Board of Adjustment Minutes 4-7-10 Print E-mail



MINUTES OF April 7, 2010

Montville Municipal Building, 195 Changebridge Road

8:00PM Regular Meeting


Stated for the record.


Richard Moore – Present                                   Thomas Buraszeski – Present

Donald Kanoff – Present                                   James Marinello – Present

Deane Driscoll – Present                                    Carl DiPiazza (Alt #1) – Present

Maury Cartine– Present                                     Kenneth Shirkey (Alt #2) – Present

Gerard Hug – Present

Also Present:        Joseph Burgis, Planner

                                Stan Omland, Engineer

                                Bruce Ackerman, Esq.


Stated for the record

Adoption of Professional Services Agreement for Stanley Omland, PE; Omland Engineering

Motion made by: Buraszeski; Second by: Driscoll; Roll call: unanimous

Mr. Marinello stated that he appreciated the dedicated service of Mr. Huelsebusch and Mr. Denzler over the years. Mr. Marinello then welcomed Mr. Omland to the Board.

Swearing in of Professionals

The following application was carried with notice preserved to 6/2/10:

 ZSPP/FCD25-06-05-09 Lake Valhalla Club – Vista Rd. – B: 11, L: 29 - preliminary/final site

plan/Use & Bulk relief and design waivers for lighting for volleyball area – carried w/notice from 11/4/09 – Eligible: Buraszeski, Driscoll, Cartine, Hug, Kanoff, Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Marinello                                                                                                         ACT BY: 6/2/10

The following application was carried with notice preserved to 5/5/10:

ZC16-09 Van Duyne Properties –17 Van Duyne Ct. – B: 82.12, L: 36 – rear setback 40’ where 75’ required (47.1’ existing); side yard setback 18.4’ where 27’ required; building stories for addition to single family home – carried w/notice from 11/4/09& 2/3/10 – Eligible: Buraszeski, Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Marinello                                                                                                                                                   ACT BY 5/11/10




ZC25-08 Caggiano, Lou Carl – Hog Mountain Rd. – B: 33, L: 32 – variance for construction of a

single family home on an unimproved road  – Notice acceptable                ACT BY: 4/8/10

Present on behalf of the applicant:  Steven Schepis, Esq.; Lou Carl Caggiano, applicant, Frank Matarazzo, PE

Mr. Schepis – The applicant is requesting a variance to construct a house that does not front on an approved or improved road. 

Mr. Matarazzo, PE - sworn

                A1 – colorized version of grading plan sheet 2 of 5

Mr. Matarazzo – Reviewed the location of the property for the Board.  The lot is accessed by Hog Mountain Road off Taylortown Road.  The property does not have frontage on Taylortown Road.  There is a pond on the property.  There is a dam on the property.  Property is located in the R-80 zone.  There is a 25’ wide water main easement running along property owned by Boonton Water Company.  Hog Mountain Road is paved up to 150’ short of the property, remaining is dirt road which we propose to pave as a driveway.  Propose to wrap the driveway around the dam wall up to the house.  There currently exists only a foundation on the property.  Propose a septic system and to be serviced by public water from Taylortown Road through Montville Township.  Propose a fire suppression line that will tap into the existing line on Taylortown Rd.  Inside the house will have to be sprinkled. 

                A2 – certification by Mr. Matarazzo on how the lot came to be

Mr. Matarazzo – Reviewed the deeds as far back as possible on the property.  Found a deed from 1950 on this property which recites the property as it is today.  This lot existed at least 2 years before the original ordinances of Montville Township.  The fire department has reviewed and approved the application as well as the traffic safety officer and the Water and Sewer department.  Propose a drywell northeast of the proposed house.  Propose an underground detention system.  The system is designed so that there will be a slight decrease in stormwater runoff from the existing conditions. 

Mr. Schepis – The Town of Boonton request plans to be revised to include signs existing on property and request emergency access to the property.  I forwarded a draft easement to the Town of Boonton for that access.

                A3 – draft easement for access from Town of Boonton

Mr. Marinello – Since we will not conclude tonight we will get our questions out for you to answer at the next hearing.

