** AGENDA **

 

October 14, 2009

 

6:30 P.M.

 

Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown, 15 Main Street, Englishtown, New Jersey 07726.

 

1.       Meeting Called to Order and Roll Call

 

2.       Statement of Compliance with Sunshine Law

 

3.                Moment of Silence and Salute to the Flag

 

4.                  Executive Session

 

5.         Meeting Workshop

 

6.         Approval of Minutes  - July 22, 2009

 

7.         Committee Reports

 

            8.         Borough Engineer’s Monthly Report – October 2009

 

9.         Correspondence

 

            10.        Borough Administrator/CFO Report

 

11.       Open Public Portion/Limited to Agenda Items Only

Limited to Five (5) Minutes per citizen to be determined at Borough Council’s discretion.  Any and all situations regarding Borough Personnel, when names are implied or mentioned, are to be brought to the full attention of the Council through an appointment and subsequent disclosure through the Personnel Committee.

           

12.       New Business:

 

A.                 Resolution No. 2009-185

In Memory of Harry Soden

 

B.                 Resolution No. 2009-186

Authorizing Refunding of Old Planning Board

And Engineering Inspection Accounts

 

C.                 Resolution No. 2009-187

Authorizing Refund of Vendor Fee To Fall Festival Vendor

 

                        D.         Resolution No. 2009-188

Appointment of Clean Communities Worker

 

E.         Resolution No. 2009-189

Authorizing OPRA- Records Information Management

Shared Services Agreement With The County of Monmouth

 

F.         Resolution No. 2009-190

Authorizing Waiving Developers Fees For 31 Park Avenue

 

G.         Resolution No. 2009-191

Authorizing Approval of Department Requisitions

 

H.         Resolution No. 2009-192

Authorizing Payment of Borough Bills

 

13.       Public Portion

Limited to Five (5) Minutes per citizen to be determined at Borough Council’s discretion.  Any and all situations regarding Borough Personnel, when names are implies or mentioned, are to be brought to the full attention of the Council through an appointment and subsequent disclosure through the Personnel Committee.

           

            14.       Executive Session

 

            15.       Adjournment

 

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Reynolds at 6:34 P.M.

 

Roll Call:  Present:     C/Carr,  C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                  Absent: * C/Cooke (arrived at 6:42 p.m.)

 

Also present were Peter Gorbatuk, Municipal Clerk, Laurie Finger, Borough Administrator and Joseph Youssouf, Borough Attorney.

 

Mayor Reynolds stated pursuant to N.J.S.A. 10 4-6 notification of this meeting has been (1) Published in the Asbury Park Press and the News Transcript the Official Newspapers of the Borough, (2) Posted to the Public at Borough Hall, (3) Copy has been filed with the Municipal Clerk, (4) Copy of this agenda and the Sunshine Statement has been filed with the Mayor and Council. Thus this meeting tonight is deemed in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act.

 

There was a moment of silence and salute to the flag.

 

Executive Session

 

Mayor Reynolds stated pursuant to N.J.S.A. 10 4-12B be it resolved by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown, County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey as follows whereas N.J.S.A. 10 4-12B of the Open Public Meetings Act of the State of New Jersey permits exclusion of the public from those portions of the meetings in which matters authorized to be discussed in Executive Session under the cited statute will be reviewed and discussed; and

 

            Whereas, the Governing Body concludes that the public must be excluded from the discussion of the following matters of personnel; and

 

            Therefore, be it resolved by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown, County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey, as follows, 1) Hereby authorizes Executive Session for the purpose of discussing above matters with N.J.S.A. 10 4-12B, 2) Anticipated at this time that the matters to be discussed in Executive Session will be discussed in Public not earlier than the next regular meeting of the Governing Body, 3) It is anticipated that the Executive Session last not longer than one-half hour,  4) There exists the possibility that action may be taken upon conclusion of the Executive Session when the meeting returns to open.

 

Offered By:           C/Carr

 

Seconded By:       C/Robilotti

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:    C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                  Nays:   None

                Absent:  None   

               Abstain:  None

 

The time being 6:37 P.M.

 

There being no further business in Executive Session, a motion to return to open session was offered by C/Carr, seconded by C/Robilotti. Passed unanimously.

 

The time being 7:30 P.M.

 

Approval of Minutes –

 

There being no corrections, deletions or additions, a motion to approve the Minutes of July 22, 2009 was offered by C/Robilotti and seconded by C/Carr.  Passed on the following roll call:

Roll Call:        Ayes:    C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                      Nayes:  None

                     Absent:  None

                    Abstain:  None

 

Committee Reports

 

Public Buildings & Grounds

Councilwoman Leonardis reports:

·        Resolution on tonight’s agenda to appoint someone under the Green Communities Grant.

