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Resolutions 145-2013 - 157-2013
Adopted and Approved April 22, 2013
Meeting Minutes (PDF)

R145-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON AUTHORIZING USE OF THE HARTLEY DODGE MEMORIAL BY THE Madison arts and cultural alliance and MADISON HISTORICAL SOCIETY ON June 9, 2013

R146-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON ESTABLISHING AN AD HOC ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MASTER PLAN FOR THE MADISON RECREATION CENTER

R147-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON SUPPORTING THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION RECOMMENDATION FOR A ‘NO PASSING ZONE’ IN THE VICINITY OF NILES AVENUE

R148-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON AMENDING RESOLUTION R109-2013: AUTHORIZING THE FARMERS' MARKET FOR 2013

R149-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON RATIFYING APPOINTMENT OF INTERN Ms. CORAL rosencranz TO A SUMMER INTERN POSITION IN THE technology DEPARTMENT

R150-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON AUTHORIZING ADVERTISEMENT FOR OFFICE ASSISTANT I, PART-TIME

R151-2013: 2013 RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON AUTHORIZING FRIDAY EVENING DOWNTOWN CONCERT SERIES

R152-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON AUTHORIZING MEMBERSHIP IN THE 2013 EMPLOYEE WELLNESS PROGRAM THROUGH THE MADISON YMCA

R153-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON AUTHORIZING AND RATIFYING THE AWARD OF NON-FAIR AND OPEN CONTRACT FOR THE POSITION OF BOROUGH PROSECUTOR FOR 2013

R154-2013: Item removed and the # retired

R155-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER FOR CIFELLI & SON CO., INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $32,000.00 BRINGING TOTAL AUTHORIZED PAYMENT TO $262,345.60 FOR THE SAMSON AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT

R156-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON AWARDING CONTRACT TO DENNIS HARRINGTON OF MADISON, NJ FOR FIELD INSPECTIONS AND OVERSIGHT OF THE ROSEDALE AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT IN THE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $10,500.00

R157-2013: RESOLUTION OF THE BOROUGH OF MADISON APPROVING TEMPORARY SIGNS FOR MADISON ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION AND THE MADISON GREEN FAIR