CNBA General Meeting Minutes
October 14, 2015
Colts Neck Town Hall
Anna Appolonia called the meeting to order at 8:05 a.m.
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Christine Hanlon
The Mission Statement was read by Anna.
CNBA officers introduced themselves. In attendance, Anna Appolonia, Greg Calderero, Sue Fitzpatrick, Patty Volherbst, David Sokoler, Glen Dalakian, Bob Gasaway, Alison Antenucci
Bob Gasaway made motion to approve September minutes. Dino Nicoletti second, Motion passed.
David Sokoler gave the Treasurer’s report – CNBA has $11,113.90 in PNC checking, $6587.88 in Pay Pal account and $2890.85 in money market. Total $20,592.63. Motion to approve Treasurer’s report by Mike Tormey. Second by Sheila Olt. Motion passed.
There are no new business in town.
Anna presented the slate for next month’s election.
David explained Added Value and called this month’s winner which was Carol from Healthscape Visions.
New map is out and will be available at all upcoming events as well as being distributed to local merchants. Bob Gasaway suggested that we try to have the map ready for all October activities in town next year including Applefest and Pumpkinfest at D.O. and the weekly hay rides and pumpkin picking at all local farm stands and nurseries.
Dan Simon announced that all old banners will be removed from around the football field. New canvas banners will be hung this year at a cost to interested vendors of $350/$500. They will be removed at the end of each season and rehung the following year. The deadline is Thanksgiving and forms are available from CNBA.
Window painting will be taking place in December and Dan said many of his students are very anxious to participate. We are looking for merchants to take part in this annual event.
After Tuesday’s card exchange at Trump our membership is up to 211. Mike said those wishing to join for next year can pay now and receive November and December 2015 at no extra cost.
Anna introduced Kathleen Capristo, who is the new business administrator.
Members introduced themselves and then Alison introduced Christine Hanlon, Mon. County Clerk who spoke about the many tasks for which her office is responsible.