MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEETING

BOROUGH OF WANAQUE

MINUTES
Regular Meeting
March 9, 2009

A Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Wanaque was held on Monday, March 9, 2009, at 8:00 P.M. in the Wanaque Municipal Building.

The Mayor called the meeting to order.

On roll call, the following Council Members responded: Balunis, Cisco, O’Connell, Pettet and Theoharous. Councilman Pasquariello was absent. The Mayor declared a quorum. The Borough Attorney and Borough Engineer were present. The Borough Administrator was absent.

The Mayor read the following Sunshine Statement: This is a Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council and adequate notice thereof has been given by advertising the dates, time and place of the Regular meetings in the Suburban Trends and the Herald News newspapers and was e-mailed to these papers on January 2, 2009, and a notice thereof has been posted on January 2, 2009 on the bulletin board in the Wanaque Municipal Building, 579 Ringwood Avenue, Wanaque, New Jersey and a copy thereof has been on file in the office of the Municipal Clerk.

The Mayor requested a moment of silence for Samuel Venezia from the Fire Department and Ed Dalton from Lakeland Regional High School who have passed away.

PRESENTATION: 2008 Volunteer of the Year Award

The Mayor, Joanne Dandrea and Cheryl Carriero from the Recreation Commission presented a plaque to Councilman Thomas Balunis for the 2008 Volunteer of the Year.

MINUTES:

Regular Meeting of February 9, 2009.

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilmen Theoharous and Balunis moved a motion to approve the aforementioned minutes.
On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

Special Meeting of February 25, 2009.

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilmen Theoharous and O’Connell moved a motion to approve the aforementioned minutes.
On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

ORDINANCES:

Introduction of Ord. #1-0-09:
Re: Amend Chapter 88 entitled “Property Maintenance” to amend certain sections of
the chapter

Held.

Introduction of Ord. #2-0-09:
Re: Amend Chapter 98 entitled “Subdivision and Land Development” to amend
certain sections of the chapter

Held.

Introduction of Ord. #3-0-09:
Re: Amend Chapter 99 entitled “Swimming Pools” to amend certain sections of the
chapter

Held.

Introduction of Ord. #4-0-09:
Re: Amend Chapter 114 entitled “Zoning” to amend various sections of the
chapter

Held.

Introduction of Ord. #5-0-09:
Re: An Ordinance establishing a Redevelopment Plan for certain properties

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilman Pasquariello and Theoharous moved that Ordinance #5-0-09 be taken from the table and read by the Clerk, by title only, for consideration of first reading.
On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

The Clerk took from the table and read by title only as follows: AN
ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A REDEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR CERTAIN PROPERTIES LOCATED ON OR NEAR RINGWOOD AVENUE, FURNACE AVENUE, RHINESMITH AVENUE, AND FOURTH AVENUE IN THE BOROUGHOF WANAQUE, DESIGNATING THE BOROUGH COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF WANAQUE AS THE REDEVELOPMENT ENTITY FOR THE MIDVALE AND US ALUMINUM REDEVELOPMENT AREAS AND ESTABLISHING THE MIDVALE REDEVELOPMENT AREA ZONING DISTRICT (MRA) AND THE INDUSTRIAL-MIXED USE REDEVELOPMENT AREA (IMURA). CHAPTER 114 OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF WANAQUE ENTITLED ‘ZONING’ IS HEREBY AMENDED TO INCLUDE THE MRA ZONE AND IMU ZONE AND ZONING DISTRICTS.

