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Borough of Brielle, NJ


June 12, 2006

October 27 2006

June 12, 2006

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MINUTES JUNE 12th, 2006 WORK SESSION START: 7:30P.M.

PRESENT: Mayor Nicol, Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak. Attorney Montenegro & Administrator Nolan.

ABSENT: None.

Mayor Nicol convened the work session in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act and recognized the Administrator who advised Council that he had nothing to report, but asked permission to add two resolutions to the Consent Agenda. One would authorize the Mayor & Clerk to execute an application to NJDOT for Transportation Trust Funds and the second releases a performance guarantee posted by Aldarelli Enterprises. Council gave their assent.

The session was adjourned at 7:31 p.m. on a motion by Coun. Garruzzo seconded by Coun. Shaak.



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MINUTES JUNE 12th, 2006 MEETING START: 7:32 P.M.

PRESENT: Mayor Nicol, Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak. Attorney Montenegro & Administrator Nolan.

ABSENT: None.

After a moment of silent prayer, and a salute to the flag, Mayor Nicol opened the meeting in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act and asked for a motion, made by Coun, Lenzen and seconded by Coun. Nolan, to accept and file the Minutes of the May 22nd, 2006 Meeting. Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; all aye

Mayor Nicol announced that the time had arrived for a hearing on an application, submitted by Verizon New Jersey, Inc., for Municipal Consent for the Operation of a Cable Television System in the Borough of Brielle.

The hearing was opened on a motion by Coun. Lenzen, seconded by Coun. Scott.

The Chair recognized John P. Szeliga, External Affairs Director for Verizon, who provided the Council with an overview of Verizon’s fiber optic network which he believed would bring competition to the industry and prove to be a benefit to the residents of Brielle.

Mr. Szeliga introduced his colleagues, Lincoln Janus, the area franchise manager and Thomas Kelly, an Attorney for the firm.

Mr. Janus advised the Council of the legislation currently pending in the State Senate, which if passed, would expedite the franchise process. However, Verizon was now proceeding under the current statutes and the firm is therefore seeking municipal consent from the Borough to provide fiber optic cable service to the residents of Brielle.

Mr. Janus briefly reviewed the history of the corporation and cited the 1984 divestiture which separated Bell Atlantic from AT&T; Verizon is the successor company to Bell Atlantic. Mr. Janus noted that Verizon meets the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) criteria for seeking municipal consent in that Verizon has the technical expertise, financial wherewithal, and legal qualifications to seek a franchise.

Since the 1980’s, starting in Chicago, the firm has been involved in the telecommunications industry and they have done an excellent job installing fiber optic systems. Fiber optics has the advantage of speed, high capacity and is not vulnerable to moisture. Verizon hoped to gain municipal consent to bring their service from the curb into the homes of Brielle residents.

Mr. Janus offered that, based on prior experience in states such as Texas, Maryland, etc., the availability of fiber optic service had resulted in competition that led to an overall decrease in the price of all cable services, the average price reduction was 16%. Competition also enhanced service.
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At this juncture Mr. Janus showed a DVD Presentation. The essence of that presentation is included in a Verizon Brochure which is amended to these minutes.

In closing Mr. Janus emphasized that Verizon was offering Brielle residents a “choice” not a replacement for the existing cable network. He noted that, in Keller Texas, one third of residents switched to Verizon while two thirds continued to stay with the traditional cable service and satellite television. He added that the preliminary price for basic service was $39.95 per month.

Coun. Lenzen asked Mr. Janus when construction was scheduled to begin? The reply was within a "year". Coun. Lenzen stated that he had three Verizon phone lines and had intermittent problems with each line. Coun. Lenzen asked why the Council should trust Verizon to install a fiber optic network when they can’t provide phone service?

Mr. Janus stated that he and Mr. Szeliga were aware of the phone problem and were addressing it.

Coun. Nolan asked if, once the installation was completed on a particular street, if the service would be available, or did the public have to await a complete build out of the system?

