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BOROUGH OF DUMONT BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. EXECUTIVE SESSION MINUTES JUNE 3, 2009 6:00 PM

Sunshine Law: The notice requirements of the Open Public Meetings Act of the State of New Jersey have been satisfied by the inclusion of the date, change in time and place of this public meeting in a notice sent to The Record and The Ridgewood News, filed with the Borough of Dumont, and posted on the Borough of Dumont website and official bulletin board. Roll Call: Council members Caspare, Manna, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou (arrived at 6:07PM), Zamechansky-present Mayor McHale-present The Mayor reviewed the following items: RESOLUTIONS #09-151 Authorization to Advertise for RFQ for Appraisal Services in furtherance of the NJEIT Phase II Project #09-152 Joe Sherban-Approval of Full-time Status with the DPW #09-153 Approval of Change Order #1 for Bergen County ADA Ramps Project #09-154 Award of Bid for Co-location of a Wireless Communication Antenna on Borough Hall Property #09-155 Authorization to Execute EDEN Bergenfield Partners, LLC Developers Agreements-241-245 Washington Avenue #09-156 Approval of Block Party-Seneca Avenue #09-157 NJDOT Fiscal Year 2010 Local Aid Program & Safe Routes to School Endorsement Resolution ORDINANCES First Reading #1386 Acquisition of Easements in furtherance of the NJEIT Phase II Project Councilman Manna questioned the easements included in the scope of the Flood Control project Phase II. Borough Attorney Paster explained the different types of easements and that the appraisals will assess the value (if any) of easements required to move forward with the Flood Control Project Phase II. Members of the Council questioned a number of addresses listed on Ordinance #1386. The information will be confirmed with the engineers.

According to the police there was supposed to be a left turn only out of the driveway on Shadyside, which is not stated in the agreement. Motion to pull #09-155- Authorization to Execute EDEN Bergenfield Partners, LLC Developers Agreements-241-245 Washington Avenue: Councilman Manna Second: Councilman Riquelme All in favor. Motion to recess: Councilman Manna Second: Councilman Riquelme All in favor. Flag Salute: Silent Prayer Sunshine Law: The notice requirements of the Open Public Meetings Act of the State of New Jersey have been satisfied by the inclusion of the date, change in time and place of this public meeting in a notice sent to The Record and The Ridgewood News, filed with the Borough of Dumont, and posted on the Borough of Dumont website and official bulletin board. Roll Call: Council members Caspare, Manna, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechanskypresent Mayor McHale-present Motion to Accept Agenda as presented with the exception of Resolution #09-155, which has been pulled: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilwoman Zamechansky All in favor. SPECIAL PUBLIC PORTION Review of Consent Agenda Items: All items with an asterisk are considered to be noncontroversial by the Council and will be approved by one motion. There may be further discussion prior to the vote upon request of a member of the public or a Council member. Also, any item may be removed for further discussion or for roll call vote in which case the item will be removed and considered in its normal sequence as part of the general order of business. RESOLUTIONS #09-151 Authorization to Advertise for RFQ for Appraisal Services in furtherance of the NJEIT Phase II Project * #09-152 Joe Sherban-Approval of Full-time Status with the DPW * #09-153 Approval of Change Order #1 for Bergen County ADA Ramps Project * #09-154 Award of Bid for Co-location of a Wireless Communication Antenna on Borough Hall Property * #09-156 Approval of Block Party-Seneca Avenue * #09-157 NJDOT Fiscal Year 2010 Local Aid Program & Safe Routes to School Endorsement Resolution *

Motion to adopt the Consent Agenda: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Riquelme Motion to open to the public on consent agenda items only: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. Motion to close to the public: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilwoman Zamechansky All in favor. Councilman Caspare asked, for the record, for confirmation that Joe Sherban is certified. Administrator Perkins confirmed that Mr. Sherban is a certified tree laborer. Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, Manna, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky-yes Motion carried. Correspondence was received by the Mayor and Council from Kai Chen, 90 Teak Road, Dumont, N.J. in which he asked whether the individual in Resolution #09-152 is the same individual appointed as Certified Tree Laborer in Resolution #09-07. He also asked whether Mr. Sherban was credentialed either by the State or the industry. ORDINANCES First Reading #1386 Acquisition of Easements in furtherance of the NJEIT Phase II Project-ordinance authorizing the purchase or other acquisition of easements, temporary and/ or permanent, and/or rights of entry on various real properties on the tax map of the Borough of Dumont to effectuate the NJEIT Phase II drainage project. Motion to waive formal reading: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman Riquelme All in favor. Motion to adopt on first reading: Councilman Manna Second: Councilman McQuade Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, Manna, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou-yes Councilwoman Zamechansky-abstained Motion carried. Motion to open to the public: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman Manna All in favor. Motion to close to the public: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Manna All in favor.

