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TOWNSHIP OF MAHWAH
WORK SESSION MEETING MINUTES
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2002


The meeting was called to order at 8:00PM by Council President Spiech who read the Open Public Meetings Act Statement as prescribed by law. Notice was advertised in The Record on July 12, 2002 stating this meeting would be held in the Municipal Offices, 300B Route 17 South, Mahwah, New Jersey on Thursday, September 19, 2002 at 8:00PM.

Notice of this meeting is posted on the Municipal Bulletin Board. The minutes of this meeting shall be available in the Municipal Clerk’s Office.

Salute to the Flag.

Present: Councilmembers Calandrillo, DaPuzzo, DiGiulio, Kelly, Paton and Spiech.
Absent: Councilwoman Richter.

Also present were Business Administrator Brian Campion, Township Attorney Menelaos Toskos, Township Engineer Kevin Boswell, Township Engineer’s Associate Michael Kelly, Township Utility Engineer Justin Mahon, Township Utility Engineer’s Associate Vishal Shah and Deputy Municipal Clerk Margaret Kennedy.

5b. Request to Remove Trees; 57 Trommel Drive
Spiech stated this is a request from the property owner for the removal of twenty five trees, of which six are dead. The property owner will replace six of the trees.

Mrs. Lisa Patire of 57 Trommel Drive was present. Mrs. Patire has hired a tree specialist to remove trees on her property and at that time found out a permit is required. Mrs. Patire is concerned for her four dogs and family as she plans to fence in the entire back yard. Mrs. Patire explained in several years she and her husband plan to install an inground pool and erect a shed. They feel it would be better to install the fence now instead of waiting. Mrs. Patire is requesting permission to remove a total of twenty-five trees. Of the twenty-five, six trees are dead. The dead trees will be replaced.

Paton reminded Mrs. Patire of the Township Ordinances on placement of a shed on her property. Mrs. Patire said she is aware of that.

Calandrillo asked if the six replacement trees would be planted in the front yard. Mrs. Patire answered the trees would be planted in both the front and back yard.

On a motion by DaPuzzo, seconded by Calandrillo, Resolution will be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002 allowing the cutting of the twenty-five trees and replacing with six trees. Roll call vote: Calandrillo, yes; DaPuzzo, yes; DiGiulio, yes; Kelly, yes; Paton, yes; Richter, absent; Spiech, yes.


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Paton recommended notifying Real Estate Agents of the various permits required including information on the web page and presenting a Welcome Package to new homeowners. Spiech recommended the Communications Sub-Committee prepare the package.

PRESENTATION; SEBASTIAN/BERKEY, LLC
Mr. Harold C. Herskowitz, Senior Vice President of Senior LifeCare LLC, John Sebastian and Frank Berkey of Sebastian/Berkey LLC were present.

Mr. Herskowitz presented Council with plans for a Senior Day Care Center at Commodore Perry School. Mr. Herskowitz said the Center would run five days per week, Monday through Friday from 8:30AM to 5:30PM and would be closed Saturday and Sunday. The first floor would be used for Adult Day Care and Activities. The second floor would be a Rehabilitation Center, Consultation Center and Dental Area.

Spiech stated the parking lot across from Commodore Perry School does not go with the property. Mr. Herskowitz stated he is aware of that.

Mr. Herskowitz stated a van service will be provided for the people which will minimize vehicle traffic.

Spiech asked Mr. Herskowitz if they are anticipating the use of Township ambulances. Mr. Herskowitz stated ambulance service would not be needed as they have full time nurse staffing.

Paton asked Mr. Berkey if the Board of Education is aware of what they are planning to do with the property. Mr. Berkey said no.

DaPuzzo asked how many employees would be at the facility. Mr. Herskowitz answered a one to nine ratio approximately 15 employees. DaPuzzo stated that would be approximately 135 Participants. Mr. Herskowitz said of the 135 Participants, there would be a maximum of 100 Participants present at any one time. DaPuzzo asked how many people would be bused. Mr. Herskowitz said 99 3/4% would be bused.

Mr. John Sebastian arrived at 8:10PM.

