TOWNSHIP COUNCIL PUBLIC MEETING MINUTES - February 28, 2012

 

The Public Meeting of the Mount Olive Township Council was called to Order at 8:31 pm by Council President Roman.

 

OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Mrs. Lashway: 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: Mr. Nicastro, Mr. Roman, Mr. Walsh, Mrs. Labow, Mr. Ferrante

 

Absent: Mr. Mania , Mr. Perkins

 

Also Present: Sherry Maniscalco, CFO; Sean Canning, Business Administrator; Michael Augello, Township Attorney; Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk; Mayor Rob Greenbaum

 

President Roman: Okay we are on to Proclamation of the Mayor

 

PROCLAMATION OF THE MAYOR - Honoring Jeff Stadelman

 

Mayor Greenbaum: Thank you. Jeff, do you and your wife want to come up here? I've been fortunate enough to be working with Jeff on both the Economic Development Committee and also as a member of the Mount Olive Chamber of Commerce. Jeff has proven to be invaluable in terms of a resource for the Economic community, the commercial community in town and he has worked tirelessly in terms of updating me, getting information, working with the businesses and I thought it appropriate and I know that everyone on Council shares with me our gratitude in terms of the work that Jeff has done. I'm not always sure that the volunteers in town get recognized for the work that they do. So, having said that, from the Office of the Mayor I have this Proclamation honoring Jeff Stadelman.

 

WHEREAS , Jeff Stadelman joined the Mount Olive business community in 1972 with the opening of one of the first wine oriented shops in Morris County, otherwise known as The Wine Rack ; and

 

WHEREAS , through the years Jeff Stadelman has become a key business contact mainly due to his long-lasting relationships with his customers, suppliers and the community; and

 

WHEREAS , Jeff Stadelman recently completed two successful years as the President of the Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce as well as recognition for “2003 Business Person of the Year” and Chairman of the Mount Olive Area Chamber of Commerce Food Drive for over ten years; and

 

WHEREAS , Jeff Stadelman has also served as the Chairman of the Mount Olive Economic Development Committee since January 2008; and

 

WHEREAS, Mount Olive Township truly appreciates Jeff Stadelman's dedicated service to the local businesses, committees and the Mount Olive community.

 

NOW, THEREFORE be it proclaimed that I, Robert Greenbaum, Mayor of Mount Olive Township do hereby proclaim, Tuesday, February 28, 2012 as Jeff Stadelman Day in Mount Olive Township . Congratulations.

 

President Roman: Congratulations.

 

Mr. Stadelman: Thank you.

 

President Roman: Thank you again and I apologize for making you wait this long.

 

Mr. Stadelman: I've been here 40 years.

 

President Roman: We are on to Approval of Previous Minutes. Mr. Ferrante.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

 

February 14, 2012 WS, PM & CS (J. Mania absent)

 

Mr. Ferrante: I move to approve the Minutes of February 14, 2012, Workshop and Public Meeting.

 

Mrs. Labow: And Closed Session.

 

Mrs. Lashway: And Closed Session.

 

Mr. Ferrante: And Closed Session.

 

President Roman: Can I get a second?

 

Mrs. Labow: Second.

 

President Roman: It's been moved and seconded. Roll Call.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

LETTERS FROM RESIDENTS/ORGANIZATIONS

 

  1. E-mail received February 9, 2012, from Downtown New Jersey regarding BID Exec Dir Position Available, Library of SID/BID Documents Under Development Program. PDF Correspondence

  1. E-mail received February 13, 2012, from NJ Future Facts regarding Investment Area Criteria Released for the State Strategic Plan. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 13, 2012, from NJ Future regarding Redevelopment Forum 2012, Smart Growth Awards, How Can NJ Grow and The State Strategic Plan. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 15, 2012, from Broadband Communities Summit regarding NTIA's Strickling to Keynote Summit Luncheon. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 21, 2012, from Downtown New Jersey regarding Register for NJ Future Redevelopment Conference Today – Last Day for Early Bird Registration Discount. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 21, 2012, from New Jersey Future regarding Redevelopment Forum – Early Bird Discount Ends Today. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 23, 2012, from Transoptions Inc. regarding Transoptions Monthly Newsletter. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 23, 2012, from North Jersey RC&D regarding AWEP Cost Share Announcement 2012. PDF Correspondence

 

ORDINANCES / RESOLUTIONS / CORRESPONDENCE FROM OTHER TOWNS

 

