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Jul 20, 2015 7:00 PM  Township Council Conference Meeting

Councilman Pomares reported that Eagle Scout Julian Londono, in conjunction with the Department of Public Works, had recently cleared and cleaned up a portion of the Morris Canal running along Watching Avenue, and he thanked everyone who participated in the event for their assistance.

Councilman Pomares also thanked the Department of Public Works and Director Michael Sceurman of the Recreation Department for recent repairs made the Oakeside Bloomfield Cultural Center, and stated that in the very near future a car, purportedly believed to be the oldest in the Township, would be removed from the property.

Councilman Chalet stated that the Planning Board was meeting on July 21, 2015 to review the plans submitted concerning 110 Washington Street.

Councilman Joanow reminded everyone that anyone who wished to be elected to the Board of Education needed to have their petitions filed with the County Clerk by July 27, 2015.

Councilman Joanow stated that the Board of Education would be holding transitional classes for new ninth graders who need additional support going from grammar school into high school.

Councilman Joanow urged everyone to go to Pulaski Park to enjoy the Community Garden which had recently been planted.

Mayor Venezia reminded everyone that the Finance Meeting would be held in the Council Chambers on July 22, 2015 and he urged everyone to attend the meeting if they were interested in discussing the Township's finances.

Mayor Venezia also reminded everyone that the Township would be holding a township-wide "National Night Out" event on August 4, 2015 at Foley Field.

Mayor Venezia asked for a moment of silence to honor the five servicemen killed in ____________.

Thereafter, Mayor Venezia asked for a motion to go into Closed Session. Councilman Joanow moved to go into Closed Session, which was seconded by Councilwoman Davis. The Council moved into Closed Session at 8:30 p.m., at which time Councilwoman Davis left the meeting.