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Agenda: September 13, 2021

Township Council Regular Meeting

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this council meeting was held via a Zoom Webinar. YouTube video of the September 13, 2021 council meeting »

September 13, 2021 Agenda Backup 

  1. Call to Order
  2. Statement: Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided to the public and the press on January 6, 2021 and on September 7, 2021 and was posted on the bulletin board in the municipal building in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, N.J.S.A. 10:4-7.
  3. Roll Call
  4. Salute to the Flag
  5. Proclamation
    1. Recognizing and Declaring the Month of September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
  6. Public Comments (For current agenda items only, limited to 3 minutes per person)
  7. Minutes
    1. August 23, 2021—Executive Session
    2. August 23, 2021—Regular Meeting
  8. Consent Agenda
    1. Resolution #21-198: Refund Overpayment (Various Blocks and Lots Wells Fargo Real Estate Tax Services)
    2. Resolution #21-199: Refund Overpayment (Block 251 Lot 2 - Lereta)
    3. Resolution #21-200: Refund Overpayment (Block 526 Lot 365 - Jesse Fecteau)
    4. Resolution #21-201: Refund Overpayment (Block 527 Lot 220 - Corelogic)
    5. Resolution #21-202: Refund Overpayments (Block 527 - Lot 384 Corelogic) (Block 526 Lot 368 Corelogic)
    6. Resolution #21-203: Refund for Totally Disabled Veteran (Block 249 Lot 3 - Huber)
  9. Resolutions
    1. Resolution #21-196: Resolution Authorizing Interlocal Services Agreement for Administrative Support Services
    2. Resolution #21-197: Resolution Authorizing the Sale of Surplus Vehicles and Property No Longer Needed for Public Use on an Online Action Website
    3. Resolution #21-204: A Resolution to Amend Resolution #20-216 to Revise the Township of Vernon Policy for Public Questions or Comments During Virtual Meetings of the Vernon Township Council in Accordance with the Regulations of the Division of Local Government Services
    4. Resolution #21-205: A Resolution Authorizing Non-Fair and Open Contract for Real Estate Auction Services to Max Spann Real Estate & Action Co. to Conduct Action & Sale of Real Property
    5. Resolution #21-206: Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of not Exceeding $1,718,316 Bond Anticipation Notes of the Township of Vernon, In the County of Sussex, New Jersey
    6. Resolution #21-207: Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of not Exceeding $2,000,000 Bond Anticipation Notes of the Township of Vernon, In the County of Sussex, New Jersey
    7. Resolution #21-208: Renewal of Pocket Liquor License (JD Lodge and Inn LLC) Requiring Special Ruling in the Township of Vernon for the 2021-2022 Licensing Term
  10. Introduction/1st Reading of Proposed Ordinance
    1. Ordinance #21-32: An Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of Certain Land in Vernon Township to Be Sold at Public Auction in Accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:12-13 (a)
  11. Public Hearing/2nd Reading of Ordinance
    1. Ordinance #21-25: Ordinance of the Township of Vernon, County of Sussex, State of New Jersey, Amending and Supplementing Chapter 330 Entitled “Land Development” to Permit Retail Sales of Legalized Cannabis
    2. Ordinance #21-28: Ordinance of the Township of Vernon, County of Sussex, State of New Jersey, Amending Chapter 330 Entitled “Land Development” to Regulate Multi-Generational Family Accommodations
    3. Ordinance #21-29: Ordinance of the Township of Vernon, County of Sussex, State of New Jersey, Amending and Supplementing § 99-33 of the Municipal Code of the Township of Vernon Entitled “Schedule IX: Stop Intersections”
    4. Ordinance #21-30: Ordinance of the Township of Vernon, County of Sussex, State of New Jersey, Amending Chapter 94 of the Code of the Township of Vernon Regarding the Police Division to Authorize the Hiring of Entry-Level Law Enforcement Officers without an Examination Requirement
  12. Public Comments (Limited to 3 minutes on any topic)
  13. Mayor’s Report
  14. Council Comments
  15. Council President Comments
  16. Adjournment