TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING 114 BRIDGETON PIKE, MULLICA HILL NJ SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 AT 7:30 P.M.

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1 TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING 114 BRIDGETON PIKE, MULLICA HILL NJ SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 AT 7:30 P.M. MINUTES OPENING: Mayor Manzo called the meeting to order at 7:37 p.m., which was held at the Municipal Building. ROLL CALL: Diane Malloy, Municipal Clerk, called the roll which resulted in the following Present: Deputy Mayor Clowney, Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Mayor Manzo. Absent: Committeeman Diggons. Others present: Administrator Mark Gravinese, Deputy Administrator Dennis Chambers, Police Chief Thomas Mills, WWTP Operator Mike Gonserkevis, Township Solicitor Brian Duffield and John Cantwell, Municipal Engineer. Gloucester County Liaison: Lisa Cerini OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT ANNOUNCEMENT: Ms. Malloy read the following statement: In compliance with Chapter 231 of the Public Laws of 1975, notice of this meeting was given by way of annual notice filed with the South Jersey Times and the Courier Post newspapers and posted on the bulletin board in the municipal building on January 4 TH FLAG SALUTE: Mayor Manzo called for a moment of recognition for our troops, followed by the flag salute. PROCLAMATION: HONORING DEPUTY MUNICIPAL CLERK CAROL L. PUSZTAY RETIRING SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 AFTER TWENTY-THREE YEARS OF SERVICE. Committeeman Heim read aloud a proclamation recognizing Ms. Pusztay and her accomplishments throughout the years. The Mayor, Township Committeeman and Ms. Malloy congratulated Ms. Pusztay on her retirement and for her years of service. Mayor Manzo publicly thanked Ms. Pusztay and acknowledged that her retirement will be a loss to the township. PROCLAMATION: HONORING LIEUTENANT DAVID WINGATE RETIRING SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 AFTER THIRTY-FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE. Deputy Mayor Clowney read aloud a proclamation honoring Lt. Wingate for his thirty-five years of service. Lt. Wingate was not present, so the proclamation was given to Chief Mills who publicly recognized Lt. Wingate for his dedication to the township of Harrison and his overall accomplished career. Mayor Manzo spoke of the longevity of the Lt. s tenure, who played a vital roll in molding the younger officers of Harrison Township. RESOLUTION NO RESOLUTION BY THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON, IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY AUTHORIZING THE APPOINTMENT OF DANEEN D. FUSS AS DEPUTY MUNICIPAL CLERK FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON (Interpretive Statement: Appointing a Deputy Municipal Clerk in light of the September 30, 2013 retirement of Deputy Municipal Clerk Carol L. Pusztay) Committeeman Shearer made a motion to adopt, seconded by Deputy Mayor Clowney. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. Ms. Fuss was sworn into office by Mayor Manzo. Mayor called for a short recess at 7:52 and re-adjourned at 7:59 p.m. PRIVILEGE OF THE FLOOR: Deputy Mayor Clowney made a motion to open the floor to the public, seconded by Committeeman Heim; motion carried. Vicki Gaunt, 485 Woodruff Trail Ms. Gaunt confirmed that she will be moving from the township within a few months; the Mayor and Township Committee wished her the best. Ms. Gaunt referenced the informal September 9 th meeting during which Committeeman Heim opened the floor to residents with questions about the Henry Harry Landfill. Ms. Gaunt inquired about a meeting at the landfill which included members of DEP.

