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Montville Township Committee Regular Meeting

Tuesday, April 10, 2012, 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 Tim Braden.

 

Roll call Township Committee:

 

Present:          Committeeman James Sandham, Jr.

                        Committeeman Don Kostka

                        Committeewoman Deb Nielson

Chairman Tim Braden

 

Absent:            Committeeman Scott Gallopo

 

Also present:   Victor Canning, Township Administrator

Adam Brewer, Assistant Township Administrator

Katie Yanke, Director of Finance

Robert Oostdyk, Township Attorney

                        Gertrude Atkinson, Township Clerk

 

RESOLUTION NO. CES-041012 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.      Contract negotiations:  Blue Collar

2.      Personnel

3.      Property acquisition:  Marketplace

4.      Litigation:  Lotta Lettuce

 

Motion:  Sandham.  Second:  Nielson.  All in favor except Gallopo - absent.  Resolution adopted.

 

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

 

Prayer and Pledge of Allegiance led by Committeewoman Nielson.

 

PUBLIC HEARING ON ORDINANCE FOR FINAL ADOPTION:

 

NO. 1 – ORDINANCE NO. 2012-09 AMENDING SECTION 3(a) OF BOND ORDINANCE NO. 2012-02 OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE, IN THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY, FINALLY ADOPTED FEBRUARY 14, 2012 IN ORDER TO AMEND THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT:

 

Chairman Braden opened the public hearing. 

 

Daniel Pagano, Block 108, Lot 6, and Paul Teshima, 21 Redding Place, President of Plausha Park.  Pagano stated his understanding is that Plausha Park has to agree.  The attorneys have all spoken.

 

Oostdyk stated he spoke to the Plausha Park attorney this afternoon.  She indicated that the Plausha Park Water Company would not object to the Township Committee deleting your property from the ordinance.

 

Teshima stated he spoke to their counsel and that is contingent upon Mr. Pagano signing the agreement with the Plausha Park Water Company. 

 

Oostdyk stated I think it is important to the committee that they hear from Plausha Park that they have no objection to the removal of your property from the ordinance.  This was an important consideration for them to hear from the water company.

 

Tashima stated Plausha Park Water Company does not object to Dan Pagano’s block and lot being removed from the ordinance.

 

Township Committee were all in agreement to remove the property from the ordinance.

 

Frank Lechleiter, 13 Barney Road, Towaco, stated he received the letter from the Township regarding the curb stop issue.  A neighbor a few years ago – water lines were run past their house and they did not have to pay for the curb stops.  Where is this $1,500 coming from?

 

Braden stated those curb stops were put in by the developer.  We decided not to assess, but we were going to charge for the curb stop as part of the project if they want it.

 

Lechleiter asked is the connection fee part of the assessment for Plausha Park owners?  Braden answered yes, it is part of the assessment.

 

Lechleiter stated this makes the decision difficult for us ten.  $1,500 for the curb stop and $3,300 for connecting to the water supply.  Braden stated this was a compromise.

 

Lechleiter stated I don’t see what that benefit is.  Committeeman Sandham stated if you don’t see there is a benefit then you don’t have to do it. 

 

Lechleiter stated the connection fee of $3,300 in the future.  Would that include the $1,500?  Braden answered no.  You would have to hire a contractor to excavate the road and install a curb stop.  We estimated that to cost between $5,000 and $7,000.

 

Teshima submitted a letter from Plausha Park dated today.  Oostdyk read the letter.  It confirmed that Plausha Park did not object to the removal of Block 108, Lot 6 from Ordinance No. 2012-09.

 

Hearing no further comments, Chairman Braden closed the public hearing.  Motion:  Sandham.  Second:  Nielson.  All in favor except Gallopo - absent.  Motion approved.

 

Amend ordinance to delete Block 108, Lot 6 and adopt ordinance with that amendment.  Motion:  Sandham.  Second:  Nielson.  Roll call vote – Sandham, yes; Kostka, yes; Gallopo, absent; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes.  Ordinance adopted.

 

REPORTS:

 

NO. 1 – ADMINISTRATOR:  Victor Canning, Township Administrator, reported they have a proposal from Boucher & James to do soil samples on the Marketplace property - $3,180.  Township Committee approved agreement.

 

Lake Valhalla members, myself, and PSE&G will meet on April 24 at the Valhalla Club to address some of the environmental concerns on the PSE&G expansion project.

 

Met with principals who would like to develop the Hilltop Care Center property.  They have been meeting with Meghan Hunscher.

