Council Minutes from 6/8/2011
 

REGULAR MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF KENILWORTH HELD ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 2011.  MAYOR KATHI FIAMINGO PRESIDED.

Mayor Fiamingo read the requirements of the Open Public Meetings Act.

The Salute to the Flag was led by Mayor Kathi Fiamingo.

ROLL CALL

Roll Call at 8:00 P.M. showed the following Council Members present: Sal Candarella, Peter Corvelli, Brian Joho, Scott Klinder, Kevin Leary and Fred Pugliese.

MINUTES

It was moved by Councilman Candarella, seconded by Councilman Joho, and carried that the minutes of the Work Session of May 24, 2011 and the Regular Council Meeting of May 25, 2011 be dispensed with and approved as submitted.  (Copies furnished each Council Member prior to the meeting.)

COMMUNICATIONS AND PETITIONS:

  1. Letter from Anthony Monagas, 404 Coolidge Drive, requesting permission to cut down a Borough tree.
  2. Letter from Charlie & Darleen Luche requesting permission to cut down a Borough tree.
  3. Letter from Mr. & Mrs. Pete Torres, 404 Lafayette Avenue, requesting permission to close off Lafayette Avenue between 15th and 16th Streets for a child’s birthday party.
  4. Letter from Joe Finistrella, 4 Epping Drive, requesting permission for a Block Party on Epping Drive on September 24, 2011

Reports

1.    Borough Clerk’s Report for the month on May, 2011.

2.    Police Department Report for the month of May, 2011.

3.    Construction Department Report for the month of May, 2011.

4.    Fire Department/Rescue Squad Report for the month of May, 2011.

It was moved by Councilman Corvelli, seconded by Councilman Klinder, and carried that the above communications be received and filed and any money amounts indicated be spread over the minutes.

PRESENTATION

 

Mayor Fiamingo introduced Congressman Leonard Lance and stated we are honored to be represented by Congressman Lance in our District in Washington where he is fighting a good fight. 

Congressman Leonard Lance congratulated the officers that were being promoted this evening. He said he is honored to be in Kenilworth tonight to present a flag that has flown over the United States Capital to the Mayor who has become “Mayor of the Year” through the Gateway Chamber of Commerce in Union County.  He said at his request the flag was flown over the Capital in honor of the Mayors accomplishments.  He said on behalf of himself and the

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Congress of the United States he congratulated the Mayor for becoming “Mayor of the Year” and he hopes she will fly the flag with pride.  He said it is presented to the Mayor with pride from the residents of this Congressional District which are 700,000 strong.  He said all the residents of Kenilworth should be proud of their Mayor who has received this great award.

Mayor Fiamingo thanked Congressman Lance and said it is an honor to have the flag and it will be displayed proudly and with respect.  The Mayor said she appreciates the Congressman coming this evening and added that this was his choice, not hers, and she did not want everyone to think that she packed the house for this award. 

Congressman Lance said he is having a Town Hall meeting in Westfield tomorrow between 5PM and 7PM and Amanda Woloshen, his District Director, who is a resident of Kenilworth and runs the District Offices in New Jersey will be there. He said if you don’t want to come to see him then he hopes you come to see Amanda Wallace.  He said her first cousin is a member of the Governing Body, Kevin Leary. 

PROMOTIONS

Police Chief Grady welcomed everyone and thanked them for attending the Kenilworth Police Departments Promotional Ceremony.  He recognized Kenilworth’s former Police Chief William Dowd, Roselle Parks Police Chief Morrison.  He also thanked all the agencies who are here tonight to show their support for our Department, the Elizabeth Police Department, Clark Police Department, U-Cert Team and most of all the Kenilworth Police Department.

Chief Grady said five officers will be promoted within the Police Department.   These ranks have been made vacant due to the recent retirements of supervisors in the Kenilworth Police Department.  He said when he became Chief he told his department that he will praise effort but reward only results.  These five officers who are being promoted tonight have shown integrity, courage, competence, compassion, restraint and respect for the Department, themselves, each other and their community. 

