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					                         BOROUGH of GARWOOD

                           Regular MINUTES of the
                            COUNCIL MEETING
                                  September 12, 2006

The Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council was held in Council Chambers and called
to order at 7:49 p.m. by Mayor McCarthy. He asked all present to participate in a moment
of silence, followed by a salute to the flag.

Adequate notice of this meeting was provided to the Cranford Chronicle and the Star
Ledger as advertised on January 5, 2006, informing the public of time and place
according to the provisions of the Open Public Meeting Law (Chapter 231, P.L. 1975).


ROLL CALL:
Municipal Clerk Christina Ariemma administered Roll Call. The Members Present were:
Mayor McCarthy                                 Councilman Lombardo
Council President Villaggio                    Councilman Mitchell
Councilman DeFilippo                           Councilman Tucker

Also Present: Borough Administrator/Clerk Christina Ariemma, Borough Attorney Robert
Renaud, Department of Public Works Superintendent Fred Corbitt and Clerk
Stenographer Kathleen Wierzbinski.

Councilman Schadewald was absent.


MINUTES:

Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council held on August 8, 2006.
Executive Session of the Mayor and Council held on August 8, 2006.
Workshop Session of the Mayor and Council held on August 8, 2006.

The foregoing minutes were approved as submitted by motion of Councilman Tucker,
seconded by Council President Villaggio. All Ayes


COMMUNICATIONS:
   1)     NEW JERSEY STATE LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES –
          a. Mayor’s Fax Advisory –
               i.      08/04/06, RE: League Support for ACS 804 System wide Cable
                      Franchises.
               ii.     08/04/06, RE: League Letter to Special Session Committee Members.
               iii.    08/08/06, RE: Joint Committee on Government Consolidation and
                       Shared Services
               iv.     08/09/06, RE: Joint Committee on Public Employee Pensions and
                       Benefits.
               v.      08/10/06, RE: Joint Committee on Public School Funding Reform.
               vi.     08/15/06, RE: Race Equality and Inclusive Communities Week.
               vii.    08/15/06, RE: Annual Business Meeting.
               viii. 08/17/06, RE: Legislative Special Session Update.
               ix.     08/17/06. RE: Press Release on DHS Funding.
               x.      08/18/06, RE: Directive #15-06 Statewide Municipal Court Security
                       Policy.
               xi.     08/22/06, RE: League Supports Changes to SHBP.
               xii.    08/23/06, RE: Joint Committee Meeting on Employee Benefits.
               xiii. 08/25/06, RE: Legislative Update.



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                  xiv.      08/29/06, RE: New Information from the Division of Local
                            Government Service.
                   xv.      08/30/06, RE: Census Bureau Income, Poverty and Health Insurance
                            Report.
                   xvi. 08/31/06, RE: August meeting of the Joint Legislative Committee on
                            Government Consolidation and Shared Services.
                   xvii. 08/31/06, RE: Joint Legislative Committee on Employee Benefits.
                   xviii. 09/01/06, RE: Prompt Pay (S-1726)
                   xix. 09/06/06, RE: State Health Benefits Changes.
                   xx.      09/06/06, RE: National Brownsfields Association General Meeting.
                   xxi. 09/06/06, RE: Update of Deer Carcass Removal
                   xxii. 09/07/06. RE: Appellate Division Awards Counsel Fees to Plaintiff in
                            Settlement of OPRA Case
                   xxiii. 09/07/06, RE: Governor’s Economic Growth Strategy
                   xxiv. 09/07/06, RE: September 6 meeting of the Joint Legislative
                            Committee on Government Consolidation and Shared Services
           RECEIVED AND FILED.
   2)      COMCAST–
           a. Correspondence –
                    i. 08/22/06, RE: Channel Additions.
                   ii. 08/29/06, RE: NBC 4.4 launch date correction
           RECEIVED AND FILED.
   3)      COUNTY OF UNION BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS – 08/15/06, RE:
           Invitation to Union County POW/MIA Day and Resolution 2006-790, 08/18/2006,
           RE: Various Resolutions and Ordinances
           RECEIVED AND FILED.
   4)      GARWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT – 08/01/06, RE: Approval of membership
           application of Vincent J. Fiorino.
           RECEIVED AND FILED, REFERRED TO THE FIRE COMMITTEE.
   5)      COLUMBUS PARADE ASSOCIATION OF UNION COUNTY – 08/25/06,
           Invitation to the Annual Christopher Columbus Celebration.
           RECEIVED AND FILED.
   6)      PAULETTE DROGAN, SENIOR CITIZEN DIRECTOR –08/08/06, RE: Line
           Dancing Program.
           RECEIVED AND FILED.
   7)      LORETTA J. GLOGORKSI, C.T.C. – 08/28/06, RE: Letter of intent to retire
           effective October 31, 2006.
           RECEIVED AND FILED, REFERRED THE GOVERNING BODY.
   8)      TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD – 08/16/06, RE: Ordinance 2006-33, Amending 136-
           4.1 in Article II.
           RECEIVED AND FILED.
   9)      RAHWAY VALLEY SEWERAGE AUTHORITY– Summary of Minutes of the
           Regular Meeting held July 20, 2006.
           RECEIVED AND FILED.
   10)     GARWOOD PLANNING BOARD - Summary of Minutes of the Regular Meeting
           held July 26, 2006.
           RECEIVED AND FILED.


ORDINANCES:
ADOPTION:
Public Hearing on Ordinance 06-17, 06-18, 06-19 and 06-20, as advertised in the
Cranford Chronicle on August 10, 2006.