Mr. Burgis – We did not prepare a written review since Mr. Denzler did a report where a variance is requested for lot frontage on approved road.  Mr. Schepis – The lot predates the ordinance so believe that variance is not required though it was noticed for.  Mr. Omland – My concerns are outlined in my memo of today’s’ date.  Do you anticipate blasting?  Mr. Matarazzo – No.  Mr. Omland – Applicant must protect the water main if blasting is required.  Mr. Schepis – The applicant consents to comply with blasting policy.  Mr. Omland – Was the proposed easement reviewed by the Town of Boonton Water Department?  Mr. Schepis – I do not think they had the opportunity yet, it was drawn up and submitted today.  Mr. Omland – The concern is with the underground detention system that may affect the dam’s core.  The dam safety study done by CMX needs to be submitted along with approvals from DEP.  Have you received any approvals from DEP?    Mr. Matarazzo – Wetlands permits were applied for but not received yet. 

Mr. Omland – Is the existing driveway completely in the easement?  Mr. Matarazzo – Our property line runs down the middle of the dirt road.  Mr. Omland – Address all items outlined in my memo before the next hearing. 

Open to public

Landie Simone, 101B Taylortown Rd. – sworn

Concerned that the portion of Hog Mountain before this site is only 12’ wide and wonder if emergency vehicles will be able to access the site.  There is a lack of dam safety studies in the file.  The area floods periodically, concerned with flooding to my aviary where I raise bees near the pond.  Concerned with tree removal and community mail boxes that would be in the way of where they are to widen the right of way.  I did not see details of the proposed improvements to the road.  Did the HPRC review this application? 

Dr. Kanoff – Is the driveway located on someone else’s property since it is shown outside property line?

Baroue Kadda - 99 Taylortown Rd. - sworn

Concerned if there are improvements to the dam would it affect our properties downstream.

Mr. Marinello asked Mr. Burgis to submit background on the intent and purpose of the ordinance that restrict building single family homes without frontage or without a yard on an improved yard as it relates to the masterplan for this property  Do you have any background on whether it is a buildable lot since it was here before the ordinances came into effect.  Requested report from HPRC. Mr. Ackerman – Requested proofs that the right of way existed prior to the ordinance since not noted in the early deeds.  Mr. Buraszeski – Will the owners of lot 28 have to grant consent in order for the applicant to install the improvements that the fire department requested.  Mr. Driscoll – How can access occur to the lot without crossing the yellow line?

Carried with notice to 6/2/10 with an extension of time to act to 6/3/10

ZSPP/FD33-09 Nextel of New York - B: 1, L: 29 – 78 Boonton Ave. – Preliminary/ Final Site Plan/D Variance filing co-location on existing tower – Notice acceptable  ACT BY: 5/18/10

Present on behalf of the applicant:  Richard Schneider, Esq.; Rosario Conelli, RF Engineer; Mark Nidle, FCC compliance expert,   Joseph Sullivan, PE; William Masters, PP

A transcription company was in attendance for this application. 

Mr. Schneider – The applicant is requesting to co-locate on an existing tower which was previously approved with 3 other co-locators on the property.  This is the 4th carrier proposed.  7’x11’ equipment shelter proposed.  The original resolution had a condition that 4 carriers co-locate on this tower so no new towers would need to be constructed.  D variances required. 

Rosario Conelli, RF Engineer – sworn

                Exhibit marked in

                                A1 – map with overlays indicating gaps in coverage

Mr. Conelli – Reviewed A-1 for the board.  He reviewed other locations of existing Nextel sites within Montville and surrounding areas.  Nextel has FCC licensing.  There is a large gap in service along Boonton Avenue.  Locating on this existing tower will provide reliable coverage for this area.  Propose height is 112’ on the existing tower.  

Mark Nidle, FCC compliance expert - sworn

Reviewed his report of FCC compliance previously submitted to the Board.  It is a cumulative analysis of all locators on site.    .4147 is the level from this site which is 250 times below FCC requirement. 

