Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Regular Council Meeting Minutes 06/16/11

Minutes of the Conference Meeting of the Borough Council held June 16, 2011, 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 2011; WHICH RESOLUTION WAS ADOPTED BY THE BOROUGH COUNCIL ON JANUARY 6TH 2011, 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 Suzanne B. McCluskey

Councilmembers: George J. Coogan

Joseph Cecala, Jr.

Laurie J. Fu

Jason C. Karr

Roman Zabihach

Also Present: Gail Fraser, Esq., Borough Attorney

DISCUSSION ITEMS

Mayor Druetzler reminded that the Borough School Students will be making a presentation to the Governing Body this evening.

Mayor Druetzler advised that the Councilmembers should have received information relative to Al Adams’ retirement luncheon.

Mayor Druetzler referenced correspondence from Gander, Newfoundland
, who are trying to establish a relationship with the Borough. Comments in opposition would be appreciated by noon on Monday, June 20, 2011. Councilmember Karr suggested adding them to the e-mail alert to keep them informed.

Councilmember McCluskey advised that the County Community School requested use of one classroom in the Community Center one day a week for their Great Horizons Program, which offers educational enhancement classes. This program is designed for seniors and will take place during daytime hours. Councilmember McCluskey handed out their brochure.

Councilmember Zabihach stated that New Jersey Transit will be rehabilitating the Morris Plains Train Station. The project is under a historical review of the station.

Councilmember Zabihach referenced concerns about the Central Avenue Pond dredging. He contacted the Whippany River Watershed and a meeting will be scheduled shortly.

Councilmember Karr advised that he spoke with the Finance Office and the Clerk’s Office about uniform timesheets. He will consult with the Finance Committee.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Moved by Councilmember Coogan:

BE IT RESOLVED THAT Resolution No. 2011-70 entitled, "Executive Session" be adopted.

Seconded by Councilmember Karr. So ordered.

Councilmember Coogan moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:28 p.m.

Seconded by Councilmember Karr. So moved.

Frank J. Druetzler, Mayor

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June R. Uhrin, Borough Clerk

Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Borough Council held on June 16, 2011, at 8:30 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 2011; WHICH RESOLUTION WAS ADOPTED BY THE BOROUGH COUNCIL ON JANUARY 6TH 2011, 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 Suzanne B. McCluskey

Councilmembers: George J. Coogan

Joseph Cecala, Jr.

Laurie J. Fu

Jason C. Karr

Roman Zabihach

Also Present: Gail Fraser, Esq., Borough Attorney

Leon C. Hall, P.E., Borough Engineer

PRESENTATION

Borough School Students

Mayor Druetzler introduced Borough School’s Laurie Schorno and Melissa Thorn, Borough School student and her mom, Jennifer. Mayor Druetzler recognized Sean Dolan, Principal, and Ralph Lopez, Borough Photographer, who were also in attendance. Melissa stated that Mayor Druetzler suggested to the students at the beginning of the school year to save a penny a day to donate to the 911 Memorial Fund. The students reached their goal and Melissa presented a check in the amount of $500.00. Mayor Druetzler introduced Bob Webster, Morris Plains Volunteer Fire Department, Sergeant Michael Rolph, Morris Plains Police Department, Paul Maniscalco, Morris Plains Rotary Club, and Dave Shulz, Morris Minutemen, who accepted the check on behalf of the 9-11 Memorial Fund. Mayor Druetzler asked Melissa to thank all the students for all they have done. Mayor Druetzler added that when the Memorial is built, she and her fellow classmates will realize they helped build it.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Councilmember McCluskey moved:

BE IT RESOLVED that the minutes of the Executive, Conference and Regular Meeting of May 5, 2011 be approved.

Seconded by Councilmember Cecala. So ordered.

Councilmember McCluskey moved:

BE IT RESOLVED that the minutes of the Executive, Conference and Regular Meeting of May 19, 2011 be approved.

Seconded by Councilmember Karr. Councilmember Coogan abstained. So ordered.

Councilmember McCluskey moved:

BE IT RESOLVED that the minutes of the Special Meeting of May 26, 2011 be approved.

