Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Regular Council Meeting Minutes 07/15/10

Minutes of the Conference Meeting of the Borough Council held July 15, 2010, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Borough Hall, 531 Speedwell Avenue, Morris Plains, New Jersey.

Mayor Druetzler called the meeting to order and read the following notice:

I HEREBY ANNOUNCE AND STATE THAT ADEQUATE NOTICE OF THIS MEETING WAS PROVIDED BY VIRTUE OF A RESOLUTION SCHEDULING THE TIME, DATE, AND PLACE OF MEETINGS OF THE BOROUGH COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS FOR THE YEAR 2010; WHICH RESOLUTION WAS ADOPTED BY THE BOROUGH COUNCIL ON JANUARY 8TH 2010, AND WAS PUBLISHED IN THE MORRIS NEWSBEE AND IN THE DAILY RECORD AND BY THE FORWARDING OF SUCH RESOLUTION TO ALL PERSONS ON THE REQUEST LIST; BY THE POSTING OF SUCH RESOLUTION ON THE BULLETIN BOARD IN THE BOROUGH HALL; ALL OF THE ABOVE ACTIONS BEING IN ACCORDANCE WITH N.J.S.A. 10:4-6, ET SEQ.

 

Present on Roll Call: Mayor Frank J. Druetzler

Council President Jason C. Karr

Councilmembers: Joseph Cecala, Jr.

George J. Coogan

Laurie J. Fu

Suzanne B. McCluskey

Roman Zabihach

 

Also Present: Gail Fraser, Borough Attorney

 

 

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DISCUSSION ITEMS

 

Mayor Druetzler discussed mailing the next quarterly issue of Plains Talk to the residents and Councilmembers supported the recommendation.

 

Mayor and Council discussed an ordinance amending parking restrictions on certain streets in the R3 zone in order to conform to other ordinances. Councilmember Fu was concerned that all of the streets were not being treated fairly, and Attorney Fraser advised that it related to preventing large commercial vehicles; it permits residences without garages and/or driveways to park in the street. Attorney Fraser added that if other streets are identified, they can be added to the exception. Councilmember Cecala stated that he is against the ordinance and expressed that it is going against the blue collar, hard working people. Mayor Druetzler said that commercial vehicles need to be garaged, but Councilmember Cecala’s concern is an issue that would need to be addressed in a zoning ordinance.

 

Councilmember Zabihach stated that he has met with the zoning officer to address concerns expressed at last month’s Council Meeting. They are in the process of eliminating some of the problems that were brought to Council’s attention.

 

Mayor Druetzler stated that a meeting is scheduled for next Wednesday, July 21st 2010 in Hanover Township to discuss shared services.

 

Councilmember Fu questioned the Health Officer’s role in enforcement of the ordinance relating to the size of house numbers. Attorney Fraser stated that any Borough official has the authority to enforce this ordinance.

 

Councilmember Cecala questioned an item on the Consent Calendar relative to allowing alcoholic beverages at Community Park events that were once prohibited from serving alcohol. Councilmember Fu agreed, however, added that drinking is permitted at block parties which are essentially family events.

 

Councilmember Cecala added that we now have a sign at the corner Route 53 and Route 202 due to concerns relative to children crossing.

 

Councilmember Karr advised that copies of the revised Personnel Policies and Procedures were distributed to Council and hopes to have comments by the next meeting. Attorney Fraser stated that the changes will be adopted by resolution and an ordinance will only be prepared if changes to the codification need to be made.

 

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EXECUTIVE SESSION

Moved by Councilmember Coogan:

 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT Resolution No. 2010-75 entitled, "Executive Session" be adopted.

 

Seconded by Councilmember Zabihach. So ordered.

 

Councilmember Cecala moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:30 p.m.

 

Seconded by Councilmember Zabihach. So moved.

 

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Frank J. Druetzler, Mayor

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Noreen Morris, Deputy Clerk

Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Borough Council held on July 15, 2010, at 8:38 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Borough Hall, 531 Speedwell Avenue, Morris Plains, New Jersey.

 

Pledge of Allegiance and Prayer.

