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TOWNSHIP OF MAHWAH
WORK SESSION MEETING MINUTES
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2003


The meeting was called to order at 8:00PM by Council President Richter who read the Open Public Meetings Act Statement as prescribed by law. Notice was advertised in The Record on July 14, 2003 stating this meeting would be held on Thursday, November 6, 2003 at 8:00PM in the Council Chambers at the Municipal Offices, 475 Corporate Drive, Mahwah, New Jersey.

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 DaPuzzo, DiGiulio, Richter and Spiech.

Absent: Councilmembers Calandrillo, Kelly and Paton.

Also present were Business Administrator Brian Campion, Township Attorney Menelaos Toskos, Township Engineer Kevin Boswell at 9:15PM, Township Engineer’s Representative Michael Kelly, Township Utility Engineer Justin Mahon, Township Utility Engineer’s Representative Vishal Shah and Deputy Municipal Clerk Margaret L. Kennedy.

SUBMISSION OF BILLS AND CLAIMS
Councilmembers were asked to contact Administration with any questions on the Bills and Claims prior to the November 13, 2003 Public Meeting.

PUBLIC PORTION (30 MINUTES)
On a motion by Spiech, seconded by DaPuzzo, the meeting was opened to the public at 8:01PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Mr. Kenneth DeFerrari of 69 Maysenger Road discussed the water situation in the Cragmere section of Mahwah. He would like to support the Township Engineer’s opinion to put enough money in 2004 budget to correct the condition. He said a letter will be submitted to the Township from the residents living in Cragmere endorsing the water problem.

On a motion by DaPuzzo, seconded by Spiech, the meeting was closed to the public at 8:04PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

FRANKLIN TURNPIKE, MILLER ROAD AND VETERANS PARK INTERSECTION; DISCUSSION
Township Engineer’s Representative presented Council with the site plan of the traffic pattern for the improvements at Franklin Turnpike and Miller Road intersection.


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DiGiulio stated Sgt. Sinneave had asked questions at the last Beautification Sub Committee Meeting. Township Engineer’s Representative said they will address all the police comments. DiGiulio questioned the loss of handicapped parking in front of the stores. Township Engineer’s Representative said parking may be increased.

The Business Administrator said if the plan is satisfactory to the Council, the Township Engineer can go to the County Engineer with the design of the roadway intersection.

Spiech questioned on the north side of the park there currently does not exist a sidewalk and on the plan there shows brick pavers. Township Engineer’s Representative said the plan that will be presented to the County will be the traffic configuration. DaPuzzo questioned if the bus stop will be located in the Gulf Station area. Township Engineer’s Representative said yes.

Mr. Ken DeFerrari of 69 Maysenger Road and Member of the Beautification Sub Committee and Transportation Sub Committee, said the County has to approve and accept the proposal for the improvements. He said on the north side of the park there will be a wall. The bus stop will be on Franklin Turnpike by the Gulf Station and also one on Miller Road. The angle parking will stay in, and the parking places near the Gulf Station will no longer be there.

DiGiulio said the road will be widened, but nothing will be taken from the end of the park.

Township Engineer’s Representative said when the plan gets submitted to the County it will be made very clear that it is just for the traffic.

Council concurred they were in agreement for the Traffic Plan be submitted to the County Engineer.

On a motion by Spiech, seconded by DiGiulio, the meeting was opened to the public at 8:22PM to discuss the Franklin Turnpike and Miller Road Intersection only. All in favor. Motion carried.

Mr. Edward Scherer, Landlord of 7 Miller Road, was present. He questioned if the double lights on Franklin Turnpike will be synchronized. Township Engineer’s Representative said yes.

On a motion by Spiech, seconded by DaPuzzo, the meeting was closed to the public at 8:23PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

ENGINEER (Boswell-McClave)
1a. Cragmere Drainage Study; Discussion
Township Engineer’s Representative will meet with the Business Administrator and Director of


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Public Works with regard to the Cragmere Drainage Feasibility Study. Township Engineer’s Representative will work up construction cost and their recommendation with regard to the drainage problems and will come back to Council at the next meeting. The Business Administrator said the Township Engineer will notify Council of the construction cost and also prioritize the work.

Spiech questioned if the Mahwah River will be addressed. Township Engineer’s Representative said they will not push the problem to other areas of Town.

DiGiulio questioned if the Planning Board looks into the drainage for new construction. DaPuzzo said the engineer for the Developer has to present water calculations plans to the Planning Board.