Joseph Sullivan, PE – sworn

Reviewed the site plan that was previously submitted to the board.  Reviewed all previous approvals on site for the board.  The compound is situated to the rear of the property which is in excess of 23 acres.  Existing monopole is 145’ in height to the highest branches and will locate the antennae at 112’.  AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile were previously approved on this site.  12 antennas proposed.  Compound was designed to accommodate 4 equipment shelters.  No generator.  One 42 watt motion censored light on cabinet for safety.  Site visited once every 4-6 weeks. 

William. Masters, PP -sworn

I was the planner on the original approval on this site.  Property is located in the I-2 zone.  One antenna array on the pole currently, two others approved and condition of resolution indicates that 4 carriers to be on pole.  Requesting Use variance for Use not permitted in the zone,  height variance and a variance for multiple principal uses on one site.  Suitable site for the proposed use.  Existing structure co-location, not a new structure.  Non-residential zone.  Large lot.  4th carrier on existing monopole.  Existing developed lot.  Previously approved for this use for three other carriers.  This use serves the general welfare of the public.  Insignificant visual impact. 

                A2 – photo simulation board of tower from several views

Mr. Masters – Reviewed A-2 for the board.  Visual impact is aesthetically inconsequential.  Not detrimental to public good.  Benefits outweigh detriments.  Height of existing structure is not being extended past what has been approved initially.  Previous approvals have been granted on this site for multiple principal buildings on one lot.  Equipment compound not be extended past what was approved originally.  The recent rezoning approval for certain lots in the area to residential is not affected by this proposal.  The setback to the subdivision is a 150’ reduction to the closest point of the equipment compound from what was previously approved. 

Open to public – none

Mr. Marinello – This is an existing pole but will look less like a tree with added antenna.  If the main use of the property was different would it affect your opinion of the propriety of the application?  Mr. Burgis – No.  Mr. Shirkey – Why are the antenna horizontal instead of vertical?  Mr. Conelli - They are vertical like the other antennas.

Mr. Ackerman – Did you do drive-by testing for gap in coverage?  Mr. Conelli – Yes.  Mr. Ackerman – Have you looked at other sites in the area?  Mr. Conelli – There are no other sites in the area?  Mr. Ackerman – Will another site be required in the future?  Mr. Conelli – This site will complete coverage in Montville Township.

Closed to public

Motion to approve the application, co-locating on existing pole at a lower height, no public opposition; positives outweigh negatives, antenna to match color of existing antennas made by: Dr. Kanoff; Second by: Driscoll; Roll call: Yes – Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, Buraszeski; Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Marinello

ZC02-10 –Fiorenzi, Chris – B: 59.02, L: 8 – 7 Old Farm Ct. – accessory structure setback/ principal setback to natural gas easement variances associated with as-built- non-conformities as required for the final CO for the in-ground pool recently constructed – Notice acceptable                                                                                                                                                               ACT BY: 6/29/10

Present on behalf of the applicant:  Chris Fiorenzi, applicant; Steven Schepis, Esq.

Mr. Schepis – Initially there were a number of variances requested, we have reduced the variances to accessory structure setback.  Propose to reduce deck and walkways considerably.  There is a gas easement located next to the property so variance requested for same even though the house was constructed within that setback which is a pre-existing condition.

Mr. Burgis – There is a provision in the ordinance that says pools are not calculated in accessory structure coverage and they meet that requirement

Chris Fiorenzi, applicant – sworn

                A1 – colorized version of site plan.

                A2 – series of photos of the property

Mr. Fiorenzi – The cabana was built after the pool was constructed and I did not follow the plan exactly.  Thought it was more aesthetic the way it was constructed.  Was not aware that there was a 20’ requirement for rear setback where it was constructed at 18.7’.  Reviewed photos for the board.  The cabana is open on one side and closed on the other three.  Have water and bathroom in cabana.  Door in back 3’x5’ area for pool equipment.  Mr. Schepis – The nature of the deviation from the ordinance in only a little over 1’.  Location more aesthetically pleasing, applicant was unaware of the setback requirement.  Safer location since further away from pool.  Further away from street and house to allow for more light, air and open space.  No negative impact on neighboring properties.  There is a wall of green to the rear of the property buffering the neighboring properties.  He brought the plan into compliance with building and impervious coverage. 