 

Mayor Druetzler called the meeting to order and read the following notice:

I HEREBY ANNOUNCE AND STATE THAT ADEQUATE NOTICE OF THIS MEETING WAS PROVIDED BY VIRTUE OF A RESOLUTION SCHEDULING THE TIME, DATE, AND PLACE OF MEETINGS OF THE BOROUGH COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS FOR THE YEAR 2010; WHICH RESOLUTION WAS ADOPTED BY THE BOROUGH COUNCIL ON JANUARY 8TH 2010, AND WAS PUBLISHED IN THE MORRIS NEWSBEE AND IN THE DAILY RECORD AND BY THE FORWARDING OF SUCH RESOLUTION TO ALL PERSONS ON THE REQUEST LIST; BY THE POSTING OF SUCH RESOLUTION ON THE BULLETIN BOARD IN THE BOROUGH HALL; ALL OF THE ABOVE ACTIONS BEING IN ACCORDANCE WITH N.J.S.A. 10:4-6, ET SEQ.

 

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Present on Roll Call: Mayor Frank J. Druetzler

Council President Jason C. Karr

Councilmembers: Joseph Cecala, Jr.

George J. Coogan

Laurie J. Fu

Suzanne B. McCluskey

Roman Zabihach

 

 

Also Present: Gail Fraser, Borough Attorney

Leon C. Hall, Borough Engineer

 

 

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APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR

 

Councilmember Karr moved:

 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Morris Plains, that the attached reports be accepted and that said reports be kept on file in the Clerk’s Office:

 

REPORTS

Borough Clerk, June 2010

Dog & Cat, June 2010

Treasurer, May 2010

Fire Prevention, May and June 2010

Police Department, June 2010

Building Inspector

Tax Collector, June 2010

Building, June 2010

Engineer Quarterly Report

Attorney Quarterly Report

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED

 

THAT Resolution No. 2010-76 entitled, "RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING 2010-2011 CONTROLLED DEER CULLING PROGRAM," be adopted as attached.

 

THAT Resolution No. 2010-77 entitled, "P.L. 1994 CHAPTER 72, STATE OF NEW JERSEY," be adopted as attached.

 

THAT the A.B.C. License Application Resolution No. 2010-78 entitled "SAJ II LLC, State License No. 1423-33-005-006 for the 2010/2011 year," be adopted as attached.

 

THAT Resolution No. 2010-79 entitled, "TRUSTWORTHY TAXI & LIMO, LIMOUSINE OWNER LICENSE NO. LO2-2010," be adopted as attached.

 

THAT Resolution No. 2010-80 entitled, "TRUSTWORTHY TAXI & LIMO, LIMOUSINE DRIVER LICENSE NO. LD1-2010," be adopted as attached.

 

THAT Resolution No. 2010-81 entitled, "TRUSTWORTHY TAXI & LIMO, TAXI OWNER LICENSE NO. TO1-2010," be adopted as attached.

 

THAT Resolution No. 2010-82 entitled, "TRUSTWORTHY TAXI & LIMO, TAXI OWNER LICENSE NO. TO2-2010," be adopted as attached.

 

THAT Resolution No. 2010-83 entitled, "TRUSTWORTHY TAXI & LIMO, TAXI OWNER LICENSE NO. TO3-2010," be adopted as attached.

 

THAT Resolution No. 2010-84 entitled, "APPROVING SETTLEMENT ON APPEAL FROM ASSESSMENT, BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS ADV. PHILIP A. NODORO, BLOCK 31.02 LOT 14, 29 MAPLE AVENUE, DOCKET NO. 013272-2009 be adopted as attached.

 

THAT Resolution No. 2010-85 entitled, "RESOLUTION CALLING ON THE STATE LEGISLATURE AND THE GOVERNOR TO ENACT PROPERTY TAX REFORM WITH PASSAGE OF THE ‘MUNICIPAL TOOLKIT’ AND MANDATES RELIEF" be adopted as attached.

THAT Turn the Towns Teal, Inc. be granted permission to tie teal ribbons on the trees along Speedwell Avenue in honor of National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, September 2010.

 

THAT the Morristown High School Girl’s Tennis Team be granted permission to seek donations on the corner of Speedwell Avenue and Franklin Place on Saturday, September 11th 2010 from 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

THAT Morris Plains Little League be granted permission to serve alcoholic beverages at a Picnic to be held Saturday, September 18th 2010, from 2:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. at the Community Park Pavilion.

