MTC Minutes 11-23-10 Print E-mail

Montville Township Committee Regular Meeting

Tuesday, November 23, 2010, 7:00 p.m.

Montville Township Municipal Building, 195 Changebridge Road, Montville, New Jersey

 

7:00 p.m. – Statement of Open Public Meetings Act Compliance read by Chairman James Sandham, Jr.:  “As required by the Open Public Meetings Act, adequate Notice of this meeting has been provided which Notice specified the time and place of the meeting to the extent known at that time. The Notice was posted on the bulletin board at the Municipal Building, mailed to The Daily Record, The Star Ledger, and The Citizen as well as other newspapers and it was placed on file in the Township Clerk’s office. This meeting has been properly noticed to the public in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act.”

 

Roll call Township Committee:

 

Present:          Committeeman Art Daughtry

Committeeman Don Kostka

                        Committeewoman Deborah Nielson

                        Committeeman Tim Braden

                        Chairman James Sandham, Jr.

 

Also present:   Frank Bastone, Township Administrator

Anthony Barile, Township Engineer

Adam Brewer, Management Specialist

Martin Murphy, Township Attorney

Gertrude Atkinson, Township Clerk

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2010-CES-121410 PROVIDING FOR A MEETING NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW JERSEY OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT, N.J.S.A. 10:4-12:

1.      Personnel:  CMFO

2.      Litigation:  Tax Appeal – Sommer

3.      Personnel

 

Motion:  Daughtry.  Second:  Kostka.  All in favor.  Resolution adopted.

 

At 7:00 p.m. – Closed Session.  At 8:00 p.m. – Public Session.

 

Chairman Sandham read the Statement of Open Public Meetings Act Compliance again for the record.

 

Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance led by Committeeman Braden.

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS ON ORDINANCES FOR FINAL ADOPTION:

 

NO. 1 – ORDINANCE NO. 2010-37 AMENDING THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE TO INCLUDE WOODLAND ROAD AS A ONE-WAY STREET:

 

Chairman Sandham opened the public hearing.  Ordinance amended and reintroduced at last meeting with public hearing scheduled for this evening.  Hearing no comments, Chairman Sandham closed the public hearing.  Motion:  Nielson.  Second:  Braden.  All in favor.  Motion approved.

 

Motion to adopt ordinance:  Nielson.  Second:  Braden.  Roll call vote – Daughtry, yes; Kostka, yes; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes; Sandham, yes.  Ordinance adopted.

 

NO. 2 – ORDINANCE NO. 2010-38 BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE EXPANSION OF THE WATER SYSTEM INTO THE PLAUSHA NEIGHBORHOOD IN AND BY THE TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE, IN THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $900,000 THEREFOR, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $900,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE TOWNSHIP FOR FINANCING PART OF THE COST THEREOF AND DIRECTING THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENT OF PART OF THE COST THEREOF:

 

Chairman Sandham opened the public hearing.

 

Steve Samitt, Changebridge @ Montville, asked for the background on the ordinance.

 

Frank Bastone, Township Administrator, stated it is to pay for the Plausha Park Water System.  The estimate is $873,000.  The bond ordinance is for $900,000 to cover soft costs – legal, engineering, etc.  The agreement is that 2/3 is going to be paid for by the Plausha customers as an assessment.  They have twenty years to pay off the assessment.  The Township is paying 1/3 – out of the water utility budget.

 

Glenn Marsnick, 7 Forest Place, Towaco, Plausha Park Treasurer, thanked the Township Committee for getting the project to where it is today.  For a large number of our families, it is a hardship.  27 are retired.  12 are widows or widowers.  Want to re-emphasize the hardship for those folks financially.  Would like you to consider any expansion of the sharing agreement. 

 

Hearing no further comments, Chairman Sandham closed the public hearing.  Motion:  Daughtry.  Second:  Nielson.  All in favor.  Motion approved.

 

Motion to adopt ordinance:  Braden.  Second:  Daughtry.

