STILLWATER TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE MEETING
July 20, 2021
A REGULAR MEETING of the Stillwater Township Committee was called to order by Mayor Chammings at 7:01 p.m. noting the meeting date was sent, time and place to the New Jersey Herald and posted at the Town Hall on the official Stillwater Township website and Facebook page and advised those present that this meeting was being held in compliance with provisions of P.L. 1975, Chapter 231, Sections 4 & 13. Mayor Chammings added the meeting was being held virtually on Zoom and this meeting was also advertised with the link in the New Jersey Herald, the Stillwater Township website (www.stillwatertownshipnj.com) on the Stillwater Township Face Book page. PRESENT: Committeewoman Rumsey, Committeeman Barta, Deputy Mayor Scott, Committeeman Fisher, Mayor Chammings, Municipal Clerk Lynda Knott and Attorney Angelo Bolcato ABSENT: None
PRESENTATION: Mr. Ross – Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC
Mr. Ross presented the potential new rescue pumper for the fire department. Mr. Ross noted Seagrave Fire Apparatus is factory direct and manufactured for safety, longevity and low maintenance. Their vehicles are manufactured for the demands of the NYFD and they service NYFD and all of New Jersey. The vehicles offer stainless steel construction, most parts can be purchased through local after-market vendors and offer 25 to 30 years of service life. The cab structure is a safety cage and Seagrave vehicles have a two-year bumper to bumper warrantee offered by no other manufacturer.
Mr. Ross answered questions from the governing body, fire department personnel and residents. Mayor Chammings thanked Mr. Ross for all his time and coming present the vehicle and answer all their questions.
REPORTS: DPW Report of June 2021
Building Department Report of June 2021
Registrar’s Report of June 2021
Recreation Commission Report of June 2021
SC BOH Report for June 2021
ACO Report for April – June 2021
Fire Department Report Year-To-Date
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to adopt the reports as presented, seconded by Mrs. Rumsey. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
BILLS LIST #11: $1,083,877.53
RESOLUTION 2021-092 Authorizing Payment of Bills
WHEREAS, the Chief Finance Officer has certified that funds are available in the proper
WHEREAS, the Chief Finance Officer has approved payment upon certification from
the Township Department Heads that the goods and/or services have been rendered to the
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and Committee of the Township of Stillwater that the current bill lists, dated July 20, 2021 and on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Chief Finance Officer and approved by the Chief Finance Officer for payment, be paid.
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to adopt the Resolution 2021-092, seconded by Mr. Fisher. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
Mr. Scott noted the DPW has given their report for June. Mr. Scott reported the Recreation Commission meeting held at Veterans Park and said they are discussing putting cameras to help prevent future property damage. Mr. Scott said Steve and Tanya Stark are putting together the township’s display for the fair. Mr. Scott also noted they were still waiting to hear from the State on the recreation grant.
Mr. Fisher said he was waiting for receipt of potential land surveyors to request quotes for their services. The clerk said Harold Pellow had not surveyed that portion of Crandon lakes and she needed the exact area to send for the request for quote. Mayor Chammings said she may have a better section for the road. Mayor Chammings and Mr. Fisher will look at the areas and decide which location is the best.
Mr. Barta reported the Planning Board Meeting was meeting the next evening.
Mrs. Rumsey said the Stillwater Board of Education would resume in person meetings on August 23, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. and noted if residents have questions they should plan on attending. Mrs. Rumsey said the Board of Education thanks the DPW for their help with the mulch.
Mrs. Rumsey thanked Alicia Gardner for being her cleaning fairy each time there is an event! Mrs. Rumsey said she would like to have the community center use agreement reviewed and revamped to include a key deposit to ensure keys are returned and to also include private events. Mrs. Rumsey, the clerk and Mayor Chammings will meet to review the form.
Mayor Chammings reported the Swartswood Lake and Watershed Association had used the community center and thanked the township but also suggested a fee should be charged to cover costs.
Mrs. Rumsey read the Fire Department Report submitted by Chief Sugars:
Good Evening Township Committee,
As of 5pm today, Monday July 19th the Stillwater Fire Department has been dispatched to 115 Fire and 257 EMS calls for the year. All apparatus is in service and just this past weekend we conducted our annual roadside fund drive fundraiser. The department will be conducting a water rescue drill at 7pm at the Paulinskill Lake Beach 1. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me.
