The Public Meeting of the Mount Olive Township Council was called to order at 8:30 p.m. by Council Vice President Nicastro. 

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. Amianda, Mr. Ferrante, Mrs. Labow, Mr. Roman and Mr. Nicastro

Absent:           Mr. Mania and Mr. Perkins

Also Present:  Michelle Masser, Deputy Clerk; Fred Semrau, Township Attorney; Jeff Pasek, Township Attorney; Sherry Maniscalco, CFO; Sean Canning, Business Administrator and Robert Greenbaum, Mayor
 
Vice President Nicastro:  Please note, Mr. Mania is on vacation and Mr. Perkins is out sick.  We have approval of Minutes from the last meeting, Mr. Amianda, from the Workshop and Public Meeting for February 11, 2014.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

February 11, 2014 WS & PM (Mr. Mania absent)

Mr. Amianda:  Yes.  I make a motion for approval of Minutes of previous Meetings of February 11, 2014.

Miss Masser: Can I interrupt? 

Mrs. Labow:  Second.

Vice President Nicastro:  I have to finish that.

Miss Masser:  Did we have a second on this or did she just write it?

Vice President Nicastro:  We’ll go back to it.  We had a second, right? 

Mrs. Labow:  Yes.

Vice President Nicastro:  Roll Call.

ROLL CALL:            Passed unanimously

Vice President Nicastro:  I’m going back to the Resolution recognizing retirement of Colleen Szarek.

Miss Masser:  Szarek.

Vice President Nicastro:  Szarek.  We need a motion and a second on that please, to accept it.

Mr. Roman:  I make a motion to approve the Resolution for Mrs. Szarek.

Mrs. Labow:  Second.

Vice President Nicastro:  Roll Call.

ROLL CALL:            Passed unanimously

Miss Masser:  We’ll continue this one to the next meeting.

Vice President Nicastro:  The Resolution honoring Debbie Potter will be continued to another meeting. 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Honoring Debbie Potter for Her Years of Service, Commitment and Dedication to the Township of Mount Olive. PDF Res (Removed)

 

Vice President Nicastro:  Correspondence.  We have multiple Correspondence…

Mr. Roman:  Fourteen.

Vice President Nicastro:  Fourteen of them.  Any questions or anything on the Correspondence?  Seeing none.

CORRESPONDENCE

LETTERS FROM RESIDENTS/ORGANIZATIONS/OTHER TOWNS

  1. Letter received February 11, 2014, from Shawn Hopkins regarding properties on Park Place in Old Flanders.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received February 14, 2014, from Givaudan Fragrances Corporation regarding Response Action Outcome.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received February 19, 2014, from National League of Cities regarding Build Stronger Partnerships.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received February 19, 2014, from New Jersey Conference of Mayors regarding NJCM Mayors Workshop Adds Speaker, Thursday, February 27, 2014.  PDF Correspondence

RESOLUTIONS / ORDINANCES OTHER TOWNS

  1. Letter received February 12, 2014, from Township of Liberty regarding a Resolution adopted by the Township of Liberty urging our Legislature to implement a water tax to fund the loss of land equity for property owners in the Highlands Region.  PDF Correspondence
  2. Email received February 18, 2014, from Netcong Borough regarding Resolution 2014-30, 2% Cap on Interest Arbitration.  PDF Correspondence
  3. Email received February 20, 2014, from Butler Borough regarding Resolution of the Borough of Butler Requesting Additional Federal Funds for New Jersey Bridges and Highways.  PDF Correspondence

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

  1. Letter received February 11, 2014, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Renewal of a Recycling Center General Approval for Class B/C Materials.  PDF Correspondence
  2. Letter received February 19, 2014, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Morris Habitat Wallman Way (Block 2203, Lot 2, 3).  PDF Correspondence