2 SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 Page 2 of 7 Ms. Gaunt reported that her source at DEP claims that state departments are coming together to address some of the issues within the landfill; and that the state supersedes the township with regard to the landfill closure; she believes DEP is not conducting tests and tests are being conducted only by SLRD s engineer. Mayor Manzo took exception to an insinuation that the DEP and SLRD s engineer may be falsifying reports; and explained the random testing procedure. Jon Landi, 333 Harrisonville Road Asked for confirmation on the time line for closing the landfill, and for specifications on the height and acreage. Mr. Heim reported that township committee is unable to respond; Mayor Manzo provided information on the maximum height at closure, noting that the closure process is not necessarily something that can be pinpointed. The Mayor went on to explain his experience in questioning the closure plan during his first year as mayor; and why certain materials are permitted while others are not. The Mayor explained that a private business working to make a profit with DEP oversight does not fall under local jurisdiction, and the township never owned the property. David Weiss, 323 Harrisonville Road Asked for verification with regard to the landfill height. Mr. Duffield reported that an engineer was recently appointed to do a topographical survey of the landfill as it stood at the time of the study. Any amendments to the maximum closure height would require DEP approval. Committeeman Heim and Mayor Manzo reminded those present that the governing body advocates for the residents and will continue to do so, regardless of the situation. Warren Fabrizio, 110 Bridgeton Pike Asked if the lights in town are engineered to shine into people s bedroom windows. Mayor Manzo asked Mr. Chambers to look into the lighting concern expressed by Mr. Fabrizio. Committeeman Shearer motioned to close the public portion, seconded by Deputy Mayor Clowney; motion carried. Mayor Manzo called for a recess at 9:35 p.m. and re-adjourned at 9:45 p.m. PAYMENT OF THE BILLS Motion: Committeeman Shearer Second: Committeeman Heim. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. REPORTS OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES: COUNTY LIAISON S REPORT Mayor Manzo reported that the tunnel project is on hold pending receipt of additional state funding. He reported that he is working with County Officials to minimize the traffic issues caused by the Raccoon Creek Bridge Project. The committee is hopeful that in addition to recent change in timing, a left turn signal will be added to the traffic device at Rt 322 and Rt 45, in order to minimize delays. Committeeman Heim asked that the green light be extended for traffic coming West on Rt 322; Dennis Chambers will contact the County engineer to discuss the matter further. Chief Mills will see that traffic in the area is monitored ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION Committee Member Heim deferred to Mr.Gonserkevis who reported that the Commission is working to improve their marketing, particularly with regard to the Commission s workshops. Committeeman Heim reported that members of the Commission would like to become more involved with the landfill. Committeeman Heim went on discuss the September 9 th meeting during which residents were presented with an open forum during which they expressed their concerns with the landfill. Committeeman Heim reported that DEP representatives are willing to meet with township officials to discuss resident s concerns. A follow-up meeting would then be held for members of public to provide information and clear up misconceptions among residents. Committeeman Heim is working with the landfill owner to address road debris and excessive noise during what should be non-working hours.

3 SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 Page 3 of 7 Committeeman Heim made a motion to open the meeting to the public, seconded Committeeman Shearer. Jessie Price, 227 Bishop Road Asked if SLRD has escrows in place with the DEP, to which Mr. Heim responded, confirming that DEP released escrow funds several years ago. Committeeman Heim made a motion to close the floor to public comment, which was seconded by Deputy Mayor Clowney. RECREATION COMMISSION Vice Chair Walters reported on the success of recent events and the schedule of upcoming events. Mr. Gravinese reported that the tree lighting committee held their kick-off meeting and they are looking forward to increased involvement from the merchants. PARKS & OPEN SPACE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (POSAC) Nothing to report ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL Mr. Gravinese reported EDC has been working with the merchants to promote the property tax reward program. Merchants interest has peaked since the initial meeting during which the program was introduced. The Mayor suggested that the Amish Market be permitted to display their signature horse and buggy when renovating the existing signs; and to display a life-sized image just outside of the shopping center entrance on Rt 322. HISTORIC PRESERVATION Mr. Gravinese reported on activities by the Historical Society in lieu of the Historic Preservation Commission. Mayor Manzo asked whether the signs for Romeo, LLC were approved, to which Mr. Knisely replied. The Mayor asked if the new pet salon received approval for their wooden sign. Mr. Knisely reported that approval was not necessary as the new owner used the existing hardware. LIAISON TO CLEARVIEW REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION - Deputy Mayor Clowney reported the Superintendent Horchak expects changes to the bus route along High Street. Chief Mills reported that the transportation supervisor contacted his office asking about Bus Stop Ahead signs along High Street. LIAISON TO HARRISON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION Committee Member Diggons absent LIAISON TO BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS Committee Member Heim has nothing to report. LIAISON TO MULLICA HILL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION Administrator Gravinese already covered ADHOC Committee Member Heim reported that Mr. Gravinese is working with State and County officials to improve signage in the area of the pond. Hydro Raking is complete and the Committee looks forward to a dedication ceremony. VETERANS COMMISSION Deputy Mayor Clowney reported that the banners arrived and were hung in recognition of the Wm Wilt Ceremony. The banners will be removed and hung again as Veteran s Day approaches. REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES: BOARD OF HEALTH Report on file COMMUNICATIONS Administrator Gravinese and Ms. Malloy are meeting with officials from Manna Design tomorrow to discuss the new website. Mayor Manzo would like to see the Township calendar in print, and asked Mr. Gravinese to contact Michele Vallone at Fulton Bank to discuss a sponsorship. PUBLIC PROPERTY Deputy Administrator Chambers is working with Mullica Hill Farms residents to address the condition of the roads within the development.

