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TOWNSHIP OF MAHWAH
WORK SESSION MINUTES
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 2004

The meeting was called to order at 8:00 PM by Council President Richter who read the Open Public Meetings Act Statement as prescribed by law. Notice was advertised in The Record on July 6, 2004 stating this meeting would be held on Thursday, August 5, 2004 at 8:00 PM 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 Alderisio, Calandrillo, DiGiulio, Kelly, Paton, Richter, and Roth.

Also present were Mayor Richard Martel, Business Administrator Brian Campion, Municipal Attorney Menelaos Toskos and Township Attorney’s Associate Nilufer DeScherer, Township Engineer Kevin Boswell, Township Utility Engineer Justin Mahon, and Municipal Clerk Kathrine G. Coletta.

PUBLIC PORTION
On a motion by Calandrillo, seconded by Kelly, the meeting was opened to the public at 8:12PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Mr. Ken DeFerrari of 69 Maysenger Road raised concern over the water situation in his area. Mr. DeFerrari referred to money appropriated for a study of the water situation years ago, and Mr. DeFerrari had asked the Army Corp. of Engineers to begin work on the Ramapo River dredging. Mr. DeFerrari asked the Township to direct the Township Engineer to conduct the study at the top of the hill before it reached Franklin Turnpike. According to DeFerrari drainage systems and catch basins were needed to avoid soil erosion. Richter informed Mr. DeFerrari discussion on the Flood Control Grant Application was on the agenda for tonight’s meeting.

Mr. Allan Kidd of 111 Miller Road inquired as to how long the CD of this meeting (or past meetings) was made available to the public by the Township Clerk. Mr. Kidd asked if there was a law stating how long these CD recordings should be kept on file.

The Township Attorney was unaware of any law stating how long these CD recordings would have to be made available; however, he would look into it.

The Township Clerk stated that it was 80 days, or until the minutes were approved by the Council – which ever was later.


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Mr. Allan Kidd asked the Council President if the Council reviewed the minutes prior to the destruction of these CD recordings.

Richter answered yes.

Mr. Allan Kidd asked if these minutes were a word for word transcript, or a brief summary of the meetings events. Richter answered stating it was a brief summary. Mr. Kidd asked if the Council certified these minutes to be true and accurate. Richter answered yes, to the best of Council’s knowledge.

The Township Attorney answered Mr. Allan Kidd by stating the minutes follow the format of many other Townships and are a brief summary of the meeting in questions events, Council votes on it, and then Council votes to approve the minutes.

Mr. Allan Kidd asked if it would not be cheaper for the Township to store the CD recordings as opposed to having the Township Clerk draft the minutes. The Township Attorney stated this was a business decision, not a legal decision.

Mr. Allan Kidd stated he is suffering from the water run-off situation as well. Mr. Kidd asked if he needed a permit to replace the top soil that runs off due to the rain. Richter stated she had no idea, but would look into it. Mr. Kidd asked Richter if she read, or knew the ordinances. Richter reiterated that she would look into it. Mr. Kidd demanded to know when Richter would reply to his request. Richter asked the Township Attorney to look in to Mr. Kidd’s request. The Township Attorney stated he would reply to Mr. Kidd sometime within the next week.

On a motion by Kelly, seconded by Calandrillo, the meeting was closed to the public at 8:28PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

SUBMISSION OF BILLS AND CLAIMS
Councilmembers were asked to contact Administration with any questions on Bills and Claims.

ENGINEERING (Boswell-McClave)
1a. Darlington Associates; Rio Vista Estates – Phase 7B; Fyke Brook and Great Hall Road Crossing; Request for Authorization to Execute Developer’s Agreement (Dkt. #131-7B).
The Township Engineer recommended for Council to sign the Developer’s Agreement. The Township Engineer stated the Township would hold the bonds and the work was nearly complete.


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Paton asked the Township Attorney if Darlington Associates can be restricted to build. The Township Engineer stated the lots could not be sold until the Subdivision Plat was filed. Paton asked when Darlington Associates would finish, and how it would benefit the Township to sign the Developer’s Agreement. Paton recommended taking this under consideration subject to Attorney Review.

Kelly asked if this would appear before the Planning Board. The Township Engineer stated that it had taken place.

Paton asked if we had any documentation or recommendations from the meeting with the Planning Board. The Township Engineer stated the Council had a Resolution from the Planning Board.

Kelly said he would make some inquiries.

DiGiulio asked where Darlington Associates stood on the permits with the bridge. The Township Engineer stated he did not know. DiGiulio asked to find out where he stood, and further asked the Township Engineer to find out why they were not approving this. The Township Engineer stated he would find out.

