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Guest Presented By Anselmo MILLAN

On Tuesday, April 3rd, Anselmo Millan spoke to the Mayor and Council. Millan asked the Governing body to place on the Agenda and to vote on a resolution titled: REQUESTING A RESOLUTION FROM THE GOVERNING BODY FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESSES & PROPERTY OWNERS IN THE REDEVELOPMENT AREA.

Millan: BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that an ordinance shall be adopted by petition or through initiative and referendum, unless the governing body shall enact the same prior to said referendum vote by the registered voters of Harrison.

Millan suggested that: Whereas the Faulkner Act, NJSA 40:69A-184, authorizes the adoption of ordinances and the amendment of ordinances through citizen or voter initiated petition signed by at least 10% of the total votes cast in the municipality at the last election for members of the General (State) Assembly.

Millan preffers to have the governing body vote on this before having to present a petition, but if needed the petition will be presented, if necessary by special meeting.

Here is a copy of such paper work:

REQUESTING A RESOLUTION FROM THE GOVERNING BODY FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESSES & PROPERTY OWNERS IN THE REDEVELOPMENT AREA:

Whereas, the Town of Harrison has determined that a substantial portion of the community is within a “redevelopment area” or “area in need of redevelopment,” as those terms are defined in the “Local Redevelopment and Housing Law” (“LRHL”), N.J.S.A. 40:12A-1, et seq.;

Whereas, the Town of Harrison has adopted redevelopment plans and various amendments thereto, over a period of several years, pursuant to the provisions of the LRHL;

Whereas, among these redevelopment plans are policies which favor the retention and enhancement of viable, local businesses such that these businesses can prosper, develop and redevelop and grow along with the planned new redevelopment projects;

Whereas, several homeowners and existing businesses currently face the threat of eminent domain and forced relocation outside of the Town of Harrison;

Whereas, many of these locally-owned businesses have been in Harrison for many years and have faithfully served the community and residents of Harrison, and desire to remain at their present locations;

Whereas the Faulkner Act, NJSA 40:69A-184, authorizes the adoption of ordinances and the amendment of ordinances through citizen or voter initiated petition signed by at least 10% of the total votes cast in the municipality at the last election for members of the General (State) Assembly.

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that an ordinance shall be adopted by petition or through initiative and referendum, unless the governing body shall enact the same prior to said referendum vote by the registered voters of Harrison as follows:

PUBLIC QUESTION

YES / NO: Shall an ordinance be adopted which restricts the use of eminent domain in the Township of Harrison by disallowing the use of eminent domain for private redevelopment purposes. Further the Township will be prohibited from the use of eminent domain against any homeowner or a legally-authorized business within a redevelopment area in the Town of Harrison. Such property owners will be allowed to develop or redevelop or otherwise to continue as a business at the present location notwithstanding the listing of said business as among the properties identified in a redevelopment plan.

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Explanatory Statement:

This ordinance may be adopted by the governing body of the Town of Harrison directly or by the voters of Harrison through petition drive. If enacted, it will prohibit the use of eminent domain for redevelopment purposes and will allow viable businesses in redevelopment area to continue to operate as a business and to develop further or redevelop in accordance with municipal redevelopment objectives

This right will extend only to those businesses which are not blighted.

This will be a way for such businesses to be protectted. A great motion.

Good job MILLAN

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I think it's the least we as Harrisonians alike can do. This gives the property owners full protection from just getting kicked out. After all I don't think these people were very informed of the Town's redevelopment project, or maybe they could have been included

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a day late and a dollar short, didn't this guy vote for the redevolopment when he was a councilman ? he thinks the public is stupid and forgot his games and now he is back again trying to be someone important , go back under your rock . maybe this time he will be delt with properly.

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On Tuesday, April 3rd, Anselmo Millan spoke to the Mayor and Council.  Millan asked the Governing body to place on the Agenda and to vote on a resolution titled:  REQUESTING A RESOLUTION FROM THE GOVERNING BODY FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESSES & PROPERTY OWNERS  IN THE REDEVELOPMENT AREA.