Mr. Janus said that once a street was wired the service was available, but added that, while the anticipated timeframe for construction was one year, Verizon felt that a five year window was appropriate for actual completion. Mr. Szeliga interjected that the Spring Lake Office would soon be online and Brielle was a component of that group; he compared the construction to a “domino effect” and indicated that, in his opinion, the build out of the system would be expeditious. Mr. Szeliga noted that this is how the installation was anticipated to proceed from the Red Bank hub to municipalities such as Fair Haven & Rumson.

Coun. Shaak asked if a new installation would be by street or section? Mr. Janus offered that once a street was wired the residents could avail themselves of the service and added that Appendix #4 of the application clearly indicated that “all” of Brielle would be wired for fiber optic service. Mr. Janus did concede that underground installation would take longer.

Coun. Shaak interjected that some 80% of Brielle would be aerial installation, but asked if that posed a problem due to weather. Given the large number of trees and potential for fallen limbs, the system could be vulnerable. He asked how difficult it was to repair the system?

Mr. Janus said that maintenance was not a problem, but added that, if a tree limb knocked out the line it would take time to restore the service.

Thomas P. Kelly, an Attorney from Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, addressed the Council with regard to the timeframe for municipal consent. He also urged the Council to contact Office of Cable Television which was a division of the BPU and had jurisdiction and ultimate approval over all municipal consent ordinances.

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Mr. Kelly noted that, rather than await the outcome of the pending state legislation, Verizon had filed municipal consent applications in 92 communities. The process required a public hearing and, once the hearing was closed, the municipality had thirty days to approve or disapprove the application by resolution. The approval then, within forty-five days, would be put in the form of an ordinance which would require BPU approval.

Mr. Kelly reiterated that Verizon meet the criteria of the BPU as it had the financial, technical and legal expertise to provide a cable franchise and, he added, that should the Governing Body wish to discuss the application with the Office of Cablevision they would find that it “exceeded” the criteria.

Verizon having concluded its presentation, the Chair recognized Adam Falk of Cablevision who stated that Cablevision had no problem with the idea of competition, but merely sought a level playing field. Mr. Falk avowed that Verizon did not meet the same criteria as Cablevision and noted that Section #4 & #5 of their application were incomplete; he believed that these deficiencies were significant and that Council had the right and an obligation to seek this information from Verizon.

Mr. Falk cited the questions posed earlier by Coun. Nolan & Shaak as to the timetable and he pointed out that the Verizon application did not contain a construction schedule. He cited other communities where Verizon had installed large “boxes” in municipal rights-of-way and this caused residents to ask questions. Without an accurate timeframe for construction the Governing Body would not be able to answer such questions when confronted by their constituents.

Mr. Falk continued in this vein and noted that Verizon employed a street map which failed to indicate the distribution points and what section of the Borough would be wired underground and where aerial installation would be employed.

Mr. Falk pointed out that, of the 92 municipalities where applications have been filed, some 50 to 60 have filed resolutions, but only 1 community was moving forward; he added that applications had been filed in Park Ridge, Demarest & Passaic, and the BPU had requested additional information on each of them.

In closing Mr. Falk reiterated that the BPU application required specific information, some of which Verizon had failed to provide; he again asked the Council to ensure that the playing field was level.

Coun. Bolger raised the issue of the appropriateness of the Verizon applications statewide. He asked if they would be deemed appropriate by the BPU, and if not, had Cablevision challenged the process either legally or quasi-legally in any municipality?

Mr. Falk replied “no”, but added that of the 92 filings; only 6 had moved forward and each of these had been contingent on the provision of additional information.

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Attorney Montenegro asked Mr. Falk if he knew of any community that had acted on or denied an application. The answer was “no”. Mr. Falk interjected that the timeframe enunciated by Mr. Kelly was not written in stone. Many municipalities were requesting additional information and none had submitted ordinances. He added that the Borough was in the “driver’s seat”. Only the Governing Body could grant a municipal franchise and before they take such action they should require the missing information. Mr. Falk noted that the Verizon local office would be situated in Shrewsbury, while Cablevision maintained an office in Wall Township.