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Seconded by Councilmember McCluskey.

 

Mayor Druetzler added that the Mayors of Morris Plains, Morristown and Morris Township are going to sign a resolution for the alumni organization celebrating its 100th anniversary next Wednesday at the Morristown Council Meeting. He added that Morris United will hold a soccer tournament on November 13th 2010 and they will be calling it the "Mayor’s Cup" on the new field at the high school.

 

Yeas: Councilmembers Karr, Cecala, Coogan, Fu, McCluskey & Zabihach

Nays: None

Absent: None

Abstain: None

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

Councilmember Karr moved:

 

BE IT RESOLVED that the minutes of the Executive, Conference & Regular Meeting of June 17th 2010 be approved.

Seconded by Councilmember Coogan. So ordered.

 

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GREETINGS OF PUBLIC AND INVITATION FOR DISCUSSION

 

Mayor Druetzler opened the meeting to the public.

 

Ed Fletcher, Dogwood Road resident, stated that he did not receive Plains Talk in the mail and it was explained that due to budget restraints, it was available on the website. A small amount of newsletters were printed for distribution. Councilmember Cecala advised that this was addressed during the work session and the next issue will be mailed to the residents. Mr. Fletcher shared his concerns relative to right-of-ways owned by the town being used by the public.

 

Tomás Dingas introduced himself as a reporter for the Star Ledger.

 

Seeing no one else, Mayor Druetzler closed the public portion of the meeting.

 

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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES AND/OR DEPARTMENT HEADS

 

Finance

Councilmember Karr reported that the budget is on the agenda for adoption this evening.

 

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Public Safety

 

Councilmember Cecala stated that the 9-11 Memorial Committee selected two large pieces of steel approximately 20’ long and will need to be transported by flatbed to Morris Plains. Councilmember Cecala discussed the Cornhole Contest on September 11, 2010 with a rain date of Sunday, September 12, 2010. The Committee will be requesting permission to put banners up. They would also like the flagpole at the abandoned building on Route 53 to be relocated to the 9-11 Memorial location. WDHA and Chris Gardner will be featured at the September 11th 2010 fundraiser and the Committee will be requesting use of the tennis courts. They are seeking donations. Councilmember Fu was asked to provide expertise to the Committee on creating a logo. The Committee will be asking the County to spray for mosquitoes the day before the event.

 

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Lieutenant Thomas D’Ambola reported on police department activities. Sergeant Michael Rolph was praised for saving a resident’s life by performing CPR and using a defibrillator.

 

Lieutenant D’Ambola stated that the mobile message board on Route 52 will be in town for another week, but efforts will be made to keep it until the end of the month.

 

Lieutenant D’Ambola advised that the Route 53 job is winding down and should reopen on or about July 21st 2010. New Jersey Natural Gas project will start next week and will continue through mid-August.

 

Public Works

Councilmember Coogan stated that the report from the Superintendent of the Department of Public Works has been distributed. Item 14 should read that "two truck loads" of mulch were delivered to Borough School.

 

Councilmember Coogan advised that the DPW borrowed scissor split equipment from Borough School as part of shared services to replace light bulbs at the Community Center.

 

Borough Engineer Leon Hall advised that the Teen Center sewer lateral is complete; Central Avenue restoration is substantially complete; and capital project "street signs" were installed. Pending projects include restoration and repairs to Thompson Way and Cornine Lane, and the Speedwell Avenue and lighting projects will begin on August 1, 2010.

 

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Public Buildings & Grounds

 

Councilmember McCluskey stated that the Summer Concerts are taking place on Sundays, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Roberts Garden.

 

Councilmember McCluskey advised that the Summer Recreation Program has more children enrolled than in previous years. They will participate in a town-wide scavenger hunt and will learn how to juggle.

 

Councilmember McCluskey reported that baseball is continuing with tournaments and there is a Summer Basketball League as well.

 

Councilmember McCluskey stated the Summer Theatre Group will perform "Babes in Arms" on July 29th and July 30th 2010 at Borough School, and tickets are on sale at the Community Center.

 

Councilmember McCluskey advised that a Stroke Clinic has been introduced at the pool and is being taught by the lifeguards.

 

Councilmember McCluskey added that the Summer Recreation Art Enhancement Program painted the Little League’s snack bar and did a great job.

