Finally, for my report, I want to wish everyone sitting up here, everybody sitting in the audience and to all the residents of Mount Olive, a very happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday.

Council Vice President Mania:  Thank you, Mayor.  Sean, anything?

Mr. Canning:  Yes.  Just three things.  Two of them are grants related.  One, last week at the New Jersey League of Municipalities, I had the honor of accepting a $10,000.00 award from Sustainable New Jersey on behalf of Mount Olive Township.  We are going to start getting to work on that and as Council will recall, that has to do with our GPS tracking and conservation easements going back through the years and just preserving those.  It mainly has to do with our trail system, but its money that will be well spent and well received.  Second, the CDBG, the Morris County Community Development Block Grant has just been announced.  Our intent on this is to apply by January 10th.  I intend on bringing it to Council, hopefully on December 10th, a proposal for a mini trans-system in the Township.  The mini-trans, would be…we’re going to see that the County of Morris Community Development purchases a 21 passenger ADA compliant bus.  As we know, we have a senior bus which its scope is strictly to seniors.  What we are looking to do is to expand that scope and really target what CDBG considers an area of town that’s eligible for this grant and it has to do mainly with our Budd Lake sections and some of our apartments.  Our focus is going to be…a lot of our residents in some of the developments are single car families, so our scope and our goal in this is to try to get some of these residents to employment, which is ITC, Netcong, ITC North, as well as the Hackettstown BID (Business Improvement District).  We are going to approach the County with this model.  We think it’s a winner.  If we were to be awarded this, the maximum on the grant is $50,000.00.  We would look to match with In Kind to the balance, probably January 1, 2015.  December 10th, I will bring some more information for you on that.  I think it is a winner for Mount Olive.  Last, but not least, last week at the New Jersey League of Municipalities, the New Jersey Recreation and Parks Association had requested myself and two other Administrators to speak on data analysis and the case study…it was very well attended.  It was to the entire State Recreation Directors and Parks Directors, it was on our Iworqs and data analysis.  I know Public Building and Grounds Department.  Mount Olive was used, basically as the example of how to use data analysis, how to track it through Iworqs, how to turn around and handle staff appropriately.  It was very well received.  The Towns from Neptune to Cape May were asking about our Iworqs system and how we do things.  I was very proud to show that Mount Olive is one of the leaders in how we do things.  It was well received.  That’s all I have.

 

Mayor Greenbaum:  Joe and I attended as well.

Mr. Canning:  I had to wake them up at the end.

Mayor Greenbaum:  We sat next to the lady whose phone kept going off during the meeting.

Council Vice President Mania:  Thank you, Mr. Canning.  Any Old Business?  Any New Business?  Legal matters.

OLD BUSINESS - none

NEW BUSINESS - none

LEGAL MATTERS

Mr. Pasek:  Just one item tonight.  In December 2011, the Township received an OPRA request seeking various papers filed with the Netcong Municipal Court and “Letters between Judges.”  The Township responded to the request indicating that Response of Records would be maintained by the courts and not by the Township.  The requestor ended up filing a Denial of Access complaint with the Government Records Council.  In August, the Government Records Council denied that request.  The requestor filed a motion for a reconsideration, which was again denied by the GRC last week, so this should effectively conclude the matter unless the requestor files an appeal to the Health Division within 45 days.

Council Vice President Mania:  That’s it, Jeff?  Thank you. 

COUNCIL REPORTS

Senior Citizen Liaison - none
Planning Board Report
Council Vice President Mania:  Council Reports.  Myself.  Planning Board.  I wasn’t eligible to vote on the application at the last meeting, so I did not have to attend.  I didn’t attend the Senior Citizen.

Mayor Greenbaum:  There was a D-Variance involving a dormant property.  Is that what you are referring to?

Council Vice President Mania:  Yes.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Yes, which was ultimately approved unanimously.  It’s a piece of property that borders Hackettstown at the intersection of Route 46 and the road that parallels.  He is looking to put in a multi-use residential building, six units, I think.

Council Vice President Mania:  Yes.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Ultimately, it was approved.

Council Vice President Mania:  Right.  Thank you, Mayor.

Mayor Greenbaum:  You’re welcome.  I was here.

Environmental Committee - none
Library Board Liaison - none
Lake Issues - none

Council Vice President Mania:  Open Space Committee, Mr. Nicastro.

Safety Committee Liaison - none
Open Space Committee Report - none
Mr. Nicastro:  Nothing to report on Open Space or Safety.

Council Vice President Mania:  Safety Committee.

Mr. Nicastro:  Nothing.

Council Vice President Mania:  Nothing.  Mr. Perkins, Board of Health.