DiGiulio asked if anyone would be living there and also if there would be night meetings. Mr. Herskowitz said no one would be living at the Center and meetings may possibly take place with the Caregivers in the evenings helping them go through the adjustment period and explaining the aging process.



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Calandrillo asked if this is an alternative for in home care. Mr. Herskowitz stated yes. Calandrillo asked where the Participants go when they come to the Center. Mr. Herskowitz stated the Participants would get breakfast and then they would have choice of which activities they would like to attend such as computers and e-mail, etc.

Kelly asked if this facility would be for Mahwah residents or would they go outside of Mahwah. Mr. Herskowitz stated it depends on the demand. Kelly asked what percent would be Mahwah residents. Mr. Herskowitz stated the majority would be Mahwah residents. Kelly asked if there are any facilities close to Mahwah. Mr. Herskowitz stated there is one facility in Bergenfield which has been open for one and half years with approximately 115 Participants.

DaPuzzo asked the square footage of the Mahwah facility. Mr. Berkey stated approximately 30,000 square feet. DaPuzzo asked the size of the facility in Bergenfield. Mr. Herskowitz stated the facility in Bergenfield is approximately 13,000 to 14,000 square feet.

Spiech asked the size of the Center planned in Mahwah. Mr. Sebastian stated they are planning on using only the first floor. Spiech asked how much is covered by Medicaid. Mr. Herskowitz stated $63.00 a day is covered for Adult Day Care.

DaPuzzo questioned since the facility is planned to be open only Monday through Friday would this also include Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Herskowitz said the Caregivers do not want to use the facility on Saturday and Sunday. The facility may be open on Saturday, in the event they schedule trips. Additionally, Medicaid would not pay for more than five days a week.

Calandrillo questioned the costs for the care. Mr. Herskowitz said the cost is between $65. and $70. daily and payable through Medicare. He continued by stating the facility can not charge more than Medicaid pays as they must accept assignment

DiGiulio asked if there would be dental care given at the facility. Mr. Herskowitz stated there would be independent practitioners. For any x-rays and dental work, the people would be transported to the Dentist. The facility would not have doctors’ offices on the site. Mr. Herskowitz stated the Day Care Center requires licenses from the State of New Jersey Health and Senior Services.

Spiech said there won’t be any doctor’s office on site. Mr. Herskowitz said correct. Spiech stated the proposal would be required to be heard in the Planning Board.

Straw poll vote on conceptual use of this facility: Calandrillo, yes; DaPuzzo, yes; DiGiulio, yes; Kelly, yes; Paton, yes; Richter, absent; Spiech, yes.


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Mr. Sebastian stated he did speak with Mr. Blueglass about the facility over the summer.

SUBMISSION OF BILLS AND CLAIMS
Any Councilmember with questions on any of the Bills and Claims was asked to contact Administration prior to the September 26, 2002 Public Meeting.

APPROVAL OF SELECT BILLS
The Business Administrator requested some major bills for construction projects that were completed before Labor Day be considered for payment.

On a motion by Calandrillo, seconded by Kelly, the Select Bills, totaling $1,608,226.50, were approved. All in favor. Motion carried. A list of Select Bills is on file in the Municipal Clerk’s Office.

ENGINEERING (Boswell-McClave)
1a. Ramapo Centre Developers LLC; MacArthur Boulevard/Glasmere Road/Ridge Road; Block 138, Lot 151.01; Request of Release of Performance Guarantee (Dkt. #342)
The Township Engineer recommended release of the performance guarantee. Resolution shall be prepared for the September 26, 2002 Public Meeting.

1b. Ambassador Place LLC; Hopper Court and Ackerman Drive; Block 169, Lots 12, 14 through 16, 22 through 29, 34 through 36 and Block 176, Lots 1 through 11 and 13; Request for Release of Performance Guarantee (Dkt. #132)
The Township Engineer recommended release of the performance guarantee. Resolution shall be prepared for the September 26, 2002 Public Meeting.

1c. Mahwah Library; HVAC System Update
The Township Engineer stated there are four areas to be corrected at the Library for an additional cost of $2,000.00. Spiech asked if this will be final cost. The Township Engineer replied yes.

