FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP LAND USE BOARD JUNE 24, :00 P.M. REGULAR MEETING

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1 CALL TO ORDER FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP LAND USE BOARD JUNE 24, :00 P.M. REGULAR MEETING The meeting was called to order by Board Chairman, Jay Romania, by announcing that notice appeared in the New Jersey Herald and the New Jersey Sunday Herald in accordance with the requirements of The Open Public Meetings Act. Flag Salute ATTENDANCE Those Present were: Mr. Gstattenbauer, Mr. Larson, Mrs. Albanese, Mrs. Tufaro, Dr. Castimore, Mr. Risdon (arrived at 7:05 p.m.), Mrs. French, Mr. Romania, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Wingle and Mr. Bell. Also present were Mr. Collins, the board attorney, and Mr. Pellow, the board engineer. Those absent: Mr. Dolan (excused) and Mr. Smolen. MINUTES The Minutes of the May 27, 2015 Land Use Board Regular Meeting were reviewed. A Motion was made by Mr. Larson and seconded by Mrs. Tufaro to approve the May 27, 2015 Land Use Board Regular Meeting Minutes. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. BOARD BUSINESS Sub Committee Updates Green Ordinance Committee: There was nothing to report. COAH Committee: There was nothing to report. Open Space Committee for Updates to LUB: There was nothing to report. Master Plan Committee: there was nothing to report. Correspondence: The correspondence was reviewed. No formal action was taken. PUBLIC A Motion was made by Mr. Hahn and seconded by Mrs. Albanese to open this meeting to the public. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. There being no public participation, a Motion was made by Mr. Hahn and seconded by Mrs. Albanese to close this matter to the public. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. ZONING OFFICER S AGENDA The Zoning Report dated June 2015 was reviewed. No formal action was taken.

2 Page 2 of 11 RESOLUTIONS Anthony DeSantis LUB Block 107, Lot East Shore Culver Road C Variance: The Resolution was reviewed. A Motion was made by Mr. Larson and seconded by Mr. Gstattenbauer to approve the Resolution for Anthony DeSantis for a C Variance. Roll Call: YES: 7 Gstattenbauer, Larson, Tufaro, Castimore, French, Romania, Wingle NO: 0 ABSTAIN: 0 The Motion was carried. NEW APPLICATIONS & RESOLUTIONS Frankford Township School LUB Block 25, Lot 23 4 Pines Road Review by Planning Board for Capital Projects Construction of a New Greenhouse & Pole Barn Building on the School Property (Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-31: Mr. Collins indicated that this is a review of a Capital Project pursuant to Section 31 of the Municipal Land Use Law. This is not a site plan or variance before the board. It is simply an advisory review by the Planning Board/Land Use Board of a Capital Plan by a governmental entity, in this case the Board of Education for the Greenhouse and Pole Barn and the next case by the Fire Department for a new Firehouse. This is somewhat informal and all the board s action is a review and advisory commentary to the applicant. Appearing before the board was their engineer, Corey Stoner of Harold Pellow & Associates, and Mr. Rod Crawford, Superintendent of Grounds at Frankford Township School. Mr. Stoner and Mr. Crawford were sworn in by the board attorney. Mr. Stoner gave his qualifications to the board and was accepted as an expert witness. Mr. Stoner indicated that he is before the board this evening for the construction of a Greenhouse project. He further indicated that there have been multiple fundraisers to raise money to construct this Greenhouse in the memory of Amiel Whrli who was a student at Frankford Township who tragically passed away in The Greenhouse project is going to be constructed in his memory, but also act as an interactive classroom for children who attend the Frankford Township School. Mr. Stoner further indicated that there is a second part of the project. They are removing an old storage garage and constructing a new 24 x 32 pole building, which will be done with capital funds through the school. Mr. Stoner referred to his Plot Plan for the overall project. On Pines Road behind the existing Board of Education Office is an existing garage which is in a very old condition and ready to come down. They plan to remove this existing garage and construct a 21 x 40 Greenhouse. This will be located in the raised area behind the Board of Education Office. They have decided to put it in this location because it is central for the elementary School and Middle School to easily access. This area is a flat area. There is an existing garden which will be kept and will be behind the proposed Greenhouse.