Economic Development Committee Report - none
Legislative Committee Report - none
Board of Health Report
Mr. Perkins:  Yes, Mr. Vice President.  We had our monthly meeting last month.  Mrs. Joann Lepre, the current Board secretary handed in her resignation.  She is resigning as the Board secretary effective
December 31st.  We will have a Resolution on this month appointing Miss Tomasello as the permanent secretary to the Board and may look in the future to give her an assistant such as we just did.  That will be moving forward.  Nothing on the Legislative.  Nothing Economic.

Council Vice President Mania:  Economic Development Committee.

Mr. Perkins:  Nothing.

Council Vice President Mania:  Nothing.  Mr. Roman, Recreation.

Board of Education Liaison Report - none
Recreation Liaison Report
Mr. Roman:  This Friday, November 29th, will be the second annual Turkey Bowl Flag Football Fundraiser organized by the Mount Olive Junior Marauder Football Association.  The event is to raise funds for families of the association effected by hardships, usually medical.  I plan to participate, so if anybody wants to hit me, this is your legal opportunity to do so.

Mayor Greebaum:  I get that every Monday and Friday night.

 Mr. Roman:  For Board of Ed, I have nothing.

Council Vice President Mania:  Mr. Staszak, MOTV.

MOTV Committee Liaison - none
Mr. Staszak:  Nothing this evening. 

TNR Program - none

Council Vice President Mania:  Moving along rather nice.

Mr. Perkins:  I hope so.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Can I jump in for a second, John?

Council Vice President Mania:  Sure.

Mayor Greenbaum:  There is something that I forgot.  The Mount Olive Clergy Association has been working diligently to provide holiday assistance for the more needy families in Mount Olive.  They have done a fantastic job.  Last night, I attended the Thanksgiving mass/gathering of multi denominational religious organizations.  I can tell you that two weeks ago, I attended the Budd Lake Chapel gathering and they raised $3,000.00 to provide food vouchers or gift certificates that could be used for food or other things for needy families in Mount Olive.  I just want to applaud the efforts of our Clergy and our congregations in town in terms of filling the need that the government obviously does not provide here in Mount Olive.  They have done a fantastic job this year and I know that they are very excited in terms of continued participation in what we do here in Mount Olive.  They have stepped in and organized our Food Bank effort, as well.

Council Vice President Mania:  Thank you, Mayor.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Yes.

PUBLIC PORTION

Council Vice President Mania:  Up to the public portion.  Anybody from the public wish to be heard? 

Mr. Perkins:  Seeing none.  Close it to the public.

Council Vice President Mania:  If not, I’ll close it to the public. 

 

Mr. Perkins:  Thank you.

COUNCIL COMMENTS

Council Vice President Mania:  Council Comments.  Mr. Nicastro.

Mr. Nicastro:  I just wish everyone a happy holiday coming up.  Enjoy yourselves.

Council Vice President Mania:  Mr. Perkins.

Mr. Perkins:  Thank you, Mr. Vice President.  I again, wish everybody a happy health Hanukah, as well as Thanksgiving.  I’m looking forward to the Menorah Lighting tomorrow evening, hopefully outside.  If the storm blows by quick enough, we can stand out there.  Looking forward to the Christmas Tree Lighting with the surprise visit by Santa Claus.

Council Vice President Mania:  Okay.  Do you have any idea who that might be?

Mr. Perkins:  I have a very good source, but I am bound…they would kill me.

Miss Masser:  Santa.

Mr. Roman:  It is Santa

Mr. Staszak:  It’s Santa, that’s right.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Whoever it is, I hope that they have a big belly and fit that outfit appropriately. 

Council Vice President Mania:  Oh boy.  Mr. Roman.

Mr. Roman:  I just want to wish everybody a Happy Thanksgiving and a great weekend.

Council Vice President Mania:  Mr. Staszak.

Mr. Staszak:  Happy Holidays…happy and safe holiday season.

Council Vice President Mania:  Thank you.  I too, wish everyone everybody a Happy Hanukah, Happy Thanksgiving and if you are traveling, please be careful, the weather is not going to be conducive to traveling.  May God Bless you, all.  Motion to adjourn.

Mr. Perkins:  So moved.

Mr. Staszak:  Second.

ADJOURNMENT - Motion made and seconded. All in favor, none opposed, the meeting was adjourned at 7:57 p.m.

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Colleen Labow, Council President

 

I, Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk of Mount Olive do hereby certify that the foregoing Minutes are a true and correct copy of the Minutes approved at a legally convened meeting of the Mount Olive Township Council duly held on December 10, 2013.                                                                                              

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Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk

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Budd Lake, NJ 07828

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Budd Lake, N.J. 07828

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