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Agenda: March 2, 2006

  1. 7:30 p.m.—Opening of Regular Meeting, Roll Call
  2. Pledge of Allegiance
  3. Board of Education Budget Presentation
  4. Master Plan Presentation—Mary Burgoon and Robert Michael
  5. Council & Manager Reports
  6. Open to Public
  7. Ordinances
    1. Second Reading and Public Hearing
      1. 1-06: Agreement to Purchase Mishkin Property—Oil Tank Remediation
      2. 2-06: Authorizing the Acquisition of Certain Real Property Block 199, Lot 1 and Block 27, Lot 6 (King Land Co. Property)
      3. 3-06: Amending Section 10-172 (a), (b), (c) & (d) of the Revised Ordinances of Randolph to modify the composition of the Advisory Open Space Committee
    2. Introduction
      1. Authorize CAP Banking for Budget Appropriations
      2. Amending Fee Ordinance
  8. Combined Action Resolution
    1. Refunds/Adjustments Resolutions
      1. Refund overpayment of taxes for 2004 & 2005 for 675 Route 10 to Planet Randolph—$20,020.73
      2. Refund 2006 taxes paid in error for 11 Combes Hollow Rd. to Wells Fargo Home Mortgage—$1,920.66
      3. Refund Outside Tax Sale Certificate for 6 Harvey Terrace to Lien Times—$48,458.96
      4. Refund Outside Tax Sale Certificate for 9 Boyd Lane to Elliot Loeb-Keogh Plan—$10,279.55
      5. Refund Outside Tax Sale Certificate for 13 Boyd Lane to James C. Holder—$1,250.05
      6. Release remaining escrow to Randolph Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses, c/o Jim Clark for Block 45, Lot 22.1—$655.00
      7. Refund remainder of a road opening cash bond for 69 Schoolhouse Rd. to Aquatek Environmental—$300.00
      8. Release escrow funds for Block 196, Lot 6 to Staples, Inc.—$269.67
      9. Release escrow funds for Block 110, Lot 5 to Jose Cantara—$797.50
    2. 2006 Professional Services Agreements
      1. Township Attorney: Ed Buzak—$264,000
      2. Prosecutor: Mike Cresitello—$25,000
      3. Tax Appeals: Richard DeAngelis—$24,000
      4. Auditor: Nisivoccia & Co.—$41,830
    3. 2006 Professional Services Agreements
      1. Developer Agreements: Anthony Bucco, Jr.—$135.00 per hour not to exceed $10,000
      2. Bond Counsel: John Kraft, not to exceed—$10,000
    4. Professional Services Agreement with Jaman Engineering for Professional Surveying Service: open space—$30,000
    5. 2005 Budget Appropriation Reserve Transfer—$96,700
    6. ICMA—Vantagecare Retirement Health Savings (RHS) Program
    7. Raffles
      1. Application for a Raffle License, Randolph High School (Class of 2007), Off-Premise Merchandise Raffle, May 25, 2006, Randolph High School, 511 Millbrook Avenue, Randolph
      2. Application for a Raffle License, Randolph High School PTSA, Off-Premise Merchandise Raffle, March 30, 2006, Meadow Wood Manor, Route 10, Randolph
      3. Application for a Raffle License, Nixon School, Roxbury, On-Premise 50/50 and Tricky Tray, March 31, 2006, Skylands, Route 10, Randolph
  9. Council Comments
  10. Open to Public
  11. Executive
  12. Adjournment