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									                                                                                        Bloomfield, New Jersey 07003
                                                                                                       June 19, 2006

              Twelfth Regular Meeting of the Township Council.
              The meeting commenced at 7:36 PM.
              Mayor McCarthy opened the meeting with the following brief statement.
              "Notice of time, date, location and agenda of this meeting, to the extent then known was provided
at least forty eight (48) hours prior to the commencement of this meeting in the following manner
pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 231 of the Law of l975 (The Open Public Meetings Act).
              1.            By posting such notice on the bulletin board in the Municipal Building, and
              2.             By mailing such notice to the offices of the Independent Press, Bloomfield
                             Life, The Star Ledger, and The Herald News.
              At this time, Mayor McCarthy led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance.
              Roll call showed Councilmembers present: Janice Maly, Ray Tamborini, Patricia Ritchings,
Bernard Hamilton, Patricia Spychala, Peggy O’Boyle Dunigan, and Mayor Raymond J. McCarthy.
              In attendance at the commencement of the meeting were the following: Louise M. Palagano,
Municipal Clerk/Township Administrator, Paul Lasek, Township Engineer and Vincent Pirone,
Township Attorney.
              At this time, Mayor McCarthy stated that there are two presentations this evening, but before
that, he would like to move to Resolution 9(1) Appointment: Anthony Monticello, Sergeant, Police
Department.
              Councilwoman Spychala moved and Councilwoman Dunigan seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
                                                                     RESOLUTION
                                                               APPOINTMENT - SERGEANT

              WHEREAS, the Department of Civil Service of the State of New Jersey has promulgated a
list of eligible candidates, who have qualified for appointment to the position of Sergeant in the
Bloomfield Police Department of the Township of Bloomfield; and
              WHEREAS, a vacancy presently exists in said position; and
                                                           Anthony Monticello
                                                           East Hanover, NJ 07936

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of
Bloomfield, New Jersey that Anthony Monticello is hereby appointed Sergeant in the Police
Department of the Township of Bloomfield effective June 19, 2006, at an annual salary in effect in the
salary ordinance.
              Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
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        At this time, Mayor McCarthy called Anthony Monticello, along with his family, up to the
podium to be sworn-in.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy swore-in Anthony Monticello as Sergeant in the Bloomfield
Police Department.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy commented that it is always a pleasure to have Bloomfield’s
finest, such as Anthony Monticello, who does a great job with the D.A.R.E. Program and does a lot of
work at the high school, congratulations.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy stated that we are now going to move to a Project Presentation by
a couple of Eagle Scouts, the first one is a “Project At The Shelter”, which is going to be presented by
Edward C. Lee. Mayor McCarthy called Mr. Lee up to the podium to give his presentation.
        At this time, Mr. Lee introduced himself, and informed the Mayor and Council that he is a Boy
Scout with Troop 13 in Montclair, but has been a resident of Glen Ridge for approximately twelve
years. He stated that he did his project down at the animal shelter because the shelter not only serves the
Townships of Bloomfield, Glen Ridge, and Nutley, but he, himself has gotten three dogs there, and all
three dogs have been wonderful, so he wanted to give something back. He stated that he did
landscaping along the fence that overlooks the Garden State Parkway for the shelter. He stated that he
also did work on another two sections, one of which was a dog run that needed bushes, so he put in
some butterfly bushes, and he also put bushes along a parcel of land that leads down to a field. He
stated that with all of the bushes in place, he is hoping it will beautify the area and make a more
conducive adopting environment so people will come into the animal shelter and adopt, thank you.
        Mayor McCarthy stated that is a task and the Township of Bloomfield appreciates it. He stated
that there are a lot of volunteers that help out at the animal shelter, so being a person who has also
rescued some dogs, it is nice to see somebody else take an interest, thank you.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy stated that the other presentation will be given for the “Street
Program Project” by Eagle Scout Sean Wilkinson. He then called Mr. Wilkinson up to the podium to
make his presentation.
        At this time, Mr. Wilkinson thanked the Mayor and Council for allowing him to present this
project. He stated that his project was an inventory of street signs that might need attention from the
Bloomfield Traffic Division. He stated that his project was fairly simple; he took pins, representing
signs, put numbers on them, and he put them at the locations they would be located at. He then stated
that he has a chart that has each number in, and where applicable, he also has pictures numbered, so you
could actually see the actual sign. He stated that one of them has already, actually been corrected by the



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Traffic Department and he would like to thank them for immediately correcting it. He stated that he
hopes that his project could provide some useful information for the Town.
           Mayor McCarthy stated that he has provided quite a bit of information that is terrific. He then
asked Mr. Wilkinson to give this information to Ms. Palagano, and he is sure she will put this
information to good use as the Township Administrator.
           Mayor McCarthy then stated to Mr. Lee and to Mr. Wilkinson that the Mayor and Council
greatly appreciate the time and hard work that was put into these projects. He stated that no one would
believe how many times we, as Council members get people, who talk about what needs to be done in
Bloomfield with the signs, and the shelter, and for the Mayor and Council to have volunteers, who go
ahead and do this is a great thing. He stated that it makes the Mayor and Council’s jobs easier, so, once
again, thank you very much.
           At this time, Councilman Hamilton stated that he thinks it would be appropriate to extend a
motion to commend and confirm the work done by Edward C. Lee and Sean Wilkinson by making a
motion that will commend their project to the Township, so it will be a part of our minutes.
           At this time, Mayor McCarthy announced that a motion has been made by Councilman
Hamilton to commend Edward C. Lee and Sean Wilkinson, which was seconded by Councilwoman
Spychala and carried.
           Councilman Tamborini moved the approval of previous minutes of the Regular Meeting,
June 5, 2006, which was seconded by Councilwoman Ritchings and carried.
           Councilwoman Spychala moved the Appointment of Councilman Bernard Hamilton to the
Joint Meeting-Second River Commission, which was seconded by Councilwoman Dunigan and
carried.
           At this time, Mayor McCarthy thanked Councilman Hamilton for accepting the appointment,
and thanked Councilwoman Spychala for time that she spent on the Joint Meeting-Second River
Commission, because he knows it was a difficult job being on this Commission.
           Ms. Palagano stated that no written communications were received.
           At this time, Mayor McCarthy opened the oral portion of the meeting to the public.
           Nick Joanow, 226 Lakewood Drive, stated that as he has always been two steps ahead of the
game, and he thinks this will complement what he and Mayor McCarthy have discussed before
regarding the water crisis that we are having. He then distributed copies of an article “Water Supply,
Quality Crucial Issues for N.J.” he read in the December 31, 2005 Asbury Park Press newspaper. He
stated that the water crisis is not only in New Jersey, but it is throughout the country. He stated that