Richter asked to hold this, and the Township Engineer offered to write up a report on this for a future meeting.

1b. NJDEP Flood Control Grant Application; Request for Authorization to Submit Grant Application
The Township Engineer stated the Cragmere Drainage Study would qualify for this grant. The Township Engineer recommended that Council identify this document as their Grant Application ($150-160,000.00), and the Application would require a Resolution for approval. The Township Engineer requested this Resolution to be placed on for next week.

Roth asked since the Township was responsible for $38,000.00 of this Grant, was it budgeted for. The Business Administrator answered yes; there was a prior Capital Project for Cragmere Drainage Improvements. The Business Administrator believed it is for $200,000.00 and it is already in place. In addition, in the 2004 Capital Ordinance, there was additional funding which would also be in place once the 2004 Capital Budget was adopted.

Roth asked what the time table was for preparing the Grant Application. The Township Engineer stated it would occur within the next 30 days.


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Calandrillo asked if the $1,200.00 was already appropriated to the Boswell firm for this work. The Business Administrator answered yes.

Paton asked how much the Township would be responsible for. The Township Engineer answered 25% of whatever they give us for the Grant.

Paton asked Council if we would designate this as two projects or one.

Kelly said it was two projects at this time and each were running concurrently. Kelly wished to assure Mr. DeFerrari that Council had taken the drainage matters such as Cragmere very seriously, and this was just another step to get more money to do more for these situations.

A motion to open to public was made by Calandrillo, and seconded by Roth. All in favor. Motion carried.

Mr. Ken DeFerrari of 69 Maysenger Road stated when Mahwah was growing, and drilling wells, the State prohibited future wells from being drilled until sewers were installed. According to DeFerrari, Cragmere was one of the sections where the State wanted to see these sewers installed. DeFerrari suggested writing this into the Grant.

A motion to close to public was made by Calandrillo, and seconded by Kelly. All in favor. Motion carried.

Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

1c. Change Order #1; Roadway Improvements to Stag Hill Road and Split Rock Road (Reduction)
The Township Engineer stated the project went well, and came in under budget; however he needed this Change Order to ratify the as billed amounts in the form of a Resolution for the Township’s bookkeeping, and to go back to the State for reimbursement on the Grants.

Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

1d. Intersection of Route 17 South at Corporate Drive Improvements; Discussion
The Township Engineer stated the Department of Transportation did not mind if the Township took this project on, but they would not fund it.

Alderisio stated the Department of Public Works was at fault for the curb radius, and the Township should not have to pay for this.

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Richter asked Alderisio if there was anything in writing on the plans to that effect. Alderisio stated he wrote his objections on the plans and returned them to the Planning Board. Alderisio does not know if the Planning Board still has these plans.

Calandrillo asked for a report from Lt. Sinaeve in regards to the number of accidents at that location.

Kelly said this was a problem similar to the Home Depot entry as approved by the State. Kelly cited the Department of Transportation for poor planning. Kelly stated a deceleration lane was needed and asked if the Township had property for this. The Township Engineer said the Township did not.

Paton asked if the Property Owner has any plans to make improvements during this year. The Mayor stated not to his knowledge and that the Department of Transportation would not approve a deceleration lane, as this had been attempted in the past.

Paton suggested for Administration to contact Assemblyman O’Toole for consideration and assistance in this matter.

DiGiulio suggested Accident Data to be sent to the Department of Transportation and asked them to reconsider because the problems were being caused by their error in judgment. DiGiulio asked for a reevaluation of Route 17 through the Mahwah corridor.

The Township Engineer will contact the Department of Transportation and speak to them, representing the best interests of the Township. The Township Engineer suggested identifying specific incidents as related to this issue for further discussion.

DiGiulio stated the safety issues, back up, and routing on Route 17 to the New York border were very poor. DiGiulio suggested sending a Resolution claiming the Department of Transportation was at fault.

Richter asked when the last time was that the Township did this. The Township Engineer answered, last year. Richter stated that Council did not know if the Department of Transportation had changed their views on the subject, and she suggested finding out where they stood at the moment.

The Township Engineer requested time to speak to the Police Department and the Mayor to pin point specific areas of problems. The Township Engineer will speak to Administration, and then get back to the Council.
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Richter asked for a time frame. The Business Administrator stated by the end of September.

Calandrillo suggested having the Department of Transportation come out to view the problem.

1e. Written Status Report
The Township Engineer stated Wyckoff and Forest was out to bid. The Bid Opening will be on September 9, 2004. The Business Administrator stated it would be advertised August 11, 2004 and bids are to be back by September 8, 2004. The Business Administrator said between now and next week he would have more information on what the procedures would be for the Township to put its money in place for this project.