Chief Steven Sugar
Mrs. Rumsey also reported Bob Wolff, Stillwater’s Deputy OEM has been named Volunteer of the Year for all his work in Stillwater and Hardwick and Paul Mole has agreed to be Deputy Coordinator for Stillwater CERT
Mayor Chammings reported the Delta variant is widespread and the school is awaiting instruction from the Governor as to requirements for students.
Mayor Chammings said the Sussex County Mitigation Plan is finalized.
Mayor Chammings also reported the Planning Board will be meeting in public tomorrow night as well as zoom.
Mayor Chammings said she met with employees at town hall to discuss job descriptions going forward with the retirements and new employees in the reception, clerk 1 and municipal clerk departments.
Mayor Chammings also reported she had a very productive conversation with Robert Boyle of Planet Networks and he will be sharing a Stillwater Only link to see if and where residents would want Planet Networks services. Mayor Chammings is hopeful residents will be willing to let Planet Networks know their interest. If enough residents in an area are interested Planet Networks will install service. Once the link is received Mayor Chammings will provide the clerk with the link and a blurb for the website. The township committee members are in favor of the link being on the website.
The Cross-River Fiber resolution has been removed from the agenda by their request.
Seeing no one from the public who wished to speak this portion of the meeting was closed.
Update on 992 Fairview Lake road (block 2401 Lot 37) Mayor Chammings said there is no update tonight the township is still awaiting paperwork from the State. Mayor Chammings will check with the CFO to see where her OPRA request is in the process.
ORDINANCE 2021-08 ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STILLWATER AMENDING CHAPTER 289 OF THE TOWNSHIP CODE, ENTITLED “PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS” TO INCLUDE A NEW SECTION 289-8 ENTITLED “TEMPORARY LIGHTING” – Public Hearing and Adoption
WHEREAS, the Township of Stillwater has adopted Chapter 289 of the Code of the Township of Stillwater entitled “Parks and Recreation Areas”; and
WHEREAS, the Township Committee desires to amend Chapter 289 in order to address requests for the use of temporary lights at the athletic fields located at Veterans Park.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Stillwater Township Committee, Sussex County, New Jersey, that a new Section 289-8 is adopted as set forth herein:
SECTION 1. A new Section 289-8, “Temporary Lighting” is adopted as follows:
289-8 Temporary Lighting
Sports teams or organizations that have obtained approval from the Stillwater Township Recreation Commission to use an athletic field(s) at Veterans Park may also submit a written request to the Recreation Commission for approval for such team or organization to provide and use temporary lighting at Veteran’s Memorial Park. The request must include information regarding the number and type of lights, as well as the type of generator that it will use to power the lights. The Township of Stillwater will not supply electricity for the lights. If approved such team and/or organization is responsible for supplying its own lighting equipment and generators to power such lights, and shall secure the lights and generators in order that they cannot be operated by anyone other than authorized team or organization personnel. The lights and generators shall be stored at such locations as directed by the Recreation Commission, and the team or organization is responsible for any damage or theft of the lights and generators, the Township of Stillwater assumes no responsibility for such items. The team or organization shall also provide proof of insurance for the lighting and generators as well as liability insurance in such amounts as determined by the Township Committee and its risk manager. Additionally, all lights and generators must be shut off no later than 8:00pm. The team or organization shall also sign such indemnification and hold harmless agreements as may be required by the Recreation Commission and the Township of Stillwater.
SECTION 2 – SEVERABILITY
If any provision of this Ordinance or the application of this Ordinance to any person or circumstances is held invalid, the remainder of this Ordinance shall not be affected and shall remain in full force and effect.
SECTION 3 – REPEALER
All ordinances or parts of ordinances or resolutions that are inconsistent or in opposition to the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed in their entirety.
SECTION 4: EFFECTIVE DATE
This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon adoption and publication in accordance with law.
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to adopt Ordinance 2021-08 seconded by Mr. Fisher. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
ORDINANCE 2021-09 ORDINANCE AMENDING SALARY ORDINANCE 2021-07 Public Hearing and Adoption
WHEREAS, the Stillwater Township CFO recommended changing salaries from a specific amount to a range; and
WHEREAS, the Stillwater Township Committee agrees with the CFO’s recommendation; and
BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED by the Township Committee of the Township of Stillwater in the County of Sussex, New Jersey as follows:
Section 1. The Township of Stillwater shall pay its municipal officers and employees for services rendered as shown below. Figures shown represent annual salary, unless otherwise noted.