William Hannon - Chief Grady said Lieutenant Hannon is being promoted to the rank of Captain.  Captain Hannon joined the Police Department in 1987, was promoted to Sergeant in 2001 and Lieutenant in 2005.  He is a Team Leader with the Union County Swat Team and participated in Operation Katrina in Louisiana in 2005.  Captain Hannon will be the Administrative Captain in charge of the uniform division.  Captain Hannon is married with five children. 

 

RESOLUTION NO. 1

Introduced by Fred Pugliese adoption moved by same

Seconded by Brian Joho

Be It Hereby Resolved:   That Lieutenant WILLIAM HANNON be promoted to the rank of  Captain in the Kenilworth Police Department as per results of the promotion process and  as recommended by Police Chief Kenneth Grady, effective June 8, 2011.

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Roll Call: Councilman Candarella voted yes, Councilman Corvelli voted yes, Councilman Joho voted yes, Councilman Klinder voted yes, Councilman Leary voted yes and Councilman Pugliese voted yes. 

Mayor Fiamingo administered the Oath of Office to Captain Hannon.

Timothy Dowd – Chief Grady said Sergeant Timothy Dowd is being promoted to rank of Lieutenant.  He joined the Police Department in 1988 and was assigned to the Detective Bureau in 2001 and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2004 and has been the Supervisor of the Detective Bureau.  Lieutenant Dowd will be reassigned to the Patrol Division and is a member of the New Jersey Narcotics Enforcement Association.  His father, Frank Dowd served in the Kenilworth Police Department for 25 years, retiring in 1986.  Lieutenant Dowd is married with three children.

RESOLUTION NO. 2

Introduced by Fred Pugliese adoption moved by same

Seconded by Brian Joho

Be It Hereby Resolved:   That Sergeant TIMOTHY DOWD be promoted to the rank of  Lieutenant in the Kenilworth Police Department as per results of the promotion process and  as recommended by Police Chief Kenneth Grady, effective June 8, 2011.

Roll Call: Councilman Candarella voted yes, Councilman Corvelli voted yes, Councilman Joho voted yes, Councilman Klinder voted yes, Councilman Leary voted yes and Councilman Pugliese voted yes. 

Mayor Fiamingo administered the Oath of Office to Lieutenant Dowd.

James Grady – Chief Grady said Officer James Grady is being promoted to the rank of Sergeant.  James Grady joined the Police Department in 1998 and is a graduate of Seton Hall University and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice.  He was assigned to the Detective Bureau in 2002.  Detective Grady has been the school Resource Officer in the High School and the DARE Officer for the Department.  He graduated from Cops In School, Keeping Our Kids Safe Program in August, 2002 in Detroit, Michigan.  He is the recipient of the Knights of Columbus Officer of the Year Award 2008.  Sergeant Grady will take over the Detective Bureau as Detective Sergeant.  Sergeant Grady is married with two children.  

RESOLUTION NO. 3

Introduced by Fred Pugliese adoption moved by same

Seconded by Brian Joho

Be It Hereby Resolved:   That Officer JAMES GRADY be promoted to the rank of Sergeant in the Kenilworth Police Department as per results of the promotion process and as recommended by Police Chief Kenneth Grady, effective June 8, 2011.

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Roll Call: Councilman Candarella voted yes, Councilman Corvelli voted yes, Councilman Joho voted yes, Councilman Klinder voted yes, Councilman Leary voted yes and Councilman Pugliese voted yes. 

Mayor Fiamingo administered the Oath of Office to Sergeant Grady.

Paul Campanelli – Chief Grady said Officer Paul Campanelli is being promoted to the rank of Sergeant.  Sergeant Campanelli joined the Kenilworth Police Department in 1998.  He served in the United States Army in Bosnia.  He is a member of the Kenilworth VFW Post 2230 and is the Junior Vice Commander.  He was the recipient of the Knights of Columbus award for Police Officer of the year 2007.  Sergeant Campanelli will be assigned as a Platoon Sergeant. Sergeant Campanelli is married with two children.