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilmen Pasquariello and Theoharous moved that,

BE IT RESOLVED that an Ordinance entitled: AN ORDINANCE
ESTABLISHING A REDEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR CERTAIN PROPERTIES LOCATED ON OR NEAR RINGWOOD AVENUE, FURNACE AVENUE, RHINESMITH AVENUE, AND FOURTH AVENUE IN THE BOROUGHOF WANAQUE, DESIGNATING THE BOROUGH COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF WANAQUE AS THE REDEVELOPMENT ENTITY FOR THE MIDVALE AND US ALUMINUM REDEVELOPMENT AREAS AND ESTABLISHING THE MIDVALE REDEVELOPMENT AREA ZONING DISTRICT (MRA) AND THE INDUSTRIAL-MIXED USE REDEVELOPMENT AREA (IMURA). CHAPTER 114 OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF WANAQUE ENTITLED ‘ZONING’ IS HEREBY AMENDED TO INCLUDE THE MRA ZONE AND IMU ZONE AND ZONING DISTRICTS pass first reading, and that said Ordinance be further considered for final passage and adoption at a meeting of the Borough Council to be held on the 20th day of April 2009, at the Municipal Building in the Borough of Wanaque at 8:00 P.M., and that at such time and place all persons interested be given an opportunity to be heard concerning said Ordinance; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Borough Clerk be instructed to publish in the manner provided by law a copy of said Ordinance, together with introduction thereof and notice when same will be considered for final passage and adoption.

On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

COMMITTEE REPORTS: (Work Meeting)

PUBLIC DISCUSSION:

John Maiello, 26 Rhinesmith Avenue, Wanaque asked about the status of dissolving the Wanaque Valley Regional Sewer Authority.
The Mayor said it’s a dead issue.
John Maiello said they are spending money and another increase is probably coming. Should sue for the administration fee. The residents are hit with the sixty dollar fee. Three years they never raised their contract. Ringwood and West Milford voted no.
The Mayor said we are considering it and the cost of litigation is there.
John Maiello said I would hate to see the rates go up again.
The Borough Attorney said litigation was started years ago to get the fees and it was determined that the Borough was not the proper party. The Borough Sewer Authority would be the one to do it.
John Maiello said the Mayor and Council have to sue for the administration fee.
The Borough Attorney said we will speak to Jeff Kassover regarding the situation.

Councilman Balunis said last June we asked the State Comptroller and have not heard anything.
The Mayor said Tom and I met with him in September and did not hear anything back yet.
Councilman Balunis said it would be nice to get some feedback.
The Mayor closed the Public Discussion.

CONSENT AGENDA:

Three (3) Applications for Membership for the Wanaque Volunteer Fire Department:
Re: 1) Stefan DelloBuono and 2) Scott Grossberg – Company #1, 3) Sean Sweeney –
Company #2 effective immediately. (Pending results of physical examinations)
and letter to remove Samuel Venezia and Daniel Hart from the Fire Department
Membership rolls

Application for Amusement Machine License:
Re: Phoenix Club, 1093 Ringwood Avenue, Haskell (Approved by the Police Chief
and Fire Official)

Two (2) Applications for Raffle Licenses:
Re: 1) Saint Francis of Assisi Home School Association – RA:705, 2) A.W.A.R.E.
A.S.A.P. – RA:706

Resolution #47-0-09:
Re: Refund overpayments on various properties for 1st Quarter 2009 in the amount
of $6,407.19

WHEREAS, there exists tax overpayments on the properties listed herein for the first quarter of 2009:

BLOCK LOT AMOUNT
200.03 7 $ 39.81
200.15 3 $2,486.00
248.01 6C0028 $1,777.19
313.04 1.03 $2,104.19

WHEREAS, the owners have requested a refund of said overpayments;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund a total of $6,407.19 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #48-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00140 in the amount of $3,092.19
for Block 200.20, Lot 2

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Edward J. Galbierczyk was the successful bidder for Block 200.20 Lot 2 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00140 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $3,092.19 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #49-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00141 in the amount of $3,035.99 for Block 200.20, Lot 3

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Edward J. Galbierczyk was the successful bidder for Block 200.20 Lot 3 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00141 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $3,035.99 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #50-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00143 in the amount of $3,093.15