File Clerk $12.00 to $18.00 Range
Section 2. Specific salaries or wages established by this Ordinance shall be made retroactive to January 1, 2020 unless otherwise noted.
Section 3. Nothing in this ordinance shall be construed as making mandatory the payment of annual salary increments to any officer or employees of the Township of Stillwater. Salary or wage increases shall be contingent upon availability of the funds.
Section 4. All former ordinances or parts therof conflicting or inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed.
Section 5. This ordinance shall take effect after publication and passage according to law.
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to adopt Ordinance 2021-09 seconded by Mrs. Rumsey. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
ORDINANCE 2021-10 BOND ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $551,000, AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $220,800 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE TOWNSHIP, FOR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS OR PURPOSES AUTHORIZED TO BE UNDERTAKEN BY THE TOWNSHIP OF STILLWATER, IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX, NEW JERSEY- Introduction [Public Hearing and Adoption 7/20/21]
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STILLWATER, IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX, NEW JERSEY (not less than two-thirds of all the members thereof affirmatively concurring), AS FOLLOWS:
|IMPROVEMENT OR PURPOSE||APPROPRIATION
AND ESTIMATED COST
|ESTIMATED MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF BONDS AND NOTES|
|(a) Acquisition, by purchase, of new and additional vehicular equipment for use by the Department of Public Works of the Township, including one (1) dump truck, together with all appurtenances, apparatus and accessories necessary therefor or incidental thereto, all as shown on and in accordance with the specifications therefor on file or to be filed in the office of the Township Clerk and hereby approved, the $90,000 appropriation hereby made therefor being inclusive of the amount of $15,000 hereby appropriated therefor from a Reserve held by the Township for said purpose||
|(b) Improvement of Old Foundry Road (Phase II) in and by the Township by the construction or reconstruction therein of a roadway pavement at least equal in useful life or durability to a roadway pavement of Class B construction (as used or referred to in Section 40A:2-22 of said Local Bond Law), together with all sidewalks, curbing, structures, appurtenances, milling, drainage improvements, equipment, work and materials necessary therefor or incidental thereto, all as shown on and in accordance with the plans and specifications therefor on file or to be filed in the office of the Township Clerk and hereby approved, the $350,000 appropriation hereby made therefor being inclusive of the amount of $151,300 received or expected to be received by the Township from the New Jersey Department of Transportation as a grant-in-aid of financing said improvement, the amount of $45,000 for said purpose hereby appropriated therefor from a Reserve held by the Township for said purpose and the amount of $82,000 hereby appropriated therefor from the Capital Improvement Fund of the Township||350,000||68,100|
|(c) Acquisition by purchase of new and additional equipment for use by the Department of Public Works of the Township, including one (1) backhoe, together with all attachments, appurtenances and equipment necessary therefor or incidental thereto, all as shown on and in accordance with the specifications therefor on file or to be filed in the office of the Township Clerk and hereby approved. the $111,000 appropriation hereby made therefor being inclusive of the amount of $25,000 received or expected to be received by the Township as a Clean Communities grant-in-aid of financing said improvement||111,000||81,500|
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to adopt Ordinance 2021-10 seconded by Mr. Fisher. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
ORDINANCE 2021-11 BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ACQUSITION OF A NEW FIRE TRUCK BY THE TOWNSHIP OF STILLWATER, IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $825,000 THEREFOR AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $546,200 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE TOWNSHIP FOR FINANCING SUCH APPROPRIATION. Introduction [Public Hearing and Adoption 7/20/21]
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF STILLWATER, IN THE COUNTY OF SUSSEX, NEW JERSEY (not less than two‑thirds of all the members thereof affirmatively concurring), AS FOLLOWS:
There was much discussion by the public and the governing body. Mayor Chammings, Mrs. Rumsey and Mr. Scott are in favor of purchasing this vehicle. Mr. Barta feels the 42-61 pumper still has five to seven years of life left and the fire company should be looking at an engine now and the new rescue pumper down the road when additional funding could be secured. Mr. Fisher said he has been against this particular truck from the beginning but the additional information that came out tonight regarding other fire trucks’ conditions along with all the time and funding already spent on this truck changed his mind.