Motion to recess to Executive Chambers: Councilman Manna Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. Motion to go back into session: Councilman Manna Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. Administrator Perkins Report The Borough received a grant from the County in the amount of $100,300 for Short Street, Veterans Plaza and Locust. The grant is about half the amount requested so the project will have to be prioritized. The electrical for the hut renovation project will be separated from the total from the engineering firm. Three proposals were received; the low bid came from East West at a price of $9,625. Mr. Perkins recommends that East West be used for the electrical part of the project. A letter was received from OSHA stating that the Police Department has now met all the requirements. An application for handicap ramps and doors at the library and senior center was submitted. We were then notified that the criteria for the grant had changed and the Borough is not eligible for the grant. After being notified of the issue of buses traveling on New Milford Avenue, N.J. Transit has taken action and notified the bus drivers they are not allowed to drive on that road before 8:00 AM and after 5:00 PM. Attorneys Report All of the executed easements from the property owners around the Virginia/New Milford Avenue intersection have been received. The parish needs approval from HUD to grant the easement. An appeal was filed by the Boroughs litigation counsel regarding the Bland v. Dumont lawsuit. Mr. Paster has been working with T&M and Suburban Title to effectuate property rights acquisition for the NJEIT Flood Control Project. Only one bid was received for co-location of a wireless communication antenna on the borough owned monopole. That bid was received from MetroPCS New York. The Borough of Demarest has expressed interest in an interlocal agreement related to Dumonts tree pruning equipment and personnel which would be a way of defraying costs. Mr. Paster plans on conferring with the Borough Engineer to determine the parameters for an easement on Lincoln Avenue. A date should be scheduled for a hearing regarding legal escrow disputed by a resident. There was discussion about making a portion of Brook Street one way.

Council Committee Reports Councilman McQuade There was discussion about making a portion of Brook Street one way. Board of Health A swine flu vaccine will be coming out soon. Some students have the flu and are being checked to make sure it is not swine flu. Councilman Caspare Environmental Commission There was no meeting last month because several members had to attend an event at the high school. Councilman Manna Police The police committee continues discussion in preparing to meet with the PBA about their contract. Councilman Riquelme Joint Land Use Board At last weeks meeting there was one formal hearing, which passed. The professionals will be appointed at the next meeting following RFQ review. Shade Tree Commission Many trees have been planted. Councilwoman Zamechansky Recreation Many items which had been included in the Hut project have been pulled out. Painting, for example, can be done by the Borough. Councilman Stylianou 5K Run The committee continues to meet and is seeking sponsors. Board of Education On June 11th the Board of Education will be honoring staff members who have twenty-five years of service. Mayors Report The Mayor asked for recommendations for capital projects by July 1st. Motion to go into closed session to discuss litigation: Councilman Manna Second: Councilman Stylianou All in favor. Motion to go back into public session: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Manna All in favor. Mr. Perkins is waiting for Chief Venezios input on using cameras for traffic safety at strategic intersections. Motion to adjourn: Councilwoman Zamechansky Second: Councilman Riquelme

All in favor. Meeting adjourned at 7:50 PM. Minutes respectfully submitted by: Susan Connelly, RMC Borough Clerk

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Mayor McHale and Borough Council: My question is regarding Resolution #09-152. I would like to know whether the individual appointed is the same individual appointed as Certified Tree Laborer under Resolution #09-07 on January 6, 2009. As recorded on the minutes of the January 20 public meeting, I had requested whether the individual appointed was credentialed either by the state (New Jersey Board of Tree Experts) or the industry (International Society of Arboriculture) given the title. Mr. Perkins indicated that he would get back to me. As of today; however, I have received no response from Mr. Perkins. I recall that Mr. Perkins, Councilman Caspare and others praised the individual on his performance, which is reassuring; however, I am concerned whether appointing an individual for a credentialed title when those credentials may not have been completed by the individual sets a risky precedent for future personnel appointments. I would appreciate it if this letter could be entered into the minutes during the public participation-consent agenda only and the response entered into the minutes as well. Thank you for your attention into this matter.