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and

WHEREAS, Edward J. Galbierczyk was the successful bidder for Block 200.20 Lot 5 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00143 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $3,093.15 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #51-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00146 in the amount of $19,586.24 for Block 200.20, Lot 15

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Crusader Servicing Corporation was the successful bidder for Block 200.20 Lot15 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00146 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $19,586.24 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #52-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00147 in the amount of $20,642.83 for Block 200.20, Lot 16

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Crusader Servicing Corporation was the successful bidder for Block 200.20 Lot16 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00147 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $20,642.83 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #53-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00151 in the amount of $1,800.30 for Block 200.21, Lot 22

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Edward J. Galbierczyk was the successful bidder for Block 200.21 Lot 22 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00151 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $1,800.30 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #54-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00152 in the amount of $1,800.44 for Block 200.21, Lot 23

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Edward J. Galbierczyk was the successful bidder for Block 200.21 Lot 23 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00152 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $1,800.44 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #55-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00153 in the amount of $1,571.48 for Block 200.21, Lot 24 (HOLD)

Held.

Resolution #56-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00154 in the amount of $1,800.44 for Block 200.21, Lot 25

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Edward J. Galbierczyk was the successful bidder for Block 200.21 Lot 25 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00154 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $1,800.44 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #57-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00155 in the amount of $1,800.44 for Block 200.21, Lot 26

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Edward J. Galbierczyk was the successful bidder for Block 200.21 Lot 26 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00155 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $1,800.44 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #58-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00156 in the amount of $1,800.44 for Block 200.21, Lot 27

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Edward J. Galbierczyk was the successful bidder for Block 200.21 Lot 27 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00156 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $1,800.44 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #59-0-09:
Re: Redemption of Tax Sale Certificate #06-00157 in the amount of $1,800.44 for Block 200.21, Lot 28

WHEREAS, a Tax Sale was held for 2005 delinquent Municipal charges on May 23, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Edward J. Galbierczyk was the successful bidder for Block 200.21 Lot 28 for which Tax Sale Certificate #06-00157 was assigned, and
WHEREAS, the property owner has redeemed said certificate of which funds have been deposited into the Current Account.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer shall refund to the lien holder the amount of $1,800.44 as per the certification of the Tax Collector.

Resolution #60-0-09:
Re: Budgetary Transfers

None.

Resolution #61-0-09:
Re: Payment to Walter H. Poppe Contractors, Inc. – Haskell Firehouse #2 in the amount of $79,541.70

Resolution #62-0-09:
Re: 2008 Recycling Tonnage Report

APPENDIX B

SAMPLE TONNAGE GRANT APPLICATION RESOLUTION

WHEREAS, The Mandatory Source Separation and Recycling Act, P.L.1987, c.102, has established a recycling fund from which tonnage grant may be made to municipalities in order to encourage local source separation and recycling programs; and

WHEREAS, It is the intent and the spirit of the Mandatory Source Separation and Recycling Act to use the tonnage grants to develop new municipal recycling programs and to continue and to expand existing programs; and

WHEREAS, The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has promulgated recycling regulations to
Implement the Mandatory Source Separation and Recycling Act; and

WHEREAS, The recycling regulations impose on municipalities certain requirements as a condition for applying for tonnage grants, including but not limited to, making and keeping accurate, verifiable records of materials collected and claimed by the municipality; and

WHEREAS, A resolution authorizing this municipality to apply for the 2008 Recycling Tonnage Grant will memorialize the commitment of this municipality to recycling and to indicate the assent of the Borough of Wanaque Borough Council to the efforts undertaken by the municipality and the requirements contained in the Recycling Act and recycling regulations; and

WHEREAS, Such a resolution should designate the individual authorized to ensure the application is properly completed and timely filed.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Borough Council of the Borough of Wanaque that the Borough of Wanaque hereby endorses the submission of the recycling tonnage grant application to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and designates Thomas F. Carroll to ensure that the application is properly filed; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the monies received from the recycling tonnage grant be deposited in a dedicated recycling trust fund to be used solely for the purposes of recycling.