Paton asked if work is to be completed in the ladies and men’s room. Kelly asked if any of these charges can go back to the Contractor. Spiech said this item may be discussed in Closed Session this evening. Resolution shall be prepared for the September 26, 2002 Public Meeting.

1d. Verbal
DiGiulio questioned the status of the Fardale Avenue Overpass - Culvert. The Township Engineer stated plans are in Administration for review.



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DiGiulio questioned the status of Veteran’s Park. The Township Engineer stated the plans are not back from the County. Plans for Miller Road and Franklin Turnpike intersection have not been completed. DiGiulio requested the Township Engineer notify her when the plans for Veteran’s Park are complete so she can plan a Beautification Meeting.

DiGiulio questioned the intersection of Wyckoff Avenue and Forest Road. The Township Engineer stated the permits are expected to be issued, right-of-ways obtained and funding for 2003 from Bergen County. DiGiulio asked if the drainage will be contained so the brook does not get more water. The Township Engineer stated there are down stream improvements.

Paton requested a turn lane into the library driveway. The Township Engineer stated they have looked at stripping, not at the Library, but at Ridge School and Lenape Meadows for this purpose. A meeting will be scheduled with the Police Department.

Calandrillo stated the “no parking” signs on Ridge Road were knocked over. Administration will check with the Police Department.

Kelly asked if there will be re-striping on the East Ramapo overpass. The Township Engineer said he will speak with the Police Department.

Paton requested double lines be painted from the A&P Shopping Center into Stephens Lane as this is a high traffic area. The Township Engineer shall look into the additional painting.

Campion stated “no parking” ordinance is on the west side of Ridge Road, from West Ramapo Avenue to Ramsey Borough line. There is only parking on the east side of Ridge Road.

5a. Mountain Avenue; Discussion
The Council President stated the residents along Mountain Avenue feel they are not being treated fair by the Township. There appears to be some grey areas as there was no information in the packet from the Township Engineer.

The Township Attorney said the Ordinance dated back to 1930 vacationing Mountain Avenue and is uncertain as to what action the Council can take. This item was heard through the Planning Board. Spiech asked if this can be a hardship as the road was vacated in 1930 and a subdivision was granted in 1988. Township Attorney said there are a lot of issues here. The subdivision land locks the property so the only access is through Mountain Avenue.

The Township Attorney said you can not vacate a road and isolate property owners. If the subdivision took place prior to the vacating of the road, it would be clear they would have the


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right to use the road. The Township Attorney stated he does not know all facts and is unsure of the basis of opinions that was from the Planning Board and also does not know what Council can do at this point.

Elaine Kownacki of 1518 Faulkner Court was present to speak on behalf of Helen Kownacki owner of Lot 19, Emily Kownacki owner of Lot 18 and Ms. Ostrowski owner of Lots 20 and 21 which all border Mountain Avenue. Ms. Kownacki said there is not a lot of area on Mountain Avenue to turn a vehicle around. A United Parcel truck went up Mountain Avenue and had to back down the hill. Ms. Kownacki received a Site Plan from Carol Wiley and the cul-de-sac was not listed on the plan and without the cul-de-sac, there is not enough frontage. Ms. Kownacki showed map #8596 to Council which was signed off by the County Clerk. According to this map, there are certain inconsistencies on it along with the Site Plan. On Map #8596 Mountain Avenue is not indicated to be a private street, but on the resolution passed in 2000 declares the road to be a private street. Ms. Kownacki asked if the road is not private, do the property owners get all the town services afforded to them. The church is right on Mountain Avenue. They asked for access to Mountain Avenue, but were denied. She said the church could take down a fence and put down gravel, and then they would have access and would it be a private road or public road. Also on the map is the question of the drainage easement. According to the resolution in 1988 if access was not gained through North Railroad Avenue then access would have to be through Mountain Avenue. The map indicated 115 feet, but 115 feet does not hook up anywhere on Mountain Avenue, it should be something like 200 feet, which is considerably higher. According to the Site Plan there were the sewer hook-up to the drainage easement of lot 34. Ms. Kownacki was informed when it comes to hook-ups for sewer, drainage or water, there has to be a certain distance apart of about 10 feet horizontally. She asked was there a variance approved for this. Spiech said he did not see anything in the packet regarding a variance so there may not be such a document as Council requested all the information regarding Mountain Avenue be provided to them.

