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Agenda : March 18, 2009
OCEAN COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS

March 18, 2009

BOARD MEETING AGENDA

4:00 P.M.

Call to Order.

Roll Call.

The Pledge of Allegiance and Prayer.

STATEMENT
Compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act.

RESOLUTIONS

Authorizing Payment of Bills contained in Bill Committee Report No. 6.

A-1 Authorizing the County Personnel Resolution.

A-2 Authorizing payments to contractors listed on the Engineering Department Agenda of March 18, 2009.

A-3 Honoring Jillian Smith, a Senior Track Champion at Southern Regional High School.

A-4 Honoring Timothy E. Ryan as "Humanitarian of the Year", Thomas F. Hayes and David Most as "Volunteers of the Year" and Cowan, Gunteski and Co., PA as "Corporate Visionary of the Year", given by the American Cancer Society.

A-5 Honoring Officers Derek Gorski, Joseph Olesky, Dominic Manion, and Detective Scott Conover as "Police Officers of the Year", given by the Jackson Kiwanis Club.

A-6 Honoring Susan Rogers as the "Woman of the Year", given by the Ocean County Federation of Republican Woman.

A-7 Authorizing transfers between budget appropriation account reserves.

A-8 Authorizing the execution of fifty-four (54) Tourism Promotional Grants.

A-9 Authorizing the execution of an application for the Decontamination Task Force Training Grant FY09.

A-10 Authorizing the execution of the application for the New Jersey Local History Grant, for the period 1/1/2009 through 12/31/2009.

A-11 Authorizing the execution of an application for the Ocean County Victims of Crime Act Program Grant FY09.

A-12 Authorizing the execution of a Letter of Agreement with the OC Board of Health to administer the 2009 Alliance to Prevent Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Municipal Alliance Grant.

A-13 Authorizing the execution of an Agreement with Community Services, Inc. for purchases from the NJ Purchase Bureau.

A-14 Authorizing the execution of an Agreement with the State Office of Emergency Management, Department of Environmental Protection and the Ocean County Health Department and Berkeley Township Hazmat Team through the Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement for Hazmat Services.

A-15 Authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Borough of Ship Bottom for Schedule "C" Road Department Services, in an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 and Schedule "C" Engineering Services, in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00.

A-16 Authorizing the dissolution of the Ocean County Transportation Task Force.

A-17 Authorizing a Modification to the First Time Homebuyer Program to include new participants, as recommended by the Planning Director.

A-18 Authorizing an Amendment to the Fee Structure for Special Group Trips provided by Ocean Ride.

A-19 Authorizing an Amendment to a Resolution previously awarded due to a vendor name change.

A-20 Two (2) Resolutions authorizing Amendments to Resolutions previously awarded due to typographical errors.

A-21 Authorizing the execution of a Termination Agreement with Wachovia Bank for the cancellation and release of a Standby Irrevocable Letter of Credit No. SM422195W to Fieldspring Investments, LLC.

A-22 Supporting the Township of Brick with its application to the NJ Department of Transportation "Red Light Running Automated Enforcement" Program for the intersection of Brick Boulevard (County Route 549) and Chambers Bridge Road (County Route 549), Brick Township.

A-23 Approving the Release of Bonds for Road Opening Permits.

MOTIONS

B-1 Authorizing the Clerk of the Board to record and/or accept recorded Legal Instruments.

B-2 Approving the Distribution of Requests for Proposals and/or Requests for Qualifications for Professional Services and/or Extraordinary, Unspecifiable Services and approving the selection criteria contained therein, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.1.

B-3 Approving the Minutes of the Board Meeting of 1/21/2009.

B-4 Approving the Minutes of the Pre-Board Meeting of 1/14/2009.

B-5 Approving the OC Master Payroll paid on March 4, 2009 for the payroll period of February 5, 2009 through February 18, 2009 and for the payroll period of February 19, 2009 through March 4, 2009, in the amount of $4,897,160.83.

