Village Council Meeting Minutes 20190612

A REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING OF THE VILLAGE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD HELD IN THE SYDNEY V. STOLDT, JR. COURT ROOM OF THE RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE HALL, 131 NORTH MAPLE AVENUE, RIDGEWOD, NEW JERSEY ON JUNE 12, 2019 AT 8:00 P.M.

 

  1. CALL TO ORDER – OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT – ROLL CALL – FLAG     SALUTE

Mayor Hache called the meeting to order at 8:00 P.M. and read the Statement of Compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act. At roll call the following were present: Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache. Also present were Heather Mailander, Village Manager/Village Clerk; and Matthew Rogers, Village Attorney.

Mayor Hache led those in attendance in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag as well as in a Moment of Silence to honor the brave men and women serving in our armed forces and all our first responders.

  1. ACCEPTANCE OF FINANCIAL REPORTS

Mayor Hache moved the Bills, Claims, and Vouchers, and Statement of Funds on Hand as of May 31, 2019, be accepted as submitted. Councilwoman Walsh seconded the motion.

Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

  1. ACCEPTANCE OF MINUTES

Mayor Hache moved that the Village Council minutes of February 25, and May 8, 2019 having been reviewed by the Village Council and now available in the Village Clerk’s Office be approved as submitted. Councilwoman Knudsen seconded the motion.

Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

  1. PROCLAMATIONS

BEE CITY USA AND NATIONAL POLLINATOR WEEK

Councilman Sedon read the following proclamation:  

  1. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

Frank Mortimer, 426 Van Buren Street, thanked Councilman Sedon for reading the National Pollinators Weeks Proclamation, adding that as the first Bee City USA, the Village of Ridgewood has some fun events planned for National Pollinators Week. He stated that Mango Jam will be having savings all week if you say Pollinators, the Healthbarn will be doing a hive to table event on Wednesday, the Ridgewood Public Library will be doing a Bee Kind Storytime, and one of the highlights will be on Friday thanks to the Conservancy of Ridgewood Public Lands and Parks and Recreation, who are doing a mid-summer celebration at the butterfly garden, located behind The Stable.

Sheila Brogan, 302 Kensington Drive, stated that last time she was here about the bus and New Jersey Futures, but she wanted to thank the Village Council for the installation of the two benches on Franklin Avenue, one by Stop and Shop and the other by Boiling Springs Bank. They are lovely benches but she couldn’t have done it without Mr. Rutishauser, Ms. Mailander, and the Village Council. She asked that the Village Council be supportive of New Jersey Futures and working with them for an implementation plan regarding Ridgewood’s Age Friendliness.

Anne Loving, 342 South Irving Street, stated that it was so poignant when they learned that the July 4th Celebration this year was not just support the tradition, but save the tradition. She added that a lot of people that might be out of town might not realize that they can still purchase a ticket or make a donation. She added that people could still pay for fireworks tickets, and it was frightening to hear that the 4th of July tradition in Ridgewood might die without everyone’s financial support.

There were no additional comments from the public. 

  1. MANAGER’S REPORT

 Ms. Mailander stated that there are plans for the train station parking lot to be closed for milling tomorrow and then paving on Friday. This will also include closing the three hour spaces adjacent to MacMurphy’s. As an alternative location, annual permit holders can park in the last three rows of the Hudson Street lot or any of the Village-owned lots in the Central Business District. Permit holders may not park in Shopper/Diner or CBD Employee spaces. She added that they would be making a call around 9:00 P.M. tonight as to whether or not the milling will take place tomorrow, because it is supposed to rain. Both lots will open again at 5:00 P.M. but warned motorists to be careful, because it will be a milled surface. By Friday night, they will have a new paved parking lot and new striping, weather permitting.

Ms. Mailander alerted residents that next week on Wednesday, June 19th and possibly Thursday June 20th the Recycling Center will be closed. This closure is required for PSE&G to upgrade the power as they are installing a cardboard compactor at the Recycling Center.

Ms. Mailander stated that the Graydon Pool Movie on the Beach, “Ralph Fixes the Internet” will be shown Friday, June 14th at 7:00 P.M. The rain date is June 15th. It will begin at sundown and the cost is $5 per person.

Ms. Mailander stated that all are invited to a fundraising event at the Steel Wheel Tavern on North Broad Street to support the Kasschau Memorial Shell Summer Concerts. On Wednesday, June 26th, 20% of all proceeds will be donated to the Kasschau Memorial Shell Committee.

Ms. Mailander stated that the pothole app will be back on the Village website by the end of the week. This will allow residents to report potholes, take a picture and give a description. There will be a list of all previously reported potholes or a resident can report a new pothole.

