MAYOR AND COUNCIL
November 6, 2023 11:00 A.M.
CALL TO ORDER
MAYOR’S STATEMENT AS TO COMPLIANCE WITH P.L. 1975
Adequate Notice of this Meeting has been provided according to the Open Public Meetings Act, Assembly Bill 1030. Notice of this Special Meeting was sent to the New Jersey Herald and the Daily Record on October 30, 2023 and was placed on the official bulletin Board and website of the Borough of Stanhope.
Mayor Zdichocki – present
Mayor Zdichocki offered the following resolution which were read by title.
Resolution 172-23 A RESOLUTION BY THE BOROUGH OF STANHOPE AUTHORIZING THE CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT IN THE STANHOPE BOROUGH POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR MICHAEL GACCIONE JR.
WHEREAS, the Borough is seeking to issue a conditional offer of employment for a new Police Officer; and
WHEREAS, one candidate, Michael Gaccione Jr., will be presented with a Conditional Offer of Employment; and
WHEREAS, Mr. Gaccione has been found to meet the minimum initial requirements for the position of Police Officer, but must meet other additional requirements before the offer becomes final; and
WHEREAS, medical and psychological evaluations, interviews, continued background cooperation and drug tests are a few of the additional requirements that needs to be completed for Mr. Gaccione; and
WHEREAS, Mr. Gaccione must adhere to all of the conditions of the Conditional Offer of Employment, including obtaining certificates in the time frame designated and satisfactorily completing the one year probation period.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Stanhope, County of Sussex, State of New Jersey as follows:
Michael Gaccione Jr. is hereby conditionally offered a position of Police Officer effective November 6, 2023.
On motion by Councilwoman Kuncken, seconded by Councilman Riccardi and unanimously carried by the following roll call vote the foregoing resolution was duly adopted.
Councilwoman Kuncken – yes
Councilman Thornton – yes
Councilman Riccardi – yes
Councilman Wachterhauser – yes
Councilman Romano – yes
Councilman Wronko – yes
CITIZEN’S TO BE HEARD
Mayor Zdichocki opened the meeting to the public after advising attendees that there is a five (5) minute time limit for each speaker. Seeing no one from the public wishing to speak, Mayor Zdichocki closed the public portion of the meeting.
On motion by Councilman Romano, seconded by Councilman Thornton, and unanimously carried by voice vote the meeting was adjourned at 11:07 A.M.
Ellen Horak, RMC