MORRIS COUNTY

  1. Email received February 7, 2014, from County of Morris regarding News from County of Morris, February 7, 2014.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received February 12, 2014, from Morris County Board of Taxation regarding Preliminary Equalization Table for the County of Morris for the year 2014.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received February 20, 2014 from Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders regarding Freeholder Focus Newsletter.  PDF Correspondence

 

UTILITIES

  1. Email received February 11, 2014, from First Energy regarding JCP&L Continuing Infrastructure Improvements in 2014.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received February 14, 2014, from Comcast regarding Comcast and Time Warner Cable announced a transaction that will combine the cable assets of Time Warner Cable with those of Comcast.  PDF Correspondence

ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING - None

 

ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING – None

ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING – (Second Reading 3/11/14)

Vice President Nicastro:  We have two Ordinances for First Reading.  We have…let’s see…Ordinance
#5-2014,

Ord. #5-2014  Ordinance of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive, in the County of Morris, State of New Jersey, Regulating the Placement and Use of Clothing Donation Bins.  PDF Ord

Vice President Nicastro:  Mr. Ferrante.

Mr. Ferrante:  Sure.  I move that Ordinance #5-2014 be introduce by title and passed on first reading and that a meeting be held on March 11, 2014 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. Amianda:  Second.

Vice President Nicastro:  Any discussion?  Roll Call, please.

ROLL CALL:            Passed with the exception of Mr. Roman.

Vice President Nicastro:  Ordinance #6-2014,

Ord. #6-2014  An Ordinance of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive, in the County of Morris, State of New Jersey, Establishing Regulations for Ice Retardant Systems Within the Township of Mount Olive.  PDF Ord

Vice President Nicastro:  Mrs. Labow.

Mrs. Labow:  Thank you, Mr. Vice President.  I move that Ordinance #6-2014 be introduce by title and passed on first reading and that a meeting be held on March 11, 2014 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. Roman:  Second.

Vice President Nicastro:  Any discussion?  Roll Call, please. 

ROLL CALL:            Passed unanimously

Vice President Nicastro:  Consent Resolutions, we have 10 Consent Resolutions.  Does anyone wish to have any moved to Non-Consent? 

Mr. Roman:  I assume we have seven.

Vice President Nicastro:  We have…

Mr. Roman:  Three through ten.

Miss Masser:  Right.  The two were…

Vice President Nicastro:  Oh, right.  Correct.   Technically, there’s…

Mrs. Labow:  Eight.

Vice President Nicastro:  …eight of them.  Mr. Roman, would you move the Consent Resolutions?

Mr. Roman:  I move for approval of Resolutions three through ten. 

Mrs. Labow:  Second.

Vice President Nicastro:  Anyone from the public wish to be heard on that?  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 of the Township of Mount Olive Awarding a Contract to Vasso Waste Systems, Inc. for the Distribution of Auto Refuse Containers.  PDF Res

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Amending the 2014 Temporary Budget for the Current Fund.  PDF Res 
  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Providing for the Transfer of 2013 Budget Appropriations for the Current Fund Budget.  PDF Res

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Rejecting all Bids for the Mount Playmore Construction.  PDF Res
  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Accepting the Bid for the Sale of Block 3103 Lot 4, Known as 87 Netcong Road from the Township Auction of February 11, 2014.  PDF Res

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Award of a Professional Services Contract Without Competitive Bidding to the Louis Berger Group, Inc., for Professional Services Associated with the Cobblestone Health Care Facility, 20-23 Stonewald Court Drive, Budd Lake, Mount Olive Township, New Jersey, Block 3203, Lots 21 and 28.  PDF Res
  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Award of a Professional Services Contract Without Competitive Bidding to Boswell Engineering, for Professional Services Associated with the Cobblestone Health Care Facility, 20-23 Stonewald Court Drive, Budd Lake, Mount Olive Township, New Jersey, Block 3203, Lots 21 and 28.  PDF Res

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Adopting the List of Eligible LOSAP Emergency Service Volunteers for 2013.  PDF Res

CONSENT MOTIONS

  1. Bill List. PDF Bill List

 

Vice President Nicastro: Consent Motions.  The Bill List, Mr. Roman.