Resolution #63-0-09:
Re: Authorize the Sale of Surplus properties

BE IT RESOLVED that in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:11-36 that the following vehicles and equipment are no longer needed for public use, and that the Borough Administrator is authorized and directed to sell said equipment and vehicles in accordance with the law.

• 1996 Ford Crown Vic/4Dr. Blue Vin #2FALP71W6TX119123.
• 1999 Ford Crown Vic/4Dr. White Vin #2FAFP71WOXX171138.
• 2003 Ford Crown Vic/4Dr. White Vin #2FAH871W73X178445.
• 2005 Ford Crown Vic/4 Dr. White Vin #2FAHP71WX5X136631.
• 1997 Ford Crown Vic/4Dr. White Vin #2FALP71WOVX224064.
• 1980 Chevy Blazer K-10Blue Vin #CKL18AF147124.
• 1993 FORD Crown Vic/4Dr. while Vin #2FACP71W1PX183995.
• 1983 Yellow Garbage Truck-Cargostar International 15 yds Vin #2HTD10459DCA11415
• 1986 Green Garbage Truck GMC Brigadier 20 yds Vin #16DP86142GV510033
• 1993 Dodge Utility W350 Vin #1B6KM3650PS256305.
• 1983 Olathe Slice Seeder Model 193 83-832267LDL.
• 1979 Ingersoll Rand Spiro flow portable compressor 112251479910.
• DMT Corporation Generator 4 cyc. Hercules engine natural gas 00 amp.
• 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora Vin #1G3GR62CXS4141782
• 2005 Ford Crown Vic/4Dr. White Vin #2FAHP71W15X136632.
• 2004 Ford Crown Vic/ 4 Dr.Black Vin #2FAHP71W34X138879.
• 1993 Ford F-700 Dump Vin #1FYK74C8PUA12853.
• 1996 Jeep Cherokee Vin #1J4FJ7852TL188880.
• 1993 Ford F-700 Single Axel Dump Truck Vin #1FYK74L8PVA12853
• 1987 International Garbage Truck Vin #1HTZUDBT8HH510137
• 2001 Ford Crown Vic/4Dr. White Vin #2FAFP71W81X151078
• 2002 Ford Crown Vic/4Dr. White Vin #2FAFP71W92X137238
• 2006 Ford Taurus 4Dr. Silver Vin #1FAFP53U06A112193
• 1995 Nissan Altima 4 Dr. Purple Vin #1N4BU31D2SC154720

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the sale of surplus property be conducted on
the internet site govdeals.com pursuant to Local Finance Notice 2008-9 or in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1 et seq.; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Borough Administrator is authorized to execute an agreement with govdeals.com and terms and conditions of the agreement are available on the vendor’s website and in the Borough Clerk’s Office.

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilmen Pasquariello and O’Connell moved a motion to approve the aforementioned Consent Agenda.
On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

REGULAR REPORTS - PROFESSIONAL REPORTS:

1. Clerk's Receipts NONE.

2. Police Department Report - NONE.

3. Tax Collector's Report for February 2009 NONE.

4. Municipal Court Report for February 2009

5. Welfare Report for February 2009 - NONE.

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilmen Pasquariello and Theoharous moved that reports be received and filed; and that all monies be turned over to the Treasurer.
On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

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Daniel Mahler
Mayor

Administrator:

Engineer:

Attorney:

COMMUNICATIONS:

Letter from Lorraine LaNeve:
Re: National Day of Prayer – May 7, 2009:

Received and filed.

Letter and Resolution from the Wanaque Board of Education:
Re: Authorize the Police Department to enforce restrictions on the grounds of the Wanaque Public Schools


NEW BUSINESS:

Closed Session:
Re: Litigation / Negotiation / Personnel

None.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

Status of US Aluminum Investigation:

There are investigations still going on for the site.

