Echoes-Sentinel from Warren Township, New Jersey on January 22, 1981 · Page 9
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Echoes-Sentinel from Warren Township, New Jersey · Page 9

Warren Township, New Jersey
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Thursday, January 22, 1981
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ECHOES-SENTINEL, THURSDAY, JAN. 22,1981 E-9 WARREN - The cost of professional services along with salaries for other township workers was the subject of Thursday's Township Committee meeting, when the committee approved contracts with its professionals and introduced an ordinance setting salary ranges for other workers. A public hearing and final vote on the ordinance will be held Thursday, Feb. 5. If the ordinance is passed, the exact salary for each position will be set. Of the professional contracts, the largest increase, over 10 percent, went to Gerald Flanzbaum, the municipal prosecutor. His annual salary increased $422, from $3,978 to $4,400. "Mr. Flanzbaum really performs a municipal service," Committeeman Glenn Kennedy said when the contract was discussed. "He does get paid, but not a lot." The township auditors, Suplee, Clooney and Company, were given Professional Contracts, Salary Guidelines Set a raise of nearly nine percent, jumping their fee for preparing the municipal budget and other duties from $7,800 to $8,500. The committee also approved a contract for the municipal public advocate, Terrence O'Connor, at an hourly rate of $50. The township engineer's fee, for the company of E.T. Killiam Assoc, remains the same for the principal engineer, Stanley Kaltnecker, at $50 an hour. The following annual salary ranges were included in the ordinance introduced Thursday night: Sewerage Authority engineer, $21,000-129,000; clerk, $14,0O0-$18,0O0; administrator, $6,000$ 12,000; chief of police, $23,000-$3O,OO0; tax assessor, $15,000 $19,000, and assistant to engineer-sewerage plant operator, $15,879-$25,000. Planning Board secretary, $7,799-$12,800; court and violations clerk, $7,799-112,800; superintendent of public works, $17,012-$27.OOO; assistant Hills Students Win Top Musical Honors Watchung Hills Regional High School instrumental students have become accustomed to both public performances and competitions in the course of their activity as band members. And now, a significant number of them have also achieved an additional honor by being selected to perform in student honors music groups, according to their teacher, Kenneth Schoonover. Annually try-outs for positions in the various honors instrumental groups attract competent young musicians from schools of the region. With the recommendation of their teacher they vie with talented peers for the limited number of seats. The selection process is similar for whichever group they may be interested in. The young musicians are judged objectively by a panel of music educators on their Vocational Course Set Watchung Hills Community Education in cooperation with the Refrigeration Services Engineering Society of New Jersey will offer vocational education courses in refrigeration, air conditioning, and heating to the general public. Certificates will be awarded to students who satisfactorily complete the 12-week sessions. Classes will be held on Monday and Wednesday evenings beginning Feb. 2 at Watchung Hills Regional High School, 108 Stirling Road, Warren. For further information, please call 647-1574. Campus Corner Lori B. Paulus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Paulus, Jr., 4 Owens Drive, Warren, has been named to the dean's list at Wheaton College for the first quarter of the 1980-81 academic year. Kim Komando of Watchung, has been elected by the Faculty and Administration of Mount Saint Marys Academy of Plainfield, New Jersey to the McAuley Chapter of the National Honor Society. She has been cited by the society for meeting its high standards of scholarship, leadership, service and character. She is a junior at Mount St. Marys. ability to sight read, play scales, and perform a solo. Successful Hills competitors include: Mark McHenry (trumpet), Bob Mades (alto saxophone), Leanna Lamola (clarinet), Debbie Pierson (oboe) named to the Central Jersey Region II Band; Tim Canary (trumpet), Tamara Rasmusson (cello) named to the Central Jersey Region