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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: March 1, 2012

  1. 7:00 p.m.—Opening of Regular Meeting
  2. Roll Call
  3. Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Swearing In Ceremony—Sgt. Keith Donovan
  5. Open to the Public
  6. Manager’s Report
  7. Combined Action—Refund/Adjustment Resolutions
    1. Authorizing Change Order #1 for Senior Center site due to costs associated with additional paving, curbing and removal of sidewalks amounting to $14,571 less the Township’s credit of $3,040 bringing the total to $11,531
    2. Release road opening cash bond for 123 Park Avenue to Richard Lang—$500.00
    3. Refund tax overpayment for 4 Fawn Hill Court to Brian/Leslie Doherty—$1,634.57
    4. Refund outside tax sale certificate to FWDSL & Associates—$46,628.15
    5. Rescind a portion of MCCPC Contract 20-B Sporting Goods with Metuchen Center
    6. Refund escrow for Block 227, Lot 72 to Michael Martirano—$512.50
    7. Refund overpayment of Taxes for Black 6, Lot 48 to Timothy O’Neal—$1,407.93
    8. 2011 Appropriation Reserves Budget Transfers
    9. Click It or Ticket
    10. Authorizing road closures for the Paramount Bike Club to hold its Triathlon on July 8, 2012
    11. Authorizing Randolph to join in the Morris County Adaptive Recreation Program (McArp)—not to exceed $3,259.00
    12. Refund overpayment of taxes for B 84, Lot 13 to Stephen Richer—$1,721.52
    13. Raffle License, Tricky Tray, Nixon Elementary School PTA, on May 4, 2012, from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Skylands at Randolph, 792 Rt. 10 W., Randolph, NJ
  8. Ordinances
    1. Second Reading
      1. Ordinance #2-12: Crosswalk Ordinance
      2. Ordinance #3-12: Sidewalk Maintenance Ordinance
      3. Ordinance #4-12: Police Ordinance
      4. Ordinance #5-12: Authorizing the Establishment of a Budget Appropriation Cap Bank of 3.5% in Accordance with NJSA 40A:4-45.15a
    2. Introduction
      1. 2012 Capital Ordinance Appropriating $1,438,500 for Road System, Park System, Water System, and Storm System Improvements
      2. Amend Bond Ordinance #2-10 Community Center/Library to include Renovation of VFW
  9. Open to the Public
  10. Council Comments
  11. Executive Session
    1. Chabad v Randolph
  12. Re-open To the Public
    1. Refund tax overpayment for 48 W. Hanover Avenue for 2007 and 2010 to Chabad of Randolph—$32,755.50
  13. Adjournment