Ms. Mailander stated that the Ridgewood Guild sponsors Art in the Park evening events on Friday July 12th and then August 2nd. Take a stroll in the park and enjoy music and artwork by local artists.

The Stable Art Gallery Exhibit will host an open house on Saturday, June 15th, featuring the Chinese brush painting of Robert Santi and his pupils from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M.

Ms. Mailander stated that Graydon Pool is open for the summer season, weekend hours 10:00 A.M. to 7:30 P.M., and weekday hours noon to 7:30 P.M. Residents can purchase memberships at the pool office or at ridgewoodnj.net/communitypass. The regular season begins June 24th through August 11th, and the late season is August 12th to September 2nd.

The Kasschau Memorial Shell on Veterans Field features popular music concerts on Tuesday and Thursday evenings in June, July, and early August. Bring a chair or a blanket to enjoy these free concerts under the stars.

Ms. Mailander stated that the Ridgewood Guild hosts Movies Under the Stars twice a month on Wednesday nights in June, July and August at Memorial Park at Van Neste Square at sundown.

Ms. Mailander stated that dog licenses are due for renewal in the month of June. After July 1st, a $20 late fee will be charged. Dog owners were reminded by mail or email to complete the renewal form, enclose a check, and mail it to the Health Department. The Health Department is open 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday.

Anyone wishing to register for summer day camp at this time will pay an additional $50 late fee. Day camp begins Tuesday, June 25th.

Ms. Mailander stated that Sunday, June 23rd from 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. the Bergen County Utilities Authority will collect household hazardous waste at Bergen Community College in Paramus, rain or shine. Bergen County residency is required.

Ms. Mailander reminded everyone that parking in all Village-owned lots after 3:00 P.M. does not require a permit; however, time restrictions and parking fees are still in effect. 

  1. VILLAGE COUNCIL REPORTS 

Shade Tree Commission – Councilman Sedon stated that the Shade Tree Commission met last night, and he reminded everyone that June 30th is the deadline for the Adopt a Tree Program. Interested residents can contact the Parks Department to pay for a tree and have it planted. They get the same price as the Village does, so if they want to pay for a tree to go in front of their house, the cost is $450 which includes the tree, staking, and the planter bag, in addition to the planting.

 Ridgewood Fourth of July – Councilwoman Knudsen stated that this will be the 109th Annual Ridgewood Fourth of July Celebration, and all residents have been mailed a postcard about the July 4th events. An important fact is that the Fourth of July Committee receives no direct funding from the Village, so this day would not be possible without the community’s support. The volunteer-run committee is co-chaired by Leigh Gilsenan and Tara Masterson. She urged everyone to help ensure the tradition continues, by making a donation, purchasing a raffle ticket, purchasing a ticket for the evening entertainment and fireworks, joining the committee or volunteering.

Councilwoman Knudsen stated that Wednesday, June 19th at the Steel Wheel Tavern, 20% of proceeds from their sales for the entire day will be donated back to the Fourth of July Celebration. Also, at that location there will be 50/50 raffle tickets and fireworks tickets for sale. This year, the theme is All American Summer, which is the basis for the floats which all of the elementary schools build. The theme aims to celebrate backyard barbeques, baseball games, outdoor concerts, fairs, cross country road trips, and driving to the Jersey Shore. She encouraged people to make a donation, as costs go up and funding remains flat.

Stigma Free Committee – Councilwoman Knudsen stated that the Stigma Free Committee met yesterday. It is an initiative to destigmatize mental health issues. They are excited at the opportunity to put together a talented group of individuals to come together and help with this initiative. They were fortunate yesterday that Sheila Brogan attended and her input was valuable in helping to navigate how they will approach a stigma free community. They will be using some grant funding for five showings of the movie ‘Angst’ with details forthcoming.

They are also organizing a community resource list to help those in need reach appropriate assistance. They will be adding to the Village website a link for stigma free, and they are also on Facebook, Ridgewood Stigma Free.

Historic Preservation Commission – Councilwoman Knudsen stated that tomorrow night the Historic Preservation Commission would be meeting.

Planning Board – Councilwoman Knudsen stated that the Planning Board meets next week at 7:30 P.M. in the Court Room.

Master Plan Advisory Committee – Councilwoman Knudsen stated that the Master Plan Advisory Committee would be meeting prior to the Planning Board next week.

Geese Peace – Councilwoman Knudsen stated that this year, several Village residents participated in Geese Peace and the committee of volunteers led by Dawn Cetrulo addled more than 150 eggs comprising 32 nests. They were 95% effective in controlling the geese population in the Village of Ridgewood. She thanked all of the volunteers who helped in Geese Peace and added that next year they were going to recruit some Boy Scouts and High School students to assist in Geese Peace.