II Orchestra; Kathy Milbum (baritone sax) in the All State Jazz Ensemble; Larry Fechtner (violin) selected for the All Eastern Orchestra. The students' appointment is no idle honor, however. Their hard work actually begins when they are selected. They may expect to spend an average of 25-30 hours rehearsing with other members of their group prior to their appearance in a public concert. The purpose of the various honors instrumental groups (sponsored by the N.J. Music Educators Conference) is the same. They bring together the best instrumentalists involved in school programs to give them the opportunity to play more demanding music, to meet students of similar ability, and to play publicly under different conditions. As a by-product, the participants also become acquainted with some of the competitive aspects of the performing arts, for competition is keen and the judging criteria are professional in calibre. BUOY WINTER BOISE OFFICE EQUIPMENT 136 Somerset St. N. Plainfield 755-5544 INVITES YOU TO AN ** OPEN HOUSE** Join us on Thursday Evening. January 22.7:00 p.m. (or a presentation on microcomputers systems & applications QL commodore computer inzed Dealer Sat Hours 9:00 a.m. -1 p.m. WINTER CLEARANCE 20% OFF 20% OFF MEN'S BOYS' LEE * LEVIS JEANS AND CORDUROY MEN'S AND BOYS' LEE ft LEVIS SHIRTS CLEARANCE ON WINTER JACKETS 30% v Arr ALL GIRLS' ft LADIES' LEE & 0 OFF LEVIS OTHER SALES THROUGHOUT THE STORE COUNTRY CASUALS PHEASANT RUN PLAZA WARREN to superintendent of public works, $13,936-$21,000; treasurer, $5,000-$7,00l). and tax and Sewerage Authority collector, $10,000-$12,000. Public assistance welfare director, $2,500-$3,200; Board of Adjustment clerk, $2,500-93.284; director of recreation, $3,000-$5,000; zoning officer. $l,250-$3,000; deputy zoning officer, $l,250-$3,000, and fire inspector, $2,000-$3,000. Secretary to police, $7,799-$12,800; construction officer-building subcode official, $7,000-$12,000; plumbing sub- code official, $8,000-$11,000; fire protection subcode official, $2,0O0-$3,0O0, and Township Committeemen, annual salary, $600. Municipal Court judge, annual salary, $6,894; junior engineer-Planning Board liaison, $13,813-$16,712; junior engineer $11,912-$14,723; secretary to engineer, $ll,814-$12,340; secretary to construe tion office, $9,310-$ll,645, and seen- tary-deputy court and violations clerk, $8,098-19,582. Assistant purchasing agent, S9.310-S1 1,645; dispatcher, $8,500$11526; garage and parts clerk, $8,822-$12,563; secretary, $9,310-$U,645, and cashier, $8,238-$l 1,200. Senior accounts clerk, $8,238-$10,600; accounts clerk, $8,098-$9,582; general clerk I, $8,059-$9,582, and receptionist- switchboard operator, $7,168-$8,904. The hourly rates are: mechanic, $6-$8.15; foreman, $5.69-$7.32; machine operator, $5.39-$6.52; laborer, $5.07$6.13; building and grounds maintainer, $5.07-$6.3l; general clerk II, $3,94-$4.89; housekeeper, $3.84-$5.19; custodian, $3.36-$4.15, and special police, $5.12. Police annual salaries are: lieutenant, first grade, $26,346; lieutenant, second grade, $24,827; sergeant, first grade, $23,306; sergeant, second grade, $21,787; patrolmen, first grade, $20,266; patrolmen, second Krade, $18,834; patrolmen, third grade, $17,405. and patrolmen, fourth grade, $15,976. Library Lines Passaic Township Library CALENDAR FOR THE MONTH PRE-SCHOOL STORY HOUR EVERY WEDNESDAY, 10;30 a.m. MOVIE: "GODZILLA AND THE BIONIC MONSTER SATURDAY, JAN. 31,11 a.m. FEBRUARY IS FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY MEMBERSHIP MONTH FRIENDS MEETING MONDAY, FEB. 2, 9:30 a.m. MEMBERSHIP COFFEE - EVERYONE INVITED WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25, 7.30 p.m. Do you have problems obtaining copies of the special federal income tax forms that you need? Now you no longer have to put up with busy signals at the IRS office or wait for the forms you requested to arrive in the mail. The library has reproducible copies of all federal tax forms and instructions. You can make a copy of the particular forms you need on our copy machine and be all set to go. This is a new program being tested by the IRS this year. Passaic Township Library is one of a selected group chosen to participate for the trial year. Other income tax helpers available at the Library are J. K. 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