Mr. Roman:  I move the approval of the Bill List.

Mrs. Labow:  Second.

Vice President Nicastro:  Roll Call.

ROLL CALL:            Passed unanimously

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

Vice President Nicastro:  On to reports, Administrative Reports. 

Mayor Greenbaum:  If I may?

Vice President Nicastro:  Mr. Mayor.

Mayor Greenbaum:  This weekend, Cabin Fever Reliever, how many of you made it there? 

Vice President Nicastro:  I was there.

Mayor Greenbaum:  I saw Joe there.  Tremendous turnout.

Mrs. Labow:  Huge.

Mayor Greenbaum:  The place was packed from the minute it opened to the minute it closed.  People were still coming 15 minutes before and everyone looked like they were having a great time.  Pie Day is our next event.  You can look for many eating establishments that will be participating.  Visit the Township website, click on Recreation and you’ll see continuous updates in terms of what restaurants are participating and what their menus will be for Pie Day.  I’m very excited about the next announcement which is the 5K Do or Dye Color Run, which will be held April 26th at Turkey Brook Park.  Registration for that event is now open.  If any of you have ever done a color event, you end up looking when you’re done like a rainbow.  Recreation has made the determination that the events that work the best are those that include entire families and so we’re focusing on those types of events moving forward.  This is one of those events, which will be open to kids and they’re going to have a great time.  If any of you had the chance to go to the Mud Run last year and saw how families participated and how successful that event was, this is the next in the step of successful events, so I encourage everyone to participate in that event, whether it’s walking, running or being one of the people that’s going to end up throwing the colors.  Very excited about the next announcement, which is this weekend is the Mid-Atlantic Region First Robotics Competition and that’s hosted by the Mount Olive Robotics Team.  It’s March 1st and 2nd from 9 am to 4 pm at the Mount Olive High School.  Admission is free.  If none of you have ever been to a robotics event, let me explain how it’s operated.  Each school has built a robot consistent with a set of rules to play a particular game.  This year’s game involves one of those big exercise balls and you score points by passing it from one team on your alliance to another.  There are three teams on the red alliance, three teams on the blue alliance that are randomly put together per match.  Ultimately Mount Olive is recognized as having one of the oldest and one the most prestigious robotics programs in the country.  I can tell you and I am very proud of my son who has participated in robotics, he ended up getting a very large scholarship from the University of Rochester yesterday for his participation in the robotics program.  Many colleges do offer robotics scholarships for having participated in the organization, which is called FIRST, I can’t tell you what the F, the I, the R and the S stand for, I know the T is for Technology.  It is internationally known and it is a competition which ultimately leads to a National/International Competition at the end, which has been held in St. Louis, Missouri for the last few years.  I can tell you that this year the Mount Olive Robotics Program is actually travelling to Hawaii to participate in a Regional Event in Hawaii, so my son is very excited about that as well.  I tried to get in as a chaperone, but unfortunately I was a little late.  Following up on that, the following weekend, Mount Olive is hosting the Lego Robotics Program, which is called FLL and that’s another event which if you can make it is exceptional.  It’s actually run for the sixth, seventh and eighth grades and it is the precursor to the Robotics Program.  Mount Olive has held the competition for a number of years.  It’s a big fundraiser for the Mount Olive Robotics Club and to see what these kids in sixth, seventh and eighth grade are able to put together with Legos and to play a game which has been put together for them is really quite a treat.

Vice President Nicastro:  What date was that, Mayor?

