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TOWNSHIP OF MAHWAH
WORK SESSION MEETING MINUTES
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2004

The meeting was called to order at 8:02PM by Council President Richter who read the Open Public Meeting Act Statement as prescribed by law. Notice was advertised in The Record on July 6, 2004 and August 16, 2004 stating this meeting would be held on Thursday, December 16, 2004 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 Alderisio, DiGiulio, Kelly, Paton, Richter and Roth
Absent: Councilmember Calandrillo

Also present were the Business Administrator Brian Campion, Township Attorney Menelaos Toskos, Township Engineer Kevin Boswell, Township Engineer’s Associate Mike Kelly, Township Utility Engineer Justin Mahon, and Deputy Municipal Clerk Mary C. Ross

PUBLIC PORTION
On a motion by Paton, seconded by Alderisio, the meeting was open to the public at 8:04PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Mr. Allan Kidd of 111 Miller Road stated it was wonderful to see the Township Boy Scout present because it was a fantastic opportunity to see how Government works.

Mr. Kidd asked why the Police Officer was present at the Council Meeting. Mr. Kidd stated having the Police Officer at the Council Meeting was a waste of money and he asked Richter why. Richter stated “to serve and protect”. Mr. Kidd asked if there was a problem with Council that required an officer’s presence. Richter stated the officer was present to oversee the meetings, make sure everything runs smoothly, and for protection. Mr. Kidd stated during a time of budgetary crisis the waste of money on an officer’s presence was imprudent. Richter stated Council did not see it as a waste of money. Mr. Kidd asked if the Planning Board has a Police Officer present. Richter stated she did not know.

Mr. Vincent Rovito of 137 Johnson Avenue stated he had a question with regard to Meadow Avenue dispute. Mr. Rovito stated children do not act like Adults, and as cautious as drivers may be, children tend to play, dart out into traffic, and not pay
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attention. There is a real safety issue here. Richter stated the Transportation Committee is researching this issue at present. Richter asked Mr. Rovito to stay for the discussion on Meadow Avenue later in the meeting.

On a motion by Alderisio, seconded by Kelly, the meeting was closed to the public at 8:10PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

SUBMISSION OF BILLS AND CLAIMS
Councilmembers were asked to contact Administration with any questions on Bills and Claims prior to the following Public Meeting Session.

Paton asked why there were 2002 bills being paid. The Business Administrator stated this is a Capital Account and the final payment for Continental Soldiers Park. The payment was delayed due to Punch List Items that were not completed.

ENGINEERING (Boswell-McClave)
1a. Shemin Nurseries; 100 Weyhauser Drive; Block 102, Lots 29 and 34; Request to Release Performance Guarantee (Dkt. #202)
The Township Engineer’s Associate stated this project began 14 years ago, and all outstanding issues were taken care of. The Township Engineer’s Associate recommended for these bonds to be released. Resolution shall be voted on in the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

1b. Sargent Court Drainage; Discussion
The Township Engineer’s Associate stated after Council passed a Resolution to withhold $5,000.00 from K. Hovnanian in order to install the trash rack. K. Hovnanian has since installed the Trash Rack at Sargent Court without advising the Township Engineer.

The Township Engineer’s Associate recommended having the Department of Public Works to periodically clean the debris from this trash rack after rain storms.

Paton thanked The Township Engineer’s Associate for his response on pictures Paton took of debris blocking the Trash Rack and ending up in Storm Water Catch Basins after the storm. Paton mentioned the bags of pet refuse littering the residential area surrounding the Trash Rack/Storm Water Catch Basin at Sargent Court.

The Business Administrator is working to enforce Ordinances in regards to pet refuse disposal in the Township; however, this is hard to make compulsory.

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Paton stated, “Dramatically put: We drink what goes into the Township Water System.” The Business Administrator stated he would implement a Township Education Program in regards to this issue.

Kelly asked the Boy Scout that was present to consider educating School Classrooms about keeping the Township clean and properly disposing of Animal Waste.