Paton asked about Mrs. Frandel, and what we could do to help the residents at the Ramapo Hunt and Polo Club. The Township Engineer stated he was following up with Orange and Rockland on this and we will ask them for a revised quote with explanation about exclusions and inclusions of lighting and trenching.

Richter stated this problem had been going on for years, and asked if this would cost the Township more money. Richter wanted to make sure that the Township would not be held accountable for something that was not the Township’s fault.

Paton inquired about the drain on Sergeant Court and asked if it had been fixed with the developer. The Township Engineer stated he did not know, but he would follow up on this.

Paton asked about Young World Day School, and the Township Engineer stated he would follow up on this and provide a report in the next three days.

Roth asked about MA-107: The Bike Path Program; MA-220: Franklin Turnpikes/Miller Road and East Ramapo Avenue – Intersection Improvements and MA-257: Wyckoff Avenue and Forest Road Intersection. Roth asked if the Township Engineer was still waiting, or if someone would be following up on these issues soon. The Business Administrator stated MA-107 : The Bike Path Program was being held up due to the Department of Transportation and the Department of Environmental Protection differing on bridge sizes. To resolve this, the Township needed to revise the Application to the Department of Environmental Protection for a larger bridge. According to the Business Administrator, there were problems with the Ramapo Indians easement over this new sizing solution.

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The Business Administrator stated to complicate things further the low bidder would not extend his bid beyond the designated time, and the Business Administrator was unsure as to whether or not the 2nd low bidder would go beyond the designated time either. The Business Administrator suggested using the $80,000.00 of Grants from the County and the Department of Environmental Protection towards the project with the balance coming from Municipal funds and re-bidding due to the much higher cost of the 3rd low bidder.

Richter asked how long it would take to find out if the 2nd low bidder would go beyond the 60 days. The Business Administrator said he could find out tomorrow or Monday.

DiGiulio questioned if the Township should have the bridge at all due to the inability of Emergency Vehicle Access.

Kelly inquired about the Department of Transportation money earmarked for the Bike Path and asked if it was still available. The Business Administrator answered, yes.

Kelly expressed annoyance at the Township’s lack of keeping to a schedule that would have prevented the loss of the 1st bidder.

Richter asked Council if they are interested in considering the 2nd bidder’s quote if they had an answer by next week; if there was no answer then they would re-bid the project. All were in agreement.

Paton stressed the need to take action in order not to lose the grant money for the Bike Paths.

The Township Engineer recommended a Pre-Application Meeting be authorized between the Township Engineer’s Office and the Department of Environmental Protection to discuss MA-107: The Bike Path Program. The Township Engineer would then come back and advise Council of the outcome of this meeting.

Kelly mentioned looking into the State Grants as they apply to the Houvenkoph Road Crossing and the safe transportation of school children. The Township Engineer stated that Council needed to tell him which job would be first priority.

Richter stated she would get back to him on this and would let the Township Engineer know Council’s decision at the next Work Session.


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The Township Administrator stated MA-257: Wyckoff Avenue and Forest Road Intersection, if the money and paperwork was in place, would go out to bid in August and the Township would receive the bids in the second week of September. The Township Administrator assured Council that he was making every effort to contact the appropriate people to get this project started as soon as possible.

Kelly asked about MA-281: Willowbank Court Stream Cleaning and if there was a projected start and target finish. The Township Engineer answered, no; however he was upset that the Mosquito Commission could not get to this during the summer. Kelly stated he would be interested in knowing why himself, and Council would press to have this done. Kelly felt the residents have been very patient.

UTILITY ENGINEER (Malcolm Pirnie)
2a. Cragmere Water Pressure; Discussion
The Utility Engineer recommended not rehabbing the water tank, as it would not solve the problem of low water pressure.

The Utility Engineer mentioned that the East Crescent Booster Station, which changed the water pressure situation, and the Utility Engineer believed that it may not be necessary to proceed to the elevated storage tank provided a pumping station could be developed at the Nilsen Avenue Tank that could meet all the different parameters that go along with this situation.

Kelly asked if a variable speed booster pump at the Nilsen Avenue Tank would remain a viable option and if this was their top of the list solution. The Utility Engineer answered, yes on both counts. Kelly leaned towards Item #5 as a solution to this problem; however, Kelly would still like to hear any reports the Township Utility Engineer had to give.