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he believes Bloomfield is in the position where we are being squeezed for the price of water, and this
dilemma will not lessen as we enter into the future, and as this oil crisis is a national crisis, the water
crisis will be one that Bloomfield will specifically feel. He stated that he thinks he has given the


Mayor and Council some ammunition to give serious thought to move forward in creating the
independence that we need, so that we are not caught in the stranglehold. He stated that when you
think about the State of New Jersey in relation to other parts of the country and other parts of the
world, at an approximate density of 9,000 per square mile, we will have greater density than India, and
when we think about other places in Japan, so we are losing land very quickly by development, and
what we are covering with is simply reducing the amount of the aquifers that are drying, because our
reservoirs have been where they are for many years, and the cost of land is prohibitive to increase, or
allow for additional reservoirs. He then asked the Mayor and Council to please review this article
because it discusses creative ways of moving water from one part of the state to another, because this
is a crisis that we are going to have to face. He stated that he is sharing this information with the
Council, so that we could begin to discuss this matter in a proactive way, rather than having to be
reactive because the cost keeps going higher, thank you.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy stated that as you could see on the agenda Resolution 9(8)
Continuation of Engineering Services Obtaining Water Supply From NJDWSC Hatch Mott
McDonald, this is an idea of ours to continue to monitor the water supply, thank you.
        Peter Caplan, Attorney at Law, Verona, NJ, stated that he is the attorney for Michael Smith,
who is the liquor license holder of City Limits, and he is also the attorney for T.A.R.R., Inc., which is
a corporation that is owned by Mr. Smith. He stated that they have recently submitted applications for
renewal, commencing July 2006. He stated that the applications were submitted, and he has spoken to
Christine V. Renga, Deputy Clerk and is supposed to meet with her this evening to get the corporate
seal, and all paperwork has been done on a timely basis. He stated that he is here this evening because
he, and Mr. Smith, have had issues in the past with both the Township and appeals. He stated that he
notes that this meeting began by swearing allegiance to the flag, and the Constitution, but the form that
he is more familiar with is the court of law, where we have the opportunity to be heard, ample notice,
written notice, ability to present their evidence, cross examine, receive documents in advance, etc. He
stated that to date all he has received are two police reports, one with regards to a homicide that
occurred a couple of months ago near the OOPS! Bar, and the other is a report regarding a stabbing
after two girls left the OOPS! Bar. He stated that if something happens outside of the bar, you cannot
hold Mr. Smith accountable, and a court of law will not uphold that. He stated that as far as the

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homicide that occurred, he understands it was a tragic incident, it hurts the Township and he knows
the Mayor and Council are concerned, and it has devastated Mr. Smith’s business, but we do not know
if the person who was murdered was even in OOPS! He stated that we do not even know at all, if it is
related to OOPS! He stated that he has not received anything about any reports being made regarding
City Limits. He stated that even though Michael Smith is essentially the owner of both, Mr. Pirone
will tell the Mayor and Council, that you cannot hold one liquor license against the other. He stated
that the Mayor and Council have a duty to uphold the law, and to rely upon their attorney. He stated
that he has not received anything that would any way substantiate a denial of the renewal of the liquor
license for City Limits. He stated that he hopes the Mayor and Council take their jobs very seriously,
as he is sure they do, and contemplates this. He understands that it may be politically expedient to
blame the homicide, and he understands that because there are not a lot of homicides in Bloomfield…,
but you have to fair, and there has to be some kind of basis for it. He stated that he hopes the Mayor
and Council will not only pledge allegiance to the flag, but actually uphold that, thank you.
        Councilwoman Ritchings moved to close the Oral Portion of the meeting, which was
seconded by Councilman Hamilton and carried.
        Councilwoman Dunigan moved to open the 2006 Budget Hearing, which was seconded by
Councilwoman Maly and carried.
        At this time, Ms. Palagano stated that she would like to note for the Mayor and Council’s
benefit that they have a script in front of them indicating the proper procedure for the Budget
Amendment Hearing, and the end of the script, is for the adoption of the 2006 Municipal Budget. She
stated that this second section will come later on, when we get to page 2 of the agenda, under 8(6).
        At this time, Ms. Palagano stated that this is the time for Public Hearing on the Municipal
Budget Amendment for 2006. She stated that the amendment was advertised as required on June 15,
2006, together with notice of Hearing for this time. Ms. Palagano stated that printed copies have been
made available to the public, and a supply is also available for anyone wishing a copy. She stated that
the Council members have copies of the amendment at their desks this evening, also.
        Mayor McCarthy stated that anyone who has not secured a copy of the Budget may now do so.
        Mayor McCarthy stated that before opening the Hearing, he would like to outline the
procedures. He stated that anyone wishing to be heard regarding the Budget should come up to the
podium and give his/her name, before speaking, and address all questions to the chair, and when
necessary, they will be referred to each of the members of the Governing Body, and/or Municipal
Officials. He stated that he will recognize one speaker at a time, and he asks that each speaker speak
specifically about the Municipal Budget. He stated that School and County matters are not subject

