Township of Cranbury, New Jersey

Township Committee Meeting Agenda

May 24, 2004



1.                  Pledge of Allegiance


2.                  Open Public Meetings Act Notice


3.                  Roll Call


4.                  Reports and Communications from Committee


--Committee Minutes 17 May 2004

--Sub Committee Reports -


5.                  Agenda Additions/Changes


6.                  Ordinance Second Reading


                        Cranbury Township Ordinance # 05-04-13 - A Bond Ordinance providing                               for sidewalk improvements in and by the Township of Cranbury, in the                                  County of Middlesex, New Jersey, appropriating $192,000 therefor,                                  authorizing the issuance of $182,800 bonds or notes of the Township for                            financing part of the cost thereof and directing the special assessment of                                     the cost thereof. (First reading 3 May 2004)


7.                  Consent Agenda    


Resolution # R 05-04-107 – Payment of Bills

Resolution # R 05-04-108 - Resolution authorizing the reduction of a performance guarantee for Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury. (Private Improvements)

Resolution # R 05-04-109 - Resolution authorizing the reduction of a   performance guarantee for Four Seasons at Historic Cranbury. (Public Improvements)

Resolution # R 05-04-110 – Authorizing Professional Services for David Orron (Attorney, Board of Health)

Resolution # R 05-04-111– Authorizing Professional Services for Hatch Mott MacDonald (Cathleen Marcelli, Township Engineer)

Resolution # R 05-04-112– Release of Maintenance Bond for New Haven Way Extension (Rossmoor Community Association connection to Prospect Plains)








8.                  Work Session                                


a.       Police Station Update

      Mark Berkowsky will provide the Township Committee a status report on         the soon to be built Cranbury Police Station. The final project budget will          be approved along with bid documents, bid opening dates and expected             acceptance of bids by Township Committee.


b.      Taping of Township Committee Meetings

With Township Committee approval, tapes made of Committee meetings can be destroyed 80 days after approval of the minutes associated with the meeting.  A listing of the taped meetings are provided so that the Township Committee can determine which tapes should be destroyed and which should be evaluated later. 


c.       Sale of Wright and Barclay Properties

      Township Committee will review draft bid documents to be used in the marketing and selling of the Barclay (North and South) and Wright (North         and South) properties along with the options available for the preservation            of the existing farmhouse located as part of the Barclay South.


9.                  Public Comment (For any items not on the agenda)


10.              Mayor’s Notes


                  Closed Session – Resolution # R 05-04-106 – Closed Session Committee                                      Minutes – Committee Minutes 17 May 2004


11.              Approval of Closed session minutes of  Committee Minutes 17 May 2004


12.              Adjourn


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TC May 2004