Sincerely,

Kai Chen

BOROUGH OF DUMONT BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. PUBLIC MEETING MINUTES JANUARY 20, 2009 7:00 PM The meeting was called to order at 7:10 PM by Council President Manna. Flag Salute; Silent Prayer Sunshine Law: The notice requirements of the Open Public Meetings Act of the State of New Jersey have been satisfied by the inclusion of the date, time and place of this regular meeting in the annual schedule and notice of regular meetings of this Governing Body. Such annual schedule and notice of regular meetings is posted at Borough Hall, was sent to The Record and the Ridgewood News, posted on the Borough website and filed with the Borough of Dumont on January 7, 2009. Roll Call: Council members: Caspare, Manna, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechanskypresent Mayor McHale-absent Motion to Accept Agenda as presented: Councilwoman Zamechansky Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. Approval of Minutes: Motion to approve the January 6, 2009 Sine Die Meeting minutes: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman McQuade Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky, Manna-yes Council Committee Reports Councilman Caspare Buildings & Grounds The broken police pumps were fixed. A new thermostat was installed. The main sewer line backed up twice in the police area and was repaired. Environmental Commission A meeting is scheduled for Thursday night at 7:00 PM Councilman Stylianou Board of Education The Councilman will be attending a meeting scheduled for this Thursday. Fire Department Councilman Stylianou is planning on meeting with the fire chiefs. Councilman Riquelme

Joint Land Use Board The first meeting is scheduled for January 26th at 7:30 PM. DPW In the month of December eighty catch basins were cleaned and forty-one potholes were repaired. Shade Tree Commission They are working on providing a $250 scholarship for a high school senior pursuing an education in the field. The members are planning on meeting to discuss Arbor Day. There are currently twenty-two trees included in the Adopt-A-Tree program. The next meeting is scheduled for February 16th in the Library. Councilman McQuade Finance The committee will review last years budget line by line. Board of Health There are two resolutions on tonights agenda for approval of Animal Control and Health Department agreements with the County. There have been complaints of no heat from some of the Dumont Terrace Apartments residents. A member of the Building Department went to check on the issue. Councilwoman Zamechansky Last month the councilwoman and Administrator Perkins went to the police graduation. Chief Venezio was recognized and received the Chiefs Achievement Award. Senior Citizens The Seniors will have a Super Bowl party. Meet and greet is scheduled for February 8th. Recreation Plans for the Memorial Day Parade are in progress. Councilman Manna Police The dispatchers handled a total of 5,999 calls in the month of December. Members of the Patrol Division investigated forty-seven motor vehicle accidents. Patrol officers issued two hundred seventy-seven motor vehicle summonses. The Detective Bureau referred three cases to the Prosecutors office. Chief Venezio received the Bergen County Chiefs Chief of Police Achievement Award. Borough Administrators Report The Borough will be receiving $5,375 from the Bergen County Utilities Authority for sewer connection fees. Shared Services-The Board of Education has agreed to allow the Recreation program to use its school buses when needed during the summer. There will be a substantial savings. Three projects, which include the EIT Phase II project, the Howard Street project, and the videotaping of the boroughs sewer system have been submitted for consideration for the Presidents Stimulus Package. The asbestos removal has been completed from the house at the New Milford and Washington Avenue Intersection.

Tomorrow he and the Borough Engineer will be meeting representatives of the Department of Environmental Protection Agency on the EIT Flood Control Phase II application. Review of Consent Agenda Items: All items with an asterisk are considered to be noncontroversial by the Council and will be approved by one motion. There may be further discussion prior to the vote upon request of a member of the public or a Council member. Also, any item may be removed for further discussion or for roll call vote in which case the item will be removed and considered in its normal sequence as part of the general order of business. RESOLUTIONS #09-52 Bills List * #09-53 Animal Control Services Agreement with the County of Bergen for 2009 * #09-54 Bergen County Department of Health Services Interlocal Agreement for 2009 * #09-55 American Heart Association National Wear Red Day for Women * #09-56 Appointment of Councilman Rafael Riquelme as Class III Member of the Joint Land Use Board * #09-57 Municipal Court Interlocal with the Borough of Demarest * #09-58 Approval of Joint Land Use Board Application * #09-59 Authorization to Enter into Agreement with Riverside Cooperative * #09-60 Shane Kelly-Member of Fire Auxiliary * #09-61 Nicholas Blake-Member of Fire Auxiliary * #09-62 Robert Guevara-Member of Fire Auxiliary * #09-63 John J. DAnna-Hire as Police Dispatcher * #09-64 Kyle Lezette-Status Change from Probationary Police Officer to Permanent Police Officer * #09-65 Daniel Molinaro- Status Change from Probationary Police Officer to Permanent Police Officer * #09-66 Authorization of Amendment of the Temporary Capital Budget of 2009 * #09-67 Authorization of Application to Local Finance Board Regarding Bond Ordinance #1375 * #09-68 Authorization to Advertise for Bids for Veterans & Locust Project * Motion to adopt Consent Agenda: Councilwoman Zamechansky Second: Councilman Stylianou Councilman Caspare made a motion to remove Resolution #09-64 from Consent Agenda Motion to withdraw the first motion to adopt the Consent Agenda: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. Motion to adopt amended Consent Agenda with removal of #09-64: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman McQuade Motion to open to the public on consent agenda items: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Caspare All in favor.

