HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -  Two grant submissions to the New Jersey Department of Transportation were approved as part of the consent agenda by the Hasbrouck Heights Borough Council along with other business at their meeting Tuesday evening at Borough Hall.  

The grant application (Resolution 137) for the Industrial Avenue Improvements project, was approved by a 4-2 vote, as Democratic Councilmen Steven Reyngoudt and Chris Hillman voted against the measure.  Resolution 138, which was a grant application for the Henry Street Improvements project, was passed as part of the consent agenda unanimously.

Other items on the agenda that passed were:

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133. Acceptance of bid from 377 Lasalle Group LLC for the issuance of new hotel/motel plenary retail license pursuant to NJSA 33:1-12-20.  The bid was for $31,200. 

134  Authorized the renewal of 2019/2020 License for Dealers of Commercial Sale of Motor Vehicles for Car Leaders NJ and Castro Motors, LLC.

135. Authorized Emergency Sewer Repair- Alger Avenue

136  Approved a Raffle License for the Hasbrouck Heights Junior Football League.

Communications, Petitions and Bids 

  1. Thank you note from Nicholas Cali to the Mary B. Quigg Scholarship Committee

  2. Invitation from Library Director, Mimi Hui, to attend Library Summer Bash

A resolution was also passed confirming the Latest Update of the Fire Department By-Laws.


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