  1. Ordinance received February 13, 2012, from the Township of Chester regarding Land Use. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Resolution receved February 14, 2012, from the Township of Reading regarding Forest Harvest on State Lands. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Ordinance received February 15, 2012, from the Borough of Netcong regarding An Ordinance to Vacate a Portion of the Flanders Road Right Of Way Located in the Borough of Netcong, County of Morris and State of New Jersey. PDF Correspondence

  1. Ordinance received February 15, 2012, from the Borough of Netcong regarding An Ordinance Amending the Revised General Ordinances of the Borough of Netcong and Requiring and Regulating Soil Erosion and Sediment. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Resolution received February 22, 2012, from the Borough of Lincoln Park regarding a Resolution in Memory of Assemblyman Alex DeCroce and to Support the “Alex DeCroce Crime Victim's Bill of Rights.” PDF Correspondence

 

LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES

 

  1. E-mail received February 13, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Mandatory Flouridation Bills Advanced and Conference Resolution Update, Resolution 2011-2012. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 13, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Two Upcoming League Seminars. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 14, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding BPU. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 15, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding EPA Grants Award Process Webinar and Upcoming League Seminar. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 16, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Updated League Publication and NJLM Educational Foundation Event: Land use Controls. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 16, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Upcoming League Seminar. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 16, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Proper Flag Etiquette. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 17, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Municipal Enlistment in the Military Initiative. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 17, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Housing. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 17, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Washington Watch. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 17, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Property Tax. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 17, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Recap. PDF CCorrespondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 21, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Leave of Absences. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 21, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Gov Unveils Budget. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 21, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Clean Communities. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 21, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding Women In Municipal Government. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 22, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding October 2011 Snowstorm Mitigation Funds Available Letter of intent. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 23, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding NJLM Educational Foundation Event II. Please forward to your vendors III. Upcoming League Seminar IV. FY 2013 State Aid Released Budget Language for Best Practices Incentive. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 23, 2012, from the New Jersey State League of Municipalities regarding State Budget Goes to Legislature. PDF Correspondence

 

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

 

  1. Letter received February 13, 2012, from New Jersey Transit Corporation regarding the Fiscal Year 2012 Request for Federal Financial Assistance. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received February 16, 2012, from the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Block 4400 Lot 50, Lucky Garden Chinese Restaurant (3 Mount Olive Road). PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received February 21, 2012, from the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Pre-Cancellation Letter Regarding Application for a Transition Area Waiver – Averaging Plan, Special Activity Transition Area Waiver for Stormwater management and Freshwater Wetlands Statewide General Permits No. 2 and No. 11 for Block 6000 Lots 5 & 6. (70 & 90 Pleasant Hill Road) PDF Correspondence

 

MORRIS COUNTY

 

  1. E-mail received February 15, 2012, from Morris County Economic Development regarding Earn a Reputation for Excellent Customer Service. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. E-mail received February 22, 2012, from Morris County Planning Board regarding the January 19, 2012 Meeting. PDF Correspondence

DCA

 

  1. Local Finance Notice received February 10, 2012, from the Department of Community Affairs regarding CY 2012 Municipal Budget Levy Cap Referendum Procedures. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Local Finance Notice received February 23, 2012, from the Department of Community Affairs regarding CY 2012/SFY 2013 State Aid Certification, Budget Certification Consolidated Municipal Property Tax Relief Aid and Energy Tax Receipts, Watershed Moratorium Offset Aid, Garden State Preservation Trust Funds and Payment Schedule. PDF Correspondence

 

UTILITIES

 

  1. Fax received February 16, 2012, from Comcast regarding Comcast Newsmakers Interviews. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Fax received February 21, 2012, from Comcast regarding New Package and Exitos TV. PDF Correspondence

 

BANKRUPTCY

 

  1. Bankruptcy Notice received February 10, 2012, from the United State Bankruptcy Court regarding The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Bankruptcy Notice received February 10, 2012, from the United State Bankruptcy Court regarding BB Liquidating Inc. PDF Correspondence

 

President Roman: Okay, we are on to Correspondence. There are 43 pieces of Correspondence. Does

anyone have any questions or wish to discuss anything? Seeing none, we have no Ordinances for Public

Hearing. We are onto Ordinances for First Reading with a Second Reading of March 13, 2012.

 

ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEAR ING - None

 

ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING (2 nd reading March 13, 2012)

 

President Roman: The next item on the Agenda for First Reading is:

 

Ord. #8-2012 An Ordinance of the Township of Mount Olive Amending and Supplementing Section 8-43 A. of Article XII, Open Space Committee, Entitled “Use of Funds of Open Space Dedicated Trust.”

