Walpack Township
9 Main Street
Walpack Center, NJ 07881
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Walpack Township Committee Meeting Minutes:

September 28, 2010

The meeting of the Walpack Township Committee was called to order at 8 p.m. by Mayor Fuller who stated this meeting was being held in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act having been duly advertised.

Present were: Committeeman Heigis, Committeeman Maglio, and Mayor Fuller

Also in attendance: Michelle LaStarza, Virginia Fuller

Mayor Fuller made a motion to approve the August 31, 2010 minutes seconded by Committeeman Maglio and unanimously carried.

Committeeman Maglio made a motion to approve the vouchers for payment seconded by Committeeman Heigis and unanimously carried. The following bills were approved for payment:

9/15/2010  2151  64 State of New Jersey  6.00 
9/28/2010  2152  42 Beshada, Terry  574.66 
9/28/2010  2153   3 Century Link  66.62 
9/28/2010  2154  43 Cuneo, Betsy  1,001.69 
9/28/2010 2155  44 Dyksen, John  638.80 
9/28/2010  2156  32 Fuller, Raymond   888.94
9/28/2010  2157  17 Fuller, Virginia   296.31
9/28/2010  2158  46 Heigis, James  642.63 
9/28/2010  2159  16 JCP&L  3.30 
9/28/2010  2160  47 LaStarza, M 2, 103.63 
9/28/2010  2161  13 Laddey Clark & Ryan  333.33 
9/28/2010  2162  48 Maglio, Victor  638.51 
9/28/2010  2163  8 Municipal Software, Inc.  100.00 
9/28/2010  2164  15 Sprint  8.10 
9/28/2010  2165  19 Suburban Propane  17.00 
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7,319.52
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7,319.52

Mayor Fuller signed the paperwork for the Municipal Alliance Grant in coordination with Sandyston and Montague Townships. Mayor Fuller read the resolution. Committeeman Maglio made a motion to approve the resolution seconded by Committeeman Heigis and unanimously carried. 

WALPACK TOWNSHIP RESOLUTION


A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION 
FOR THE MUNICIPAL ALLIANCE GRANT FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2011


WHEREAS, the Township Committee of the Township of Walpack, County of Sussex, State of New Jersey recognizes that the abuse of alcohol and drugs is a serious problem in our society amongst persons of all ages; and

WHEREAS, the Township Committee further recognizes that it is incumbent upon not only public officials but upon the entire community to take action to prevent such abuses in our community; and

WHEREAS, the Township Committee has applied for funding to the Governorís Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse through the County of Sussex; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Township Committee of the Township of Walpack, County of Sussex, State of New Jersey hereby recognizes the following:

1. The Township Committee does hereby authorize submission of an application for the Municipal Alliance grant for calendar year 2011 in the amount of $7,564.00 from Drug Enforcement Demand Reduction (DEDR) funds

2. The Township Committee of Sandyston is acting as the lead agency for a consortium that is comprised of the municipalities of Sandyston, Walpack and Montague.

3. The Township Committee acknowledges the terms and conditions for administering the Municipal Alliance grant, including the administrative compliance and audit requirements.

CERTIFICATION

I, Betsy M. Cuneo, Municipal Clerk of the Township of Walpack, County of Sussex, State of New Jersey, do hereby certify the foregoing to be a true and exact copy of a resolution duly adopted by the Township Committee of the Township of Walpack on this 28th day of September 2010.



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Betsy M. Cuneo, RMC
Municipal Clerk

Mayor Fuller informed the committee of a meeting that took place between him and the National Park Service regarding the closing of the last park ranger building in Walpack. Superintendent Donahue stated it wasnít cost effective to continue operations from New Jersey as there was only one person who was working in that building. Mayor Fuller requested the Township be patrolled more frequently and the roads needed more attention regarding mowing and patching. Superintendent Donahue stated there would be more ranger presence. Mayor Fuller commented that Flatbrook Road has been patched and mowing has occurred within the boundaries of the township. 

The committee reviewed the correspondence.

There being no further business to discuss and no one in attendance, Committeeman Maglio made a motion to adjourn seconded by Committeeman Heigis. The meeting was adjourned at 8:21 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,


Betsy M. Cuneo
Municipal Clerk
 

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