Motion to close to the public: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman Caspare All in favor. Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky, Council President Manna-yes Motion carried. Motion to adopt Resolution #09-64: Councilwoman Zamechansky Second: Councilman Stylianou Motion to open to the public on Resolution #09-64: Councilwoman Zamechansky Second: Councilman Stylianou Motion to close to the public: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilwoman Zamechansky Roll call vote: Council members McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky, Council President Manna-yes Councilman Caspare-abstained. Motion carried. ORDINANCES Second Reading #1374 Ordinance Amending Chapter 12A, Article 1 of the Code of the Borough of Dumont-Joint Land Use Board-Procedures, Rules and Regulations Motion to waive formal reading: Councilwoman Zamechansky Second: Councilman Caspare All in favor. Motion to open to the public: Councilman Caspare Second: Councilman Stylianou Motion to close to the public: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. Motion to adopt on second reading: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman McQuade Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky, Council President Manna-yes Motion carried. First Reading #1375 Bond ordinance providing for phase II of various storm sewer system improvements and various sanitary sewage pump station rehabilitation, providing an appropriation of $4,200,000 therefor and authorizing the issuance of $4,200,000 bonds and/or notes of the Borough for paying the cost of said improvements authorized to be undertaken in and by the Borough of Dumont, in the County of Bergen, New Jersey. Motion to waive formal reading: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman Riquelme All in favor. Motion to adopt on first reading: Councilman Caspare Second: Councilman Riquelme

Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky, Council President Manna-yes Motion carried. Motion to open to the public: Councilman Caspare Second: Councilman Stylianou All in favor. 1. Edmund Hartman of 35 Virginia Avenue questioned the one-hour parking signs on Virginia Avenue and the reason it specified twenty-four hours a day. 2. Kai Chen of 90 Teak Road asked if the tree laborer is full time and if he works at that specific job only; who the certifying body is; whether the head count stayed the same at the DPW. He also asked what impact there would be on the bond ordinance if the money from the Stimulus is received. He thanked the Governing Body for putting the minutes on the website quickly. 3. Jennifer Kircher of 170 New York Avenue had a concern about neighborhood cats on her property. She asked whether the Borough could pass an ordinance to prevent house cats from roaming. Motion to close to the public: Councilman Caspare Second: Councilman Stylianou All in favor. Council president Manna commented that we witnessed a new page in history when the oath of office was administered to Barack Obama, our 44th President. It was done with dignity and peace. American democracy continues. Council President Manna adjourned the meeting at 8:00 PM Minutes respectfully submitted by: Susan Connelly, RMC Borough Clerk

BOROUGH OF DUMONT BERGEN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY REORGANIZATION MEETING MINUTES JANUARY 6, 2009 7:00 PM Call to Order Invocation: Ken Florio-Chaplain of the Dumont Fire Department Flag Salute Sunshine Law: The notice requirements of the Open Public Meetings Act of the State of New Jersey have been satisfied by the inclusion of the date, time and place of this public Reorganization meeting in a notice sent to The Record and The Ridgewood News, filed with the Borough of Dumont, and posted on the Dumont website and the official bulletin board. General Election Municipal Results: Council members: Martin Caspare- 4,697 Carl Manna- 4,391 Matthew Kruger- 3,194 Joseph Hakim- 3,017 Unexpired one year term: Rafael Riquelme- 4,070 John Dondero- 3,420 The Certificate of Election was received by the Borough Clerk for Martin Caspare, Carl J. Manna and Rafael Riquelme for the office of council members. Oath of Office administered by the Honorable Peter E. Doyne, Bergen County Superior Court Assignment Judge, to Council members: Martin Caspare Carl J. Manna Rafael Riquelme Roll Call: Council members Caspare, Manna, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky-present Mayor McHale-present Motion to Accept Agenda as Presented: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Caspare All in favor.