Mayor McCarthy requested the Municipal Clerk to read Ordinance 06-17 by title only:
                               ORDINANCE NO. 06-17
         AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND §106-147 (APPLICATION FEES) IN
         ARTICLE XII (FEES), §106-87 (DEPOSITS AND ESCROWS; PAYMENTS
         TO PROFESSIONALS SERVING THE BOROUGH) IN ARTICLE VII
         (APPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT; SUBDIVISION AND SITE


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        PLAN REVIEW AND APPROVAL), AND §106-4 (DEFINITIONS) IN
        ARTICLE I (GENERAL PROVISIONS) IN CHAPTER 106 (LAND USE)
        OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD TO REVISE
        CERTAIN FEES.
        WHEREAS, by L. 2005, c.133, the Legislature of the State of New Jersey enacted
N.J.S.A. 40:55D-23.3 which prescribes certain educational requirements for members of local
planning boards and boards of adjustment; and
        WHEREAS, as a result of said requirement, the Borough of Garwood will be required to
incur expenses to provide for the education of the members of the Borough’s planning board; and
        WHEREAS, Chapter 133 permits the municipality to defray the cost of tuition for those
persons required to take such educational courses through fees for applications for development
by municipal agencies; and
        WHEREAS, it is the intention of the Borough of Garwood to increase such application
fees to cover the estimated cost of the foregoing.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE
BOROUGH OF GARWOOD:
SECTION 1. §106-147 (Application Fees) in Article XII (Fees) in Chapter 106 (Land Use) of
the Code of the Borough of Garwood is hereby amended to read as follows:
§106-147. Application Fees.
Fees for all applications for development, applications for rezoning and appeals shall be paid
with the application to the Planning Board. All checks are to be made payable to the Borough of
Garwood. Failure to submit payment or the submission of checks that are found to be improperly
drawn will cause an application to be deemed incomplete and a hearing on the application to be
delayed. Required fees shall be calculated by totaling all applicable fees. Such fees shall be as
follows:
A.      Variance relief pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70(d).
         (1) For a one- or two-family residential use: $1000.
         (2)      For all other uses: $500, plus $75 for each additional unit.
B.      Variance relief pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55-70(c) (each variance).
        (1)       One- or two-family residential use: $75.
        (2)       Other uses: $200.
C.      Conditional use authorization: $1000.
D.      Site plan review.
        Residential:                            Preliminary                         Final
                                                $ 1,000                             $ 700
                                                plus $250 for each additional
                                                dwelling unit over 3 units
        Non-residential:                        Preliminary                         Final
        (Lot area shall be calculated as the
        total lot area of the property)
                 0 to 5,000 square feet         $ 800                               $ 600
                 5,001 to 20,000 square feet $ 2,000                                $ 1,000
                 20,001 to 50,000 square feet $ 3,000                               $ 1,000
                 over 50,001 square feet        $ 4,000                             $ 1,000
                                                plus $0 for each additional square
                                                foot over 60,000 square feet
  E.    Subdivision review.                     Preliminary                         Final
        Two (2) lot minor subdivision,
        lot line adjustment                     $1,000                              n/a
        Major subdivisions, three lots
        and greater                             $1,000 base plus $100 for
                                                each additional lot
F.      Concept Plan:
        Minor Subdivision (2 lots) $ 250.
        Major Subdivision               $ 400.
        Site Plans (w/o subdivision) $ 400.
G.      Design standard waiver.
        The fee for each request for a design standard waiver from Article IX shall be $50.
H.      Appeals and requests for interpretation pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70(a) and (b): $400.
I.      Application for rezoning. The fee for an application for rezoning shall be $1,500. The
applicant shall simultaneously make the escrow deposit required by §106-87. Additionally,


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applicant shall be liable for all publication fees, mailing costs and any other disbursements by the
municipality in connection with the consideration or adoption of an amendment to the Land Use
Ordinance, which fees shall be paid in advance by the applicant or deducted from the applicant's
escrow deposit.
J.      Public hearings.
        Each application shall require hearing fees. Fees for hearings before the Planning Board
shall be as follows:
 Where a public notice is required, $700 to accompany the application. Individual lot
applications for single and two family homes are exempt.
        1. Where a public notice is not required, $500 to accompany the application. Individual
            lot applications for single and two family homes are exempt.
        2. Where a hearing is continued to a subsequent session, $500 to be paid ten days prior
            to the date of the continued hearing. Individual lot applications for single and two
            family homes are exempt.
SECTION 2. §106-87 (Deposits and escrows; payments to professionals serving the
Borough) in Article VII (Applications for development; subdivision and site plan review
and approval) in Chapter 106 (Land Use) of the Code of the Borough of Garwood is
hereby amended by amending subsection F, to read as follows:
F.     For deposits required pursuant to NJSA 40:55D-53.2, the amount of the deposit
required
shall be reasonable in regard to the scale and complexity of the development. No
application shall be deemed complete unit the amounts listed below are posted with the
Borough. For such deposit, the amount of the initial deposit shall be:
Minor and Major Subdivision:
                                                             Preliminary            Final
Two (2) lot minor subdivision, lot line adjustment           $ 1,000.               n/a
Major subdivisions, three lots and greater                   $ 2,000. base          n/a.
                                                             plus $500 for each
                                                             additional lot
Site Plan Applications:
Residential:                                                 $ 1000.               n/a.
                                                             plus $250 for each additional
                                                             dwelling unit over 3 units.
Non residential:
(Lot area shall be calculated as the total lot area of the property)
        0 to 5,000 square feet                                  $ 1,000                  n/a.
        5,001 to 20,000 square feet                             $ 3,000                  n/a
        20,001 to 50,000 square feet                            $ 4,000                  n/a
        over 50,001 square feet                                 $ 5,000                  n/a.
Concept Plan:
        Minor Subdivision (2 lots) $ 250.
        Major Subdivision               $ 400.
        Site Plans (w/o subdivision) $ 400.
SECTION 3. §106-4 (Definitions) in Article I (General Provisions) in Chapter 106 (Land Use)
of the Code of the Borough of Garwood is hereby amended by amending the definition of
“subdivision, minor” to read as follows:
        SUBDIVISION MINOR – A subdivision of land that does not involve the creation of
        more than two lots, a planned unit development, any new streets or the extension of any
        off-tract improvements.
SECTION 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed to
the extent of such inconsistency.
SECTION 5. If any portion of this ordinance shall be determined to be invalid, such
determination shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of said ordinance.
SECTION 6. This ordinance shall take effect upon final passage and publication in accordance
with law.
SECTION 7. A certified copy of this ordinance shall be filed with the Union County Planning
Board.

