ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
April 24, 2023
A REGULAR MEETING of the Stillwater Township Zoning Board of Adjustment was held on Monday, April 24, 2023, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by Vice Chairman Samuel Wykoff in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act. The flag was saluted and roll call taken:
MEMBERS PRESENT: Mr. Wykoff, Mrs. Draghi, Mrs. Mountford, Mr., Kochenthal, Mr. van der Haeghen
MEMBERS ABSENT: Mr. Lippencott
ALSO PRESENT: Committee Liaison, Dawn Delaney
Mr. Kochenthal made the motion to approve the minutes of March 24, 2023, seconded by Mrs. Mountford
Roll Call vote in favor: Mr. Kochental- Yes, Mrs. Mountford – Yes, Mr. Wykoff – Yes, Mrs. Draghi – Yes, Mr. van der Haeghen – Yes.
#23-002 Jonathan Makrinos, Block 2401, Lot 30.03
Mrs. Draghi made the motion to approve the Resolution seconded by Mr. van der Haeghen
Roll Call vote in favor: Mrs. Draghi – Yes, Mr. van der Haeghen – Yes, Mr. Wykoff – Yes, Mrs. Mountford – Yes, Mr. Kochenthal.
Mr. Kochenthal made the motion to pay the following bills, seconded by Mrs. Mountford
Dolan & Dolan General Matters/Annual Report $481.65
Dolan & Dolan Abramowitz, Block 3401, Lot 13 $115.50
Dolan & Dolan Giannantonio, Block 3804, Lot 1.03 $ 74.25
Van Cleef General Matters $ 69.50
Roll call vote in favor: Mr. Kochenthal – Yes, Mrs. Mounford – Yes, Mr. Wykoff – Yes, Mrs. Draghi, Mr. Van der Haeghen – Yes.
Discussion was held again regarding the process in place for the release of escrows upon completion of all requirements.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
The session was opened to the public at 7:46 pm. There being no public comment, the session was closed to the public at 7:46 pm.
COMMITTEE LIASON REPORT:
Ms. Chammings provided the following summary:
At the Committee meeting they received the Budget Memo from the CFO and it is available if requested.
Auditor advised they did well on foreclosures. Down from 99 to 88. Two recommendations were made – one for segregation of duties and one for a clean procedure for cash flow to be better documented.
Community Center needs – fix roof and floor. A $71,000.00 grant has been received. There is also a need for a maintenance contract for the HVAC and Generator. Bollards are needed to be placed around the propane tank.
Clean up day – 8 teams participated. Will have garbage totals at next meeting.
Planning Board Meeting – Andy Martin is moving on and withdrawing application for job opportunity. Dean Voris has put in his application for the Planning Board.
Mt. Benevolence Road – another ordinance and Phase Two of the paving extends all the way to Owassa Road.
Noise Ordinance – Attorney had minor surgery so no definitions were given and will be addressed at the next meeting.
With there being no further business, a motion was made and seconded to adjourn the meeting at 7:59 pm. In a voice vote, all were in favor.
Penny Bair, Board Secretary George Lippencott, Chairman
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