Paton asked Ms. Kownacki what do you want the Council to do. Is she objecting to the cul-de-sac? Ms. Kownacki stated she wants the road to remain vacated. Paton asked Administration to get in touch with the Code Enforcement Officer and the Township Engineer and find out if things are going on without permits.

Mrs. Emily Kownacki stated there was a time she could see trees and shrubs, the trees and shrubs were cut down and now they have a view of the A & P Shopping Center.

Spiech stated the Applicant has to run gas and water down Mountain Avenue and pay its fair
share of the cost of improving Mountain Avenue. Ms. Kownacki said the drainage is coming down in the easement.


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Ms. Kownacki stated the property owners do not want Mountain Avenue developed. They want it kept closed. If the road becomes developed they want all township standards affording them to the full amenities that other roads in the town have such as sewer lines and gas lines. If they try to sell their lots there would be problems as there are no services in the street.

Ms. Kownacki stated their property taxes have been increased 400%. The property is now being
taxed as a buildable, saleable lot which they are not. She said if she tried to sell the lot she would have a problem because someone is responsible to dig the sewers. She continued by saying if you can’t fight progress than we would like some consistency and due process.

Kelly asked Ms. Kownacki was there not a point in time when the amount of taxes being
paid increased and you believed the increase in your taxes was for the portion of the property which was in fact Mountain Avenue? Ms. Kownacki answers “no”, she felt the increase in property tax came because Mountain Avenue was now being opened up as a road and the Reval people came in and decided that the property was undervalued and the taxes went up. Ms. Kownack said when the lot was purchased it was purchased in the term as “excess property” and was valued at that. Now it is being valued as build able/saleable lot and that is their objection, because that is simply not true.

Ms. Kownacki stated in 1999 the Lot Owners went to the Planning Board and told them that they had never been notified of the development of Mountain Avenue. But it wasn’t until 2002 that the Lot Owners found out about the development and it was by accident that the Tax Assessor unofficially told them what was going to happen.

Kelly asked “who’s watching the store”. It seems we have a road being built and is anyone
overseeing it to make sure its being done properly. Has the Municipal Engineer gone to the
road and check it. This is something that has to be asked. It appears that there are so many unanswered questions here.

Shirley Sochulak, mother of Kenneth Sochulak, who lives at 46 North Railroad Avenue lives directly below Mountain Avenue. If too much dirt is removed, her son’s property would be flooded.

The Township Attorney stated the owners could reopen this matter. He further recommended Ms. Kownacki write a letter to the Planning Board advising them of these discrepancies and request to come before them with these issues.

DiGiulio would like the Township Attorney to talk with the Planning Board Attorney. Spiech agreed with DiGiulio.


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Spiech recommended the Township Attorney to speak with the Planning Board Attorney regarding this issue.

LEGAL
3a. Litigation Report (Closed Session)

3b. Steep Slope Ordinance; Discussion (DaPuzzo)
Item carried.

ADMINISTRATION
4a. Mayor’s Proclamation; “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF” - October 31, 2002
Proclamation will be read at Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

4b. Mayoral Appointment to the Environmental Commission
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

4c. Mayoral Appointment to the Board of Health
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

4d. Quotation; Bid #MTB-02-24: Used Furniture Move/Storage/Move
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

4e. Award of Bid #MTB-02-26: Heavy Duty Walk-In Rescue Fire Apparatus
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

4f. Award of Bid: Church Street Curbs Removed

4g. Award of Contract; 2002 Employee Physicals
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

4h. Rockland Electric Company; Right-of-Way - Route 202 Recreation Facility
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

4i. Assignment of Tax Sale Certificate; Block 164, Lot 24
DaPuzzo requested the assessment and the amount on Tax Sale Certificate. Administrator shall provide. Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

4j. Status Report; Municipal Building
The Business Administrator stated the municipal building is proceeding as previously reported.


