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«APPROVAL OF MINUTES Approval of the Regular Minutes of May 21, 2013 ...»

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COUNCIL MEETING

AGENDA JUNE 18, 2013

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Approval of the Regular Minutes

of May 21, 2013

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PRESENTATIONS

CROSSING GUARD - ELEANOR E. CONRAD

PARKING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER – GAIL HORANECK

******************************************************************************************** ORDINANCE – CONTINUED FROM THE MEETING OF MAY 18, 2013 #57-20 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER II,

ADMINISTRATION SHALL BE AMENDED AS FOLLOWS:

Delete 2-12.1 Department of Police in its entirety.

Add new 2-12.1 Department of Police Amending the table of Organization of the Police Department to consist of (1) Chief; (3) Captains; (6) Lieutenants; (17) Sergeants; and (84) Patrol Officers.

#57-21 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER II,

ADMINISTRATION SHALL BE AMENDED AS FOLLOWS:

Delete 2-13.1 creation of Department; Supervision, in its entirety.

Add New 2-13.1 creation of Department; Supervision Amending the table of Organization of the Fire Department to consist of (1) Chief; (5) Deputy Fire Chiefs; (22) Fire Lieutenants; and (56) Firefighters.

#57-25 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT CHAPTER II,

ADMINISTRATION AND, CHAPTER XVI, SOLID WASTE

MANAGEMENT, AS FOLLOWS: Section 16-8 shall be amended as follows.

DELETE Section 16-8, Reserved ADD

Section 16-8, Garbage Collection Annual Charges as follows:

16-8.1 Fee Schedule:

Per Residential Dwelling Unit $10.00/per month Per Commercial/Industrial Unit $30.00/per month ORDINANCE – ON HEARING

#57-26 AN ORDINANCE EXTENDING RENT CONTROL IN THE CITY OF

LINDEN FOR THE PERIOD OF APRIL 19, 2012 TO APRIL 18, 2014.

#57-27 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER VII, TRAFFIC, SECTION 7-12, PARKING TIME LIMITED, SHALL BE AMENDED AS

FOLLOWS:

Add to 7-12.1 Two Hour Parking, Morningside Avenue and Summit Terrace Delete from 7-15.1d Parking Decals Summit Terrace Add to 7-15.1d Teacher Permit Parking Only Summit Terrace #57-28 BOND ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF

VARIOUS ITEMS OF CAPITAL EQUIPMENT FOR THE LINDEN

POLICE DEPARTMENT, APPROPRIATING $841,500.00 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $799,425.00 IN BONDS OR NOTES TO FINANCE PART OF THE COST THEREOF.

(Hardware and software upgrades to public safety computers $220,000.00, CAD Software System $550,000.00, Two (2) Sports Utility Vehicles with accessories $71,500.00) #57-29 BOND ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING VARIOUS CAPITAL

IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT,

APPROPRIATING $605,000.00 AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $380,000.00 IN BONDS OR NOTES TO FINANCE PART OF THE COST THEREOF. (Resurfacing of various streets $495,000.00, removal and reconstruction of curbs and sidewalks $55,000.00, West Brook Improvements $55,000.00) #57-30 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLMENT CHAPTER VII, TRAFFIC, SHALL BE AMENDED AS FOLLOWS: 7-33 Handicapped Parking Regulations, 7-33.1A Handicapped Parking On-Street Delete: 315 W. Stimpson Avenue #57-31 BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION OF $1,000,000.00 FOR FINANCING A PORTION OF THE COST OF

A REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT LOCATED ON ST. GEORGES

AVENUE AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $950,000.00

IN BONDS OR NOTES TO FINANCING PART OF THE COST.

#57-32 BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION OF $45,900.00 FOR THE PURCHASE AND CONVERSION OF VAN

INTO ANIMAL CONTROL TRNASPORT VEHICLE FOR THE

BOARD OF HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND AUTHORIZING THE

ISSUANCE OF $43,605.00 IN BONDS OR NOTES TO FINANCE

PART OF THE COST THEREOF.

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(***) TAX COLLECTOR:

(1) The amount of money collected during the month of May 2013 and turned

over to the treasurer=s office is as follows:

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Therefore, it would be in order for the council to authorize the treasurer to issue a check in the amount of $22,400.00 payable to: Virgo Municipal Finance Fund, LP, 1441 Broadway, Suite # 5010, New York, NY 10018, charging same to account #-3-01-55-276-999-956.