Roth inquired about Item #4 and suggested that the extra storage would be a better option. The Township Utility Engineer cautioned Roth to remember the aesthetic effect it would have on the residential area, and local residents were not happy with this option.

Paton asked if the height of the proposed tank was just for pressure. The Township Utility Engineer answered yes.

Paton further stated whatever the Township decided to, the Township could not assure the residents that they would all receive the same water pressure or volume. The Township Utility Engineer agreed; however he stressed the
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Township would be fulfilling their responsibilities by doing something about this problem.

Kelly stated that he used a pump to operate his sprinklers to help his own water pressure. This pump gave Kelly the added pressure he needed for his home; however the pump was very loud.

Richter suggested Council needed to please the majority of the whole, and there would always be a few who it might not work out for.

The Township Utility Engineer stated he would have the proposal to Council for review within the next two weeks.

2b. Progress Report
Roth asked where we stood with the 20” Water Main. The Township Utility Engineer stated the Arzee section was in service and the stream had been restored and curbs had been placed. The next stage would be to restore the parking lot and move to addressing the section under the Trestle.

Roth stated we were having a problem with the valve and there were warrantee and liability issues that still need to be followed up on and remain to be discussed. The Township Utility Engineer stated the correct approach would be to identify an expert that could analyze this valve and its problems; however this would take time and the Township Utility Engineer was working on this.

Paton asked when the Township would cap the wells in Silver Creek. The Township Utility Engineer stated it was identified under the 2003-2004 Special Projects. The Township Utility Engineer submitted a letter to the Department of Environmental Protection for a Pre-Application Meeting to discuss the scope of work needed to close the east well field. This could require $100,000.00 worth of permit fees due to the wetlands.

LEGAL
3a. Bus Stop Ordinance (Kelly)
The Township Attorney made the necessary corrections and asked if Council had any questions.

Kelly asked if his copy was correct. The Township Attorney said no.

Kelly stated he checked the Ordinance thoroughly with Officer Sinaeve, and Kelly was pleased with the new Ordinance.

Ordinance shall be introduced at the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

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3b. Update; Property Maintenance Ordinance
The Township Attorney stated this was a draft with code changes as required by Mr. Lane.

Paton asked if the Property Maintenance Ordinance was urgent. The Township Attorney stated it made sense to do it now, and suggested going through with the Ordinance.

Ordinance shall be introduced at the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

3c. Increase to OEM Membership
The Township Attorney stated he could change the OEM Membership from 15 to
25 by next week.

Ordinance shall be introduced at the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

3d. Vaughn Drive; Sewer Agreement
The Township Attorney suggested the Vaughn Drive; Sewer Agreement to be discussed in Closed Session since The Township would be negotiating with Ramsey.

ADMINISTRATION
4a. Local Emergency Planning Committee Appointments
Calandrillo asked if these lists were current. The Township Administrator stated as far as he knows, they were current. Calandrillo asked if the Township needed a reporter from The Record. The Business Administrator stated the list was made on recommendation by Mr. Roe and they would be three year appointments.

Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

4b. Speed Bumps on McIntosh Drive; Update

The Township Administrator met with the Police Chief and he did believe there were applications for the speed humps in different locations throughout the Municipality. The Police Department would like to prepare a proposal which prescribes standards and guidelines for the application of speed humps so it could define which types of roads were eligible, including McIntosh Drive.

Richter asked to have speed cuts included. The Business Administrator said he would have them included.

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Calandrillo stated this had been going on for a long time, and once these speed humps are installed they will not be aesthetically desirable for Mahwah.

Paton asked about rumble strips. Paton asked the Police Department to speak to Ho-Ho-Kus and Glen Rock about their speed humps.

Kelly asked about the chain on Olney Road and what was happening with this. The Business Administrator said he would have an answer for this when he had an answer for the speed hump issue.

4c. Special Item of Revenue and Appropriation – Chapter 159 (Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program)
The Business Administrator stated this was a Resolution to put a Grant for the Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program in the current year budget.

Kelly mentioned he will be attending a seminar concerning Stormwater Management.

Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

4d. Change in Senior Citizens Advisory Board Ordinance/Appointments
The Business Administrator stated this was a recommendation for inclusion of the Senior Coordinator into the composition of the Senior Citizens Advisory Board.

Ordinance shall be introduced at the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

4e. Authorization for Business Administrator to Sign CDBG Agreement (ADA Doors at Municipal Offices)
The Business Administrator asked for permission to sign for a grant for motorized doors; however the Township would have to pay for the doorbells.

Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

4f. Rezoning Request; MacArthur Realty LLC; Block 139, Lot 3
The Business Administrator asked for direction from Council on how to respond to a letter received on an additional permitted use in the IP-120 Zone.