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matters of this Hearing, and cannot be discussed. Mayor McCarthy then declared open the Public
Hearing for the Municipal Budget Amendment for 2006, and asked if there was anyone wishing to be
heard.
         There were no public comments made, at this time.
         Mayor McCarthy then stated that seeing there are no speakers, he entertained a motion to close
the 2006 Budget Amendment Hearing.
         Councilwoman Dunigan moved to close the Public Hearing on 2006 Municipal Budget
Amendment, which was seconded by Councilwoman Maly. Roll call vote showed the following:
(Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings, Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and
McCarthy voting "aye".
         Councilwoman Dunigan submitted the following ordinance on first reading:
         AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT AN ORDINANCE
         ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING TITLES FOR
         EMPLOYEES, FIXING SALARY RANGES THEREFOR,
         FIXING THEIR DUTIES AND QUALIFICATIONS AND FIXING
         SALARIES, ADOPTED JULY 21, 1941," AS HERETOFORE
         AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED (Part-Time Plumbing Sub-Code Official)

    BE IT ORDAINED by the Township Council of the Township of Bloomfield, New Jersey:
    SECTION 1. Section 2 of an ordinance entitled "An Ordinance Adopting Titles for Employees,
Fixing Salary Ranges therefore, Fixing Their Duties and Qualification and amended and
supplemented, is hereby further amended and supplemented so that the same shall read as follows:
    The following positions are hereby created and established in the Civil Service of the Township
    of Bloomfield and opposite each title and position there is established the salary range for such
    position.

                                                             Hourly Range
     POSITION TITLE                                        Effective 01/01/06

     Part Time – Plumbing Sub-Code Official                 $23,733 Annually

         SECTION 2. All employees hired after January 1, 1977 shall have a salary range of seven
steps, except those positions indicated.
         SECTION 3. Those employees whose salaries are fixed and determined by this ordinance,
terminating their services with the Township, shall be paid one-twelfth (1/12) of their annual salary for
each complete month employed by the Township. Such employees working apart of a month shall be
paid for the actual days worked in the final month of employment to be calculated at the rate of one-




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tenth (1/10) of the bi-weekly salary multiplied by the actual number of days worked in the final month
of employment.
       SECTION 4. All ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.
       SECTION 5. This ordinance shall take effect according to law.




       On motion of Councilwoman Dunigan seconded by Councilwoman Maly same was passed on
first reading: Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
       Mayor McCarthy then stated that Ordinance 8(1) Amend Bloomfield Center Redevelopment
Plan; Zoning Map and Zoning Ordinance is still awaiting Planning Board recommendation, so we will
move on.
       The Municipal Clerk read the following ordinance by title:
       AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF
       THE TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD BY ADDING
       SECTION 206-7, “RECYCLING COMMITTEE”
       Mayor McCarthy asked if there were any objections to the ordinance just read by the
Municipal Clerk.
       Susan Hebert, 33 Benson Street, stated that she has not been here in a while, and is really not
sure what is going on, so she would like a little more information regarding the establishment of a
Recycling Committee. She then stated that she was unaware that the Town has established a
Recycling Committee.
       Mayor McCarthy said, yes, it is an establishment of the Recycling Committee.
       Ms. Ebert then asked if the appointments are made by the Council.
       Mayor McCarthy stated that the appointments are made by the Mayor and Council.
       Ms. Ebert then asked how many people are on the Committee.
       Mayor McCarthy stated that there are five members on the Committee.
       Ms. Ebert said, thank you.
       There were no citizens present who objected to the ordinance being passed.
       Councilman Hamilton moved the ordinance just read by the Municipal Clerk be adopted on
final reading, which motion was seconded by Councilwoman Spychala. Roll call vote showed the
following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini (Ms.) Ritchings, Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.)
Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
       The Municipal Clerk read the following ordinance by title:

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       AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 184 OUTDOOR SIDEWALK
       CAFES, PART II, ENTITLED “GENERAL LEGISLATION” AS HERETOFOR
       AMENDED AND ADOPTED

       Mayor McCarthy asked if there were any objections to the ordinance just read by the
Municipal Clerk. There were no citizens present who objected to the ordinance being passed.




       Councilwoman Ritchings moved the ordinance just read by the Municipal Clerk be adopted
on final reading, which motion was seconded by Councilman Hamilton. Roll call vote showed the
following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini (Ms.) Ritchings, Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.)
Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
       The Municipal Clerk read the following ordinance by title:
       AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 184 OUTDOOR SIDEWALK
       CAFES, PART II, ENTITLED “GENERAL LEGISLATION” AS HERETOFOR
       AMENDED AND ADOPTED

       Mayor McCarthy asked if there were any objections to the ordinance just read by the
Municipal Clerk. There were no citizens present who objected to the ordinance being passed.
       Councilman Tamborini moved the ordinance just read by the Municipal Clerk be adopted on
final reading, which motion was seconded by Councilwoman Ritchings. Roll call vote showed the
following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini (Ms.) Ritchings, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and
McCarthy voting "aye". Hamilton abstained.
       The Municipal Clerk read the following ordinance by title:
       AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT AN ORDINANCE
       ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING TITLES FOR
       EMPLOYEES, FIXING SALARY RANGES THEREFOR,
       FIXING THEIR DUTIES AND QUALIFICATIONS AND FIXING
       SALARIES, ADOPTED JULY 21, 1941," AS HERETOFORE
       AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED (Part Time- Animal Control Officer)

       Mayor McCarthy asked if there were any objections to the ordinance just read by the
Municipal Clerk. There were no citizens present who objected to the ordinance being passed.
       Councilwoman Dunigan moved the ordinance just read by the Municipal Clerk be adopted on
final reading, which motion was seconded by Councilwoman Maly. Roll call vote showed the
following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini (Ms.) Ritchings, Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.)
Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".