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Therefore, it would be in order for the council to authorize the treasurer to issue a check in the amount of $6,800.00 payable to: US Bank Custodian for Crestar Capital, LLC, 2 Liberty Place-TLSG 50 South 16th Street-Ste 1950, Philadelphia, PA 19102 charging same to account #3-01

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Therefore, it would be in order for the council to authorize the treasurer to issue a check in the amount of $6,1 00.00 payable to: Amaco, 125 Rockey Blvd # 623, Bear, DE 19701, charging same to account #-3-01-55-276Tax Sale Requesting the refund of the premium paid at the 2011 tax sale on the following blocks & lots.





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Therefore, it would be in order for the council to authorize the treasurer to issue a check in the amount of $4,300.00 payable to: Ace Plus, LLC, 1416 Ave L, Brooklyn, NY 11230, charging same to account #-3-01-55-276-999

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Therefore, it would be in order for the council to authorize the treasurer to issue a check in the amount of $8,600.00 payable to: Isaac Moradi, 520 Elm Street, Kearny, NJ 07032 charging same to account #3-01-55-276Tax Court Judgment - Block 44 Lot(s) 6 & 7 - Jay Jay Improvement Co. Inc.

The above referenced property owners are entitled to a refund due to a Tax Court of New Jersey judgment reducing the assessment by 37,000 for the tax year 2011 for lot 6 and 35,000 for the tax year 2011 for lot 7. This is to replace an incorrect refund calculation that was previously approved at the April 2013 council meeting. This will replace PO#13-01662 and check #151631.

Therefore, it would be in order for the council to authorize the treasurer to issue a check in the amount of 3,981.60 payable to: Law office of Nathan P. Wolf, LLC & Jay Jay Improvement Co Inc., 673 Morris Avenue, Springfield, NJ 07081, charging same to account #3-01-55-275-999-000.

Tax Court Judgment - Block 176 Lot 14 - Jay Jay Improvement Co. Inc.

The above referenced property owners are entitled to a refund due to a Tax Court of New Jersey judgment reducing the assessment by 63,800 for the tax year 2011. This is to replace PO# 13-01705 as this was included with PO#13-01662 refunded with check #151631 with the calculation was incorrect.

Therefore, it would be in order for the council to authorize the treasurer to issue a check in the amount of $35,814.00 payable to: Law office of Nathan P. Wolf, LLC & Jay Jay Improvement Co Inc., 673 Morris Avenue, Springfield, NJ 07081, charging same to account #3-01-55-275-999-000.

Tax Court Judgment - Block 580 Lot 5 - 1050 Edward LLC The above referenced property owners are entitled to a refund due to a Tax Court of New Jersey judgment reducing the assessment by 440,500 for the tax year 2011 ($24,359.65), and 440,500 for 2012 ($25,126.12).

Therefore, it would be in order for the council to authorize the treasurer to issue a check in the amount of $49,485.77 payable to: Zipp & Tannenbaum, LLC, 166 Gatzmer Avenue, Jamesburg, NJ 08831, charging same to account #3-01-55-275-999-000.

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(***) CITY CLERK’S OFFICE:

(3) Advising that the following Street Closure Applications have been received by our office and approved by the Chief of Police. Therefore, we are requesting final approval by Council in order for the events to be held on the following dates: (Carnegie Street and Lincoln Street, closing off Dill Avenue)

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(***) BOARD OF HEALTH:

(4) Advising that the Board of Health has issued thirty three (33) Certificates of Occupancy during the month of May 2013.

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(***) MUNICIPAL TREASURER:

Requesting approval to reimburse the individuals who are entitled (6) to payment relative to Chapters 88, 54 and 436 in the total amount of $204,632.10 for the period of January 1, 2013 to June 30, 2013.

(List is on file in the City Clerk’s Office)

CITY CLERK’S OFFICE:

(***) (7) Advising that the following Street Closure Applications have been received by our office. Therefore, we are requesting final approval by Council in order for the events to be held on the following dates contingent upon approval of the Police Chief and City Clerk: (Carnegie Street and Lincoln Street, closing off Dill Avenue)

First Baptist Church July 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th

(***) CITY CLERK’S OFFICE:

(8) Advising that the following Carnival Application have been received by our office. Therefore, we are requesting final approval by Council in order for the events to be held on the following dates contingent upon approval of the Police Chief, Fire Chief, Board of Health and City Clerk: (Carnegie Street and Lincoln Street, closing off Dill Avenue)

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2013-223 Resolution repealing yearly wage increments for non-bargaining unit department heads.