Seconded by Councilmember Cecala. Councilmembers Coogan and Zabihach abstained. So ordered.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR

Councilmember McCluskey 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, May11

Animal Licensing, May11

Building Inspector, May 2011

Tax Collector, May 2011

Police Department, May 2011

Animal Control, May 2011

Treasurer, May 2011

Tipping Fees, May 2011

Municipal Court, May 2011

Fire Prevention, April & May 2011

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED

THAT Resolution No. 2011-71 entitled, "ANNUAL REPORT OF AUDIT FOR THE YEAR 2010," be adopted as attached.

THAT Resolution No. 2011-72 entitled, "KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS #3495, BISHOP McLAUGHLIN COUNCIL, RAFFLE LICENSE NO. 230-11," be adopted as attached.

THAT Resolution No. 2011-73 entitled, "INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY, RAFFLE LICENSE NO. 231-11," be adopted as attached.

THAT Resolution No. 2011-74 entitled, "CANCELLATION-OF-BALANCES AND OVERPAYMENTS LESS THAN $10.00," be adopted as attached.

THAT Resolution No. 2011-75 entitled, "REDEMPTION RESOLUTION, BLOCK NO. 64, LOT NO. 5, REDEEM 3RD PARTY TAX LIEN # 10-3," be adopted as attached.

THAT Resolution No. 2011-76 entitled, "RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF NOT EXCEEDING $3,848,000 BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES OF THE BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS, IN THE COUNTY OF MORRIS, NEW JERSEY," be adopted as attached.

THAT Resolution No. 2011-77 entitled, "RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE APPORTIONMENT OF COSTS FOR SUNSET ROAD CURBING ASSESSMENT," be adopted as attached.

THAT Resolution No. 2011-78 entitled, "APPROVING SETTLEMENT ON APPEAL FROM ASSESSMENT BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS adv. PAGANO, ALEXANDER, BLOCK 192, LOT 5.01 – 10 PARKER DRIVE, DOCKET NO: 002322-2010," be adopted as attached.

THAT the following entitled A.B.C. License Application Resolution Nos. 2011-79 thru 2011-84 for the 2011-2012 year, be adopted as attached:

Watnong Post No. 3401, V.F.W

State License No. 1423-31-006-002

Nofito, LLC

State License No. 1423-33-004-003

Dore Art Corporation

State License No. 1423-33-001-002

Jo-Lyn Liquor, Inc.

State License No. 1423-44-003-003

Morris Plains Wine Shoppe, Inc.

State License No. 1423-44-002-005

SAJ II, LLC

State License No. 1423-33-005-006

THAT the Borough Council approve the membership application of Norley C. Castillo, 58 Maple Avenue, Morris Plains, NJ, as a member of the Morris Plains Fire Department.

THAT the residents of Washington Avenue be granted permission to hold its annual Block Party on Sunday, July 3rd 2011, from 2:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M., serve alcoholic beverages; and that the Road Department provide the necessary barricades.

THAT Scott Holzhauer, CTA, be hired as Tax Assessor for the Borough of Morris Plains, for a four (4) year term, effective July 1st 2011 at an annual salary of $17,250.00 pro rated.

THAT Gemma Johnson, be hired as Theatre Counselor for the 2011 Summer Recreation Enhancement program at $8.00 per hour, effective June 1st 2011.THAT Karleen Leahey, be hired as Recreation Director, at an annual salary of $8,000.00, pro rated, effective June 1st 2011.

THAT having received bids for the Contract No. A-1.2011, Furnishing and Delivery of Computer Consulting Support and Maintenance Services to the Morris Plains Police Department and Borough Administrative Offices, that a two year contract be awarded to the sole responsive and responsible bidder, Ennova Solutions, Inc for their low bid of $46,232.00, subject to the availability and appropriation of funds to meet the obligation in the succeeding contract year, per the Borough Attorney’s approval of the bidding documents of June 9th 2011.

THAT the Borough Council authorize the release and return of the one year maintenance, Maintenance Bond No. 929470491M, Central Avenue improvements to J.A. Alexander, Inc., in the amount of $15,855.00, per the Borough Engineer’s correspondence dated June 13th 2011.