 

Martin Murphy, Township Attorney, stated it is a $10,000 cost to each property owner over twenty years.  Bastone stated the annual payment is $671 per year. 

 

Sandham stated the Township debated whether to contribute at all to begin with.   I think the Township Committee came to a fair decision – the 1/3.

 

Committeeman Daughtry stated we also touched on looking into grant funding and aid.  Bastone stated we are preparing the Morris Community Development application for this project – an $80,000 grant.  That will be on the agenda next meeting.

 

Roll call vote – Daughtry, yes; Kostka, yes; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes; Sandham, yes.  Ordinance adopted.

 

REPORTS:

 

ADMINISTRATOR:  Bastone reported on an 11/16/10 letter from Boswell Engineering regarding Lowe’s.  They are asking for an address change to a Route 46 address.  Township Committee – ok.

 

Bastone stated they are marketing for a second building at the site as a supermarket.  Mr. Boswell indicated if we insist on the bump-out a supermarket will not want to be there. 

 

Township Committee consensus – the bump-out stays.

 

Committeewoman Nielson suggested that if Mr. Boswell feels that strongly about it, he should open the public hearings on it again before the Board of Adjustment.

 

Morris County dispatching:  Bastone reported an analysis is being conducted with a two-pronged approach.  He has kept the police department, the three fire departments, and the first aid squad involved.  Will discuss the process at a public meeting.

 

Long-Term Financial Planning Committee:  Bastone reported at their meeting last night the bond counsel and banking service RFP’s were discussed.  LTFPC asked that the references be checked on our current bond counsel.  They are leaning toward keeping them.  Banking RFP – proposals for interest are greatly reduced from the 3% we currently enjoy.  Would like further information i.e. if Lakeland will increase the rate if we reduce the term to one year.  I emphasize this must be in effect by January 1.  Will get LTFPC the information ASAP. 

 

Committeeman Kostka stated as soon as they get the information, they will schedule another meeting.  Bastone stated the recommendation is to have this on for a discussion item and action on December 14 meeting.

 

New Jersey Municipal Managers Association:  Bastone reported the NJMMA represents administrators and managers.  They annually issue awards.  I am proud to announce that our own Adam Brewer was a recipient of one of the awards – New Professional to Local Government Award.  The award is given to one assistant administrator in the State of New Jersey. 

 

ATTORNEY:  No report.

FINANCE:  No report.

 

ENGINEER:  Anthony Barile, Township Engineer, reported they completed the paving program, including Vreeland Avenue, last week.  They are now concentrating on the curbing program. 

 

Woodland Road – performed a study on the stop sign at Orchard Drive.  It does not meet the State warrants for a stop sign, but it does for a yield sign.  The ordinance for introduction is fashioned that way.  Recommend to restudy the intersection one year after the one-way is put into effect.  This will be after the road is improved by the developer.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS:  Committeewoman Nielson reported December 9 is the public hearing for review of the municipal master plan.

 

DISCUSSION ITEMS:

 

NO. 1 – REVALUATION PROPOSALS:  Bastone reported they received three proposals.  They received some very good pricing.  There is a $75,000 savings if they use the existing information.  There are two low bids.  Does the Township Committee want to be involved in the interview process of these two firms?  Township Committee agreed – no.

 

Sandham asked if we inquired about digital mapping.  Bastone stated his recollection is that Fran Vanderhoof did look into that and it is not part of the revaluation process.

 

NO. 2 – TRAILS GRANT APPLICATION – CAMP DAWSON:  Bastone reported the recreation trails grant application is due 12/15/10.  $25,000 grant with a 20% local match.  He stated the Open Space Committee’s recommendation is that we make application for the trails at Camp Dawson.  The Masar Park handicap access was denied last year.  We made application and were not funded for Masar Park last year. 

 

Sandham asked if they indicated why we were not awarded for Masar Park last year.  Bastone stated there are a lot more applications than there is money, and it was not ranked high.

 

Nielson asked if there is any way we can get feedback as to why it was not funded.  Bastone stated we need to make the decision tonight.