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Paton asked when will the building be enclosed. The Business Administrator answered by the end of this month.

4k. Status Report; Continental Soldiers Park
Council concurred to include the names of the Council that are seating now on the plaque for the building at the Route 202 Recreation Facility. Spiech recommended including another plaque with the list of the Sub-Committee.

4l. Endorsement of Bergen County Open Space/Historic Preservation Application; Ramapo Reformed Church
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

4li. Community Development Block Grant FY-2003
Three resolutions shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002 for the Endorsement of Community Development Block Grant Applications for Senior Citizen Equipment, Fire House Company #1 and Services for the Senior Citizens Center.

4m. Proposals; Hepatitis B Shots and Tuberculosis Shots
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

TOWNSHIP COUNCIL/MUNICIPAL CLERK
5a. Mountain Avenue; Discussion
This item discussed earlier in the meeting.

5b. Request to Remove Trees; 57 Trommel Drive
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.

5c. Communications Sub-Committee; Discussion (Paton)
Paton stated a Communications Sub-Committee Meeting was held on August 13, 2002. The next meeting is tentative for September 28, 2002 at 9:00AM. Paton is waiting for response from three individuals with regard to the September 28, 2002 meeting date and will keep Council informed.

Spiech would like the Township Council Meetings video taped.

DiGiulio stated she would like the Township Council Agendas faxed to the Library. Spiech stated the Township Council Agendas are faxed to the Library.

The Business Administrator said a camera will be installed in the new building which will allow either live or tape broadcast of the meetings. He further stated the phone system will have a semi automated phone message and voice mail system. Also there will be an operator for assistance if


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required.

Kelly stated that with the Access to Public Records Act, you are required to keep a record of e-mails.

5d. Raffle Applications
1. George Washington School H.S.O. (On Premise, 50/50)
2. George Washington School H.S.O. (On Premise)
3. H.S.O. Ramapo Ridge (Off Premise)
4. Bergen Raiders Soccer Club
Raffles to be voted on later at the meeting.

5e. Recognition; 2002 National Junior Olympic Winners from Township
Individual Resolutions shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002. Spiech requested the resolutions be framed and each child presented with the Township pin.

APPROVAL OF RAFFLE APPLICATIONS
On a motion by Calandrillo, seconded by Paton, Raffle Applications for George Washington School H.S.O. (On Premise, 50/50), George Washington School H.S.O. (On Premise) and Bergen Raiders Soccer Club were approved. Roll call vote: Calandrillo, yes; DaPuzzo, yes; DiGiulio, yes; Kelly, yes; Paton, yes; Richter, absent; Spiech, yes.

On a motion by Calandrillo, seconded by DiGiulio, the Raffle Application for H.S.O. Ramapo Ridge (Off Premise) was approved. Roll call vote: Calandrillo, yes; DaPuzzo, recused, DiGiulio, yes; Kelly, yes; Paton, yes; Richter, absent; Spiech, yes.

PUBLIC PORTION
On a motion by DaPuzzo, seconded by Kelly, the meeting was opened to the public at 11:15PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Mrs. Gretchen Heaney of 282 Airmont Avenue asked the number of children participating in sports in Mahwah. The Business Administrator stated that the number of participants in each sport can be provided.

Mr. Craig Meyers of 110 Deerfield Terrace questioned the process of Stage V Sewers. The
Business Administrator stated that at present Administration has received 50% of the Sewer Survey Questionnaires from people in the area of Deerfield Terrace and unsewered streets for the Stage V Surveys as of September 19th.

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requested the majority of the residents wanting sewers on a particular street in order to go forward. If the majority did not want sewers, the Township would not sewer that street.

Mr. Meyers asked the assessment for Phase IV. The Business Administrator stated a meeting will be held with the Sewer Assessment Committee in November or December to review each resident and the assessment will be determined at that time.

Kelly would like the information regarding the sewers to go in the newspaper.

