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August 14, 2006

October 27 2006

August 14, 2006

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MINUTES AUGUST 14th, 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 that he had nothing to report, but he requested permission to amend the Consent Agenda to add three resolutions of an emergent nature. Council gave their authorization.

Mayor Nicol then read the following Proclamation (see insertion). Copies of the Proclamation were then presented to the following members of Brielle Fire Company No. 1, Brielle First Aid Squad & Brielle Police Department:

BRIELLE FIRE COMPANY NO.1 BRIELLE FIRST AID SOUAD
Fire Chief Tim Shaak Ralph Condolucci
Assistant Fire Chief Michael Johnston Jr. Stacy McGovern
Lieutenant Daryl Schambach Jeanne Jacobus
Lieutenant Scott Dreher Cheryl Shaak

Firefighter James Abbott
Firefighter Mike Denniston BRIELLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Firefighter Mike Conroy Detective-Sergeant James Stewart
Firefighter Jeff Groezinger Patrolman David Buckle
Firefighter Joe Harriman Patrolman John Leibfried
Firefighter Joe Kerrigan
Firefighter James Langenberger
Firefighter Mark McGovern
Firefighter Mick Petrulla
Firefighter John Roland
Firefighter AJ Roppoli
Firefighter Joe Roppoli
Firefighter Richard Schwarz Jr.

Fire Police Captain Jim Stenson
Fire Police Lieutenant Tom Condon
Fire Police Sergeant Andrew Kile
Fire Police Officer Ed Convery
Fire Police Officer Jim Csogi
Fire Police Officer Keith McEligot
Fire Police Officer Karen Smith

The session was adjourned at 7:40 p.m. on a motion by Coun. Garruzzo seconded by Coun. Nolan.
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MINUTES AUGUST 14th, 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. Shaak and seconded by Coun. Nolan, to accept and file the Minutes of the July 24th, 2006 Meeting. Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan & Scott; all aye. Coun, Shaak abstained.

Coun. Lenzen, seconded by Coun. Garruzzo, introduced Resolution 06-98 for passage of the Consent Agenda.

Prior to reading the Agenda, Mayor Nicol issued the following statement (see below).

RESOLUTIONS
06-98-A to eliminate the provision of free health & dental benefits to Elected Officials effective December 31st, 2006.
06-98-B (see insertion).
06-98-C to memorialize the execution of the interlocal agreement on Mobile Data Terminals with Wall Township.
06-98-D (see Insertion).
06-98-E (see insertion).
06-98-F to reject all bids received on March 21st, 2006 for Drainage Improvements to Riverview Drive and to authorize the Municipal Clerk to re-bid the project upon receipt of the necessary approvals from NJDEP.
06-98-G (see insertion).
06-98-H (see insertion).
06-98-I (see insertion).

MOTIONS
None.

Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; all aye. No nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Lenzen, introduced Resolution 06-99 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 August 14th, 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.


STATEMENT BY MAYOR NICOL

Tonight the Council, at my direction, is taking action to rescind the ability of elected township officials to access benefits paid for by the taxpayers of Brielle.
The present Council did not initiate this practice. Indeed, for more than two decades, elected officials in our community have qualified for these benefits under the law other communities in New Jersey have operated in exactly the same manner as we have done including 16 other towns in Monmouth County. We have operated in this way openly and without any attempt to disguise it nor to keep it a secret.
Recently we empanelled an ad hoc committee to study this issue and to make recommendations as to whether we should continue to operate in this manner. The Committee reported back to us that the practice was, in their opinion, both legal and justified.
Having said that, we cannot ignore the fact that many of our residents are opposed to this program.
Regrettably, this Issue has created ill-feeling in Brielle and now threatens to interfere with the good will and neighborly way in which our community and its governing body have always operated.
Our primary duty as council members is to govern our town in the best way possible and to continue to keep Brielle one of the finest communities in New Jersey. Part of that responsibility is to listen to what our residents tell us and try to act upon their wishes.
It is clear to us that the residents of Brielle would like to see us end this program.
By the action we are taking tonight, it is our intention to accede to the wishes of our residents and to reassure them that our duty remains first and foremost to them.






