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THE RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE COUNCIL PUBLIC WORKSHOP AGENDA
JUNE 26, 2019 : 7:30 P.M.
 
1. 7:30 pm – Call to Order – Mayor
2. Statement of Compliance with Open Public Meeting Act
 Mayor: “Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided by a posting on the bulletin  board in Village Hall, by mail to the Ridgewood News, The Record, and by submission  to all persons entitled to same as provided by law of a schedule including the date and  time of this meeting.”
3. Roll Call – Village Clerk 
4. Flag Salute/Moment of Silence
5. Public Comments (Not to Exceed 3 Minutes per Person - 40 Minutes in Total)  
6. Manager’s Report
7. Council Reports 
8. Discussion
     a. Budget 
           1.Declare Property Surplus - Fire Department
     b. Operations
           1.Appointment to Parks Recreation Conservation Board
9. Motion to Suspend Work Session and Convene Special Public Meeting
10. Special Public Meeting – See Attached Agenda
11. Motion to Adjourn Special Public Meeting and Reconvene Work Session
12. Discussion
       a. Ridgewood Water 
             1.Award Change Order #1– Professional Services for Engineering Consultant for Eder, Lakeview and Southside Pump Stations
            2.Award Change Order #1 – Professional Services for Engineering Consulting for Passaic Valley Water Commission Pipeline Project 
           3.Additional Award Contract – Line Stop and Valve Insertion
           4. Declare Property Surplus – 2004 Ford F250
     b. Parking
            None
     c. Budget
             1.Ridgewood Senior Citizen Housing Corporation
             2.Declare Property Surplus – Parking Meter Housings and Mechanisms – Department of Public Works
             3.Award Contract – Vehicle Tracking Equipment
             4.Release of Escrow – Flo’s Market
     d. Policy 
            None
      e. Operations     
          1.Memorial Park at Van Neste Square – Village Tree Assessment
          2.Authorize Execution of NJDEP Permits for Draining of Kings Pond 

13. Public Comments (Not to Exceed 5 Minutes per Person)   
14. Adjournment
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 VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE COUNCIL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING
JUNE 26, 2019  7:30 P.M.
 
1.   Call to Order - Mayor
2.   Statement of Compliance with the Open Public Meeting Act
     MAYOR: "Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided
   by a posting on the bulletin board in Village Hall,
   by mail to the Ridgewood News, The Record, and by submission to all persons entitled to same as provided by law of a schedule including the  date and time of  this meeting."
3. Roll Call
4. ORDINANCES
 a.INTRODUCTION - #3726 – Ridgewood Parking Permits for Building Owners with Offices in Central Business District – Amends the definition of Ridgewood residents in this ordinance to include the owners of a commercial property in the Central Business District, where the owner has an office in his/her commercial property
 b.INTRODUCTION - #3727 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Ridgewood Parking Permits – Amends the Fee Chapter of the Village Code to include owners of a commercial property in the Central Business District, where the owner has an office in his/her commercial property
  
5.  RESOLUTIONS
THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 19-205 THROUGH 19-207 ARE TO BE ADOPTED BY A CONSENT AGENDA, WITH ONE VOTE BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL. THERE IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION BESIDE EACH RESOLUTION TO BE CONSIDERED ON THE CONSENT AGENDA. EACH RESOLUTION WILL BE READ BY TITLE ONLY:
 19-205 Declare Property Surplus – Fire Department – Declares a Rescue Truck and various equipment surplus property and authorizes the Village Manager to dispose of said property
 19-206 Appoint Member to Parks, Recreation, and Conservation Board – Appoints Frank Mortimer to an unexpired term, which will expire on December 31, 2021
 19-207 Appoint Members to Ridgewood Arts Council – Appoints the following to terms that will expire on June 30, 2020:  Frank DelVecchio, Audrey Fink, Sean Flanagan, Sherry Frank, Dana Glazer, Drew Martin, Rosemary  Gunther McCooe, Max Viola, and Michael Walsh
THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION, NUMBERED 19-208, WILL BE CONSIDERED SEPARATELY AND READ IN FULL:
 19-208 Appoint Professional Planner (NTE $35,000)
 
6. Adjournment
 
 
 
 
 
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VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE COUNCIL REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING
 JUNE 12, 2019 : 8:00 P.M.
 