Mayor Greenbaum:  That’s the following weekend, which would be March 8th and 9th.  That again is at Mount Olive High School.  This weekend also, Mount Olive Lions Club is hosting their pancake breakfast at Applebee’s, March 1st, 8 am to 10 am.  It’s a great fundraiser for the Lions Club if you can at all make it to eat some pancakes, bring you family.  They would really appreciate it.  Weis’ grand opening is this Sunday, 10:30 am.  If you can all make it, all of the higher ups at Weis are supposed to be there this weekend and it would be great for the Township if we could get a large outpouring of our Elected and Municipal Officials to be there.  Just seeing if I missed anything, I don’t think that I did.  I would just like to thank Lisa Pignitaro who does a great job in terms of preparing me for this weekend to educate you all on things which are happening in town.  Thank you very much, Lisa Pignitaro. 

Vice President Nicastro:  Thank you.  Onto Old Business.  Any Old Business?  Any New Business?  Seeing none.  Legal Matters? 

Mr. Semrau:  Thank you, Mr. Nicastro.  Just briefly, the Township really through the Planning Board, was in court where ARD Development had challenged the denial by the Planning Board, an extension of time for their Phase II development.  The case was heard last week before Judge Weisenbeck.  We’re waiting for a decision.  Our office really didn’t participate in this aspect of the litigation.  There’s no sense to have both the Planning

Board attorney and our office submit briefs, but we did appear in court to hear the arguments and I’ll be able to brief the Governing Body at the next meeting and we’ll also hopefully have a decision by the court at such time.  We’re also in the process of wrapping up and presenting to you the Developer’s Agreement for Fratelli.  There is just a few minor issues that we hope to have resolved and we’ll bring to you at the next meeting.  Unless there’s any other questions, that’s my report.  Mayor.

Mayor Greenbaum:  I’m not sure that everybody sitting up here on Council knows what ARD is.

Mr. Semrau:  Yes.  It’s kind of a long, torturous history.  I think maybe I’d better off to send a nice summary of the history because it dates back…

Mayor Greenbaum:  Yes.  Basically, it’s Morris Chase, Phase II.

Mr. Semrau:  It is, correct.  It spans back, I would say over…

Mayor Greenbaum:  1989.

Mr. Semrau:  Yes.  I was going to say over 20 years of various litigation and phases of this project.  While one portion has gone forward, Phase I, Phase II remains and Phase II has a number of environmental issues and hurdles to overcome and it’s taken its time in the approval process to say the least.  Without giving the full history at this point, you name it…unlike other developments that have gone forward and been completed and completed in very good form, this has had quite a history.  I think it might be a good idea because it has outlived most of us, if I prepared a short summary so you’re all aware of what those issues are and what they’ve been.  Just to give you just a brief update, they even went and actually received a reversal of their Highlands Acts…disapproval or expiration of their Highlands Permit over last summer that came up at the oral argument before the Office of Administrative Law.  It’s been going on for quite some time and I think an update and a history would be helpful to everyone here.  Even the Mayor had some moments with them years ago, so I can remember.

Mrs. Labow:  I remember that.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Not that I remember.  I think they had some moments with me. 

Mr. Semrau:  That’s a better way to say it.  You did put them in their place.

Mrs. Labow:  I just want to ask you, I know this is probably not super important, but I thought that Phase II was the Morris Chase that’s being developed and the Phase I was the part…it’s kind of reversed the other way around. 

Mr. Semrau:  No, I don’t think so.  I think Phase I is done and Phase II which has been the subject of the litigation.

Mrs. Labow:  I thought it was the other way around, but it’s still…regardless.  Hopefully we’re successful.

Mr. Semrau:  Yes.

Vice President Nicastro:  Thank you.  We’ll look forward to the summary.

Mr. Semrau:  Thank you, Mr. Vice President. 

Vice President Nicastro:  Council Reports.  Mr. Amianda, anything on Board of Ed?