Kelly is concerned. Kelly asked Administration if the Township received comments from the Department of Public Works about these issues in regards to drainage. The Business Administrator stated the Department of Public Works is aware of the problem areas. This particular storm was very heavy, and came at a time when leaf pick up was not complete. The Department of Public Works periodically cleans these Catch Basins when they are not assigned to other duties.

Kelly asked what the Township can do to get this water system working properly. Richter stated this was a maintenance problem.

Roth stated the Township needs to take a serious look at this issue. This problem has been a problem for 6 years.

Richter stated the Township needs to be proactive, not reactive. Richter stated maintenance should be routine. DiGiulio concurred.

Kelly stated this maintenance should be a “shared responsibility” between the Condominium Association and the Township. The Business Administrator stated yes, that was a good idea; however, the Township is ultimately responsible for the maintenance.

Richter stated pet clean up is not taken seriously in the Township. Richter stated this has been addressed in the Township Newsletter. There has been a drop in children, and an increase in pet ownership.

Kelly asked the Boy Scout to help tell all to “clean up”.

1c. Verbal Status Report
DiGiulio asked where the Township stood in regards to the Willowbank Stream Cleaning. The Township Engineer’s Associate stated he met with the Township in November and they are now ready to do the work. The Township Engineer’s Associate will coordinate with the Department of Public Works after leaf pick-up and they will dredge the stream at that point. DiGiulio asked if they would also be fixing the dip in the road. The Township Engineer’s Associate stated this
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should be fixed within the week. DiGiulio asked if the stretch of road from the Willow Bank Stream to the Firehouse would be completed in the spring. The Township Engineer’s Associate stated they do not anticipate paving this.

DiGiulio said there is a sinking Catch Basin. The Township Engineer’s Associate said he would look into it.

Paton inquired about 168 Airmont - the entrance to the Secor residence. Paton stated this continues to be flooded half way across Airmont when it rains. Paton stated this will ice up in the winter. Paton stated this is a County Road and asked what was needed to be done to fix this problem. The Township Engineer’s Associate stated the County is aware of the problem and will be attempting to correct the problem; however, presently they do not have the man power to do this work. The Township Engineer’s Associate will inform them they are liable for any accidents due to this problem. The Township Engineer’s Associate stated the County’s lack of action is unacceptable. Paton concurred. The Township Engineer stated they could offer the County a solution and submit a cost estimate to the County and either the County will say they will do it or they will give the money to the Township to have it done.

DiGiulio asked where the Township stands on the Deli by the light at Forest Road and Wyckoff Avenue. The Township Engineer stated there were lawsuits going back and forth.

DiGiulio asked about the blinking light and changing the speed limit by Young World Day School. Township Engineer’s Associate stated they will meet with Lt. Sinnaeve tentatively next Tuesday, and they will discuss the outcome at the first Council Meeting in January. DiGiulio asked if this could be expedited. Township Engineer’s Associate stated they were.

UTILITY ENGINEER (Malcolm Pirnie)
2a. Verbal Progress Report
The Township Utility Engineer stated the request to expedite the Swim Club Connection prior to Memorial Day is being worked on and the bid opening will be January 10th. A contract could be awarded at the January Meeting. The Township Utility Engineer expects the project to finish prior to Memorial Day.

Paton asked if the permits were in order to cross Darlington Brook. The Township Utility Engineer stated he is working on it and does not anticipate any problems with regards to the permits. Paton asked to be kept updated.


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The Township Utility Engineer said the report for the Nilsen Booster Station should be prepared by the end of the month.

The Township Utility Engineer stated in regards to the 20” Water Main problem, the Bonding Company decided to solicit additional quotes for the replacement of the problem area. The Township Utility Engineer has yet to be advised by the Bonding Company of who was selected as bidder for the job. The Township Utility Engineer expects that the bid was awarded; however, he does not have any information as of yet. The Township Utility Engineer believed this project will commence in January subject to weather.

Kelly asked legal to get involved with the Bonding Company. The Township Attorney stated he did, the bids were received, and he expects to hear the results by next week.