 

We have been contacted by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture.  Some of our emerald ash trees that border our property off of Hilldale Road are being decimated by pests.  They asked permission to hang some pest traps.  Tom Mazzaccaro and I did not see any problem with it.  It is non-evasive according to the state.  I have notified the Board of Education as it is close to the Hilldale School.

 

I will be meeting with all of our unions in order to enhance our health care portfolio.

 

NO. 2 – ATTORNEY:  No report.

 

NO. 3 – TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE LIAISON:

 

Committeeman Sandham reported recreation is meeting tomorrow night.

 

Town of Pompton Lakes has done some desnagging of their river.  Would like the Administrator to look into that.

 

Committeeman Kostka – no report.

 

Committeewoman Nielson – Long-Term Financial Planning Committee met.  They are issuing a recommendation to have the sewer rate adjusted.  Would like to have this on the agenda of April 24.  I recommended to them to issue an executive summary in preparation of the meeting.  It is a reduction in the sewer rates. 

 

Township Committee agreed – get report as soon as possible and ask questions.  Have a few representatives from the LTFPC at the meeting.

 

Township Committee agreed – would like to discuss the surplus as well.  Put on May 8 meeting agenda.  Have a few LTFPC representatives at meeting.

 

Nielson asked are we still on target for a report from Matrix at the end of April?  Canning answered yes.

 

Nielson spoke about the Joan/David Drive project.  The paving has been recommended to be delayed because of poor soil conditions. When is that going to be done and what is the cost?

 

Nielson stated a couple of meetings ago we asked for an engineer’s report on the status of projects, completion dates, etc.  Our engineer is retiring and we need to know what is going to be completed, etc.

 

Nielson asked about a prospective proposal from a local IT firm.  There are no costs associated with it.  Canning stated he and Adam Brewer met with one interested company.  I will be putting a report together of where we need to go with the IT committee’s suggestions.

 

Chairman Braden stated he and Scott Gallopo had a subcommittee meeting with the Board of Education last week.  The roof at 86 River Road – they are still not interested in paying for the roof.  Resurfacing parking lot 86 River Road – they seem to be somewhat interested in using their maintenance escrow for their portion.  I will leave that to Mr. Canning to follow up with them.  We also talked a great deal about shared services.  We talked about creating a shared services committee that would be appointed each year to handle overlap in personnel and equipment.

 

INTRODUCTION OF 2012 MUNICIPAL BUDGET:

 

NO. 1 – RESOLUTION WAIVER OF READING IN FULL OF THE 2012 MUNICIPAL BUDGET: 

 

            WHEREAS, N.J.S. 40A:4-8 permits that the Budget as advertised may be read by its title providing that at least one week prior to the date of the hearing a complete copy of the approved budget shall

 

            a)         be posted in a public place where public notices are customarily posted and at the free public library, and

            b)         is made available to each person requesting the same during said week and during the public hearing, and

 

            WHEREAS, the Township of Montville has complied with the aforesaid requirements.

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Governing Body, the reading in full of the 2012 Budget be dispensed with.

 

Motion:  Sandham.  Second:  Nielson.  All in favor except Gallopo – absent.  Resolution adopted.

 

RESOLUTION INTRODUCING THE 2012 MUNICIPAL BUDGET:

 

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following statements of revenues and appropriations attached hereto constitute the local Budget of the Township of Montville, Morris County, New Jersey for the year 2012.

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the said budget be published in The Daily Record in the issue of April 16, 2012, and that a hearing on the Budget will be held at the Municipal Building on May 8, 2012 at 8:00 o’clock p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be reached.

 

2012 MUNICIPAL BUDGET

OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE

COUNTY OF MORRIS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revenue and Appropriation Summaries

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of Revenues

 

 

Anticipated

Final

 

 

 

 

2012

2011 Budget

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  Surplus

 

 

 

 $     1,436,000

 $       437,000

2.  Total Miscellaneous Revenues

 

 

7,369,036

8,559,836

3.  Receipts from Delinquent Taxes

 

 

1,300,000

1,400,000

4.   Local Tax for Municipal Purposes

 

 

      18,447,915

     18,021,131

 

 

 

 

 

 

                             Total General Revenues

 

 $   28,552,951

 $   28,417,967

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of Appropriations

 

 

Proposed

Final

 

 

 

 

2012 Budget

2011 Budget

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  Operating Expenses:

 

 

 

 

         Salaries and Wages

 

 

 $     8,979,618

 $    8,919,348

         Other Expenses

 

 

9,007,201

8,908,633

2.  Deferred Charges & Other Appropriations

 