RESOLUTION NO. 4

Introduced by Fred Pugliese adoption moved by same

Seconded by Brian Joho

Be It Hereby Resolved:   That Officer PAUL CAMPANELLI be promoted to the rank of  Sergeant  in the Kenilworth Police Department as per results of the promotion process and  as recommended by Police Chief Kenneth Grady, effective June 8, 2011.

Roll Call: Councilman Candarella voted yes, Councilman Corvelli voted yes, Councilman Joho voted yes, Councilman Klinder voted yes, Councilman Leary voted yes and Councilman Pugliese voted yes. 

Mayor Fiamingo administered the Oath of Office to Sergeant Campanelli.

Daniel Sims – Chief Grady said Officer Daniel Sims is being promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Sergeant Sims joined the Police Department in 2001.  He was a staff Sergeant in the United States Marine Corp., serving in the liberation of Kuwait, Iraq Desert Storm Operation.  Officer Sims is a member of the Union County Emergency Response Team and also assisted in the Louisiana Emergency Assistance deployment in 2005 during Hurricane Katrina.  He is the Kenilworth Police Department Fire Arms Instructor.  His expertise in fire arms and fire arm safety has taken this department’s fire arms training to a higher level.  He is a member of the Kenilworth VFW Post 2230 and received the Police Officer of the Year Award in 2010.  Sergeant Sims is married with five children.

RESOLUTION NO. 5

Introduced by Fred Pugliese adoption moved by same

Seconded by Brian Joho

Be It Hereby Resolved:   That Officer DANIEL SIMS be promoted to the rank of Sergeant in the Kenilworth Police Department as per results of the promotion process and as recommended by Police Chief Kenneth Grady, effective June 8, 2011.

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Roll Call: Councilman Candarella voted yes, Councilman Corvelli voted yes, Councilman Joho voted yes, Councilman Klinder voted yes, Councilman Leary voted yes and Councilman Pugliese voted yes. 

Mayor Fiamingo administered the Oath of Office to Sergeant Sims.

The Mayor stated she is going to take things a little out of order and open the meeting to the public.

Meeting Open to the Public

Motion was made by Councilman Leary, seconded by Councilman Pugliese to open the meeting to the public. All in favor.

The Mayor said she opened the meeting to the public to give anyone an opportunity who might want to say something about the promotions.

Fred Soos, Epping Drive – Mr. Soos said he has known most of the guys since they rode their bicycles and he is very proud of what they have accomplished and this town should be very proud of them and their accomplishments because they are going to serve the town well.  He said he doesn’t go on the Kenilworth Forum  often but lately he has been looking at it and the Police Department has been taking a lot of abuse.  He said he hears people complaining about police salaries and how they make too much money and all different comments.  He said he takes objection to that, because we have one of the finest Police Departments in this County.  They have Silver Card Dinners which donates to a lot of organizations in town and they helped save the Town a lot of money with the renovation of the Detective House. He said he looks at the Council Meetings and no one ever says anything good about the accomplishments of our Police Department. He said in the last couple of years they have lost five men, actually six because one of them is on sick leave.  He said he knows the Borough can’t replace all of them  but he would like to ask the Mayor and Council to possibly hire two or three more officers.  He said we are going to get into a situation with the summer is coming.  We have had some daytime robberies, some people being mugged on the street and because they are short handed they can’t take vacations. He said he hopes the Mayor and Council will consider this.

William Dowd – Mr. Dowd said that all of the officers that were promoted tonight worked for him at one time and he personally congratulated each and every officer even though two of them are his nephews, they are all very deserving of the promotions.

Councilman Pugliese congratulated everyone on their promotions.  He said they all have deep roots in the community.  He said many of them went to school with him, they coach baseball and foot ball in the town and Officer Grady was the School Resource Officer.  They have kept our community safe in the past and they will make us proud and keep us safe in the future.

Councilman Candarella said he has had the honor of sitting on the Police Committee and in reviewing the applicants and their qualifications he said the Chief made good choices.