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to adopt Ordinance 2021-11 seconded by Mrs. Rumsey. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, no, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
ORDINANCE 2021-12 Authorizing the Public Sale of Real Property to Contiguous Property owners Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12-139(b)(5). Introduction [Public Hearing and Adoption August 17, 2021
WHEREAS, the Township of Stillwater is the owner of certain real property set forth in Schedule “A”, which properties are not needed or required for municipal use; and
WHEREAS, the lots are less than the minimum size required for development under the municipal ordinance and is without capital improvements; and
WHEREAS, the Township Committee deems it in the best interest of the Township of Stillwater to sell the properties to owners of each contiguous property in accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A:12-13(b)(5) and N.J.S.A. 40A:12-13.2; and
WHEREAS, the sale shall be conducted as an auction limited to contiguous property owners to be held at the Township of Stillwater Municipal Building, 964 Stillwater Road, Newton, New Jersey 07860 on September 21, 2021, at 7:00pm or such adjourned date as may be determined by the Stillwater Township Committee; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Stillwater Township Committee as follows:
Potential Bidders are advised:
(1) To conduct all necessary title searches prior to the date of sale.
(2) No representations of any kind are made by the Township of Stillwater as to the conditions of the Property, including habitability or usability; the Property is being sold in its present conditions ”as is”.
(3) The Property will be conveyed by a Quit Claim Deed and such conveyance shall be subject to all covenants, restrictions, reservations and easements established of record or by prescription and without representation as to character of title of the Property to be conveyed.
(4) The highest bidder for the Property shall have the right, at its sole cost and expense, to obtain a new survey of the Property. Provided such survey depicts the Property and is certified to be correct to the Township of Stillwater, the Township of Stillwater shall utilize the legal description drawn in accordance with such survey in the Deed of conveyance, provided the highest bidder provides such legal description and a copy of the certified survey to the Township of Stillwater not less than one week prior to the date set for closing of title.
Additional Terms the Successful Bidder must comply with:
(1) To abide by appropriate zoning, subdivision, health and building regulations and codes and stipulate that this sale will not be used as grounds to support any variance from the regulations.
(2) That the failure to close title as agreed shall forfeit to the Township of Stillwater any and all money deposited with the Township.
This Ordinance shall take effect upon final adoption of publication as may be required by law.
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to introduce Ordinance 2021-12 seconded by Mrs. Rumsey. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
RESOLUTION 2021-093 New Jersey Department of Transportation, Division of Local Aid and Development Recommendation of Award State Aid Project – Old Foundry Road Improvements – Phase II
BE IT RESOLVED
that the Stillwater Township Committee
hereby recommends to the New Jersey Department of Transportation that the contract for
Old Foundry Road Improvements – Phase II
(Name of Project)
in the Township of Stillwater County of Sussex
(Name of Municipality)
be awarded to the following Morris County Cooperative Pricing Council Vendors:
Schifano Construction Corporation (MCCPC Contract #6) whose bid amounted to $149,400.00
Campbell Foundry Company (MCCPC Contract #14) whose bid amounted to $748.00
Tree King, Inc. (MCCPC Contract #18) whose bid amounted to $4,880.00
Newman Signs, Inc. (MCCPC Contract #28) whose bid amounted to $160.00
Denville Line Painting, Inc (MCCPC Contract #36) whose bid amounted to $4,988.00
whose bids amounted to $ 160,176.00 subject to the approval of the Department.
That the presiding officer of this body be and is hereby directed to sign for and on its behalf the
contract in the prescribed form for said construction.
That the clerk of this body be and is hereby directed to seal said contract
with the corporate seal of this body and to attest to the same.
Approved by the Stillwater Township Committee on July 20, 2021.
(Name of Local Government) (Date of Award)
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to adopt Resolution 2021-093 seconded by Mrs. Rumsey. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
RESOLUTION 2021-094 Authorizing Donation of Garage Sale Fee refund to Recreation Commission Activity Club
WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer has certified that Constance Hotalen has paid Garage Sale Day fees to be included on the Garage Sale Day map; and
WHEREAS, this individual no longer wishes to be included; and
WHEREAS, she would like her fee to be donated to the Recreation Commission Activity Club;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Township Committee of Stillwater Township that a donation of $5.00 be made to the Recreation Commission Activity Club by Constance Hotalen.
Name & Address Funding Amount
Rec Commission Activity Club Recreation Fees $5.00
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to adopt Resolution 2021-094 seconded by Mrs. Rumsey. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
RESOLUTION 2021-095 Authorizing Refund of Pension Deductions
WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer has certified that the following former employee had Pension and Contributory Insurance deductions withheld from her final pay dated April 9, 2021: and
WHEREAS, Pension and Contributory Insurance should not have been withheld;
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Township Committee of Stillwater Township that a refund be issued in the amount of $3.07.
