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City Council Meeting Results: 10/18/04
« on: October 18, 2004, 07:39:51 PM »
DOCKET HACKENSACK CITY COUNCIL
Monday, October 18th, 2004 - 8:00 P.M.


1. Roll Call
2. Salute

The following resolutions were approved:

3. Approval of Minutes - October 4th, 2004
4. Resolution #279 - Introduction of Ordinance 11-2004 (Authorizing Acquisition of 271-273 Main Street - Moss Lighting)
5. Resolution #230 - Professional Service - T&M Associates (Generator Design- $17k)
6. Resolution #281 - Endorsement of Community Development Block Grant Application (Hudson St. - Phase 2)
7. Resolution #282 - Endorsement of Community Development Block Grant Application (Economic Developer)
8. Resolution #283 - Approval of Refunds
9. Resolution #284 - Emergency - Collapsed Sewer - Pink St ($11k)
10. Resolution $285 - Professional Service - Shine Engineering (Construction monitoring at Johnson Public Library).
11. Resolution #286 - Professional Service - Arcari & Iovino (Entrance for Johnson Public Library).
12. Resolution #287 - Extension of Contract for Pothole Repairs (Montana Construction Co.).
13. Resolution #288 - Approval of Leave of Absence
14. Resolution #289 - Professional Service - HealthWise (for substance abuse testing in accordance with NJ Dept. of Transportation rules).
15. Resolution #290 - Endorsement of Community Development Block Grant Applications (Arc of Bergen County - funds not for acquisition of property).
16. Resolution #291 - Approval of Raffle Applications
17. Resolution #292 - Payment of Bills
18. Resolution #293 - Transfer of alcohol license from "Greefields" to "Green Grill".

Public Comments:

One resident complained about treatment by city employees over the handling of a prior complaint.

Larry Rielly addressed the council with regard to notification  flu vaccinations shortages and notification to seniors.  Phil Roberts followed up with similar concerns.

Finally, another resident asked about the possibility of uniform curbing throughout Hackensack and traffic signs at various locations.
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