The Public Meeting of the Mount Olive Township Council was called to order at 7:23 p.m. by Council President Mania. 

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 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, Mr. Nicastro and Mr. Mania

Absent:           Mr. Perkins

Also Present:  Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk; Jeff Pasek, Township Attorney; Sherry Davis, CFO and Sean Canning, Business Administrator

APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

October 28, 2014, WS & PM (Mr. Ferrante and Mr. Nicastro)

President Mania:  Mr. Amianda, would you do the honors of the approval for the previous meetings, the Minutes? 

Mr. Amianda:  Yes, Mr. President.  I make a motion for approval of Minutes of previous meetings.

Mrs. Labow:  Second.

President Mania:  Any discussion?  Roll Call.

ROLL CALL:           Passed with the exception Mr. Ferrante and Mr. Nicastro abstained

CORRESPONDENCE

LETTERS FROM RESIDENTS/ORGANIZATIONS

  1. Email received October 24, 2014, from National League of Cities regarding Last Chance to book your hotel.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received October 27, 2014, from TMA Council of New Jersey regarding TMAC October 2014 Newsletter.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received October 28, 2014, from New Jersey Managed Districts Association regarding Please Join Us.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received October 29, 2014, from FEMA regarding IGA Advisory: National Flood Insurance Program and Implementation of the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act and the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received October 30, 2014, from FEMA regarding IGA Advisory: Open Period for Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program – Monday, November 3, 2014.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received October 31, 2014, from the American Planning Association regarding American Planning Association’s Community Planning Assistance Program – Pro Bono Planning Support Available.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received November 6, 2014, from New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program regarding Complementary Benchmarking Voucher at the NJSLOM Conference.  PDF Correspondence

LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES

  1. Letter received October 27, 2014, from New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding NJLM Legislative Bulletin October 2014.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Letter received November 5, 2014, from New Jersey League of Municipalities regarding Education Opportunities for Newly Elected Officials.  PDF Correspondence

 

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

  1. Email received October 24, 2014, from Department of State, New Jersey Business Action Center regarding Notice of Publication in NJ Register for Proposed Rule Amendment to N.J.A.C. 5:85:-7.21.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received October 29, 2014, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Bear Awareness Fact Sheet.  PDF Correspondence
  1. Email received October 30, 2014, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding NJDEP Press Release – Lt. Governor Guadagno Marks 100th Approval of Home Elevation Grants.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Letter received November 7, 2014, from State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection regarding Wyndham Point WWTP Compliance Inspection.  PDF Correspondence

MUA / MSA

  1. Email received October 25, 2014, from Musconetcong Sewerage Authority regarding MSA Approved Meeting Minutes, September 25th.  PDF Correspondence

 

  1. Email received October 28, 2014, from Musconetcong Watershed Association regarding MWA Events.  PDF Correspondence

President Mania:  We have some Correspondence.  We have 15 pieces of Correspondence.  Any discussion?   Hearing none. 

ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING

ORDINANCES FOR FIRST READING – (second reading 11/25/2014)

President Mania:  We have a few Ordinances, two Ordinances for first reading.  The first one is…the next item on the Agenda for first reading is Ordinance #26-2014,

Ord.#26-2014 An Ordinance of the Township of Mount Olive, In the County of Morris, State of New Jersey, Providing for the Reopening of Gold Mine Road as a One-Way Road from Tanglewood Way to The Area of 150 Gold Mine Road with a Weight Restriction Prohibiting Vehicles of 5 Tons or Greater in the Re-opened Section of Road (To Be Incorporated Into Chapter 245 of the Mount Olive Township Code) PDF Ord.

President Mania:  Mr. Ferrante.

Mr. Ferrante:  Sure, I move that Ordinance# 26-2014 be introduced by title and passed on first reading and that a meeting be held on November 25, 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.

Mrs. Labow:  Second.

President Mania:  Any discussion?  Roll Call.

