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October 25, 2006 Meeting Minutes
TOWN OF EAST WINDSOR
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL AUTHORITY

Minutes of Meeting of October 25, 2006

Members Present:        Paul Anderson, Tom Davis, Mark Livings, Reggie Bancroft, Dave Tyler, and Ed Farrell (Alternate)

Members Absent:  Jim Barton (Alternate)

Others Present: WPCA Superintendent Kevin Leslie, WPCA Attorney Vincent Purnhagen, and Recording Secretary Laura Michael
Time and Place
Paul Anderson, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m. at the East Windsor WPCA Administration Building.  

I.  Designate Alternate to Sit for Absent Member
All regular members were present for the meeting.

II.  Acceptance of Minutes of September 27, 2006

Motion: To accept the minutes of September 27, 2006.
Bancroft/Davis
Tyler abstained
                Passed
                
III.  Payment of Bills

Motion: To authorize the payment of the October 25, 2006 bill sheet in the amount of $24,925.83.        
        Attorney Purnhagen arrived at this time and remained until adjournment. 
        Discussion:  Mr. Leslie went over the bill sheet outlining any unusual bills.  A discussion was held about the continuing problems at Mill Pond.  Mr. Leslie reported that he is keeping track of the bills and a surcharge will be added to next year’s sewer bill, as was discussed at a previous meeting.
        Livings/Davis
        Passed unanimously.

IV.  Visitors – none expected

V.  Receipt of Applications
Chris Lin, Chinese/Japanese Restaurant, 4 Prospect Hill Rd
Mr. Leslie reported that Ms. Lin had met with Town Engineer Len Norton to establish flow data, which will be 4 EDU’s.  Mr. Norton has given his approval. A grease interceptor was installed in the ground, although a site plan was not submitted.  This application is all set.  

Motion: To accept the application of Chris Lin, Chinese/Japanese Restaurant, Unit 6, 4 Prospect Hill Rd.
        Bancroft/Davis
        Passed unanimously.

John Silva, Dunkin’ Donuts, 216 South Main St
Mr. Leslie reported that Town Engineer Len Norton has reviewed the application.  Mr. Norton takes no exceptions to the plans.  The reported usage will be 3.5 which will be rounded to 4 EDU’s.

Motion: To accept the application of John Silva, Dunkin’ Donuts, 216 South Main St.
                Livings/Bancroft
                Passed unanimously.



VI.  Approval of Applications
Chris Lin, Chinese/Japanese Restaurant, 4 Prospect Hill Rd

Motion: To approve the application of Chris Lin, Chinese/Japanese Restaurant, Unit 6, 4 Prospect Hill Rd.
        Bancroft/Tyler
        Passed unanimously.

John Silva, Dunkin’ Donuts, 216 South Main St

Motion: To approve the application of John Silva, Dunkin’ Donuts, 216 South Main St, revision date of June 6, 2006.
        Livings/Tyler
        Passed unanimously.

VII.  Legal
Developer’s Agreement - Chapman Properties, Mansion’s on the Scantic
Attorney Purnhagen reported that this is a work in progress.

Developer’s Agreement – SJK Properties, Quarry Meadows
Attorney Purnhagen reported that this is a work in progress.

Delinquent Account #022013
                        Mr. Leslie explained that this account has been delinquent for 11 years; he showed a detailed delinquent statement to the board members.   A discussion continued about taking a stronger approach if payments are not made.  A decision was made to get a signed statement requiring regular, minimum monthly payments from the delinquent person. If there is no response from this person or payments are stopped, the WPCA will proceed with further collection attempts with legal remedies available.
        
Motion: To authorize the Superintendent to develop a payment plan for delinquent account # 022013 to address principal, interest and added charges as may be accrued.  The Superintendent will act as an agent for the WPCA to turn this account over to the WPCA Attorney if the delinquent person fails to respond or pay so that further action can be taken.
        Farrell/Davis
        Bancroft abstained
        Passed

Motion:         To suspend the regular meeting for the purpose of holding the public hearing scheduled at 7:30 p.m.
        Tyler/Livings
        Passed unanimously.

VIII.  Public Hearing Scheduled at 7:30 p.m.

Motion: To open the public hearing as published in the legal notice for Incola Partners, 18A-F Folkstone Rd, Scantic Glen and M&L Mason’s Brook LLC, 2 Mason’s Brook Lane.
                Tyler/Bancroft
                Passed unanimously.

