Minutes: April 17, 2014

Mr. Sokolewicz, Chair, called the meeting to order at 7:09 p.m.

Statement of Compliance

Pursuant to the Open Public Meetings Act, Chapter 231 P.L., 1975, adequate notice as defined in Section 3D of Chapter 231, P.L. 1975, had been forwarded to the New Jersey Herald on January 23, 2014. Notice is also posted on the bulletin board and filed with the office of the Township Clerk.

Roll Call of Members

Charles BatesP
Christopher HankeP
Stephen SokolewiczP
Ted LaabsP
Andrew BorisukP
Carol Gunn KadishP

Meeting Opened to the Public

No one came forward.

Applications to Review

There were no applications to review.


Regular Meeting: March 20, 2014.

The above minutes were reviewed and accepted by all members.

Old Business

Glenwood Historic Area

With reference to the presentation on Glenwood, Charles Bates to set up a work session meeting with the town council to present the concept of the Glenwood historical area.

Status of Drew/Walker Homesteads

The history of the homestead has been received. Charles Bates sent out the application on April 3, 2014, but it has not been received as yet. After the paperwork is completed, the HPC will review.

The Walker homestead application is on temporary hold.


Steve Sokolewicz indicated that Justin Annunziati would be available for an interview to become a member. Wayne McCabe, the Sussex County historian, will come on May 22, 2014 to make a presentation.

Vernon United Methodist Church

An initial interest was indicated in early February 2014, and Charles Bates has made several inquiries but to date no decision has been made regarding memorialization.

New Business

Carol Gunn Kadish has made us aware that another cemetery has been discovered. Carol is interested in writing an application for the Highland Lakes/Kampe Cemetery.

Meeting was closed to the public.


The meeting was adjourned at 7:58 p.m.

Transcribed by Cynthia Davis on May 13, 2014.