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February 18, 2014

A G E N D A

6:30 P.M. EXECUTIVE SESSION: Items to be discussed include (1) present status of contract negotiations with TWU, including but not limited to discussion of parameters of possible resolutions of the issues between the Union and the Borough, and (2) negotiation strategy for acquisition of property; authority for counsel to negotiate purchase price up to a not to exceed number as determined by the Governing Body. The Governing Body reserves its right to amend and supplement the purposes of executive session by motion at the public meeting

7:00 P.M. CAUCUS: Chief O’Hara RE: Video Security Expansion

7:30 P.M. REGULAR MEETING
1 Open Meeting - Public Meeting Notice - Roll Call
2 Flag Salute – Invocation
3 Approval of Minutes: January 28, 2014 Council Meeting

4 DEPARTMENT HEAD MEMOS/DISCUSSIONS:
a) Draft letter to ACOE expressing concerns regarding impact of beach replenishment project on Manasquan Inlet

5 CORRESPONDENCE:
a) Mayor’s partial veto of Ordinance 2014-01
b) Mayor’s veto of Ordinance 2014-02
c) Planning Board review of Ordinance 2014-06 (Amend Zoning Ord–Definition of Story)
d) Letter from Mr. Gasiorowski RE: Borough’s Beacon Lane property

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

9 FIRST PUBLIC PARTICIPATION - agenda items and ordinances on 1st reading only
(5 Minute Limit)

10 RESOLUTION 1: Override of Mayor’s partial veto of Ordinance 2014-01

11 RESOLUTION 2: Override of Mayor’s veto of Ordinance 2014-02

12 CONSENT RESOLUTION 3:
a) Authorization for Building Dept to provide notice to applicants regarding curb cuts
b) Approval of Payroll #3 ($247,605.04)
c) Approval of payment to KML Technology for upgrade to 9-1-1 workstations ($25,000)
d) Approval of payment to United Computer for Jan-March support ($2,550)
e) Approval of payment to Grainger, Inc. for Tennant Sentinel Street Sweeper ($165,274)
f) Approval of payment to OCUA for 1st Quarter installment ($151,009.80)
g) Approval of payment to Riggins, Inc. for diesel fuel for DPW ($18,491.15)
h) Approval of payment to PPB Bd of Ed for January and March allocations ($2,264,178.88)
i) Approval of Change Order to Earle Asphalt for Little Silver Lake lot paving ($3,596.33)
j) Approval of Payment Cert #2 to Earle Asphalt for Little Silver Lake lot paving ($4,380.46)
k) Approval of payment to State of NJ for employee and retiree health/Rx benefits ($128,126.56)
l) Approval of PO to Witmer Assoc. for turn out gear for Fire Co #2 ($20,000)
m) Approval of Banner Permit Appl for Chamber Sidewalk Sales, May 5-19 & Aug 4-18
n) Approval of ABC Social Affairs Permit Appl. for Berkeley ERT wine tasting at 709, Apr 10
o) Approval of S/E Appl. for Chamber stand on Bdwlk, Memorial Day - Labor Day
p) Approval of S/E Appl. & fee waiver for Chamber Car Cruises, various dates May-Oct
q) Approval of S/E Appl. & fee waiver for Chamber Festival of the Sea, Sept 10
(rain dates: 9/21, 9/27, 9/28)
r) Approval of S/E Appl. & waiver of S/E & parking fees for Chamber Chowder Fest, Oct 18 (rain dates: 10/19, 10/25, 10/26)
s) Approval of S/E Appl. & fee waiver for Chamber Tree Lighting & Santa Arrival, Nov 28
(rain date: 11/29)
t) Approval of S/E Appl. for Chamber Sidewalk Sales, May 15-17 & Aug 14-16
u) Approval of S/E Appl. for American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Walk, Oct 19
v) Approval of payment to Eagle Point Gun for police ammunition ($2,110.20)
w) Approval of PO to Eagle Point Gun for police ammunition ($15,000)
x) Approval of PO to Lawmen Supply for holsters, handcuffs & accessories ($3,047.76)
y) Approval of PO to Pt Pleasant Bicycle for police bikes, parts, repairs & helmets ($4,000)
z) Approval of PO to NJ Business Systems for video security expansion ($138,050.50)

13 CONSENT RESOLUTION 4:
a) Support of Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act
b) Approval of payment to Fire & Safety Services for emergency repairs & misc. work ($7,384.45)
c) Approval of PO to ESI Equipment for yearly maintenance contract for Fire Co #2 equipment
d) Certification of recycling taxes paid to Ocean County Landfill in 2013
e) Authorization of Tonnage Grant Application
f) Approval of curb cut at 202 Baltimore Avenue
g) Approval of curb cut at 307 Trenton Avenue
h) Approval of PO to Coastal Cleaning Svcs for monthly Borough Hall floor maintenance ($4,998)
i) Approval of payment to Petroleum Traders Corp for gasoline for DPW ($23,078.18)
j) Approval of payment to Mitchell Humphrey for Fast Track system service fee, setup, testing and work performed ($4,138)
k) Approval of payment of computer-generated vouchers ($593,189.86)

14 RESOLUTION 5: Payment to Brick MUA for January bulk water usage ($70,139.79)

15 ORDINANCES:
a) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2014-06 (Amend Zoning Ord–Definition of Story)

16 SECOND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION – items from this meeting and non-agenda items
(5 Minute Limit)

17 ADJOURNMENT


A DD E N D A
February 18, 2014

7:30 P.M. REGULAR MEETING

1 Approval of Minutes: February 4, 2014 Council Meeting

2 RESOLUTION 6: Authorization for Mayor to execute letter of support for Bay Head’s application to NJDEP for future projects related to Twilight Lake


Published February14, 2014 | Council Agendas | 1783


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