HAINESPORT TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE MINUTES JANUARY 27, 2009 7:30 P.M. Notice of this meeting was advertised in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act. 1. CALL TO ORDER by Mayor MacLachlan at 7:30PM. 2. FLAG SALUTE 3. ROLL CALL – all present, Mayor MacLachlan, Deputy Mayor Boettcher, Committeeman Dickinson, Committeeman, Porto and Committeeman Byrne. Also present were Mr. Tuliano, Ms. Robertson and Mr. Costa. 4. MINUTES – Motion: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. Second: Committeeman Byrne. All yes. A. Reorganization Committee Minutes of January 6, 2009 B. Regular Committee Minutes of January 6, 2009 Motion: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. Committeeman Porto asked that the minutes amended to include the following comment regarding the recycling program: Committeeman Porto is in favor of the Recycle bank program and would like to review the cost figures. Second: Committeeman Porto. All yes. 5. REPORTS – Motion to approve all and to spread the Tax Collector’s report across the minutes: Committeeman Byrne. Second: Committeeman Dickinson. All yes. A. Tax Collector B. Code Enforcement C. Fire Official D. Construction 6. RESOLUTIONS A. Resolution 2009-41-1 – A Resolution to Authorize Renewal of an Inactive Liquor License in Hainesport Township – Mr. Tuliano explained the resolution is to approve Rancocas Lakeside, LLC for the current license term as approved by the Director of the ABC. Motion: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. Second: Committeeman Dickinson. All yes. B. Resolution 2009-42-1 – Resolution Authorizing Transfer of Funds during the Last Two Months of the Current Fiscal Year and First Three Months of the Subsequent Year – Motion: Committeeman Dickinson. Second: Committeeman Byrne. All yes. C. Resolution 2009-43-1 – Authorizing Release of Performance Bonds for Home Depot USA Inc. – Motion: Committeeman Byrne. Second: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. All yes. D. Resolution 2009-44-1 – Resolution Approving a performance Bond for Nolyan Real Estate LLC (Sonic Restaurant) – Motion: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. Second: Committeeman Dickinson. All yes. E. Resolution 2009-45-1 – Resolution to Award Contract for Postage Machine Rental – Pitney Bowes – Motion: Committeeman Byrne. Second: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. All yes. F. Resolution 2009-46-1 – Resolution Instituting a Gypsy Moth Control Program with the State of New Jersey Department of Agriculture and the Application for any Federal or State Funds available be Authorized – Committeeman Byrne asked for clarification that the sites to be sprayed are selected by the State. Mr. Tuliano confirmed. Motion: Committeeman Byrne. Second: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. All yes. 7. BUSINESS A. Approval of JLUB Minutes of December 3, 2008. – Motion: Second: All yes. B. Business Licenses Application Approval – Motion: Committeeman Byrne. Second: Committeeman Dickinson. All yes. 2009-001 – Sta-Seal 2009-002 – A-Z Auto Services Group 2009-004 – Gourmet Pizza II 2009-005 – RJ Pascone Plumbing, Inc. 2009-006 – D & H Enterprises, Inc. 2009-007 – Pressler Insurance & Financial Services, LLC 2009-008 – JGK, LLC dba SIGN-A-RAMA 2009-009 – AzizA’s Restaurant 2009-010 – Pond Recovery Services, Inc. 2009-011 – Hainesport Chiropractic, PA 2009- 012 – Expertise Builders 2009-013 – Athletic Promotional Events, Inc. 2009-014 – Haddon Fence Company 2009-015 – Dunleavy’s Restaurant 2009-016 – Wilbur Conley 2009-017 – Richard Greeby Home Remodeling 2009-018 – Shear Perfection 2009-019 – BevTek, Inc. 2009-020 – Teddy’s Hallmark 2009-021 – CEMCO Custom Environmental Management Co., Inc. 2009-022 – Robert T. Winzinger, Inc. 2009-023 – US Supply Company, Inc. 2009-024 – Environmental Field Service 2009-025 – A.T.C. Consultants 2009-027 – Sunsational Tans 2009-028 – Landmark Property Mgment, Inc. (Drenk Behavioral Health Ctr) 2009-029 – Robert R. Brooks Supply, Inc. 2009-030 – Independent Metal Sales, Inc. 2009-031 – Tranquility Salon and SPA 2009-032 – Total Logistics 2009-033 – Bear Tire and Auto Center 