Commission Meeting

of





STATE HOUSE COMMISSION










LOCATION: Committee Room 16

State House Annex

Trenton, New Jersey

DATE: December 13, 1999

9:00 a.m.







MEMBERS OF COMMISSION PRESENT:



Eileen K. Schlindwein, Chair

(Representing Governor Christine Todd Whitman)

Assemblyman Anthony Impreveduto

Assemblyman Leonard Lance

Charlene M. Holzbaur

Maureen Adams

(Representing Roland M. Machold)



ALSO PRESENT:



Edward R. McGlynn, Secretary

Michael J. Haas, Counsel

John J. Mycoff

Manager

Community Relations-Accelerated Projects

New Jersey Department of Transportation 15



Peter J. Gorman

Acting Secretary

Division of Pensions

New Jersey Department of Treasury 17



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MS. EILEEN K. SCHLINDWEIN (Chair): Good morning. I'd like to call the meeting to order. Can I have the reading of the Open Public Meetings Act statement, please?

MR. HAAS (Counsel): In compliance with Chapter 231 of the Public Laws of 1975, notice of this meeting was given by way of notice filed with the Secretary of State, delivered to the State House press corps, and posted at the offices of the State House Commission.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Thank you.

Will everyone join me with standing for the Pledge of Allegiance. (participants recite the Pledge of Allegiance) Thank you.

May I have a roll call, please?

MR. McGLYNN (Secretary): Sure.

Assemblyman Lance.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Here.

MR. McGLYNN: Deputy State Treasurer Adams.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Here.

MR. McGLYNN: Director Holzbaur.

DIRECTOR HOLZBAUR: Here.

MR. McGLYNN: Chairwoman Schlindwein.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Here.

MR. McGLYNN: And Assemblyman Impreveduto is on his way.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: We expect him to be arriving shortly and joining us.

The first item on the agenda under Old Business is approval of the September 23, 1999 and November 5, 1999 State House Commission meeting minutes.

May I have a motion, please?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: So moved.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Is there a second?

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Any discussion on the minutes? (no response)

All in favor? (affirmative responses)

The second item on the agenda is Resolution No. 98-15, by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury, on behalf of Kean University.

May I have a description of that, please?

MR. McGLYNN: Yes. The Department of Treasury requests approval to lease approximately 2.5 acres of vacant land located at Block 105, Lot 7, Union Township, to the Township of Union and grant an easement to Lackland Storage, for access onto Green Lane.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I have a motion on that item?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Moved.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: And a second?

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: All in favor? (affirmative responses)

Any opposed to the motion? (no response)

We'll move to the next item on the agenda.

Item No. 3, the New Jersey Department of Treasury, on behalf of Military and Veterans Affairs, requests approval for a utility easement to Sprint Communications.

May I have a description of that item?

MR. McGLYNN: Yes. This approval is requested for the Sea Girt Training Center in Monmouth County, and it has gone through all the appropriate processes.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I have a motion on that, Item No. 3?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Moved.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: All in favor? (affirmative responses)

And opposed? (no response)

Hearing none, we go to the next item.

No. 4, Resolution 93-43, requesting party, the New Jersey Department of the Treasury, for approval to lease a DEP residential property to Jean Michael.

May I have a description of that item?

MR. McGLYNN: Yes, Madam Chairwoman, with your approval, Items No. 4 through No. 15 are all leases for residential properties. Maybe if I describe each one of those, we can do those en masse.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: That's fine. Please do so.

MR. McGLYNN: Okay.

No. 4, RPR 93-43, is a request to approve a lease for a DEP residential property located within the Swarthwood State Park, in Franklin Township, Somerset County.

No. 5, RPR 93-51, is a request by the Department of the Treasury to lease a DEP residential property located at 42 Jefferson Lake Road, in Byram Township, Sussex County.

Item No. 6, RPR 93-53, is a request by the Department of the Treasury to lease a DEP residential property located at 6 Hamblen Lane, in Allamuchy Township, Warren County.

No. 7, RPR 93-55, is a request by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury to approve a lease of a DEP residential property located at 27 River Road, in Old Bridge Township, Middlesex County.