4 SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 Page 4 of 7 Mr. Chambers discussed the proposals presented by R&V for the municipal parking lot and the drainage issues at Harwood Grove. Committeeman Heim made a motion to approve the proposal for Harwood Grove. seconded by Deputy Mayor Clowney Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. Committeeman Heim made a motion to approve the proposal for the Municipal Parking lot, seconded by Deputy Mayor Clowney. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. John Cantwell was unable to establish a firm timeline for the projects. Discussion was had with regard to the street lamps on Main Street, as well as the restoration of brick and base work. Mayor Manzo complimented Mr. Chambers on work done along Main Street in preparation for September s Second Saturday event. PUBLIC SAFETY Chief Mills provided a synopsis of his report, adding that stationary radar patrols continue through-out the township. Committeeman Heim reported that motorists are rushing to get out at Walter s Road on to the bypass; the added hazard is a direct result of the Rt 322 road closure. Committeeman Shearer inquired about the large robbery recovery from a recent robbery from a residential home. All property was returned to the rightful owner. Chief Mills reported that the light at the Old Mill is on a constant green; however the fire trucks at Harmony have been moved in such a way that the trucks are triggering the red light. Captain Bartholomew is working with the Deputy Chief to resolve the issue. WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATIONS REPORT Mike Gonserkevis report indicated the Chlorination project is nearing completion. Mr. Gonserkevis is working with Mr. Duffield for status on the Wastewater Treatment Plan from the County. WASTE MANAGEMENT Deputy Administrator Chambers has nothing to report. FINANCE Mr. Gravinese reported that funding options continue to be explored for various projects. TRICO JOINT INSURANCE FUND Mr. Gravinese has nothing more to report. LPAC Nothing to report at this time. ORDINANCES & RESOLUTIONS: ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND COMMITTEE OF TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON, COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, STATE OF NEW JERSEY AMENDING CHAPTER 145 ENTITLED NOISE OF THE CODE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON First Reading September 3, 2013, Public Hearing September 16, (Interpretive Statement: Amending the requirements governing the construction or repair of buildings and excavation of a quarry / landfill) Motion to Open to the public: Deputy Mayor Clowney. Second: Committeeman Shearer. Mayor explained that the Ordinance changes the acceptable times for construction and excavation. Chris Knisely, 72 N. Main Street Explained that the extended construction times in the existing Ordinance were established to allow for work during the earlier hours in the summer. He reported exception to the reference noting Sunday as a day of worship, complaining that it is discriminatory and construction should be permitted both on Saturdays as well as Sundays from 9-1:00 p.m..; Committeeman Shearer would very much like to see construction limited on weekends and supports the limitations being imposed by the amendment. Mr. Knisely feels the noise from lawnmowers and leaf blowers can be equally as disturbing as construction noise. Vince GAngemi, 508 Angie s Place confirmed that this Ordinance does not relate to agriculture.