Alderisio stated he received a report from the Business Administrator concerning the 20” Water Main. Alderisio stated this was a very good and comprehensive report. Alderisio stated while he understood Viola was an incompetent contractor – how can the Township protect itself from this in the future. Alderisio stressed bids should be awarded to the “lowest, competent bidder”.

Richter asked the Business Administrator to go over the bid process briefly. The Business Administrator explained the bid process. The Township Attorney stated this is a frustrating process for Municipalities to deal with.

Roth stated the document that was prepared for the 20” Water Main was excellent and artfully crafted. Roth stressed this is a chaotic system supporting bad contractors and the hiring of them. Roth stated he will raise more questions about this in the future.

Paton was frustrated. Paton asked if the Township rejects a bid, how long before then can take action against us. The Township Attorney stated they can request a responsibility hearing with the Council. Paton stated the Dunn and Bradstreet Report should be consulted prior to awarding bids to insure the competence of the Contractor. Richter concurred.

Kelly stated he concurred with Alderisio and Paton in regards to the questioning of the valves. Kelly stated we also have other issues that require a special discussion with the Township Attorney in order to fully explore the Township’s legal options. Richter stated the discussion should be lengthy and not rushed. Roth stated this should be enacted expeditiously and all liable parties should be held accountable.
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The Township Utility Engineer believed this is a significant issue, and should be evaluated appropriately. The Township Utility Engineer stated these valves were intended for pure drinking water and a considerable amount of debris was
introduced to the valves due to the previous Contractor’s practices. The Township Utility Engineer stated this debris was a significant contributor to the
failure of the valves. The over torquing of the wrench during the repair attempt was also a contributing factor. The Township Utility Engineer hoped the above came through clearly in the report.

The Mayor left at 8:58PM.

Kelly added there is a design flaw with the valve.

TOWNSHIP COUNCIL AND MUNICIPAL CLERK
5a. Transportation SubCommittee Recommendation; Meadow Avenue
Kelly stated a report from the Transportation SubCommittee given to the Council
reflected meetings with the SubCommittee and Lt. Sinnaeve where the Police Department felt that the problem was not speeding, it was volume. The options for resolving this problem was installing a No Left Turn Sign at Brook Street and Catherine Avenue between 4-6PM Monday through Friday. The other option would be to wait, and install a Four Way Stop Sign at Johnson Avenue. Kelly recommended and stressed these two options would both alleviate the traffic concerns at Meadow Avenue.

The Mayor returned at 9:01PM.

Kelly asked the residents to please comment on the options and to provide Council with feedback.

Richter asked if another option could be reducing speed. Alderisio stated the speed could not be dropped below 25 MPH and the State will not allow it. Alderisio also stated a 4-Way Stop would need to be approved by the State, and this would be difficult to do.

Richter asked if a 4-Way Stop could actually cause problems. Alderisio stated in the beginning it may; however once the residents get use to it, it works out fine.

Paton stated he was in favor of the stop sign and mentioned the traffic problem on Route 17/ 287 as a contributor to the Meadow Avenue problem. Paton asked to have the hours for the No Left Turn Sign at Brook Street and Catherine Avenue increased to at least 4pm to 7pm. Paton also asked for consideration of a 3PM

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increase. Kelly saw no problem with this; however he wants to hear from the residents first.

Richter stated notices could be sent out to the effected residents, and there could be a meeting arranged for them to express their concerns.

The Mayor left at 9:10PM.

Kelly asked for a Resolution approving the Transportation SubCommittee’s recommendations to include Paton’s comments (Item 3) on the Route 17/ 287 problems. Kelly stressed that Council needed to hit the legislature with “action words” to get results.

DiGiulio stated there was a recent Transportation Seminar in Atlantic City that DiGiulio spoke at and she did raise these concerns. DiGiulio stated the Township needed representation by State Officials and Legislators.

Richter agreed and suggested contacting Congressman Garrett for help, and that this would most likely generate progress.

Alderisio left at 9:12PM.
The Mayor returned at 9:12PM.