 

Councilmember McCluskey stated that the Museum will have a new exhibit featuring pictures from the News Bee from the 1970s to 1980s.

 

Councilmember McCluskey advised that the Farmers Market continues and the Garden Club will hold a bake sale this week, and there will be a youth craft fair and music on July 31st 2010. Some of the vendors are offering perishable foods to the Battered Women Shelter.

 

Councilmember McCluskey added that individuals from the SLAP Program have been working at Roberts Garden.

 

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Public Welfare, Sanitation & Sewers

 

Councilmember Fu stated that the Municipal Alliance met on Monday, July 12th 2010 and decided to donate $650 to the Minutemen to assist with printing their program information for seniors. Their Peer Leadership award, which goes to an 8th grader nominated by his/her peers, will go to Veronica Manley and Sarah Washington. The Municipal Alliance raised some concern over funding a popular program, Girls on the Run. A summer book club continues for middle school students. The County Alliance Coordinator, Kelley Smith, advised that it is unlikely the Alliance will receive supplemental funding next year. Audra Tonero, Chairperson, advised that she was accepted into a doctoral program at Drew University, and suggested finding a new chair or a co-chair.

 

Councilmember Fu advised that the Teen Center met on Tuesday, July 13th 2010 and had 90 participants at the pool party. They are planning the first event for next season that will be held on October 1st 2010. All events will cost $5.00, unless it is a special event off-site. They are planning fundraising events and would like children to participate in exchange for vouchers for events.

 

Councilmember Fu stated that the Board of Health met last night, July14th 2010 and discussed the Wellness Fair. The Madison Board of Health decided not to offer the PSA test and suggested the same not be done in Morris Plains. Madison will attend the next meeting to offer further clarification for this decision.

 

Councilmember Fu was informed that one of the platforms at the Recycling Center was leaning and DPW has corrected the problem.

 

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Ordinance & Public Utilities

 

Councilmember Zabihach advised that the Planning Board met on July 12th and passed a Master Plan Amendment. The age-restricted housing project was changed to a multi-family, interlocking unit district. Bulk requirements were modified as they were specifically created and tailored for the age-restricted housing. It is limited to 70 units and requires a new set of bulk requirements. A new Land Use Ordinance is anticipated for this specific site and will be prepared by William Denzler, P.P.

 

Councilmember Zabihach advised that police officers will file completed reports on light outages with him and he will report them directly to Michael Obremski of JCP&L so the repairs can be expedited.

PRESENTATION OF COMMUNICATION, PETITIONS, ETC.

 

Mayor Druetzler opened the meeting to the public. Hearing no one, Mayor Druetzler closed the public portion.

 

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ORDINANCES OF FIRST READING

 

Councilmember Zabihach introduced the following ordinance and read the same by title and moved that it be passed on first reading.

 

ORDINANCE NO. 9-2010

 

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE PARTIAL AMENDMENT AND SUPPLEMENTATION OF SECTION (C) PROHIBITING OVERNIGHT PARKING OF COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES, TRAILERS, SEMITRAILERS AND POLE TRAILERS AS SET FORTH IN SECTION 22-11 "PARKING PROHIBITED AT CERTAIN TIMES" TO EXCEPT CERTAIN VEHICLES AND STREETS FROM THE PROHIBITION AND TO AMEND THE TIME LIMITS SET FORTH IN SECTION 22-35, "PARKING VEHICLES OF ONE TON OR MORE DURING CERTAIN HOURS" AS SET FORTH IN CHAPTER 22, "TRAFFIC AND PARKING," OF THE "REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS, NEW JERSEY, 1972."

Councilmember McCluskey seconded the motion.

Yeas: Councilmembers Karr, Cecala, Coogan, Fu, McCluskey & Zabihach

Nays: None

Absent: None

Abstain: None

 

Thereupon Councilmember Zabihach offered the following resolution:

WHEREAS, the above ordinance was introduced and read by title at this meeting on July 15th 2010 and passed on first reading.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED at a meeting to be held on August 19, 2010 at 8:30 P.M. prevailing time in the Municipal Building in the said Borough, this Council will further consider for second reading and final passage of said ordinance.

 

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Clerk of this Borough be and she is hereby, directed to publish the proper notice therefor, including the ordinance, post the ordinance on the Bulletin Board in the municipal building and make copies available to members of the general public.

