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Minutes: September 16, 2010

Mr. Charles Bates, HPC Chair, called the meeting to order at 7:11 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 21, 2010, and published on February 10, 2010. 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
Kevin CantaldiP
Sharon CheadleP
Richard Wetzel (arrived 7:15 p.m.)P
Rev. Robert SolonP
Andrew BorisukNP
Carol Gunn KadishNP

Minutes

HPC July 15, 2010 Regular Meeting Minutes

Discussion: Mr. Bates advised that he will contact Ms. Angie Bates on Tuesday regarding the status of the cemetery applications. Mr. Bates also advised that he researched tax incentive language for West Milford and Ocean Grove and found there is no provision for historic memorialization in either town. He asked the members to research other towns. Ms. Cheadle said she would research Fords, NJ and/or Plainfield and Ledgewood.

Motion: Mr. Hanke made a motion to approve of the minutes, as revised, of the HPC meeting on July 15, 2010. Mr. Cantaldi seconded the motion. All were in favor.

Meeting Opened to the Public

No one came forward.

Closed Meeting to the Public

Old Business

Economic Development Advisory Committee

Mr. Wetzel advised when the next meeting will be held.

Board of Education Building—Marker Language

Mr. Bates advised that the proposed language was approved by the Board of Education and they would like the marker to be affixed to the building. Mr. Bates and Mr. Wetzel will go to the site to discuss a location for the marker near the building and will email their observations to the HPC members.

Mr. Bates asked Mr. Hanke for a Saturday date when they could get together to clean out the files in November.

Applications to Review

LU #8-10-8: Toys Recreation, Use Variance for Toy’s Recreation Campground

The HPC members reviewed the application and determined that there is no historical significance in connection with this site.

LU #8-10-9: Walsh/Taylor, Lot Line Relocation

The HPC members reviewed the application and determined that there is no historical significance in connection with this site.

LU #7-10-5: Verizon Wireless, Construction of a 100' Monopole and Shelter

The HPC members reviewed the application and determined that there is no historical significance in connection with this site.

ZB #4-06-6: Glenwood Management

The HPC members reviewed the application and determined that there is no historical significance in connection with this site.

LU #7-10-6: Frank Fierro

The HPC members reviewed the application and determined that there is no historical significance in connection with this site.

LU #8-10-7

The HPC members reviewed the application and determined that there is no historical significance in connection with this site.

Discussion on Prioritizing the 250 Other Structures for Application for Memorialization

The HPC members continued their project prioritizing the structures with the slide presentation.

Adjournment

Rev. Solon made a motion to adjourn the HPC meeting at 9:12 p.m. Ms. Cheadle seconded the motion. All were in favor.

Transcribed by Cynthia Davis on October 19, 2010.