Calandrillo asked if second letters will be sent to the residents who did not respond. DaPuzzo stated a second letter should be sent. The Business Administrator stated that a second letter will be sent to the residents living in Stage V Sewer area.

Mrs. Irma Santaiti of 243 Airmont Avenue questioned the Ordinances that are on the Agenda and explanation of the title. The Business Administrator stated that the full title of an Ordinance is included on the Public Meeting Agenda. Mrs. Santaiti asked how residents can obtain copies of the minutes. Spiech answered once the minutes are approved they are placed on the web page. Mrs. Santaiti asked when the Agenda is on the web page. The Business Administrator stated the Agenda is on the web page on Monday prior to the Council Meeting.

Mrs. Santaiti stated she wrote a letter to the Mayor and Council on August 14, 2002 and is still waiting for a reply.

Mrs. Santaiti would like to see the final design for Airmont Avenue. The Business Administrator said the design is more than 95% complete and design is on file at the Municipal Clerk’s Office.

Mrs. Santaiti questioned the approval of the light at Airmont Avenue and Hilltop Road. The Business Administrator stated since Airmont Avenue is a County road, the County Engineer approved the engineering design for the light.

Kelly questioned if the design phase is in the hands of Bergen County. The Business Administrator stated the design work was submitted by the Township Engineer and the County has to review.

Mrs. Santaiti stated she has a well in her front yard and will the widening of road have an affect on the quality of her water.

Mrs. Santaiti stated there are seven acres on Airmont Avenue for a sport complex. Spiech answered there is the referendum in November. Mrs. Santaiti continued by stating she does not feel this is the place for the sports complex.



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On a motion by Calandrillo, seconded by DaPuzzo, the meeting was closed to the public at 12:15PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMUNICATIONS
Kelly stated that May Court has not been paved in nine years. The Business Administrator stated the street will be paved in October.

Paton questioned why has it taken nine years to be pave May Court. The Business Administrator stated the final top course is not put on until the final house in finished.

Kelly stated a resident of 8 South Railroad Avenue had requested three years ago for painting of the parking lot at the train station. He was told three or four weeks ago something would be done and nothing was done. The Business Administrator stated that an easement is required into the parking lot.

Kelly requested drainage concerns for Devine Drive and Rae Avenue be included in the budget process. The Business Administrator stated that the Rae Avenue homeowner does not want to give an easement, but would like to go through Vanderbeek. Spiech stated the Army Corps. of Engineers will do work only for a 40 year flood.

DiGiulio requested the Council to prepare the resolution that Franklin Lakes recently passed, One Nation Under God.

DiGiulio stated she is in receipt of a $300.00 check from Mrs. Carole Greene for the Beautification Sub-Committee.

Spiech stated notification received from Chief Batelli regarding input on Pond Meadows. The Department of Transportation does not agree with the draft Ordinance from Pond Meadows. A letter should be sent to Pond Meadows indicating that.

UTILITY ENGINEER (Malcolm Pirnie)
2a. 20 In Water Main; Authorization of Additional Engineering Services; Malcolm Pirnie
(Closed Session)

Spiech recused himself at 12:45AM, DiGiulio took over the meeting.

2b. Stage 4 Sanitary Sewer Project; Authorization of Additional Engineering Services;
Malcom Pirnie
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of September 26, 2002.



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Spiech returned at 12:48AM.

2c. Bedford Road/Deerfield Terrace; Stage 5 Sewers; Discussion
Discussed earlier in the meeting.

CLOSED SESSION
On a motion by DaPuzzo, seconded by Kelly, Council went into Closed Session at 12:50AM for the express purposes of discussing Litigation with Viola Contracting Company; 20 Inch Water Main; Authorization of Additional Engineering Services - Malcolm Pirnie and the Litigation Report. All in favor. Motion carried.

On a motion by DaPuzzo, seconded by Calandrillo, Council returned to opened session at 1:10AM. All in favor. Motion carried.

On a motion by DaPuzzo, seconded by Calandrillo, the meeting was adjourned at 1:11AM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Respectfully submitted,


Margaret L. Kennedy, RMC
Deputy Municipal Clerk



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