Item No. 8, RPR 93-61, is a request by the Department of Treasury to lease a DEP residential property located at 2575 Colony Road, in Allamuchy Township, in Warren County.

Item No. 9, RPR 93-68, is a request by the Department of Treasury to lease a DEP residential property located at 1149 Waterloo Road, in Allamuchy Township, Warren County.

No. 10, RPR 93-73, is a request by the Department of Treasury to approve a lease of a DEP residential property located at 1159 Waterloo Road, in Allamuchy Township, Warren County.

Item No. 11, RPR 93-81, is a request by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury to approve a lease of a DEP residential property located at 2530 Colony Road, in Allamuchy Township, Warren County.

Item No. 12, is a request by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury to approve a lease of a DEP residential property to Middlebush Farms. The property is located at 10 South Middlebush Farms, in Franklin Township, Somerset County.

Item No. 13 is a request by the New Jersey Department of the Treasury to approve a lease of a DEP residential property located at -- a single-family dwelling -- 397 Blackwell Mills Road, in Franklin Township, Somerset County.

Item No. 14 is a request by the New Jersey Department of Treasury to lease a DEP property located at Block 58, Lot 3, at 1820 Millstone River Road, in Franklin Township, Somerset County.

And Item No. 15 is a request by the New Jersey Department of Treasury to approve a lease of a DEP residential property located at 44 Jefferson Lake Road, in Byram Township, Sussex County.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I have a motion to move these items, 4 through 15?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: So moved.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Is there any discussion? (no response)

I've neglected to advise the public earlier. If there is anyone who has a comment on any of these agenda items, please make yourselves known so you can be identified and speak. Any public comment? (no response)

All in favor? (affirmative responses)

Item No. 16, RPR No. 00-03, Mr. McGlynn, can you advise us of what this is?

MR. McGLYNN: The New Jersey Department of Treasury, on behalf of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, requests approval to lease a parcel of vacant land to Cellular One for the construction of a communication tower. The property is located on the grounds of the Sea Girt Training Center, in Sea Girt Borough, Monmouth County. All local and regional approvals have been obtained.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion as to Item No. 16?

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: So moved.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Is there any discussion? (no response)

Any public comment? (no response)

Hearing none, I'll call for a vote.

All in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

Hearing none, next item, No. 17.

MR. McGLYNN: Item No. 17 is RPR No. 00-05. The New Jersey Department of the Treasury, on behalf of the Department of Human Services, requests approval to lease 3 Executive Drive, on the grounds of the Greystone Psychiatric Hospital, to Angel Connection, Inc. The property is located in Parsippany-Troy Hills, Morris County, and the Angel Connection, Inc., is an AIDS hospice I am told.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion on Item No. 17?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: So moved.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Is there any discussion? (no response)

Any public comment? (no response)

Hearing none, all in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

Next item.

MR. McGLYNN: Item No. 18, RPR 00-08: The New Jersey Department of Treasury, on behalf of the Department of Human Services, requests approval to grant an easement to GPU Energy. The property is located at 3 Executive Drive, on the grounds of the Greystone Psychiatric Hospital, in Parsippany-Troy Hills, Morris County.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion on Item No. 18?

DIRECTOR HOLZBAUR: So moved.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Thank you.

Any discussion on Item No. 18? (no response)

Public comment? (no response)

All in favor for No. 18? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

Item No. 19.

MR. McGLYNN: Item No. 19, whereas pursuant to Title 30:4-78, the State House Commission shall fix the rates to be charged to counties for various clients residing in State institutions and programs. Therefore, be it resolved that the following county rates, developed and in accordance with the revised "Rate Setting Methodology for Establishing State Hospital and Institutional Rates," effective January 1, 1991, including revisions to the methodology, are hereby established for the calendar year beginning January 1, 2000.

The State psychiatric hospitals: the State general psychiatric hospitals, a county rate per diem of $172.51; the Arthur Brisbane Child Treatment Center, a county rate per diem of $440.94; the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, $184.28; the Community Mental Health Center of UMDNJ, $526.46; the State Development Centers, $80.26; and special residential services will be $69.45.