Spiech said he attended a Well Head Protection Seminar today and stated there are new Storm Water Regulations. Township Engineer’s Representative said he is familiar with the new regulations and the Township will receive a packet from the State in the beginning of the new year.

1b. Dial America; 960 MacArthur Boulevard; Block 135.01, Lot 61.02; Request to Release Performance Guarantee (Dkt. #383)
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

1c. Fardale Estates; Matthew Place; Block 162, Lots 223 through 228; Request to Release of Performance Guarantee (Dkt. #110)
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

1d. K Hovnanian at Mahwah IX, Inc.; Cherry Ridge Estates; Stephens Lane, Arthur Court and Olney Road; Block 70, Lot 49; Request Release of Performance Guarantee (Dkt. #107)
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

1e. Datascope Corporation; Macarthur Boulevard and Ridge Road; Block 135.01, Lot 61.051; Request for Maintenance Guarantee Release (Dkt. #381)
Township Engineer’s Representative recommended the Maintenance Guarantee be extended as several items of the site plan work are unsatisfactory. Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

1f. Route 202 Recreational Improvement; Additional Engineering Services
Township Engineer’s Representative said this is for extras since the Contractor delayed the project and the Engineer had to over see the work. Spiech asked if this is the last for extra


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services. Township Engineer’s Representative said yes. Spiech asked if the drainage work is being done by Township. Township Engineer’s Representative has to check with the Township Engineer. Spiech asked about the progress with the security gate. Township Engineer’s Representative will report back to Council. The Business Administrator said the security gate was one item that was not completed by AIC. The Township will deal directly with the Contractor to have the work completed.

DiGiulio asked if the drainage has been fixed. The Business Administrator said the drainage has not been corrected. DiGiulio feels the drainage problem is an engineering problem and wants to know when this will be corrected. Township Engineer’s Representative will review with Township Engineer. Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

LEGAL
3b. Peterson Place; Estimate to Improve Roadway; Discussion
Township Engineer’s Representative stated he submitted to Council a report to upgrade the road to Township standards and the costs are noted in the back of the report broken down between road improvements and sidewalk improvements. Richter wants to know if this will be put in our budget or not. Spiech asked how many lots are owned by residents living in Ramsey. Township Engineer’s Representative said there are four lot owners from Ramsey. Spiech said easements would be required. Township Engineer’s Representative said that will be an additional cost.
DaPuzzo requested Township Engineer’s Representative to be certain that the one of the lots would be a legal. Spiech asked if plowing is done on this road. The Business Administrator said no. Richter said only emergency services are provided. DiGiulio said possibly Ramsey will be interested in enhancing the location. The Business Administrator said that before anything is mentioned to Ramsey, Council needs to decide what they plan to do.

The Business Administrator said an assessment could be charged to the owners. Township Attorney said an Ordinance can be adopted to vacate the road.

Spiech said a minor subdivision was done a while ago, one lot became three lots. Richter requested this be checked out. The Business Administrator said he will get the information from the Planning Board.

Richter said this item will be discussed further at a Work Session Meeting of December 11th.

On a motion by Spiech, seconded by DaPuzzo, the meeting was opened to the public at 9:00PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Mr. Scott Makowski of 287 Myrtle Avenue was present. He said the people on Peterson Place want to know who owns the road.

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The Township Attorney said the Deed was never accepted by the Township. A local assessment, joint venture with Ramsey or with general taxation could be done for the improvements.

Mr. Ted Makowski of 180C Peterson Place, Ramsey was present. Mr. Makowski said Peterson Place needs to be resurfaced. Spiech said the Township doesn’t own the road.

The Business Administrator said several items could be considered for the upgrade of Peterson Place: assess each property owner with possibly a joint venture with Ramsey. Mr. Makowski feels the Township should resurface the road, and stated there are eleven families living on Peterson Place. He asked if they could close the road. DaPuzzo said you could put a gate up but you have to give access to anyone that lives on the street.

Richter recommended scheduling this subject at the December 11, 2003 Work Session Meeting.

PRESENTATION OF DONATION TO AMBULANCE CORPS CO. #1, FIRE DEPARTMENT CO. #1 AND MAHWAH PBA
Richter said the Mahwah PBA has already received their donation. Township Engineer Kevin Boswell presented a check to Debbie Nelson of Ambulance Corps Co. #1 and to Allen Nelson of Fire Department Co. #1 in appreciation of their help with one of his family members.

ADMINISTRATION
4i. Ramapo Hunt and Polo Club Improvement; Discussion
The Business Administrator said this has been an item that has been discussed several years ago. There are still outstanding items and guarantees.