2,272,731

2,355,371

3.  Capital Improvements

 

 

80,000

80,000

4.  Debt Service

 

 

 

5,813,401

5,779,615

5.  Reserve for Uncollected Taxes

 

 

        2,400,000

       2,375,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       Total General Appropriations

 

 $   28,552,951

 $   28,417,967

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Number of Employees (Full-Time)

 

 

96

106

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2012 Dedicated Water Utility Budget

Summary of Revenues

 

 

Anticipated

Final

 

 

 

 

2012

2011 Budget

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.  Total Miscellaneous Revenues

 

 

 $     2,484,051

 $    2,333,731

 

 

 

 

 

 

                             Total Revenues

 

 

 $     2,484,051

 $    2,333,731

2012 Dedicated Water Utility Budget

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of Appropriations

 

 

Proposed

Final

 

 

 

 

2012 Budget

2011 Budget

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  Operating Expenses: 

 

 

 

 

        Salaries and Wages

 

 

 $        420,592

 $       466,124

        Other Expenses

 

 

1,219,099

1,229,823

2.  Deferred Charges & Other Appropriations

 

74,728

94,075

3.  Capital Improvements

 

 

320,000

107,000

4.  Debt Service

 

 

 

          449,632

          436,709

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       Total Appropriations

 

 

 $     2,484,051

 $    2,333,731

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Total Number of Employees (Full-Time)

 

 

5

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

2012 Dedicated Sewer Utility Budget

Summary of Revenues

 

 

Anticipated

Final

 

 

 

 

2012

2011 Budget

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.  Total Miscellaneous Revenues

 

 

 $     3,883,660

 $    4,229,681

 

 

 

 

 

 

                             Total Revenues

 

 

 $     3,883,660

 $    4,229,681

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summary of Appropriations

 

 

Proposed

Final

 

 

 

 

2012 Budget

2011 Budget

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.  Operating Expenses: 

 

 

 

 

        Salaries and Wages

 

 

 $        272,053

 $       320,077

        Other Expenses

 

 

2,058,062

2,186,720

2.  Deferred Charges & Other Appropriations

 

60,096

71,250

3.  Capital Improvements

 

 

125,500

82,500

4.  Debt Service

 

 

 

        1,367,949

       1,569,134

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       Total Appropriations

 

 

 $     3,883,660

 $    4,229,681

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Number of Employees (Full-Time)

 

 

4

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Debt Information - Bonds, Notes and Loans

 

 

General

Water Utility

Sewer Utility

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interest on Bonds

 $         1,237,429

 $            136,883

 $        229,638

 

Principal on Bonds

4,295,000

290,000

960,000

 

Interest on Notes

22,500

7,749

35,721

 

Principal on Notes

 

15,000

31,000

 

Loan Repayments

258,472

 

111,590

 

Outstanding Balance-Dec. 31, 2011

34,688,273

4,069,000

10,660,723

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A hearing on the budget and tax resolution will be held at the Municipal Building, on May 8, 2012 at

8:00 o'clock PM at which time and place objections to the Budget and Tax Resolution for the year 2012

may be presented by taxpayers or other interested persons.

 

 

Copies of the budget are available in the office of the Township Clerk at the Municipal Building,

195 Changebridge Road, Montville, New Jersey, (973) 331-3304 during the hours of 8:30 a.m.

to 4:30 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motion:  Sandham.  Second:  Nielson.  Roll call vote – Sandham, yes; Kostka, yes; Gallopo, absent; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes.  Resolution adopted.

 

Sandham stated he would like to recognize and commend the staff for doing a good job and getting it down to 2.4%. 

 

Braden asked the average tax impact of this budget.  Canning stated after the revaluation the average assessed home is at $528,239.  $50 tax increase for the municipal portion. 

 

OLD BUSINESS:

NO. 1 – MAPLE AVENUE AREA TRAFFIC:  Rescheduled to 04/24/12 meeting.

 

NO. 2 – 86 RIVER ROAD PARKING LOT RESURFACING:  Braden asked if the committee has an opinion on where they want to go with this.  Nielson asked if there is a time of the essence on this?   Canning does not feel there is.  Nielson stated we initially talked about doing this in the fall.  In addition to this entire project, we have the animal shelter around the corner.  It might be appropriate to get an idea of how much it would be to resurface or overlay the area in front of that building.  Have discussion when Mr. Gallopo is here.