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Mayor Fiamingo said she knows all these gentleman and is very proud of each one of them.  She said from the Captain on down to the Sergeants she is very very proud and happy and the Chief did a great job.  

Motion was made by Councilman Candarella, seconded by Councilman Joho to close the meeting to the public. All in favor.

REPORT OF COMMITTEES

Mayor Fiamingo reminded everyone about the September 11th Memorial which is planned to be dedicated on this September 11th which is the tenth anniversary.  With a lot of help from the members of the community we are putting together a very respectful and dutiful memorial with a piece of the beam from the twin towers being incorporated.  She said although we are doing this relatively inexpensively, she is requesting anyone from the public who wishes to donate to help defray the cost to please send donations to the Pride In Kenilworth c/o Borough Hall, 567 Boulevard, Kenilworth, NJ.  She said any amount that you wish to contribute is well appreciated.  We have already received a few donations and she thanked everyone who has done so.  Mayor Fiamingo said we will be commemorating all three of the individuals of the Borough who were killed on September 11, 2011. 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

Councilman Joho said there was an inquiry a few weeks back in regards to the renovation costs for the Detective Annex and he reported the cost so far is $24,924.00.  He commended the Police Department for arranging the renovations and managing the cost.  There were many items that were greatly discounted and a lot of labor was put in by our Police Department and DPW to make the renovation happen.  He congratulated them for a job well done and again for bringing the cost in well under what we had allocated.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

Councilman Corvelli reported the stripping machine is back in operation.  The DPW is concentrating on the crosswalks.  He said on June 11th from 9:00 to 2:00PM, Alcatel-Lucent and Union County College will be collecting Household Special Waste products.

 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Councilman Pugliese reported approximately one month ago the Borough donated the Detective Bureau trailer to the Union County Sheriff’s Department.  In response, Brian Howarth from the Union County Sherriff’s Department sent a thank you letter thanking us for the trailer.  The Borough received a $4,000 grant in response to the Click It Or Ticket Program.  He said he received the monthly report from Chief Grady and Detective Sgt. Dowd.

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING, ZONING & ORDINANCES

Councilman Candarella said the Construction Report is in order.

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DEPARTMENT OF RECREATION AND FIRE

Councilman Leary reported on Saturday, June 18th at 8:30 PM the Recreation Department will be holding its annual outdoor movie night at the David Brearley football field.  The event is free and open to all residents.  The Land of Make Believe trip is Friday, June 24th and sign-ups will be on Monday, June 13th 7:00-8:00 PM at the Recreation Center.  He reminded everyone that the Recreation Department Summer Camp starts on June 20th and they are still accepting sign-ups.  The next sign-ups will be on June 19th at 2:00-5:00 PM at the Recreation Center. If anyone would like to contact the Recreation Department they can visit the web site.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION & WELFARE

 

Councilman Klinder reported the Library Fest 2011 will be held on Wednesday, August 1.

ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

Consolidated Bill List appears on the following pages.  (copy attached)

 

CONSENT AGENDA

Resolutions No. 6 thru 14 are listed on Consent Agenda and will be enacted by one motion in the form listed below. All items will be recorded individually in full in the minutes.

Councilman Leary moved that all items under Consent Agenda be approved, seconded by Councilman Candarella . Upon roll call the vote was unanimous.

RESOLUTION NO.6

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED:   That all bills be paid when properly audited and funds are available.

RESOLUTION NO. 7

                                                                             

Be It Hereby Resolved:  That the Borough Clerk be authorized to issue the following                  Raffle Licenses:

                                                 

#1019  Clark Pop Warner Football Inc., for a Casino Night on September 23, 2011, at 33 South 21st Street, Kenilworth, NJ.

                                                           

RESOLUTION NO. 8

WHEREAS, Robert and Frances Koster paid the property taxes for the 2nd quarter of 2011 for the property located at 105 South Michigan Avenue, Kenilworth, NJ, and;

WHEREAS, this resulted in a tax overpayment for the 2nd quarter of 2011 in the amount of $151.85;

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WHEREAS, Robert and Frances Koster have requested that the overpayment of the 2nd quarter be refunded to them;

NOW, THERFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer, after proper notation on the tax account records by the Collector of Taxes, be and is hereby authorized to issue a warrant for a refund as stated below.