Councilmember McCluskey seconded the resolution. All in favor.

 

ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING

Councilmember Zabihach read by title the ordinance entitled:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 6-2010

 

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE PARTIAL AMENDMENT, SUPPLEMENTATION AND REVISION OF ARTICLE 2, "NUMBERING OF BUILDINGS" IN CHAPTER 7, "BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES," OF THE "REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS, NEW JERSEY, 1972."

 

which ordinance was introduced and passed on first reading at a meeting held on June 17, 2010.

The Clerk read the following notice:?

Notice is hereby given that the following ordinance was submitted in writing at a regular meeting of the Mayor and Borough Council of the Borough of Morris Plains, in the County of Morris and State of New Jersey held on June 17, 2010, introduced and read by title and passed on first reading, and that the said Governing Body will further consider the same for second reading and final passage thereof at a regular meeting beginning at 8:30 P.M., on July 15, 2010 at the Borough Hall, 531 Speedwell Avenue, Morris Plains, New Jersey, in said Borough at which time and place a public hearing will be held thereon by the Governing Body and all parties in interest and citizens and all persons shall have an opportunity to be heard concerning said ordinance.

 

Councilmember Zabihach read the following notice and ordinance by title and stated that the Notice and Ordinance had been published as required by law that the ordinance had been posted on the bulletin board in the Municipal Building and that copies had been made available to members of the general public.

 

Mayor Druetzler announced that the meeting was open for a public hearing on the ordinance and stated that any taxpayer of the Borough of Morris Plains and all parties and persons in interest and citizens may be heard.? Mayor Druetzler stated that this ordinance is getting revised based on a recommendation from the fire official to increase the size of the numbers displayed on buildings.

Seeing no one, Mayor Druetzler closed the Public Hearing.

 

Thereupon Councilmember Zabihach offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption:

RESOLVED, That the above ordinance as read by title on Second Reading, at this meeting, be adopted and finally passed.

 

Councilmember Cecala seconded the motion.

 

Mayor Druetzler ordered the Clerk to call the roll on the passage thereof and the vote was as follows:

 

Yeas:????????? Councilmembers Karr, Cecala, Coogan, Fu, McCluskey & Zabihach

Nays:????????? None

Absent:????? None

Abstain:???? None

Mayor Druetzler declared the ordinance adopted and finally passed, approved the same and ordered the Clerk to publish the proper notice thereof in the newspaper and to record the ordinance in the proper place.

 

Councilmember Zabihach read by title the ordinance entitled:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 7-2010

 

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE AMENDMENT AND SUPPLEMENTATION OF CHAPTER 12, "HEALTH AND SANITATION," OF THE "REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS, NEW JERSEY, 1972" WITH THE ADDITION OF A NEW ARTICLE 6, ENTITLED "REFUSE CONTAINERS AND DUMPSTERS."

 

which ordinance was introduced and passed on first reading at a meeting held on June 17, 2010.

The Clerk read the following notice:?

Notice is hereby given that the following ordinance was submitted in writing at a regular meeting of the Mayor and Borough Council of the Borough of Morris Plains, in the County of Morris and State of New Jersey held on June 17, 2010, introduced and read by title and passed on first reading, and that the said Governing Body will further consider the same for second reading and final passage thereof at a regular meeting beginning at 8:30 P.M., on July 15, 2010 at the Borough Hall, 531 Speedwell Avenue, Morris Plains, New Jersey, in said Borough at which time and place a public hearing will be held thereon by the Governing Body and all parties in interest and citizens and all persons shall have an opportunity to be heard concerning said ordinance.

 

Councilmember Zabihach read the following notice and ordinance by title and stated that the Notice and Ordinance had been published as required by law that the ordinance had been posted on the bulletin board in the Municipal Building and that copies had been made available to members of the general public.

 

Mayor Druetzler announced that the meeting was open for a public hearing on the ordinance and stated that any taxpayer of the Borough of Morris Plains and all parties and persons in interest and citizens may be heard.? Mayor Druetzler added that Ordinances 7-2010 and 8-2010 are needed to conform to the State’s stormwater regulations.

Seeing no one, Mayor Druetzler closed the Public Hearing.