 

PUBLIC PORTION:

 

Tim Holmes, 15 Old Jacksonville Road, Towaco, spoke about the traffic flow for the businesses down Indian Lane East.  They use Old Jacksonville Road.  Braden stated there is truck traffic on that one lane road to get to the businesses.  The businesses are in Lincoln Park, but they have no access.  What can we do to limit truck traffic on this road.  Oostdyk stated you can have weight limitations.  Canning will look into options.

 

Jack Kilanowksi, 22 Sylvan Drive, Pine Brook, stated he would like to see these meetings televised.  Changebridge Road – commercial building construction piping.  Will it help out the drainage there?  Braden stated that is a commercial property improvement.

 

Canning stated there were drainage designs so hopefully it will be better than it was in the past.

 

Kilanowksi stated there is work being done on Changebridge Road by Route 80 for an auto body shop.  Will there be wrecked cars visible from the road?  Braden directed him to the Land Use Department to look at the plans.

 

Kilanowski stated Woodmont Road needs to be redone.  It needs curbing, improved drainage, and paving.  Braden stated we have a road resurfacing program.  You can check with the engineering department to see where Woodmont Road is on that. 

 

Hearing no further comments, Chairman Braden closed the public portion.  Motion:  Sandham.  Second:  Nielson.  All in favor except Gallopo – absent.  Motion approved.

 

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CONSENT AGENDA NO. 2012-CA8:  Motion:  Nielson.  Second:  Kostka.  Roll call vote – Sandham, yes; Kostka, yes; Nielson, yes; Gallopo, absent; Braden, yes.  Resolution adopted.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM A – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE RETURN OF CASH BOND 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:

 

LOCATION                  PURPOSE                  AMOUNT/DATE          RETURN TO

18 Glen Terrace          Driveway                     $2,000.    /    6-11        C. & A. Lignac

B. 9, L. 13                                                                                            18 Glen Terrace

                                                                                                            Montville

 

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

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM B – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PROCESSING OF CERTAIN TAX SALE CERTIFICATE REDEMPTIONS:

BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee of the Township of Montville, in the County of Morris and State of New Jersey, that the following tax sale certificate redemptions be processed by the department of Finance:

 

Block 73 Lot 4

36 Hillcrest Avenue

Premium Money                                                                                  $  6,300.00     

Lien Redemption Certificate #11-00008                                             $16,540.10

Total Payment                                                                                     $22,840.10

To:       US Bank Cust/Pro Capital I, LLC

 

Block 40 Lot 33.2

670 Route 202

Premium Money                                                                                  $17,100.00     

Lien Redemption Certificate #07-00003                                             $81,819.82

Total Payment                                                                                     $98,919.82

To:       Robert U Del Vecchio

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM C – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF A SOLICITING/PEDDLING PERMIT FOR THE YEAR 2012:

 

WHEREAS, Revised General Ordinance Chapter 281 requires the issuance of a license by the Township of Montville for canvassing, soliciting, or peddling; and

           

WHEREAS, Sedat Yildiz, t/a Mr. Sam’s Ice Cream, has filed an application and all necessary fees for a soliciting/peddling license for the year 2012; and

           

WHEREAS, the application conforms to the requirements of the Township Ordinance and the Police Department has approved the application;

 

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 a soliciting/peddling license for the year 2012 be issued to:

 

Sedat Yildiz, t/a Mr. Sam’s Ice Cream

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM D – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF A SOLICITING/PEDDLING PERMIT FOR THE YEAR 2012:

 

WHEREAS, Revised General Ordinance Chapter 281 requires the issuance of a license by the Township of Montville for canvassing, soliciting, or peddling; and

           

WHEREAS, Fouad Kojakali, t/a Billy’s Ice Cream, has filed an application and all necessary fees for a soliciting/peddling license for the year 2012; and

           

WHEREAS, the application conforms to the requirements of the Township Ordinance and the Police Department has approved the application;

 

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 a soliciting/peddling license for the year 2012 be issued to:

 

Fouad Kojakali, t/a Billy’s Ice Cream

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM E – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION CONCERNING OBSTACLE CONSTRUCTION:

 

WHEREAS, the Federal Aviation Administration has requested that the Township enter into a Memorandum of Understanding which establishes procedures for notifying the FAA when a proponent seeks town approval to construct any obstacle that exceeds the height of vegetation growth, for example, a cell tower, within the described geographical areas within the Township of Montville; and

            WHEREAS, the Township of Montville wishes to cooperate with the Federal Aviation Administration.