Resolution No: 06-98-B
Date: August 14th, 2006


CENTRAL JERSEY HEALTH INSURANCE FUND

RESOLUTION to RENEW

WHEREAS, a number of public entities in the State of New Jersey have joined together to form the Central Jersey Health Insurance Fund, hereafter referred to as “FUND”, as permitted by N.J.S.A. 11:15-3, 17:1-8.1, and 40A:10-36 et seq., and;

WHEREAS. the FUND was approved to become operational by the Departments of Insurance and Community Affairs and has been operational since February 1, 1992, and;

WHEREAS, the statutes and regulations governing the creation and operation of a joint insurance fund, contain certain elaborate restrictions and safeguards concerning the safe and efficient administration of the public interest entrusted to such a FUND;

WHEREAS, the governing body of Borough of Brielle hereinafter referred to as “LOCAL UNIT” has determined that membership in the FUND is in the best interest of the LOCAL UNIT.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the governing body of the LOCAL UNIT hereby agrees as follows:

i. Become a member of the FUND for the period outlined in the LOCAL UNIT’s Indemnity and Trust Agreements.

ii. Will participate in the following type(s) of coverage(s):

a.) Health Insurance as defined pursuant to N.J.S.A. 17B:4, the FUND’s Bylaws, and Plan of Risk Management.

iii Adopts and approves the FUND’s Bylaws.

iv. Execute an application for membership and any accompanying certifications.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the governing body of the LOCAL UNIT is authorized and directed to execute the Indemnity and Trust Agreement and such other documents signifying membership in the FUND as required by the FUND’S Bylaws, and to deliver these documents to the FUNDS Executive Director with the express reservation that these documents shall become effective only upon:


Resolution No: 06-98-B
Date: August 14th, 2006
Cont’d



i. Approval of the LOCAL UNIT by the FUND.

ii. Receipt from the LOCAL UNIT of a Resolution accepting assessment.

iii. Approval by the New Jersey Department of Insurance and Department of Community Affairs.




CENTRAL JERSEY HEALTH INSURANCE FUND


ADOPTED: August 14th, 2006




BY:_____________________________
MAYOR THOMAS B. NICOL



ATTEST: _____________________________
CLERK THOMAS F. NOLAN





Resolution No: 06-98-E
Date: August 14th, 2006


Borough of Brielle Resolution

Whereas, the Borough of Brielle did advertise in the Asbury Park Press and the Coast Star for bids for “Improvements to Schoolhouse Road”, and

Whereas, bids were received by the Borough on August 10th, 2006, and

Whereas, the lowest responsible bidder was Earle Asphalt, Inc. of Farmingdale with a bid of $110,813.13, and

Whereas, the Bid Bond and Consent of Surety were found to be in order, and funds are available to undertake this work.

Now Therefore Be It Resolved that the bid submitted by Earle Asphalt, Inc. is hereby accepted, and the Borough Engineer is hereby authorized to initiate the contract.

Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; aye. No nays. None abstained.

Certification

The foregoing is a true copy of a resolution passed by the Brielle Mayor & Council at a meeting held on August 14th, 2006.

Witness my hand and seal of the Borough of Brielle this 15th day of August 2006.



_________________________
Thomas F. Nolan
Municipal Clerk

SEAL



Resolution No: 06-98-G
Date: August 14th, 2006

RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE

WHEREAS. impaired drivers on our nation’s roads kill someone every 30 minutes, 50 people per day, and almost 18,000 people each year, and

WHEREAS, 39% of motor vehicle fatalities in New Jersey are alcohol related, and

WHEREAS, a national enforcement crackdown is planned to combat impaired driving, and

WHEREAS, summer season is traditionally a time of social gatherings which often include alcohol, and

WHEREAS, the State of New Jersey, Division of Highway Traffic Safety has asked law enforcement agencies throughout the state to participate in the You Drink and Drive, You Lose 2006 Enforcement Project, and

WHEREAS, the project will involve increased impaired driving enforcement from August 18th to September 4th , 2006, and

WHEREAS, an increased driving enforcement and a reduction in impaired driving will save lives on our roadways.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Borough of Brielle declares its support for the You Drink and Drive You Lose Enforcement Program from August 18th through September 4th, 2006 and pledges to increase awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving.

Moved By: Lenzen Seconded: Garruzzo.

Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; all aye. No nays. Passed. None absent. None abstained.

CERTIFICATION

The foregoing is a true copy of a resolution passed by the Brielle Mayor & Council at a meeting held on August 14th, 2006.

Witness my hand and seal of the Borough of Brielle this 15th day of August 2006.