ROLL CALL:           Passed unanimously

President Mania:  Next, on the Agenda for first reading is Ordinance #27-2014,

Ord.#27-2014 An Ordinance of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive, In the County of Morris, State of New Jersey, Authorizing the Acceptance of a Seed of Dedication for Roadway Purposes for a Portion of Block 5400, Lot 26 from Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Inc.  PDF Ord       

President Mania:  Mrs. Labow.

Mr. Roman:  Mr. President, I believe the word “Seed” should be “Deed.”  I don’t know…

Mr. Nicastro:  Yes, I was wondering.

President Mania:  What’s that?

Mr. Roman:  The word “Seed” should be “Deed.”

Mrs. Lashway:  Correct.

Mr. Nicastro:  I was wondering what “Seed” was.

President Mania:  Is there a second?

Mr. Roman:  Second.

President Mania:  Discussion? 

Mrs. Labow:  Wait.

President Mania:  Roll Call.

Mrs. Labow:  Wait a minute, what are we saying…the change in it because I didn’t introduce it.

Mrs. Lashway:  No, we’re just taking a Roll Call, that was a typo.

Mrs. Labow:  Okay.

Mrs. Lashway:  This is a Roll Call on…

Mr. Roman:  The actual Ordinance listed is correct, it was a typo in our Minutes.

President Mania:  Right.

Mr. Roman:  I only brought it up because it was read incorrectly.

Mrs. Labow:  Are we voting on…

Mrs. Lashway:  We’re voting on the Ordinance.

Mr. Roman:  The actual Ordinance.

Mrs. Labow:  I didn’t introduce it.  I didn’t do my part yet.

Mr. Nicastro:  That’s right.

Mr. Roman:  We jumped the gun.

President Mania:  We thought you did.

Mr. Nicastro:  Nope.

Mrs. Labow:  No.

Mr. Nicastro:  That’s right, you didn’t.  There was a question. 

Mrs. Labow:  Mr. Roman asked that first and I didn’t…

President Mania:  Okay, I’m sorry.

Mrs. Labow:  That’s why I was like do we have to vote on the “Seed” to “Deed.”

President Mania:  I’m sorry.

Mrs. Labow:  Not a problem. I will do my…thank you, Mr. President.  I move for adoption and final passage of Ordinance # 27-2014. 

Mr. Amianda:  Second.

Mr. Roman:  It should be for first reading.

Mr. Nicastro:  First reading.

President Mania:  It’s first reading, Colleen.

Mr. Roman:  Not second reading.

President Mania:  It’s first reading.

Mr. Roman:  I messed you all up.

Mrs. Labow:  You see that’s because I turned my page.  I stand corrected.  I move that Ordinance # 27-2014 be introduced by title and passed on first reading and that a meeting be held on November 25, 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. Nicastro:  Second.

President Mania:  Any discussion?  Roll Call.

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 Authorizing the Cancellation of Various Ordinance Balances.  PDF Res
  2.  Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Cancellation of Grant Balance.  PDF Res

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Providing for the Transfer of 2014 Budget Appropriations for the Current Fund Budget.  PDF Res
  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.  (Cablevision Lightpath)  PDF Res

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Approving a Vendor Service Contract on a “Fair and Open” Basis Pursuant to the “Pay to Play” Law.  (Weldon Quarry Company)  PDF Res
  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.  (USA Bluebook)  PDF Res

 

  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the use of a Purchasing Contract.  (ARF Rental Services Inc.)  PDF Res

 

  1. Resolution of the Township of Mount Olive Authorizing the Award of the Contract for Bonding and Grounding of Powerline Park to Power with Prestige Inc.  PRD Res
  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Approving Right-of-Way Use to PEG Bandwidth NJ, LLC and Authorizing the Execution of a Right of Way Use Agreement Between the Township of Mount Olive and PEG Bandwidth NJ, LLC.  PDF Res