1. Call to Order - Mayor
 
2. Statement of Compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act
 
3. Roll Call - Village Clerk
 
4. Flag Salute and Moment of Silence
 
5. Acceptance of Financial Reports
 
6. Approval of Minutes
 
7. Proclamations
 Bee City USA and National Pollinator Week
 
8.  Comments from the Public (Not to exceed 3 minutes per person - 40 minutes in total)
 
9. Village Manager's Report
 
10. Village Council Reports
 
11. ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION – RIDGEWOOD WATER
 NONE
 
12. ORDINANCES - PUBLIC HEARING – RIDGEWOOD WATER
 NONE 
  
13. RESOLUTIONS – RIDGEWOOD WATER
THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 19-156 THROUGH
19-158 ARE TO BE ADOPTED BY A CONSENT AGENDA, WITH ONE VOTE BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL. THERE IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION BESIDE EACH RESOLUTION TO BE CONSIDERED ON THE CONSENT AGENDA. EACH RESOLUTION WILL BE READ BY TITLE ONLY:
19-156  Award Contract – Roof Repairs for Various Ridgewood Water Properties (NTE $39,600) – Awards a contract to the lowest quote from American Construction Chimney & Roofing Specialist, 378 Lawton Avenue, Cliffside Park, NJ
19-157 Award Contract Under State Contract – Geographic Information System for Data Migration (NTE $18,900) – Awards a contract under State Contract to Civil Solutions, 215 Bellevue Avenue, Hammonton, NJ
19-158 Award Contract Under Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing Agreement – 2019 Ford Escape
  (NTE $24,778) – Awards a contract under the Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing Agreement to National Auto Fleet Group, 490 Auto Center Drive, Watsonville, CA
 
14. ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION
3723 – Amend Outdoor Café Fees – 2019 & 2020 – Amends the fees for outdoor cafes in 2019 by having a maximum fee of $450 for 20 chairs and/or combination of benches. In 2020, there are three  new categories of fees added: 21-30 chairs and/or combination of benches-$450, 31-40 chairs and/or combination of benches-$550, and over 40 chairs and/or combination of benches-$650 
3724 – Amend Chapter 154 – Update FEMA/FIRM Maps - Flood Damage Prevention – Updates the Flood  Damage Prevention Ordinance due to the new FEMA/FIRM maps. This is required to be done by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection.
3725 – Reappropriate Funding in Capital Ordinance – Renovation of Tree Wells in Central Business District to Conducting a Tree Inventory – Reappropriates the funding in the Capital Ordinance for the renovation of tree wells in the Central Business District to funding to conduct a tree inventory of the Village. Once the tree inventory is completed, it will enable the Village to apply for grant funding for various tree projects.
 