3 Page 3 of 11 NEW APPLICATIONS & RESOLUTIONS CONT. Frankford Township School LUB Block 25, Lot 23 4 Pines Road Review by Planning Board for Capital Projects Construction of a New Greenhouse & Pole Barn Building on the School Property (Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-31 cont.: Mr. Stoner indicated that the removal of the existing garage does cause an issue with the school because they use this building for storage of equipment and materials for the grounds. Therefore, the second part of this project will include the construction of a 24 x 32 pole barn structure. The location of this structure is on the opposite side of the school building where they have their maintenance garage entrances. This area is the mowed grassed lawn area outside of the play areas that exist today. It is approximately 200 off the northwestern property line. There is very little grading needed for this area. Mr. Romania questioned if there will be heat and water for the greenhouse. Mr. Stoner indicated that there will be water and heat. Mr. Larson questioned if they will be removing any trees for this construction. Mr. Stoner indicated that the trees have already been removed. Mr. Crawford indicated that they were trimmed for the wires and then where taken down after the last storm. A Motion was made by Dr. Castimore and seconded by Mr. Hahn to open this matter to the public. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. There being no public participation, a Motion was made by Mr. Hahn and seconded by Mr. Risdon to close this matter to the public. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. A Motion was made by Mr. Larson and seconded by Dr. Castimore to approve the Resolution for the Frankford Township School for the Construction of a New Greenhouse and Pole Barn Building on the School Property. Roll Call: YES: 11 Gstattenbauer, Larson, Albanese, Tufaro, Castimore, Risdon, French, Romania, Hahn, Wingle, Bell NO: 0 ABSTAIN: 0 The Motion was carried. Frankford Township Fire Department LUB Block 82, Lot 7 Route 206 Review by Planning Board for Capital Projects Construction of a New Firehouse (Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-31: Mr. Hahn, Mrs. French and Mr. Risdon stepped down from this application. Appearing before the board was the applicant s attorney, Louis Karp, their engineer, Owen Dykstra and Scott Klausterhoff, Lieutenant of the Fire Department and Chairman of the Building Committee for the Fire Department. Mr. Dykstra and Mr. Klausterhoff were sworn in by the board attorney. Mr. Dykstra gave his qualifications to the board and was accepted as an expert witness. Mr. Karp indicated that they are before the board this evening for a Capital Review application for the construction of a firehouse for the Frankford Township Fire Department. He further indicated that the Township will be building the firehouse and turning it over to the fire department to use.

4 Page 4 of 11 NEW APPLICATIONS & RESOLUTIONS CONT. Frankford Township Fire Department LUB Block 82, Lot 7 Route 206 Review by Planning Board for Capital Projects Construction of a New Firehouse (Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-31 cont.: Mr. Klausterhoff indicated that they have outgrown the current firehouse. They are limited on trucks that they can purchase to get them in the building on height and length. At the present time, they have no office space. The new building will allow them office space, storage and more truck facilities and a spare bay to work towards the future in case they have to have another truck. Mr. Pellow indicated that he met with the fire department s engineer on Monday to go over his concerns in his report dated June 22, Mr. Pellow reviewed his report dated June 22, 2015: A. This is a capital review plan for the Frankford Fire Department, and the following items to be included as conditions in the resolution: Paragraph 1: The stormwater management design will be completed by the fire department s engineer, including easements that may be needed from the NJDOT. Paragraph 2: An NJDOT access permit will be required if one has not been obtained. Mr. Dykstra indicated that they will research the existing access and he feels it is a good location because it is where the existing signal is located. Paragraph 3: A grading plan is needed. Paragraph 4: Architectural plans to be submitted. Mr. Pellow indicated that this was submitted this evening. Paragraph 5: Permit to construct a septic system is needed from the County Health Department. Paragraph 6: A lighting and landscape plan to be completed. Paragraph 7: Show pavement details and where paving is needed. Paragraph 8: Show proposed signs and if the existing signal will be used or relocated. Paragraph 9: No variances are required. To be verified by the Applicant s engineer. Mr. Dykstra indicated that no Variances are needed. They are conforming to all the required setbacks. Mr. Dykstra indicated that the site is Tax Block 82, Lot 7. The lot is 7.4 acres and is on the northbound side of Route 206, across the street from the existing firehouse. The property is in the C1 Zone and does conform to the zoning requirements. The proposed building is 13,175 square feet, with a 3,000 square foot mezzanine. The entrance from the highway is from the existing curb cut that exists at the present time. The entrance up into the site will be curbed to approximately to the top of the hill where the firehouse will sit. Since it is steep in this area, a 10% grade, they will be curbing the entrance driveway. Other than that, there will be no other curbing on site. The stormwater runoff will be dissipated into the stormwater facilities around the front. Mr. Dykstra indicated that the site lighting on site will be pole and building mounted. The lighting has not been designed yet. The driveway will loop around the entire facility. The have 57 parking stalls, which is in conformance with the ordinance. The area in the rear will be gravel; the rest of the parking area will be paved. However, this is not been finalized yet. There will be a septic system. They have done the soil tests in the back of the property. They