Mr. Falk added that Verizon intended to meet their Public/Educational/Government (PEG) requirement by “piggy-backing” onto Cablevision’s network. He asked why they should benefit from an investment made by Cablevision?

Coun. Garruzzo queried as to how Verizon can leave some sections of the application blank? Mr. Falk rejoined that Cablevision had not left any blanks in their application and Verizon should be held to the same standard. He urged the Council to make them “fill in the blanks”. Mr. Falk added that, if they don’t answer the questions, they should not receive a franchise.

Attorney Montenegro once again asked if any municipality had denied a Verizon application? Mr. Falk replied “no” and offered that only six had approved.

Attorney Montenegro then asked Mr. Janus if Verizon intended to make their fiber network available throughout the Borough of Brielle? The answer was “yes”.

Mr. Montenegro asked if Verizon would provide PEG services. The response was that they anticipated to meet that requirement through an interconnection Cablevision’s network, but if not they were prepared to provide their own PEG channels.

Mr. Montenegro then asked if Verizon would provide a local originating program channel? Mr. Janus said “no” as they were not required to. Cablevision and other cable networks, employed such channels to showcase their own product, but the statute did not mandate such a channel.

Mr. Montenegro cited correspondence received from Cablevision (5/23/06) and Verizon (6/6/06) and asked that both communications be made a part of the record.

The Hearing was closed on a motion by Coun. Scott, seconded by Coun. Garruzzo, but Coun. Lenzen thought that the Council needed time to digest the volume of information received at the hearing.

Coun. Bolger agreed and he anticipated that, once the hearing was reported in the Coast Star, more members of the public would come forward to voice their opinions or concerns over the proposed application.

When advised by Mr. Montenegro, that the thirty day timeframe would go into effect when the hearing was closed, Coun. Scott then made a motion to withdraw her original motion, which was Page 73

again seconded by Coun. Garruzzo, all aye. Coun. Scott then introduced a motion, seconded by Coun. Garruzzo, to carry the hearing to June 26th, 2006 at 7:30 p.m.

Coun. Lenzen. seconded by Coun. Garruzzo, introduced Resolution 06-80 for passage of the Consent Agenda.

RESOLUTIONS
06-80A. (see insertion).
06-80B to authorize the renewal of Pool Licenses re: Manasquan River Yacht Club & Brielle Landing Condominium Association for the 2006 season.
06-80C (see insertion).
06-80-D (see insertion).
06-80-E (see insertion).
06-80-F (see insertion).
06-80-G (see insertion).

MOTIONS


Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; all aye. No nays. Passed. (Note: Coun. Nolan abstained on 06-80-B due to membership in the MRYC.)




Resolution No: 06-80-A Date: June 12th, 2006


BOROUGH OF BRIELLE
RESOLUTION


Whereas, on June 1st, 2006, Holiday Express, 968 Shrewsbury Ave., Tinton Falls, NJ 07724, submitted Raffle Application No. RA-2006-4, ID No. 343-4-36537 for an on-site 50/50 cash raffle to be held at the Manasquan River Golf Club, 843 Riverview Drive, Brielle NJ 08730 on July 24th, 2006 from 6-10p.m.
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Whereas, the Brielle Police Department had indicated that it has no objection to granting this License.

Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, that the Governing Body of the Borough of Brielle directs the Business Administrator to sign the Findings and Determination and the Municipal Clerk is to issue the required License on behalf of the Borough.



CERTIFICATION


The foregoing is a true copy of a Resolution passed by the Mayor & Council of the Borough of Brielle at a Meeting held at Borough Hall, 601 Union Lane, Brielle, New Jersey, on June 12th, 2006.

Witness my Hand and Seal of the Borough of Brielle, this 13th day of June 2006.