 

  1. A Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive, In the County of Morris and State of new Jersey, Authorizing the Reduction of Performance Guarantees for the Site Improvements in Connection with Block 102, Lot 11, CON-4 and Lot 14 (Fratelli Beretta).  PDF Res
  1. Resolution of the Township Council of the Township of Mount Olive Urging the Owners of Gas Stations in the Township of Mount Olive to Install Generators or Alternative Power Generation Devices at Their Gas Stations.  PDF Res

 

President Mania:  Next, on the Agenda are Consent Resolutions.  We have 11.  Mr. Nicastro, would you? 

Mr. Nicastro:  Sure.  Thank you, Mr. President.

Mr. Roman:  Mr. President, I’d like to move Resolution 11 to Non-Consent.

President Mania:  Okay.

Mr. Nicastro:  Am I making a motion for Consent Resolutions one through ten?

President Mania:  That’s correct.

Mr. Nicastro:  I move Consent Resolutions one through ten. 

Mrs. Labow:  Second.

President Mania:  Any discussion?  Roll Call.

ROLL CALL:           Passed unanimously

RESOLUTIONS NON-CONSENT

Mr. Nicastro:  Now, we move…I move Consent Resolution…

Mr. Pasek:  No, Non-Consent Resolution.

Mr. Nicastro:  Non-Consent Resolution 11.

Mrs. Labow:  Second.  Second.

Mrs. Lashway:  Any discussion?

President Mania:  Any discussion?  Mr. Roman.

Mr. Roman:  I once again raise an opposition to Non-Consent Resolution 11.  I don’t think it’s the purpose of government, whether local or state to urge a private entity to engage in expenditures that they do not deem fit for their best interest.  Thank you.

Mrs. Lashway:  Roll Call.

President Mania:  Roll Call.

ROLL CALL:           Not Passed, all voted no with the exception of Mr. Amianda 

CONSENT MOTIONS

  1. Bill List. PDF Bill List

 

President Mania:  Mr. Roman, would you do the Bill List?

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

Mrs. Labow:  Second.

President Mania:  Discussion?  Roll Call.

ROLL CALL:           Passed with the exception Mr. Nicastro abstained on check# 69064

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

President Mania:  Administrative Reports.

Mr. Canning:  Thank you, Mr. President.  I just have one update for the Council tonight.  You’ll be very pleased to know that the long awaited manhole replacement at the vault at Flanders Road has been completed.  That was done on Friday.  It’s a manhole in the road now, we’ve driven over it a number of times and it seems to be like any other manhole in town.  This is the one we’ve…we have talked about this for three years now, the original vault that was at the interconnect.  The area residents seem to be happy.  Hopefully, this puts an end to this chapter.  They finally finished that on Friday, we did it when school was off and we did it for a far less cost than we had expected.  That’s all I have. 

President Mania:  That’s it.

Mr. Canning:  That’s it.

Mrs. Labow:  I just have a question.

President Mania:  Mrs. Labow.

Mrs. Labow:  How does it…they can still do all the readings even though it’s a manhole cover instead of a vault?  They left the vault there?

Mr. Canning:  Yes.  If you recall the early days they were doing meter readings every day, going into the pit and then within six months they had gotten the electronic metering, it’s telemetry, it sends the meter readings out of that pit.  Once a month we have to go down there for maintenance, just like we do any other manhole cover…

Mrs. Labow:  Okay.  Oh good.

Mr. Canning:  … we put the safety cones and the lights.  Once a month the workers are down there, not every day and hopefully the residents, especially Mr. Rutledge and his neighbors cannot here the clunk clunk, clunk clunk.

Mrs. Labow:  It wasn’t even just Mr. Rutledge, all the way on Clinton Street, the streets down, the residents were telling me you could hear it.

Mr. Canning:  It was a problem.

Mrs. Labow:  It resonated all the way through and I noticed the past couple of weeks before they replaced it that going over it, it was getting noisy again.  I was like, oh man.