RESOLUTIONS:

Resolution #64-0-09:
Re: Authorize Lease Agreement – NJDOT properties

Held.

Resolution #65-0-09:
Re: Authorize Environmental Infrastructure Trust Application

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilmen Pasquariello and O’Connell moved that,
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPLICATION
FOR A LOAN FROM THE NEW JERSEY ENVIRONMENTAL
INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING PROGRAM


Resolution Number 65-0-09

Applicant: BOROUGH OF WANAQUE

Loan Number

WHEREAS, the BOROUGH OF WANAQUE intends to file an application with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust for the (description of project):RINGWOOD AVENUE WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT PHASE III
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that THOMAS F. CARROLL, BOROUGH ADMINISTRATOR be authorized to act as the Authorized Representative to represent the BOROUGH OF WANAQUE in all matters relating to the project undertaken pursuant to the above referenced New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Loan to be executed with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust. The Authorized Representative may be contacted at: 579 RINGWOOD AVENUE, WANAQUE, NJ 07465, 973-839-3000 x 7113.

I do hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct and true copy of a Resolution adopted by BOROUGH OF WANAQUE at a meeting duly held on the 9TH day of MARCH, 2009.

On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

Resolution #66-0-09:
Re: Authorize the execution of Developer’s Agreement – Parsco, Inc.

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilmen Pasquariello and O’Connell moved a motion to approve the aforementioned resolution.
On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

Resolution #67-0-09:
Re: Community Development Block Grant Application – Second Avenue Drainage

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilmen Pasquariello and Theoharous moved
A motion to approve the aforementioned resolution.
On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

Resolution #68-0-09:
Re: Payment to Walter H. Poppe Contractors, Inc. re: Change Order #3 for the Wanaque Firehouse in the amount of $4,356.00

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilman Pasquariello and Councilwoman Cisco moved that,

BE IT RESOLVED that payment be made to Walter H. Poppe Contractors, Inc. for Change Order No. 3 for the Haskell Firehouse in the amount of $4,356.00.

On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried.

FINANCE REPORT:

Councilman Pettet said your Finance Committee respectfully reports that they have examined and approved the following and recommend that warrants be issued for their payment when the funds of the Borough of Wanaque are sufficient to meet them.

Vouchers:

CURRENT PREPAID $ 10,248.34

CURRENT 2008 167,195.81

CURRENT 2009 226,715.77

WATER OPERATING PREPAID 645.72

WATER OPERATING 2008 1,379.95

WATER OPERATING 2009 27,391.87

WATER CAPITAL 53,154.42

GENERAL CAPITAL PREPAID 1,929.00

GENERAL CAPITAL ($711,083.00 FIRE TRUCK) 713,012.00

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE 8,250.15

OPEN SPACE TRUST 362.14

RECYCLING TRUST 25,000.00

RECREATION TRUST 30.00

ANIMAL TRUST __ 315.00 ___

TOTAL VOUCHERS $1,255,630.17

On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the resolution adopted and forthwith approved it.
APPROVED: March 9, 2009

___________________________
Daniel Mahler
Mayor

Payrolls:

Councilmen Pettet and Theoharous moved a resolution approving the following payrolls:
Payroll #04 p/e 02/20/09 $203,809.98

Payroll #05 p/e 03/06/09 $201,477.53_

Payroll Total $405,287.51

GRAND TOTAL $1,640,917.68

On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the resolution adopted and forthwith approved it.
APPROVED: March 9, 2009

________________________________
Daniel Mahler
Mayor

ADJOURNMENT:

On entertainment of the Mayor, Councilmen O’Connell and Pettet moved a motion to adjourn the meeting.
On roll call, all voted yes, and the Mayor declared the motion carried; meeting adjourned at 8:20 P.M.

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Katherine J. Falone, RMC, CMC
Municipal Clerk