List correspondence concerning Ordinance No. 06-17: NONE.


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The Mayor then asked if any one present wished to be heard concerning Ordinance 06-17.

Bruce Paterson, 325 Willow Avenue stated his concerns with raising certain fees.
Council President Villaggio replied the fee Mr. Paterson was concerned about was not
affected.

Motion to close Public Hearing on Ordinance 06-17 was made by Council President
Villaggio, and seconded by Councilman DeFilippo. All Ayes.

A motion to adopt Ordinance 06-17 was made by Council President Villaggio, seconded
by Councilman Tucker, whereupon Mayor McCarthy directed Roll Call, Council
President Villaggio-Aye, Councilman DeFilippo-Aye, Councilman Lombardo-Aye,
Councilman Mitchell-Aye, Councilman Schadewald-ABSENT, Councilman Tucker-Aye.
5-Ayes, 1-Absent. Ordinance 06-17 was adopted.

Mayor McCarthy requested the Municipal Clerk to read Ordinance 06-18 by title only:
                                    ORDINANCE NO. 06-18
        AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH A RESTRICTED PARKING ZONE
        PURSUANT TO N.J.S.A. 39:4-197.6 IN FRONT OF 117 OAK STREET, IN
        THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD.
        BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood:
        WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 39:4-197.6 permits a municipality to establish a restricted parking
zone in front of a residence occupied by a handicapped person; and
        WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood has received a request
from Serafino Priolo of 117 Oak Street, 2nd Floor, Garwood, New Jersey, that a restricted parking
zone be established on Oak Street in front of his residence; and
        WHEREAS, the resident qualifies for the establishment of such restricted parking zone
by virtue of having been issued a windshield placard or wheelchair symbol license plate by the
New Jersey Division of Motor Vehicles; and
        WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council finds that parking is not otherwise prohibited and
that the permitting of the establishment of a restricted parking zone would not interfere with the
normal flow of traffic;
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of
Garwood:
        SECTION 1. A restricted parking zone pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:4-197.6 is hereby
established in front of premises located at 117 Oak Street, Garwood, New Jersey, the residence of
Serafino Priolo.
        SECTION 2. The posting of an appropriate sign by or at the direction of the Chief of
Police is hereby authorized and directed.
        SECTION 3. This ordinance shall be effective for so long as Serafino Priolo shall
continue to reside in the premises and shall continue to be eligible for the restricted parking zone
established herein under N.J.S.A. 39:4-197.6.
        SECTION 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby
repealed to the extent of such inconsistency.
        SECTION 5. If any portion of this ordinance shall be determined to be invalid, such
determination shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of said ordinance.
        SECTION 6. This ordinance shall take effect upon final passage and publication in
accordance with law.
List correspondence concerning Ordinance No. 06-18: NONE.

The Mayor then asked if any one present wished to be heard concerning Ordinance 06-18.
NO RESPONSE.

Motion to close Public Hearing on Ordinance 06-18 was made by Council President
Villaggio, and seconded by Councilman Lombardo. All Ayes.

A motion to adopt Ordinance 06-18 was made by Councilman Tucker, seconded by
Councilman Mitchell, whereupon Mayor McCarthy directed Roll Call, Council President


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Villaggio-Aye, Councilman DeFilippo-Aye, Councilman Lombardo-Aye, Councilman
Mitchell-Aye, Councilman Schadewald-ABSENT, Councilman Tucker-Aye. 5-Ayes, 1-
Absent. Ordinance 06-18 was adopted.

Mayor McCarthy requested the Municipal Clerk to read Ordinance 06-19 by title only:
                          ORDINANCE NO. 06-19
       AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE REPAIR OF THE ROOF AND
       ASSOCIATED WORK ON THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
       BUILDING IN THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD AND APPROPRIATING
       THE SUM OF SIXTEEN THOUSAND ($16,000) DOLLARS FROM THE
       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND TO PAY THE COST THEREOF.
       BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood:

SECTION 1. The repair of the roof and replacement of gutters and leaders and
associated work at the Department of Public Works Building, South Avenue, in the
Borough of Garwood is hereby authorized.
SECTION 2. The sum of Sixteen Thousand Dollars ($16,000) is hereby appropriated
from the Capital Improvement Fund to pay the cost thereof.
SECTION 3. The funds hereby appropriated are authorized to be expended when obligations to
expend said funds have been created in the form and manner prescribed by law.
SECTION 4. The capital budget of the Borough of Garwood is hereby amended to conform
with the provisions of this ordinance.
SECTION 5. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed to
the extent of such inconsistency.
SECTION 6. If any portion of this ordinance shall be determined to be invalid, such
determination shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of said ordinance.
SECTION 7. This ordinance shall take effect upon final passage and publication in accordance
with law.
List correspondence concerning Ordinance No. 06-19: NONE.