5 Page 5 of 11 NEW APPLICATIONS & RESOLUTIONS CONT. Frankford Township Fire Department LUB Block 82, Lot 7 Route 206 Review by Planning Board for Capital Projects Construction of a New Firehouse (Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-31 cont.: will also have a well on site to provide water. There will be signage, which has not been designed yet. Mr. Dykstra indicated that the project will be phased. The first phase is the entire site work as well the entire building with the exception of the interior fit up. The interior fit up includes: Club room, kitchen, conference room and the administrative area. Mr. Bell questioned if one driveway is sufficient for entering and existing the property. Mr. Dykstra indicated that it is; the driveway is very wide. Mr. Pellow does not feel the DOT will give them another access area on this lot. He feels that one is good. Mr. Romania questioned the applicant if they plan to utilize the old firehouse once this is constructed. Mr. Klausterhoff indicated that their plan is to sell the old firehouse and use the funds from the sale to finish the administrative offices. A Motion was made by Dr. Castimore and seconded by Mrs. Albanese to open this matter to the public. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. Appearing before the board was Alan Wehner of 1 Perry Trail. Mr. Wehner was sworn in by the board attorney. Mr. Wehner indicated that he is a neighbor of this property and was concerned about the lighting and also he was concerned that the fire department clear cut the property. He was also concerned about the paving and the parking of 57 vehicles, which he feels is an excessive amount of parking for a firehouse. Mr. Dykstra indicated that the lights will be facing downward. He further indicated that the area that Mr. Wehner is located is just driveway and he will not have any lighting there. Mr. Romania indicated that there is a row of trees shown on the plan, is that trees the fire department will be planting. Mr. Dykstra indicated that that is the remainder of the woods. Mr. Wehner indicated that there are only about 5 trees there, the woods were literally clear cut. Mrs. Albanese questioned as to why there are so many parking spaces. Mr. Klausterhoff indicated that it depends on how many people show up. You could have 12 people show for a fire or you could have 35 people show up. He further indicated if there is a natural disaster, there could be more people. Mr. Gstattenbauer suggested that the fire department consider putting up trees to shield the view from the neighbors. Mr. Klausterhoff indicated that they could put some more tree plantings in this area. Appearing before the board was Tracey Lacopo of 9 Perry Trail. Ms. Lacopo was sworn in by the board attorney. She was also concerned about the clear cutting and the lighting. She is concerned since the Fire Department clear cut the property and paving the parking lot that she will have drainage problems. Mr. Dykstra indicated that the stormwater from the Fire Department s property flows away from her property. Appearing before the board was Frank Marino of 5 Perry Trial. Mr. Marino was sworn in by the board attorney. Mr. Perry agreed with his neighbors and had the same concerns. Appearing before the board was Stella Wehner of 1 Perry Trail. Ms. Wehner was sworn in by the board attorney. She questioned if there will be recreational activities on this property such as fund raisers, dances, pig roasts, etc. Mr. Larson indicated that this was considered by the fire department. She is concerned about her privacy with these events. She would like the board to consider some fencing or landscaping in this area.