Calandrillo asked how many trucks and vans, and what were the hours of operation. Calandrillo wanted to hear a presentation.



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Roth wanted more clarification in regards to whether the proposal was for catering or a restaurant. The Business Administrator stated it was for a catering facility for weddings and bar mitzvahs.

The Mayor stated it was his recommendation for this to come before the Council, and he suggested a formal presentation be made by the interested parties.

A 20 minute presentation shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

4g. County Volunteer Recognition Program; Discussion
The Business Administration asked for nominees for the County Volunteer Recognition Program. Any Councilmember with suggestions should forward them to the Mayor.

4h. Interlocal Agreement with Bergen County; Wyckoff and Forest Update
The Business Administrator will check on paperwork for this agreement.

Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

4i. Rejection of Bid MTB-04-22; Police Department Vehicle Repairs and Maintenance
Due to lack of information, the Business Administrator suggested bidding one more time for the Police Department Vehicle Repairs and Maintenance.

Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

4j. Contract Extension; State Contract T0123: Tires and Tubes.
The Business Administrator said the State extended the Tube and Tire Contract for one month, and The Business Administrator said the Township was looking to buy some large truck tires off of this contract in August. The Business Administrator requested a Resolution.

Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

4k. Mayor’s Proclamation; Eagle Scout Nicholas Persaud
Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.

4l. Mayor’s Proclamation; Eagle Scout Sebastian Persaud
Resolution shall be prepared for the August 12, 2004 Public Meeting.


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COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMUNICATIONS
Alderisio suggested having the catch basins on Miller Road and Airmount Road cleaned out.

Calandrillo brought up the December meetings and suggested combining meetings for the 16th and not having a meeting on December 23, 2004. Richter stated December 16th would be the last meeting for the year.

Kelly stated he attended the Seniors picnic at the Elks and everything went well.

Paton asked if the use for the Park Avenue Outlet/Suzuki Dealership property was changed, and if the town was aware of it.

Paton asked about reverse 9-11 calls. Calandrillo suggested Police, Fire, and Administration call the Council President.

Richter offered congratulations to Kelly on the birth of his new grandson.

Roth also offers Kelly congratulations. Roth also mentioned the memo on Data Trace – he did not receive a copy. Richter stated this will go on the Work Session of August 19th.

The Business Administrator stated there was a correction on the Salary Ordinance. The 3 Blue Collar Managerial Positions needed to be brought up to 3.5 percent. The Business Administrator asked the Township Attorney to look into this.

DiGiulio asked if there was a check needed for the Mahwah School Ads. Richter read off the prices for ads, and it was decided that the prices were way out of range. Richter did not think it was a good idea to pay for an ad.

REPORT OF SUBCOMMITTEES
DiGiulio stated the Beautification Meeting met and the banners were in and they were beautiful.

DiGiulio stated the bins are in and they are working on the minor details.

DiGiulio stated the Beautification Committee would be working on sites for Halloween decorations.

DiGiulio stated the Publicity Committee would be working on the criteria for the Mahwah Pride Award which would be twice a year, rather then every three months.


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DiGiulio stated they were looking into putting more flags up and down Franklin Turnpike and next Spring and Summer some silk flower baskets.

DiGiulio stated the Winter Pond Bridge was in disrepair, and since it was historic, she wondered if there might possibly be a grant available to make repairs.

DiGiulio stated there would be plaques made for the eight nurseries that donated, and resolutions for all the scouts that participated in the plantings in the gardens. The Department of Public Works would make small signs in each garden designating which nursery donated.

DiGiulio asked if the Council would be doing anything for 9-11 this year.

Kelly stated he was disappointed with the Township’s lack of remembrance for 9-11, and people take this way too complacently. Richter concurred.

DiGiulio will discuss banners further on August 26, 2004.

Roth was looking into remote email and voice mail for the Council. A Finance Committee meeting will be scheduled for August 18th at 7:30PM. Roth asked to make sure this meeting date and time were acceptable.

CLOSED SESSION
On a motion made by Calandrillo, seconded by Kelly, Council went into closed session at
10:56 PM for the purposes of discussing a Litigation Report, White Collar Contract
Negotiations, and the Vaughn Drive; Sewer Agreement. All in favor. Motion carried.

On a motion by Kelly, seconded by Calandrillo, Council returned to Open Session at
11:23PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

On a motion by Calandrillo, seconded by Kelly, the meeting was adjourned at 11:24PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Respectfully submitted,


Katherine G. Coletta, RMC/CMC
Municipal Clerk

KGC/mcr






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