DiGiulio asked Kelly to meet with State Officials and Legislators about the Transportation SubCommittee’s recommendations to include Paton’s comments (Item 3) on the Route 17/ 287 problems. Richter stated to make sure Congressman Garrett was involved. Richter asked Administration and the Municipal Clerk to come up with a letter for distribution to State Officials, Legislators, and Congressman Garrett so this can be expedited.

Paton stated in the course of discussions he has had with Congressman Garrett it was apparent the Congressman was very familiar with the problem. Paton stated it is imperative Congressman Garrett be asked to get involved before January 2005. Paton asked for a Resolution approving the Transportation SubCommittee’s recommendations to include his comments (Item 3) on the Route 17/ 287 problems. Paton stated this is a Homeland Security Issue and there should be funds for this problem. Paton stressed Route 17/ 287 provides both access and exit to New Jersey.

Alderisio returned at 9:16PM.


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The Business Administrator stated there was a Traffic Statute issued by Governor Cody that addresses New Jersey Municipality rights in regards to traffic issues. The Business Administrator asked the Township Attorney to find a copy of this for him.

On a motion by Kelly, seconded by DiGiulio, the meeting was open to the public at 9:17PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Mr. Vincent Rovito of 137 Johnson Avenue stated he appreciated the Council’s concern. The only objection Mr. Rovito had to the No Left Turn was what the local residents would need to do as a result. Mr. Rovito also stated a Police Officer would need to be posted, because he suspected no one would obey the sign. Mr. Rovito further stated the 4-Way Stop could be more dangerous then helpful.

Richter stated we can not enforce people to look both ways, traffic signs and regulations are the only legal solution Council could offer.

Ms. Robin Kennedy of 23 State Street stated she has three boys and this evening stated a friend of hers that was walking with her young son actually had to stand in front of a car to get them to stop, so they could safely cross the road. Ms. Kennedy stated it is far worse in the summer and it is mostly New York Plates. Ms. Kennedy this is an accident waiting to happen and someone is going to be killed here. Residents are so frustrated they are putting cones out. Ms. Kennedy thought a meeting between the Residents and Council was a very good idea.

Mr. Allan Kidd of 111 Miller Road stated putting up a 15MPH sign up. At worst, it is not enforceable; but it may slow down the cars anyway. Richter thanked Mr. Kidd for his suggestion.

Richter asked to move forward on approving the Transportation SubCommittee’s recommendations to include Paton’s comments (Item 3) on the Route 17/ 287 problems which would include drawing up an Ordinance for review on the first two solutions, and a Resolution this evening for Paton’s comments (Item 3) on the Route 17/ 287 problems. The Township Attorney stated that would be satisfactory. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

On a motion by Kelly, seconded by Alderisio, the meeting was closed to the public at 9:25PM. All in favor. Motion carried.


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LEGAL
3a. Special Counsel Authorization; Police Matters
The Township Attorney stated the Police Department contacted him in regards to a disciplinary matter they need legal guidance with. The Township Attorney suggested for the Police Department to hire Thomas Hanrahan, Esq.

Paton asked if the dollar amount was sufficient. The Township Attorney stated for now. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

ADMINISTRATION
4a. Authorization for Competitive Contracting; Document Archiving
Carried to the January 6, 2005 Work Session Meeting.

4b. Award of Bid #04-34: Fire Department Pagers
The Business Administrator stated he received bids and recommended to award Bid #04-34 to Tektron Corporation for a bid of $23,750.00 for 50 Fire Department Pagers. The Business Administrator stated this bid was below budget.

DiGiulio asked if the Business Administrator was familiar with this contractor and had he checked them out. The Business Administrator stated he checked with other Municipalities that had used them previously.

The Business Administrator may come back to Council in January, by use of Change Order, due to a number of new volunteers that will also require these pagers. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

4c. Cancellation of Various Balances
The Business Administrator stated this is to cancel various balances as requested by the Chief Financial Officer.

Richter left at 9:39PM.
Kelly took the Chair.

