HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - It was a busy night at the Borough of Hasbrouck Heights Council meeting on Tuesday evening. Plenty of business not related to the Prime Developers project was also on the agenda.

Four Ordinances were introduced to the Council:

  1. Ordinance 2411 - An ordinance to appropriate $300,000 to provide for the acquisition of an ambulance and a four-wheel drive vehicle for the use of the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department.  The ordinance also requested authorization to finance the purchase via the issuance of bonds not to exceed $285,000

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  2. Ordinance 2412 - An ordinance to appropriate $150,000 to provide for the acquisition of equipment for use by the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department.  The ordinance also requested the authorization to finance the purchase via the issuance of bonds, not to exceed $142,000.

  3. Ordinance 2413 - An ordinance to appropriate $100,000 to provided for continued rehabilitation and environmental remediation of the Public Works of the Borough of Hasbrouck Heights as required by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.  The ordinance also requests the authorization to finance the purchase via the issuance of bonds, not to exceed $95,000.

  4. Ordinance 2414 - An ordinance to supplement “Exempt Officers” of Article IV entitled “Residency Requirement Exemptions” of Chapter 45 entitled “Officers and Employees” of the code of the Borough of Hasbrouck Heights so as to provide that the Office of Local Hotel and Multiple Dwelling Inspector be exempt from the residency requirements of NJSA 40A: 60-b3.

All four ordinances passed, with Councilman Chris Hillmann abstaining from voting on Ordinance 2414.  

 

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