Mr. Burgis – There are more than 40’ between adjoining accessory structures, there is extensive landscaping to the rear of the property.  Meets overall intent of the ordinance.

Open to public – none – closed

Mr. Cartine – Was there any other location on the property that this could be placed without requiring a variance?  Mr. Burgis – Yes.   Mr. Cartine – Is there a hardship to the property?  Mr. Burgis – No.  Dr. Kanoff – Does not agree with building and then coming in for approvals.  Mr. Hug – What is the structure attached to the cabana to the left?  Mr. Fiorenzi – A 2’x4’ enclosed shower.  Mr. Hug – Where does it drain?  Mr. Fiorenzi – To the house.    Mr. DiPiazza – When was the pool built?  Mr. Fiorenzi – 2005.  Mr. DiPiazza – And the cabana?  Mr. Fiorenzi – 2005, I got a letter stating that I never received a CO and was required to submit an as built drawing to find I was in variance.  Mr. Shirkey – When were the photos taken?  Mr. Fiorenzi – A couple of weeks ago.  Mr. Shirkey – You would not have been here if you had a permit for the cabana in this location.  Mr. Shirkey – Would you agree to a condition to maintain the landscaping buffer to the rear?  Mr. Fiorenzi – Yes.

Mr. Cartine – Do not see a hardship to the property or any C2 proofs.  Mr. Buraszeski – He is creating an improvement to the property due to reduction in deck and impervious coverage which exists over the allowable.   Mr. Shirkey – I do not believe he has a building permit for this structure in the first place. 

Motion to approve, de minimus setback, reducing existing variances on site, benefit by making building an impervious coverage fully compliant made by: Mr. Buraszeski; Second by: Driscoll; Roll call: Yes –

Driscoll, Kanoff, Buraszeski; Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Marinello; No – Cartine & Hug,

ZC35-09 –Como III, Daniel – B: 116, L: 33 – 12 Cedar Rd. – front yard setback of 30.67’ where 60’ is required for new home – Notice Acceptable                            ACT BY: 6/29/10

Present on behalf of the applicant:  Steven Schepis, Esq, Joseph Mianecki, PP, PE, Daniel Como III, applicant

Mr. Schepis – The property is located in the R-20A zone, exists undersized.  Propose single family dwelling which meets all requirements except front setback due to a right of way being involved which expands the front setback requirement.  There is currently no intended road improvements on Cedar Road proposed. 

Joseph Mianecki, PP, PE – sworn

Reviewed the property for the Board.  Propose 3,100 s.f. single family dwelling.  Front setback of 30.67’ proposed where 60’ required to the centerline of the right of way.  The building will be located 45’ to the front property line. 

                A1 – colorized variance plan

                A2 – colorized GIS map

Mr. Mianecki –The house size is in conformance with neighboring houses.  There used to be a home on the property which was removed in 2007.  The area where the house was has been graded off and seeded.  The lot is pretty well devoid of trees.  Described location of houses in the surrounding area.  Undersized lot on 20’ wide right of way.  Keeping house in line with other houses on the street.  If moved back it would violate the rear yard setback.  No detriment to zone plan or zoning ordinance.  Minimal tree removed, lot is clear and graded.  Propose 2 drywells, did test pits, found depth of rock at 3’-4’ so drywells not good for this lot.  Can do above ground system to be reviewed and approved by the board engineer.  Will meet 0% net runoff requirements.  Located in CWR zone, but during test pits, no water found at 4’ down.

Mr. Burgis – Need for fencing on top of retaining wall?  Mr. Mianecki – In lieu of fencing propose a 3’ wide mulch strip with plantings.  Retaining walls go from 6’ at rear of house to 2’.  Propose barberry which is a thorny plant for top of walls.  Not located near a pedestrian area.  Mr. Burgis – If he had to push house back, the house depth would have to be reduced to about 22’.  Mr. Omland – Are there other solutions other than drywells, such as chambers to get water back into the groundwater.  Mr. Mianecki – Tried to do more of a rain garden.  Mr. Omland – Rain garden to be reviewed by the township engineer for approval.  Mr. Mianecki – Request not to install the 150’ turnaround since driveway is essentially a dead end street, will comply with remaining items in the engineers’ report.  Mr. Omland – Insufficient information on stormwater management as to whether it will comply.  Mr. Omland – Have no problem with the 150’ turnaround exception requested. 