 

Nielson stated she is unclear as to the scope of the project at Camp Dawson.  We have other trails in town that are not known generally to the public.

 

Sandham stated Open Space got public support for enhancing the trails at Camp Dawson.  It would be to map, mark, and create signage for the existing trails.  Also, create information kiosks and enhance the usage of the existing trails.

 

I thought what was being requested at Masar Park was handicapped accessibility with additional paving.  Barile stated it included a parking area and a paved walkway that led to a dock that would be designed specifically for people in wheelchairs.

 

Sandham stated if I remember correctly, that project didn’t fit neatly into the trails grant application process.  It would be a very worthwhile project, but we should see if we can get funding from a different source.  In the meantime, we have another viable project that we could make application for.

 

Committeeman Braden stated the trails at Camp Dawson are mainly used by the archers.  Has the Recreation Commission discussed how they are going to expand the trails, and is it still used by the archers?

 

Bastone stated he is not familiar with it being addressed by the Recreation Commission.  Braden stated it has not been addressed.

 

Vote on grant application for option 1 – Camp Dawson or option 2 – Masar Park:  Daughtry – pass; Kostka, pass; Nielson – pass; Braden – no to both; Sandham – supports the trails at Camp Dawson.  Daughtry and Kostka – no to both.  Nielson – yes to option 2 and if that didn’t pan out, yes to option 1.

 

Not submitting grant application at all.

 

NO. 3 – CELL TOWER ORDINANCE:  Bastone reported they have a draft cell tower ordinance.  Meghan Hunscher and Marty Murphy have reviewed.  Tony Barile has a few minor changes.

 

Daughtry stated the zoning Board of Adjustment reviews the applications.  Would it would be appropriate to give it to the Board of Adjustment attorney and chair for their review?

Nielson stated this ordinance would change the jurisdiction to the Planning Board; so it should go to both boards.  Bastone stated the appropriate thing to do would be to submit it to the chairs of both boards. 

 

PUBLIC PORTION:

 

Chairman Sandham opened the public portion.

 

Dan Pagano, 11 Roome Road, Towaco, spoke about the policy that allows newly-elected Township Committee members to sit in executive session.  Do we have a policy?  Bastone stated it is a decision of the Township Committee based upon the recommendation of legal counsel.  There is not a written policy on it.

 

Pagano asked if a decision was made about the newly elected Township Committeeman, Mr. Gallopo.  Sandham stated a decision was not made about Mr. Gallopo, but a decision was made based on advice of council that an unofficial policy that allows newly elected committee members to attend closed session be rescinded.  It so happens that this decision affects this committeeman-elect.

 

Pagano asked how long that policy was in effect.  Daughtry stated at least six years.  It has to be put on the record that our counsel has advised us every year that the new person has not taken an oath.  This was the right time to do it.  It has no reflection on Scott Gallopo. 

 

Murphy stated he has consistently advised the governing body that no one should be in closed session other than the governing body and their professional advisors.  There is no case law in New Jersey on this.  There is nothing that binds that person to abide by the confidentiality of closed session.  When they take office, they take an oath.  Murphy went over the subject matters that may be discussed in closed session.  It is certainly not a reflection of Scott. 

 

Pagano asked is that item for discussion in executive session?  Murphy stated it originally came up as personnel, but after hearing what it was – it was attorney-client privilege.  I have the right to go into closed session and advise my client as to the law.

 

Pagano stated with all due respect that discussion did not belong in executive session.  Murphy stated he disagrees.

 

Pagano stated it strikes him as extremely hypocritical that 4 of the 5 members who received the same benefit are now denying it to another member.

 

Scott Gallopo, 9 Nelson Lane, Montville, stated he understands Marty’s point about attorney-client privilege.  What I don’t understand is the lack of consistency and the epiphany this year.  I understand the people on the dais change year to year.  There was only one person that changed last year, and that was Jean Bader to Mr. Kostka.  It is a bit ironic and it does smack a bit of hypocrisy.  I am very disappointed.  I’ll accept it as abiding by taking advice of counsel, but I will say when I do get up on the dais that you should not cherry pick on the advice.

