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April 12, 2010

COUNCIL AGENDA

TIME: 6:30 P.M. - Caucus/Executive Session
1) DEPARTMENT HEAD MEMOS:
a) Zoning Officer Petrillo RE:
1. 206 Washington Avenue curb cut request
2. Authorization to send removal letter - 56 Sanborn Avenue
b) Planning Board/Council President Tooker RE: Vacation of a portion of Carter Avenue
c) Capt. O’Hara RE: Special Event Applications
1. Deborah Flea Market on June 12
2. Disabled American Veterans ‘Forget Me Not’ Drive
3. Memorial Day Bike Parade on 5/29/10
4. St. Peter PTA car and raffle ticket sales on Boardwalk
5. Street Light Ministries literature distribution on Boardwalk
6. American Cancer Society ‘Breast Cancer Walk’ on 10/17/10
7. Pt. Pleasant Lions Club
a. Seafood 5K on 9/18/10
b. ‘Tube Race’ Parade on 9/19/10
c. Boardwalk Craft Fair on 9/19/10
8. Chamber of Commerce
a. Classic Car Cruises
b) Jazz & Blues Festival on 6/26/10 and 6/27/10
9. First Aid Squad ‘Monster Dash’ on 10/30/10
2) CORRESPONDENCE:
a) Garnet Gull Boosters RE: Coin Toss
b) St Peter School RE: Adopt A Spot
c) Catherine & Mary Loughran RE: Water bill relief – 19 Danby Place
3) EXECUTIVE SESSION:
7:30 P.M. - Regular Meeting

1 Open Meeting - Public Meeting Notice - Roll Call
2 Flag Salute – Prayer
3 Approval of Council Meeting minutes – March 23, 2010

4 PROCLAMATION: Elizabeth Marie Pfister

5 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION – Issues from Residents/Non Agenda & 1st Reading Items

6 ORDINANCES:
a) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2010-09 (Amend Parking Fees)
b) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2010-10 (Increase Building Fees)
c) 2nd Reading/Public Hearing Ordinance 2010-11 (Establish Two 15-Minute Parking Spaces on Broadway)
d) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2010-08 (Establish Meeting Procedures)
e) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2010-12 (Reduce Hotel/Motel Tax to 1.5%)
f) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2010-13 (Waste Materials & Collection)
g) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2010-14 (Establish Mobile Vending Hours of Operation)
h) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2010-15 (Street Opening Performance Bonds)
i) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2010-16 (Establish paid parking on portions of Channel Drive & Baltimore Ave)
j) 1st Reading/Introduction Ordinance 2010-17 (Shade Trees)

7 CONSENT RESOLUTION 1:
a) Authorization to terminate employee health benefit coverage with Horizon BCBS
b) Authorization to terminate employee Rx benefit coverage with Maxor
c) Authorization to participate in the N J State Health Benefits Program for employee and retiree health and Rx benefits
d) Authorization to enter into and for Mayor to execute intergovernmental agreement with the County of Ocean for Lake of the Lillies dredge project
e) Support League of Municipality efforts for rescission of a portion of LFN 2010-8, which provides for further loss of aid if a municipality takes advantage of the exception the statute currently provides
f) Cancel budget workshop meeting on April 20th and establish Finance Committee workshop on April 20th
g) Authorize tonnage grant application
h) Emergency Appropriation to 2009 Temporary
i) Payment to Major Police Supply for T3 motion vehicle ($12,400)
j) Approval of Payroll #6 ($230,274.71) and Payroll #7 ($234,610.09)
k) Payments to CMX from escrow accounts ($3722.34)
l) Payment to Horizon BCBS for employee health benefits ($111,336.44)
m) P O to Metric Group for repairs to and parts for parking machines (not to exceed $8,000)
n) P O to Partek Solutions for parking machine paper ($7250)
o) Payment to Airpower Internat’l for fire department service contracts ($3726)
p) Payment to Metric Group for parking machine parts ($3518.08)
q) Payment to Jesco, Inc. for front end loader ($73,335)
r) Payment of 1st quarter tax allocation to Open Space Fund ($63,888.30)
s) P O to Absolute Fire Protection for fire hose ($9350)
t) Scheduled payments to PPB Board of Education ($1,610,884)
u) Payment to Schulman, Wiegmann from BOA escrow ($225)
v) Payment to the Galvin Law Firm from Planning Board escrow ($195)
w) Payment to United Computer for network support services ($2700)
x) Appointment of seasonal public works laborer (1)
y) Payment to the Ronan Agency for group accident coverage for fire department ($2881)
z) Payment of 2nd Quarter Tax allocation to Ocean County ($1,855,230.35)

8 CONSENT RESOLUTION 2:
a) Appt of Ray Savacool, T & M Associates, as Borough Engineer
b) Payment to Brick Utilities for March bulk water usage ($56,624.22)
c) Refund of Planning Board escrow ($559.73)
d) Authorization for Mayor to execute contract for lobbying services with Keys to the Capitol, LLC with no cost to the Borough
e) P O to Best Uniform for Public Works uniforms ($4,794.40)
f) Release of unexpended Board of Adjustment escrow account balances ($1377)
g) Award of contract to Earle Asphalt for Ocean Ave curb improvements through NPP grant ($11,813.13)
h) Reimbursement to Sgt. Duffy for college tuition ($3183.38)
i) Approval of computer generated vouchers ($3,057,782.87)
j) Payment to First Due Training for Fire Dept. class ($4417.50)
k) Payment to All Time Auto Body for repairs to police vehicle ($6045.89)
l) P O to Atlantic Tactical for ammunition for qualifications (not to exceed $7,000)


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


Published April09, 2010 | Council Agendas | 996


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