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Agenda: June 2, 2005

  1. 8:00 p.m.—Opening of Regular Meeting, Roll Call
  2. Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Police Awards and Recognition
  4. Council and Manager Reports
  5. Open to Public
  6. Presentation—Pool Committee
  7. Ordinances
    1. Second Reading and Public Hearing
      1. Ord. #27-05: 2005 Road Overlay Program, Milling/Paving of Quaker Church and Franklin Roads, Miscellaneous Park Improvements
      2. Ord. #28-05: 2005 Equipment Replacements including DPW, Park and Fire Pumper—Bond Ordinance
      3. Ord. #29-05: Authorizing Town’s purchase of Mishkin property—147 Morris Tpke.
      4. Ord. #6-05: Accept Easement—Shauger Property—11 Arnold Drive (tabled from May 5)—to be tabled
      5. Ord. #14-05: Amend Zoning to Implement Superior Court Order—Baker Residential site (tabled from May 5)—to be tabled
    2. Introduction
      1. Bond Ordinance $950,000 Funding Freedom Park, Brundage Park Theater and Trail Improvements
      2. Development Fee Ordinance (COAH)
  8. Combined Action Resolutions
    1. Refunds/Adjustments Resolutions
      1. Refund payment made in error for 20 Oak Lane to First American Real Estate Tax Service—$551.47
      2. Refund overpayment of 2005 taxes for 9 Glen Road to Washington Mutual Home Loans—$2,561.29
      3. Refund outside tax sale certificate #1838 for 17 Richter St. to Lien Times L.L.C—$22,250.61
      4. Refund overpayment of 2005 taxes for 17 Ridgewood Dr. to Countrywide Tax Services—$1,852.39
      5. Refund duplicate tax payment for 35 Carrell Rd. to Sovereign Bank—$3,000.00
      6. Release Soil Removal Bond for 36 Musiker Ave. to William Cook—$2,000.00
      7. Release road opening cash bond for 5 Calais Rd. to Keh-Chiany Yang—$250
      8. Release road opening cash bond for 29 Ashwood Avenue to Brian Petroski—$250.00
      9. Refund tree bonds for Block 21, Lots 32.03, 32.05 & 32.06 to Rolling Hill Company—$7,400.00
      10. Refund cancelled mulch delivery for 100 High St. to James Everett—$125.00
      11. Refund escrow for Mt. Freedom Golf to Gary Howatt—$1,335.00
      12. Refund escrow for American Grill to Frank Reda—$2,453.36
      13. Refund escrow for 1171 Sussex Tpke. To Scott Frost—$398.50
      14. Release Letter of Credit No. 03-01 for 18 Tammy Hill Trl. To WF Brookside Ltd. Partnership—$25,365.45
      15. Release portion of a cash bond ($2,948.00 plus accrued interest) and Performance Surety Bond, No. 8725518 ($159,192) for Block 199, Lot 46 to K. Hovnanian Homes—$162,140.00
      16. Refund registration fee for Summer Day Camp to Subhash Garg—$600.00
      17. Refund temporary stabilization bond for 152 Park Ave—C. Pederson—$1,000.
      18. Refund registration fee for Summer Day Camp to Suzanne Brewen Alvino—$600.00
      19. Release maintenance guarantee for water improvements for Block 112, Lot 17 to Bob McEwan—$11,275.00
    2. Authorizing Rejection of Bid for Repair and Rebuilding of Fire Water Pumps on Motorized Fire Apparatus
    3. Supporting the Community Development Program and Urging Congress to Restore its Funding
    4. Authorize WQM-003 Application—Sewer extension in Denville utilizing Randolph’s sewer lines
    5. Request COAH to Review and Approve Revised Fee Schedule
    6. Authorizing an award of contract for the purchase and installation of trees to be installed from October 1, 2005 to November 15, 2005
    7. Authorizing fourteen contracts for the MCCPC to the lowest responsible bidder.
    8. Green Acres Loan Enabling Resolution—Authorize Manager to sign Agreement
    9. Raffles
      1. Application for Raffle License, Randolph Chemical Engine Co.#3 Ladies Auxiliary, Off-premise 50/50, December 18, 2005, 2:00 p.m. at 670 Millbrook Avenue
  9. Council and Manager Comments
  10. Open to Public
  11. Executive Session
    1. Tax Appeal—A & P Shopping Center
    2. Baker Residential v Randolph
  12. Adjournment