The Mayor then asked if any one present wished to be heard concerning Ordinance 06-19.
Bruce Paterson, 325 Willow Avenue: asked if this project went out for bid. Ms. Ariemma
replied no, further stating this project is under the bid threshold.

Motion to close Public Hearing on Ordinance 06-19 was made by Councilman Lombardo,
and seconded by Councilman Mitchell. All Ayes.

A motion to adopt Ordinance 06-19 was made by Councilman Lombardo, seconded by
Councilman Mitchell, whereupon Mayor McCarthy directed Roll Call, Council President
Villaggio-Aye, Councilman DeFilippo-Aye, Councilman Lombardo-Aye, Councilman
Mitchell-Aye, Councilman Schadewald-ABSENT, Councilman Tucker-Aye. 5-Ayes, 1-
Absent. Ordinance 06-19 was adopted.

Mayor McCarthy requested the Municipal Clerk to read Ordinance 06-20 by title only:
                        ORDINANCE NO. 06-20
    AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE DEFENSE AND
    INDEMNIFICATION OF OFFICIALS, EMPLOYEES AND APPOINTEES
    OF THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD AND ENACTING CHAPTER 12
    (DEFENSE AND INDEMNIFICATION) OF THE CODE OF THE
    BOROUGH OF GARWOOD:
    BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF
GARWOOD:
SECTION 1. Chapter 12 (Defense and Indemnification) of the Code of the Borough of
Garwood is hereby enacted to read as follows:
                                       CHAPTER 12
                           DEFENSE AND INDEMNIFICATION



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§12-1. General provisions.
A.       Except as hereinafter provided, the Borough of Garwood shall, upon the request of any
         present or former official, employee or appointee of the Borough provide for
         indemnification and legal defense of any civil action brought against said person or
         persons arising from an act or omission falling within the scope of their public duties.
     B. The terms of this ordinance and the definition of official, employee and appointee are to
     be construed liberally in order to effectuate the purposes of this ordinance except that these
     terms shall not mean a) any person who is not a natural person; b) any person, except any
     employee, while providing goods or services of any kind under any contract with the
     Borough except an employment contract; c) any person while providing legal or engineering
     services for compensation unless said person is an employee of the Borough; and d) any
     person who as a condition of his or her appointment or contract is required to indemnify and
     defend the Borough and/or secure insurance.
C.      The Borough shall provide for defense of and indemnify any present or former official,
        employee or appointee of the Borough who becomes a defendant in a civil action if the
        person or persons involved a) acted or failed to act in a matter in which the Borough has
        or had an interest; b) acted or failed to act in the discharge of a duty imposed or
        authorized by law; and c) acted or failed to take action in good faith. For purposes of this
        ordinance, the duty and authority of the Borough to defend and indemnify shall extend to
        a cross-claim or counterclaim against said person.
D.      The Borough is not required to indemnify any person against the payment of punitive
damages, penalties, or fines, but may provide for the legal defense of such claims in accord with
the standards set forth herein, and may indemnify an employee for exemplary or punitive
damages resulting from the employee’s civil violation of State or federal law if, in the opinion of
the Mayor and Council, the acts committed by the employee upon which the damages are based
did not constitute actual fraud, actual malice, willful misconduct or an intentional wrong. The
Borough may refuse to provide for the defense and indemnification of any civil action referred to
herein if the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood determines that a) the act or
omission did not occur within the scope of a duty authorized or imposed by law; b) the act or
failure to act was the result of actual fraud, willful misconduct or actual malice of the person
requesting defense and indemnification.
E.      In any other action or proceeding, including criminal proceedings, the Borough may
        provide for the defense of a present or former official, employee or appointee, if the
        Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood concludes that such representation is in
        the best interest of the Borough and that the person to be defended acted or failed to act in
        accord with the standards set forth in this ordinance.
F.      Whenever the Borough provides for the defense of any action set forth herein and as a
        condition of such defense, the Borough may assume exclusive control over the
        representation of such persons defended and such person shall cooperate fully with the
        Borough.
G.      The Borough may provide for the defense pursuant to this ordinance by authorizing its
        attorney to act in behalf of the person being defended or by employing other counsel for
        this purpose or by asserting the right of the Borough under any appropriate insurance
        policy that requires the insurer to provide defense.
§12-2. Notification.
      Whenever any employee shall be named as a defendant in any action or legal
proceeding arising out of or related to his/her employment, said employee shall
immediately notify his/her immediate supervisor of same and shall immediately provide
the Borough Clerk/Administrator with a copy of the summons, warrant or complaint in
the matter. The Borough Clerk/Administrator shall immediately notify the Borough
Attorney.
SECTION 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed to
the extent of such inconsistency.
SECTION 3. If any portion of this ordinance shall be determined to be invalid, such
determination shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of said ordinance.
SECTION 4.       This ordinance shall take effect upon final passage and publication in
accordance with law.
List correspondence concerning Ordinance No. 06-20: NONE.



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The Mayor then asked if any one present wished to be heard concerning Ordinance 06-20.
Bruce Paterson, 325 Willow Avenue asked why is this ordinance being adopted. Borough
Attorney Mr. Renaud responded many municipalities that are involved in the Joint
Insurance Fund adopt this ordinance, further stating this is a standard procedure.

Motion to close Public Hearing on Ordinance 06-20 was made by Council President
Villaggio, and seconded by Councilman Lombardo. All Ayes.