 

President Roman: Mr. Ferrante.

 

Mr. Ferrante: I move that Ord. #8-2012 be introduced by title and passed on first reading and that a meeting be held on March 13, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 204 Flanders-Drakestown Road, Budd Lake, NJ, 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.

 

Mrs. Labow: Second.

 

President Roman: It's been moved and seconded. Any Council discussion? Seeing none, Roll Call.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously

 

President Roman: Okay, we are on to 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.

 

President Roman: Does anyone at this time wish to remove any of the 10 Consent Resolutions to Non Consent? Seeing none, does anyone from the public wish to be heard on the Consent Resolutions. None, Council Comments? Mrs. Labow.

 

PUBLIC PORTION ON CONSENT RESOLUTIONS

 

COUNCIL COMMENTS ON CONSENT RESOLUTIONS

 

Mrs. Labow: I just want to say that I think it is fantastic for Resolution No. 6 that we're going to be having the disposal of surplus property and that's been a long time coming and good luck with the sale. I think that's fantastic. Thank you Sean.

 

Mr. Canning: Thank you. I'm looking forward to it.

 

President Roman: I concur with that sentiment. Roll Call.

 

CONSENT RESOLUTIONS – J. Nicastro

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Execution of the FOP & FOP Superior Officers Contracts Between the Township and FOP Lodge #122. PDF Resolution

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Mayor to Execute Various Professional Service Contracts. PDF Resolution

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing Professional Services of Casey and Keller for the Survey of Block 7801 Lot 13. PDF Resolution

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Awarding a Contract to Allied Biological, Inc. for Contact Herbicide Application for Budd Lake. PDF Resolution

 

•  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing a Professional Services Agreement with Princeton Hydro, LLC for Services in Connection with the Remediation and Control of the Weeds in Budd Lake. PDF Resolution

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Disposal of Surplus Property. PDF Resolution

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing Change Order No. 1 in Connection with the Flanders Well# 2 Process Upgrades. PDF Resolution

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Business Administrator to Execute a Grant Application for Click It or Ticket 2012 Mobilization. PDF Resolution

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Use of a Purchasing Contract (Staples). PDF Resolution

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive to Acknowledge Compliance and Satisfaction of a Repayment Agreement Between the Township of Mount Olive and the Owner of Property Known as 256 Route 46 and to Authorizing the Cancellation of the Remaining Balance and Administrative Fees. PDF Resolution

 

Mrs. Lashway: Who seconded it?

 

Mr. Walsh: Second

 

President Roman: There we go, that was Pat.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously

 

RESOLUTIONS NON-CONSENT - none

 

PUBLIC PORTION ON INDIVIDUAL RESOLUTIONS

 

COUNCIL COMMENTS ON INDIVIDUAL RESOLUTIONS

 

President Roman: We are on to Consent Motions, the Bill List. Mr. Walsh.

 

CONSENT MOTIONS

 

  1. Bill List. PDF Bill List

 

Mr. Walsh: I moved Consent Motion No. 1.

 

Mrs. Labow: Second.

 

President Roman: It's been moved and seconded. Anyone from the public have any questions on the Bill List. Any Council questions? It's been moved and seconded, Roll Call.

 

ROLL CALL: Passed Unanimously

 

President Roman: Okay, we are on to Administrative Reports. Anything Mr. Canning? Mr. Greenbaum?

 

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

 

Mr. Canning: Yes, three quick things. Sherry, Mr. Quinn and myself have been working on the recycling, on increasing our profit margin on that and also the possibility going from manual collection to auto refuse collection. We anticipate about March 13 th if not the meeting after it to at least have something preliminarily for Council. We're fairly excited about that and we think there is the possibility of some very significant cost savings.

 

President Roman: And I'm sure it goes without saying that you will have at least examples from other towns that have gone to that methodology.

 

Mr. Canning: Yes, it will be significant. It's going to be a consultant level. There will be benchmarking. Hopefully we will have most questions answered in that document.

 

President Roman: Good.

 

Mr. Canning: Second one. We had met with Mr. Rutledge as it concerned 25 Flanders Road the week after our last meeting. Mr. Buczynski, Mr. Quinn and myself and both the engineer and Mr. Quinn as sure as Mr. Rutledge will be as well and some other concerned neighbors, the 13 th to explain what their prognosis is for a permanent solution here at 25 Flanders Road. They will be here at the March 13 th meeting. The last thing, Lisa Pignataro any myself had a webinar today on the first steps, it's a long road, but the first steps to possibly a Mount Olive app. So we are kind of excited about that. If we can get it for low or no cost, all the better. So we are starting to explore that. That's all we have.