Block                       Lot                     Payable To:                                                   Amount

            134                           12                       Koster, Robert & Frances                               $ 151.85

                                                                        105 South Michigan Avenue

Kenilworth, NJ 07033

                                                                       

                                                                                                                        TOTAL            $ 151.85

RESOLUTION NO. 9

WHEREAS, Susanne Lanzafama paid the property taxes for the 2nd quarter of 2011 for the property located at 212 North 16th Street, Kenilworth, NJ, and;

WHEREAS, this resulted in a tax overpayment for the 2nd quarter of 2011 in the amount of $190.14;

WHEREAS, Susanne Lanzafama has requested that the overpayment of the 2nd quarter be refunded to her;

NOW, THERFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer, after proper notation on the tax account records by the Collector of Taxes, be and is hereby authorized to issue a warrant for a refund as stated below.

Block                       Lot                     Payable To:                                                   Amount

            33                             12                       Lanzafama, Susanne                                      $ 190.14

                                                                        212 North 16th Street

Kenilworth, NJ 07033

                                                                       

                                                                                                                        TOTAL            $ 190.14

RESOLUTION NO.10

WHEREAS, Antonio and Maria Capra paid the property taxes for the 2nd quarter of 2011 for the property located at 247 North 19th Street, Kenilworth, NJ, and;

WHEREAS, this resulted in a tax overpayment for the 2nd quarter of 2011 in the amount of $373.66;

WHEREAS, Antonio and Maria Capra have requested that the overpayment of the 2nd quarter be refunded to them;

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NOW, THERFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer, after proper notation on the tax account records by the Collector of Taxes, be and is hereby authorized to issue a warrant for a refund as stated below.

Block                       Lot                     Payable To:                                                   Amount

            22                             3                         Capra , Antonio and Maria                              $ 373.66

                                                                        247 North 19th Street

Kenilworth, NJ 07033

                                                                       

                                                                                                                        TOTAL            $ 373.66

RESOLUTION NO. 11

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED:  That the contract with S.B.P. INDUSTRIES, 1301 New Market Ave., South Plainfield, NJ  07080 for EMERGENCY GENERATOR SERVICE AT THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING be renewed for a one year period from August 1, 2011 to July 31, 2012 at a total cost of $860.00.

Certification of Funds

Date: _________

Appropriation: _________

_____________________

Treasurer

RESOLUTION NO. 12

            Be It Hereby Resolved:  That the following be employed as Recreation Summer Playground workers as of June 27, 2011:           

            Tina Lynaugh              Administrator                           $455.00 per week

            Caleb Bain                  Administrator                           $420.00 per week

            Stacy Salvato             Administrator                           $420.00 per week

            Michael Alvarino         Head Counselor                      $8.50 per hour

            Ashley Pagon              Head Counselor                      $8.50 per hour

            Jenna Vitale                Head Counselor                      $8.50 per hour

            Samantha Ayers         Regular Counselor                  $8.00 per hour

            Nicholas Fields            Regular Counselor                  $8.00 per hour

            Zachary Kozak           Regular Counselor                  $8.00 per hour

            Brian Layden               Regular Counselor                  $8.00 per hour

            Nicole Layden             Regular Counselor                  $8.00 per hour

            Christina Petruzella     Regular Counselor                  $8.00 per hour

            Amy Lynn Roman      Regular Counselor                  $8.00 per hour

            Carly Schindler           Regular Counselor                  $8.00 per hour

            Kaitlyn Tobe                Regular Counselor                  $8.00 per hour

           

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RESOLUTION NO. 13

WHEREAS, Alkesh and Kinnari Shah paid the property taxes for the 2nd quarter of 2011 for the property located at 751 Woodland Avenue, Kenilworth, NJ, and;

WHEREAS, this resulted in a tax overpayment for the 2nd quarter of 2011 in the amount of $240.61;

WHEREAS, Alkesh and Kinnari Shah have requested that the overpayment of the 2nd quarter be refunded to them;

NOW, THERFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Treasurer, after proper notation on the tax account records by the Collector of Taxes, be and is hereby authorized to issue a warrant for a refund as stated below.