A motion to adopt Ordinance 06-20 was made by Council President Villaggio, seconded
by Councilman Lombardo, whereupon Mayor McCarthy directed Roll Call, Council
President Villaggio-Aye, Councilman DeFilippo-Aye, Councilman Lombardo-Aye,
Councilman Mitchell-Aye, Councilman Schadewald-ABSENT, Councilman Tucker-Aye.
5-Ayes, 1-Absent. Ordinance 06-20 was adopted.


COMMITTEE REPORTS

POLICE, PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY: Councilman Tucker, Chr.
All police cars are now being equipped with new light bars. These are highly visible
when is use, helping to make the scene as safe as possible. Training for our two new
dispatchers is going well, and the Department will be adding another alternate to our
crossing guard roster.
Report received and spread across the minutes by motion of Council President
Villaggio, seconded by Councilman Lombardo. All Ayes

STREETS AND ROADS: Councilman Lombardo, Chr.
Collection on the South side of Town was done on Thursday August 31, 2006. Total
collected was 29.93 tons. No sewer complaints were received for the month of August.
Routine inspections and preventative maintenance is ongoing. The Department of Public
Works has installed or replaced approximately 85 street signs so far this year. The
Department of public works catch basin inspection and cleaning program is underway.
Inspections are complete cleaning is ongoing and repairs will follow. The Department of
public works took delivery of its 2006 Ford Mason Dump with plow and salt spreader.
This will help greatly when ice conditions exist.
Report received and spread across the minutes by motion of Councilman Tucker,
seconded by Councilman Mitchell. All Ayes

FIRE: Councilman Mitchell, Chr.
The Fire Committee hereby approves the membership application for Vincent J. Fiorino.
The Fire Committee also recommends the adoption of Resolution 06-277, authorizing the
removal and disposal of the pull box Fire Alarm system in the Borough of Garwood.
COMMENT: Council President Villaggio asked the Fire Chief if all businesses and the
schools were notified. Chief Bonfanti responded yes they were notified, further stating
no businesses or schools are hooked up to the system.
Report received and spread across the minutes, recommendation contained therein be
adopted by motion of Council President Villaggio, seconded Councilman Lombardo.
All Ayes.

FINANCE: Council President Villaggio, Chr. NO REPORT

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: Councilman DeFilippo, Chr. NO REPORT

LAWS AND LICENSES: Councilman Tucker, Chr. NO REPORT

RECREATION: Council President Villaggio, Chr.



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Ceramics will be held at the Little League on September 28th after school. Family Swim
night is November 4th at the Cranford Pool. Family Ice Skating is December 2nd at
Warinaco Skating Rink from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Report received and spread across the minutes by motion of Councilman Tucker,
seconded by Councilman Lombardo. All Ayes

ECOLOGY: Councilman DeFilippo, Chr. NO REPORT

INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL: Council President Villaggio, Chr.
The Chamber of Commerce Family Fair and Classic Car Show will be held Sunday,
September 15th from noon until 5:00 pm.
Report received and spread across the minutes by motion of Councilman Lombardo,
seconded by Councilman Mitchell. All Ayes

COMMITTEE ON AGING: Council President Villaggio, Chr.
The Senior Citizen Show will be held at 7:00 pm at Lincoln School. Admission is $5.00
and all proceeds will be donated to the “Parent Draw the Line”
Report received and spread across the minutes by motion of Councilman Lombardo,
seconded by Councilman Mitchell. All Ayes

LIBRARY, MAYOR’S REPRESENTATIVE: Councilman Schadewald ABSENT.

SCHOOL BOARD LIAISON: Council President Villaggio
Next meeting of the Garwood Board of Education will be held on September 19th at
Washington School. Normally it is held at Lincoln School. “National Walk to School
Day” is October 4th. September 7th was the first day of school.
Report received and spread across the minutes by motion of Councilman Tucker,
seconded by Councilman Mitchell. All Ayes

TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE:
Councilman Tucker NO REPORT

CELEBRATION OF PUBLIC EVENTS AND HOLIDAYS LIAISON:
Councilman Mitchell
The Celebrations Committee received a thank you card from Mary Guare for installing
flags under the underpass, stating how nice it makes the town look.
Report received and spread across the minutes by motion of Council President
Villaggio, seconded by Councilman Lombardo. All Ayes

GARWOOD MUNICIPAL ALLIANCE COMMITTEE: Councilman Mitchell, Chr.
NO REPORT

UNION COUNTY AIR TRAFFIC NOISE ADVISORY BOARD REPRESENTATIVE:
Councilman Tucker NO REPORT


OFFICER’S REPORTS:
Chief of Police William Legg: Summons Report for July 2006
Chief of Police William Legg: Activities Report for July 2006
Chief of Police William Legg: 28 Day report from July 28 through August 24, 2006
Municipal Tax Collector Loretta Glogorski: monthly report for August 2006.
Municipal Court Administrator Martha Marino: monthly report for July and August 2006
Date of Report: August 10, 2006
Listed below are the monies collected during the month of July 2006
Traffic                                                  $ 18,995.00
Criminal                                                 $ 1,329.00
TOTAL:                                                   $ 20,324.00




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Listed below are the monies disbursed during the month of: July 2006
Borough of Garwood                                           $ 8,787.06
Borough of Garwood (Public Defender)                         $    254.00
Borough of Garwood (POAA)                                    $     28.00
Union County Treasurer                                       $ 4,164.50
Union County Treasurer (Lab Fees)                            $     N/A
Treasurer State of New Jersey (ATS)                          $    662.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (DMV)                          $ 5,895.44
Treasurer State of New Jersey (DEDR)                         $     50.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (VCCB)                         $    100.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (SNSF)                         $    175.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (Conditional Discharge)        $     N/A
Treasurer State of New Jersey (Lab Fees)                     $     N/A
Treasurer State of New Jersey (Web Fees)                     $     63.00
TOTAL:                                                       $ 20,179.00
Respectfully submitted by: Martha Marino/ Court Administrator
Date of Report: September 6, 2006