Millan: BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that an ordinance shall be adopted by petition or through initiative and referendum, unless the governing body shall enact the same prior to said referendum vote by the registered voters of Harrison.

Millan suggested that:            Whereas the Faulkner Act, NJSA 40:69A-184, authorizes the adoption of ordinances and the amendment of ordinances through citizen or voter initiated petition signed by at least 10% of the total votes cast in the municipality at the last election for members of the General (State) Assembly.

Millan preffers to have the governing body vote on this before having to present a petition, but if needed the petition will be presented, if necessary by special meeting.

Here is a copy of such paper work:

REQUESTING A RESOLUTION FROM THE GOVERNING BODY FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESSES & PROPERTY OWNERS  IN THE REDEVELOPMENT AREA:

            Whereas, the Town of Harrison has determined that a substantial portion of the community is within a “redevelopment area” or “area in need of redevelopment,” as those terms are defined in the “Local Redevelopment and Housing Law” (“LRHL”), N.J.S.A. 40:12A-1, et seq.;

            Whereas, the Town of Harrison has adopted redevelopment plans and various amendments thereto, over a period of several years, pursuant to the provisions of the LRHL;

            Whereas, among these redevelopment plans are policies which favor the retention and enhancement of viable, local businesses such that these businesses can prosper, develop and redevelop and grow along with the planned new redevelopment projects;

            Whereas, several  homeowners and existing businesses currently face the threat of eminent domain and forced relocation outside of the Town of Harrison;

            Whereas, many of these locally-owned businesses have been in Harrison for many years and have faithfully served the community and residents of Harrison, and desire to remain at their present locations;

            Whereas the Faulkner Act, NJSA 40:69A-184, authorizes the adoption of ordinances and the amendment of ordinances through citizen or voter initiated petition signed by at least 10% of the total votes cast in the municipality at the last election for members of the General (State) Assembly.

            BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that an ordinance shall be adopted by petition or through initiative and referendum, unless the governing body shall enact the same prior to said referendum vote by the registered voters of Harrison as follows:

                                                      PUBLIC QUESTION

            YES / NO:      Shall an ordinance be adopted which restricts the use of eminent domain in the Township of Harrison by disallowing the use of eminent domain for private redevelopment purposes. Further the Township will be prohibited from the use of eminent domain against any homeowner or a legally-authorized business within a redevelopment area in the Town of Harrison. Such property owners will be allowed to develop or redevelop or otherwise to continue as a business at the present location notwithstanding the listing of said business as among the properties identified in a redevelopment plan.

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            Explanatory Statement:

            This ordinance may be adopted by the governing body of the Town of Harrison directly or by the voters of Harrison through petition drive.  If enacted, it will prohibit the use of eminent domain for redevelopment purposes and will allow viable businesses in redevelopment area to continue to operate as a business and to develop further or redevelop in accordance with municipal redevelopment objectives

This right will extend only to those businesses which are not blighted. 

This will be a way for such businesses to be protectted.  A great motion. 

Good job MILLAN

"EDIMENT" Domain ??? You MORON !! The word is "Eminent".

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I guess this has been he way for setting up to run for office again, he hasen't gotten the message yet that he is not wanted to represent the 2nd ward voters, he thinks because McCormick won against a tired canidate and has a lot more friends in his ward than Millan that he stands a chance, but the public knows this ex councilman 's ego problem and how much it is about him and not the voting public, go away little man noboby wants or cares for you...............

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I guess this is using this ploy to garnish some votes if he deciedes to run for office again. Mr. Millan knows that the time to stand against redevelopment has passed and he was a part of the approving body of council that created this program. Now at this late date he is trying to convince the public that the direction can be changed. Sadly, some people will believe him and give support to this lost cause, and as usual he will be lying again to get support from the foolish believers that think this man is legit, watch out for the smoke and mirrow to follow,,,,,,,, wasen't this guy the same person years ago went he was councilman that all the new improvement that were taking place at that time was due to "his hard work and concern for us harrisonians," now he talks a different tune , beware for more of his bullsh*t to follow.....................