Mr. Canning:  Yes.   

Mrs. Labow:  That didn’t last very long. 

Mr. Canning:  It was a problem, but you know what, we did it for a cost of $18,000.00, we did it on a day that school was off and it was far less expensive and time consuming than we thought back in 2012.  I think it was January of 2012 or February 2012 this issue first came into Council here.

Mrs. Labow:  Wonderful.  Thank you so much.  Great.

President Mania:  Any further discussion?  Any questions?

Mr. Ferrante:  I have a question.

President Mania:  Mr. Ferrante.

Mr. Ferrante:  I noticed in my neighborhood and even some of the surrounding streets, there are traffic cones at sewers.  Is that for…they are going to be cleaning them or…

Mr. Canning:  I don’t know.  I’ll find the information for you.

Mr. Ferrante:  It seems that at least on my block and the blocks around me, every sewer…

Mr. Canning:  On the storm drains?

Mr. Ferrante:  Yes, on the drains.

Mr. Canning:  The storm drains.  It might just be marked out for jet vacuum cleaning because it’s going to be leaf time of the year and to get them out.  I’ll find you that information, though.

President Mania:  Any other questions?  Any Old Business?  Any New Business?  Mr. Roman.

OLD BUSINESS - None

NEW BUSINESS

Mr. Roman:  I was going to bring this up under Open Space, but Sean referring you to my e-mail of earlier today regarding the dam at the HMUA, just for the edification of the rest of the Council, it was brought up at Open Space that maybe we should seek into requiring the HMUA to mitigate the dams over on Mine Hill.  If you may recall, they had found a buyer, they were going through closing and then the buyer discovered that he had to take care of…mitigate the dam and said no, I’m not going to do that.  Now, if the HMUA is no longer going to be using that property and it has been deemed that those dams are unsafe, we run the potential hazard that if that property is not sold and just left to wallow, that we could potentially in the near future be looking at dam collapse which would then further cause damage to the properties down at the bottom of Hackettstown.  I think that is something we should at least look into whether we can force them to remedy or do some other…either lower the dams or something that would prevent any possibility of any future erosion.  Unless the State has already inspected and said there is no damage…the dam is fine.

Mr. Canning:  Thank you.  I was able to spend a little bit of time on this today in between the budget hearings and the task today was finding out who the regulatory authority is that has jurisdiction over that.  It appears to be…I don’t know I’ll verify that tomorrow that it may be Morris County Bridges and Roads.  They have dams under their purview as well, so if it’s not them, I’m sure that there will be an engineering level at the State, but it appears it might be Morris County.  If that’s the case, we’ll send them a letter tomorrow requesting an inspection on that and again, I don’t want to jump to the premise that it’s an unsafe condition, let’s find out whether they concur with that, whether it’s deemed safe, unsafe and if it is deemed…let’s say for arguments sake, that’s there’s concerns in it, what the appropriate remedy is from the County or that authority.  I know Mount Olive Township, we do not have that authority to do anything, however I do know that it is vested that either the County level or State level.

Mr. Roman:  I mean, I think the dam over at the corner of River Road, we forced that owner and that to me seemed like an inconsequential dam.

Mr. Canning:  Yes.  A little one.  That’s why I’m thinking its County Bridges and Roads because that’s all part of that bridge reconstruction there and the Division of Engineering at the County.  I’m pretty confident I’ll have an answer for you by mid-day tomorrow.

Mr. Roman:  Okay.  Thank you.

Mr. Canning:  You’re welcome.

President Mania:  Any other New Business?  Any Legal Matters, Jeff?