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        Councilman Hamilton moved and Councilwoman Spychala seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
                   RESOLUTION – SCHOOL TRAFFIC GUARDS
        BE IT RESOLVED that the following individuals have complied with all of the
requirements for the position of School Traffic Guards, in the Township of Bloomfield, in the County
of Essex, New Jersey:
           Nicholas N. Castellano                               June Currie
            Belleville, NJ 07109                            Bloomfield, NJ 07003


        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above individuals are hereby appointed to the
position of School Traffic Guards for the Township of Bloomfield, effective July 10, 2006.
        Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
        Councilwoman Spychala moved and Councilwoman Dunigan seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
                               RESOLUTION – CLERK TYPIST
                              DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

        BE IT RESOLVED that the following individual has complied with all of the requirements
for the position of Clerk Typist for the Township of Bloomfield Department of Public Works, in the
County of Essex, New Jersey:
                                            Patricia Clark
                                           Union, NJ 07083
        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above individual is hereby appointed to the
position of Clerk Typist for the Department of Public works, starting at step 1, effective June 20,
2006.
        Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
        Councilman Tamborini moved and Councilwoman Ritchings seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
                                     RESOLUTION - APPOINTMENT
        BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Bloomfield, New Jersey,
that pursuant to and in accordance with Article VI, Chapter 5-40 et seq., of the Code of the Township
of Bloomfield, adopted November 2, 1987 as amended, the following appointments are hereby made
to the Department of Law of the Township of Bloomfield, New Jersey, commencing July 13, 2006,

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for a term of two (2) years at the respective annual salaries for such positions provided in the general
salary ordinance of the Township of Bloomfield:
NAME                                                     POSITION
Vincent A. Pirone, Esq.                                  Director of Law
                                                         Township Attorney (PT)

         Roll call vote showed the following: Messrs. (Ms.) Maly, (Ms.) Ritchings, (Mr.) Hamilton,
and (Ms.) Spychala voting, “nay”. (Mr.) Tamborini, (Ms.) Dunigan, and (Mr.) McCarthy voting
"aye".
         Councilwoman Ritchings moved and Councilman Hamilton seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
                                RESOLUTION - APPOINTMENT
         BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Bloomfield, New Jersey,
that pursuant to and in accordance with Article VI, Chapter 5-40 et seq., of the Code of the Township
of Bloomfield, adopted November 2, 1987 as amended, the following appointments are hereby made
to the Department of Law of the Township of Bloomfield, New Jersey, commencing July 13, 2006,
for a term of two (2) years at the respective annual salaries for such positions provided in the general
salary ordinance of the Township of Bloomfield:
NAME                                                     POSITION
Steven J. Martino, Esq.                                  First Assistant Director of Law
                                                         Assistant Township Attorney (PT)

         Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
         At this time, Councilman Hamilton asked Ms. Palagano to read the 2006 Municipal
Budget Adoption Resolution.
                                       RESOLUTION
                                TO ADOPT MUNICIPAL BUDGET
         BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Bloomfield, County of
Essex that the budget hereinbefore set forth is hereby adopted and shall constitute an
appropriation for the purposes stated of the sums therein set forth as appropriations, and
authorization of the amount of $37,976,896.83 for municipal purposes, $208,672.88 for Open
Space Fund Levy and certification of the County Board of Taxation of the following summary of
general revenues and appropriations.
Recorded Vote)                                                         Abstained
  Ayes Maly                          Nayes Tamborini

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           Ritchings                           Hamilton                Absent
           Spychala
           Dunigan
           McCarthy

General Revenues
 Surplus Anticipated                                                               $2,300,000.00
 Miscellaneous Revenues Anticipated                                               $14,092,103.17
 Receipts from Delinquent Taxes                                                    $1,481,000.00

Amount to be Raised by Taxation for
 Municipal Purposes                                                               $37,976,896.83
TOTAL REVENUES                                                                    $55,850,000.00

General Appropriations:
 Within “CAPS”
 Operations Including Contingent                                                  $33,964,600.00

Deferred Charges and Statutory
 Expenditures – Municipal                                                          $1,167,316.19

Excluded from “CAPS”
 Total Operations
  Excluded from “CAPS”                                                            $14,928,021.59

Capital Improvements                                                                 $395,000.00

Municipal Debt Service                                                             $2,248,455.00

Reserve for Uncollected Taxes                                                      $3,146,607.22

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS                                                              $55,850,000.00

        It is hereby certified that the within budget is a true copy of the budget finally adopted by
resolution of the Governing Body on the 19th day of June, 2006. It is further certified that each item of
revenue and appropriation is set forth in the same amount and by the same title as appeared in the
2006 approved budget and all amendments thereto, if any which have been previously approved by
the Director of Local Government Service.
        Councilman Hamilton moved and Councilwoman Spychala seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
        Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, (Ms.) Ritchings, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.)
Dunigan, and (Mr.) McCarthy voting "aye". (Mr.) Tamborini and (Mr.) Hamilton voting “nay”.
        Councilwoman Dunigan moved and Councilwoman Maly seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:

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                                RESOLUTION – ESSEX AVENUE
        WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council of the Township of Bloomfield having studied and
investigated the traffic condition on Essex Avenue has determined that traffic calming measures are
warranted: and
        WHEREAS, Essex Avenue is a multi-jurisdictional street under the jurisdiction of the
Borough of Glen Ridge and the Township of Bloomfield; and
        WHEREAS, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 39-4 et seq., traffic improvements on multi-
jurisdictional streets require the approval of the Commissioner of Transportation; and
        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED this 19th day of June, 2006 that the Mayor and
Township Council of the Township of Bloomfield accept the request of the Borough of Glen-Ridge
to co-sponsor an application to the New Jersey Department of Transportation to install traffic calming
devices on Essex Avenue
        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the following:
MAYOR AND BOROUGH COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF GLEN RIDGE
        Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
        Councilman Tamborini moved and Councilwoman Ritchings seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
                         RESOLUTION – PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
                              HATCH MOTT MACDONALD

        WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the Mayor and Township Council of the Township of
Bloomfield, New Jersey, that it is necessary to engage a consultant for continued engineering services
for in connection with obtaining water supply from North Jersey District Water Supply Commission;
and
        WHEREAS, Hatch Mott MacDonald, 27 Bleeker Street, Milburn, New Jersey 07041-1008
has submitted a satisfactory proposal adaptable to the needs of the Township of Bloomfield, to furnish
such expert professional services as set forth in a certain written proposal heretofore submitted to the
Township of Bloomfield and attached hereto; and
        WHEREAS, Section 40A:11-5 of the Local Public Contracts Law exempts professional
service from public bidding; and
        WHEREAS, the cost for said professional services is for the lump sum fee of $27,000.00 and
the available funding is under Water Capital account # W-06-55-579-591.