Open to public

Darren Beyer, 10 Cedar Rd. – sworn

Concerned with water problems.  What is wall to be made of?  Mr. Mianecki – Modular block, like keystone.

Mr. Marinello – Does the Board have enough information on this application to consider a vote?  Mr. Cartine – Undersized lot, dead end street, in keeping with the neighborhood but I don’t like water issues.  The only people that can make the water issue work are their experts and our experts so condition it in the resolution.  Mr. Shirkey – Can you tier the wall to the rear and to the right to make it less than 6’.  Mr. Mianecki – Yes.  Mr. Schepis – We can plant evergreens to screen it from the neighboring property to 

buffer the wall.  Mr. Cartine – What happens if the deer eat the bushes or they die?  Mr. Ackerman – We cannot request performance bonding since not a commercial application.  Mr. Marinello – Can ask for a 1 year bond for guarantee that installed and kept alive. 

Motion to approve subject to 6’ wall to left of property to be topped with thorn vegetation subject to approval of engineer and tier of the wall to the right side , no more than 4’ in height not meaning to comply with distance between walls, drainage plan to be approved by the engineer that will create 0% net runoff, landscaping, 1 year bond for wall planting, no requirement for 150’ turnaround, property constrained by right of way, staking/structural put in bushes that are camouflaged made by: Cartine; Second by: Kanoff;

Roll call: Yes – Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, Buraszeski; Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Marinello

ZSPP/FD17-09-6-10 – MetroPCS – 331 Changebridge Rd. – B: 160.2, L: 23 –amended site plan for relief from condition of resolution for installation of sidewalk – Notice Acceptable

                                                                                                                                ACT BY: 7/3/10

Present on behalf of the applicant:  Joseph O’Neill, Esq.; Gary Musciano, AIA

Mr. O’Neill – Requesting to amend a condition of approval to install sidewalks for a cellular installation on an existing water tank previously approved.   Installation of sidewalks would be very expensive and very difficult.

Gary Musciano, AIA – sworn

                A1 – topographic survey of area along Changebridge Rd

Mr. Musciano – Metro PCS had approvals for installation of antennas on this site and was required to install sidewalks along frontage of Changebridge Rd.   The frontage is about 652’ long and the grade drops off substantially toward the building.  There are driveways that would have to be crossed.  The installation would be about $60,000.  Large amounts of fill would be required.  Would have to raise a fire hydrant, water valve, manhole, utility lines, etc.  Ask the board to reconsider the condition of installation of sidewalks. 

                A2 – aerial photo of Changebridge road between Rt. 46 and Stiles Lane

Mr. Musciano – There is not a lot of sidewalks existing along Changebridge Road.  There are no shops in the immediate area to walk to and there is no bus service along Changebridge.  It is not a residential neighborhood; it is large buildings set far apart. 

Ronald Reinerdson, PP – sworn

Mr. O’Neill – Mr. Reinerdson was retained today.  Mr. Reinerdson – Installation of sidewalks are not practical for this site.  There is a sidewalk close to the building existing.  The original site plan from this site was from the early 1960’s and it did not require sidewalks along the road frontage.  This application is not related to the entire site. 

Mr. Burgis – Sidewalk construction is requested in the master plan.   Currently proposing a new master plan and will be asking for a sidewalk trust fund.  In their application the installation of the sidewalk was $30,000 and tonight they indicate it is $60,000.  Is there another reason other than the applicant does not want to build it?  Mr. Reinerdson – We have a mature site plan here, the sidewalk fund is not on the books yet.  The sidewalks do not give proper aesthetics to the area.  Metro PCS only leases 150 s.f. of the site.  Mr. Burgis – Would suggest the engineer and myself go out on site and determine if a sidewalk should be put on site or not.  I believe something can be provided.  Mr. Omland – This is your chance to get sidewalk on the property. It is part of the master plan. 

