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.
Full Meeting
JMF Properties gives proposal
for apartment complex on property
by Third St. and First Ave.
and Train Tracks
Appointment to Board
Debate and Vote
Committee Reports
Riverfest 2016
Public Comments
Bob Lee
Tom Brown