HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - It was anything but “business as usual” as the Borough of Hasbrouck Heights Mayor and Council met Tuesday evening.
Council members in attendance were spaced across the Council dais in accordance to the “social distancing guidelines” prescribed by the Governor as part of Emergency Directive. Three council members, Justin DiPisa, Russell Lipari and Christopher Hillmann, dialed into the meeting via a conference call, along with members of the public.
Borough Attorney Richard Malagiere, Chief of Police Michael Colaneri Sr and Supervisor of the Department of Public Works William Spindler, along with the media, were assigned specific seats in the audience. Despite some initial technical hiccups, the meeting was able to be completed.
Mayor Jack DeLorenzo was required to break a 3-3 tie on Resolution 74, which authorized the appointment of the Borough Clerk to serve as acting Borough Administrator when the Administrator is absent.
The Consent Agenda was passed which authorized the following:
69. Authorizing compliance with IRS Code with regard to Bond Anticipation Note of March 20
70. Authorizing approval of 2020/21 Licenses for Commercial Sale of Motor Vehicles
- Parkway Auto Sales 92 Railroad Ave. Suite 225
- Menne Auto 65 Railroad Ave
- JJ Motor Group 60 Railroad Ave Suite 105
71. Authorizing approval of 2019 Appropriation transfer
72. Authorizing Shared Services Agreement with the Borough of Wood-Ridge for the cooperative arrangement to deputize each Borough’s Registrar to allow them to work on behalf of both municipalities during an emergency,
73. Authorizing change in schedule of April and May meeting of the Mayor and Council and Authorizing Borough Administrator/CFO to approve and pay certain bills until May 12, 2020. The dates of the meetings will be announced in the future, as well whether they will be in person, or virtual meetings.
Additionally, Ordinance 2458 appropriating the sum of $200,000 to provide for the repair and/or reconstruction of certain portions of the sanitary sewage and stormwater drainage facilities within the Borough of Hasbrouck Heights and further authorized the funding via issuance of bonds not to exceed the sum of $190,000.
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