COUNCIL REPORTS

Board of Education Liaison Report
Mr. Amianda:  Yes.  Board of Education held its meeting yesterday, February 24th, at Mount Olive Middle School.  Among actions taken by the Board were:

  1. The Board approved the boiler replacement project at Sandshore School in the amount of $292,000.00.
  2. The Board approved a roof renovation project at the High School in the amount of $796,491.00.
  3. The Board approved a roof renovation project at Tinc Road School in the amount of $198,099.00.
  4. The Board amended the 2013-2014 school calendar to conduct a full instruction day on Monday, April 21, 2014 and a shortened instruction day on Friday, June 24, 2014 to make up for the utilization of the

 

two additional snow days lost.  Also June 25, 2014 through June 25, 2014 should be full instruction days while June 26, 2014 shall be a shortened instruction day.

  1. The Board approved a Resolution to apply for funds to support implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act in the amount of $127,380.00, starting July 1, 2013 and ending on June 30, 2014.  In other words, the district is very aware as far as collecting extra grants from the State Board of Education Commission and also from the Federal Government.  That’s why they are funding improving the physical condition of the buildings. 

Vice President Nicastro:  Thank you.  Mr. Mayor.

Mayor Greenbaum:  I understand that the Board of Education also moved graduation from June 24th to June 26th for the High School.

Mr. Amianda:  Right.

Mayor Greenbaum:  It happens to fall right in the middle of my golf trip.

Mr. Roman:  The nerve.

Vice President Nicastro:  Mr. Ferrante, Environmental, Lake and Library.

Environmental Committee - none
Library Board Liaison - none
Lake Issues
Mr. Ferrante:  I don’t have anything.  The only thing I want to piggyback on with the Budd Lake Association, I know they’ve had plans…they would definitely be in favor of having a boardwalk and I’ve actually seen the blue prints they’ve had…they’ve done research I guess many years ago.  They actually have blue prints of what a board walk and the location and they actually have funds allocated already towards it.

Mr. Roman:  From what I was told, the boardwalk concept started back in the 1960’s.

Mrs. Labow:  Way back.

Mr. Ferrante:  Yes.

Mr. Roman:  I think it’s overdue.  Thankfully this redevelopment zone will remove tremendous State hurdles.

Vice President Nicastro:  Mrs. Labow, Senior and Economic and TNR.

Senior Citizen Liaison  
Economic Development Committee Report
TNR Program
Mrs. Labow:  The Senior Citizens meet on Tuesday, which I am planning on being there for their…they have their business meeting the first, the first one of the month and the third week they have their social.  I missed the EDC Meeting last night, I was working, were you there?

Vice President Nicastro:  Yes, I was.

Mrs. Labow:  Can you report for the meeting?

Vice President Nicastro:  I believe I got there a little bit late.  The Mayor was there as well, but I believe DECA was there with their students and Jeff Stadelman was giving a recap and going over everything and engaged them to become involved with us as far as marketing and different programs along that nature.  Basically, that was the discussion, a lot of that.  Mr. Mayor.

Mrs. Labow:  Wonderful.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Yes.  We decided to actually bring DECA into our EDC, we thought it was a great idea.

Mrs. Labow:  Yes, excellent.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Tim Kelly brought four members of the DECA group and they’re going to be looking at some of the information that we’ve put together in terms of marketing Mount Olive and seeing if they can

improve on that.  They’re also looking at different concepts in terms of development of the BASF and the 57-acre municipally owned track.  We thought that overall as a group that bringing the kids, the high school kids into real life marketing situations would be beneficial for them and for us.

Mrs. Labow:  Phenomenal.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Yes.  Just to let everyone know, I’m receiving Businessman of the Year Award from DECA tomorrow at 6:30 pm.

Mr. Roman:  I was just going to…

Mrs. Labow:  Wow!

Vice President Nicastro:  Congratulations.

Mayor Greenbaum:  Thank you. 

Mrs. Labow:  Very good.

Mayor Greenbaum:  I share that with all of you.

Vice President Nicastro:  Congratulations.

Mrs. Labow:  Excellent.

Mayor Greenbaum:  I’m keeping the plaque.

Vice President Nicastro:  Anything else, Mrs. Labow?