Listed below are the monies collected during the month of August 2006
Traffic                                                      $ 20,926.00
Criminal                                                     $ 4,447.90
TOTAL:                                                       $ 25,373.90
Listed below are the monies disbursed during the month of: August 2006
Borough of Garwood                                           $ 10,501.27
Borough of Garwood (Public Defender)                         $    236.00
Borough of Garwood (POAA)                                    $      6.00
Union County Treasurer                                       $ 4,964.50
Union County Treasurer (Lab Fees)                            $     25.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (ATS)                          $    887.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (DMV)                          $ 5,650.63
Treasurer State of New Jersey (DEDR)                         $    275.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (VCCB)                         $    250.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (SNSF)                         $    375.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (Conditional Discharge)        $     75.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (Lab Fees)                     $     75.00
Treasurer State of New Jersey (Web Fees)                     $     63.00
Weights & Measures                                           $ 2,050.00
TOTAL:                                                       $ 25,372.00
Respectfully submitted by: Martha Marino/ Court Administrator

The foregoing reports were adopted as submitted by motion of Council President
Villaggio, seconded by Councilman Lombardo. All Ayes.


HEARING OF CITIZENS WHO WISH TO ADDRESS THE MAYOR AND
COUNCIL:

Bruce Paterson, 325 Willow Avenue: Stated his concerns with the removal of the pull
box fire alarm system.
Fire Chief Bonfanti, 415 South Avenue: Responded the fire box system has been
investigated for years, is not hooked up to any business or school, further stating due to
modern technology and private alarm systems the pull box fire alarm system has become
obsolete, not utilized and should be dismantled.

Pat Quattrocchi, 400 North Avenue: asked what Resolution 06-287, Open Space Trust
Fund Grant would be used for. Ms. Ariemma responded it would be used for athletic
equipment for recreation.

Dennis Clark, 315 Pine Avenue: Asked if the borough is not going through with the
Verizon Agreement. Ms Ariemma responded the agreement is suspended because the
procedure was changed stating Verizon must go through the State of New Jersey.




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UNFINISHED BUSINESS

                                               CONSENT AGENDA
                                              (Adoption upon Roll Call)
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-268
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New Jersey hereby
authorizes the upgrading of Dispatcher Thomas Gesior from Class III to Class II Dispatcher at a salary of $27,600.00 effective
September 8, 2006, in accordance with Ordinance 06-12.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-269
WHEREAS,, N.J.S.A. 40A:87 provides that the Director of the Division of Local Government Services may approve the
insertion of any special item of revenue in the budget of any County or Municipality when such items shall have been made
available by law and the amount thereof was not determined at the time of the adoption of the budget; and
WHEREAS, said Director may also approve the insertion of any item of appropriation for equal amount;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood herby requests the Director
of Local Government Services to approve the insertion of an item of revenue in the budget of the year 2006 in the sum of
$3,000.00, which item is now available as a revenue from the Federal Domestic Assistance Number 20.600, Section 402, State
and Community Highway Safety Program, in the amount of $3,000.00;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the like sum of $3,000.00 is hereby appropriated under the caption of “You Drink, You
Drive, You Lose Statewide Crackdown Grant”; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the above is a result of a “State of New Jersey Grant of $3,000.00 from the Department of
Law and Public Safety, Division of Highway Traffic Safety”.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-270
WHEREAS,, N.J.S.A. 40A:87 provides that the Director of the Division of Local Government Services may approve the
insertion of any special item of revenue in the budget of any County or Municipality when such items shall have been made
available by law and the amount thereof was not determined at the time of the adoption of the budget; and
WHEREAS, said Director may also approve the insertion of any item of appropriation for equal amount;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood herby requests the Director
of Local Government Services to approve the insertion of an item of revenue in the budget of the year 2006 in the sum of
$13,850.00, which item is now available as a revenue from the Federal Domestic Assistance Number 20.600, Section 402, State
and Community Highway Safety Program, in the amount of $13,850.00;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the like sum of $13,850.00 is hereby appropriated under the caption of “RADAR Speed
Detection Device Replacement Program Grant”; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the above is a result of a “State of New Jersey Grant of $13,850.00 from the Department
of Law and Public Safety, Division of Highway Traffic Safety”.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-271
BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood hereby accept the resignation of Part-time Senior
Citizen Handyman Michael Tharaldsen effective August 18, 2006.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO 06-272
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood County of Union, State of New Jersey, hereby hires:
                                                             Albert Del Conte, III
                                                             545 Locust Avenue
                                                             Garwood, NJ 07027
As Part-time Senior Citizen Handyman in the Borough of Garwood at an hourly salary of $15.00, effective August 21, 2006.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this position is based on successful continuation of funding from CDBG.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-273
WHEREAS, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New Jersey, has heretofore
adopted Resolution No 01-350, which amended hourly rates of pay for the hiring by profit making, not for profit, or
governmental entities of off-duty police officers in the Borough of Garwood; and
WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood desires to establish a new fee for said hiring;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood that the hourly rate for the
hiring of police officers of the Borough of Garwood for extra-duty employment by profit making, not for profit and governmental
entities be and hereby is amended to $35.00 per hour for inside security, and $53.00 per hour for outside security, plus time and a
half for jobs exceeding 8 hours, of which the sum of $5.00 per hour shall be retained by the Borough of Garwood as an
administrative fee; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution shall take effect September 12, 2006; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that except as set forth herein, previously adopted Resolutions and Ordinances governing this
shall remain in full force and effect.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-274
BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New Jersey, hereby
approves to expunge 2006 taxes for the taxpayer listed below for the designated amounts and reasons specified as follows:
SUCCESSFUL UNION COUNTY TAX BOARD JUDGMENT:
BLOCK LOT                       NAME & ADDRESS                                            AMOUNT
0112                  0006               Picut Industries/Garwood Realty, Inc. $10,041.00
                                         443 North Avenue
                                         Garwood, NJ 07027
EXPLANATION: NO REFUND WILL BE REQUIRED-ADJUSTMENT WILL BE MADE TO 4th QUARTER, 2006
TAXES
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-275
BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood hereby accept the notice of intent to retire from
Loretta J. Glogorski, Part-time Tax Collector effective October 31, 2006.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-276
BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New Jersey, hereby
approves the following deductions of 2006 taxes for the taxpayers listed below for the designated amounts and reasons specified
as follows:
SENIOR CITIZEN AND VETERAN DEDUCTIONS:
BLOCK LOT                       NAME & ADDRESS                                            AMOUNT
0104                  0002               Mary Enz                     Senior                        250.00
0609                  0016               Olive Sadlon                 Senior                        250.00
0609                  0022               Betty Ann McComb             Senior                        250.00