2009-034 – Global Transportation & Travel 2009-035 – BCB Global, LLC 2009-036 – WaWa Food Market # 347 2009-037 – Christopher T. Taylor DC BC 2009-038 – Brothers’s Electrical Contractors of NJ 2009-039 – Larchmont Imaging Associates, LLC 2009-040 – CryoVation, LLC 2009-041 – China Express 2009-042 – W. E. Smith, Inc. 2009-043 – Rancocas Woods Auto Care 2009-044 – Hainesport Enterprises, Inc. dba Hainesport Auto & Truck Repair 2009-045 – Burlington County Hand Surgical Associates, PA 2009-046 – QL Enterprises, LLC 2009-047 – The Paper Store Enterprises, Inc. 2009-048 – Evergreen Lawn Service 2009-049 – Curves for Women 2009-050 – Wood Design & Development 2009-051 – D-J Excavating, Inc. 2009-052 – Faraghan Medical Camera System 2009-053 – Russlyn Mobile Home Park 2009-054 – Goss LP Gas Service, Inc. 2009-055 – Stevenson Electric, Inc. 2009-056 – Key Engineering Solutions, LLC 2009-057 – 1st Choice Mortgage 2009-058 – Protec Documentation Services, Inc. 2009-059 – EsteJan, LLC dba Roberts Fine Cars 2009-060 – H.F.S. Logistics, LLC (Healthcare Fulfillment Service, Inc.) 2009-061 – Marbre Entreprises,LLC dba Molly Maid of NW Burlington 2009-062 – Live Oak, LLC 2009-063 – PRN Medical Transport 2009-064 – GEM Home Maintenance 2009-065 – Saladworks 2009-066 – Burlington Pipe, Inc. 2009-067 – Bee Nails & SPA, LLC 2009-068 – Bali Poolpros, Inc. 2009-069 – International Trading, LLC 2009-070 – Pemberton electrical Supply Co., LLC 2009-071 – Marne Veterinary Clinic 2009-072 – Lee Therapy 2009-073 – Creek’s Edge Animal Hospital 2009-074 – L/B Water Service, Inc. 2009-075 – Powder Technologies, Inc. 2009-076 – GSAC Corp. T/A Auto Parts Connection 2009-077 – Perry Videx, LLC 2009-078 – Marc Wasserman PC, CPA 2009-079 – Ted Liquor’s Inc. 2009-080 – Americycle, Inc. 2009-081 – Little Angels Child Care d/b/a Fox Learning Center 2009-082 – Lumberton Customs Cleaners 2009-083 – Hainesport Supply Company 2009-084 – W & W Medical Transport 2009-085 – Mobile Food Systems T/A Express Foods 2009-086 – Gerdelmann & Son Welding LLC 2009-087 – David Arlen Jewelers 2009-088 – Oakdale S.S. 2009-089 – W. L. Rife, Inc. 2009-091 – CPM Builders, LLC 2009-092 – Robert P. Weishoff, Attorney 2009-093 – R. L. Trucking Co. 2009-094 – Dorothy’s Healing Center 2009-095 – B & L Industries Services, Inc. 2009-096 – MGG Enterprises 2009-097 – Visiting Nurse & Hospice Service 2009-098 – Frinton Laboratories 2009-099 – Browse Around Shop, Inc. 2009-100 – Verizon 2009-101 – Rehab Excellence Center – Mount Laurel 2009-102 – Wolfington Body Co., Inc. 2009-103 – Atlantic Wood Industries, Inc. 2009-104 – Classic Cars Nissan 2009-105 – Mt. Holly Auto Parts Whse/Eastern Whse Distributors, Inc. C. Mobile Home License – Motion: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. Second: Committeeman Dickinson. All yes. 2009-001- Russlyn Mobile Home Park 2009-002 – Goss Mobile Home Park D. Junk Yard License – Motion: Committeeman Byrne. Second: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. All yes. 2009-001 – AmeriCycle, Inc. E. Video/Pinball and Coin License – Motion: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. Second: Committeeman Porto. All yes. 2009-001 – Dunleavy’s Restaurant (Bill’s Vending Service) 8. CORRESPONDENCE – Motion to receive and file: Committeeman Byrne. Second: Committeeman Porto who noted the regretful resignation of the Tax Assessor. Mr. Tuliano explained that the tax assessor is employed full time with another agency. That agency asked that he terminate his affiliation with other agencies. Mr. Tuliano also reported on changes to be made to the State Police Substation. Mayor MacLachlan asked for a voice vote on the State Police project. All yes. A. Recycling Container Request – The Glen at Mason’s Creek B. N.J. DEP Monthly Report - HIRR C. Ace of Spays, LLC – Meeting with Committee D. Letter of Resignation – Tax Assessor E. Letter from New Jersey State Police – Remodeling Police Substation 9. COMMENTS FROM THE ADMINISTRATOR – Status of Municipal Court Mr. Tuliano presented the Committee with a draft of the interlocal services agreement for Court Services with Westampton Township. The Committee was asked to review the draft before the next meeting. A resolution will be prepared for the next meeting to adopt the agreement. Mr. Tuliano asked the Committee to select a date for the annual Saturday budget hearing. The Committee agreed on February 21st. 10. COMMENTS FROM THE SOLICITOR – none. 11. COMMENTS FROM THE COMMITTEE – Committeeman Dickinson stated that he has noted a lot more police activity in the town after the meeting with the station commander. 12. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC Mrs. Baggio, 177 Merion Court – expressed her opinion on the recycling center in the Glen. Mrs. Baggio asked for serious consideration for the purchase of the recycling bin. Committeeman Byrne asked if the neighborhood had the space. Mrs. Baggio stated that they did. The Committee, Mr. Tuliano and Mrs. Baggio discussed the issue at length. The Committee agreed to Mrs. Baggio’s request to research the issue further. Barbara Rich, Moorestown, NJ – congratulated the Committee on submitting its COAH plan on time. Mrs. Rich then questioned the inclusion in the plan of certain State park land. Mr. Costa explained that the plan was filed to meet the deadline and that it may be revised in the future. Mrs. Rich expressed her concern that the State land was included. Mayor MacLachlan stated that he appreciated her concern. Pete Ruble, 2525 Creek Road – asked someone to read the monthly report regarding HIRR. Committeeman Byrne did so. Mr. Ruble then repeated the circumstances regarding a noise/vibration complaint that he made thru Mr. Tuliano in September. Mr. Ruble continues to object to his name being mentioned in the complaint. Mr. Ruble then commented about the County project on Creek Road. Mr. Ruble then complained about a request that he had made to Mr. Tuliano regarding some information pertaining to a school bus accident on Creek Road and Mr. Tuliano told him that he should call the State Police for information. Mayor MacLachlan reminded Mr. Ruble that we are not informed as to every accident handled by the State Police. Mayor MacLachlan, Mr. Tuliano and Committeeman Byrne reminded Mr. Ruble that they have been working diligently to have that intersection of Creek and Mount Laurel Road improved but the State and County do not agree that it is needed. Catherine McNelis, 407 Bischoff Avenue – asked to have the minutes changed from December 9th to reflect her comments regarding COAH. Mayor MacLachlan stated that they would look into it. Fred Glasgow, 2711 Creek Road – asked if the new legislation allows the Township to post its own traffic signs at the Creek Road intersection. Mr. Tuliano explained the parameters for the legislation and why it does not pertain to the Creek Road intersection. Mr. Glasgow then asked if the trees across from Mr. Hawkey could be cut. Mayor MacLachlan stated that was looked into and it was determined that those trees did not have to be cut. Mr. Tuliano explained some changes would be made to that intersection for the sight triangles in the spring. It involves moving the stop line forward. Catherine McNelis, 407 Bischoff Avenue – asked Committeeman Byrne to try to make a left-hand turn at the intersection and see if he agrees that there is a sight problem. Pete Ruble, 2525 Creek Road – commented about the Creek Road intersection issue. 13. BILL LIST – Motion: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. Second: Committeeman Dickinson. All yes. 14. EXECUTIVE SESSION – Motion: Deputy Mayor Boettcher. Second: Committeeman Byrne. The purpose of the Executive Session is to discuss a contract proposal submitted by a developer for a tax abatement program. No formal action will be taken following the closed session. All yes. A. Resolution 2008-47-1 – Resolution to Enter into Executive Session, if necessary. The Committee went into Executive Session at 9:02PM. The Committee briefly discussed a request by a developer to consider a tax abatement program for a project in the Township. No action was taken. The Committee came out of Executive Session at 9:20PM. 15. ADJOURNMENT – Motion: Committeeman Byrne. Second: Committeeman Porto. All yes. The meeting adjourned at approximately 9:25PM.
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