|Highlights of January 26th 2016 Raritan Borough Council Meeting|
There were two comments from the public. All council people were present.|
The meeting was broadcast on "Cablevision-Optimum" Channel 15.
Meetings are not yet broadcast on "Verizon FIOS" - that is probably a couple of months away.
|Meeting Highlights Include:|
Edward Ruzbarsky and Joyce Tronolone were appointed as Alternates to the Historical and Cultural Committee.
Karen Mirra was appointed to a three year term on The Board of Health.
This appointment required Consent of Council. She was approved 4-1-1 with
Councilman Foohey voting "No" and Councilman Sibilia "Abstaining".
The developer of Stone Bridge at Raritan was granted a reduction in the amount of his
Performance Bond from $1,339,612 to $206,014. This is because much of the work has been completed.
$920 was refunded for railroad parking permits.
Gabe Ruffi, who had previously served as a junior firefighter, was appointed a regular firefighter.
Charles Schalk of the firm Mauro, Savo, Camerino, Grant & Schalk was appointed Municipal Prosecuter.
He will serve one year for an annual retainer fee of $8000.
He replaces Matthew Moench who was just appointed last month but had to resign.
Council President Denise Carra commended the great work done by Public Works on the snow removal.
A Purchase Order for the Fire Department was approved:
$470,000 for a new Fire Truck.
|JMF Properties gives proposal
for apartment complex on property
by Third St. and First Ave.
and Train Tracks
|Appointment to Board
Debate and Vote