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BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION MEETING MINUTES June 21, 2016 MEMBER Roger A. Plew Eugene Fuzy Carole Cann Will Bancroft John Sargent Jill Popko Dean Buhrer
TITLE Chair Vice-Chair Secretary Treasurer Committeeman Liaison Director of Public Works
PRESENT X X X X X X
1. SALUTE TO FLAG Chairman Plew called the meeting to order at 7:35 PM and led those present in a salute to the flag. 2. OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ANNOUNCEMENT BY CHAIRMAN In compliance with the open Public Meetings Act, this is to announce that adequate notice of this meeting was provided in the following manner: On February 12, 2016 advance written notice of this meeting was posted on the bulletin board opposite the main entrance of the meeting room in the Municipal Building; was mailed to the Register-News and the Burlington County Times; was filed with the Clerk of Bordentown Township, and was mailed to all persons who requested and paid for such notice
3. GREEN TEAM POSTER CONTEST AWARDS CEREMONY: Chairman Plew and Patricia Concannon presented the awards for the poster contest sponsored by the Environmental Commission. The theme of the contest was “Nature is All Around Us. Out of 61 beautiful entrees, four were chosen to receive prizes. The winning posters will be on display in the library and the Municipal Building.
4. MINUTES: Motion to adopt the minutes of the May 17 was made by Mr. Sargent and seconded by Vice-Chair Fuzy. Motion carried unanimously with Chairman Plew abstaining. Motion to adopt the minutes of the June 5 special meeting was made by Vice-chair Fuzy and seconded by Mr. Sargent. Motion carried unanimously with Mrs. Cann abstaining. 5. LIASON’S REPORTAND OPEN PUBLIC DISCUSSION ON ELCON: Mrs. Cann made a motion to open the meeting to the public. Mr. Sargent seconded. Motion carried unanimously. Mayor Popko informed residents present about the proposed ELCON facility and highlighted the danger of carcinogens in the air, especially since the prevailing winds will carry them over Bordentown. She stated that the Township has hired counsel to fight this project She passed out information along with a list of elected officials to contact and encouraged them to visit websites for more information. Mayor Popko also presented an overview of hazards associated with the proposed pipeline and compressor station and directed residents to the Green Team Facebook page and the Township site to find letters to send. Chairman Plew drew their attention to the blast radius that contains BRHS and Peter Muschal Elementary School.
Motion to close the meeting to the public was made by Vice-Chair Fuzy and seconded by Mr. Sargent. Motion carried unanimously. 6. OLD BUSINESS:
Green Team update. Members received and update on the progress at the Community Garden.
Brown Fields. (update) Chairman Plew continues to look into this and advised that there are Sustainable Jersey actions related to brownfields.
7. NEW BUSINESS: Sustainable Jersey Certification discussion for June submission. The cut off date for submissions for this year is June 5. No new submissions can be made after this date. Chairman Plew left the meeting at 8:45
8. FOR DISCUSSION:
Commission member’s forum. (Ideas, issues, concerns and/or suggestions). Chairman Fuzy discussed the need for portable storage/organization boxes for EC materials. Mrs. Cann made a motion to allow $45 to purchase waterproof boxes. Mr. Sargent seconded. Motion carried unanimously.
9. PUBLIC COMMENT: (N/A) 10. FOR YOUR INFORMATION: http://www.sustainablejersey.com/ (Sustainable Jersey link)
MOTION TO ADJOURN: Motion to adjourn was made by Mr. Sargent and seconded by Mr. Bancroft. Meeting adjourned at 9:10.