And there are three footnotes, Madam Chairwoman, that we will incorporate as part of the record when the minutes are done.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Okay. Thank you.

Do I hear a motion on Item No. 19?

DIRECTOR HOLZBAUR: So moved.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Thank you.

Second?

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Thank you.

Any discussion? (no response)

Any public comment? (no response)

All in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

Hearing none, we move to the next item, No. 20.

MR. McGLYNN: Item No. 20: Whereas pursuant to Title 30:4-78, the State House Commission shall establish rates to be charged to the State for various patients in county psychiatric facilities. Therefore, be it resolved that the following rates, developed in accordance with approved "County Psychiatric Hospitals State Aid Reimbursement Methodology Per Capita Cost Rates," effective January 1, 1991, be and are hereby established for the calendar year beginning January 1, 2000. These rates are to be charged at 50 percent for the January 1 through June 30, 2000 service period, and at 130 percent for the July 1 through December 31, 2000 service period for county indigent clients, and at 100 percent for the entire year for State indigent clients.

The rates established by the State House Commission shall be predicated on compliance with the facility's Certificate of Need and its conditions, as approved by the Department of Health and Senior Services. Failure to comply with any aspect of the Certificate of Need or its conditions is determined by the Department of Human Services and may result in the reduction of the rate for the applicable period by 25 percent for each month of such noncompliance. The facility shall supply all information determined by the Department of Human Services to be necessary to monitor such compliance.

The Bergen County Regional Medical Center, inpatient services, $483.42; acute partial psychiatric, $132.49; outpatient psychiatric, $287.39; Buttonwood Hospital of Burlington County, inpatient rates of $301.85; Camden County Health Services Center, psychiatric services, $340.03; Hudson County Meadowview Hospital, inpatient services, $601.00; Essex County Hospital Center, inpatient services, $351.04; Union County Runnells Specialized Hospital, inpatient services, $500.37.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Thank you, Mr. McGlynn.

Do I hear a motion to move No. 20?

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: So moved.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Thank you.

Any discussion? (no response)

Any public comment? (no response)

All in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

Hearing none, we'll move to the next item, No. 21.

MR. McGLYNN: These are all Department of Environmental Protection requests. No. 21, the park name is Estell Manor Park. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, on behalf of the County of Atlantic, requests approval to divert approximately 4 acres of Estell Manor Park for the expansion of the veterans cemetery. This parcel will be added to the existing 4.2-acre cemetery that was created within the park in 1986.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion on Item No. 21?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Moved.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion? (no response)

Any public comment? (no response)

Hearing none, all in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

Hearing none, we'll move to Item No. 22.

MR. McGLYNN: The park name is the Hancock House Historic Site. The Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Parks and Forestry, requests approval to grant an easement on one-tenth of an acre of land to the County of Salem, for construction and maintenance of bulkhead on property administered by the Division of Parks and Forestry adjacent to the Hancock House Historic Site, which borders Lower Alloways Creek, in Lower Alloways Creek Township, Salem County.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion on No. 22.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: So moved.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Second?

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion? (no response)

Any public comment? (no response)

Hearing none, all in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response) None.

We'll move to the next item, No. 23.

MR. McGLYNN: The park name is the Colliers Mills Wildlife Management Area. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Fish, Game and Wildlife, requests approval to convey a permanent easement of 0.86 of an acre of land to the Township of Plumsted for the construction of a realigned municipal road, since the current road is so located as to be a traffic hazard where it intersects with Route 539 in Plumsted Township.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion on Item No. 23?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: So moved.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion? (no response)

Any comment from the public? (no response)

Hearing none, all in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response) None.

We'll move to the next item, No. 24.

MR. McGLYNN: Item No. 24 is a former United States Lifesaving Station. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection requests approval to lease 1.5 acres, including a former U.S. Lifesaving Station building, to the Borough of Monmouth Beach, for a period of 24 years. The property is obviously located in the Borough of Monmouth Beach, Monmouth County.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion on Item No. 24?

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: So moved.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion? (no response)

Any public comment? (no response)

All in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

Hearing none, we'll move to the next item.