 

Code Enforcement, Public Health, Welfare & Public Events

Councilwoman Cooke reports:

·        Englishtown Street Party scheduled for Sat. Oct. 17th.  Rain date Oct. 18th

 

Administration, Finance & Personnel

Councilman Wojyn reports:

·        Declan O’Scanlon and Caroline Casagrande will be attending the Englishtown Street Party.  Encourage everyone to come out and meet their assembly representatives.

 

Public Safety

Councilwoman Robilotti reports:

·        Delivered 100th birthday card to Pauline Carr.  Spoke to her son and daughter in law and they wanted me to extend their thanks for recognizing this milestone.

·        Police Activity Report from 9/21-10/11; 388 total calls including motor vehicle stops.

·        Spoke to Chief Niziolek regarding the concern brought up by a resident about “safety corridors” and one-way streets.  Reads aloud his response memo.  In summary, does not recommend one-way streets and he isn’t aware of any NJ communities that have “safety corridors” on local streets, only on State roadways such as Route 9 and the Parkway.  If it were allowable, council would put it in place just like any other traffic ordinance.

·        Chief Niziolek applied for a live scan equipment grant and he also received a check for the DDEFY 2009 Grant in the amount of $1994.22.

 

Legislative, Insurance & Licenses

Councilwoman Carr reports: 

·        Our Tree Management Plan was approved by the State.  We need to first go for training and then we would be eligible for additional grant money. 

Laurie Finger states that the training conference will be Fri 10/23 or Sat 10/24.  We need to send one paid municipal employee and one volunteer.  There are no other sessions scheduled prior to December 1st.  If we don’t have an employee and volunteer trained next week we will not be able to apply for this years grant.  Rick Guffanti, DPW Supervisor said he would be able to attend on Friday.

 

Councilman Wojyn states he would like to be the volunteer.  He will be attending the Sat. Oct. 24th conference.

Councilwoman Carr continues:

·        Process has begun for a liquor license transfer for our pocket license.  It is currently under review and investigation by the Chief of Police.

·        Regarding the Chief’s response to “safety corridors” and “one way streets”.  Definitely feels special attention should be placed on Hamilton Street/Harrison Avenue.  Many use it as a cut through and there are a lot of speeders and it is definitely a safety concern.

 

Attorney Youssouf states in municipalities they are called “Target Enforcement Areas”. If posted, it doubles the fines and mandates a court appearance, which deters violators.  This would be done by Ordinance.

 

Discussion continues between Mayor, Council, Chief Niziolek and Attorney Youssouf.

 

Public Utilities

Councilman Rucker has nothing to report this evening.

 

Borough Engineer’s Monthly Report

·        Bridge on Water St. progressing well.

·        At last Planning Board Mtg. Jewel Ridge received final approval with stipulations.  There are still a lot of issues that they need to resolve. Once issues are resolved they may move forward.

 

Correspondence

Peter Gorbatuk, Municipal Clerk reports:

·        Reads aloud correspondence received Oct. 3rd from Brandywine Assisted Living Facility regarding ground water problem on Mt. Vernon Road.

·        Received correspondence from NJ DOT regarding the Municipal Aid Program for 2010.  We were awarded $250,000 for the reconstruction of Weamaconk Drive and Victory Drive.

 

Borough Administrator/CFO Report

Laurie Finger has nothing to report this evening.

 

Public Portion – Agenda Items

 

Mayor Reynolds opens the floor to the public for discussion limited to agenda items only.

 

There being no questions or comments, a motion to close the public portion was offered by C/Robilotti and seconded by C/Carr.  Passed unanimously.

 

New Business

 

BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

RESOLUTION NO. 2009-185

 

RESOLUTION IN MEMORY OF HARRY SODEN

 

            WHEREAS, the Governing Body of the Borough of Englishtown wishes to record its deep sorrow over the passing of Harry Soden; and

 

            WHEREAS, Harry Soden devoted his life to the Borough of Englishtown; and

 

            WHEREAS, the Governing Body is grateful for his many contributions as an outstanding citizen in our community; and

 

            WHEREAS, Harry Soden’s service was given with such devotion that he has earned the respect, admiration and friendship of all the citizens of our community through his professional leadership and dedication.