Resolutions to be considered at the June 17th Conference Meeting 2013-226. Resolution for the State Contract Purchase of Voice and Data Maintenance from Johnston Communications for the Police Department at an amount not to exceed $22,717.71.

2013-227. Resolution authorizing the acceptance to funds from Spectra Energy in the amount of $210,000.00 to be used to perform certain repairs to portions of Lower Road and Range Road that were determined to be a result of the work that Spectra Energy is performing.

2013-228. Resolution authorizing an amendment to the Agreement appointing McManimon & Scotland as Special Redevelopment Counsel to represent the City in various redevelopment matters pending in the City. Due to the ongoing nature of the services in this matter, there is a need for additional funds not to exceed $5,000.00 for legal services. Inclusive of these additional funds, total expenditures paid to date under the original contract is $100,932.84.

2013-229. Resolution amending the contract with Appraisal Consultants Corp., for real estate appraisal services for Tax Appeals for

2013. Due to the ongoing nature of the various tax appeals, it is necessary to provide for additional funds in an amount not to exceed $5,000.00. Inclusive of these additional funds, the total expenditures paid to date under the original contract is $25,000.00.

2013-230. Resolution approving a Professional Services Agreement with Jalloh & Jalloh, LLC to serve as an Acting Public Defender in the Linden Municipal Court matter and shall be paid a fee of $350.00 per appearance, not to exceed $1,000.00.

2013-231. Resolution approving a Professional Services Agreement with Edward Cooper, Esq., to serve as an Acting Public Defender in the Linden Municipal Court matter and shall be paid a fee of $350.00 per appearance, not to exceed $1,000.00.

2013-232. Resolution awarding a contract to Villani Bus Company in an amount not to exceed $25,475.00 to provide bus transportation for the City of Linden.

2013-233. Resolution declaring surplus for sale or disposition which are not needed for governmental use. (vehicles) 2013-234. Resolution for a State contract purchase of two (2) 2013 Ford Police Interceptor SUV’s to replace two obsolete police vehicles, in an amount of service not to exceed $59,926.00.

2013-235. Resolution to establish a Dedication by Rider for Spectra Energy for Lower Road and Range Road Street paving in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:5-29.

2013-236. Resolution amending the Current Fund Operating Budget for the period of January 1, 2013 through July 31, 2013 in the amount of $45,107,141.26.

2013-237. Resolution establishing the Sanitary Landfill Utility Operating Budget for the period of January 1, 2013 through July 31, 2013 in an amount not to exceed $229,191.67.

2013-238. Resolution appointing JOSEPH STIGLIANO as Deputy Coordinator of the Office of Emergency Management for a three (3) year term commencing June 1, 2013 and terminating May 31, 2016.

2013-239. Resolution authorizing an amendment to the contract with Tomco Construction, Inc., for the West Elizabeth Avenue Flood Control Project-Phase 4. A final change order in the amount of $62,082.28 is required due to dispose of contaminated soil and additional police directors. Inclusive of these additional funds the total expenditures paid to date under the original contract $2,601,082.28.

2013-240. Resolution approving a Professional Services Agreement with T & M Associates for compliance issues with the Administrative Consent Order (ACO) at the Linden Landfill for the year 2013 at a fee not to exceed $55,750.00.

2013-241. Resolution approving a Professional Services Agreement with T & M Associates for improvements to the Leachate Pump Station at the Linden Landfill at a fee not to exceed $34,500.00.

2013-242. Resolution authorizing the City to enter into a contractual relationship with Property Room.Com for the sale/disposal of tangible personal property currently in possession of the Linden Police Department. The City will be credited with 50% of the first $1,000.00 of the winning bid and 75% of the portion, if any of the winning bid that exceeds $1,000.00, minus the pro-rata share of the transaction fees (credit card cost).

2013-243. Resolution approving a Professional Services Agreement with Passero Associates for preparation of an independent fee estimate of the Airport Runway Crack Repair Construction Observation Contract at a fee not to exceed $1,800.00. (To be reimbursed by a F.A.A. Grant) 2013-244. Resolution authorizing the execution of a discharge of mortgage for property located at 821 Dill Avenue for a mortgage held through the Neighborhood Preservation Program in the amount of $20,000.00. A check in the total amount was received on June 5th repaying the full amount on said mortgage.



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