MR. McGLYNN: Item No. 25 is the Ringwood State Park, Passaic County project. The DEP, Green Acres, proposes to renew the grant to allow a three-foot encroachment onto Block 1000, Lot 2, to Douglas Gajewski and Lisa Molnar, for a period of 10 years, unless sooner revoked or terminated, as provided in the agreement.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion on No. 25?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Moved.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion? (no response)

Public comment? (no response)

Hearing none, all in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response) None.

We'll move to the next item, No. 26.

MR. McGLYNN: Thank you.

These are all Department of Transportation requests. Item No. 26 is a project located at Route 40, also known as 70, Section 11A, Parcel VX19C. The New Jersey Department of Transportation, Bureau of Right-of-Way, Property Management Unit, requests approval to sell a rectangular parcel of vacant land, with frontage on Route 70, in Brick Township. The site contains 0.448 acres or 19,515 square feet.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion for No. 26?

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: So moved.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion? (no response)

Public comment? (no response)

Hearing none, all in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

We'll move to Item No. 27.

MR. McGLYNN: Item No. 27 is a project located at Route 287, Section 21, Parcel VX71C. The New Jersey Department of Transportation, Bureau of Right-of-Way, Property Management, requests approval to sell a parcel of vacant land located in the Borough of Oakland, Bergen County. The site contains 0.859 acres.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I have a motion on Item No. 27?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Moved.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion? (no response)

Any public comment? (no response)

Hearing none, all in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response) None.

We move to Item No. 28.

MR. McGLYNN: Item No. 28 is a project located at Route 80, Allamuchy Township, in Warren County. The New Jersey Department of Transportation, Bureau of Design Support Engineering, Wireless Communications Unit, requests approval to license a site located along Route 80 eastbound, at milepost 21.4, truck rest area, in Allamuchy Township, for the purposes of erecting a wireless communications facility on State-owned property.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I have a motion on Item No. 28?

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Moved.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I have a second?

DIRECTOR HOLZBAUR: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Yes. I have discussion on this. I note in the comments that there were some questions of this of local residents in Allamuchy Township.

Is there anyone here from the Department of Transportation? (affirmative response from audience)

Mr. Mycoff, would you come forward, please.

And, Mr. Mycoff, for the record, would you identify yourself?

J O H N J. M Y C O F F: John Mycoff, with the Department of Transportation.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: Thank you.

A year ago, in June, we approved a tower that was going to be 1000 feet, I think, that was not in the record, as I reviewed the minutes of that item. Recently, questions were raised about it in Sparta Township, in Sussex County, I believe. And I note in this item the tower is to be roughly 108 feet. Is that right?

MR. MYCOFF: Yes, sir.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: And I also note there were concerns from local residents -- they would undoubtedly be constituents of mine -- but the Department of Transportation has said that it has addressed those concerns.

Do you recall, John, what they might have been?

MR. MYCOFF: Yes, sir. There was concern originally that it was in the view-shed -- the Delaware Water Gap view-shed -- so the site was moved to its current location, and the public meeting was held on, I believe, July 29 of this year, in Allamuchy. The result of that meeting was that this was an appropriate site, and our policy is to give the municipality 60 days from the time of that meeting to pass a resolution, if they so choose, either supporting or opposing a site. They indicated that that site, at the meeting, would be acceptable to them. No resolution was forthcoming, however, that is not unusual. They just decided not to take any action.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: And the tower will not be in the view of the Delaware Water Shed?

MR. MYCOFF: Yes. It was removed from an area where there were objections locally, because it was considered in the view-shed of the Delaware Water Gap, and it was moved to a location that was acceptable to the locals.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: I have viewed that location, and it's quite attractive. I'm pleased to hear that. And for the record, I'm pleased that the DOT has worked with the local concerns.

Thank you, Madam Chair.

Thank you, Mr. Mycoff.

MR. MYCOFF: Thank you.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Thank you.

Do I hear a motion on Item No. 28?

DIRECTOR HOLZBAUR: So moved.

DEPUTY TREASURER ADAMS: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any further discussion? (no response)

All in favor of No. 28? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response) None.

We move on to No. 29.