B-6 Approving the Plans and Specifications and authorizing the County Engineer to advertise for the receipt of bids for Intersection Reconstruction of Lakewood-New Egypt Road (C.R. 528) and Pinehurst Road (C.R. 539), Plumsted Township.

B-7 Authorizing the conveyance by dedication of Parcel 33 to the Township of Jackson for the Reconstruction of Bennetts Mills Road, from County Line Road to Manhattan Street, Jackson Township.

B-8 Authorizing the acquisition of right-of-way and/or easement(s) by gift, purchase, exchange or condemnation for the purpose of intersection reconstruction and traffic signal upgrade at Route 527, Cedar Swamp Road and Route 526, West Commodore Boulevard, Jackson Township.

B-9 Authorizing the amended acquisition of right-of-way and/or easement(s) by gift, purchase, exchange or condemnation for the Reconstruction of Route 527, Whitesville Road, White Road to Veterans Highway, Jackson Township. (62 parcels)

RESOLUTIONS

Traffic Safety Improvements
C-1 Authorizing the Installation of a Traffic Signal at the intersection of West Commodore Boulevard-Route 526-571 and Cassville Road-Route 571, Jackson Township.

C-2 Authorizing the Installation of a Traffic Signal at the intersection of Cross Street-Route 626 and James Street, Lakewood Township.

C-3 Authorizing the Installation of a Traffic Signal at the intersection of Monmouth Road-Route 537 and Hornerstown-Whiting Road-Route 539, Plumsted Township.

Bid Awards
D-1 Awarding a Contract for the furnishing and delivery of PRINTING PROJECTS to W.G.I. Corp. T/A Webco Graphics, the lowest qualified bidder.

D-2 Awarding a Contract for the furnishing and delivery of SAFETY BARRELS to Garden State Highway Products, Inc., the lowest qualified bidder.

D-3 Awarding a Contract for the furnishing and delivery of DOCUMENT SHREDDING SERVICES to MCC Recycling, LLC, the lowest qualified bidder.

D-4 Awarding Contracts for the furnishing and delivery of STEEL CHANNEL POSTS AND TIMBER FOR SIGN POSTS to Garden State Highway Products, Inc.; Traffic Safety Service, LLC; and Bayway Lumber, Inc., the lowest qualified bidders.

D-5 Rejecting all bids for the furnishing and delivery of GOLF CARTS FOR OCEAN COUNTY GOLF COURSES. It will be rebid with revised specifications.

Change Orders
E-1 Authorizing Change Order No. 1 with Site Contractors, Inc. for the project known as Demolition and Related Work – 13 Clearwater Drive, Waretown, Ocean Township, NJ, a decrease in the amount of $150.00.

Contracts
F-1 Awarding a Professional Services Contract to Remington, Vernick & Vena Engineers for Voter District Mapping Services for the 2009 Calendar Year, in an amount not to exceed $15,000.00.

F-2 Awarding a Contract to Carole Leasing Corporation d/b/a Budget Car Sales and One Putt, Inc. for the transportation of voting machines from polling places in Ocean County.

F-3 Awarding a Contract to Advanced Computer Concepts, Inc. t/a Trec for printing, labeling, mailing and binding services for the Board of Elections.

F-4 Amending a Professional Services Contract with Paulus, Sokolowski, and Sartor, LLC, for the preparation of a Joint Land Use Study for Joint Base McGuire, Dix, Lakehurst, a no cost extension of time until 3/31/2009.

Appointments and Reappointments
G-1 Appointing Maria LaFace, Toms River and Gwen Forte, Pine Beach as members; and appointing Richard Biolsi, Toms River, Debbie Klaus, Toms River, Rebecca Germann, Toms River, Marge Nikodem, Brick, Jennifer Gustavsen, Brick, Rev. June Stitzinger-Clark, Lakewood, and Nancy McCorry, Toms River as alternate members and reappointing Vivian Bartkus, Brick, Enrico De Gironimo, Brick, Sarah Gelbwachs, Lakewood, Rev. Peter Hartney, Beachwood, Susan Kelly, The Foodbank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, Neptune, Carol Latif, Toms River, Camille Lopez, Lakewood, Dominick Magliaro, Toms River, Kathleen Patrick, Jackson, Rev. Gary Stiegler, Lakewood and Lorie Travaglino, Toms River as members; and reappointing Carmen Pagan, Lakewood, Moshe Zev Weisberg, Lakewood and Barbara Scholz, Brick as alternate members, all to the OCEAN COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES ADVISORY COUNCIL for a term of three (3) years, term to expire 3/31/2012.