15. ORDINANCES – PUBLIC HEARING
3722 – Prohibit Use of Single Use Plastic Carry-Out Bags
 
16. RESOLUTIONS
THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 19-159 THROUGH
19-202 ARE TO BE ADOPTED BY A CONSENT AGENDA, WITH ONE VOTE BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL.  THERE IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION BESIDE EACH RESOLUTION TO BE CONSIDERED ON THE CONSENT AGENDA. EACH RESOLUTION WILL BE READ BY TITLE ONLY:
19-159 Waive Fourth of July Vendor Fees - Waives solicitor’s fees for vendors connected with the Ridgewood Fourth of July Committee
19-160 Grant Permission to Fireworks Company for Fireworks Display - Permits Fireworks Extravaganza, 121 Gertrude Avenue, Paramus, NJ to hold a fireworks display on July 4, 2019, with a rain date of July 5, 2019  
19-161 Award Contract – Disposal of Grass Clippings (NTE $90,000) - Awards a contract to Jersey Mulch Products, LLC, 48 Old Jacksonville Road, Towaco, NJ, a NJDEP qualified “end user”, for removal and recycling of the Village’s grass clippings. 
19-162 Award Contract – Underground Storage Tank System Repair (NTE $30,536) – Awards a contract to Betts Environmental and Alternative Fuels, 160 Hamburg Turnpike, Butler, NJ
19-163 Title 59 Approval – Selective Clearing of Trees for Berm Construction at Schedler Property – Approves the plans and specifications for Selective Clearing for Berm Construction Schedler Property, 460 West Saddle River Road, Block 4704, Lot 9, 10, 11,and 12 prepared by the Engineering Division pursuant to Title 59
19-164 Award Contract – Selective Clearing of Trees for Berm Construction at Schedler Property (NTE $37,535) – Awards a contract to the lowest responsible bidder, Downes Tree Services, Inc., 65 Royal Avenue, Hawthorne,    NJ
19-165 Award Contract to a Sole Source Provider - Geographic Information Systems for Various Departments (NTE $75,180) – Awards a contract under State Contract to ESRI, 380 New York Street, Redlands, CA.  This will be for the Water Department and several other departments.
19-166 Award Contract Under State Contract -Bulletproof Vests (NTE $23,248) – Awards a contract under State Contract to Lawmen New Jersey Supply Co., 7150 Airport Highway, Pennsauken, NJ
19-167 Award Contract Under Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing Contract – Stump Grinder – Parks Department (NTE $20,498.28) – Awards a contract under the Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing Program to Northeastern Arborist Supply, 50 Notch Road, Woodland Park, NJ

