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Agenda: September 1, 2005

  1. 8:00 p.m.—Opening of Regular Meeting, Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Approval of Minutes of June 2, 16, 30; July 7, 28, and August 4, 2005
  3. Recognize Frances Bertrand, Township Clerk, Retired (a brief reception will follow in the Conference Room)
  4. Council and Manager Reports
  5. Open to Public
  6. Ordinances
    1. Second Reading and Public Hearing
      1. Ordinance #39-05: Funding Construction of Water System Line Extensions/Loops—$1,800,000
      2. Ordinance #14-05: Amend Zoning to Implement Superior Court Order—Baker Residential v Randolph
    2. Introduction
      1. Sex Offender Residency Restrictions
      2. Accepting a Deed of Dedication for a portion of land—Block 166, Lot 5 (right of way expansion corner of Sussex and Washington Valley)
  7. Combined Action Resolutions
    1. Refunds/Adjustments Resolutions
      1. Refund duplicate payment of 2005 taxes for Block 106, Lot 2 to Anne B. Paul—$1,139.13
      2. Release cash performance bond for onsite water line extension at Block 21, Lots 32 & 33.01 to Rolling Hill Co.—$4,581.50
      3. Release cash performance bond for offsite water line extension at Block 21, Lots 32 & 32.01 to Rolling Hill Co.—$4,150.30
      4. Refund registration for daughter attending Summer Stages week #7 to Michele Dabal—$145.00
      5. Release tree bond for Block 21, Lot 189 to Andy Tiao—$400.00
      6. Release road opening cash bond for 11 Dogwood Trail to Vincent Yannetti—$250.00
      7. Release road opening cash bond for 7 Indian Trail to Richard Fels—$300.00
      8. Release road opening cash bond for 15 Devonshire Drive to Michael Grant—$250.00
      9. Release temporary stabilization bond for Block 166, Lot 1.01 to S & H Country Builders—$1,000
      10. Release escrow funds for Heritage Village South—Block 101, Lots 3, 3.01 & 3.02 to Sal Campo for $448.04
      11. Release escrow funds for Block 35, Lot 13 to Ruth Korn—$2,108.50
      12. Release escrow for Heritage Stables—Block 47, Lot 12.01 to Sal Campo—$5,376
    2. Professional Services Agreement for Pool Utility—Water Technologies, not to exceed $10,000
    3. Approving the insertion of revenue item in the 2005 Budget for the “You Drink, You Drive, You Lose” Grant—$4,000.00
    4. Authorize Participation in the Morris County Reverse 911 Program
    5. Authorize Agreement w/YMCA to provide program and transportation for MAC “Community Rap”
    6. Authorizing Sale of 317 Millbrook Avenue—establishing minimum bid and conditions
    7. Authorizing Award for Leaf Loading and Hauling to Rotundi & Sons—$4.45 per cubic yard
    8. Authorizing Person to Person and place to place Transfer of Plenary Consumption License from Hornet Restaurant Assoc./Obsessions to West Side Grill Partners
    9. Authorize Bid Award for Fire Pumper w/trade in—Seagraves Sales and Services—$364,950.80
    10. Application for Renewal of Liquor License for 2005-2006 License Term, Mt. Freedom BK, Inc.
    11. Application for Special Permit for Social Affair, Resurrection Parish, September 18, 2005, 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Resurrection Parish grounds, 651 Millbrook Ave., Randolph
    12. Application for Raffle License, Randolph High School Band Parents Assoc., On-Premise 50/50, October 15, 2005 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at Randolph High School
    13. Authorize contract w/Skylands on behalf of the Bicentennial Committee
    14. Regarding Proposed New Jersey Green Acres.
    15. Requesting that the Comment Period for Proposed New Jersey Green Acres Rules be Extended.
  8. Fill Vacancies on Boards and Committees
  9. Discussion
    1. Deer Population Control Options
    2. Rte. 10—Billboards
  10. Council and Manager Comments
  11. Open to Public
  12. Executive
  13. Adjournment