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0206         0015                         Rodney VanNatta               Veteran                       250.00
0412         0002                         Anthony Manderichio           Veteran                       250.00
0609         0022                         Betty Ann McComb              Widow/Veteran                 250.00
EXPLANATION:                   EACH DEDUCTION WILL BE APPLIED TO 4TH QUARTER 2006 TAXES, THEREFORE,
                               NO REFUND IS NECESSARY.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-277
WHEREAS, it has been brought to the attention of the Mayor and Council from the Fire Chief and members of the Garwood
Fire Department that the Pull Box Fire Alarm System in the Borough of Garwood is obsolete and not utilized by the public; and
WHEREAS, a yearlong investigation was done by the Fire Chief at the request of the Mayor and Council and the chief has
validated that the system is not utilized by any Garwood business or Garwood Schools.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New
Jersey hereby authorized the Fire Chief to dismantled, remove and dispose of the Pull Box Fire Alarm System in the Borough of
Garwood.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-278
WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood has determined that there exists a need for professional legal
services in connection with the acquisition of an easement for the construction of gabion baskets along the easterly bank of the
Garwood Brook, just north of South Avenue within lot numbers 8 and 9 in Block 501 in the Borough of Garwood; and
WHEREAS, the said Governing Body has determined that such services are professional services as defined in the Local Public
Contracts Law of the State of New Jersey; and
WHEREAS, the Local Public Contracts Law requires that a notice stating the nature, duration, services and amount of each
contract awarded as a professional services contract be printed once in the official newspaper of the municipality;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood:
          1.         That the Mayor and Borough Clerk be and are hereby authorized and directed to execute an agreement with
                     John DeMassi, Esq., 1771 Front Street, PO Box 239, Scotch Plains, NJ, 07076, for the provision of
                     professional legal services.
          2.         That said Contractor shall receive fees not to exceed $3,000.00; and
          3.         That this contract is awarded without competitive bidding as professional services pursuant to the Local
                     Public Contracts Law; and
          4.         That the Borough Clerk be and is hereby authorized and directed to maintain this resolution and the
                     professional services contract on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Borough Clerk;
                     and
          5.         That the Borough Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to publish a copy of this notice as required by law.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-279
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood County of Union that the Municipal
Clerk be and is hereby authorized to sign the Verizon New Jersey Inc., Cable Television Application for Municipal Consent-
Request for Suspension of Application.
                                                    RESOLUTION NO. 06-280
WHEREAS, the Borough of Garwood has a need to acquire Tree Maintenance Services as a non- “fair and open” contract
pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.5; and
     WHEREAS, the Borough Administrator has determined and certified in writing that the value of the acquisition may
     exceed $17,500; and,
WHEREAS, M & A Tree Service, Inc., has submitted a proposal on September 1, 2006, indicating it will provide the above
services for an amount not to exceed $18,700.00 in accordance with the maintenance list submitted; and
WHEREAS, M & A Tree Service, Inc., has completed and submitted a Business Entity Disclosure Certification which certifies
that M & A Tree Service, Inc., has not made any reportable contributions to a political or candidate committee in the Borough of
Garwood in the previous one year (excluding any contribution made prior to January 1, 2006), and that the contract will prohibit
M & A Tree Service, Inc., from making any reportable contributions through the term of the contract: and
WHEREAS, the CFO has certified the availability of funds pursuant to N.J.A.C. 5:30-5.4;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood that the Mayor and Borough
Clerk be and are hereby authorized to enter into a contract with M & A Tree Service, Inc., as described herein; and more
specifically: Tree Maintenance Services
     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Business Entity Contribution Disclosure Certification, Business Disclosure Entity
     Certification, Certification of Availability of Funds and the Determination of Value be placed on file with this resolution;
     and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be published as required by law within 20 days of the date of
adoption.
                                        RESOLUTION NO. 06-281
WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New Jersey hereby award the
following;
              FOR:             ROOF AND GUTTER REPAIRS TO THE DPW BUILDING                     IN
                               ACCORDANCE WITH ATTACHED QUOTE
                    COST: NOT TO EXCEED $14,500.00
                    VENDOR:             HIPP ROOFING
                                        248 SYLVANIA PLACE
                                        WESTFIELD, NJ 07090
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of
New Jersey that upon recommendation of the Buildings and Grounds Committee hereby award the above to HIPP Roofing for
$14,500.00.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the award of this quote is subject to the Borough Treasurer executing the appropriate
Certification of Funds.
                                                  RESOLUTION NO. 06-282
WHEREAS, the State of New Jersey has amended Subchapter 5. LICENSE AMENDMENT 13:47-5.1 Application form
concerning licensing fees payable to the Control Commission for Legalized Games of Chance; and
WHEREAS, the Borough of Garwood collects fees on behalf of the Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission and the
borough for applications made for licenses in the Borough of Garwood; and
WHEREAS, the amendment increases the fees by $10.00.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New
Jersey hereby authorized the borough to charge fees in accordance with fess charged and set forth by the Legalized games of
Chance Control Commission, effective October 2, 2006.



