TETERBORO, NJ - The April meeting of the Teterboro Mayor and Council was held via conference call on Tuesday evening, in compliance with Governor Phil Murphy's stay at home order and CDC guidelines for social distancing.

The Council approved three Ordinances on second reading. The first, Ordinance 607 COLA ordinance to exceed the municipal budget appropriations limit and establish a Cap Bank. Ordinance 608 established the 2020 salary ranges for the Borough of Teterboro. The last ordinance, #609, authorized the payment and acquisition of a fuel management system/oil separator improvements to the borough's DPW building in the amount of $40,000.

The Council approved Joseph Smentkowski Inc., of Jersey City, for solid waste collection and disposal services starting May 1,2020 through April 30, 2023.

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The Council also adopted the 2020 municipal budget, which Mayor John P. Watt increased the maximum 2% in accordance with state law.

The Council also acknowledged correspondence from CFO Joseph Iannaconi recommending Stephen Sanzari for the position of Chief Financial Officer.

 

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