            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 the appropriate municipal officials are hereby authorized to execute a Memorandum of Understanding between the Federal Aviation Administration and the Township of Montville in the form attached hereto.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM F – RESOLUTION ENDORSING THE FOURTH OF JULY COMMITTEE AND APPROVING OF FOURTH OF JULY EVENTS FROM 06/28/12 TO 06/30/12:

 

WHEREAS, there exists a Montville Township Fourth of July Committee; and

            WHEREAS, the Township Committee endorses the Fourth of July Committee; and

            WHEREAS, the Township Committee has been requested to approve of Fourth of July events from June 28 to June 30, 2012; and

            WHEREAS, the Township Committee desires to authorize the Fourth of July events.

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee of the Township of Montville, County of Morris and State of New Jersey, that the Township Committee hereby authorizes the Fourth of July events to be held between June 28, 2012 and June 30, 2012 on Township property.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM G – RESOLUTION CALLING FOR THE RESTORATION OF ENERGY TAXES TO MUNICIPALITIES:

 

WHEREAS, taxes on gas and electric utilities were originally collected by the host municipalities to be used for local purposes and to compensate the public for the use of their rights of way; and

WHEREAS, when the State made itself the collection agent for these taxes, it promised to dedicate the proceeds to municipal property tax relief; since, just as municipalities collect property taxes for the benefit of school districts, counties and other entities; the State is supposed to collect Energy Taxes for the benefit of municipal governments; and

 

WHEREAS, for years, though, State budget makers have diverted funding from Energy Taxes to fund State programs; and instead of being spent on local programs and services and used to offset property taxes, the money has been spent as successive Legislatures and Administrations have seen fit; and

 

WHEREAS, while the State may need to have the right to over-ride the statutory dedication of these revenues to local governments, in order to deal with emergencies and crises that may occur; current State policy makers should not exercise that right automatically; and

 

WHEREAS, while that right should be the exception, it has become the rule; and

 

WHEREAS, by using tactics such as reducing CMPTRA, which is also comprised of revenues that should be returned to municipalities, State Budget makers have been able to continue collecting Energy Taxes, while keeping additional revenue that should have been returned to provide property tax relief; and

 

WHEREAS, from $72 million in State Fiscal Year 2005, to $505 million in State Fiscal Year 2011, the State’s diversion of Energy Taxes has continued to grow; and

 

WHEREAS, in 2008, 2009 and 2010 (SFY 2009, 2010 and 2011), funding for municipal revenue replacement was slashed by about $26 million in 2008 and $32 million in 2009, followed by losses of about $271 million in 2010; and

 

WHEREAS, the cumulative impact of years of underfunding has left many municipalities with serious needs and burdensome property taxes; and

 

WHEREAS, local elected officials are in the best position to decide the best use for these resources, which were always intended to fund local programs and services;

 

NOW THEFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Governing Body of the Township of Montville, that we join with the League of Municipalities in calling for the immediate restoration of funding diverted from Energy Taxes intended for local use; and

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that we, respectfully, call on State policy makers to end the diversion of our municipal resources to cover State spending and to provide us with this important tool to relieve the worst-in-the-nation property tax burden borne, for too long, by the people of New Jersey; and

 

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that copies of this Resolution be forwarded to the Governor of the State of New Jersey, our State Legislators and the League of Municipalities.

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEM H – RESOLUTION PROCLAIMING THAT APRIL 2012 IS ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH IN THE TOWNSHIP OF MONTVILLE.

 

RESOLUTIONS:

 

NO. 1 – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH ARCHER & GREINER, PC:  Legal services Lotta Lettuce litigation.  Not to exceed $30,000.00.

Motion:  Sandham.  Second:  Kostka.  Roll call vote – Sandham, yes; Kostka, yes; Gallopo, absent; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes.  Resolution adopted.

 

NO. 2 – RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE LISTING OF BILLS AND SIGNING OF CHECKS:  Motion:  Nielson.  Second:  Kostka.  Discussion:  Canning stated the Tilcon payment – we had four loads of the QP – some was used for repairs on Manchester and some will be in the yard for future repairs.  Roll call vote – Sandham, yes except for abstain on Lakeland Bank escrow refund; Kostka, yes; Gallopo, absent; Nielson, yes; Braden, yes;  Resolution adopted.

 

Meeting adjourned at 8:50 p.m.  Motion:  Sandham.  Second:  Nielson.  All in favor except Gallopo - absent.  Motion approved.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

                                                           

Gertrude H. Atkinson, Township Clerk

 

 

 

Approved November 13, 2012

Montville Township Committee

 

 

                                               

Tim Braden, Mayor

 

 

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