MR. McGLYNN: No. 29 is a project on Route 287, in Harding Township, in Morris County. The Department of Transportation, Bureau of Design Support Engineering, Wireless Communications Unit, requests approval to license a site located along Route 287 northbound, at milepost 32.8 rest area, in Harding Township, for the purpose of erecting a wireless communications facility on State-owned property. It is my understanding that all local and regional approvals have been obtained.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do I hear a motion on No. 29?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: So moved.

DIRECTOR HOLZBAUR: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion on No. 29? (no response)

Any public comment? (no response)

Hearing none, all in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response) None.

We'll move to No. 30.

MR. McGLYNN: As you know, Madam Chairwoman, the State House Commission also sits as the proprietors or the overseers of the State House Pension System.

P E T E R J. G O R M A N: My name is Pete Gorman. I'm the Acting Secretary of the Judicial Retirement System.

On the September minutes, I neglected to include the fact that the Commission, at the September meeting, approved the notice of the publication of a new rule for loans for judges. It's mandated by statute. It's just I messed up and didn't include it. So I would ask you to consider approving the amended version that I'll gladly give to you.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Do we have that now?

MR. GORMAN: Pardon me?

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: The amended version--

MR. GORMAN: I don't have it now.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: --that will be submitted?

MR. GORMAN: In fact, I just noticed that right now. I'll have it for you today.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Okay.

MR. McGLYNN: Just make sure that it's supplied, and we'll put it as part of the minutes.

MR. GORMAN: Right, obviously.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Okay.

MR. McGLYNN: So we need a motion to approve the minutes of the meeting held on September 23 with--

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: With an amendment.

MR. McGLYNN: --an amendment.

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: So moved.

DIRECTOR HOLZBAUR: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any further discussion? (no response)

All in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

Hearing none, is that the last item on our agenda, Mr. McGlynn?

MR. McGLYNN: Mr. Gorman, I forget whether or not we actually vote to approve the financial statements or the confirmations of death claims. Is that required of us?

MR. GORMAN: The statutory time. I think at the next meeting I'll put it on the agenda to approve the adopted version. The notice that you approved the last time was just to publish it as a proposal. Then we wait for the comment.

MR. McGLYNN: I'm sorry, no. Items No. 2 and No. 3 on our agenda--

MR. GORMAN: I'm sorry.

MR. McGLYNN: --are the financial statements and the confirmation of death claims.

MR. GORMAN: Right.

MR. McGLYNN: Must we act on those?

MR. GORMAN: Yes, I'm sorry.

MR. McGLYNN: So we do need a motion on Items No. 2 and No. 3.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Okay. Items No. 2 and No. 3? Can that be together, Mr. McGlynn?

MR. McGLYNN: Yes, that's fine.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Can I have a motion for Items No. 2 and No. 3 on the Judicial Retirement System agenda?

ASSEMBLYMAN LANCE: So moved.

DIRECTOR HOLZBAUR: Second.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Moved and seconded.

Any discussion or public comment? (no response)

Hearing none, all in favor? (affirmative responses)

Opposed? (no response)

MR. McGLYNN: Before we-- Yes, please.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: I think we'll take, at this time, a 15-minute recess, for Assemblyman Impreveduto.



(RECESS)



AFTER RECESS:



MS. SCHLINDWEIN: We're reconvening after recess.

Assemblyman Impreveduto has arrived. Welcome.

ASSEMBLYMAN IMPREVEDUTO: Thank you.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: We've gone through the agenda, and I understand that you've read and reviewed the agenda.

ASSEMBLYMAN IMPREVEDUTO: I have read and reviewed the agenda, and I wish to be voted in the affirmative for all of the issues.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Okay.

Thank you very much.

ASSEMBLYMAN IMPREVEDUTO: Thank you.

MR. McGLYNN: Mr. Haas?

MR. HAAS: That's fine.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: We have a quorum then, Mr. Haas, and all of the motions that we have voted on have passed.

MR. HAAS: Have been passed. Yes.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Okay. Thank you.

Do I have a motion to adjourn?

ASSEMBLYMAN IMPREVEDUTO: Moved.

MS. SCHLINDWEIN: Second.

All in favor? (affirmative responses)



(MEETING CONCLUDED)