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       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of
Bloomfield, New Jersey that said proposal of Hatch Mott MacDonald is hereby accepted and the
Township does hereby engage said firm to perform the professional services as more fully set forth in
said proposal to which reference is made above.
       Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
       Councilwoman Spychala moved and Councilwoman Dunigan seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:


       RESOLUTION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
       AUTHORIZING DISTRIBUTION OF GRANT MONIES RECEIVED
       PURSUANT TO THE HAZARDOUS DISCHARGE SITE
       REMEDIATION FUND TO THE PARKING AUTHORITY OF THE
       TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD

       WHEREAS, on July 1, 2004, the Township of Bloomfield (“Township”) entered into an
Inter-Local Services Agreement with the Parking Authority of the Township (the “Parking Authority”)
wherein the Township agreed to lease certain property located at Block 225, Lots 1 and 9 to the
Parking Authority; and
       WHEREAS, on February 6, 2006 the Township adopted a resolution authorizing the
Whitman Companies, Inc. (“Whitman”) to submit an application to the State of New Jersey
Department of Environmental Protection requesting grant funds from the Hazardous Discharge Site
Remediation Fund (the “HDSRF Grant”) intended to fund preliminary assessments, site
investigations, remedial investigation and/or remedial actions (the “Environmental Services”) on the
Property; and
       WHEREAS, on May 15, 2006, the Township adopted a resolution authorizing acceptance of
an HDSRF Grant on behalf of the Parking Authority; and
       WHEREAS, the Parking Authority desires Whitman to undertake the Environmental
Services at the Property, which will be paid for by the HDSRF Grant;
       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that:

       1.        The Township is hereby authorized to transfer the HDSRF Grant to the Parking
Authority for its use solely for the purpose of compensating Whitman for the Environmental Services;
      2.        A copy of this resolution shall be available for public inspection at the offices of the
Township.
      3.        This resolution shall take effect immediately.


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       Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
       Councilman Hamilton moved and Councilwoman Spychala seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
       RESOLUTION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD, IN THE COUNTY
       OF ESSEX, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, CONSENTING TO THE ISSUANCE OF
       CERTAIN “SUBORDINATE WANAQUE SOUTH PROJECT WATER SYSTEM
       BONDS, SERIES 2006” BY THE NORTH JERSEY DISTRICT WATER SUPPLY
       COMMISSION AND CERTAIN OTHER MATTERS RELATED THERETO



       WHEREAS, the North Jersey District Water Supply Commission (the “Commission”) is a
public body corporate and politic of the State of New Jersey (the “State”), organized and existing
under and by virtue of the laws of the State and, in particular, N.J.S.A. 58:5-1 et seq., as amended
and supplemented (the “Act”), for the purpose, among other things, of providing local government
water supplies;
       WHEREAS, the Township of Bloomfield (the “Local Unit”), a municipal corporation of
the State located in the County of Essex, and the Commission have previously entered into that
certain “Agreement” dated as of April 13, 1982, among the City of Bayonne, the Township of
Bloomfield, the Township of Cedar Grove, the Town of Kearny, the City of Newark, the Town of
Nutley and the Township of Wayne (including the Local Unit, each a “Contracting Local Unit” and
collectively, the “South Local Units”), as amended, and as the same may be further amended or
supplemented in accordance with its terms (collectively, the “South Service Contract”);
       WHEREAS, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Act, on August 22,
1986, the Commission adopted that certain resolution entitled, “General Bond Resolution of the
North Jersey District Water Supply Commission Securing One or More Series of Wanaque South
Project Revenue Bonds” (the “South General Bond Resolution”), as may be amended and
supplemented (the South General Bond Resolution and all supplemental resolutions thereto shall be
collectively referred to as the “South Bond Resolution”), authorizing, among other things, the
issuance of one or more series of Bonds, including any and all Additional Bonds, as such terms are
defined in the South Bond Resolution, by the Commission in order to finance and refinance the
Commission's share of the costs of the acquisition, construction and improvement of the Wanaque
South Project, as such term is defined in the South Bond Resolution; and
       WHEREAS, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Act, on July 16,
1999, the Commission adopted that certain resolution entitled “Resolution Providing for the

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Issuance of Subordinate Wanaque South Project Water System Bonds of the North Jersey District
Water Supply Commission and for the Rights of the Holders Thereof, and Authorizing $1,075,000
Principal Amount Thereof” (the “South Subordinate General Bond Resolution”) as amended and
supplemented (the South Subordinate General Bond Resolution and all supplemental resolutions
thereto, including without limitation, the Eight Supplemental Subordinate Resolution, as such term
is defined herein, shall be collectively referred to as the “South Subordinate Bond Resolution”)
authorizing, among other things, the issuance of one or more series of subordinate Bonds by the
Commission, including any and all Additional Bonds, as such term is defined in the South
Subordinate Bond Resolution and which such Bonds or Additional Bonds shall be issued on a


subordinate basis to any and all bonds issued pursuant to the South Bond Resolution, in order to
finance and refinance the Commission’s share of the costs of the acquisition, construction and
improvement of the Wanaque South Project; and
       WHEREAS, the South Service Contract sets forth the terms and conditions of the
relationship between the Local Unit, the other Contracting Local Units and the Commission in
connection with the Commission's Wanaque South Project; and
       WHEREAS, the Commission intends to undertake improvement, reconstruction and
renovation of existing water supply facilities of the Commission including the following with
respect to the Wanaque South Project: (i) 30% of the cost of installation of solar collectors on the
roof of an existing filter building to generate 10-15% of power needed by the Commission for its
water treatment activities (the “South Solar Panel Project”); (ii) 22.83% of the cost of fabrication
of six(6) aerators approximately 35 feet in height and 8 feet in diameter, including air piping and
appurtenances and the acquisition and installation of one variable speed, oil-free air compressor
with control operating instrumentations (the “South Pump Project”); (iii) 100% of the cost of
upgrades to the Wanaque South pumping station located in Wayne Township, including the
replacement of six (6) 2,000 horsepower pump motors and five (5) variable frequency drives to
replace slip power recovery drives (the “Wanaque South Pumping Station Project”); and (iv) the
costs of issuance of the herein defined Wanaque South 2006 Program Loan Bonds, which
collectively with the South Solar Panel Project, the South Pump Project and the South Pumping
Station Project shall comprise and be referred to as the “Wanaque South Environmental
Infrastructure Project”; and
       WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure
Trust Financing Program (the “Program”), established pursuant to N.J.S.A. 58:11B-1 et seq. (the