 

 

LEGAL MATTERS

Mr. Pasek:  Just one item tonight, Council President.   Just an update on Cobblestone, I know at the last meeting Sean had actually advised Council that drilling was to commence at the site to test for water.  It’s our understanding that Boswell Engineering began drilling last week.  They finished drilling this past Monday.  They still have to do a pump test on Thursday, but preliminarily and I’m hesitant to say too much because we haven’t gotten that full report yet, but preliminarily they’ve advised us that the water yield appears to be very good.  Again, we’re going to wait until we get the final report from them and then we’ll advise Council as to what the report indicates. 

President Mania:  Mr. Roman.

Mr. Roman:  Jeff, was this the first or second test?

Mr. Pasek:  This is the second test.  I believe the first test, they had hit bedrock and they didn’t think there was sufficient water, but they wanted to do a second test in a different area.

Mr. Roman:  Okay.

Mr. Pasek:  My understanding is that water was encountered in the bedrock at an approximate dept of 202 feet.  The well was completed to 225 feet, but so far the indications are good, but like I said, we’re hesitant to say too much until we get the final report from Boswell.

Mr. Roman:  What would happen if they turn out that the flow is insufficient, what happens then?  Do they have a game plan?

Mr. Pasek:  I would probably defer to Sean, I think we’d probably have to revisit our plans for the site potentially.

Mr. Canning:  Yes.  If…two trajectories, if the results come up positive then we’re going to be meeting with the developer, Homeless Solutions, and at that point refining what they’re going to be bringing to Planning Board in the future, if they get to that point.  I know there’s much clamoring out there that people want to have their say as to what the final product is going to be.  We’ve been telling everybody when it gets to submittal to the Planning Board that’s the appropriate public comment time.  If, as we’ve said before, if this does not come up successful, we don’t have the appropriate pressure, the drinking water quality, we’re affecting other people’s wells, we’re going to have to revisit our spending plan, we think we’re on sound ground.  It does worry me a little bit with COAH, whether they’ll say okay, we can amend our spending plan in light of the past money graph about a year and a half ago.  We shall see.

President Mania:  Mrs. Labow.

Mrs. Labow:  Do we own Cobblestone yet or does that…?

Mr. Canning:  No.  This is part of the due diligence…I’ll let Jeff speak more, we have the submittals into the court.

Mr. Pasek:  Right.

Mrs. Labow:  Yes.  I was wondering because the ambulances are still…

Mr. Pasek:  We still have time until the submittals to the court, we’re still doing our due diligence, still investigating the property, so we don’t own the property yet. 

Mrs. Labow:  Okay.

Mr. Canning:  One aspect of this is a bit frustrating because we get complaints about the state of the property,  it is deplorable, but since we’re kind of in an adverse ligation situation…

Mrs. Labow:  We can’t do anything.

Mr. Canning:  …we’re very careful to not stir the pot over and the submittals by enforcing it, but it leaves us in a tough position because there are problems there, but we have to just get through our due diligence period. 

 

There’s frustration on every side, there’s frustration…people don’t like what’s there, but they don’t like the answer that’s there, so I certainly hear it when some of the residents call me up. 

President Mania:  Jeff, any other?

Mr. Pasek:  No other legal matters tonight, Council President.

President Mania:  Council Reports.  Mr. Amianda.

COUNCIL REPORTS

Board of Education - none
Mr. Amianda:  None.

President Mania:  Mr. Ferrante.

Environmental Committee - none
Library Board Liaison - none
Lake Issues - none
Mr. Ferrante:  I have nothing.

President Mania:  Mrs. Labow.

Senior Citizen Liaison - none
Economic Development Committee Report - none
TNR Program - none
Mrs. Labow:  Nothing to report.   

MOTV Committee Liaison - none

President Mania:  Mr. Roman.