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that in recognition of Harry Soden’s contributions to the Governing Body, the municipality and its citizens, we hereby express our deep appreciation to his service to this community and extend his family our sincere sympathy upon his passing.

 

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a certified true copy of this resolution be forwarded to the family of Harry Soden and be included in the official minutes of the Governing Body of the Borough of Englishtown.

 

Offered By:            C/Robilotti

 

Seconded By:         C/Carr

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:     C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:   None

                Absent:    None

               Abstain:    None

 

BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

RESOLUTION NO. 2009-186

 

AUTHORIZING REFUND OF OLD PLANNING BOARD ESCROW AND ENGINEERING INSPECTION ACCOUNTS

 

            WHEREAS, after reviewing the Planning Board Escrow and Engineering Inspection Accounts held by the Borough, the Chief Financial Officer acknowledges that there are several old accounts retaining a balance after being deemed complete, and

 

            WHEREAS, the Planning Board Engineer submitted a memo dated 9/23/09 indicating that the escrow and inspection billings for these projects are complete and there are no outstanding accounts receivable against these accounts, therefore funds can be returned to the appropriate applicant, and

 

            WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the Chief Financial Officer to refund the balance to said applicant,

 

            NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown, County of Monmouth, and State of New Jersey that it hereby authorizes the release of monies to the applicant for the following Planning Board Escrow and Engineering Inspection Accounts:

 

      PLANNING BOARD ESCROW ACCOUNT

 

                                                          Account #          Amount

1.                  Englishtown Automotive      54797              $1,000.00

2.                  Fernando Jorge                    2104               $   200.00

3.                  Franklin Autobody               9438               $2,042.50

4.                  Hair Systems                       2711                $   993.50

5.                  Jan Data                              5254                $1,669.00

6.                  Jill & Richard Kielbasa        9079                $   297.00

7.                  Leon Marter                        8555                $   835.00

8.                  Peter McNulty                    1262                $     65.00

9.                  Thomas Reiley, Jr.               9336                $     39.00

 

ENGINEERING INSPECTION ACCOUNT

 

                                                                    Account #                      Amount

1.      Englishtown Industrial Park            48464                      $1,315.53

2.      Jan Data                                          5254                      $1,580.00

 

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a certified true copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Borough Engineer, Chief Financial Officer and Planning Board Applicants.

 

Offered By:            C/Rucker

 

Seconded By:          C/Carr

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:               C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:            None

                Absent:            None

               Abstain:            None

 

BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

RESOLUTION NO. 2009-187

 

AUTHORIZING REFUND OF VENDOR FEE TO

FALL FESTIVAL VENDOR

 

            WHEREAS, Lena Carazza of Papa D’s was scheduled to be a food vendor at the Englishtown Street Party scheduled for October 17, 2009 and unfortunately now, due to a new state mandate, her equipment is now considered not sufficient, enabling participation in the Englishtown Street Party; and

 

            WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the Public Events Committee Chairperson that Lena Carazza of Papa D’s, 77 Slater Blvd Staten Island, N.Y. 10305 is entitled to a refund of $75.00.

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown, County of Monmouth, and State of New Jersey that the above refund is hereby approved.

 

Offered By:            C/Robilotti

 

Seconded By:          C/Cooke

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:    C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:  None

                Absent:  None

               Abstain:  None

 

BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

RESOLUTION NO. 2009-188

 

APPOINTMENT OF CLEAN COMMUNITIES WORKER

 

WHEREAS, the Borough of Englishtown has received a grant for the purpose of promoting the Clean Communities Program;

 

             WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the Department of Public Works Supervisor for Stanley Matthews of Marlboro, N.J. to fill the position of Clean Communities Worker

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the

Borough of Englishtown, County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey that Stanley Matthews of Marlboro, N.J. shall be appointed as a Clean Communities Worker as follows:

 

1.         Paid $10.00 per hour.

2.         Four hours per day, four days per week; total of 16 hours per week.

3.         Shall be under the direction of the Public Works Supervisor.

4.                  Appointment shall be effective October 15, 2009

 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a certified true copy of this resolution be forwarded to Stanley Matthews and the Borough Chief Financial Officer.

