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January 22, 2013

COUNCIL AGENDA

6:30 P.M. EXECUTIVE SESSION: Litigation, Contract, Personnel, Potential Litigation

7:30 P.M. Regular Meeting
1 Open Meeting - Public Meeting Notice - Roll Call
2 Flag Salute – Invocation
3 Approval of Minutes: November 20, 2012; November 27, 2012; and December 4, 2012 Council Meetings

4 PRESENTATIONS:
a) Sandcastle
b) Police Awards

5 CORRESPONDENCE:
a) Lawton RE: Waiver of Call-Out fees
b) Egerter RE: Requirements for Draining Pools
c) Harborhead Condo Assoc RE: location of Inlet restroom facility
d) T&M Associates RE:
1) defer replanting at Lake of Lillies
2) excavation work at New Jersey Avenue bathhouse/concession stand
3) authorize quotes for restoration work at Inlet
6 DISCUSSION:
a) Advisory Base Flood Elevation and sample ordinance
b) Ordinance establishing permanent late night/early morning parking restrictions in
certain sections of the borough
c) Ordinance addressing non-referrals of business by borough professionals to members of the council or their firms and reporting requirements for current borough professionals and members of council
d) Policy requiring meeting(s) including the council liaison for a department, the finance committee chair, the department head, the CFO and the Mayor as part of the budget process

7 COMMITTEE REPORTS:
8 MAYOR’S REPORT:
a) Establish Ad Hoc Flood Mitigation committee, consisting of two representatives of the Environmental Commission, a representative of the Planning Board, a representative of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, a representative of the Building Department, the Borough Administrator, the Mayor and two council representatives
b) Establish Ad Hoc Emergency Zoning Advisory Committee, consisting of a two representatives of the Planning Board, two representatives of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, a representative of the Building Department, the Borough Administrator, the Mayor, Council President Tooker and another council representative
9 ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT:

10 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION (Non-Agenda Items, First Reading of Ordinances and
Resolutions – 5 Minute Limit)

11 APPOINTMENTS:
a) Appoint Bond Counsel
b) Appoint Borough Engineer
c) Appoint Special Project Engineer(s)
d) Appointment of Erin Shamy as Municipal Prosecutor
e) Appointment of Bonnie Peterson and John Ducey as Alternate Prosecutors
f) Appointment of Bianca Sangiovani as Public Defender

12 CONSENT RESOLUTION 1:
a) Payment to Brick Utilities for December bulk water usage ($44,769.20)
b) Payment of 1st quarter tax levy and added/omitted assessments to County of Ocean
($2,040,086.45)
c) Payments to T&M Assoc from escrow accounts ($2435.38)
d) Payment to Sungard for NaviLine migration installation ($7000)
e) Reduction of Performance Guarantee – Waxman
f) Reduction of Performance Guarantee – Domm
g) Re-establish bulk pick-up dates for 2013
h) Payments to NJ American Water for annual service to 7 fire hydrants ($3662.40)
i) Refund dumpster bond – 153 Ocean Ave ($250)
j) Payments to CIT for annual Koycera copier lease ($4394.88)
k) Payments to Edumunds & Assoc for 2013 software maintenance contracts ($10,229)
l) Progress Payment #1 to Earle Asphalt for Woodland Road improvements ($195,103.08)
m) Approve route change for St. Peter PTA annual ‘Fisherman’s 5K’
n) Apporval of annual National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s ‘Coast the Coast’ Bike ride
o) Payment to Arcadis for DEP debris removal monitoring ($67,383.00)
p) Payment to Firefighter One to replace gear storage racks ($3222.70)
q) Payment to Johnny on the Spot for rentals for Hurricane clean-up workers ($2562)
r) Payment to Woszczak Contractors for emergency repairs to water lines ($23,239.28)
s) Appoint Edward R. Seeger, Jr. as field inspector for storm damage inspections
t) Payment of bi-annual insurance op-outs to Borough employees ($9350.24)
u) Authorize draft change to parking ordinance as per recommendation of BA/CFO
v) Authorization to issue RFP for Animal Control services
w) Approve Chamber’s ABC Social Affairs permit application for 3/23/13
x) Payment to F&C Auto Supply for automobile repauir/replacement supplies ($3268.32)
y) Payment to Denise Sweet from BOA Escrow
z) P O to All Time Auto Body for repair of OEM vehicle ($3170)

13 RESOLUTION 2: Reimburse Chamber of Commerce for Tree Lighting entertainment ($1400)

14 CONSENT RESOLUTION 3:
a) Appointments to Local Emergency Planning Council & Establish 2013 Meeting Dates
b) Emergency Appropriation for Boardwalk Reconstruction ($1,700,000)
c) Payment to Ocean County for Schedule C services ($19,354.75)
d) Payment ot Granturk for emergency repairs to Elgin sweeper ($4097.03)
e) Payment to the Galvin Law Firm form BOA escrow accounts ($480)
f) Authorize Mayor to execute Borough Attorney contract
g) Waive municipal portion of raffle fee for Ocean Fire Co #1
h) Approval of Payroll #1 ($229,134.33)
i) Payment to Ashbritt for “Sandy” debris removal ($1,336,185.86)
j) Award of contract to Bird Construction for Boardwalk contracts ($1,359,349.80)
k) Approval of change order for emergency drain pipe repairs ($5000)
l) Award contract to Craig Testin for asphalt coring and testing ($950)
m) Permission for VFW Ladies Auxiliary to solicit local merchants for raffle prizes

15 ORDINANCES:
a) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance Ordinance 2013-01 (Repeal of Ordinance 2012-15 – Early ABC License Closings)

16 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION (2 Minute Limit):
17 ADJOURNMENT:


Published January18, 2013 | Council Agendas | 1501


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