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“Trust Act”), funds may be available for the purpose of financing certain projects eligible for
inclusion in the Program (“Program Eligible Projects”); and
       WHEREAS, as a project that provides water quality improvements, most if not all of the
Wanaque South Environmental Infrastructure Project qualifies under the Program and the Trust Act
as a Program Eligible Project, subject to a final determination made by the New Jersey Environmental
Infrastructure Trust (the “Trust”) and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (the
“DEP”); and
       WHEREAS, the Commission desires to finance all, or a portion, of the costs of the
Wanaque South Environmental Infrastructure Project from (i) the proceeds of a loan (the “Wanaque
South 2006 Subordinate Trust Loan”) from the Trust to the Commission, such loan to be secured
by a Bond issued by the Commission to the Trust (the “Wanaque South Subordinate 2006 Trust
Loan


Bond”) pursuant to the South Subordinate Bond Resolution, (ii) the proceeds of a loan (the
“Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Fund Loan”, and together with the Wanaque South 2006
Subordinate Trust Loan, the “Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loans”) from the Fund to
the Commission, such loan to be secured by a Bond issued by the Commission to the Fund (the
“Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Fund Loan Bond”, and together with the Wanaque South 2006
Subordinate Trust Loan Bond, the “Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds”,
pursuant to the South Subordinate Bond Resolution in the maximum aggregate stated principal
amount not exceeding $2,935,000; and
       WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of the South Subordinate General Bond Resolution
the Commission has scheduled for adoption, at its regularly scheduled meeting of July 26, 2006, that
certain Supplemental Resolution No. 8 (the “Eighth Supplemental Subordinate Resolution”),
authorizing the issuance of the Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds; and
       WHEREAS, the Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds shall be issued on a
parity basis with all other Bonds of the Commission previously issued pursuant to the South
Subordinate Bond Resolution (which Bonds are subordinate to any and all bonds issued pursuant to
the South Bond Resolution) and shall be equally secured by the Trust Estate, as such term is defined in
the South Subordinate Bond Resolution, which includes, without limitation, certain payments made
by the South Local Units under and pursuant to the South Service Contract; and
       WHEREAS, in accordance with the South Service Contract, the Commission shall obtain
the consent, at a minimum, of two-thirds of the South Local Units, which such consent shall be

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evidenced by resolution, duly adopted by the governing body of the applicable South Local Unit,
prior to the Commission’s adoption of the Eighth Supplemental Subordinate Resolution and the
issuance of the Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds; and
       WHEREAS, as a condition precedent to the issuance of any and all of the Wanaque South
2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds and in accordance with all applicable law, including without
limitation N.J.S.A. 58:11B-9(a), the Commission shall submit an application (the “Local Finance
Board Application”) to the Local Finance Board in the Division of Local Government Services of the
State’s Department of Community Affairs (the “Local Finance Board”) for the Local Finance Board’s
approval of the issuance of the Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds; and
       WHEREAS, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Act, on May 16,
2006, the Commission caused to be filed with the Clerks of each Contracting Local Unit, including
the Local Unit, copies of the Eighth Supplemental Resolution and notice of a public comment to be
held by the Commission on July 26, 2006, regarding the issuance of the Wanaque South 2006
Subordinate Program Loan Bonds; and
       WHEREAS, the Commission believes: (i) it is in the public interest to accomplish such
purpose; (ii) said purpose is for the health, wealth, convenience or betterment of the inhabitants of
the South Local Units served by the Commission; (iii) the amounts to be expended for said purpose
are not unreasonable or exorbitant; and (iv) the proposal is an efficient and feasible means of
providing services for the needs of the inhabitants of the South Local Units served by the
Commission and will not create an undue financial burden to be placed upon the Commission
       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Local Unit as follows:
         Section 1.     In accordance with the provisions of the South Service Contract, the Local
Unit hereby consents to the issuance of the Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds.
The Local Unit is providing this consent because the Commission’s participation in the Program
provides the Commission with below market funding for the Wanaque South Environmental
Infrastructure Project. The Wanaque South Environmental Infrastructure Project is vital to the
Commission in achieving its purposes in the distribution of drinking water to the South Local Units
and in order to obtain energy efficiencies and cost savings.

        Section 2.     The Local Unit hereby authorizes the preparation and the distribution of
financial statements and demographic and other information concerning the Local Unit to be used
by (i) the Commission, the Trust or the State in connection with the Wanaque South 2006
Subordinate Program Loan Bonds, (ii) any rating agency (“Rating Agency”) providing a rating on
the Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds, or (iii) any bond insurer (“Bond
Insurer”) insuring the Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds. In furtherance of
such authorization, the Local Unit hereby directs the Mayor and Council of the Local Unit
(collectively, the “Authorized Officer”) to take such action as the Authorized Officer, after
consultation with counsel to the Township of Bloomfield, bond counsel to the Commission and
other professional advisors to the Commission (the “Consultants”), deems necessary, desirable or

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convenient in connection with the preparation and distribution of such information to the
Commission, the Trust, the State, Rating Agency or Bond Insurer.

        Section 3.      The Local Unit hereby authorizes the performance of any act and the
execution or acknowledgment and delivery of any document, instrument or closing certificate that
the Authorized Officer, after consultation with the Consultants, deems necessary, desirable or
convenient in connection with the Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds, and the
Local Unit hereby directs the Authorized Officer to execute or acknowledge, and to cause the Clerk
of the Local Unit (the “Clerk”) to attest and affix the seal, where required, upon, any such
document, instrument or closing certificate or to execute any certificate, the authorization of which
actions shall be conclusively evidenced by the execution or acknowledgment, attestation, affixation
and delivery, as the case may be, thereof by such persons. Such closing certificates shall include,
without limitation, (a) a determination that all legislative actions taken by the Local Unit in
connection with the Wanaque South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds, including without
limitation the authorization of the South Service Contract, as of the date of issuance of the Wanaque
South 2006 Subordinate Program Loan Bonds, have not been altered, amended, supplemented or
repealed and as such, are in full force and effect, and (b) any representations, warranties or
covenants required by the Commission, the Trust, the State, Bond Insurer and/or Rating Agency.