Township Engineer’s Representative said he has not heard from Rockland Electric with the actual cost for the installation of lights. Spiech stated the last price was $14,000.

Richter stated we need to know the exact number of lights, what the plan calls for and the costs involved.

Spiech suggests the Township could pay up to $14,000. for three lights and any additional amount, the Association pay for it. Spiech also said the Association had come before Council regarding the cracks in the roadway.

DaPuzzo questioned who is responsible for the maintenance and costs of the lighting. The Business Administrator said reimbursement can be in the Kelly Bill and will confirm.

On a motion by Spiech, seconded by DiGiulio, the meeting was opened to the public at 9:23PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

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On a motion by Spiech, seconded by DiGiulio, the meeting was opened to the public at 9:23PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Mrs. Paula Frendel of 67 Bridle Path Lane was present. She said the residents would like to have lights installed and have the crack in the road repaired, trees that need to be planted and emergency access. She wants time frame as this has been going for about ten years.

Richter questioned the amount of lights. Mrs. Frendel said three lights are requested.

Spiech recommended the Office of Emergency Management look at the roadway on the Mary Patrick property. The Business Administrator will get back to Council with an answer and also to address the light issue.

ENGINEERING (Boswell-McClave)
1f. Route 202 Recreational Improvement; Additional Engineering Services
Township Engineer stated the land settled and feels that is the reason for flooding regarding the infields. He said there is a difference of between five and six inches. He said we should wait until Spring at least three weeks before the games start to correct the problem.

The Business Administrator said he is concerned about this and it has to be corrected early in the Spring. Township Engineer said you need proper drainage, under drains are not to take water out, but to the take water from below.

1g. Written Status Report
MA 281 Willowbank Court; Stream Cleaning
Township Engineer has received five agreements for the stream cleaning of the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook, which is sufficient to do the job. Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

DaPuzzo said he walked the utility project along Ridge Road. Rockland Electric has been doing work in the area and have removed large boulders. Township Engineer’s Representative said the work was outside of bike bath, boulders are now on private property. The Business Administrator said Rockland Electric has been working on private property. Spiech asked if our bike path is the way it was before. Township Engineer’s Representative said Rockland Electric will cleanup area, and will have a walk through once everything is done. The Business Administrator said Rockland Electric is now milling MacArthur Boulevard.

DiGiulio questioned the grade of the bike path and is it level. Township Engineer’s Representative said it is similar to before and thicker.


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MA 257 Wyckoff Avenue and Forest Road Intersection
Spiech questioned status. Township Attorney said four easements are out and we may have to start a lawsuit. The County is preparing the specifications and should go out for bid in January.

MA 571 2003 Road Improvement Program
Spiech questioned status. Township Engineer’s Representative said it is 95% complete.

MA 645 D.A.R.E. Roller Hockey Rink
Spiech questioned status. Township Engineer’s Representative said the boards are being installed, the old concrete has to be removed from the site.

MA670 Continental Soldiers Park Bridges
Spiech questioned status. Business Administrator said the plans have been submitted to Administration. Township Engineer shall petition the State and we should get a response. Spiech asked if negotiations have been complete for the piece of property. The Business Administrator said no.

MA 577 Fire Company No. 1
Business Administrator said there will be a change order for the Fire Department in the amount of $30,000. for a new slab floor and two walls had to be removed and replaced. The slab needed to be removed as it was not strong enough to hold the walls and fire trucks. The walls were not as deep with masonry support. Change Order #1 shall be forthcoming.

At 10:00PM there was a five minute recess. At 10:05PM the meeting was resumed. Roll call was taken, all present.

TOWNSHIP UTILITY ENGINEER (Malcolm Pirnie)
2a. Resolution; Industrial Avenue Site
The Township Attorney recommended not acting on this item at this time.

DaPuzzo questioned how much money would it cost to get the grant. The Business Administrator said there is a lot of work involved to get the grant.

Spiech said this site needs to be sold to collect some outstanding taxes. The Business Administrator said it would take months for redevelopment for this site. Get a proposal from Malcolm Pirnie on how much to complete and will be on the Work Session Meeting of December 4th.