6 Page 6 of 11 NEW APPLICATIONS & RESOLUTIONS CONT. Frankford Township Fire Department LUB Block 82, Lot 7 Route 206 Review by Planning Board for Capital Projects Construction of a New Firehouse (Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-31 cont.: Appearing before the board was Tracy Lacopo. Ms. Lacopo was also concerned that there are no variances needed for this project and no notice to the neighbors since it is a Capital Project. She is very concerned about this. Appearing before the board was Mike Fox. Mr. Fox was sworn in by the board attorney. He indicated that he is currently President of the Frankford Fire Department. He indicated that there was a sign in front of this property for approximately 10 years that the new firehouse was coming. As Mr. Klausterhoff said, they need to move up and upgrade. The existing building does not meet PEOSHA codes. They need to bring their existing building up to code, which is almost impossible. He feels attempts were made with regard to the clearing to keep the buffer zone. He further indicated that they are meeting all the regulations of the Frankford Township Code and no variances are needed. He also stated that there is no ordinance in Frankford Township for clear cutting your lot. He referred to the concern about the parking spaces. He indicated that they do have meetings that include not only their membership, but other departments. He was told that this may become a polling place for elections, which will need additional parking. They need parking designated for fire crews to respond, separate from parking that is available for public for those types of events. He referred to the concern about the lighting. Their plan is to put in the lighting that is required, but their own thought is to keep the lighting to a minimum. He referred to the landscaping and buffer zone concerns. He indicated that when they design the landscaping plan, they will certainly keep in mind the concerns of the neighbors. There being no further public participation, a Motion was made by Dr. Castimore and seconded by Mrs. Albanese to close this matter to the public. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. A Motion was made by Mr. Larson and seconded by Dr. Castimore to approve the Resolution for the Frankford Township Fire Department for the construction of a new Fire House, subject to the review of all the details in Mr. Pellow s report dated June 22, 2015 by Mr. Pellow who will continue to review the project as it progresses. Roll Call: YES: 8 Gstattenbauer, Larson, Albanese, Tufaro, Castimore, Romania, Wingle, Bell NO: 0 ABSTAIN: 0 The Motion was carried. Mr. Hahn, Mr. Risdon and Mrs. French returned to the meeting. NEW APPLICATIONS Thomas Nicos LUB Block 168, Lot Route 206 C & D Variance, Planning Variance, Nonconformance Certificate and Minor Site Plan for Sign: Mr. Larson and Dr. Castimore stepped down from this application and left the meeting.

7 Page 7 of 11 NEW APPLICATIONS CONT. Thomas Nicos LUB Block 168, Lot Route 206 C & D Variance, Planning Variance, Nonconformance Certificate and Minor Site Plan for Sign cont.: Appearing before the board was the applicant s attorney, William Haggerty, and the applicant, Thomas Nicos. Mr. Nicos was sworn in by the board attorney. Mr. Pellow reviewed his report dated May 20, 2015 as to completeness: ITEM 3 Certification of taxes, liens, assessments paid. May taxes are due. The board secretary indicated that the taxes were paid. ITEM 7: Compliance with legal notice requirements. Mr. Collins indicated that the notice was sufficient. ITEM 11: A recent photograph of the property. Mr. Haggerty submitted to the board Exhibits A-1 through A-4 which are photographs of the site. A Motion was made by Mr. Risdon and seconded by Mr. Hahn to deem this application complete. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. Mr. Haggerty indicated that this application is essentially for a replacement sign (billboard) on the subject site. The sign historically has been there. The contractors made a mistake by taking it down all together. The applicant is trying to replace the sign that was there. He submitted to the board a google map back in the 90 s which shows an outline of the sign. The owner of the property has owned the property for approximately 27 years and he will testify that the sign has been there since he owned it. Mr. Haggerty indicated that the sign is an approved sign by the State of New Jersey, which he pays licensing fees to for this sign. Mr. Pellow continued reviewing his report: Paragraph 1: The applicant is proposing a sign on his lot to match the size of the sign that was there before. I have seen nothing to verify what was there before. Mr. Haggerty indicated that the google map submitted with the packet shows the existing sign. Paragraph 2: An on-site inspection revealed a sign has already been installed. The applicant states in the same location. I have seen nothing to verify this statement. Paragraph 3: The lot is located in the CED-1 Zone, and the following variances are needed: a) Size of Sign: 24 SF permitted and 74 SF proposed; b) Height of Sign: 6 ft. permitted and ft. proposed; c) Setback from Right-of-way Line: 30 ft. required and 13.6 ft. proposed; d) The sign is advertising a business not located on this property. Paragraph 4: The new sign will be illuminated show details. Should be LED lighting. Also, a stone planter is proposed. An on-site inspection revealed the wood posts are not an equal distance from each other, and there are three of them. The detail depicts two 5 x5 x3/16 steel columns in concrete. Paragraph 6: Key map to change C-1 to CED-1 Zone. The applicant agreed. Paragraph 7: Signs must be constructed in accordance with the State Uniform Construction Code and be of desirable materials, maintained in good condition and not allowed to become dilapidated. Jeff Fette to comment.

