Mahwah July 22, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • Page 3 Few changes result from annual reorganization by Frank J. McMahon The Mahwah Township Council held its annual reorganization meeting at the first public meeting in July, but few changes were made to the governing body. Councilman Samuel Alderisio and Councilwoman Lisa DiGiulio were absent from the meeting, but the other four members of the council, Robert Hermansen, Allan Kidd, John Roth, and Roy Larson chose John DaPuzzo to serve another one-year term as council president and Robert Hermansen to serve another term as council vice president. The governing body also chose DaPuzzo to continue to continue to serve as the council’s liaison to the planning board. Nicholas Savino and Charles Rabolli were reappointed to the board of adjustment, while Ben Kesmarsky was appointed to that board as an alternate member for a two-year term. Hermansen was appointed to serve another year as the council’s liaison to the board of education and Alderisio was reappointed to serve on the senior citizen advisory board while Councilman John Roth was appointed to continue to serve on the Community Cable Television Committee. Lisa DiGiulio was appointed to serve another year on the Bergen County Community Development Committee. Louis C. Mai was reappointed as the township’s auditor, Boswell McClave Engineering was reappointed as the township engineering firm, and Terry Bottinelli was reappointed as the township attorney. Mayor Richard Martel reappointed McManimon and Scotland LLC as the township’s bond counsel, Joseph Burgis as the township’s municipal planner, McCarthy & Forde as the township’s risk management and health benefits consultant, and Malcolm Pirnie Inc as the township’s sewer and water consultant. The mayor also appointed Keith Hallissey as the director of public works and reappointed Dr.Glenn Lesley of Mahwah Medical as the police doctor. Karen A. Prelich and Robert Zisgen were reappointed as the township’s copublic defenders and Dennis Harraka was reappointed as the township’s prosecutor. Martel also appointed Sydney Harris to the board of health for four years, Karl R. Bierley to the library board of trustees until Dec. 31, 2013, and Dr. Bernard Ross and Jeremiah J. Crean to new four-year terms on the planning board. He also appointed Karin LaGreca and Chance Parker to three-year terms on the Mahwah Environmental Commission; Alex Michelini, Barbara Shanley, Deborah Grob, and Randall V. Brewster to four-year terms on the Historic Preservation Commission and Yvonne Beatrice to a two-year term on that commission. In addition, Martel appointed Bill Savino to the Mahwah Housing Commission for a three-year term and Patricia Spiech and Maxine Ross to the senior citizens advisory board. The Mahwah Municipal Pool will offer group swim lessons beginning Aug. 3 The session runs each weekday morning for 10 days during the first two weeks in August. The cost of the program is $85. Registration takes place at the Mahwah Municipal Pool at 700 Darlington Avenue. Participants need not be a Mahwah resident or pool member to take swim lesson. Call (201) 529-4949. Swim lessons offered ��������������� Perennials ���������������������� ������ ���������������� �������������� ����������� ��������������� PATRIOT HOSTA (2 gal. - Reg. $1495) ���������������������������������������� ������������������������������������� SALE $ 999 W Family Footwear e are Fit! RamapoNurseryColor3x2(7-22-09) 3 x 2” 1003 MacArthur Blvd., Mahwah NJ • 201-327-0888 7-22-09 joan/janine 3 DAYS ONLY $ Thursday • Friday • Saturday July 23rd, 24th & 25th We cannot guarantee the fit of Sidewalk Sale shoes or sneakers. Not all sizes or styles. there will be a limited number of customers allowed in at one time during these 3 days No refunds • No exchanges Cash & Carry • No charges • No holding shoes ’S WOMEN EN’S & M EAKERS ES & SN SHO $ ’S Limited Grou p • Famous Bran CHILDREN TO $ FOR SAFETY REASONS TO $135 VALUES YLES S OR ST ALL SIZE NOT 13 11 TO $ 53 VALUES TO $75 NOT ALL S IZES OR ST YLES 11 SNEAKERS ds 29 CHILDREN • MISSES Shoes, Sand als, Boots $ Closing 5pm Wednesday, July 22 to set up Sidewalk Sale Hours: Thurs & Fri 10-6 • Sat 10-5 TO $ VALUES TO $75 NOT ALL S IZES OR ST YLES 29