 

Thereupon Councilmember Zabihach offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption:

RESOLVED, That the above ordinance as read by title on Second Reading, at this meeting, be adopted and finally passed.

 

Councilmember Karr seconded the motion.

 

Mayor Druetzler ordered the Clerk to call the roll on the passage thereof and the vote was as follows:

 

Yeas:????????? Councilmembers Karr, Cecala, Coogan, Fu, McCluskey & Zabihach

Nays:????????? None

Absent:????? None

Abstain:???? None

Mayor Druetzler declared the ordinance adopted and finally passed, approved the same and ordered the Clerk to publish the proper notice thereof in the newspaper and to record the ordinance in the proper place.

 

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Councilmember Zabihach read by title the ordinance entitled:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 8-2010

 

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE AMENDMENT AND SUPPLEMENTATION OF CHAPTER 18C, "MUNICIPAL STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AND STORM SEWER SYSTEMS," OF THE "REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS, NEW JERSEY, 1972" WITH THE ADDITION OF A NEW ARTICLE 5, ENTITLED "PRIVATE STORM DRAIN INLET RETROFITTING."

which ordinance was introduced and passed on first reading at a meeting held on June 17, 2010.

The Clerk read the following notice:?

Notice is hereby given that the following ordinance was submitted in writing at a regular meeting of the Mayor and Borough Council of the Borough of Morris Plains, in the County of Morris and State of New Jersey held on June 17, 2010, introduced and read by title and passed on first reading, and that the said Governing Body will further consider the same for second reading and final passage thereof at a regular meeting beginning at 8:30 P.M., on July 15, 2010 at the Borough Hall, 531 Speedwell Avenue, Morris Plains, New Jersey, in said Borough at which time and place a public hearing will be held thereon by the Governing Body and all parties in interest and citizens and all persons shall have an opportunity to be heard concerning said ordinance.

 

Councilmember Zabihach read the following notice and ordinance by title and stated that the Notice and Ordinance had been published as required by law that the ordinance had been posted on the bulletin board in the Municipal Building and that copies had been made available to members of the general public.

 

Mayor Druetzler announced that the meeting was open for a public hearing on the ordinance and stated that any taxpayer of the Borough of Morris Plains and all parties and persons in interest and citizens may be heard.?

Seeing no one, Mayor Druetzler closed the Public Hearing.

Thereupon Councilmember Zabihach offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption:

RESOLVED, That the above ordinance as read by title on Second Reading, at this meeting, be adopted and finally passed.

 

Councilmember McCluskey seconded the motion.

 

Mayor Druetzler ordered the Clerk to call the roll on the passage thereof and the vote was as follows:

 

Yeas:????????? Councilmembers Karr, Cecala, Coogan, Fu, McCluskey & Zabihach

Nays:????????? None

Absent:????? None

Abstain:???? None

Mayor Druetzler declared the ordinance adopted and finally passed, approved the same and ordered the Clerk to publish the proper notice thereof in the newspaper and to record the ordinance in the proper place.

 

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RESOLUTIONS

None.

 

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BUDGET ADOPTION

Mayor Druetzler advised that the Budget has been introduced and a public hearing was held, however, the adoption was held up by the State’s approval due to a heavy workload. The State has approved the budget.

 

Councilmember Karr moved the adoption of the 2010 budget. Councilmember Coogan seconded the motion.

 

Mayor Druetzler ordered the Clerk to call the roll on the passage thereof and the vote was as follows:

 

Yeas:????????? Councilmembers Karr, Cecala, Coogan, Fu, McCluskey & Zabihach

Nays:????????? None

Absent:????? None

Abstain:???? None

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

None.

 

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NEW BUSINESS

None.

 

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VOUCHERS

 

Councilmember Karr moved:

 

BE IT RESOLVED that the following vouchers for July 2010 be approved.

 

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Frank J. Druetzler, Mayor

 

Seconded by Councilmember Zabihach.

 

Yeas: Councilmembers Karr, Cecala, Coogan, Fu, McCluskey and Zabihach

Nays: None

Absent: None

Abstain: None

 

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Councilmember Coogan moved to adjourn the meeting at 9:31 p.m.

 

Seconded by Councilmember McCluskey. So moved.

 

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Frank J. Druetzler, Mayor

 

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Noreen Morris, Deputy Clerk