CALL TO ORDER – Mayor Kenneth Schultz

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TOWN OF HYPOLUXO
MINUTES
REGULAR TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
Al Merion Council Chamber
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
CALL TO ORDER – Mayor Kenneth Schultz called the meeting to order at 7 p.m.
ROLL CALL – Elected Officials: Mayor Kenneth Schultz; Town Council Members Karen Miller,
Dan Monahan, Bill Smith and Dick Roney. Absent: Vice Mayor Mike Brown.
SILENT PRAYER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
AGENDA APPROVAL – ADDITIONS, DELETIONS OR MODIFICATIONS TO AGENDA None
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mayor Schultz introduced State Representative Mary Brandenburg who presented an update on the
recent legislative session.
COMMENTS FROM MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC - None
CONSENT AGENDA
Ms. Miller moved approval of the Consent Agenda as follows: a) Minutes of the Town Council
Meeting held May 20, 2009; and b) Appointments of William Hartmann and John Underwood
to the Planning & Zoning Board. Seconded by Mr. Monahan. Vote: Unanimous.
PUBLIC HEARINGS - None
ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS - None
DISCUSSION ITEMS - None
INFORMATION ITEMS & REPORTS
Budget – Comparison of Actual Expenditures and Income to Budget and Statement on
Reserves – No comments.
COMMENTS
Council Members
Mr. Roney said the June 8th Lantana meeting regarding the Cenacle Property was postponed due to
litigation filed by residents of a Lantana condominium.
Town Attorney
Mr. Rubin commented on the recently passed SB 360 that extends certain development and building
permits for two years due to the current economic situation. There is some ambiguity about what it
applies to and he will monitor the issue.
Town Clerk – No comments
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Mayor
Mayor Schultz reported:
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Gate entry systems, activated by sirens and handheld devices to open them in non emergency
situations, were discussed at the President’s meeting. Boynton Beach is looking into grants
to assist private associations with the cost.
Cautioned about Facebook pages for public officials as it is difficult to maintain compliance
with Florida’s public records and sunshine requirements when comments are posted by
officials.
Wind Turbines to supplement an individual home’s energy needs are being encouraged
around the country. Mayor Schultz questioned if an ordinance is needed to address such
installations as there can be noise associated with them. Mr. Rubin said he would look into
it.
Solid Waste Authority tipping fees are being increased to $144 per ton. This will impact our
Waste Management fees.
Sizable budget restrictions are anticipated for the 2010 fiscal year. Millage rates can be
raised to generate the same revenue as this year to compensate for lower property values.
Mayor Schultz thanked Jim Page, 170 Neptune Drive, for the photo presentation that he
made this evening prior to the meeting.
Happy Birthday to Len Rubin
Comments from the Public - None
ADJOURNMENT – Mayor Schultz adjourned the meeting at 7:35 p.m.
APPROVED THIS ______ DAY OF ____________________, 2009.
ATTEST:
ATTEST:
Kenneth M. Schultz, Mayor
Barbara Searls Ross, Town Clerk
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