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                                                  RESOLUTION NO. 06-283
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New Jersey hereby
approves the change order to the original bid submitted by:
Change Order # 1
Contractor:                   Jenicar Builders Contractors Co., Inc.
                              573 Belgrove Drive
                              Kearny, NJ 07032
Project:           NJDOT 2005 Roadway Program
Original Contract: $223,653.69
                              Change Order #1 $3,764.22
FOR:
Item # Description                                Unit               Price Amount

                                                    “SEE ATTACHED”

ADJUSTED AMOUNT BASED ON CHANGE ORDER #1                                                $227,417.91
REASON:              AS BUILT.
                                                   RESOLUTION NO. 06-284
WHEREAS, Jenicar Builders Contractors Co., Inc., 573 Belgrove Drive, Kearny, NJ 07032, has satisfactorily completed on June
2, 2006, the project known as “NJDOT 2005 Roadway Program”; and
WHEREAS, Maintenance Bond No. njc40814 has been received for one-year period concluding on June 2, 2007, for the amount
of $22,742.00.
WHEREAS, the final construction cost is $227,417.91; and
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of
New Jersey hereby accepts the Municipal Engineer’s recommendation that the project is complete and authorizes the Treasurer to
issue a check made payable to Jenicar Builders Contractors Co., Inc., in the amount of $39,319.87 for final payment of said
project.
                                                   RESOLUTION NO. 06-285
WHEREAS, Ann Romano has been a Garwood resident for many years, serving the Senior Citizen’s of Garwood as President for
Eleven years and Vice President for Six years, succeeding her husband Louis Romano; and
WHEREAS, Ann has organized and dedicated countless hours to dozens of community activities for seniors and citizens of
Garwood, too many to name here; and
WHEREAS, on November 18, 2006 Ann and Louis will celebrate their 61st Wedding Anniversary with her family of two
children, 2 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren; and
WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood desire to acknowledge and thank Ann Romano for being a
dedicated and thoughtful citizen in devoting so much of her time to Garwood Seniors Citizens.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of
New Jersey, do hereby publicly thank and recognize Ann Romano for her dedication, and “Congratulate” Ann and Lou on their
upcoming 61st Wedding Anniversary on November 18, 2006; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor, Council, and Municipal Clerk be and they are hereby authorized to affix their
signatures to this Resolution, which shall be presented to Ann Romano.
                                                   RESOLUTION NO. 06-286
BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New Jersey, hereby
appoint Douglas A. Knierim Special Police Officers, Class “B” School Crossing Guard - Alternate.
                                                   RESOLUTION NO. 06-287
BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood, County of Union, State of New Jersey hereby
authorizes the Municipal Clerk to sign and submit a grant application for:
                                        KIDS RECREATION TRUST FUND 2006


A motion to adopt Consent Agenda was made by Council President Villaggio, seconded
by Councilman Tucker, whereupon Mayor McCarthy directed Roll Call, Council
President Villaggio-Aye, Councilman DeFilippo-Aye, Councilman Lombardo-Aye,
Councilman Mitchell-Aye, Councilman Schadewald-ABSENT, Councilman Tucker-Aye.
Consent Agenda Adopted.


RESOLUTIONS DELETED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA:

NONE.


NEW BUSINESS:
Any new business the Mayor and Council may have:

Councilman DeFilippo stated he will be forwarding a model ordinance concerning “Pay
to Play” to the Mayor and Council members to review and consider adopting.




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PAYMENT OF CLAIMS

A motion by Council President Villaggio to introduce the following resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED that the following claims as approved be and the same are hereby
ordered paid when properly signed and verified; and the payment of payrolls as listed is
hereby confirmed and ratified.

August 22, 2006
Trust Acct: $206.25                      Capital Acct: $46,690.00
Current Acct: $283,958.57

September 12, 2006
Dog Tax Acct: $233.80                    Trust Acct: $200.00
Capital Acct: $43,068.09                 Current Acct: $626,703.52

Motion duly seconded by Councilman Lombardo, whereupon Mayor McCarthy directed
Roll Call, Council President Villaggio-Aye, Councilman DeFilippo-Aye, Councilman
Lombardo-Aye, Councilman Mitchell-Aye, Councilman Schadewald-ABSENT,
Councilman Tucker-Aye. All Ayes.


ADJOURNMENT

Mayor McCarthy announced the Regular Meeting of the Mayor and Council will be held
on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2006, in Council Chambers at 7:15 p.m. Workshop
Session to start at 7:00 p.m.

At 8:28 p.m., a motion to adjourn was made by Council President Villaggio, seconded by
Councilman Lombardo. All Ayes.




                                         CHRISTINA M. ARIEMMA, Municipal Clerk
                                         Borough of Garwood




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