Open to public – none

Mr. Cartine – I don’t think anything changed from our original approval.  Mr. Hug – I don’t think levying against Metro PCS is fair, think the owner should be required to install if they want Metro PCS as a tenant.  Mr. Moore – Agreed with Mr. Hug.  Mr. Cartine – It should be between the landlord and the tenant as to how the sidewalks are installed.  Mr. Marinello – If there is going to be a major problem with grading and moving of hydrants, utilities, etc. then it does not outweigh the burden.  Mr. Ackerman – It goes towards degree of the 2 uses on the property, not just the single user.  Mr. DiPiazza – We have a master plan that should not be ignored.  Mr. Shirkey – Not an unreasonable request, can be worked out between owner and tenant. 

Mr. O’Neill – Would like to remind the board that the applicant is going to be located 150’ away from the required sidewalks.  In 1997 you approved the original application.  In 2001 there was an additional co-location that was not required to put in sidewalks and the sidewalk plan was in effect at that time.  It is remote to require sidewalks to this applicant who has no right under his lease to do this.  Conditions are supposed to be related to the applications before you.  If the property owner was making changes to the property as a whole it would be understandable but his is a minor portion of the site. 

Closed to public

Motion to deny the request for removal of the condition of the resolution for installation of sidewalks, consistent with master plan, safety issues and not unduly burdensome to the property as used overall made by: Kanoff; Second by: Buraszeski; Roll call: Yes – Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Buraszeski; DiPiazza, Shirkey, No – Marinello, Hug, Moore


Minutes of March 18, 2010 Eligible: Buraszeski, Cartine, Driscoll, Hug, Kanoff, Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey

Motion to adopt made by: Buraszeski, Second by: Driscoll. Roll call: Unanimous


William Denzler & Assoc. – Trust for: $93.75, $187.50, $156.25, $93.75, $375

Omland Engineering – Trust for: $641.25

Bricker & Associates – Trust for: $187.50

Motion to approve made by: Dr. Kanoff, Second by: Mr. Hug, Roll call: Unanimous


ZC20-09 Iulo, Marie –40 Brittany Rd. – B: 139.04, L: 12 – variance for building coverage/ impervious coverage – Approved – Eligible: Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Buraszeski                                                        

Motion to adopt made by: Buraszeski; Second by: Moore; Roll call: Yes – Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Buraszeski

ZC25-09 Failla, Vincent – 4 Berlin Ln. – B: 100.1, L: 8 – variance rear setback for deck 23.8’ vs 50’ – Denied – Eligible: Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Buraszeski

Motion to adopt made by: Kanoff; Second by: Driscoll; Roll call: Yes – Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Buraszeski

ZEXT27-05 DAB Associates – 43 Bellows Ln – B: 41, L: 15 – request for extension of approvals to March 6, 2011 – Granted – Eligible: Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Buraszeski

Motion to adopt made by: Buraszeski; Second by: Moore; Roll call: Yes – Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Buraszeski

Mr. Marinello – Mr. Lewis from the Planning Board is in attendance tonight.  Mr. Marinello asked Mr. Daughtry why high school students no longer attend meetings.  Mr. Lewis will look into it but they do come to the planning board. 

Mr. Daughtry – We need to have one source showing where all the carriers, heights, locations and where  cell towers are existing in the township. 


Planning Board Liaison comments

Mr. Driscoll – The Board did not meet.


ZC9-09 Gallagher, James – 6 Stiles Ln. – B: 145, L: 38 –dismissal

Motion to dismiss the application made by : Buraszeski ; Second by: Hug; Roll call: Yes - Cartine, Driscoll, Kanoff, Hug, Moore, DiPiazza, Shirkey, Buraszeski, Marinello



Continued discussion of possible Board conflicts and potential need for Planning Board members to participate in hearing(s). – Not Discussed

Motion to go into closed session to discuss personnel issues made by: Buraszeski; Second by: Kanoff; Roll call: Unanimous

Upon return from closed session and there being no further business the board unanimously adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,

Jane Grogaard

Recording Secretary

Certified true copy of minutes adopted at Zoning Board meeting of May 5, 2010.


Linda M. White, Sec.

Certified to 11/4/09 hearing

Certified to 11/4/09 hearing

Must certify to 2/3/10

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