8 Page 8 of 11 NEW APPLICATIONS CONT. Thomas Nicos LUB Block 168, Lot Route 206 C & D Variance, Planning Variance, Nonconformance Certificate and Minor Site Plan for Sign cont.: Paragraph 8: What will be written on the sign: Need sketch. Where is the property the sign is advertising. Paragraph 9: Are there too many signs on Route 206 that advertise uses not on the lot where the sign exists? Mr. Nicos indicated that he is the owner of the property and has owned it for 15 years. He also owns the adjoining property since 1988, which is the location of the Jumboland Restaurant. Since 1988 the sign on the property was continuously there up until the time his contractors took it down about a year ago. He had no knowledge that the contractors were going to take the sign down and replace it. They were supposed to repair the existing sign. He further indicated that the sign that was replaced is in the same location of the old sign and it is the same height, dimensions and width. He is proposing to take this newly constructed sign down and replace it with a digital sign advertising local business. He does pay an annual fee to the State of New Jersey for the sign being in this location. He indicated that since the proposed sign is digital it will be available for public announcements, emergencies, etc. He further stated that the old sign was in a deteriorated condition. The old sign was a wooden sign. The new sign does have footings for the wood posts. He does not know why the contractors did not evenly install the wooden posts on the new sign. Mr. Nico s indicated that he collected a monthly rental fee from the sign company to have this sign on his property. He no longer wants to rent the property and wants to install a digital sign himself to advertise local businesses. Mr. Haggerty indicated that historically this sign has been in the same location for approximately 27 years. The board had a lengthy discussion as to the size and location of the proposed sign. It was agreed to have the applicant come back next month with details of the proposed signage. A Motion was made by Mrs. Albanese and seconded by Mr. Bell to carry this matter to the July 22, 2015 Land Use Board without further notice. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. Ron Hamilton LUB Block 48, Lot Cook Road D Variance & Preliminary & Final Site Plan: Mr. Wingle stepped down from this application. Appearing before the board was the applicant, Ron Hamilton, and the owner of the property, Richard Wingle. Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Wingle were sworn in by the board attorney. Mr. Hamilton indicated that the subject site was recently a landscape supply facility and he is requesting to turn the site into an auto body repair shop. He does not plan to do anything outside the building. The entire operation will be done inside the building. He is proposing no renovation inside the building. He will be installing a pre-fabricated paint booth inside, together with a room that will house all the paint materials. There is a pre-existing sign on the building, which he will be utilizing, just changing the name.

9 Page 9 of 11 NEW APPLICATIONS CONT. Ron Hamilton LUB Block 48, Lot Cook Road D Variance & Preliminary & Final Site Plan cont.: Mr. Pellow reviewed his report dated May 21, 2015 as to completeness: ITEM 7: Compliance with legal notice requirements. Mr. Collins indicated that the notice was sufficient. ITEM 9: Listing of all variances, design standards and checklist waivers. Use LI Zone Regulations. Mr. Hamilton agreed to revise the map. ITEM 10: Copies of all prior resolutions pertaining to this property. Mr. Pellow indicated that this was submitted. ITEM 15: Copy of Sussex County Health Department application. Is the septic system satisfactory for the proposed use. Mr. Pellow indicated that Mr. Smart should verify the septic is satisfactory. ITEM 78: Graphic/written description of area surrounding the site so the prevailing zoning and actual uses in the area are clear. Mr. Hamilton indicated that this was submitted. ITEM 79: A description of any alternatives that were considered. Mr. Hamilton indicated that this was submitted. ITEM 80: A statement or legal brief which clarifies why the variance should be granted. Mr. Hamilton indicated that this was submitted. A Motion was made by Mr. Hahn and seconded by Mr. Risdon to deem this application complete. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. Mr. Pellow continued reviewing his report: Paragraph 1: The applicant is proposing an auto body repair facility in the former Wingle landscape supply building which is in the LI Zone. Paragraph 2: Schedule A of the Township ordinance lists garages/repair as a conditional use in the LI Zone, and motor vehicles/carwash as a non-permitted use. The applicant s professionals to indicate which use dos this fall under. I believe that it is vague, and it should be a non-permitted use. Mr. Collins agreed that this is a nonpermitted use and the applicant is applying for a D Variance. Paragraph 3: The map submitted by Eric Smart, L.S. is an as-built plan and as long as no grading takes place or other outside improvements, wetland permits, and wetland and transition permits will not be needed, as the lot is surrounded by wetlands include in resolution. Mr. Hamilton indicated that there are no changes. Paragraph 4: The LI Zone data shown on the survey map are incorrect. Revise these conditions. Paragraph 6: How many employees will there be and where will they park? Mr. Wingle indicated that on the site plan, it depicts 8 parking spaces and in the rear is a handicapped spot because there are stairs in front of the building. Paragraph 7: What are the hours of operation? Mr. Hamilton indicated 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