___________________________
Thomas F. Nolan
SEAL Municipal Clerk

Resolution No: 06-98-H
Date: August 14th, 2006


Borough of Brielle Resolution


Be It Resolved, to declare an emergency relative to the necessity of making emergency repairs to the Old Bridge Road Well #3. and to authorize A.C. Schultes, Inc. to undertake the work at a cost of $46, 986.00.





SEAL

________________________
Thomas F. Nolan
Municipal Clerk




_____________________________________________________________________________



Resolution No: 06-98-I
Date: August 14th, 2006



Borough of Brielle Resolution

Be It Resolved, To accept a quote, submitted by Post & Lintel, Inc., of Orange, New Jersey, in the amount of $16,500.00, for the replacement of the Higgins Avenue Crosswalks.




SEAL ________________________
Thomas F. Nolan
Municipal Clerk
Date: Aug. 14th, 2006

BOROUGH OF BRIELLE
ORDINANCE NO.

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER THREE OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE ENTITLED “POLICE REGULATIONS”

BE IT ORDAINED, by the Governing Body of the Borough of Bridle that Chapter Three, Section 3-1.9 Specific Prohibitions be amended as follows:

Section 3-1.9 (d) shall now include the following proviso:

“Nothing in this section shall be construed as to apply to any Federal, State or County Agency, undertaking a construction project that is deemed to be in the public interest.”

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that all ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent with the foregoing are hereby repealed, but oniy to the extent of the inconsistency.

BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that this ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage and publication according to law.



PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the foregoing Ordinance was introduced and passed on first reading by the Mayor & Council of the Borough of Brielle on August 14th, 2006, and will be considered for final passage and adoption at a meeting of the Mayor & Council to be held on August 28th, 2006, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be reached, at Bridle Borough Hall, 601 Union Lane, Brielle, New Jersey, at which time and place all interested parties shall be heard.



Thomas F. Nolan
Municipal Clerk




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

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Nolan, introduced Resolution 06-100 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. Lenzen. seconded by Coun. Garruzzo, then introduced Resolution 06-101 to authorize publication in the Coast Star Newspaper for a hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m., on August 28th, 2006, at Borough Hall. 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 THREE OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE ENTITLED “POLICE REGULATIONS”.

Coun. Lenzen, seconded by Coun. Garruzzo, introduced resolution 06-102 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. Lenzen, seconded by Coun. Garruzzo, introduced Resolution 06-103 to authorize publication of the foregoing ordinance in the Coast Star Newspaper for a hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m., at Borough Hall, 601 Union Lane, Brielle, New Jersey, on August 28th, 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 “A BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION OF $62,900 FOR MISCELLANEOUS IMPROVEMENTS FOR AND BY THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE, IN THE COUNTY OF MONMOUTH, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $59,755 IN BONDS OR NOTES OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE FOR FINANCING PART OF THE APPROPRIATION.”

Coun. Lenzen, seconded by Coun. Scott, introduced Resolution 06-104 for passage on introduction and first reading of the foregoing Bond Ordinance. Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; all aye. No nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Lenzen, introduced Resolution 06-105 to authorize publication of the foregoing ordinance in the Coast Star Newspaper for a hearing for a hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m., at Borough Hall, 601 Union Lane, Brielle, New Jersey, on August 28th, 2006. Vote: Coun. Bolger, Garruzzo, Lenzen, Nolan, Scott & Shaak; all aye. No nays. Passed.

Mayor Nicol then called for committee reports and recognized Coun. Scott who advised the public of the new initiative to increase recycling statewide. The Monmouth County Solid Waste Page 102

Master Plan would be amended to require increased recycling and, in an effort to stay on top of these changes, Coun. Scott and Recycling Coordinator Burkhardt had recently attended a seminar sponsored by the County. The traditional approach of the “carrot and the stick” had failed and tougher enforcement measures were now being mandated. They included standardized collection of recyclables, separate public containers for trash and recyclables and increased landfill charges for those municipalities who failed to attain a required level of recycling.

Fortunately, Brielle had a good track record for recycling and the changes should not be onerous for Brielle Residents. Coun. Scott advised that she would keep the public informed on any changes.

Coun. Scott also chided residents and landscapers who exceeded the limitations on the amount of yard waste to be left at the curb and reminded the public that piles should not exceed 4ft x 6ft. In closing Coun. Scott noted “only seventeen days to leaf collection”.