THAT the Borough Council authorize the release and return of the one year maintenance, Maintenance Bond No. S-441974, Teen Center Sewer Lateral improvements to Jo-Med Contracting Corporation, in the amount of $2,400.00, per the Borough Engineer’s correspondence dated June 13th 2011.

THAT the Borough Council authorize the release and return of the one year maintenance, Maintenance Bond No. B 1081373, Community Park, Cornine Lane, Thompson Way, Tabor Road, Sunset Road and Littleton Road improvements to Salomone Brothers, Inc., in the amount of $15,855.00, per the Borough Engineer’s correspondence dated June 13th 2011.

THAT the attached Junior Counselors be hired for the 2011 Summer Camp Program at the position and salary stated, effective June 1st 2011.

THAT Ava Makris be hired for the Recreation program "Kids Helping Kids" Teacher Assistant at $10.00 per hour effective June 28th 2011; which mentor program is authorized through Grant and Registration [The program is self funded].

THAT the following be hired for the Community Park Pool season at the Community Center effective June 1st 2011 at the salary stated:

Ryan Flynn $ 8.00/hr

Lindsey Giostra $ 8.00/hr

Meghan Reilly $ 8.25/hr

THAT the Borough Council approve the membership application of Conor Green, 4 Leamoor Drive, Morris Plains NJ, as a member of the Morris Plains Junior Fire Auxiliary.

THAT Resolution No. 2011-85 entitled, "RESOLUTION REGARDING APPROVAL OF DETECTIVE STIPEND TO PARTROLMAN BRUCE RAPP," be adopted as attached.

THAT the Borough Council accept the recommendation of the Finance Committee on the adjustment of the hours of the Municipal Court Clerk.

Seconded by Councilmember Zabihach.

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

Nays: None

Abstain: None

Absent: None

GREETING OF PUBLIC AND INVITATION FOR DISCUSSION

Mayor Druetzler opened the meeting to the public.

Frank Mangravite, Janeway Place resident, discussed recommendations he received during the election process. Mr. Mangravite referenced concerns on the appearance of certain properties. He suggested introducing police officers to potential candidates who will be walking around town.

Dan Kantor, Sun Valley Way resident, said he will suggest to citizens to contact the police in an attempt to discourage campaign sign removal.

Frank Mangravite, Janeway Place resident, thanked the Mayor and believes things will get better.

Hearing no one else, Mayor Druetzler closed the public hearing.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES AND/OR DEPARTMENT HEADS

Finance

Councilmember Karr stated that the Personnel Policies Manual is in the process of getting distributed and includes a summary sheet which references where the changes that were made.

Councilmember Karr stated, as reported on the Consent Calendar, a new tax assessor has been hired and will begin in July 2011.

Public Safety

Councilmember Cecala reported that there will be fireworks at Family Day on June 25th 2011 around 9:30 p.m.

Councilmember Cecala advised that there is money available through the Click It or Ticket program. Approximately 443 summonses have been issued for not wearing a seat belt and using a cell phone; and there were three arrests. Councilmember Cecala acknowledged that the police officers did a great job.

Chief Thompson advised that the Click It or Ticket program was primarily enforced on Route 10 and Speedwell Avenue and was organized by Lt. D’Ambola. Chief Thompson added that the E-Ticket program is progressing, however, had it been up and running, approximately 50 percent more summonses would have been written.

Councilmember Cecala advised that Chief Thompson was nominated to attend the FBI Academy. He will be interviewed next Friday, June 24, 2011. Mayor and Council wished Chief Thompson the best.

Chief Thompson stated that there have been many car burglaries and urged everyone to lock their vehicles.

Councilmember Cecala added that the 9-11 Memorial is progressing nicely and suggested that everyone should go look at the site. Donations are still being accepted.

Public Works

Councilmember Coogan stated that the Department of Public Works report has been distributed. The DPW were able to get the pool open on time in spite of the rainy weather. They also installed the new hot water heater.

Councilmember Coogan advised that the entrance to the Municipal Building was originally off Speedwell Avenue. That doorway is currently sealed, however, the sign "Community of Caring" has now been placed over the entry facing Academy Road. The DPW made the necessary repairs to the sign.