Mrs. Labow:  As far as Businessman, I’ll have to say, I was at my Keller Williams…we have our sales rally once a month and I was there this morning and got very nice comments from the foundation title.  They stopped to visit with you and they said, boy, he’s really something else 8:51:10.  I said he absolutely is.

Mr. Roman:  I don’t think something else was a compliment.

Mrs. Labow:  It was actually a compliment, very much so a compliment.  The next part for TNR, we are still moving forward planning our yard sale for the spring.  I don’t want to jinx it.  Let me just say the program is running very nicely right now.  Every time we say we don’t have too many cats…don’t say that.  That’s all I have.

Vice President Nicastro:  Thank you.  Mr. Roman.

Recreation Liaison Report - none
Open Space Committee Report - none
Mr. Roman:  I have nothing to report.

Board of Health Report
Legislative Committee Report - none
Vice President Nicastro:  Board of Health, the meeting was last Wednesday.  It was a very short basic meeting.  There was nothing urgent going on, just basic reports and all on that.  I have nothing on Legislative.  Mr. Mania is not here. 

Planning Board Report - none

MOTV Committee Liaison - none
Safety Committee Liaison - none

COUNCIL COMMENTS

PUBLIC PORTION – none

Vice President Nicastro:  Anyone from the public wish to be heard?  Seeing none.  Council Comments.  Mr. Amianda.

Mr. Amianda:  Yes.  I want to say the cold, snowy winter is to blame for sewer blockages.  If you drive by the in town, trying to pass the…I feel the snow, wind and snow is to blame.  The snowfall was unusual, as you know, and overwhelming.  It affected many people.  In spite of the limited manpower the Road Department has, the Public Works crews did their best to keep the roads clean.  For your information I planned to dig in the past, Mount Olive has not seen this much snow since 1978.  I keep on getting different years.  I personally thank the Public Works Department for excellent work.  I also thank Mount Olive residents for their patience.  It is good that people come out and point out good things to us…what is good and what was not good.  It is one way of improving our town.  It is good to tell us what needs to be done so in that case I’m really very thankful to the residents for their patience as we went through this.

Vice President Nicastro:  Thank you.  Mr. Ferrante.

Mr. Ferrante:  Nothing this evening.

Vice President Nicastro:  Mrs. Labow.

Mrs. Labow:  I just want to piggyback on what Daniel was talking about with the response of the Township with these storms and I have to say a lot of residents reach out to us and they have an issue here or there and we get right on it and talk to the Administration.  Either it’s Tim Quinn or Frank Wilpert, Jr. and the response has been really nice.  They address all the issues that they can as quickly as they can and it’s just really great to know that at any time when the residents reach out to us that we have a great staff and team that we reach out to and we get resolution to the issues.  I know the guys are working really hard and doing the best that they can.  One resident had a concern and as a matter of fact a couple of them were going to come tonight with pictures and everything, they had a concern, I brought it to the attention of Frank Wilpert, Jr. and it was resolved.  About 15 minutes…maybe an hour, he calls me up Oh my God! It’s done, it’s great, they did a terrific job.  Right away, I called them…this is a thank you call.  It’s nice when residents actually reach back out to us and say thank you very much and we can turn around and relay that to our staff.  I agree with you 100 percent.  Let us know what’s wrong so we can address it and it’s really fantastic to hear when people are happy with the results and that’s what kind of keeps us going.  It’s always a wonderful thing.  I thank the Administration for all of their hard work and keeping everything running as smooth as possible in some of the really most difficult situations.  Thank you.

Vice President Nicastro:  Mr. Roman.

Mr. Roman:  I have nothing.

Vice President Nicastro:  I have nothing.  Motion to adjourn.

ADJOURNMENT - Motion made and seconded. All in favor, none opposed, the meeting was adjourned at 8:56 p.m.

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John Mania, 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 March 11, 2014.                                                                                              

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Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk

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