________________________
Thomas F. Nolan
Municipal Clerk




SEAL



RESOLUTION No: 06-80-C DATE: JUNE 12th, 2006


BOROUGH OF BRIELLE RESOLUTION

WHEREAS, APPLICATION HAS BEEN MADE FOR THE RENEWAL OF LIQUOR LICENSE #1308-33-010-008, RPVR, INC. T/A DUE AMICI, AND

WHEREAS, THE APPLICATION IS COMPLETE, THE FEES DUE TO THE MUNICIPALITY AND TO THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY HAVE BEEN PAID AND MUNICIPAL REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET, AND

WHEREAS, THERE HAVE BEEN NO OBJECTIONS TO THE RENEWAL OF THIS LICENSE.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE APPLICATION OF RPVR, INC. T/A DUE AMICI. FOR PREMISES LOCATED AT 420 HIGGINS AVENUE, BRIELLE, N.J., IS HEREBY APPROVED AND THE MUNICIPAL CLERK IS AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE SAID LICENSE FOR THE LICENSE TERM JULY 1st, 2006 THROUGH JUNE 30th, 2007.


CERTIFICATION

THE FOREGOING IS A TRUE COPY OF A RESOLUTION PASSED BY THE BRIELLE MAYOR & COUNCIL. AT A MEETING HELD ON JUNE 12th, 2006.

WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE THIS 13th DAY OF JUNE. 2006.




_________________________________
THOMAS F. NOLAN
MUNICIPAL CLERK


SEAL







Resolution No:06-80-D Date: June 12th, 2006

Borough of Brielle Resolution

Whereas, application has been made for the renewal of Liquor License #1308-33-004-007, and

Whereas, the application is complete, the $1,866.00 fee due to the municipality, has been received, along with the $200.00 fee due to the State Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, and

Whereas, all municipal requirements have been meet and no objections to the renewal of this license have been lodged.

Now Therefore Be It Resolved, that the application of Simko’s Bar & Restaurant, LLC. T/A Simko’s for premises located at 403 Higgins Avenue, Brielle, New Jersey, is hereby approved and the Municipal Clerk is hereby authorized to issue said license for the period July 1st, 2006 through June 30th, 2007.


Certification

The foregoing is a true copy of a Resolution passed by the Bridle Mayor & Council at a meeting held on June 12th, 2006.

Witness my hand and seal of the Borough of Brielle this 13th day of June 2006.




_________________________
Thomas F. Nolan
Municipal Clerk
SEAL




RESOLUTION NO: 06-80-E
DATE: JUNE 12th, 2006



RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE

BE IT RESOLVED, THAT BIRDSALL ENGINEERING IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO CONDUCT SURVEY, PREPARE BID SPECIFICATIONS, AND TO PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION & ADMINISTRATION SERVICES FOR THE ERECTION OF A NEW DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS GARAGE, AT A TOTAL COST NOT TO EXCEED $18,600.00, AS PER THE ATTACHED PROPOSAL.


CERTIFICATION

THE FOREGOING IS A TRUE COPY OF A RESOLUTION APPROVED BY THE BRIELLE MAYOR & COUNCIL AT A MEETING HELD ON JUNE 12th, 2006.

WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE THIS 13th DAY OF JUNE 2006.





_____________________________
THOMAS F. NOLAN
MUNICIPAL CLERK





Resolution No: 06-80-F
Date: June 12th, 2006


RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE

WHEREAS, the Borough of Brielle wishes to submit an application to NJ DOT, under the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Authority Act & Local Bridge Bond Act, for Improvements to Rankin Road. The total estimated cost is $271,070.00. ($250,070.00 State Funds $21,000.00 Local Matching Funds).

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Mayor & Clerk of the Borough of Brielle are hereby authorized to execute the Attached application on behalf of the Borough of Brielle.



CERTIFICATION


The foregoing is a true copy of a resolution approved by the Brielle Mayor & Council at a meeting held on June 12th, 2006.

Witness my hand and seal of the Borough of Brielle this 13th day of June 2006.