10 Page 10 of 11 NEW APPLICATIONS CONT. Ron Hamilton LUB Block 48, Lot Cook Road D Variance & Preliminary & Final Site Plan cont.: Paragraph 8: Where will vehicles be stored that will be repaired, and where will they be stored after they are repaired. Need approximate number. Mr. Hamilton indicated there will be no more than 10 vehicles at a time with 3 inside and 7 outside in the parking lot in back in the gravel area. They will never be in the front parking area. Paragraph 9: Explain by using a floor plan how the operation will work. Also, show offices and bathrooms. For painting, discuss the State, Federal, and County codes that have to be followed. Mr. Hamilton submitted to the board Exhibit A-1 which is an interior floor plan and Exhibit A-2 and A-3 which is a floor plan of the spray booth and storage area for the paint. Paragraph 10: Will any renovation be done on the building or in the building. Mr. Wingle indicated that no renovations will be done. Paragraph 11: There are many stored items in the area behind the building. Will these all be removed from the site? What will happen to the existing storage containers? Mr. Wingle indicated that all stored items will be removed along with the rear 4 containers since they extend over the property line. The smaller 4 containers are in sound condition, so they intend to leave them on the site. Mr. Pellow indicated that this should be on the revised map. Paragraph 12: Need parking space calculations as per the ordinance. There are eight (8) existing spaces, but no handicap space one is needed. Mr. Hamilton indicated that this has been done. Paragraph 13: What will be placed on the existing sign? Mr. Hamilton indicated that he is not replacing the signs, just the name. He will be utilizing the same sign. Mr. Collins questioned Mr. Hamilton about the module spray booth and storage of the paint, if they are designed to meet the air pollution control requirements. Mr. Hamilton indicated that they are and further indicated that these units need to be inspected by the State once he installs them. A Motion was made by Mr. Hahn and seconded by Mr. Risdon to open this matter to the public. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. There being no public participation, a Motion was made by Mr. Risdon and seconded by Mrs. Albanese to close this matter to the public. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. A Motion was made by Mr. Risdon and seconded by Mr. Hahn to approve the D Variance request and Preliminary & Final Site Plan subject to the conditions discussed this evening and subject to Harold Pellow s report dated May 21, Also, with a condition that the vehicles being repaired will be in the building or stored in the rear gravel area behind the building and will not be in the front yard and will not be visible from the street. Roll Call: YES: 8 Gstattenbauer, Albanese, Tufaro, Risdon, French, Romania, Hahn, Bell NO: 0 ABSTAIN: 0 The Motion was carried.

11 Page 11 of 11 Mr. Wingle returned to the meeting. BOARD BUSINESS CONT: Invoices: A Motion was made by Mr. Wingle and seconded by Mr. Gstattenbauer to approve the June, 2015 Invoices on the Bill list attached hereto and made a part hereof. Roll Call: YES: 9 Gstattenbauer, Albanese, Tufaro, Risdon, French, Romania, Hahn, Wingle, Bell NO: 0 ABSTAIN: 0 The Motion was carried. ADJOURN: A Motion was made by Mr. Risdon and seconded by Mr. Bell to adjourn the meeting. All were in favor. The Motion was carried. Respectfully submitted, SHARON M. YAROSZ Land Use Administrator

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