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I guess this is using this ploy to garnish some votes if he deciedes to run for office again. Mr. Millan knows that the time to stand against redevelopment has passed and he was a part of the approving body of council that created this program.  Now at this late date he is trying to convince the public that the direction can be changed. Sadly, some people will believe him and give support to this lost cause, and as usual he will be lying again to get support from the foolish believers that  think this man is legit,  watch out for the smoke and mirrow to follow,,,,,,,, wasen't this guy the same person years ago went he was councilman that all the new improvement that were taking place at that time was due to "his hard work and concern for us harrisonians," now he talks a different tune , beware for more of his bullsh*t to follow.....................

Same guy that 4 years ago they took away the NPP and all the projects that included the sidewalks and lamp post. McD has done alot since then. CHOOO CHOOOO......chuga chuga chuga......choooo chooo

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I guess this has been he way for setting up to run for office again, he hasen't gotten the message yet that he is not wanted to represent the 2nd ward voters, he thinks because McCormick won against a tired canidate and has a lot more friends in his ward than Millan that he stands a chance, but the public knows this ex councilman 's ego problem and how much it is about him and not the voting public, go away little man noboby wants or cares for you...............

HE IS WAITING TO RUN IN 2010 WHEN THE WORD AROUND IS THAT THE MAYOR MOST LIKELY WON'T RUN AGAIN & DORAN WILL REPLACE HIM.

HOPE RAY DECIDES TO STAY. HE'LL HAVE MORE TIME TO GIVE, ONCE HE REITRES & CAN DEVOTE 24/7 TO THE MAYORIAL JOB.

GO FOR IT RAY!!!! YOU'D BE BORED DOWN THE SHORE, 24/7 AFTER A FEW MONTHS.

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Same guy that 4 years ago they took away the NPP and all the projects that included the sidewalks and lamp post.    McD has done alot since then.  CHOOO  CHOOOO......chuga chuga chuga......choooo chooo

WHERE ARE THE 'NEW' SIDEWALKS 'EAST' OF DAVIS AV? I don't see them putting any in near HIRAM PL. OR KINGSLAND AVE OR MANOR AVE OR FRANKLIN AV OR ON THE HARRISON SECTION BEFORE SCHUYLER AV??????

When will the 'other half of Harrison Ave be done?????

Would one of the redevelopment members please respond.

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DORAN WILL REPLACE HIM. !!!

The closet is getting fuller for Doran so I'm sticking with the Mayor beyond 2010.

Doran will take all that he can from this Town and then he will leave before he gets into trouble. YES Trouble.

PD

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When he voted for the redevelopment, he opened the door for emient domaine STUPID!

Town OKs tax break for stadium, Millan refuses to vote

I'll tell yo he voted for the development IDEA, but not for all the deals that are being handed out.

Do you really believe less then 300 kids will come from 6,000 condos?

no parks, senior housing.

you were at that town meeting, open your eyes. You don't have children yet, but if you did... enough said

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WHERE ARE THE 'NEW' SIDEWALKS 'EAST' OF DAVIS AV?  I don't see them putting any in near HIRAM PL. OR KINGSLAND AVE OR MANOR AVE OR FRANKLIN AV OR ON THE HARRISON SECTION BEFORE SCHUYLER AV??????

When will the 'other half of Harrison Ave be done?????

Would one of the redevelopment members please respond.

in 3 years, during elections

we'll pay Thomas Powell, the Mayors Land Lord $40,000 MEANWHILE EVERY YEAR

FOR A JOB WELL DONE

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in 3 years, during elections

we'll pay Thomas Powell, the Mayors Land Lord $40,000 MEANWHILE EVERY YEAR

FOR A JOB WELL DONE

Can the Mayor and Connie fit in the ILLEGAL HOUSE THAT POWELL owns? Its so small what is it 20*80?

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Can the Mayor and Connie fit in the ILLEGAL HOUSE THAT POWELL owns?  Its so small what is it 20*80?

where is it located & what st & corner vicinity? did he just build it & does he & the wife live in it now or is it new & unoccuppied? one faamilyon 2 fl or 2 family?

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