____________________________
Thomas F. Nolan
Municipal Clerk

SEAL



Resolution No: 06-80-G
Date: June 12th, 2006


Borough of Brielle Resolution


WHEREAS, there exists a Maintenance Bond for a retaining wall, approved by the Brielle Planning Board, on property known as 23 Lebanon Drive, owned by Grace Roberts, Bond in the name of Aldarelli Enterprises, Inc., in the amount of $7,050.00, and

WHEREAS, Birdsall Engineering, Inc. has inspected this property and has stated that all is in order and the Maintenance Bond can be released,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Body of the Borough of Brielle on this 12th day of June 2006, that the above mentioned Maintenance Bond be released (escrow monies to be held until the final bill from Birdsall Engineering, Inc.).




Approved: June 12, 2006 ___________________________
Thomas F. Nolan,
Municipal Clerk




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Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Lenzen, introduced Resolution 06-81 TO PAY BILLS: Be It Resolved, that the following bills be paid and that the Mayor or President of Council be authorized to draw orders on the Chief Municipal Finance Officer, in the amount of same, for payment of the bills of June 12th, 2006, as reviewed by the Finance Committee and as listed on the Resolution and the Computer Bill List amended thereto Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; aye. No nays. Passed.

Mayor Nicol then announced that the time had arrived for the introduction and passage on first reading of “AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER XX OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE ENTITLED “LAND USE PROCEDURES”.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Lenzen, introduced Resolution 06-82 for passage on introduction and first reading of the foregoing ordinance. Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; all aye. No nays. Passed.

Coun. Shaak, seconded by Coun. Nolan, introduced Resolution 06-83 to authorize publication of the foregoing ordinance in the Coast Star for a hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m., at Borough Hall, 601 Union Lane, Brielle, New Jersey, on June 26th, 2006. Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; all aye. No nays. Passed.

Mayor Nicol then announced that the time had arrived for the introduction and passage on first reading of “AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER XXI OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE ENTITLED “LAND USE PROCEDURES”.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Nolan, introduced Resolution 06-84 for passage on introduction and first reading of the foregoing ordinance. Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; all aye. No nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Nolan, introduced Resolution 06-85 to authorize publication of the foregoing ordinance in the Coast Star for a hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m., at Borough Hall, 601 Union Lane, Brielle, New Jersey, on June 26th, 2006. Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shank; all aye. No nays. Passed.

Mayor Nicol then called for Committee Reports and recognized Coun. Scott who reminded the public that, while weeds and garden debris can be placed at the curb for collection, the materials should not be placed in plastic bags. The DPW did not pick-up plastic bags.

Coun. Bolger advised the public that the Brielle First Aid Squad had completed the renovations to the “Party Room” and the room was perfect for gatherings of up to seventy-two people. The Squad anticipated making the room available for bridal showers and other family events. The price was $350.00 for four hours. The price was competitive, the cause worthwhile, and Coun. Bolger praised the Squad for its commitment to fund raising to help maintain its operations. Coun. Bolger added that the contact person for use of the room was Jeanne Jacobus, President.

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Coun. Shaak had no report. Coun. Nolan congratulated the Brielle Board of Recreation for the success of their soccer program and he noted that the 75th Anniversary of the Manasquan Inlet celebration would feature an exhibit on June 27th at 6:00 p.m. at the inlet. A full calendar of events was posted at Borough Hall.

Coun. Nolan added that the Web Site Committee had met and he anticipated that the site would be up and running by the end of next month. In closing he advised his colleagues that the “Ad Hoc” Committee on Health benefits had received additional information for their review and he anticipated having a final report at the June 26th meeting.

Coun. Bolger interjected that the soccer program had been so successful that the Board of Recreation had received a donation of $1,000 from a parent who appreciated the Board’s efforts. Coun. Bolger felt that such a gift was a real credit to the Board.

Coun. Garruzzo having no report, Coun. Lenzen reported on the Police Department’s TRAK System which provided an analysis as to the number of vehicles that traveled a roadway, the percent within the speed limit, the percent over the limit and the average speed of the vehicles.

