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February 6, 2012


Kitty to be absent. Sharon to conduct meeting.

P.P.B.S.T.C. Agenda Mon. Feb. 6, 2012, 7 pm

Pt. Pleasant Beach Town Hall

1.Approve December minutes. There was no Jan. meeting; no qorum, most members were sick.

Green Community Grant Opportunity: Sharon to update. Note: special thanks to Sharon for driving the application to Trenton to meet the deadline.

Public outreach...Sharon to update- County sponsored Arbor day event at Antrium school. Should we try and mandate a class on tree care in the HS- even a 1 hour class? Also, interpretation signs needed at all of the trees we’ve planted.

Paypal update:$781.80. Pete to confirm if $$$ is transferred out of paypal.

Possible dontaion of Crabapple tree at HSchool, corner of trenton & bay. Elaine spoke with davies in memory of roland davies, - would the PPBSTC donate a paver?

New Ordinance update: Passed! Huge thank you to Pete & Anne !

Commission status: PPBSTC is on track for 2011 to keep Commission status. Needed: 2011 accomplishment report to State.

Budget update: Kitty believes council approved $500 for PPBSTC budget. Requested...?

9.Tree City USA: We will apply for this status, as we meet most of the eligibility requirements, including a per capita expense for trees (about $10,000, based upon a population of 5200), by adding all monies our town spends on trees (public workers hours, volunteer time etc), Sharon has this information. The per capita expense is within our FMP, so the info is available. (Total budget, divided by 5200 population). Kitty working with State Forester Tood Wycoff on this.

9.New Projects: a.sidewalk pamphlet: Kitty : Done! Group comments needed. Will email to group for comments. (All points printing to donate poster size).

Inspection reports:

Sharon: 311 Atlantic Avenue (Mongelli)

305 Philadelphia Avenue (did not remove)

Pete: 319 Washington Avenue (new owners, previous owner removed tree)

Elaine: 106 Central Avenue (Lipari)

509 Trenton Avenue (Bruno)

Clem: 316 Niblick Street (?, i'm not sure where a tree came out) (Chruchill)

Kitty: 108 Sanborn Avenue (Keeler - removed 9/2011)

313 Atlantic Avenue (O'Donnell - removed 9/2011)

31 Parkway (summons issued, removed w/o permit-Ricci,removed 10/28/2011)

Kitty asked/ will remind Elaine to give homeowners who remove a tree a BBT program brochure. Pete: Please make more pamphlets for Elaine P.

Big, Beautiful Tree Program: Pete - We have 2 orders for the Spring.

Paver fundraiser: 1 sold so far for 2012.

American Liberty Elm: Kim to update. FREC to donate bench tops & backings, need to find pilings, possibly also legs(Approach shop teacher again) Kris-To see that plaque gets mounted to building. (Palque- working on mounting it to wall- Kitty suggested we try and source recycled wood. Group (esp. Kitty and Nina) to work on this. We still need to have an official ceremony.

White Pine at Antrium: Kris spoke w/ head of ground, kitty left him a Voice Message.Kitty spoke with another grounds keeper and left a message with head of grounds in december.

Sharon- Guidestar.com (or org) , can highlight 5 programs on this not-for-profit email with endowment program. Info needed- our mission statement, what we’re looking for. Sharon- working on it.

New Busines Kitty : Asking the town to switch to all recycled paper. Also, Kitty to ask Cathy Sogarka for help.Kitty to update. Note: $414 difference if the borough hall switched to recycled paper. Town currently pays: $32.40 per case of paper at Staples. They have 100% recycled paper at $42.74/case. The Clerk’s office has been copying on both sides of the paper for at least 20 years. The Police Department uses paper with a partial recycled content at $36.99/carton. The Building Department uses about 5 cases of paper/year. The Clerk's office buys for the rest of the building, except for the Police, and orders approximately 35 - 40 cases/year. Cases contain 10 reams of paper.

Also worth our pursuit: Paperless agendas for Council, Board of Adjustment & Planning Board. For all Council Members to receive correspondence via email would also save both paper and budget money.

We could seriously cut down on paper use (4 - 5 cases) if the Governing Body would consider going to paperless agendas.

Published January31, 2012 | Shade Tree Committee Agendas | 1298

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