Councilmember Coogan advised that the deadline for the gardeners at the Community Garden to break ground was June 15, 2011. There were two plots that were not used and they have been forfeited. The spots will be reassigned.

Councilmember Coogan reported that the 2010 grant work to redo the lighting and put the electronic controls on the boiler in the Municipal Building will begin on June 27, 2011 and will take approximately one week to 10 days to complete. Through 2011 grant monies we are hoping to have work also done at the DPW building later this year.

Leon Hall, Borough Engineer, advised that the DSL contract began this Monday, June 13, 2011 on the sidewalk project. He has received all the ACP permits so the plan will be signed tomorrow. It is expected they will break ground by late July 2011.

Public Buildings & Grounds

Councilmember McCluskey reported that the Farmer’s Market opened last Saturday, June 11, 2011 with the same vendors as last year. It was advertised on the cover of this week’s Newsbee. The next event will include an adult Arts and Crafts Show with live music. The Ladies Auxiliary will hold a Bake Sale and the Fire Department will sell their Raffle Tickets.

Councilmember McCluskey stated that last Saturday, June 11, 2011, local high school and college students performed the Music for Acceptance Concert at Roberts Garden. They performed for free and the Girl Scouts sold refreshments. They raised $500.00 to be distributed evenly to the national organization Autism Speaks and the local Kids Helping Kids program. The event was organized by residents Ian McCleary and Marc Trignano, and featured local performers including Adam Slawinski, Nick Mosuriak and Ryan Yobs. Approximately 75 to 100 people attended.

Councilwoman McCluskey reported that on Sunday, June 12, 2011 third graders organized an event held at the Community Center. Tomás Carlson and PJ Stoke wrote to Mayor Druetzler requesting permission to hold a program entitled "Street Passes," an interactive game using Nintendo 3D.

Councilmember McCluskey stated that the pool has been open for the past two weekends and will open for the season on Saturday, June 18, 2011. The first swim meet will be on June 25, 2011.

Councilmember McCluskey reported that the Summer Recreation Program will begin on Monday, June 27, 2011 and there are 207 registrations for the Super Kids Camp and 105 registered for the Teen Camp. The Theatre Program went over the number of participants than projected and a high school student was hired.

Councilmember McCluskey advised that Family Day will take place on Saturday, June 25, 2011 beginning at 5:00 p.m. There will be fireworks, canoes, clowns, face painting, rides, and petting zoo. Our local sports teams will serve food and refreshments.

Councilmember McCluskey stated that Summer Concerts will be held on Sundays at Roberts Garden beginning July 10, 2011 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a rain date on the following Monday. The Senior Lunch will be held Thursday, July 21, 2011. There will be a Splash Party at the pool on July 16, 2011.

Councilmember McCluskey stated that the banner the Museum carried in the 25th Annual Memorial Day Parade is mounted outside the Community Center and recognizes the 50th Anniversary of Little League, 25th Anniversary of the Parade, and the 85th Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Borough.

Public Welfare, Sanitation & Sewers

Councilmember Fu advised that the Board of Health met on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 and were informed that Madison hired a new Health Officer, James Nargalis, former Health Officer from Denville. Mr. Nargalis will begin on June 27, 2011. The Board of Health will hold Wellness Day on Saturday, October 15, 2011 and registration will be held on October 1, 8, and 12, 2011. Information will be put in Plains Talk and will be shared at senior meetings.

Councilmember Fu advised that the Municipal Alliance Committee met on June 13, 2011 and reported that the DARE Graduation was successful under the leadership of Sergeant Koroski. There were 82 graduates.

Councilmember Fu stated that the Borough School had two winners recognized in a contest sponsored by the Partnership for Drug Free New Jersey for creating PSA’s for radio for a program called "Listen Up, NJ." There were 1700 applicants for two winning spots and Borough School won both spots. The two groups of four 8th grade students were Cayley Blenner, Dana Demnitz, Ashlyn Doherty, Meaghan Ferguson, Abbie Horan, Christina Hyland, Michelle Julich, and Shannon Keller.

