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October 22, 2013

A G E N D A

6:30 P.M. EXECUTIVE SESSION: Personnel (1), Contract Negotiation (2), and Potential Litigation (3) Items; the Governing Body reserves 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: July 30, 2013 Council Meeting

4 Historic Preservation Commission RE: Historic Buildings

5 POLICE DEPARTMENT AWARDS

6 DEPARTMENT HEAD MEMOS:
a) Attorney Gertner & Clerk Ellsworth RE: Best Practices – Worker’s Compensation
b) Attorney Gertner & Clerk Ellsworth RE: Proposed amendments to Taxi Ordinance
b) Clerk Ellsworth RE: Rotary Club Special Event App

7 DISCUSSION:
a) Energy Aggregation
b) Proposed amendment to Zoning Ordinance RE: Definition of Story

8 COMMITTEE REPORTS:
9 MAYOR’S REPORT:
10 ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT:

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

12 RESOLUTION 1: Person to Person of ABC license in ‘Pocket’ status from Southern BBQ Ribs, Inc. to Martin Fish & Oyster House LLC

13 CONSENT RESOLUTION 2:
a) P O to Waterway-NJ for fire hose & ladder testing ($3470.50)
b) P O to Motorola for radio replacement due to ‘Sandy’ ($6140.60)
c) Memorialize administrative action on ABC application to extend premises for Elks on 10/27/13
d) Memorialize administrative action on ABC Social Affair application changing date of Chowder Fest to 10/26/13
e) Approval of Payroll #21 ($256,543.74)
f) Payment to Petroleum Traders Corp for gasoline ($22,665.20)
g) Payment to Ceres Environmental for sand sifting ($84,849.79)
h) Fourth quarter 2013 payment to United Computer for computer networking/monitoring services ($2,550)
i) Payment County of Ocean of 4th quarter tax levy ($1,838,523.02)
j) Payment to American Pipe Cleaning for storm drain cleaning ($7400)
k) Payment to Pedroni Fuel for diesel fuel ($9557.55)
l) Payment to Brick Utilities for September bulk water usage ($83,099.73)
m) Payment to A Bar 401 & D Bar 401 for tax appeal refund ($15,844.37)
n) Payment to Johnson Realty Services for appraisal in defense of tax appeal ($4500)
o) Water-sewer bill adjustments (2 accts)
p) Refund unexpended funds from BOA escrow account (1272.50)
q) Payments to Galvin Law Firm from Planning Bd accts ($1130)
r) Payments to T & M Associates from escrow accts ($7834.50)
s) Payments to Denise Sweet & Assoc from escrow accounts ($400)
t) Appointment of Nancy Ruiz as part-time clerk
u) Promotion of Erin Mathioudakis to the position of clerk/typist in the Building Dept.
v) Promotion of Rose Frey to the position of payroll account clerk
w) Progress payment #3 to Insituform for Hot Water Cured in Place Sewer Main Lining ($23,400.34)
x) Change Order to Insituform for Hot Water Cured in Place Sewer Main Lining
(-$240.75)
y) Payment to Green Leaf for police service dog ($6000)

14 CONSENT RESOLUTION 3:
a) Payment to Eagle Point Gun for ammunition ($2192.13)
b) Payment to M. Woszcak for emergency water main break repairs ($14,652.78)
c) Payment to Aquatecture Assoc for police sub-station floor plans ($2600)
d) Approval of September Hand Checks ($14,692.66)
e) Approval of computer generated vouchers ($2,180,797.57)
f) Authorization for Borough Engineer to advertise for bids for Boston Avenue Reconstruction
g) Authorization for Borough Engineer to advertise for bids and Boardwalk Reconstruction

15 ORDINANCES:
a) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2013-34 (Multi-Purpose Bond)
b) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2013-35 (Non-FEMA Boardwalk Bond)
c) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2013-36 (Capital Surplus)
d) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2013-37 (Amendments to Employment
Classifications/Salaries)

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



A D D E N D A
October 22, 2013


1 EXECUTIVE SESSION ADDITIONS: Personnel (1), Contract Negotiation (1), and Potential Litigation (2) Items

2 CONSENT RESOLUTION 4:
a) Payment to Hunter Construction for repairs to gazebo ($20,106.55)
b) Payment to Hoover Truck Centers for repairs to sanitation truck ($7278.78)


Published October18, 2013 | Council Agendas | 1701


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