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April 9, 2013

AGENDA

6:00 P.M. Wine Point, Inc., T/A Wine King Place to Place Transfer Hearing

6:30 P.M. EXECUTIVE SESSION: Personnel, Contract Negotiations, Litigation Items; the Governing Body reserving its right to amend and supplement the purposes of executive session by motion at the Public meeting

7:30 P.M. REGULAR MEETING
1 Open Meeting - Public Meeting Notice - Roll Call
2 Flag Salute – Invocation
3 Approval of Minutes: March 19, 2013

4 Public Discussion of Complete Proposed ‘Non-Sandy’ Budget

5 CORRESPONDENCE:
a) Chamber of Commerce RE: Donation towards “We Are Open” marketing campaign

6 COMMITTEE REPORTS:
7 MAYOR’S REPORT:
8 ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT:

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

10 CONSENT RESOLUTION 1:
a) Support A-1503/S-1896 sharing the burden of property assessment tax refunds
b) Emergency Appropriation to 2013 Temporary Budget ($3,333,037.12)
c) Authorization to apply for Safe & Secure Communities Grant
d) Support sustainable State funding for Green Acres Program
e) P O to Quill for Police Dept. office furniture ($2,549.78)
f) Payment to M&M Assessment for assessment consultant services ($4775)
g) Payment to Devo & Assoc for parking machines ($332,505)
h) Award contract to Earle Asphalt for Silver Lake Lot repaving ($78,413.05)
i) Approval of Payroll #7 ($235,995.02)
j) Award of contract to Johnny On the Spot for lease of temporary inlet rest room
facility ($11,266)
k) Approve Banner Permit application for Meridian Health ‘Paint the Town Pink’
campaign with authorization to extend 17 days beyond 14 day limit
l) Payments to Galvin Law Firm from Planning Board & BOA accts ($3317.50)
m) Payments to T&M Assoc from escrow accounts ($1653.25)
n) P O to Fast Lane Emergency Svc for police vehicles equipment ($6,833.75)
o) Waive late fees for fire registrations
p) Payment to Recreation Basketball Program Director ($500)
q) Water/Sewer bill adjustments (3 accts)
r) Payment to PPB Public Education Foundation for Hall of Fame ad journal ($100)
s) Payment to Derasmo Excavating for emergency water service repair ($2500)
t) Approval of ABC Social Affairs Permit for Durand Masonic Lodge on 6/22/13
u) P O to Devo & Assoc for solar powered strada for parking machines ($22,940)
v) Payment to Brick Utilities for March bulk water usage ($55,920.20)
w) Approve Banner Permit application for Alzheimer’s Assoc
x) Approve Kidney & Urology Fdn S/E app for Walk - 5/5/13
y) Approve Deborah Hospital Fdn S/E app for Flea Market/Craft Show - 6/15/13
z) Approve Cystic Fibrosis Fdn S/E app for ‘Great Strides’ Walk - 5/19/13

11 CONSENT RESOLUTION 2:
a) Progress Payment #2 to Albert Marine for Boardwalk Reconstruction ($93,741.28)
b) Progress Payment #1 to Bird Construction for Boardwalk Reconstruction ($69,491.80)
c) Approval of bench application at Lake of the Lillies
d) Approve Chamber S/E app for Chowder Fest on 10/12/13
e) Payment to Dell Computer for 6 police computers ($5869.02)
f) Payment to State Health Benefits for employee health benefits ($112,421.40)
g) Approval of computer generated vouchers ($650,338.56)
h) P O to Beyer Ford for 2013 Ford Explorer for Building Dept. ($26,816)
i) P O to Motorola for replacement of police radios ($26,551)

12 ORDINANCES:
a) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2013-11 (Misc Water/Sewer Rates & Regulations)
b) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2013-12 (Title 39 Rights)
c) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2013-13 (Repeal Ban of Phone Participation at
Meetings)
d) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2013-14 (Amendment 2013-02/Parking)
e) First Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2013-15 (Amendment 2012-32/Boardwalk Reconstruction)
f) First Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2013-16 (Environmental/Plantings & Recharge
Designs)

13 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION (2 Minute Limit):

14 ADJOURNMENT:


ADDENDA
April 9, 2013


1 CONSENT RESOLUTION 3:
a) Temporary Emergency Appropriation ($1,073,570.00)
b) Support supplement to Eminent Domain Act for dune restoration
c) Proclaim week of April 14th-20th as National Library Week
d) Approval of hydrant flushing 4/15 – 5/3

3 ORDINANCES:
a) First Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2013-17 (Appeals to Bd of Adjustment)


Published April05, 2013 | Council Agendas | 1561


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