Coun. Bolger commented on the work session presentation and he thanked the Fire Company & First Aid Squad for their dedication; he cited his attendance at the First Aid Meeting the day of the August house fire and reminded the public that while these meetings had a social aspect they were primarily work meetings. He commented on the evident exhaustion of many of the members and yet they all appeared and continued to do their volunteer work. Coun. Bolger “thanked God for such people”.

Coun. Bolger cited the consent agenda resolution on the emergency well repair and thanked Superintendent Burkhardt for his vigilance in spotting and containing the problem before it grew worse. However, he did urge the Finance Committee to provide for an appropriation in the utility budget to address any future problems. Coun. Bolger suggested $5,000 per year since the contractor estimated that the well would have to be overhauled again in ten years and by then the Utility would have an additional $50,000 available for the work. Finance Chairman Garruzzo agreed to pursue the idea.

Coun. Bolger also cited his committee’s interest in joining the Manasquan River Watershed Association where, for a minimal membership fee, the Borough could demonstrate their support for this valuable work.

Coun. Bolger reminded the public that the Recreation Committee would hold the annual Brielle Dash on Friday evening, September 8th at 6:00 p.m. Entry forms were available at Borough Hall. Coun. Bolger added that recreation programs were not all youth oriented and cited the November 2007 excursion to see Spamalot on Broadway and also Jersey Boys in January 2007.

In closing, Coun. Bolger observed that it was gratifying to see such a large turnout even if the issue at hand was somewhat contentious, but he said that this type of public involvement was “the way things are supposed to be”. While he acknowledged that it was unfortunate that sometimes tempers rise, the system works and he reminded the public that the Mayor & Council were always pleased to receive their suggestions and input.
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Coun. Bolger also noted that he would be available on Brielle Day as he was manning a booth for the “Gift of Life Organ Donors”, a cause he noted was especially committed to due to personal experience; he would also be available to discuss the issues with the public and advised them not to hesitate to stop by.

Coun. Nolan echoed Coun. Bolger’s comments on the Borough’s Volunteers. He then advised the public of the Manasquan Inlet’s 75th Anniversary Celebration activities which included a boat parade on August 22nd and a celebration at the River House on August 24th at 6:30 p.m. Tickets to the latter event could be obtained by calling Coun. Nolan at 732-528-5108.

Coun. Nolan also reminded the public that August was the time when the local Pop Warner Football Program solicited donations and he urged the community to show their support for this valuable activity.

Coun. Shaak cited the work on the Route #70 Bridge which, despite the recent closure of the state government, was back on track.

Coun. Shaak noted that after an inspection of the Brielle Trailer Park, citations had been issued to the owner for several problems.

Coun. Garruzzo had no report, but added his praise for the selfless work of the Borough’s volunteer organizations.

Coun. Lenzen too echoed those sentiments and compared the response time of Brielle’s Public Safety services and the quality of our local hospitals, when compared to other areas of the country. In the event of a medical emergency such as a stroke, the efficiency of these services could mean the difference between life and death.

Coun. Lenzen also complimented Coun. Shaak in his roll as Emergency Management Coordinator for securing state water trucks to keep the Route #70 Bridge operational during the recent heat wave.

The Councilman closed his comments with the July Police Report and cited 412 opened cases, and 26 arrests of which 14 were for DWI; he was pleased to note that there were no domestic violence cases.

Mayor Nicol then opened the meeting to the public and recognized Ron Ernish, 405 South Street, who urged the Council to use their power of hearing appeals from the Zoning Board of Adjustment to ensure that Brielle’s marine heritage was preserved in the face of unbridled condominium development. Mr. Ernish called for a moratorium on such development and was greeted with a round of applause from the public.

Mr. Ernish added “you do so many wonderful things, why can’t you enforce these ordinances?” Attorney Montenegro acknowledged that there was an appeal process.
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Jim Stenson, 810 Rathjen Road, thanked the Mayor & Council for their assistance in providing the seed money for Fire Company’s FEMA Grant.

Mary Burke, 1013 Cedar Lane, voiced a concern over the proposed amendments to the noise ordinance as she was experiencing a high level of noise from the Route #70 Bridge construction site. She added that both NJDOT and the contractor, George Harms, had not been responsive.

