The following Board Members were present:� Mr. Beninati, Mr. Westbrook, Mr. Vitale, Mr. Schlenker, Mr. Pugliese, Mr. Lopore.� The Sunshine Law was read.� Mr. Lepore made a motion to accept the June minutes, 2nd by Mr. Vitale.� All in favor.
Correspondence was read into the minutes by Mr. Beninati.� Application #10-02, Motiva Enterprises, for a free-standing sign at the Shell Station, was adjourned until 8/22/2002 because they did not have enough time to send out notices.� Berkley Contract Packing asked for their application to be withdrawn.� A letter from the Borough attorney regarding the matter of Pugliese vs. Kenilworth requested a telephone case management conference scheduled for August 9, at 9 a.m., asking the attorney for the plaintiff to participate.� A letter regarding the Dunkin Donuts application will be read when Application is heard. The County of Union sent a letter regarding the A&P Sav-a-Center.� The county approved the removal of existing landscaping along South 31st Street and replacement with an asphalt environmental cap to comply with the directives of the NJ department of EPA.� It will have no adverse effect on county road traffic.�
Resolution for Application #01-01, V & R Associates, for a 3-lot subdivision.� Vote was taken.� Yes:� Mr. Beninati, Mr. Westbrook, Mr. Vitale, Mr. Pugliese (4 yes) No: 0. Motion granted.
Resolution #09-02, Mr.Hornig, A/C placement in side yard for corner lot.� Vote was taken.� Yes: Mr. Beninati, Mr. Westbrook, Mr. Vitale, Mr. Pugliese. (4 yes) No: 0.� Motion granted.
Application #08-02 ���� Ms. Sally McGeehan
��������� ��������� ���� Montessori Pre-School
��������� ��������� ���� First Baptist Church
��������� ��������� ���� 225 Eighth Street
��������� ��������� ���� Block 5, Lot 24.01
Sworn in:� Ms. Sally McGeehan.� She said the state did the walk-thru for safety. Some changes have to be made: some fire-rated doors must be installed, fire alarms, emergency lighting, and a few other things. It will be in the church basement and walls will be put up.� The staff will escort children into the school once they are used to the classroom.� The Board Attorney stated a school is of inherent value to the community, the question being is the site suitable for this use.� Mr. Vitale was concerned about the safety of loading the kids from the curb into the car and would like to see off-street drop-off but if the state agreed with the safety factor, it is okay with him.� Ms. McGeehan said front drop-off is safer than using the childrens� play area.� Mr. Rappa suggested the drop-off would be in a �no parking� area.� Mr. Schlenker would like to see the plans and have Dr. Disko review safety of the area and documentation of State approval.� Ms. McGeehan said there are two entrances into the large room, and two entrances going into the classroom. There are entrances through the bathrooms. Mr. Schlenker suggested a delay of this application until 8/22 to have Dr. Disko review and approve in person or in writing.� An architects drawing and approval review of the state and by Dr. Disko should be due two weeks prior to the next meeting.� Five affirmative votes are required for resolution.
Application #264�� ���� A & P Sav-a-Center
��������� ��������� ���� Boulevard & Market Streets
��������� ��������� ���� Block 179, Lot 7.01
��������� ��������� ���� Amended Site Plan
Sworn in: Tom Uzzo, environmental engineer, stated this site underwent clean-up. Part of the landscaped area in the A&P parking lot is ordered by the EPA to be covered by an environmental �cap�.� Planters (30 x 36� boxes) with shrubs will replace the vegetation.� Exhibit #A-1 is the Amended Site Plan.� Exhibit #A-2 are the notices from the DEP.� All documents were given to Dr.Disko in May.
Sworn in:� Paul Bonvicino, representing A & P, wants to work with the town and will replace any dead trees along the side of the building.
On the basis of Dr. Diskos� approval, the site plan was voted on. Motion was made and 2nd.� All in favor.
Application #02-03 ���� Mr. Scuorzo & Mr. Pazienza
��������� ��������� ���� 741 Union Avenue
��������� ��������� ���� Block 157, Lot 4
��������� ��������� ���� Subdivision into 2 conforming
��������� ��������� ���� 50� x 100� lots
Sworn in: Mr. Ed Gozevich, 744 Union Avenue, wanted to know if the existing house would remain or what housing would be constructed.� It is a single-family zone, and the present house would remain and another one-family house would be built in the adjoining lot. Only one variance is required for a 15� front yard setback for the existing structure and the lot be sub-divided into two 50� x 100� lots. Motion was made and 2nd.� All in favor.
Mr. Westbrook welcomed Mr. Schlenker back.� Motion was made and 2nd to pay the Planning Board Attorney and Secretary.�� All in favor.�� A motion to adjourn the meeting at 9:35 p.m.
JANET M. MURPHY
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