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Because agenda items can be added, deleted or changed right up until the start of each meeting, this agenda may not reflect the final document. Official copies of agendas may be obtained from the township clerk.

Agenda: July 2, 2009

  1. 8:00 p.m.—Opening of Regular Meeting
  2. Roll Call
  3. Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Presentation: 2008 Municipal Audit—William Schroeder
  5. Open to the Public
  6. Council & Manager Reports
  7. Ordinances
    1. Second Reading
      1. Ordinance #17-09: Storm Water Ordinance Amendment
    2. Introduction
      1. Amending Fee Schedule to Increase the Sewer Connection Fees
      2. Amending Article IX, Fertilizers of Chapter 24—Health and Sanitation
      3. Amending Land Development Chapter—Return of Application Fees for withdrawn applications
      4. Amending Chapter 31—Traffic and Vehicles—addition of stop sign at Mohawk Place and Cushing Ct.
  8. Combined Action—Refund/Adjustment Resolutions
    1. Accepting the 2008 Municipal Audit
    2. Authorizing Shared Services Agreement with Roxbury Township for the purchase and use of water meter reading equipment
    3. Authorizing Morris County Open Space Grant Application
    4. Authorizing addition to Personnel Manual/Employee Handbook—Military leave
    5. Authorizing Resolution and MOU with the Morris Habitat for Humanity and Approving Eventual Transfer of 42 Bennett Avenue for the Development of Affordable Housing in Accordance with same
    6. Contract with the Morris County MUA to accept co-mingled recycling
    7. Refund overpayment of 2009 taxes for 7 Butternut Rd. to Matthew/Julie Green—$2,925.64
    8. Refund Overpayment of 2009 taxes for 154 Park Ave. to Wells Fargo Home Mortgage—$1,676.90
    9. Refund overpayment of 2009 taxes for 6 Red Oak Lane to Alternative Abstract, LLC—$6871.12
    10. Release cash performance guarantee for sewer improvements at Sunrise Assisted Living to Sunrise Development—$9,213.60
    11. Release cash performance guarantee for onsite water system improvements at Sunrise Assisted Living to Sunrise Development—$16,988.40
    12. Release performance bond for public improvements at Heritage Village XIV—$90,626.60 plus accrued interest
    13. Release of performance bond for improvements on Richter Street to Gordon Crawford—$22,500.00
    14. Release of road opening cash bond for two curb cuts and pavement repair to Grant Homes—$500.00
    15. Release road opening cash bond for tree planting at 6 Nina Place to Tom Szypiotko—$300.00
    16. Release remaining escrow funds for block 221, Lot 58 to Anthony Albanese—$770.50
    17. Refund Outside Tax Sale Certificate #1856 for 1421 Sussex Tpke. to Pellegrino/Dickman
    18. Refund 2009 Fall Artworks Program registration for two children to Rachel Difusco—$360.00
    19. Refund 2009 Advanced Performers Workshop due to class being cancelled to Kelly Steindler—$525.00
    20. Release of road opening cash bond for a water service connection to DSK Properties, Stanley Kleinschmidt—$300.00
    21. Release performance bond for crosswalk and signals at Heritage USA—SJC—$6,000.00
    22. Authorizing the purchase of Panasonic Tough Books from Gold Type Business Machines using MCCPC 41 for Police Patrol Vehicles—not to exceed $40,000
    23. Supporting the Over the Limit Under Arrest 2009 Statewide Crackdown
    24. Authorize Mayor to execute a Settlement Agreement and Release United States of America v Beckman Coulter; et. al. (Combes Fill South Landfill Litigation)
  9. Open to the Public
  10. Council Comments
  11. Executive Session
  12. Adjournment