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May 5, 2009

COUNCIL AGENDA

TIME: 6:00 P.M. - Caucus/Executive Session
1) Shrimp Box ABC Place to Place Transfer for Expansion Purposes
2) DEPARTMENT HEAD MEMOS:
a) Clerk Ellsworth RE: Taxi Cab Company License
3) CORRESPONDENCE:
a) Councilman Mercun to 10th District Legislators RE: State Budget cut in
EMT training fund
4) Shade Tree Committee RE: Shade Tree Commission Ordinance
7:30 P.M. - Regular Meeting

1 Open Meeting - Public Meeting Notice - Roll Call
2 Flag Salute – Prayer
3 Approval of Minutes – April 7, 2009 Council Meeting

4 INTRODUCTION OF 2009 MUNICIPAL BUDGET:
a) Resolution to defer $4,718,958.30 school taxes
b) Authorize self-examination of 2009 Budget
c) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2009-15 (Amend Water/Sewer Stand-By Fee)
d) Budget Introduction

5 ORDINANCES:
a) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2009-07 (Amend Water/Sewer Stand-By Fees)
b) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2009-09 (Extend Seasonal One-Way on Niblick St)
c) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2009-10 (Establish Shade Tree Commission)
d) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2009-11 (West-Side Bay Avenue Parking, Trenton to Forman)
e) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2009-12 (Establish Cap Bank)
f) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2009-13 (Amend Licensing – Massage and Bodywork Therapy)
g) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2009-14 (Amend ABC License Location Restrictions)



6 CONSENT RESOLUTION 1:
a) Approval of Payroll #9 ($223,137.56)
b) Appointment of parking enforcement officers (11)
c) Salary adjustment for Eileen Farrell for passage of certification course
d) Salary adjustment for Kathryn Beno for passage of certification course
e) Payment to Horizon BCBS for employee health benefits ($109,957.83)
f) Payment to The Ronan Agency for Recreation accident insurance ($2920.50)
g) Payment to Brick Utilities for March bulk water usage ($58,242.40)
h) Payment to CMX from Planning Board escrow ($1564.50)
i) Payments to Galvin Law Firm from Board of Adjustment accounts ($1,852.50)
j) Release of Dumpster Bonds (2)
k) Approval of Public Defender contract
l) Authorize CMX to apply to Sustainable Jersey Small Grants Program
m) Authorize CMX to apply for 2009 FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program
n) Authorize CMX to apply for grant through DOT Transportation Enhancement Program
o) Authorize CMX to apply for grant through DOT Safe Streets to Transit
p) Authorize John Chussler to cover duties during absence of Construction Official
q) Permission to prepare and submit RFP for Energy Audit
r) P O and payment to Lowes Home Center for shelving and deadbolt for water plant storage rooms ($1,379.76)
s) Approval of computer generated vouchers ($1,263,411.02)
t) Permission to apply for Ocean County Shade Tree Commission grant for trees on Arnold Avenue
u) Appointment of John Cheasty to the Parking Authority
v) Payment to OC JIF for second installment 2009 ($220,957.80)
w) P O to Bio-Key for police computer software maintenance ($5713.20)
x) P O and payment to Quality Communications for repairs to police car mobile communications systems ($2285)

7 CONSENT RESOLUTION 2:
a) Authorization to pursue shared services of Code Enforcement, Municipal Court and Police Department operations with the Borough of Point Pleasant
b) Authorization for the Borough Administrator to pursue possibility of shared services with the PPB Board of Education
c) Payment to Pedroni Fuel for gasoline and diesel fuel ($12,461.76)
d) Scheduled payment to PPB Board of Education ($774,463)
e) 2nd quarter payment to OCUA ($298,560)
f) P O to Surfside Electric for electric service change ($1975)

8 COMMITTEE REPORTS:
9 MAYOR’S REPORT:
10 ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT:
11 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PERIOD:
12 ADJOURNMENT:



COUNCIL ADDENDA
May 5, 2009



1 DEPARTMENT HEAD MEMOS:
a) Code Enforcement Officer Petrillo RE: Curb Cut 318 Niblick St
b) Ellsworth RE: Clarification on bulk pick-up after town-wide garage sale

2 CORRESPONDENCE:
a) CMX RE: NJDOT 2009 Municipal Aid Application
b) Kevin Keefe RE: Mother’s Day Flower Sale Fundraiser

3 CONSENT RESOLUTION 3:
a) Opposition to re-appropriation of monies for Dedicated EMT Training Fund
b) Support Participation in the Sustainable Jersey Municipal Certification Program
c) Authorize submission of Sustainable Jersey grant application
d) Proclaim May 10th through May 16th as Police Week
e) Proclaim May 4 through May 10 as Municipal Clerks’ Week
f) Proclaim September 2009 as Ovarian Cancer Awareness month
g) Authorize Kaleidoscope of Hope Fdn to place teal ribbons around town
h) Approval of Payroll #10 ($231,287.91)
i) Payment to All Hands Fire Equipment for firefighter boots ($539.25)
j) P O to Motorola for radio battery chargers ($4025)
k) P O to Motorola for Mobile dash mount ($3027.60)
l) Authorization to advertise vacancy in taxi-cab company licenses
m) Approval of curb cut at 318 Niblick Street subject to removal of existing curb cut
n) Allow free bulk pick-up for participants in town-wide garage sale with a limit of 10 items to be picked up, no appliances
o) Approval of request from Mr. Keefe to hold Mother’s Day flower sale fundraiser subject to any conditions enacted by the Police Department
p) Reject all RFPs that were received for operation of property formerly know as Risden’s South – CLOSED SESSION ITEM


Published May01, 2009 | Council Agendas | 786


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