19-168 Award Contract Under Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing Contract – 2019 Ford F250 Pickup Truck – Public Works (NTE $40,440) – Awards a contract under the Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing Program to National Auto Fleet Group, 490 Auto Center Drive, Watsonville, CA
19-169 Award Contract Under Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing Contract – On-line Auction Services – Authorizes a contract under the Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing Contract to GovDeals.com
19-170 Award Contract Under National Joint Powers Alliance Cooperative Purchasing Agreement –  Caterpillar Rubber Tire Backhoe – Signal and Water Pollution Control Divisions (NTE $145,961) – Awards a contract under the National Joint Powers Alliance Cooperative Purchasing Agreement to Foley, Inc., 855 Centennial Avenue, Piscataway, NJ
19-171 Award Contract Under National Joint Powers Alliance Cooperative Purchasing Agreement –  Roll-off Truck with Salter – Street Division (NTE $273,506.80) – Awards a contract under the National Joint Powers Alliance Cooperative Purchasing Agreement to Gabrielli Kenworth, 2300 Route 130 North, Dayton, NJ
19-172 Award Contract Under Houston-Galveston Area Council Cooperative Purchasing Agreement –  2020 Fire Pumper (NTE $478,703.15) – Awards a contract under the Houston-Galveston Area Council Cooperative Purchasing Agreement to Pierce Manufacturing, Inc., 2600 American Drive, Appleton, WI
19-173 Award Contract Under Cooperative Purchasing Agreement – Rental of Interim Sewage Transfer Pumps – Andover Pump Station (NTE $60,000) – Awards a contract to Pumping Services, Inc., 201 Lincoln Boulevard, Middlesex, NJ
19-174 Award Contract Under Educational Services Commission of NJ Cooperative Purchasing Contract – Bucket Truck Chassis – Parks Department (NTE $106,566) – Awards a contract under the Educational Services Commission of NJ Cooperative Purchasing Agreement to Hudson County Motors, 614 New County Road, Secaucus, NJ
19-175 Award Contract Under Cooperative Purchasing Agreement – Bucket Truck Aerial Lift – Parks Department (NTE $171,209.82) – Awards a contract under the Educational Services Commission of NJ Cooperative Purchasing Agreement to Timmerman Company, Inc., 3554 U.S. 22, Whitehouse, NJ
19-176 Award Partial Contract – Sidewalks on West Glen Avenue (NTE $50,000) – Awards a contract to the lowest responsible bidder, American Asphalt and Milling Services, LLC, 96 Midland Avenue, Kearny, NJ
19-177 Award Professional Services Contract – Certified Lake Manager and Sediment Sampling – Dredging of Kings Pond (NTE $12,000) – Awards a Professional Services Contract to Princeton Hydro, LLC, 1108 Old York Road,Suite 1, Ringoes, NJ
19-178 Appoint Village Attorney (NTE $125,000) - Appoints Matthew Rogers as the Village Attorney under a no bid contract from 7/1/19-6/30/20. The required Pay to Play forms have been filed.
19-179 Appoint Village Bond Attorney (NTE $150,000) - Appoints McManimon, Scotland, and Baumann, L.L.C., 75 Livingston Avenue, 2nd Floor, Roseland, NJ as the Village Bond Attorney from 7/1/19-6/30/20 under a no-bid contract.The required Pay to Play forms have been filed.
19-180 Appoint Village Labor Attorney (NTE $45,000) - Appoints Dominick Bratti of Bratti Greenan, LLC as the Village Labor Attorney under a no bid contract from 7/1/19-6/30/20. The required Pay to Play forms have been filed.
19-181  Appoint Village Prosecutor and Assistant Village Prosecutor (NTE $25,000) - Appoints Mark P. Fierro, 226 Main Street, Suite 303,Fort Lee, NJ as the Village Prosecutor from 7/1/19-6/30/20, under a no bid contract. Also appoints Elsbeth J. Crusius, 267 Summit Avenue, Hackensack, NJ as the Assistant Village Prosecutor from 7/1/19-6/30/20, under a no bid contract. The required Pay to Play forms have been filed.  
19-182 Appoint Municipal Public Defender and Alternate Municipal Public Defender
  (NTE $7,000) - Appoints Susan Cassell, Esq. as the Municipal Public Defender and David Altieri, Esq., as the Alternate Municipal Public Defender from 7/1/19-6/30/20
19-183 Appoint Acting Municipal Court Administrator - Appoints Kimberly McWilliams as the Acting Municipal Court Administrator to undertake the duties of the absent Municipal Court Administrator and/or Deputy Municipal Court Administrator during scheduled and/or unscheduled leaves of absence
 
