HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Before adjourning to a private session, the following business was also addressed at the July 24 Borough of Hasbrouck Heights Council meeting.
- Letter from Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Matthew Helfant, thanking Mayor DeLorenzo for his assistance in addressing discrepancies in the school funding formula
- District Details from NJ Department of Education regarding revised state school aid.
- Iniviation to Fair Lawn Office of Veteran Affairs “Fire Watch Festival”
- Letter from Chief Roccamo advising the resignation of Marc Nazeh from his position as HHFD Ambulance/Rescue Secretary and recommendation that Elizabeth Waring be appointed to fill the unexpired term.
Council Reports -
- Public Safety and Land Use - Councilman Ron Kistner
- Social Services - Councilwoman Josephine Ciocia
- Finance - Councilman Justin DiPisa
- Health and Recreation - Councilman Russell Lipari
- Public Works - Councilman David Gonzalez
- Transportation - Councilman Christopher Hillman
Consent Agenda -
- Authorized agreement with Motorola Solutions for Cassadiam/Plant 911 Equipment for 2018/19
- Authorized the payment of construction fees to the state
- Authorized award of quote for radio maintenance contract
- Authorized 2018/19 Licenses for the Sale of Certain Motor Vehicles to;
- MD Euro Auto Sales
- Authorized raffle license for Hasbrouck Heights Parents of Athletes
- Authorized appointment of William Capo as Substitute Crossing GuarResolutions:
- Authrized approval of 2018/19 license for Commercial sale of vehicles of Island Motor Leasing.
- . Marc Nazeh from his Secretary position in the HHFD Ambulance/Rescue Squad
- Elizabeth Wearing as Secretary of the HHFD Ambulance/Rescue Squad
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