HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - The Hasbrouck Heights Borough Council took care of routine business during Tuesday evening’s meeting, helding virtually due to COVID-19 pandemic.
The following Communication, Petitions and Bids were approved.
Letter request approval and assistance with hanging banners from Borough light poles.
Letter from Fire Chief Gumbrecht advising resignation of Olga Cruzado from Hasbrouck Heights Fire department
Letter from Fire Chief Gumbrecht advising of the removal of members from the rolls of the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department.
The Bills resolution was passed, with “no” votes coming from Democratic Councilmen Steven Reyngoudt and Chris Hillmann.
As part of the Consent Agenda, the following items were approved.
82. 2020/21 Licenses for Commercial Sale of Certain Motor Vehicles, for listed Motor Vehicle Dealers
83. Refund for 2017, 2018 and 2019 Taxes overpaid as a part of a Tax Court Judgement, Block 175, Lot 19
84 Refund for 2017, 2018 and 2019 Taxes overpaid as a part of a Tax Court Judgement, Block 54, Lot 33
86. Contracts for online credit or debit payments to the Borough and processing of service fees
A resolution for the payment of Dog license fees was also passed, along with the Council accepting the resignation of Olga Cruzado from the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department.
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