 

President Roman: I am looking forward to and excited to see that app. We are on to Old Business. Mrs. Labow.

 

Mrs. Labow: Alex, when we had the ordinances for public, for the first reading, we started last year having public comment then. A point, I believe it was either Mr. Russell or Mr. McDonnell who brought it up, that we should have it open to the public then so if there are any comments instead of for the second reading. Can we go back to that format?

 

President Roman: That sounds like a great idea and I will definitely do that.

 

Mrs. Labow: Thank you.

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

President Roman: Thank you. Anyone have any new business?

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

President Roman: Legal matters?

 

LEGAL MATTERS

 

Mr. Augello: The only item Fred wanted me to update you guys on is the solar project at Combe Fill that we are working on and he wanted me to let you guys know that at the next meeting he is going to have a detailed update on that.

 

President Roman: And when you mean by detailed update, is that an update in the forward progress, neutral or reverse? I'll take by your delay…

 

Mayor Greenbaum: Can I chime in there?

 

President Roman: Yes please.

 

Mayor Greenbaum: I assume, having spoken to Fred on a number of times, that it will relate to an update in terms of our dealings with the DEP.

 

President Roman: Alright, we are on to Council Reports.

 

COUNCIL REPORTS

 

Recreation Liaison Report – A. Roman

 

President Roman: I have none for Recreation.

 

Board of Health Report – R. Perkins

 

President Roman: Mr. Perkins is not here.

 

Legislative Committee Report – P. Walsh & R. Perkins

 

President Roman: Legislative Committee, Mr. Walsh.

 

Mr. Walsh: Not this week on these next three.

 

Planning Board Report – P. Walsh

Board of Education Liaison Report – P. Walsh

 

President Roman: Okay, nothing on Planning Board and nothing on Board of Ed.

 

Mr. Walsh: Correct.

 

President Roman: Okay, Open Space Mr. Ferrante?

 

Open Space Committee Report – J. Ferrante

 

Mr. Ferrante: Nothing until next week.

 

President Roman: Thank you. Lake/Environmental.

 

Lake/Environment Issues Committee – J. Ferrante

Library Board Liaison – J. Ferrante

 

Mr. Ferrante: Well nothing, Library meets next week.

 

President Roman: Thank you. Mr. Nicastro, anything on safety?

 

Safety Committee Liaison – J. Nicastro

 

Mr. Nicastro: Not until the 14 th of March.

 

Present Roman: And Economic?

 

Economic Development Committee Report – J. Nicastro

 

Mr. Nicastro: Nothing yet.

 

President Roman: Mr. Mania is not here.

 

Senior Citizen Liaison – J. Mania

 

President Roman: Pride Committee, Mrs. Labow.

 

Pride Committee Report – C. Labow

 

Mrs. Labow: We had our Pride meeting this week and Mr. Lynch came and the Mayor was there and Ms. Pignataro was also there and I think it was a very productive meeting and we are moving forward with a lot of great ideas and doing the essay for the Memorial Day parade is going to be handled by Pride and the parade committee is going to be handling the elementary level. Pride is going to do the Middle School, High School and Senior citizens. I was contacted yesterday, Sunday rather, by one of the Seniors. They are anxious to get going. They are thrilled they are going to be taking part in the essay contest. I'm really glad that we added that to the agenda there for that. So that was a really positive thing.

 

President Roman: How did the snowflakes fair?

 

Mrs. Labow: Well there was a mis, Mr. Lynch explained to us he had misspoken at the budget meeting. It's not $6,000.00 for the electric. It's $6,000.00 for all of the, like the banners and all that stuff and Mr. Canning also helped me out with the, figuring out the actual electric costs were substantially less. We are still in the works of figuring out what we are going to do - if we are going to place them somewhere else. So we are at the investigation stage. I believe that Mr. Lynch and Mrs. Pignataro are going to meet with Mr. Canning and look at all of the options on what to do on that, whether we want to do it in house, have our staff put the stuff up to save money there if it makes more sense, to have the company do it. We need to look at how many man hours it takes to do that. so we are going to look for an analysis on that.

 

President Roman: So as of right now he is free to walk the streets.