Motion to Accept Agenda as Presented: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Caspare All in favor. Motion to pull Resolution #09-25 from consent agenda for immediate vote: Councilwoman Zamechansky Second: Councilman Stylianou Motion to open to the public: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. Motion to close to the public: Councilman Caspare Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. Motion to adopt: Councilwoman Zamechansky Second: Councilman Stylianou Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, Manna, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky-yes Motion carried. Fire Department Officers for 2009 Sworn In by Mayor McHale: Chief: James Molinaro Assistant Chief: Glenn Byrd Deputy Chief: William Lissemore Motion to recess: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. Motion to back into session: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Riquelme All in favor. Mayor McHale stated that the Borough is solvent. The Borough will be working with the County and other agencies in order to rebuild our infrastructure. Dumont has come a long way in the last five years and will continue to move forward in a positive manner. Council President Remarks Mr. Manna stated that the Borough and the nation face many challenges. In times like this we have to be creative in our approach to problem-solving. Times like this call us to maintain civility. The economy will dictate that we prioritize based on our needs and affordability. We as a community will be looking at the following this coming year: Joint Land Use Board; road and storm water projects; parks, playgrounds and recreation projects; environmental and green projects; looking at the most effective way to broadcast meetings via the web. With the help of our commissions, boards and the willingness of our residents to get involved we will weather these difficult times together.

Councilman Caspare thanked the residents who voted for him. He also thanked the candidates who ran against them in the election for their diligence and work ethic. Councilman Riquelme thanked the people of Dumont for giving him another year to work for them and the Borough. Councilman McQuade commented that this Council can discuss their differences and then come to a conclusion which is best for this community. This is one of the most diverse councils in Bergen County. Public Portion: Review of Consent Agenda Items: All items with an asterisk are considered to be noncontroversial by the Council and will be approved by one motion. There may be further discussion prior to the vote upon request of a member of the public or a Council member. Also, any item may be removed for further discussion or for roll call vote in which case the item will be removed and considered in its normal sequence as part of the general order of business. RESOLUTIONS #09-01 Adoption of By-laws for the year 2009 * #09-02 Appointment of Gregg Paster, Esq. as Borough Attorney for the year 2009 * #09-03 Donald Holdsworth, Esq.-Reappointment as Municipal Court Judge * #09-04 Appointment of Council President for the year 2009 * #09-05 Appointment of Council Committees for the year 2009 * #09-06 Approval of Mayor and Council 2009 Meeting Dates * #09-07 Michael Joe Sherban-Hire as Certified Tree Laborer * #09-08 Larry Bongard-Reappointment as Recycling Coordinator * #09-09 Appointment of Safe Neighborhood Coordinator * #09-10 Approval of 2009 Block Party and Street Closing Applications * #09-11 Appointment of John Perkins-Affirmative Action Compliance Officer * #09-12 Approval of Payroll Account * #09-13 Approval of Petty Cash Account * #09-14 Approval of Municipal Court Cash Account * #09-15 Participation in State Management Fund * #09-16 Establishment of Delinquent Tax Rate/Penalties * #09-17 Authorization of Investment of Idle Funds * #09-18 Designation of Official Depositories * #09-19 Adoption of 2009 Temporary Municipal Budget * #09-20 Designation of the Boroughs Official Newspapers * #09-21 Approval of Membership in the N.J. League of Municipalities * #09-22 Fire Department Interborough Mutual Aid * #09-23 Fire Department Mutual Aid with Oradell and River Edge * #09-24 Special Operations Mutual Aid Agreement * #09-26 Adoption of Bergen County Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan * #09-27 Accept Resignation of Police Dispatcher Maureen Galligan * #09-28 Authorization for Borough Clerk to Advertise for RFQ for Special Counsel *