19-184 Appoint Community Development Representative - Appoints Janet Fricke as the Village Council’s representative in the Community Development program
19-185 Appoint Representative to Open Space Trust Regional Committee - Appoints Nancy Bigos as the Village Council’s representative to be a part of the County of Bergen’s Open Space Trust Regional Committee
19-186 Appoint Members to Planning Board – Appoints James Van Goor as a Class II member with a term expiring on 6/30/20; Susan Knudsen as a Class III member with a term expiring on 6/30/20; Debbie Patire as a Class IV member with a term expiring on 6/30/23; Alysson Wesner to replace David Scheibner with an unexpired term expiring on 6/30/21; and Dianne O’Brien as Alternate #1 with a term expiring on 6/30/20
19-187 Appoint Members to Zoning Board of Adjustment – Appoints Isaac Lebow and John Papietro to terms expiring on 6/30/23; and Matthew Bandelt as Alternate #1 with a term expiring on 6/30/21
19-188 Appoint Member to Stigma Free Task Force – Appoints Michelle Branigan as a Village resident member to a term that expires on 12/30/20
19-189 Appoint Members to the Ridgewood Environmental Advisory Committee – Appoints Jennie Smith Wilson (Board of Education Representative), Christopher Rutishauser (Village representative), David Sayles, (Parks, Recreation, Conservation Board representative), and Yvone Nava (resident) to terms that will expire on 12/31/19. Also appoints Leslie Lello and Anthea Zito to terms that will expire on 12/31/20.
19-190 Appoint Members to the Green Team Advisory Committee – Appoints Serena Iaccoviello to a term that expires on 12/31/20
19-191 Authorize Allocation of Affordable Housing Trust Fund Money to The United Way for The Enclave Special Needs Housing – Authorizes the use of $500,000 in the Village’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund to be used for by the United Way for the development of special needs housing at The Enclave
19-192 Extend Suspension of Ordinance for Certain Illuminated Signs in Central Business District - Extends the suspension of the ordinance for certain illuminated signs in the Central Business District to December 31, 2019 or until a revised ordinance is adopted by the Village Council and becomes effective, whichever comes first
19-193 Authorize Tax Collector to Charge for Mailing of Tax Sale Notices - Authorizes the Tax Collector to charge $25 per mailing of the tax sale notice and add it to the cost of the tax sale, in lieu of any two publications of the tax sale notice
19-194 Declare Property Surplus – 2000 Packer Truck – Recycling Division – Declares this property surplus and authorizes the Village Manager to dispose of said property
19-195 Authorize Access to North Walnut Street Parking Lot Monitoring Wells – Authorizes The ELM Group of Princeton, NJ who has been hired by the owner of the former Town Garage located at 120 Franklin Avenue, to access the Village’s monitoring wells in the North Walnut Street parking lot for the purpose of sampling the groundwater for various compounds for a period of time not to exceed three years
19-196 Authorize Village of Ridgewood to be a New Jersey Future Aging Friendly Community - Retains the services of a Technical Assistance Team, assembled by New Jersey Future, to develop and provide implementation planning training that will enable older adults to remain active, engaged, and able to continue to live in their community. The services of the Technical Assistance Team will be funded through a grant, so there is no cost to the Village for their services.
19-197 Endorse Bergen County Historic Preservation Trust Fund Grant – James Rose Center – Rehabilitation of Southern Flat Roof - Confirms endorsement of a $ Bergen County Historic Preservation Trust Fund grant. This resolution does not obligate the financial resources of the Village but will expedite the expenditure of the Historic Preservation Trust funds.
19-198 Endorse Establishment of Turn Lane on Franklin Avenue – Endorses the establishment of a turn lane on Franklin Avenue, from Cottage Place to Oak Street
19-199 Accept Donation – Flagpole at Public Forum Space of Memorial Park at Van Neste Square – Accepts the donation of a flagpole at the public forum space of Memorial Park at Van Neste Square.
19-200 Authorize Release of Maintenance Bond – 44 Godwin Avenue – Authorizes the release of a Maintenance Bond in the amount of $30,648.45 for the project at Whole Foods because the Village Engineer has inspected the work done and found it to be complete, with no additional work required
19-201 Approve 2019-2020 Renewals of Liquor Licenses - Approves the annual renewal of liquor licenses in the Village of Ridgewood
19-202 Appoint Village Councilmembers as Liaisons to Various Boards and Committees - Appoints Village Councilmembers as Liaisons to various boards and committees through June 30, 2020
 
17. Comments from the Public (Not to Exceed 5 minutes per person)
 
18. Resolution to go into Closed Session
 
19. Closed Session
 A. Legal – Valley Hospital; Ridgewood Water Lawsuit
 B. Personnel - Boards and Committees
 
20. Adjournment
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VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD
VILLAGE COUNCIL
REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING
JUNE 12, 2019
8:00 P.M
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1.   Call to Order - Mayor