Block                       Lot                     Payable To:                                                   Amount

            159                           15.01                  Shah, Alkesh and Kinnari                               $ 240.61

                                                                        751 Woodland Avenue

Kenilworth, NJ 07033

                                                                       

                                                                                                                        TOTAL            $ 240.61

                                               

RESOLUTION NO. 14

WHEREAS, it is anticipated that the Borough of Kenilworth may not be able to issue tax bills for the year 2011 in advance of third quarter taxes due August 1, 2011; and

WHEREAS, the Borough of Kenilworth has determined that there may be insufficient cash flow to support operations in late July 2011 unless third quarter revenue is received on time;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Body of the Borough of Kenilworth as follows:

  1. The Tax Collector be and is hereby directed to take all required steps, should he deem it necessary, to send out estimated bills for the third quarter 2011 in accordance with the provisions of NJSA 54:4-66.2 et seq.
  1. That the Tax Collector/Chief Financial Officer has reviewed the permissible tax levy range for estimated billing purposes and determined the range should be set at 101.56% of the previous year’s tax levy. ($35,059,298.17 or a tax rate of $3.973)
  1. That the Tax Collector takes any and all additional steps to implement the substance of this resolution.

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RESOLUTION NO. 15

Introduced by Kevin Leary, Jr. adoption moved by same

Seconded by Scott Klinder

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED:  That the Mayor appoint KRISTEN BOYLE, KEVIN CHARLES, DARLENE CANDARELLA, JOSEPH  FINISTRELLA and MICHELE LAYDEN as  Regular Members of  the Recreation Committee for  one year terms. 

Roll Call:  Councilman Candarella abstained, Councilman Corvelli voted yes, Councilman Joho voted yes, Councilman Leary voted yes, Councilman Klinder voted yes and Councilman Pugliese voted yes.  Five in favor.

MEETING OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Motion was made by Councilman Leary, seconded by Councilman Joho to open the meeting to the public.  All in favor.

Katherine Joho, 190 Boulevard -  Mrs. Joho said she was part of the “Relay for Life” this past weekend and it was a great event and she hopes it continues on to next year.  She said it was a last minute decision to attend and it was amazing that Kenilworth came out in full force.  She said kids and adults were all there and it was very inspiring to see the survivors and their supporters walk.  She said Kenilworth residents are known for their crazy sense of community and she is proud to be a member of this community and they raised over $80,000.00.

Mayor Fiamingo said she is glad Kassie brought up the Relay for Life up because she forgot to mention it in her report. She said she walked ten miles, Brian walked a lot more because he is a lot younger. She said it was tremendous to see the amount of people out there and that this is a great fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.  She said she knows it was loud and some residents were disturbed but it was one night and for such a wonderful cause. More than $80,000 was raised for cancer research.  She said it was very touching to see cancer survivor’s walk and also to see all the luminaries for people who are not with us anymore because of cancer.  

Motion was made by Councilman  Corvelli seconded by Councilman Joho  to close the   meeting to the public.  All in favor.

GENERAL BUSINESS

Councilman Joho thanked David Brearley High School, Harding School, the Board of Education and Superintendent Hershey for hosting the “Relay for Life” event and doing a phenomenal job on an all-night event.  He said they did a good job and were very organized and the event was very moving.  He said it shows the great sense of community in Kenilworth and he was proud to be a part of it.

Mayor Fiamingo said she knows it will be an even bigger event next year and she intends to raise even more money next year.

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ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business to come before the Council, it was moved by Councilman Pugliese, seconded by Councilman Klinder and carried, that the meeting be adjourned to the call of the chair.

8:50 P.M.                                                                                                                                Respectfully submitted,

                                                                                                           

                                                                                     Hedy Lipke, Borough Clerk  



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