 

Sandham stated just to be clear; it just had to be a majority.  The attorney gives us advice.  He is not the elected official.  We make the decision. 

 

Braden stated I think you have to give us a little credit here.  From the day you arrive here to the day you leave, you are learning.  As time goes on, you develop a better understanding of the law and the decisions we have to make.  The counsel gives us advice and his interpretation of the law, and we make a logical and rational decision on how to proceed.

 

Gallopo stated I hope over the next three years you stick to being logical and rational, and I hope we don’t fall into the mode you were in over the last five years.  I look forward to next year.  I was hoping to start that learning curve, but that is not going to happen.   

 

Last meeting an appointment was made to the Library Board.  It was on the agenda as a resignation.  This goes to transparency.  We are in the process now of collecting applications that are due November 30.  There was no public notice that we were looking to fill this opening sooner than later.  I know of at least two people that are interested in sitting on the Library Board.  If they had known, they would have had their applications to you.  There was no discussion about it.

 

Sandham asked Mr. Braden if he wanted to address this as he had made the motion.  Braden answered no.

 

Sandham stated I seconded the motion and my motivation was to get someone there for the policy meeting.  That application was put before me.

 

Gallopo asked was that the only applicant?  Township Clerk answered yes.

 

Nielson stated this happens throughout the year.  If the applicant was not qualified they would not have been appointed.

 

Gallopo stated I could see if that happened in June.  Again, consistency.

 

Hearing no further comments, Chairman Sandham closed the public portion.  Motion:  Nielson.  Second:  Daughtry.  All in favor.  Motion approved.

 

ORDINANCE INTRODUCTIONS:

 

NO. 1 – ORDINANCE NO. 2010-40 AMENDING CHAPTERS 169 (FEES) AND 226 (JUNKYARDS) OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE AND AMENDING FEES FOR VARIOUS TOWNSHIP PROGRAMS AND SERVICES:

 

Ordinance is offered for adoption on first reading with second reading and public hearing scheduled for December 14, 2010, at 8 p.m.  Motion:  Nielson.  Second:  Braden.  Roll call vote – Daughtry, yes; Kostka, yes; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes; Sandham, yes.  Motion approved.

 

NO. 2 – ORDINANCE NO. 2010-41 AMENDING CHAPTER 230 OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE AND ESTABLISHING A PROCEDURE FOR MINOR LOT GRADING PLAN APPROVAL:

 

Ordinance is offered for adoption on first reading with second reading and public hearing scheduled for December 14, 2010, at 8 p.m.  Motion:  Nielson.  Second:  Braden.  Roll call vote – Daughtry, yes; Kostka, yes; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes; Sandham, yes.  Motion approved.

 

NO. 3 – ORDINANCE NO. 2010-42 AMENDING CHAPTER 10 OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE AND PROVIDING FOR A YIELD SIGN ON WOODLAND ROAD AT THE INTERSECTION WITH ORCHARD DRIVE:

 

Ordinance is offered for adoption on first reading with second reading and public hearing scheduled for December 14, 2010, at 8 p.m.  Motion:  Nielson.  Second:  Braden.  Roll call vote – Daughtry, yes; Kostka, yes; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes; Sandham, yes.  Motion approved.

 

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONSENT AGENDA NO. 2010-CA21:  Motion:  Nielson.  Second:  Braden.  Roll call vote – Daughtry, yes; Kostka, yes; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes; Sandham, yes.  Resolution adopted.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM A – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE RETURN OF CASH BONDS POSTED WITH THE TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE:

 

WHEREAS, certain cash bonds have been posted with the Township of Montville to secure the performance of obligations; and

            WHEREAS, the Engineering Department has verified that the improvements, the installation of which were secured by the cash bonds, have been installed in a satisfactory manner and has recommended the release of cash bonds.