 

Mrs. Labow: Yes, yes he was…he actually had some really great ideas. I want to share this, I think it was a phenomenal idea in that at Turkey Brook Park, Jim was saying that it would be really nice to have banners up there with the Mount Olive colors. Pretty much like they do at a lot of the college campuses and that because we have our sporting organizations and we all really liked that idea quite a bit. I'd like to see that move a little bit forward and we also talked about the welcome to and leaving Mount Olive signs in having a new sponsor for at least one of the locations and possibly two locations. We are looking for ways to bring in money.

 

President Roman: Do you have anything on TNR?

 

TNR Program – C. Labow

Mrs. Labow: TNR, they are moving along really nice. They are getting information now which is fantastic. Communications are going well. They have, actually if everybody could please go on the Humane Society pet photo contest. Tomorrow is the last day to vote and that is one of our big fundraisers and Boo, our little cat that we rescued at Dr. Golub's request is actually almost in the top 100 right now.

 

Mayor Greenbaum: I had several things that I didn't raise in the Administrative. Real quick. Tomorrow there's a Mount Olive Chamber of Commerce breakfast at 8:00 at Paragon if you could attend.

 

Mrs. Labow: Paragon.

 

Mayor Greenbaum: Friday is Dr. Suess's birthday. I've volunteered to read at one of the schools. If you have an interest and the time to read at one of the schools, you should contact Lisa Pignataro tomorrow and she will make the arrangements to make sure that you have a timeslot to read and there was one other thing which I can't think of right now. There was one other thing.

 

Mrs. Labow: Do you want us to guess?

 

Mayor Greenbaum: Yes, everyone guess and maybe someone will come up with a really good idea that I'll take as my own. On Friday at 2:00 the candidate who is running for the Congressional seat who is Dave Larson 2:00 will be here if you want to meet him and I'm setting up a meeting with our three legislators to talk about issues which relate to Mount Olive. There are three or four issues that we are going to be addressing including the landfill, the light at Connolley Avenue, ITC and any other issues that you may have and we don't have a date for that yet but I will let you know as soon as we do.

 

President Roman: Excellent. Okay, we are on to our last public portion. Anyone?

 

PUBLIC PORTION

 

President Roman: Seeing none, we are on to Council Comments. Mrs. Labow?

 

COUNCIL COMMENTS

 

Mrs. Labow: I just wanted to add one thing. Saturday we had an Eagle Scout ceremony and Mr. Nicastro, Mr. Roman and Mayor Greenbaum were in attendance. The Mayor had another engagement that he had to go to and they asked him to read his Proclamation ahead of time. I want to say it was like so incredibly important to the kids that you have your elected officials there and afterwards everybody kept coming up to me saying, oh, that was so nice that the Mayor even with his schedule was able to stop by. I just think that at any time any of us can spend any time going to these events, it really is important to our children and to our community that we take an active role in showing our support. So I just wanted to bring that up because that's how I am.

 

President Roman: I concur wholeheartedly with that. I think that part of our duties as being a Councilman is also being available to the public as a whole. Mr. Ferrante, any closing comments?

 

Mr. Ferrante: No.

 

President Roman: Mr. Nicastro.

 

Mr. Nicastro: No.

 

President Roman: Mr. Walsh.

 

Mr. Walsh: I'm good.

 

President Roman: And Mrs. Labow, anything?

 

Mrs. Labow: No, I said my peace. I had my quota for my words for tonight.

 

President Roman: And I have none. At this time would you be so kind as to move us into Executive Session?

 

Mrs. Labow: Yes, thank you Mr. President. Under Section 7 & 8 of the Open Public Meetings Act, I move to go into Executive Session for the purpose of discussion of an affordable housing proposal. There will be no further public business and Minutes will be made available upon the conclusion of the matter.

 

President Roman: And I believe we are also discussing the sidebar agreement?

 

Mrs. Lashway: That has already been discussed.

 

President Roman: Okay, never mind. It's been moved and seconded. All in favor? Anybody opposed?

 

Executive Session : Affordable Housing Proposal

 

ADJOURNMENT - Motion made and seconded. All in favor, none opposed, the meeting was adjourned at 9:09 pm.

 

_________________________

Alex Roman, Council President

 

I, Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk of the Township 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 13, 2012.

__________________________

Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk

 

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Mailing Address:
Mount Olive Township
Post Office Box 450
Budd Lake, NJ 07828

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Mount Olive Township
204 Flanders-Drakestown Road
Budd Lake, N.J. 07828

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