2.   Statement of Compliance with the Open Public       Meetings Act

3.   Roll Call - Village Clerk

4.   Flag Salute and Moment of Silence

5.   Acceptance of Financial Reports

6.   Approval of Minutes

7.   Proclamations

     Bee City USA and National Pollinator Week    

8.  Comments from the Public (Not to exceed 3              minutes per person - 40 minutes in total)

9.   Village Manager's Report

10.  Village Council Reports

11.  ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION – RIDGEWOOD WATER

     NONE

12.  ORDINANCES - PUBLIC HEARING – RIDGEWOOD WATER

     NONE   

13.  RESOLUTIONS – RIDGEWOOD WATER

19-  Award Contract – Roof Repairs for Various     Ridgewood Water Properties

19-  Award Contract Under State Contract – Geographic   Information System for Data Migration

19-  Award Contract Under Sourcewell Cooperative   Purchasing Contract – 2019 Ford Escape

 

14.  ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION

3723 – Amend Outdoor Café Fees – 2019 & 2020

3724 – Amend Chapter 154 – Update FEMA/FIRM Maps -        Flood Damage Prevention

3725 – Reappropriate Funding in Capital Ordinance –            Renovation of Tree Wells in Central Business          District to Conducting a Tree Inventory

3726 – Amend Chapter 265 – Vehicles and Traffic –              Ridgewood Parking Permits to Include Ridgewood            CBD Building Owners with Offices in Their Own            Building

3727 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Fees for Ridgewood           Parking Permits for Central Business District           Building Owners with Offices in their Own                 Buildings

 

15.  ORDINANCES – PUBLIC HEARING

3722 – Prohibit Use of Single Use Plastic Carry-Out            Bags

 

16.  RESOLUTIONS

19-  Waive Fourth of July Vendor Fees

19-  Grant Permission to Fireworks Company for              Fireworks Display

19-  Title 59 Approval – Disposal of Grass Clippings

19-  Award Contract – Disposal of Grass Clippings

19-  Title 59 Approval – Underground Storage Tank System Repair

19-  Award Contract – Underground Storage Tank System   Repair

19-  Title 59 Approval – Selective Clearing of Trees    for Berm Construction at Schedler Property

19-  Award Contract – Selective Clearing of Trees for   Berm Construction at Schedler Property

19-  Award Contract Under State Contract – Geographic   Information Systems for Various Departments

19-  Award Contract Under State Contract – Bulletproof Vests

19-  Award Contract Under Sourcewell Cooperative   Purchasing Contract – Stump Grinder – Parks    Department

19-  Award Contract Under Sourcewell Cooperative   Purchasing Contract – 2019 Ford F250 Pickup Truck    – Public Works

19-  Award Contract Under Sourcewell Cooperative   Purchasing Contract – On-line Auction Services

19-  Award Contract Under National Cooperative     Agreement – Caterpillar Backhoe – Signal and Water    Pollution Control Divisions

19-  Award Contract Under National Cooperative     Agreement – Roll-off Truck with Salter – Street    Division

19-  Award Contract Under Houston-Galveston Cooperative Purchasing Agreement – 2020 Fire Pumper

19-  Award Contract Under Cooperative Purchasing   Agreement – Rental of Interim Sewage Transfer Pumps – Andover Pump Station

19-  Award Contract Under Cooperative Purchasing   Agreement – Bucket Truck Chassis – Parks     Department

19-  Award Contract Under Cooperative Purchasing   Agreement – Bucket Truck Aerial Lift – Parks Department

19-  Award Partial Contract – Sidewalks on West Glen    Avenue

19-  Award Professional Services Contract – Certified   Lake Manager – Dredging of Kings Pond

19-  Appoint Village Attorney

19-  Appoint Village Bond Attorney (NTE $60,000)

19-  Appoint Village Labor Attorney

19- Appoint Village Prosecutor and Assistant Village        Prosecutor

19-  Appoint Public Defender

19-  Appoint Alternate Municipal Court Administrator

19-  Appoint Community Development Representative  

19-  Appoint Representative to Open Space Trust Regional          Committee

19-  Appoint Members to Planning Board

19-  Appoint Members to Zoning Board of Adjustment

19-  Appoint Member to Stigma Free Task Force

19-  Appoint Members to the Ridgewood Environmental Advisory Committee

19-  Appoint Members to the Parks, Recreation, and      Conservation Board

19-  Appoint Members to the Green Team Advisory Committee

19-  Allocation of Affordable Housing Trust Fund Money to The United Way for The Enclave Special Needs Housing