#09-29 Person to Person Liquor License Transfer-Corner Inn, Jonthony Inc. to KKD Holdings, Inc. * #09-30 George T. Baer, Jr-Wastewater Consultant * #09-31 William Newman-Reappointment as Dixon Homestead Library Trustee * #09-32 Appointment of John Perkins as JIF Commissioner and Mary Winner as Alternate JIF Commissioner * #09-33 Kathryn OConnor-Reappointment to the Board of Health * #09-34 Ken Melamed-Appointment to Board of Health * #09-35 Colleen Holdsworth-Appointment as Dixon Homestead Library Trustee * #09-36 Appointment of Rivardo, Schnitzer, Capazzi; Ronald Schmidt & Associates and Heritage Architecture, LLC as Borough Architects for the year 2009 * #09-37 Appointment of Lerch Vinci Higgins as Borough Auditor for the year 2009 * #09-38 Appointment of Nowell, Amoroso, Klein, & Bierman as Borough Bond Counsel for the year 2009 * #09-39 Appointment of T&M Associates as Borough Engineer for the year 2009 * #09-40 Appointment of Public Strategies Impact as Government Affairs Representative for the year 2009 * #09-41 Appointment of Maser Consulting as Borough Planner for the year 2009 * #09-42 Appointment of Breslin & Breslin as Court Prosecutor for the year 2009 * #09-43 Appointment of Morrison Mahoney as Alternate Court Prosecutor for the year 2009 * #09-44 Appointment of NMG Associates as Solid Waste Consultant for the year 2009 * #09-45 Appointment of Florio & Kenny and McManimon & Scotland as Special Counsel for Conflicts for the year 2009 * #09-46 Appointment of Alaimo Associates, Azzolina & Feury Engineering, Birdsall Engineering, Remington & Vernick and T&M Associates as Special Projects Engineers for the year 2009 * #09-47 Appointment of Gittleman, Muhlstock, & Chewcaskie as Borough Tax Appeal Attorneys for the year 2009 * #09-48 Salvatore Mastroeni-Appointment to Board of Ethics * #09-51 Authorization for Borough Clerk to Re-advertise for RFQ for Public Defender and Alternate Public Defender * Motion to adopt the Consent Agenda: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Riquelme Motion to open to the public on the consent agenda only: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman McQuade All in favor. 1. Kai Chen of 90 Teak Road asked for clarification on JIF. He asked how many firms are included in resolution #36 and if they would all be used at the same time. He inquired whether the special projects firms would be separated by project or specialty. 2. Michael Brown, owner of 40 Windsor Drive, questioned the appointment of the firm Rivardo, Schnitzer, Capazzi. Motion to close to the public: Councilman Stylianou

Second: Councilman Caspare All in favor. Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, Manna, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky-yes Motion carried. Non-Consent Agenda: #09-49 Appointment of Eric Bernstein & Associates as Labor Attorney for the year 2009 #09-50 Appointment of Brown & Brown as Risk Manager for the year 2009 Motion to combine public participation for both non-consent agenda items: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman Riquelme All in favor. Motion to adopt #09-49: Councilman Manna Second: Councilman Riquelme Motion to adopt Resolution #09-50: Motion to appoint Durkin & Durkin Agency by Councilman McQuade There was no second. Councilman McQuades motion failed. Motion to adopt #09-50-Brown & Brown: Councilman Caspare Second: Councilman Stylianou Motion to open to the public on non-consent agenda: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Manna All in favor. Motion close to the public: Councilman Stylianou Second: Councilman Caspare All in favor. Roll call vote on Resolution #09-49: Council members Caspare, Manna, McQuade-yes Council members Riquelme and Stylianou-no Councilwoman Zamechansky-abstained Motion carried. Roll call vote on Resolution #09-50: Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, Manna, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky-yes Councilman McQuade-no Motion carried. Ordinance First Reading #1374 Ordinance Amending Chapter 12A, Article 1 of the Code of the Borough of Dumont-Joint Land Use Board-Procedures, Rules and Regulations

Motion to waive formal reading: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Manna All in favor. Motion to adopt on first reading: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Riquelme Roll call vote: Council members Caspare, Manna, McQuade, Riquelme, Stylianou, Zamechansky-yes Motion carried. Motion to open to the public: Councilman Caspare Second: Councilman Manna All in favor. Motion to close to the public: Councilman McQuade Second: Councilman Caspare All in favor. Motion to adjourn: Councilman Manna Second: Councilman Caspare All in favor. Meeting was adjourned at 8:00 PM. Minutes respectfully submitted by: Susan Connelly, RMC Borough Clerk