2b. Montana; Change Order; 20 Inch-Main
Township Utility Engineer’s Representative said the work will be paid by the Bonding

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Company. Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

2c. SCADA; Contractor Time Extension
Township Utility Engineer said a resolution is requested for an extension in time for completion. The Business Administrator said there will be no monetary increase. Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

2d. Cragmere Pressure; Clarify Direction Regarding Additional Investigation; Discussion
Township Utility Engineer said he met with the Business Administrator and wanted to clarify if Council requested a list of homes with less than 40 psi. and should they go forward. DaPuzzo said Council did ask how many homes involved have less than 40 psi. Spiech asked if there are homes in Mahwah with less than 40 psi. Township Utility Engineer said possibly the Neilsen Avenue area and Tudor Rose Terrace. Township Utility Engineer said it would be 40 psi. at the street.

Richter said we are looking into to establish 40 psi. based on the figures they received.

2e. Written Progress Report
Spiech questioned the Fardale Standpipe. Township Utility Engineer said this is a budget item, will be budgeted in 2004. The Township has a right of way from Lehman Street, and an easement across the driveway.

LEGAL
3a. Mahwah III vs Township
To be discussed in Closed Session.

3b. Peterson Place; Estimate to Improve Roadway; Discussion
This item was discussed earlier in the meeting.

3c. Authorization to Submit Comments to COAH; Burgis Report
Richter requested Township Attorney to verify information as submitted. Township Attorney will check out. Ordinance to be introduced at Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

3d. Professional Services Agreement; Police Department Addition
To be discussed in Closed Session as per Township Attorney.

3e. Building Usage Ordinance; Discussion
Township Attorney made changes to draft ordinance as per Council’s request. Ordinance to be introduced at Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.


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3f. Ord. #1469; Amending Chapter 2 of the Municipal Code Entitled “Administration” to Establish Ranks and Positions in the Police Department; Discussion
Chief Batelli was present. Township Attorney stated the number of Officers are 56. The Chief said correct. Chief Batelli stated the Township received a grant for $125,000 and we showed there are 56 employees.

DiGiulio stated the Council approved the 2003 Salary Budget, and fears if less manpower the Grant will be taken away.

DaPuzzo said the Department Listing shows 56, however only 54 officers are working.

Chief Batelli stated when the Township received the Grant the department had to be increased by one employee. There were 55 Officers, now there are 56.

DiGiulio said the Ordinance does not match, 56 officers are being paid.

DaPuzzo recommended to hire someone six months before an officer retires. Chief Batelli said the Police Department waits to hire someone until the person actually retires. He said the Borough of Paramus had a lawsuit because an Officer changed his mind and decided not to leave.

The Township Attorney said the Council has three options with the pending Ordinance; approve, amend or disapprove.

3g. Litigation Report
To be discussed in Closed Session.

3h. Ordinance Amendment; Controls on Affordability Section 24-14.15 of Municipal Code
Ordinance shall be introduced at the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

3i. Contract of Sale; Between Township and Urban Farms Inc.; Block 135.01, Lot 61.05
To be discussed in Closed Session.

ADMINISTRATION
4a. Amendment to Resolution #202-02; State Contract Extension; Telecommunications Equipment - Wired
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

4b. Resolution; Correct Tax Appeal 2003; Block 1, Lot 1301.01
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.


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4c. Local Assistance Board; Mayoral Appointments
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

4d. Request to Purchase Property Owned by Township
The Business Administrator said the prospective purchaser wants to purchase property from the Township, however, it is not a conforming lot. Municipal Clerk was directed to write a letter to the prospective purchaser indicating that the Township Council is not interested in selling the property at this time.

4e. Mayor’s Proclamation; Mahwah National Family Week
Proclamation shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

4f. Certificate of Determination and Award; For Information Only.

4g. Recreation Field Usage
Mr. Drew Baumgardt, Recreation Director was present. Spiech said the lights at Continental Soldier’s Park are on Sunday night. Richter questioned when the lights are on Sunday night and the noise. Mr. Baumgardt said he has not received any complaints. He said the lights will not be on until Fall on Sunday.

Mr. Baumgardt said Commodore Perry Field has been out of service since after Mahwah Day. On weekends there are soccer and football games. With all the children playing sports the Mayor and Business Administrator recommended not to take Commodore Perry Field out of service. Sunday football games are 5:00PM and 6:15PM, and 7:30-7:45PM lights going out, which is not different than in the Spring. He said the lights have not been on until the second or third week in September. During the summer nights the lights were shut off right after the games. Mr. Baumgardt had sent a memorandum to Council with usage of the various fields. Spiech said the only time the lights would be on later would be when the games start later. Spiech said complaints were received that games were being played later and very noisy. Mr. Baumgardt said the lights are not on until 10PM. Mr. Baumgardt can change the time of the Musco lights through the computer. He said there have been no complaints until Mr. and Mrs. Omsberg came forward.