       Section 4.       This resolution shall take effect immediately.


        Section 5.     Upon the adoption hereof, the Clerk of the Local Unit shall forward certified
copies of this resolution to the Authorized Officer, to counsel to the Local Unit, to Michael
Restaino, Executive Director of the Commission and to Stephen B. Pearlman, Esq, of DeCotiis,
Fitzpatrick, Cole & Wisler, LLP, bond counsel to the Commission.

       Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
       Councilwoman Ritchings moved and Councilman Hamilton seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
                  RESOLUTION FOR STATE AID TO MUNICIPALITIES
                  UNDER THE NEW JERSEY TRANSPORTATION TRUST
                             FUND AUTHORITY ACT

       WHEREAS, the New Jersey Transportation Trust fund Authority Act has provided funds for
the improvement of municipal roads; and
       WHEREAS, application is hereby made to the Commissioners of Transportation for aid
under the Municipal Aid Program portion of the above Act for Traffic Signal Improvements at the
intersections of Glenwood Avenue and Maolis Avenue in the Township of Bloomfield, County of
Essex, State of New Jersey or such portion thereof as may be approved by the Commissioner of
Transportation; and




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        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and the Clerk of the Township
of Bloomfield are hereby authorized to execute and attest this resolution, application and agreement.
        Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
        Councilman Tamborini moved and Councilwoman Ritchings seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
        WHEREAS, sealed bids were received by the Purchasing Committee of the Township
/of Bloomfield for One (1) New and Unused Heavy Duty Arial Ladder Truck, on Wednesday,
May 31, 2006 in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, Bloomfield, New Jersey, at
10:00 A.M.; and
        WHEREAS, all bids received were referred to the Fire Chief; and
        WHEREAS, the Fire Chief after due consideration to each of the bids submitted,
recommends that the contract be awarded to the low bidder as follows:




BIDDER                                           AMOUNT

Campbell Supply Co. Inc.                         $97,581.95/yearly lease
180 Talmadge Road                                over seven (7) years.
PO Box 266
Edison, NJ 08818-0266

        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township
of Bloomfield, N.J. that the recommendation of the Fire Chief be approved and the contract be
awarded to the successful bidder as shown and as more fully set forth in the Township Engineer's
and Fire Chief’s recommendation to the Mayor and Council.
        Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings,
Hamilton, (Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye".
        Councilwoman Dunigan moved and Councilwoman Maly seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
             RESOLUTION – PLENARY RETAIL COMSUMPTION LICENSE
        BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Bloomfield that a Plenary
Retail Consumption License, expiring June 30, 2007, be issued to each of the following named
persons or corporations for the location set opposite their respective names:


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The Feedbag, Inc.
t/a The Feedbag
0702-33-004-004                              36 Broad Street

MBA Holding, LLC.
Senoritas Mexican Restaurant, LLC            285 Glenwood Avenue
0702-33-005-011

Jamden Associates, LLC
t/a HeartBreakers                            611 Bloomfield Avenue
0702-33-007-006

Camorrico, Inc.
t/a Toscana                                  1099 Broad Street
0702-33-008-006

*H & A Liquor Corp.
t/a Bloomfield Discount Liquors              304 Glenwood Avenue
0702-32-010-006

Newark-Bloomfield Lodge # 21
B.P.O.E.                                     296 Bloomfield Avenue
0702-33-014-002

Surf & Turf House, Inc.
t/a Bloomfield Steak & Seafood House
0702-33-015-005                              409 Franklin Street

Forest Hill Field Club, Inc.
t/a Forest Hill Field Club
0702-33-019-001                              9 Belleville Avenue

Moon Palace, Inc.
t/a Frederick’s Inn                          556-558 Arlington Avenue
0702-33-020-005

DEP Lounge, Inc.
0702-33-025-006                              21 Belleville Avenue

Joseph Poniatowski Beneficial
Association, Inc.
t/a Essex Manor                              41 Broughton Avenue
0702-33-029-001

Vromes, Inc.
t/a Clancy’s Pub/Broughton Liquors
0702-32-031-004                              140-144 Broughton Avenue




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C.G. Jr., Inc.
t/a Angelo’s Pizzeria
0702-33-035-006                            303 Broad Street

Tooke LLC
0702-33-036-010                            418 Broad Street

Elphat, LLC
t/a Bella Napoli Restaurant                1640 Broad Street
0702-32-037-012

3 On the Rocks, Inc
t/a On the Rocks                           201-203 Bloomfield Avenue
0702-33-038-004.

Banc & Jack Pero, Inc.
t/a Titillations                           6-12 Willow Street
0702-33-039-008

Hal-Ken, Inc.
t/a Obal’s Inn                             439 Broad Street
0702-33-041-003

DiSerio, Inc
t/a Casa Turano                            453 Broad Street
0702-33-046-007

Chirripo Bienes Raices, Inc
t/a Mi pueblo Bar & Restaurant             24 Broad Street
0702-33-050-013

Townhouse Café, Inc.
t/a Townhouse Café                         338 Broad Street
0702-33-051-003

*Sobral’s & Core, Inc.
t/a Core’s Tavern, Wines & Liquors         45-47 Franklin Street
0702-32-052-002

Town Pub, Inc.
t/a Town Pub                               378 Broad Street
0702-33-058-007

Villa Italiano, Inc.
t/a The Seven Hills Restaurant             88 Washington Street
0702-33-059-002