The TRAK System had been deployed at three locations and the results were as follows:

Brielle Avenue (May 1st - May 9th): 3,691 vehicles. 85.9% within speed limit. 14.1% speeding. Average speed 23 m.p.h.

Higgins Avenue (May 15th May 22nd): 35,481 vehicles. 97.5% within speed limit. 2.4% speeding. Average speed 24 m.p.h.

Schoolhouse Road (May 29th June 5th): 9,686 vehicles. 81.8% within speed limit. 18.2 speeding. Average speed 26 m.p.h.

Coun. Lenzen explained that the data would enable the Police Department to target those areas where there was a speeding problem. Enforcement would be strict and Coun. Lenzen added that past exercises had demonstrated that the majority of those speeding were local residents. “If you are caught, you will be fined”, he said.

Mayor Nicol then opened the meeting to the public and recognized Mary Lou Bolger, 2 Water’s Edge, who asked if the TRAK System would be employed on Fisk Avenue? Coun. Lenzen said that Fisk Avenue was on the schedule.

Gary Pstrak, 1010 Riverview Drive, asked if Coun. Nolan had polled any segment of the public regarding their views on the health benefit issue? Coun. Nolan said that he had some assessment of public opinion, but a strategic poll had not been taken. Mr. Pstrak also lamented the infestation of some trees with gypsy months. He had contacted both the local and county Shade Tree Commissions and ascertained that Brielle did not meet the criteria for town wide spraying. However, he felt that the Newsletter should carry information in the Fall & Spring issues to advise residents as to what steps they can take to defend their trees against the gypsy moths. Mr. Pstrak felt that, if he had been forewarned that the County would not be spraying, he could have Page 76 12th June 2006

taken appropriate action to avoid the problem.

Daniel Fallon, 1004 Forrest Road thanked Coun. Nolan for his report on the status of the health benefits issue, but added that he believed that the process was unnecessary. The process was in its third month. Manasquan had also deliberated for a number of months and then offered a 20% contribution which was “unacceptable”. The matter was an issue of fairness and equity. Since 1983, the date the Administrator gave for the practice being instituted, the cost for the provision of health benefits had increased. $67,000 was a considerable sum and this money could be a savings to the taxpayer if the Council simply did the right thing and relinquished their health benefits.

Failing that, Mr. Fallon believed that the appropriate course of action would be to place the matter on a referendum in November and let the people decide. Mr. Fallon asked Mayor Nicol if he would place such a question on the November ballot?

The Mayor said he would not make that decision tonight. Attorney Montenegro offered that the matter was speculative pending the report of the “Ad Hoc” committee.

The Chair then recognized Robert Collinson, 316 Green Avenue, who stated that he had been a resident of Brielle since 1951 and thirty years ago had served honorably as Mayor of Brielle for ten years. He believed that Mr. Fallon failed to consider that the Mayor & Council ran a 17 million dollar municipal corporation that required great expertise and could not be entrusted to a “schmuck”.

Mr. Collinson felt that the Governing Body was entitled to compensation and that health benefits were a perk that went with the office. He wondered why some people focus on small issues and proffered that it might be political or personal. Mr. Collinson asked Mr. Fallon how long he had lived in Brielle? Mr. Fallon replied “four years”. Mr. Collinson added that teachers receive tenure and full lifetime benefits after retirement. There is no tenure in politics and benefits end when the elected official leaves office. The only lasting evidence of public service is the “obituary notice”, he said.

Mr. Collinson observed that he did not enjoy paying taxes, but Brielle was a well run community. He praised Coun. Lenzen & Scott as longtime residents and officeholders who were committed to the Borough and he added that, despite demographic change, there had been little turnover among the members of the Governing Body. He believed that this was evidence of their collective commitment to the community. In closing Mr. Collinson asked Mr. Fallon if he “had any questions?”

Mr. Fallon having none, the meeting was adjourned at 8:55 p.m. on a motion by Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Lenzen.

Approved: June 26th, 2006.
____________________________
Thomas F. Nolan
Municipal Clerk

 

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