Paton asked if this was to zero the books. The Business Administrator said yes. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

4d. Cancellation of Prior Year Outstanding Checks

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The Business Administrator stated this is to cancel Prior Year Outstanding Checks that were old as requested by the Chief Financial Officer. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

4e. Cancellation of Improvement Authorizations
The Business Administrator stated this is to cancel Capital Improvement Authorizations of completed projects. Roth asked if these were “real dollars.” The Business Administrator stated “real dollars” that were raised and not spent. The Business Administrator stated the amount will be used to pay down debt. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

Richter returned at 9:37PM.

4f. Transfer of Appropriations – 2004
The Business Administrator stated this is for the Transfer of Appropriations for 2004. This encompasses overages and underages of various Township Departments at the end of the year. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

4g. Temporary Budget – 2005
The Business Administrator stated this is a Temporary Budget for 2005 starting January 1, 2005. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

4h. Cancellation of Redemption of Tax Title Lien
The Business Administrator stated this from the Tax Department and is a Cancellation of Redemption of Tax Title Lien.

Richter asked if there was a minimum or maximum in regards to Cancellation of Redemption of Tax Title Liens. The Business Administrator stated this is just a matter of not being able to return checks; the Tax Collector wants to cancel the checks. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

4i. Request to Purchase Block 40, Lot 28; Brakeshoe Place
The Business Administrator stated this involves the Township Attorney and is a request to purchase Block 40, Lot 28; Brakeshoe Place. If the Township gets the title for this property, the neighboring property may be an interested buyer.

Roth asked who has the Title. The Township Attorney stated the Title Owner, the Township only has the Tax Sale Certificate.

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4j. 2005 Animal Shelter Contract
The Business Administrator stated this is for the 2005 Animal Shelter Contract. These people pick up road kill and the fee is relative to the human population.

Paton asked about crows and the West Nile Virus and who is to pick up dead crows. The Business Administrator stated he thinks the Board of Health does this. The Business Administrator stated the Animal Shelter only picks up dead, large animals like deer, dogs, cats, etc.

Kelly asked if it was a 5% increase, and why is the price so high. The Business Administrator stated he believes so. Richter stated their price is high because they are the only people who do this.

Kelly asked if there was a list of State Services such as this to please provide him with it. The Business Administrator stated he would look into it. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

Kelly left at 9:50PM.

4k. 141 Campgaw Road; Right-of-Way Infringement
Carried to the January 6, 2005 Work Session Meeting.

TOWNSHIP COUNCIL AND MUNICIPAL CLERK
5b. Resolution Supporting Our Troops
Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

5c. Application for Volunteer Membership to Mahwah Office of Emergency Management; V. Villano III
Richter is concerned about Mr. Villano’s position with the Mahwah Office of Emergency Management due to his health problems. Kelly stated some jobs for the Mahwah Office of Emergency Management require physical prowess; however, some provide sitting at the radio which would be fine for Mr. Villano. Paton also stated there are desk jobs available and Mr. Raymond Roe would properly assign Mr. Villano. Council concurred. Resolution shall be voted on at the Public Meeting immediately following this session.

COUNCIL COMMENTS AND COMMUNICATIONS
DiGiulio mentioned how pleased she was with the Museum Display by the bell created
by the Beautification Committee and the Gazebo and the fence along the pond. DiGiulio
offered her thanks and appreciation for all involved.
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DiGiulio stated she attended the Senior Luncheon and Ms. Suzanne Small did a beautiful
job with the decorating and luncheon as a whole.

DiGiulio addressed residents concerns over why the tree was not lit at Fire Company
Number One. DiGiulio stated a new line needed to be run to the tree, and continue it to
the bell, so there is an electric outlet available to plug the lights in. DiGiulio also stated
the Beautification Committee would like to do the big tree at Veteran’s Park in white
lights next year. DiGiulio thanked Mr. Ed Sinclair, Mr. Keith Hallissey, and the
Business Administrator, for helping with the holiday decorations this year.

Kelly commended the Beautification Committee for all their hard work and for the
involvement of the local citizens. Kelly felt this Township unity was very positive in
nature.