The Administrator stated that he was aware of her concerns, but the intent of the ordinance was to give the Borough greater flexibility to deal with these issues with state and county contracts. The existing ordinance was overly restrictive with an 8:30 a.m. start and the Borough hoped to negotiate a 7:00 a.m. start which, based on a prior conversation with Ms. Burke’s husband, he thought would be acceptable.

Ms. Burke acknowledged that conversation, but added that the contractor mobilized prior to 7:00 a.m. and that noise began at 6:00 a.m. In reply to a further inquiry, the Administrator also acknowledged that Ms. Burke was correct in that, prior to the passage of the proposed amendment, the 8:30 a.m. restriction remained in place.

Edward Burke, 409 Union Lane, voiced a concern over the operations of Newman’s Welding on Highway #71; he believed that the site was unsafe and that work was being conducted in the front yard which was a site plan violation. The Council promised to address his concern. Mr. Burke also urged the Council to begin stricter enforcement of bicycle safety. Riders were often on the wrong side of the road and were a hazard to themselves and others; he feared a fatality was inevitable if the situation was not addressed.

Police Commissioner Lenzen, promised to bring Mr. Burke’s concerns to the Chief of Police.

Daniel Fallon, 1004 Forrest Road, thanked the Council for their earlier action in eliminating free health coverage for elected officials and, on behalf of the Brielle Taxpayer’s Association, he presented the Clerk with a petition containing 906 signatures in favor of that decision.

Liana R. Smith, 611 Agnes Avenue, advised Council of a problem with her neighbor who placed a fence along the property line which prevented her from utilizing her driveway. While she acknowledged that the neighbor was within his “legal” rights, she found the situation to be horrific and she asked Council to come and see for themselves. Coun. Garruzzo promised to “drive by”.

Andrew Crowe, 624 Union Lane, voiced a concern over the fact that employees of the Revaluation Company, entered upon his property to take measurements when he was not home. This access issue had not been included in the information disseminated to the public through the
Newsletter, but Mr. Crowe had confirmed with the Tax Assessor, Mary Lou Hartman that the employees of the revaluation company will come onto private property and take exterior measurements at their discretion. Mr. Crowe was concerned that this was a liability issue. Council promised to investigate.
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Lois Hanson, 634 Summit Place, asked if Council would consider a return to twice a week trash collection, at least during the summer months, as the recent excessive heat had led to maggots appearing in a number of trash cans in her neighborhood.

Mayor Nicol explained that the current contract did not expire until December 31st, 2007, but Attorney Montenegro interjected that, while a service cannot be diminished by contract amendment; it can be enhanced. Council would take the request under advisement.

Constantine Varygiannes, 1000 Brainard Place, suggested that an extra collection should also be considered after holidays. Mr. Varygiannes echoed Mr. Burke’s sentiments on bicycle safety. While he hoped that such a biker never became a “hood ornament” on his car as Mr. Burke proffered, he believed that the lack of any real enforcement emboldened them and led them to ignore the law and basic rules of safety such as riding single file. Bicycles riding abreast forced motorists over the double yellow line on Riverview Drive and such behavior could easily cause an accident.

Joseph Casey, 914 Riverview Drive, called for increase brush collection, in particular after storms, as the brush piles forced bikers off the shoulder and into traffic; he believed that landscapers were particularly guilty in this regard, a sentiment with which Coun. Scott concurred citing her earlier comments during her committee report.

Michele Bond, 1009 Riverview Drive, asked the Council to consider increased curbside recycling pick-ups as the volume now being recycled required frequent trips to the recycling center. Mayor Nicol offered to look into the matter, but he reminded Ms. Bond that the DPW was already overextended being down two men and still discussing the replacement of even one worker.

Mary Burke, 1013 Cedar Lane, advised the Council that landscape trucks frequently parked facing the wrong way on local streets, and even blocked the streets by parking too far from the curb. Ms. Burke asked why there wasn’t stricter enforcement of the traffic regulations?

Charles Herbert, 607 Brielle Avenue, thought that the amount of yard waste being left at the curb by landscapers was disgraceful. Coun. Scott reiterated her complete agreement that landscapers were abusing municipal services.

There being no further comment, the meeting was adjourned at 9:04 p.m. on a motion by Coun. Lenzen. seconded by Coun. Garruzzo.



Approved: August 28th, 2006 _________________________
Thomas F. Nolan
Municipal Clerk

 

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