English as a Second Language Program – Councilman Voigt stated that last Friday at the Library, English as a Second Language held their annual reception. It was all of the students and the tutors that got together, representing 30 different countries. It was a fun day of different foods, and the teachers and students have begun really good friendships with each other. He thanked Victoria Hildrich for heading the program.

Age Friendly Ridgewood – Councilman Voigt stated that Age Friendly has a survey that they are requesting those age 55 or older to take. It’s on AgeFriendlyRidgewood.org/2019Survey, it is a quick survey that talks about the livability of Ridgewood as it relates to those 55 and older. He added that it helps plan what they need to do for the town to make sure that it is Age Friendly.

Gun Violence Awareness – Mayor Hache stated that last Saturday, June 8th at Van Neste Square, there was a Gun Violence Awareness event with a lot of elected officials showing their support. He thanked organizer Cathy Brienza for putting the event together.

Girl Scout Gold Award Ceremony – Mayor Hache stated that on Saturday, June 8th there was a Girl Scout Gold Award Ceremony that he attended. Chief Luthcke was there as well. He was very impressed by the Gold Award projects.

Eagle Scout Court of Honor – Mayor Hache stated that on Saturday, June 15th, at Upper Ridgewood Community Church, is the Troop 7 Eagle Scout Court of Honor.

Central Business District Advisory Commission – Mayor Hache stated that CBDAC would be meeting Friday morning, June 7th, at 8:30 A.M.

New Business – Mayor Hache stated that on Friday, June 14th at 5:30 P.M. at 24 Prospect Street, is the grand opening of a new business, Furology, which is a dog grooming business.

Mayor Hache congratulated the Village’s own Ali Stroker who won a Tony Award. He added that it was very exciting and it was a beautiful moving acceptance speech. It seems like the community comes together around events like this and it was wonderful. He spoke with her dad, and he was quick to point out that this process began in Ridgewood 30 years ago. The Ridgewood Arts Council is working on a special celebration. Councilwoman Walsh added that they are working on something for Ali Stroker and she made Ridgewood proud.

  1. ORDINANCES – RIDGEWOOD WATER

None. 

  1. RESOLUTIONS – RIDGEWOOD WATER 

THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 19-156 THROUGH 19-158, WERE ADOPTED BY A CONSENT AGENDA WITH ONE VOTE BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL, AND WERE READ BY TITLE ONLY: 

  1. ORDINANCES
  1. INTRODUCTION - #3723 – Amend Outdoor Café Fees – 2019 & 2020 

Mayor Hache moved the first reading of ordinance 3723. Councilwoman Walsh seconded the motion. 

Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

The Village Clerk read ordinance 3723 by title:

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 145-6 OF THE CODE OF THE VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD ENTITLED “ENUMERATION OF FEES RELATED TO CODE CHAPTERS” UNDER CHAPTER 156-70F ENTITLED “OUTDOOR CAFÉ LICENSE, ANNUAL FEE PER NUMBER OF SEATS” TO AMEND THE FEES CHARGED FOR OUTDOOR CAFES       

Councilwoman Knudsen moved that ordinance 3723 be adopted on first reading and that July 17, 2019 be fixed as the date for the hearing thereon. Councilwoman Walsh seconded the motion.

Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

  1. INTRODUCTION - #3724 – Amend Chapter 154 – Update FEMA/FIRM Maps – Flood Damage Prevention 

Mayor Hache moved the first reading of ordinance 3724. Councilman Sedon seconded the motion. 

Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

The Village Clerk read ordinance 3724 by title:

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 154 OF THE CODE OF THE VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD, FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION           

Councilman Voigt moved that ordinance 3724 be adopted on first reading and that July 17, 2019 be fixed as the date for the hearing thereon. Councilman Sedon seconded the motion.

Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

  1. INTRODUCTION - #3725 – Reappropriate Funding in Capital Ordinance – Renovation of Tree Wells in Central Business District to Conducting a Tree Inventory

Mayor Hache moved the first reading of ordinance 3725. Councilwoman Knudsen seconded the motion.

 Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

The Village Clerk read ordinance 3725 by title:

BOND ORDINANCE AMENDING A PORTION OF THE DESCRIPTION CONTAINED IN SECTION 3(s) OF BOND ORDINANCE NUMBERED 3644 OF THE VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD, IN THE COUNTY OF BERGEN, NEW JERSEY, FINALLY ADOPTED MAY 9, 2018           

Councilman Sedon moved that ordinance 3725 be adopted on first reading and that July 17, 2019 be fixed as the date for the hearing thereon. Councilwoman Knudsen seconded the motion.

Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

  1. PUBLIC HEARING - #3722 – Prohibit Use of Single Use Plastic Carry-Out Bags  

Mayor Hache moved the reading of ordinance 3722 by title on second reading and that the Public Hearing thereon be opened. Councilwoman Walsh seconded the motion.

 Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

 The Village Clerk read ordinance 3722 by title:

AN ORDINANCE ADDING A NEW SECTION TO THE CODE OF THE VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD ENTITLED “SINGLE-USE PLASTIC BAG REDUCTION”

Mayor Hache announced that the Public Hearing was open.

Boyd Loving, 342 South Irving Street, stated that he fully supports this ordinance. He has property in Hoboken and a similar ordinance was adopted there, and there has been a tremendous reduction of plastic bags flying around the street. He added that this is a step forward and sets an example for other communities in Bergen County. He stated that there was some discussion as to whether it would apply for the Farmer’s Market and the Street Fairs, and asked if they were incorporated into the prohibitions. Ms. Mailander stated that they are within the ordinance that they are prohibited from using single use plastic bags. Mr. Loving asked if there were any exceptions. Ms. Mailander stated that the only exception was if it was a vegetable bag in a supermarket, or something like that. Mr. Loving added that he was in Stop and Shop today in the self-checkout line and put it all into one bag. He stated sometimes there is an employee who is bagging and puts his purchase into three bags. He thinks this is going to put an end to the number of bags in the Village and he thanked the Village Council for moving forward with this.

Bob Upton, 172 West Glen Avenue, REAC Chair, thanked the Village Council for bringing the ordinance to this point and was delighted that there didn’t seem to be any objectors here tonight. He reminded objectors that there are many countries with bans like this and California and Hawaii, and they are all managing to survive with the bans on single use plastic bags.

Russell Forenza, 228 Emmett Place, stated that he completely disagrees with this ordinance. He lived in Hoboken and if anyone thinks that what Hoboken, Jersey City, Trenton, Paterson, or Camden and any of those cities does is the right thing for Ridgewood is wrong. They have yuppies living down there who don’t need plastic bags, and who go out to dinner every night. What the Village is doing is a disservice to the people of Ridgewood. If the plastic bags blow around it is littering, and there should be a fine. He encouraged people to get rid of the plastic bags in the proper way. He added that people moved out of Jersey City and Hoboken for years because they couldn’t handle the corrupt government that was in those places.

There were no additional comments from the public, and Mayor Hache moved the Public Hearing be closed. Councilwoman Knudsen seconded the motion.

Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Knudsen, Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      None

Councilman Voigt moved that ordinance 3722 be adopted on second reading and final publication as required by law. Councilwoman Walsh seconded the motion.

Prior to the vote on this ordinance, Councilwoman Knudsen stated that she was going to abstain from this vote because she has done a ton of her own research on this and based on what the Chairman of REAC said at a previous meeting that in fact paper bags are worse for the environment than plastic bags. She has done research that single use bags are not single use for her, and she did enough research that the sales of single use bags is significant. In the absence of having plastic bags as a second use, people now go to buy bags to line their trash cans. She added that she was uncomfortable choosing between a manufacturer saying one can do business and one cannot. Councilwoman Knudsen added that it either doesn’t go far enough or goes too far, and since she wasn’t comfortable with this ordinance she was going to abstain.

Roll Call Vote

AYES:            Councilmembers Sedon, Voigt, Walsh, and Mayor Hache

NAYS:            None

ABSENT:       None

ABSTAIN:      Councilwoman Knudsen

  1. RESOLUTIONS

 THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 19-159 THROUGH 19-202, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF RESOLUTION 19-199, WHICH WILL BE READ IN FULL AND CONSIDERED SEPARATELY, WERE ADOPTED BY A CONSENT AGENDA WITH ONE VOTE BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL, AND WERE READ BY TITLE ONLY:

 THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION, NUMBERED 19-199, WAS CONSIDERED SEPARATELY AND READ IN FULL:

Prior to the vote on this resolution, Councilwoman Knudsen stated that she feels like this is something that happened out of procedural order and while she agrees and appreciates the donation of the flagpole, she wishes they would have hammered out the details of the use beforehand. She added that it was a very generous donation and it has been installed, but because they didn’t hammer out the details beforehand she was going to abstain from this vote.