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee of the Township of Montville, County of Morris and State of New Jersey, that the following cash performance bonds shall be released:

 

 

NAME/LOCATION

 

TYPE OF BOND

AMOUNT TO BE

RETURNED

 

J. & M. Greenberg

14 Charlemagne Place

Pine Brook, New Jersey

B. 139.10, L. 8

 

 

 

 

Soil Stabilization

 

 

 

$450.00

Penske Truck Leasing Co.

Att.:  Wendy Muller, Legal Dept.

P.O. Box 563

Reading, PA  19603-0563

B. 184, L. 2, 57 Route 46 East

 

 

 

 

Performance Bond

 

 

 

 

$4,920.00

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this Resolution shall be forwarded to the Chief Financial Officer.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM B – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING REFUND OF TAXES 2010 – SENIOR CITIZEN DEDUCTION:  Block 79, Lot 18, $250.00.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM C – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING REFUND OF TAXES 2010 – VETERAN DEDUCTION:  Block 3, Lot 42, $250.00; and Block 51, Lot 37, $250.00.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM D – RESOLUTION REQUESTING APPROVAL OF ITEMS OF REVENUE AND APPROPRIATION NJS 40A:4-87:

 

WHEREAS, NJS 40A:4-87 provides that the Director of the Division of Local Government Services may approve the insertion of any special item of revenue in the budget of any county or municipality when such item shall have been made available by law and the amount was not determined at the time of the adoption of the budget; and

WHEREAS, the Director may also approve the insertion of an item of appropriation for equal amount;

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Township Committee of the Township of Montville, in the County of Morris and State of New Jersey, hereby requests the Director of the Division of Local Government Services to approve the insertion of an item of revenue in the budget of the year 2010 in the sum of $16,500.00, which is available from the Montville Literacy Foundation in the amount of $16,500.00.

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the like sum of $16,500.00 is hereby appropriated under the caption Literary Grant; and

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the above is the result of funds from an ESL grant from the Montville Literacy Foundation in the amount of $16,500.00.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM E – RESOLUTION ACCEPTING ROAD DEDICATION AND CULVERT – BEAR ROCK PHASES II AND III):

 

WHEREAS, Thomas S. Marotta, the developer of property known as Bear Rock Phases II and III (Block 1, Lot 11 – High Mountain Road), has, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-53 of the Municipal Land Use Law, notified the Township Committee that certain public improvements have been completed, and are ready for acceptance by the Township; and

            WHEREAS, the Township Engineer has inspected all improvements of which such notice has been given and has recommended the acceptance of High Mountain Road and a culvert constructed under High Mountain Road; and

            WHEREAS, the Township Committee has reviewed the recommendations of the Township Engineer.

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee of the Township of Montville, in the County of Morris and State of New Jersey, that High Mountain Road is hereby accepted as a public road in conjunction with the Bear Rock Subdivision Development; and be it further

            RESOLVED that the 70’ long, 20’ wide, and 6.5’ wide pre-cast concrete box culvert constructed in conjunction with this development is hereby accepted; and be it further

            RESOLVED that the Township of Montville hereby dedicates the culvert accepted in conjunction with this development to the County of Morris and that the culvert is hereby transferred to the County of Morris.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM F – APPROVAL OF OPEN AND CLOSED SESSION MINUTES: Township Committee regular meetings 09/14/10; 09/28/10; and 10/12/10.

 

RESOLUTIONS:

 

NO. 1 – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE LISTING OF BILLS AND SIGNING OF CHECKS:  Listing of bills approved; and the Mayor and Township Clerk are authorized to sign the checks.  Motion:  Nielson.  Second:  Braden.  Roll call vote – Daughtry, yes; Kostka, yes; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes; Sandham, yes.  Resolution adopted.

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

 

Committeeman Daughtry – no report.

 

Committeeman Kostka reported the LTFPC met.  In addition to banking and bond counsel, they put together a list of things to look at for the coming year: Three-year budget projection, water & sewer rates, the impact of early retirements, and a review of some of the benefit ordinances.  We talked specifically about Ordinance 49-14 – continuation of benefits upon retirement.