19-  Extend Suspension of Ordinance for Certain             Illuminated Signs in Central Business                    District

19-  Authorize Tax Collector to Charge for Mailing           of Tax Sale Notices

19-  Declare Property Surplus – 2000 Packer Truck –     Recycling Division

19-  Authorize Access to North Walnut Street Parking    Lot Monitoring Wells

19-  Authorize Village of Ridgewood to be a New Jersey Future Aging Friendly Community

19-  Endorse Bergen County Historic Preservation Grant – James Rose Center

19-  Endorse Establishment of Turn Lane on Franklin     Avenue

19-  Accept Donation – Flagpole at Public Forum Space   of Memorial Park at Van Neste Square

19-  Authorize Release of Maintenance Bond – 44 Godwin Avenue

19-  Approve 2019-2020 Renewals of Liquor Licenses

19-  Appoint Village Councilmembers as Liaisons to      Various Boards and Committees

19-  Title 59 Approval – Surface Restoration of West    Façade of Village Hall

19-  Award Contract – Surface Restoration of West Façade of Village Hall

17.  Comments from the Public (Not to Exceed 5 minutes per person)

18.  Resolution to go into Closed Session

19.  Closed Session

20.  Adjournment

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THE RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE COUNCIL'S PUBLIC WORKSHOP AGENDA
JUNE 5, 2019 : 7:30 P.M.
 
1.7:30 pm - Call to Order - Mayor
 
2.Statement of Compliance with Open Public Meeting Act
Mayor: "Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided by a posting on the bulletin board in Village Hall, by mail to the Ridgewood News, The Record, and by submission to all persons entitled to same as provided by law of a schedule including the date and time of this meeting."

3.Roll Call -Village Clerk
 
4.Flag Salute/Moment of Silence
 
5.Public Comments (Not to Exceed 3 Minutes per Person - 40 Minutes in Total)
 
6.Manager's Report
 
7.Council Reports
 
8.Discussion
 
 a.Ridgewood Water None
 
 b.Parking
    1. Parking on Sherman Place
    2. Monte Vista Avenue Parking Restrictions
 
 c.Budget
    1.Award Contract -National Cooperative Agreement - Caterpillar Backhoe Signal and Water Pollution Control Divisions
    2.Award Contract - Cooperative Purchasing Agreement - 2020 Fire Pumper
    3.Authorize Online Auction Service - Sourcewell
    4.Award Professional Services Contract - Certified Lake Manager
    5.Award Contract -National Cooperative Purchasing Agreement -Roll-Off Truck with Salter - Street Division
    6.Award Contract - Disposal of Grass Clippings
    7.Award Contract - Selective Clearing for Berm Construction at Schedler Property
 
 d.Policy
    1. Guidelines for Use of Flagpole in Public Forum Space
    2. Amending Chapter 190 Land Use Development -Illuminated  Signs in Business District and Extend Suspension of Ordinance for Certain           Illuminated Signs in Central Business District
    3. Establishment of Tum Lane on Franklin Avenue.
 
  e.Operations
    1.Authorize Access to North Walnut Street Parking Lot - Monitoring Wells
    2.North Walnut Street Traffic Calming
    3.Alternate Court Administrator
    4.Ordinance to Adopt New FEMA/FIRM Maps
    5.2020 Village Calendar Theme
 
9.Review of June 12,2019 Public Meeting Agenda
 
10.Public Comments (Not to Exceed 5 Minutes per Person)
 
11.Closed Session
 A.Legal - Chestnut Village
 B.Personnel -Village Manager's Office, Municipal Court, Boards and Committees ­ Village Council Appointments
 
12.Adjournment
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