Name & Address Funding Amount
Arlene Fisher PERS $3.07
1059 Mt. Benevolence Rd
Newton, NJ 07860
A motion was made by Mrs. Rumsey to adopt Resolution 2021-095 seconded by Mr. Scott. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
RESOLUTION 2021-096 Assigning Tax Sale Certificate 2020-017 for Block 3804, Lot 3.01
WHEREAS, by public sale held on December 15, 2020, the Township of Stillwater purchased Tax Sale Certificate No. 2020-017 for property designated as Block 3804, Lot 3.01 on the Tax Maps of the Township of Stillwater assessed to Susan L Demeo and Diane M Bevacqua; and
WHEREAS, Mr. and Mrs. C. Pettit have offered to purchase an assignment of said Tax Sale Certificate; and
WHEREAS, the Township is authorized to sell and assign at private sale Tax Sale Certificates which it holds pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 54:5-113; and
WHEREAS, the Township has heretofore complied with the mailing and posting requirements of notice of its intent to assign said Tax Sale Certificate pursuant to N.J.S.A. 54:5-114; and
WHEREAS, the total amount now due on Tax Sale Certificate 2020-017 including the original sale, together with all subsequent liens thereon is $2,538.54; and
WHEREAS, the Township has received from Mr. and Mrs. C. Pettit the amount of $2,538.54 for the assignment of said Tax Sale Certificate;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee of the Township of Stillwater that the Township shall assign Tax Sale Certificate No. 2020-017 to Mr. and Mrs. C. Pettit and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor and Clerk be and the same are hereby authorized to execute an Assignment of Tax Sale Certificate on behalf of Stillwater Township.
A motion was made by Mrs. Rumsey to adopt Resolution 2021-096 seconded by Mr. Scott. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, abstained.
RESOLUTION 2021-097 Authorizing Payment of Redemption Block 310 Lot 16
WHEREAS, on DECEMBER 26TH 2018 GISELA RUTNIK , Collector
Of Taxes sold at public sale Tax Lien for delinquent municipal lien on premises known as
Block 310 LOT 16 to STILLWATER TOWNSHIP 964 STILLWATER ROAD NEWTON NEW JERSEY 07860
WHEREAS, the Collector has received redemption of said lien on JULY 19, 2021,
And has deposited said sum in the current account of the Township of STILLWATER,TOWNSHIP
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Mayor and Committee of the Township of
1. As soon thereafter as the redemption funds have cleared the current account, in the amount of
$ 21,166.83 ISSUED TO TOWNSHIP the surrender of the certificate shall be issued to the owner of record
There was also a Premium paid in the amount of $.00 to be added to the certificate holder,
Provided the holder shall surrender the Certificate of Sale and comply with all laws relating thereto.
A motion was made by Mr. Scott to adopt Resolution 2021-097 seconded by Mrs. Rumsey. Roll Call Vote: Mr. Barta, yes, Mrs. Rumsey, yes, Mr. Scott, yes, Mr. Fisher yes, Mayor Chammings, yes.
Job Descriptions: Mrs. Rumsey would like to have a retired human resource administrator come and speak to the township committee regarding job descriptions for town hall employees. The township committee agreed and Mrs. Rumsey will invite her to the August 17, 2021 meeting.
Community Center updated Agreement was previously discussed and Mayor Chammings, Mrs. Rumsey and the clerk will meet to discuss.
Veterans Property Tax Exemption have been given to the township committee to review. The township committee agreed they are eligible and resolutions will be on the agenda in August.
OPEN PUBLIC SESSION
Louis Sylvester, 945 Old School House Road, expressed his concerns about the length of time to receive answers to his complaint filed four months. Mr. Barta noted in the last few months there have been changes in personnel and the zoning officer’s report will be forthcoming.
ATTORNEY’S REPORT – Mr. Bolcato had nothing further to report.
There being no further business to attend to, a motion was made by Mr. Scott, seconded by Mrs. Rumsey to conclude the meeting at 11:08 p.m., unanimously carried by roll call vote.
Lynda Knott, Township Clerk
Stillwater Township offers residents a Recycling and Convenience Center for household trash and recycling.
Residents are able to view property tax information through the Municipal Software Inc. system. You may find a property by entering the property’s location or block, lot and qualifier.
Stillwater Township posts all information about bids and proposals for township projects on a dedicated page.