Councilmember Fu stated that the Kids Helping Kids program received a $250 donation from the proceeds of the Music of Acceptance concert in Roberts Garden. Melissa Gibson will be working on submitting the 2012 Grant Application.

Councilmember Fu advised that the Teen Center met on June 13, 2011 and planned events for the 2011-2012 school year. Once the dates are checked for conflicts, they will be distributed and advertised.

Councilmember Fu advised that over 70 students participated in the June 10, 2011 Step Up Night and everyone had a great time. The Teen Center Pool Party will be held on Friday, June 24, 2011.

Ordinance & Public Utilities

Councilmember Zabihach stated that the Planning Board will be meeting this coming Monday, June 20, 2011. The Chase application will be on the Agenda.

Councilmember Zabihach stated that the Board of Adjustment will meet the following Monday, June 27, 2011.

Councilmember Zabihach contacted the Whippany River Watershed to request assistance with dredging Central Avenue Pond next to Community Garden. A meeting will be set up within the next two weeks.

Councilmember Zabihach advised that New Jersey Transit has advised that the Morris Plains Train Station will be undergoing rehabilitation. The project is currently under historic review and upon completion the station will be upgraded.

PRESENTATION OF COMMUNICATION, PETITIONS, ETC.

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

ORDINANCES OF FIRST READING

None.

ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING

Councilmember Zabihach read by title the Ordinance entitled:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 11-2011

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE PARTIAL AMENDMENT AND SUPPLEMENTATION OF SECTION 22-7, "STOP INTERSECTIONS," IN CHAPTER 22, "TRAFFIC AND PARKING," OF THE "REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE BOROUGH OF MORRIS PLAINS, NEW JERSEY, 1972" TO DESIGNATE IDLEWILD DRIVE AT WASHINGTON AVENUE

which ordinance was introduced and passed on first reading at a meeting held on May 19, 2011.

The Clerk read the following notice:

Notice is hereby given that the following ordinance was submitted in writing at a meeting of the Mayor and Borough Council of the Borough of Morris held on May 5, 2011, 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 special meeting beginning at 8:30 P.M., on May 26, 2011 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 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 McCluskey, Cecala, Coogan, Fu, Karr & 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.

RESOLUTIONS

Moved by Councilmember McCluskey:

BE IT RESOLVED THAT Resolution No. 2011-86 authorizing the attached be hired for the 2011 Summer Pool Snack Stand at the rate of $8.00 per hour, effective June 1st 2011" be adopted.

Seconded by Councilmember Coogan.

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

Nays: None

Absent: None

Abstain: Councilmember Fu

Moved by Councilmember McCluskey:

BE IT RESOLVED THAT Resolution No. 2011-87 authorizing the attached be hired as Summer Camp Counselors for the 2011 Summer Recreation season at the salary stated, effective June 1st 2011.

Seconded by Councilmember Zabihach. Yeas: Councilmembers McCluskey, Cecala, Coogan, Fu & Zabihach

Nays: None

Absent: None

Abstain: Councilmember Karr

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

None.

NEW BUSINESS

None.

VOUCHERS

Councilmember Karr moved:

BE IT RESOLVED that the following vouchers for June 2011 be approved.

Seconded by Councilmember McCluskey.

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

Nays: None

Abstain: None

Absent: None

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Moved by Councilmember Coogan:

BE IT RESOLVED THAT Resolution No. 2011-88 entitled, "Executive Session" be adopted.

Seconded by Councilmember Zabihach. So ordered.

Moved by Councilmember McCluskey:

BE IT RESOLVED THAT Resolution No. 2011-89, the Borough Council authorizes the proposed settlement in Detrone Edwards v. Borough of Morris Plains, and that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute any and all necessary settlement documents and all other Borough officials be authorized to take all necessary steps to effectuate the proposed settlement.

Seconded by Councilmember Cecala.

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

Nays: None

Absent: None

Abstain: None

Councilmember Coogan moved to adjourn the meeting at 10:34 p.m.

Seconded by Councilmember McCluskey. So moved.

Frank J. Druetzler, Mayor

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June R. Uhrin, Borough Clerk