Ortiz & Kaufman, LLC
t/a Scores Sports Café                     140-144 Bloomfield Avenue
0702-33-0061-007
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        * This license permits sale of Alcoholic Beverages in original containers for consumption off
the licensed premises from portions of the licensed premises other than the public barroom, pursuant
to P.L. 1948, Ch. 98 and State Regulation No. 32.
        At this time, Councilman Tamborini stated that in light of Mr. Caplan’s comments this
evening that the applications for OOPS!, and City Limits are now in, however, he would like to
request that Councilwoman Dunigan possibly amend her motion to exclude OOPS! and City Limits,
at this point.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy asked Councilwoman Dunigan to amend her motion to exclude
OOPS! and City Limits, at this time.
        Councilwoman Dunigan yes, she amends the resolution to exclude OOPS! and City Limits.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy asked Councilwoman Maly to amend her second to the motion
to exclude OOPS ! and City Limits.
        Councilwoman Maly said, yes, she amends her second to the motion to exclude OOPS! and
City Limits.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy asked for someone to second the motion that was made by
Councilman Tamborini.
        Councilwoman Ritchings seconded the motion that was made by Councilman Tamborini.
        Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings, (Ms.)
Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye". Hamilton abstained.
        Councilwoman Ritchings moved and Councilwoman Spychala seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
                 RESOLUTION – PLENARY RETAIL DISTRIBUTION LICENSE

        BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Bloomfield that a Plenary
Retail Distribution License, expiring June 30, 2007, be issued to each of the following named persons
or corporations for the location set opposite their respective names:
Shiva International, Inc.                       129 Franklin Street
t/a Berkeley Liquor & Deli
0702-44-002-008

Forest Hill Liquors Corp.                       61 Belleville Avenue
0702-44-003-006

Hingalaj, Inc.                                  370 Broad Street
t/a Cordes Wine & Liquor
0702-44-009-006

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Maahadev, Inc.                                1057 Broad Street
t/a Brookdale Wine & Liquor
Buy-Rite Liquors
0702-44-021-003

KNA Trading, Inc.                             43-45 Broad Street
0702-44-022-003

Yogi Grocer, Inc.
0702-44-033-004                               1263-1267 Broad Street

Skillman Enterprises, Inc.
t/a Plaza Wine & Liquors
0702-44-053-004                               123 Bloomfield Avenue

Joseph Swerdlow
0702-44-055-003                               101 Montgomery Street

Mohman One, Inc.
t/a Discount Liquors
0702-44-057-009                               24-30 First Avenue

Nipoon Inc.
t/a Land of Liquors
0702-44-060-007                               27 Carteret Street

       Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings, (Ms.)
Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye". Hamilton abstained.
       Councilwoman Spychala moved and Councilwoman Dunigan seconded the adoption of the
following resolution:
               RESOLUTION – LIMITED RETAIL DISTRIBUTION
       BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Bloomfield that a
Limited Retail Distribution License, expiring June 30, 2007 be issued to the following named
corporation for the location set opposite their respective name:


Brookdale Shop Rite, Inc.                              1409 Broad Street
t/a Brookdale Shop Rite
0702-43-006-002

Keishakunj, Inc                                        321 Broughton Avenue
t/a The Four Friends Deli
0702-43-047-008

       Roll call vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings, (Ms.)
Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan, and McCarthy voting "aye". Hamilton abstained.

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        Councilman Hamilton moved that the following be awarded a license for 2006:
RAFFLE LICENSE
Amer. Red Cross Metropolitan Chapter          (On-Premise Raffle-1 Date)
209 Fairfield Road
Fairfield, NJ 07004
LANDSCAPER’S LICENSES
Dave Martina                                  (Renewal-1 Vehicle)
140 Hepburn Road, Apt. 11-N
Clifton, NJ 07013
Anthony Duca                                  (Renewal-4 Vehicles)
Anthony Frank Landscaping
35 Chadwick Drive
Nutley, NJ 07110
Joseph Simeone                                (New-5 Vehicles)
Simeone & Sons Landscaping
437 Broad Street
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Robert Hauer                                  (New-2 Vehicles)
B&B Landscaping
18 Freeman Place
Nutley, NJ 07110


MUSIC MACHINE LICENSE
Mi Pueblo Bar & Restaurant                    (New)
24 Broad Street
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
AUTOMATIC AMUSEMENT DEVICE LICENSE
Mi Pueblo Bar & Restaurant                    (New- 1 Machine)
Il Chirripo /Bienes Raices, Inc.
24 Broad Street
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
OUTDOOR/SIDEWALK CAFÉ LICENSE
Round Trip Fare Restaurant
116 Broughton Avenue
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
which motion was seconded by Councilwoman Spychala and carried.
        Paul Lasek, Township Engineer, stated that on behalf of the Engineering Department, he is
requesting to re-advertise an Ad Authorization for Cable Television Station Technician.




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        Councilman Tamborini moved that the Municipal Clerk be authorized to re-advertise for
Cable Television Station Technician, which motion was seconded by Councilwoman Maly. Roll call
vote showed the following: (Ms.) Maly, Messrs. Tamborini, (Ms.) Ritchings, Hamilton,
(Ms.) Spychala, (Ms.) Dunigan and McCarthy voting "aye".
        At this time, Councilwoman Dunigan stated that she thinks tonight is the last meeting that
Jack Hingle will be attending since he will be moving out of town on July 1, 2006, so she wants to
thank him for all of the meetings that he has attended.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy thanked Mr. Hingle for his attendance, and wished him good
luck wherever he is going.
        At this time, Mayor McCarthy asked for a motion to adjourn the meeting until next week to
carry this agenda, as we failed to appoint a Township Attorney. He stated that he thinks the Council
needs to discuss the matter at next week’s Conference Meeting.
        Councilwoman Ritchings stated that Mr. Pirone’s appointment expires on July 12, 2006.
        Mayor McCarthy stated that this was the one thing that was discussed in the last Conference
Meeting. He stated that the timing of this was imperative for tonight.
        There being no further business on motion of Councilwoman Ritchings, seconded by
Councilman Hamilton, the meeting adjourned at 8:24 PM.
                                                           ______________________________
                                                           Louise M. Palagano
                                                           Municipal Clerk




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