Alderisio stated the Senior Advisory Board did not meet yesterday due to the New York
City Senior’s Trip.

Alderisio stated the Library Board met and the 2005 Budget was presented at
$1,770,500.00. Alderisio stated Mr. Kenneth Giaimo was doing a fine job.

Kelly asked if the Library had a timeline for the downstairs of the Library to be used
for the Township residents. DiGiulio and Richter stated the Library is not agreeable to
the Township using the space. The Business Administrator said it would take money as
the basement of the Library is unfinished space. DiGiulio stated there is a Community
Development Grant available to do this work. Alderisio stated he would bring this up to
the Library Board at Council’s request.

Paton stated he attended the Board of Education Meeting last night and there were a few
Appointments including Ms. Janet Donohue as an Assistant Superintendent to report to
Dr. Montesano, as well as the news that on or about January 1, 2005 the Vice Principal of
Lenape Meadows was retiring.

Paton mentioned that a “Gold Card” is being worked on for Township Seniors. Paton
also mentioned a Senior Township ID and suggested they get together with the Board of
Education and the Town Council to discuss. The Business Administrator stated the
Township coordinated with the County and the County comes to the Township to issue
these ID cards and to contact Ms. Suzanne Small at the Senior Center for more
information. Alderisio asked if these were for all Senior Citizens. Paton said yes.
DiGiulio stated there was a meeting of the County Chamber Of Commerce relative to this
issue and she suggested Paton attending. Paton stated he would.


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Paton mentioned that an Identification System for access/exit of the High School was
being considered.

Paton asked if the tree on Masonicus Road was taken care of. The Business
Administrator stated the Department of Public Works disposed of it.

Paton stated a resident asked him about hunting regulations in the Township. Alderisio
stated there is a State Law that prohibits hunting on the east side of the Ramapo River at
all throughout the Township. Hunting is permissible on the west side of the Ramapo
River; however rifles are not permitted, only shot guns with a valid hunting license and
permission from the property owner, or if State Land, permission of the Ranger.

Paton mentioned the Port-A-Johns in the Memorial Soccer Field. Paton asked to have
them removed to save money. Richter stated the Business Administrator will look into
this.

DiGiulio asked about grants for the Security Issue on the High School and to ask the
school to contact Mr. Raymond Roe who meets regularly with the County on this. Paton
suggested a meeting to sit and discuss where the Seized Drug Fund Money will go.
Richter stated Council needs guidelines on how this money can be used, and there will be
meetings in the future on various aspects of how the money should be used.

Richter stated she will get the finalized Budget Schedules out as soon as possible. It was
decided Budget Meetings will be on Tuesdays from 7PM to 10PM and Saturdays from
8AM to 12PM.

Roth stated the Schools looked at an Electronic Locking System and it would cost $200 –
300,000.00, and the Finger Print Recognition would be $400-$500,000.00. It was
concluded that the normal lock and key method was the most cost effective way to deal
with School Security Issues.

Roth stated he, Paton, and the Business Administrator met with regard to the Digital
Archiving System and the meeting was very productive. It was concluded that there were
a number of technical questions that needed to be answered prior to bringing it to
Council. More information will be coming next week.

Richter asked for information on the list of items and projects Council has questions on to
be turned in to her as soon as possible.

Richter received a call from a resident on Christie Avenue asking why the signs have not
been put up. Richter wanted to know why. The Business Administrator stated the
Ordinance must first become effective. The Department of Public Works is preparing the
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signs and they want to review with the Police Department where the signs should be
posted. Richter stated it was brought to her attention that there were some potential
traffic accidents due to new business in the area has occurred recently and she asked for
action to be taken to get the signs in place for the safety of the residents and it is critical
for this street. Richter is in support of the residents, and wants to see this problem
rectified.

On a motion made by Roth, seconded by Kelly, the meeting was adjourned at
10:35PM. All in favor. Motion carried.

Respectfully submitted,


Kathrine G. Coletta, RMC/CMC
Municipal Clerk

KGC/mcr





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