Richter asked about the PA system. Business Administrator said there is no PA system, which is a punch list item. Mr. Baumgardt said they used the old recreation PA system. He went to Halifax Road and on 88 Bridle Path Lane and could not hear the system. Recreation Director said the PA system is not used on Sunday.

4h. Transportation Trust Fund Renewal
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

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4i. Ramapo Hunt and Polo Club Improvement; Discussion
Item was discussed earlier in the meeting. Item scheduled for the Work Session Meeting of December 11, 2003.

4j. Budget Transfers
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

4k. Parking; Commodore Perry
Recreation Director, Drew Baumgardt, met with the contract purchasers for Commodore Perry School. They would like to have an agreement with the Township for parking during the day time hours at the Recreation Department parking lot. Richter said we need to find out if they have insurance.

The Business Administrator said if it is the consensus of the Council to allow the parking at the lot, the Township Attorney shall coordinate.

Spiech asked Mr. Baumgardt if there is a shortage of fields. Mr. Baumgardt said yes. Richter asked what sport did they recreation add this year. Mr. Baumgardt said they added Flag Football games.

TOWNSHIP COUNCIL/MUNICIPAL CLERK
5a. Zoning Board of Adjustment; Council Appointment
Spiech made a motion, seconded by DaPuzzo, to nominate Robert G. Waldo to fill the vacancy in the Zoning Board of Adjustment. All in favor. Motion carried. Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

5b. Jr. Firefighter Application; Michael C. Baxley to Fire Co. #4
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

5c. Jr. Firefighter Application; Justin S. Gelband to Fire Co. #1
Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

5d. Eagle Scout; Joseph C. Wenger
Mayor’s Proclamation and Resolution shall be prepared for the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

5e. Distance Between Liquor Licenses; Discussion (DaPuzzo)
A Liquor License had been sold to Pastels, but they were 982 feet from Nobody’s Inn, due to the 1,000 foot distance between establishments the license could not be sold. He said July first of this year the license will expire and the Township will lose it. DaPuzzo recommended the distance

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between liquor establishments be reduced from the current 1,000 feet to possibly 500 feet. After July first, the license will be gone. Richter asked what the fair distance would be. DaPuzzo requested input from the Business Administrator. He said he has no position on this. DiGiulio made a recommendation of 800 feet between establishments. Spiech recommended keeping the 1,000 feet. DiGiulio again made a recommendation of 800 feet between the establishments. The Township Attorney shall draft an Ordinance for the Work Session Meeting of December 4, 2003.

5f. Raffle Application; Ramapo College of New Jersey Alumni Association (Casino Night)
Tentatively approved. Raffle Application shall be voted at the Public Meeting of November 13, 2003.

COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMUNICATIONS
Spiech read the qualifications of Police Officers and requested a copy of the Job Description Manual. Spiech said Council recently appointed an individual with six years of experience to Detective Captain and is second in command. He also said Council is to be notified when there are problems within the Department. Township Attorney said minimum requirements can be put into an ordinance.

Richter said the problem she has with the set-up from the Police Department. Because the Chief is saying has 56 employees, do we have to make it 56 in January when the other employees leave do we replace them. She feels he should structure his department as per our ordinance.

Spiech said in 1998 the Council changed the Ordinance to coincide with the positions. Richter feels when the two employees retire, they should not be replaced.

DaPuzzo said when other departments come forward in the Budget Hearings for an expansion in personnel it is included in the minutes. This was not the case in the Police Department.

DiGiulio said the Police Department did show the increase in the Grant.

DiGiulio was at a MMEA Dinner and people came to her and told her not to remove Curtis from the school program. Richter said the Police Department knows the Council is not pulling anyone.

DiGiulio requested a copy of the Police Department Grant. The Business Administrator shall provide.

At 1:05AM there was a short recess. At 1:10AM meeting resumed. All in favor.

CLOSED SESSION
On a motion by Spiech, seconded by DaPuzzo, Council went into closed session at 1:10AM for

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the purposes of discussing Affordable Housing Litigation, Contract Negotiations, Goldstein Partnership and Litigation Report. All in favor. Motion carried.

On a motion by Spiech, seconded by DaPuzzo, Council returned to open session at 1:15AM. All in favor. Motion carried.

On a motion by Spiech, seconded by DaPuzzo, the meeting was adjourned at 1:15AM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Respectfully submitted,



Margaret L. Kennedy, RMC
Deputy Municipal Clerk




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