 

Offered By:            C/Leonardis

 

Seconded By:          C/Robilotti

 

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:     C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:    None

                Absent:    None

               Abstain:    C/Carr

 

BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

RESOLUTION NO. 2009-189

 

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN OPEN PUBLIC RECORDS

RECORDS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SHARED SERVICES

AGREEMENT WITH THE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH

 

            WHEREAS, under the New Jersey Uniform Shared Services and Consolidation Act, namely C. 40A:65-1, et seq., local units, such as the County of Monmouth and this Municipality, may enter into shared services agreements with each other; and

 

            WHEREAS, the County of Monmouth has entered into an agreement with Sunrise Systems, Inc. (“Sunrise”), whereby the County is licensed to access and use Sunrise’s web-based system known as the Open Public Records Search System – Records Information Management (“OPRS-RIM”); and

 

            WHEREAS, under the terms of its agreement with Sunrise, the County of Monmouth may sublicense access and use of OPRS-RIM to municipalities within Monmouth County; and

 

            WHEREAS, the County of Monmouth, has offered to enter into a shared services agreement with this Municipality, whereby this Municipality will be authorized as a sublicensee to access and use OPRS-RIM; and

 

            WHEREAS, a copy of the agreement is attached to this resolution; and

 

            WHEREAS, the OPRS-RIM provides for the Inventory Management, Retention Management, and Disposition Management of official records and includes an imaging module that permits the scanning of paper records into TIFF images, which may be stored long-term, searched and retrieved electronically.

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the governing body of this Municipality that the Mayor and Municipal Clerk be and they are hereby authorized to enter into the proposed OPRS-RIM shared services agreement with the County of Monmouth.

 

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that there is no need for a certification of available funds for the period of September 1, 2009 through August 31, 2010, since this Municipality’s obligation will be paid through a PARIS grant obtained by the County of Monmouth.

 

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if and when funds are required from this Municipality to pay for its continued participation in the OPRS-RIM agreement, the Chief Financial Officer shall file a certification of available funds, identifying the budget line item(s) and amount(s) certified.

 

Offered By:            C/Robilotti

 

Seconded By:          C/Leonardis

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:       C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:     None

                Absent:     None

               Abstain:     None

 

BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

RESOLUTION NO.  2009-190

 

                        WAIVING DEVELOPERS FEES FOR 31 PARK AVENUE

 

            WHEREAS, on January 17, 1992 permit number ET – 02-92 was issued for the construction of a warehouse; and

 

            WHEREAS, on September 4, 1999 permit number ET – 123 – 99 was issued to the construction of offices; and  

 

            WHEREAS, subsequently, the Borough of Englishtown passed Ordinance No. 2006 - 20 on November 8, 2006 requiring developers’ fees to be paid in accordance with COAH regulations; and

 

            WHEREAS, the owners were advised by the construction code official that they would be required to pay such fees in order to finally obtain the Certificate of Occupancy that should have been granted prior to the passing of the ordinance.

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown that the Borough will waive collection of these fees for this project and so advise the construction code official serving the Borough to issue the Certificate of Occupancy without the payment of the fees.

 

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a certified copy of this resolution shall be provided to the State of New Jersey, Department of Community Affairs Construction Official, Tax Assessor, Municipal Housing Liaison, and the owner of 31 Park Avenue. 

 

Offered By:            C/Robilotti

 

Seconded By:          C/Carr

 

 Roll Call:   Ayes:     C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:    None

                Absent:    None

               Abstain:    None

 

BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

RESOLUTION NO. 2009-191

 

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

COUNTY OF MONMOUTH, STATE OF NEW JERSEY

AUTHORIZING THE APPROVAL OF DEPARTMENT REQUISITIONS

 

            WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council have carefully examined all requisitions presented to the Borough for the processing into purchase orders; and

 

            WHEREAS, after due consideration of the said requisitions, the Mayor and Council have approved processing of same.

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown, County of Monmouth, as follows:

 

1.      The said approved requisitions amounting to the sum of $2,891.39

are hereby authorized to be processed into purchase orders on October 14, 2009.

 

2.        The Borough Clerk is hereby directed to list on the page in the

Minutes Book following the minutes of this meeting all of the said requisitions hereby authorized to be processed into purchase orders.

 

Offered By:            C/Robilotti

 

Seconded By:          C/Carr

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:      C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:    None

                Absent:    None

               Abstain:    None

 

BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

RESOLUTION NO. 2009-192

 

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

COUNTY OF MONMOUTH, STATE OF NEW JERSEY

AUTHORIZING THE PAYMENT OF BOROUGH BILLS

 

            WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council have carefully examined all vouchers presented to the Borough for the payment of claims; and

 

            WHEREAS, after due consideration of the said vouchers, the Mayor and Council have approved payment of same.

 

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown, County of Monmouth, as follows:

 

            1.   The said approved vouchers amounting to the sum of $179,707.94

                   are hereby authorized to be paid on October 14, 2009.