 

Committeewoman Nielson noted Mr. Gallopo is getting the entire open session meeting binder.  He will also be caucusing with us in December.

 

Planning Board recording secretary.  The Planning Board chair indicated a secretary has been appointed.  When our Land Use Administrator retired, the Township Committee was told the replacement would assume all of the same duties.  Is there a stipend being paid?  Bastone stated an appointment of recording secretary needs to be made by the Planning Board.  Nielson stated I was told the recommendation was made by Mr. Barile and Mr. Bastone.

 

Barile stated the individual was hired to be recording secretary with the full knowledge of the Planning Board chair.  It was my understanding that an official appointment would be made by the Planning Board.  It was left to administration to determine the stipend.  The compensation is $200 per meeting.  The individual hired to replace Mrs. White was hired at a different title, and it was discussed with the chairs of both boards that it was not productive for an individual with a professional planning license to spend their time doing minutes. 

 

Nielson stated we have an ordinance that states the Land Use Administrator serves as the secretary.  Barile stated the Principal Planner is serving as the secretary.  The additional person is the recording secretary.  Nielson stated I don’t think the Planning Board chair was aware there was a stipend.

 

Sandham stated it is a valid point for the Planning Board to discuss. 

 

Committeeman Braden stated on the bill list is $6,000 paid for tree removal.  If this is outsourcing, that is great, but the weather has been relatively calm.  Bastone stated we have used tree services in the past.  Barile stated we do hire outside companies when trees are in the wires, because our men cannot do that work.

 

Braden stated in this week’s Neighbor News there is an article regarding the Board of Education outsourcing a majority of their custodians.  The decision the Township Committee made was for the outsourcing of evening custodians.  There are quotes in the Neighbor News that say the Township Committee voted to eliminate all of the custodians.  That is false.  How should we deal with this issue with the Board of Education?

 

Kostka stated when we went through the budget exercise and had to make cuts, the fact of the matter is, we as the Township Committee, have to come up with details of the cuts so they can be justified.  When it comes to the Board of Education, they are absolutely free to do whatever they want.    I was also troubled by that article in the Neighbor News.

 

Braden stated I just want it on the record that we recommended outsourcing for the evening custodians, not in the daytime when the children are there.

 

Braden proposed that Chairman Sandham and Committeewoman Nielson bring this concern to the subcommittee meeting with the BOE.

 

Daughtry stated he would let it go.  Kostka stated he would bring it up.  Nielson stated it should be brought up because we are being vilified. 

 

Daughtry asked if the BOE came in over or under budget on 86 River Road. 

 

Chairman Sandham reported the agenda for the BOE/TC subcommittee meeting is:  coordination of trash collection bids; budget; turf field referendum; sidewalks; and 86 River Road. 

 

If there are other things that the Township Committee wants to add to that agenda, let him know.  The meeting is December 2 at 8:30 a.m. at the BOE offices.

 

The Economic Development Committee looked at the temporary sign policy with the prospective of easing it.  The Planning Board last night suggested that the existing temporary sign policy stay in place.  Discussion item for next meeting.

4th of July Committee:  We received a letter that they are not having the parade next year and also that the 5k run is in jeopardy.  I would like a representative of the Township Committee and the Administrator to  talk to the 4th of July Committee.  We have also eliminated Montville Day. It sounds like they are making the decision based on budgetary issues of the Township - maybe that isn’t the case - and we should have a discussion with them. 

 

Township Committee agreed to ask them to come to the December 14th Township Committee meeting.  Mr. Bastone will contact the chairman.

 

Nielson stated regarding the Environmental Commission – there was a request that a student be added as a member.  Do they have to be 18?  Murphy will check the statute.  The student could be a liaison. 

 

Meeting adjourned at 10 p.m.  Motion:  Daughtry.  Second:  Kostka.  All in favor.  Motion approved.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

                                                           

Gertrude H. Atkinson, Township Clerk

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