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Millburn Township Committee Meeting Reminder and Agenda

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AGENDA
MILLBURN TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE JUNE 19, 2018 – REGULAR SESSION: 7:30 PM

Open Meeting Statement
Salute to the Flag
ROLL CALL: SDL ( ), JBL ( ), JLR ( ), DTE ( ), CHB ( )
Approval of Agenda
Proclamation: Greenwood Gardens
Personnel: Confirm promotion of and appointment of Police Officer(s) Resolutions 18-165 and 18-166
County Representative
Reports
Presentation: New Jersey – American Water

Public Discussion (Restricted to Questions on Consent Agenda Items)

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RESOLUTIONS: (*Consent Agenda Items)

  1. *18-152  Bills List

  2. *18-153  Authorize Refund of Tax Overpayments

  3. *18-154  Authorize Refund of Tax Overpayment-Veteran

  4. *18-155  Approve Item of Revenue – Clean Communities

  5. *18-156  Authorize Contract – State Vendors and Cooperative Pricing Vendors

  6. *18-157  Authorize appointment of Acting Clerk

  7. *18-158  Authorize sale of vehicles to Maplewood

  8. *18-159  Authorize execution of Storm Sewer Indemnification Agreement

  9. *18-160  Authorize Interlocal Services Agreement for Animal Control Services

  10. *18-161  Authorize Bond Anticipation Notes

  11. *18-162  Approve Raffle License

  12. *18-163  Approve Sidewalk Cafe

  13. *18-164  Renewal of ABC Liquor Licenses for 2018-2019 Wine Rack

RESOLUTIONS:

ORDINANCE / SECOND READING AND CONSIDERATION OF ADOPTION

2503-18 CHB

BOND ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE THE MAKING OF VARIOUS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS AND TO APPROPRIATE THE SUM OF $790,000 TO PAY THE COST THEREOF, TO MAKE A DOWN PAYMENT, TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS TO FINANCE SUCH APPROPRIATION AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES IN ANTICIPATION OF THE ISSUANCE OF SUCH BONDS

2504-18 JLR

CAPITAL ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAKING OF VARIOUS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS AND ACQUISITIONS IN, BY AND FOR THE TOWNSHIP, APPROPRIATING THEREFOR THE SUM OF $1,450,000 AND PROVIDING THAT SUCH SUM SO APPROPRIATED SHALL BE RAISED FROM THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THE TOWNSHIP

ORDINANCE / INTRODUCTION

2506-18 SDL

ESTABLISHING A TEMPORARY FOOD LICENSE FEE FOR FOOD VENDORS AT TEMPORARY EVENTS WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP [Public hearing scheduled for July 17, 2018]

NEW BUSINESS

1.) Capital Improvement Presentation and Discussion – Joint meeting Essex and Union County

OLD BUSINESS

  1. 1.)  Proposed Pipeline Pilgrim Oil Pipeline Project – Municipal Pipeline Group

  2. 2.)  Proposed Chicken Ordinance – Discussion

  3. 3.)  Proposed Amendment to Building and Housing Code – As Built Conditions

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