 

2.       The Borough Clerk is hereby directed to list on the page in the

Minutes Book following the minutes of this meeting all of the said vouchers hereby authorized to be paid.

 

Offered By:            C/Robilotti

 

Seconded By:          C/Carr

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:      C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:   None

                Absent:   None

               Abstain:   None

 

Public Portion

 

Mayor Reynolds opens the floor to the public for discussion on anything they wish to bring to the attention to the governing body.

 

Isabelle Lewis, Park Avenue – commends C/Carr for her efforts in helping with the situation with her home and the County.  Questions the alarm registration fee. 

 

Barbara Kuchinski, Hamilton St. – questions C/Robilotti on what she’s done re: shared services and if she’s spoke with Roger (last name inaudible) from Monmouth Co. Shared Services.  He works with towns to see what is available to them.

 

Kathy Bien, Main St.- addresses her concerns regarding the Jewel Ridge project.

 

There being no further questions or comments, a motion to close the public portion was offered by C/Rucker and seconded by C/Carr.   Passed unanimously.

 

Mayor Reynolds states during executive session, we have made decisions to cut in certain areas.  Resolution No. 2009-193 is added to tonight’s agenda at this time, which addresses the cuts that will take place.  In addition there will be an accelerated tax sale.  Mayor Reynolds explains what an accelerated tax sale is at this time.  This resolution will be on the next meeting agenda.

 

 BOROUGH OF ENGLISHTOWN

RESOLUTION NO. 2009-193

 

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COST SAVING MEASURES

 

            WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown in preparing for its 2010 Budget year have made the following budgetary cuts:

 

·        All non union employees to be furloughed one day per pay period;

·        Mayor and Council salaries to be cut by 10%;

·        Co-pay for medical insurance shall be raised from $10.00 to $20.00;

·        Recreation Department annual funding of $4,000.00 to be cut;

·        Deputy Court Administrator position shall be changed from a full time position to a part time position with an estimated 10 hour work week; and

 

WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council also authorize the tax collector to prepare the necessary resolution to have an accelerated tax sale for November 2009 property taxes and water/sewer bills that are delinquent eleven days past their due date.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown that the above budgetary cost saving measures are approved and shall become effective January 1, 2010 and the tax collector is authorized to prepare necessary resolution to have an accelerated tax sale.

 

Offered By:            C/Carr

 

Seconded By:          C/Robilotti

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:     C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:   None

                Absent:   None

               Abstain:   None

 

C/Wojyn states his concern regarding Manalapan’s Affordable Housing Development proposed to go up off of Wood Avenue.  The proposed development would house 10 three-story buildings and would bring approximately 600 people into our immediate area. Asks for the support of Englishtown residents to attend Manalapan’s Council Meeting scheduled for Nov 9th or 10th to address any concerns they may have.

 

Executive Session

 

Mayor Reynolds stated pursuant to N.J.S.A. 10 4-12B be it resolved by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown, County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey as follows whereas N.J.S.A. 10 4-12B of the Open Public Meetings Act of the State of New Jersey permits exclusion of the public from those portions of the meetings in which matters authorized to be discussed in Executive Session under the cited statute will be reviewed and discussed; and

 

            Whereas, the Governing Body concludes that the public must be excluded from the discussion of the following matters of personnel; and

 

            Therefore, be it resolved by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Englishtown, County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey, as follows, 1) Hereby authorizes Executive Session for the purpose of discussing above matters with N.J.S.A. 10 4-12B, 2) Anticipated at this time that the matters to be discussed in Executive Session will be discussed in Public not earlier than the next regular meeting of the Governing Body, 3) It is anticipated that the Executive Session last not longer than one-half hour,  4) There exists the possibility that action may be taken upon conclusion of the Executive Session when the meeting returns to open.

 

Offered By:           C/Carr

 

Seconded By:       C/Leonardis

 

Roll Call:   Ayes:    C/Carr, C/Cooke, C/Leonardis, C/Robilotti, C/Rucker, C/Wojyn

                   Nays:  None

                Absent:  None   

               Abstain:  None

 

The time being 8:37 P.M.

 

There being no further business in Executive Session, a motion to return to open session was offered by C/Robilotti, seconded by C/Carr. Passed unanimously.

 

The time being 8:44 P.M.

 

Adjournment

There being no further business a motion to adjourn was offered by C/Carr, seconded by C/Robilotti. Passed unanimously.

 

The time being 8:44 P.M.

 

 ___December 14, 2009_____                                          ________________________

Approved by Governing Body                                          Municipal Clerk