Recreation Liaison Report
Open Space Committee Report - none
Mr. Roman:  The Recreation Committee met last week.  Some items of note, the traffic counters were put in the park on October 25th and during the soccer tournament they counted 4,000 plus cars, which from what I understand is a surprise as to the number of cars that passed through that facility.  The fire pit has been a huge success.  Recreation is going to have a couple of more events with fire pits and eventually foresee the possibility of doing that as a permit for certain groups and organizations.  One of the things that they’ll do in order to make sure that it is a safe use of the pit is to require them to use wood from Buildings and Grounds.  Also, being that it’s budget season, one of the things that Recreation is going to be looking at is to start the possibility in conjunction with IT and integrate cameras throughout the park systems.  One of the items that I brought up that has always been on my wish list is to make Recreation cameras have an open portal for residents, so if you can’t make it to your son’s game, you’ll be able to log on and see his game.  Many people that were able to watch our boys play in the World Series found that beneficial.  Recreation is also going to be looking into getting an App for Recreation.  I think that’ll be a great asset for Recreation to allow people to find out more things and what’s going on throughout town.  That is all I have on Recreation. 

President Mania:  Mr. Nicastro

Board of Health Report - none
Legislative Committee Report - none

Mr. Nicastro:  No reports.  Board of Health meeting was scheduled for next month, cancelled this month, so nothing.

Planning Board Report - none
President Mania:  Planning Board meeting is tomorrow night. 

Mr. Roman:  Anything special on there?

President Mania:  I’ll find out tomorrow.

 

Mr. Roman:  I didn’t know if there was a big project that’s back up.

President Mania:  No.  No. 

Mr. Roman:  Mr. President.

President Mania:  Anyone from the public wish to be heard?

Mr. Roman:  Forgive me, Mr. President, did Marveland Farms start breaking ground?

Mr. Nicastro:  No.

President Mania:  They haven’t broken ground yet, but I understand they had a closing on Friday, this past Friday.

Mr. Nicastro:  I just spoke with John over there because I’m looking over there, but they we’re closing on it as John said.  I think they’re going to start, he said by July the model should be up.

President Mania:  Right.  They’re going to do the models first.

Mr. Nicastro:  They’re not going to sell out of a trailer, they’re doing the models.

Mr. Roman:  You bought yours yet?

Mr. Nicastro:  No, looking.

President Mania:  They’re going to do the models first and then do the moderate income housing is going up, too.

Mr. Roman:  Okay.  Thank you.

Mrs. Labow:  What about the Simoff property?

Mr. Nicastro:  What ever happened to that?

President Mania:  Simoff property, I expect they’ll be before the Planning Board next month.

Mrs. Labow:  They didn’t get all the final approval?

President Mania:  They haven’t closed on the property yet.

Mrs. Labow:  Oh, okay.  Believe it or not, I’ve had a couple of people ask me about that because they want to buy over there, so they’re interested in…

President Mania:  I understand that the Board of Ed Building, there’s someone interested, a buyer and he wants to put, what do you call them…the cubicles in there for storage.

Mr. Nicastro:  For storage.

President Mania:  In speaking with the Township, I talked to Chuck McGroarty and with Simoff developing there and then the storage facility there, traffic would be horrendous, so they need to come up with a traffic plan.  Maybe the potential buyer for the Board of Ed building with Simoff can work something out, I don’t know.  It’s a thought.   Anyone from the public wish to be heard?  If not, I’ll close it to the public.  Council Comments.  Mr. Amianda.

PUBLIC PORTION

COUNCIL COMMENTS

Mr. Amianda:  No comment.

President Mania:  Mr. Ferrante.

 

Mr. Ferrante:  Nothing for me today.

President Mania:  Mrs. Labow.

Mrs. Labow:  Nothing. 

President Mania:  Mr. Roman.

Mr. Roman:  I have nothing. Thank you.

President Mania:  Mr. Nicastro.

Mr. Nicastro:  Nothing.

President Mania:  Mr. Mania.  Nothing.   Motion to adjourn.

ADJOURNMENT - Motion made and seconded. All in favor, none opposed, the meeting was adjourned at 7:44 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 November 25, 2014.                                                                                              

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Lisa Lashway, Township Clerk
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