There was no one present for Incola Partners, 18A-F Folkstone Rd, Scantic Glen.  Mr. Leslie stated that this is a new building with six condominium units and one-half of the FCC has been paid.

There was no one present for Mason’s Brook LLC, 2 Mason’s Brook Lane.  Mr. Leslie stated that this single unit in an active adult housing community and one-half of the FCC has been paid.
Motion:         To close the public hearing for Incola Partners, 18A-F Folkstone Rd, Scantic Glen and M&L Mason’s Brook LLC, 2 Mason’s Brook Lane.
                Bancroft/Farrell
                Passed unanimously.

Motion: To resume the regular meeting.
                Bancroft/Farrell
                Passed unanimously.

IX.  Action on Facility Connection Charges

Motion: To impose the Facility Connection Charges as published for Incola Partners, 18A-F Folkstone Rd, Scantic Glen and M&L Mason’s Brook LLC, 2 Mason’s Brook Lane.
        Bancroft/Davis
        Passed unanimously.

X.  3 Year FCC Review

Generation’s Hair Design, 47 Bridge St
                       Mr. Leslie explained that this is an existing building with a change of use.  Their sewer user charge has been one unit for each year; there was no FCC and none is owed.

Advance Auto Parts, 154 Bridge St
Mr. Leslie explained that this is a new auto parts store; a house was torn down on this property
for the store to be built.  They did not pay a Facility Connection Charge because of the house.  Their sewer user charge has been 1,1 and 3 units; this averages 1.66, one unit us given for growth.  They are ok.

St. John’s Church, 92 Main St
                       Mr. Leslie reported this was a school addition to the church; there was no additional FCC.  They were using one unit and continue to use one unit.  There is no new flow.  They are ok.

Riverview Plaza, 44 South Main St
Mr. Leslie explained that the plaza started out using 15 units and are currently using 13.  They are billed by the number of storefronts.  They are fine.

Olender’s Auto Body, 1 Shoham Rd
                       Mr. Leslie reported that this was an addition of a radiator shop.  They have a sewer user charge of
        2,2 and 3 units; they were using 2 units at the time of the addition; there was no additional FCC.  They are ok.

Motion: To accept the Superintendent’s recommendations of the 3 Year Review; no public hearing is necessary since there was no change in FCC.
        Tyler/Davis
        Passed unanimously.

XI.  Unfinished Business
            Newberry Rd Assessments
                        Mr. Leslie went over the values of three properties on Newberry Rd.  Poultry Products at 75 Newberry Rd, Noble Fire Brick at 88 Newberry Rd and Scorpion Fasteners at 120 Newberry Rd.  He explained what the assessments would look like based on a 25% payback.  He will look at these properties with a 50% payback for next month.  Mr. Anderson will meet with Mr. Leslie to go over the numbers and bring this information to the next meeting.

Prospect Hill Rd Assessments
This will be addressed after the Newberry Rd Assessments have been completed.


Establishment of Sewer Service Area
Mr. Leslie showed the latest version of the map.  It has been color-coded for zoning and lot lines have been marked.  Mr. Leslie asked the board what else they would like?  It was decided that the sewer lines should be bolder, the roads with sewers should be black and approved projects should have dashes.  After a discussion about having a special meeting or developing a subcommittee, it was decided to have a combination.  A subcommittee would meet a couple of times and then a special meeting would be scheduled.  Mr. Farrell and Mr. Davis volunteered for the subcommittee and will meet on Wednesdays for 1 hour beginning on November 1, 2006 at 10:00 am.

XII.  New Business
Superintendent’s Report
Mr. Leslie reported that the CIP request was due last Friday, but he wanted to run it by the board first.  He would like to finish funding the Prospect Hill Drive Extension; they currently have half of the money.  He would like to ask for replacement of the North Rd pump station, which is bad, over the next two to three years.  The Broad Brook pump station will also need to be looked at; with the new projects it will be running close to capacity.  Mr. Leslie would also like to look at funding for a new jet truck.

Adopt 2007 WPCA Meeting Schedule

Motion: To adopt the 2007 WPCA meeting schedule as presented.
Discussion:  Mr. Anderson stated that no public hearings would be scheduled for the month of December.
Bancroft/Livings
                Passed unanimously.

XIII.  Adjournment

Motion: To adjourn the meeting at 8:37 pm
                Bancroft/Tyler  
                                
                
Respectfully submitted,



Laura Michael   
Recording Secretary