G-2 Reappointing Stephen F. Childers to the position of County Road Supervisor for a term of five (5) years, term to expire 3/31/2014.

G-3 Reappointing Duane Grembowicz, Pine Beach and John P. Wnek, Toms River to the CATTUS ISLAND COUNTY PARK ADVISORY COUNCIL for a term of three (3) years, term to expire 3/31/2012.

G-4 Reappointing Carmen Amato, Jr., Bayville, John J. Mallon, Pine Beach and Patricia Seeber, Manahawkin to the OCEAN COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH for a term of three (3) years, term to expire 3/23/2012.

G-5 Reappointing Raymond Gormley, Little Egg Harbor Township and John P. Kelly, Eagleswood to the MOSQUITO EXTERMINATION COMMISSION for a term of three (3) years, term to expire 3/31/2012.

RECEIVED ITEMS

RESOLUTIONS FROM GOVERNING BODIES

H-1 Plumsted Township terminating agreement with the County of Ocean for Fire Safety Act Enforcement.

H-2 Pine Beach Borough authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-3 Ship Bottom Borough authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-4 Manchester Township authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-5 Jackson Township authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-6 Jackson Township urging the Governor to direct the Attorney General to stop providing a defense for COAH.

H-7 Jackson Township supporting S-2485 to suspend the requirements of the Fair Housing Act.

H-8 Mantoloking Borough authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-9 OC Board of Health declaring February, 2009 as "American Heart Month".

H-10 Stafford Township authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-11 Point Pleasant Beach Borough authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-12 Plumsted Township awarding a contract to Vernon E. Dancer for vehicle and vehicle operating personnel for supplementary removal of snow and ice.

H-13 Plumsted Township authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-14 Little Egg Harbor Township opposing an amendment to the OC Solid Waste Management Plan regarding a proposed transfer facility to be located in the Township.

H-15 Beach Haven Borough authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-16 Lavallette Borough authorizing participation in the PARIS Grant with the County of Ocean.

H-17 Middlesex County urging Amtrak to expedite a study to determine the feasibility of increasing gross weight restriction for rail cars along the northeast corridor line in NJ from 263,000 pounds to 286,000 pounds.

H-18 Hunterdon County opposing legislation that would require deferral of half a billion dollars in pension payments.

H-19 Jackson Township authorizing an interlocal services agreement for Schedule "C" Road Maintenance.

MINUTES AND MEETING NOTICES

I-1 OC Mosquito Extermination Commission Meeting Minutes of 1/12/2009.

I-2 OC Tourism Advisory Council Meeting Minutes of 2/9/2009.

I-3 OC Library Commission Meeting Minutes of 2/17/2009.

I-4 OC Mental Health Board Meeting Minutes of 2/9/2009.

I-5 OC Board of Health Meeting Minutes of 2/18/2009.

I-6 South Jersey Resource Conservation and Development Council Meeting Minutes of 2/18/2009.

I-7 OC Shade Tree Commission Meeting Minutes of 1/8/2009.

APPROVALS

J-1 Division of Local Government Services approval of a Supplemental Debt Statement.

REPORTS

K-1 OC Board of Taxation 2009 Equalization Table.

CORRESPONDENCE
(None at this time.)

FREEHOLDER COMMENTS

PUBLIC DISCUSSION
Comments from members of the audience are invited at this time with a limit
of five (5) minutes per speaker.

ADJOURNMENT

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