5 SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 Page 5 of 7 Jessie Price, 227 Bishop Road Requested clarification on construction hours. Robert Schuman, 74 N. Main Street - requested clarification on whether this ordinance pertains to routine lawn care or simply construction, to which Mayor responded. Deputy Mayor Clowney made a motion to close the public comment portion, seconded by Committeeman Shearer. Committeeman Shearer made a motion to adopt, seconded by Committeeman Heim Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON, COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, STATE OF NEW JERSEY TO AMEND THE CODE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON AND ADOPT A NEW ZONING MAP OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON 1 st Reading September 16, 2013, public hearing October 7, 2013 (Interpretive Statement: Selfexplanatory). Motion to adopt on first reading made by Committeeman Heim and seconded by Committeeman Shearer. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND COMMITTEE OF TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON, COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, STATE OF NEW JERSEY AMENDING CHAPTER 119 ENTITLED FIRE PREVENTION OF THE CODE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON. 1 st Reading September 16, 2013, public hearing October 7, 2013 (Interpretive Statement: Exempting the Township of Harrison from any annual and/or inspection fee(s) assessed by the Bureau of Fire Prevention) Motion to adopt made by Committeeman Heim, seconded by Deputy Mayor Clowney. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND COMMITTEE OF TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON, COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, STATE OF NEW JERSEY AUTHORIZING THE VACATION OF A PORTION OF WALTERS ROAD PURSUANT TO N.J.S.A. 40:67-1, ET SEQ. WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON 1 st Reading September 16, 2013, public hearing October 21, 2013 (Interpretive Statement: Vacating a portion of Walters Road a portion of Walters Road from SH Route 322 to Theresa Drive, which was removed in conjunction with the planning, design and construction of the Bypass; and is now vacant land and no longer needed or utilized as a public roadway). Committeeman Shearer made a motion to table this Ordinance to the meeting of October 7, Committeeman Heim seconded the motion. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND COMMITTEE OF TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON, COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, STATE OF NEW JERSEY AMENDING CHAPTER 189 ENTITLED STREETS AND SIDEWALKS OF THE CODE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON TO CREATE A NEW ARTICLE III ENTITLED TRASH, DEBRIS AND OBSTRUCTIONS 1 st Reading September 16, 2013, public hearing October 7, 2013 (Interpretive Statement: prohibiting the deposit of mud, dirt, and/or other material on the roadways, streets, public right-of-ways, etc. which may create a safety hazard for pedestrians and motorists, and to reduce the amount of sediment and debris that may otherwise enter storm sewers and/or pollute the waters of the Township.). Committeeman Heim made a motion to adopt, seconded by Committeeman Shearer. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo.

6 SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 Page 6 of 7 ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON AMENDING CHAPTER PROHIBITING PARKING ON ONE SIDE OF THE INTERNAL ROADWAYS WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION KNOWN AS DEVONSHIRE GREEN IN THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON 1 st Reading September 16, 2013, public hearing October 7, (Interpretive Statement: Creating a no parking zone along one side of all internal roadways within the residential subdivision known as Devonshire Green) Mayor Manzo suggested that parking also be limited within 20 to 30 of the pump station. Committeeman Heim motioned for the first reading on this Ordinance to be tabled until the meeting of October 7, The motion was seconded by Deputy Mayor Clowney. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. RESOLUTION NO RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON, IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY AUTHORIZING A TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY ( LIGHTS ON MAIN ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30, 2013 (Interpretive Statement: Authorizing the tree lighting event and road closing for Saturday November 30, 2013). Motion to adopt: Committeeman Heim. Second: Committeeman Shearer. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. RESOLUTION NO RESOLUTION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON AWARDING CONTRACT TO ASPHALT PAVING SYSTEMS, INC. FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF CHATHAM LANE, UPON RECOMMENDATION BY THE TOWNSHIP ENGINEER. (Interpretive Statement: Awarding a contract to Asphalt Paving Systems in the amount of $167,995.00). Motion to adopt: Deputy Mayor Clowney. Second: Committeeman Heim. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. RESOLUTION NO RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON GRANTING LIEUTENANT DAVID M. WINGATE PERMISSION TO PURCHASE HIS SERVICE FIREARM (SIG SAUER P229,.40 CAL. SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL SERIAL NUMBER AG19282) UPON HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE HARRISON TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT ON SEPTEMBER 30, 2013 (Interpretive Statement: Authorizing Lt. Wingate to purchase his service firearm at a cost of $200.00). Motion to adopt: Deputy Mayor Clowney. Second: Committeeman Heim. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. RESOLUTION NO RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF HARRISON SUPPORTING THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION S RECOMMENDATION THAT A PORTION OF RT 322 IN THE VICINITY OF MILE POST 15.8 BE DEEMED A NO PASSING ZONE (Interpretive Statement: Providing a Resolution of Support to NJDOT based upon their traffic investigation on Route 322 in the area of mile post 15.8) Motion to adopt: Deputy Mayor Clowney. Second: Committeeman Heim. Committeeman Heim reported that they did discuss the change with State officials, however if Township Committee wishes to make changes along the portion or Rt 322 near Clems Run, they must contact County officials. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. ENGINEER S REPORT Mr. Cantwell s report has been submitted, nothing further. ADMINISTRATORS REPORT: Mr. Gravinese and Housing Official Mike Brewer are addressing the issues at Brookside Farms as the improvements previously agreed to have been slow or non-existent.

7 SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 Page 7 of 7 Upon request of the administrator, Deputy Mayor Clowney made a motion to waive fees for Richwood UMC to move their flag. Second: Committeeman Shearer. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. Committeeman Heim motioned to allow posting of signs for the upcoming Ghost walk, seconded by Committeeman Shearer, motion carried. Deputy Mayor Clowney made a motion to approve a request from Nancy Kowalik to use the township bus to conduct a tour of luxury houses pending her compliance with the township s bus regulations. Second: Committeeman Shearer. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. MUNICIPAL CLERKS REPORT: Ms. Malloy provided information on the upcoming Mayor s Association Dinner, as well as the next Inversand Fossil Dig Event. Township Committee members were invited to a luncheon September 30 th in honor of Carol Pusztay s retirement. Ms. Malloy reminded those present of the upcoming Special General Election. At the request of Ms. Malloy, Deputy Mayor Clowney made a motion to approve a raffle and bingo event October 17, 2013 being held by the parents of PVS Class of Committeeman Shearer seconded the motion. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yes = 4). Yes: Committeeman Heim, Committeeman Shearer, Deputy Mayor Clowney, Mayor Manzo. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Nothing to report OTHER MATTERS: Mayor Manzo congratulated Mr. Duffield on his recent induction to the Gloucester County College Hall of Fame. PRIVILEGE OF THE FLOOR: Committeeman Heim made a motion to open the floor for public comment, seconded by Committeeman Shearer, motion carried. Chris Knisely, 72 N. Main Street Asked if the concrete around the new lights can be stained. Mr. Chambers replied that staining the concrete in lieu of painting is worth trying. He went on to report on street light outages and expressed dismay that the township is still required to pay for maintenance on the light, even when they are not operational. Mr. Chambers explained the process for reporting outages and suggested that Mr. Knisely provide pole numbers to his office so that they may follow-up. Mr. Knisely complained of the number of unapproved signs within the community and asked that Ms. Champion be offered assistance in pulling illegal signs. Anthony DiFabio, 108 Carrie Lynne Ct. - thanked Township Committee for addressing the traffic issues at Rt 322 and Rt 45. He feels that Walters Road traffic must be addressed as well because it is dangerous when Soccer practices are let out. Committeeman Shearer made a motion to close the public comment portion, Deputy Mayor Clowney, motion carried. NEW BUSINESS: Nothing at this time ADJOURNMENT OF MEETING: Committeeman Shearer made a motion to adjourn at 10:31 p.m., seconded by Committeeman Heim, motion carried. Respectfully Submitted, Diane L. Malloy, R.M.C. Municipal Clerk