  1. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC

 Russell Forenza, 228 Emmett Place, stated that he didn’t know who was going to use the new flagpole. He added that the roads are still terrible and the sewers are terrible. The storm drains haven’t been cleaned and nobody seems to be working on it, as the water overflows and sits there. If somebody in government had an employee do work for them and they paid them with government money, this would not be acceptable. If a person received no money from government but received special services from a contractor you would say that’s not nice either. He knows two instance in Paterson where this occurred and both Mayors went to jail. He added that a number of years ago, $500,000 to $750,000 worth of coins was taken from this Village and he still does not know how that money was taken out of Village Hall. It was all done in one day somehow, and he asked if they knew how heavy money was. That person never went to jail, pays the money off, insurance covers it, and nobody has told Mr. Forenza how that money was taken out in one day. Mr. Forenza added that nobody seems to care that this person didn’t go to jail and he wanted to know how this person got the money out of the Village Hall.

Boyd Loving, 342 South Irving Street, stated that from time to time there has been some discussion about what is going on at the Starbucks drive through. The cones have been knocked down and the taxpayers are paying for that expense. It was his understanding that when Starbucks was given the approval for a drive through, there would be a person stationed outside in busy conditions and they would do certain things to help with the flow of traffic and the queue at the drive through. He added that he passes by Starbucks regularly, and he has never seen an employee of Starbucks out in the parking lot regulating traffic. The traffic backs up to Franklin Avenue on a regular basis and it doesn’t seem like the Village wants to do anything out there to deal with it. Mr. Loving stated that it was embarrassing that the Village is letting this go on. He added that he understands that the Village Council doesn’t want to do anything that adversely affects somebody’s business, but Starbucks had an agreement with the Village that they were going to do certain things that they haven’t done. He asked about the stanchions that they agreed to purchase and asked why there isn’t an employee navigating traffic during busy times. He wanted to know what the problem is with getting this fixed, so that those who use Franklin Avenue can do so safely.

Russell Forenza, 228 Emmett Place, stated that there are rules in 40 and 40-A that say how long a municipality can keep money in a municipality before it is deposited in a bank. That money that was in the coin counting room should have been well guarded because within 24 hours, all of the money has to be put into the bank. He called for someone to be responsible, asking who is running the Village and that it may still go on today. There are rules on the books that say that money collected has to be deposited in the bank.

Mr. Rogers stated that Mr. Forenza is right, and that it was at least ten years ago. The Ridgewood Police Department turned the investigation over to the Bergen County Prosecutors Office. The Prosecutors Office dealt with it from the standpoint of a plea and the Judge decided what sentence to give out, so the Village doesn’t necessarily have a say in that. There was a system at that time that complied with the holding of money because there was a bank truck that came up on a regular basis and picked up the funds that were collected. The thefts happened, which they learned from the investigation, over the course of a year and a half and not just over one night. There is some information that Mr. Forenza could get if he filed an OPRA request with the Bergen County Prosecutors Office. He added that the Prosecutors Office dealt with this from a criminal standpoint. The Village was able to do a very good job from a civil standpoint, to the point where he doesn’t believe the taxpayer was put at a significant advantage.

Councilwoman Knudsen added that event predates everyone on this Village Council, and in many ways they inherited the outcome and the backlash on it. She stated that on their behalf, they did everything they could to see that there was some other action taken. The most important effort was to ensure that the Ridgewood taxpayers were not harmed financially in any way, so to that end, they were successful. She added that there isn’t anyone that would disagree that it was fundamentally wrong, but they inherited it.

Councilwoman Knudsen added to Mr. Loving’s point, and asked that the resolution of approval for Starbucks be looked at, to be sure that they are living up to their end. There is an issue with the cones on Franklin Avenue because Ben and Jerry’s started to lose business, because people couldn’t make a turn into their parking lot, which created a problem for the surrounding area as well. Mr. Rogers added that the Zoning Officer is the enforcing officer on that issue. There was a proposal for dealing with that from Sergeant Chuck at the last meeting. Ms. Mailander added that Starbucks has agreed to create a right turn only exit. They have provided sketches for the right turn only exit, and she will find out when these improvements will be made.

There were no additional comments from the public, and Mayor Hache closed public comment.

  1. RESOLUTION TO GO INTO CLOSED SESSION

 Ms. Mailander read Resolution #19-203 to go into Closed Session as follows:

  1. ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business to come before the Village Council, on a motion by Councilman Sedon, seconded by Councilwoman Walsh, and carried unanimously by voice vote, the Village Council’s Regular Public Meeting was adjourned at 8:53 P.M.

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        Ramon M. Hache, Sr.                             

                 Mayor                         

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              Heather A. Mailander

     Village Manager/Village Clerk

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