Village Council Public Meeting - 20170208

VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD

                   VILLAGE COUNCIL

               REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING

                  FEBRUARY 8, 2017

                      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

     A.   Dad’s Night Days – Hawes School and                  Somerville School

     B.   Read Across America Day

     C.   Super Science Saturday

8.   Swearing-in of Police Officers

  1. Police Officer Douglas Busch

  2. Police Officer Douglas Christopher

  3. Police Officer Brandon Donnelly

  4. Police Officer Jack Knudsen

  5. Police Officer Zachary Knudsen

  6. Police Officer Kyle Scarpa

    9.   Swearing-in of Police Lieutenant Brian Pullman

    10.  Swearing-in of Police Captain William Amoruso

        

    11.  Comments from the Public (Not to exceed 3 minutes

         per person - 40 minutes in total)

    12.  Village Manager's Report

    13.  Village Council Reports

    14.  ORDINANCES – RIDGEWOOD WATER

         NONE

    15.  RESOLUTIONS – RIDGEWOOD WATER

    THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 17-26 THROUGH 17-37 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:

    17-26          Title 59 Approval – Landscaping Services –           Approves the plans and specifications for            Landscaping Services prepared by Ridgewood             Water, pursuant to Title 59

    17-27          Award Contract – Landscaping Services (NTE           $113,820) – Awards the second year of a two-              year contract to the sole bidder, Pat                Scanlan, 14 Plains Drive, New City, NY

    17-28          Title 59 Approval – Cold Water Meters and           Accessories – Approves the plans and                 specifications for Cold Water Meters and             Supplies prepared by Ridgewood Water,                  pursuant to Title 59

    17-29          Award Contract – Cold Water Meters and                    Accessories – Awards the first year of a two-             year contract to the lowest responsible                   bidder, Rio Supply, Inc., 100 Allied Parkway,         Sicklerville, NJ

    17-30          Title 59 Approval – Pipe, Appurtenances, and              Service Materials – Approves the plans and           specifications for Furnish and Deliver Pipe,              Appurtenances and Service Materials for Water          Distribution Maintenance prepared by                 Ridgewood Water, pursuant to Title 59

    17-31          Award Contract – Pipe, Appurtenances, and            Service Materials – Awards the second year of      a two-year contract to the following lowest             responsible bidders in various categories of               materials: Water Works Supply Co., Inc., 660        State Highway 23, Pompton Plains, NJ; HD              Waterworks Supply, 61 Gross Avenue, Edison,             NJ; and Capitol Supply Construction Products,          Inc., 149 Old Turnpike Road, Wayne, NJ

    17-32          Title 59 Approval – Furnishing and Delivering        of Sodium Hypochlorite Solution – Approves              the plans and specifications for Furnishing              and Delivering of Sodium Hypochlorite                 Solution prepared by the Ridgewood Water             Department, pursuant to Title 59

    17-33          Award Contract – Furnishing and Delivering of        Sodium Hypochlorite Solution ($3.62/gallon)-           Awards the second year of a two-year contract          to the sole responsible bidder, Miracle                  Chemical Company, 1151B Highway 33,                  Farmingdale, NJ

    17-34          Title 59 Approval – Servicing and Repair of               Water Pumping Facilities – Approves the plans        and specifications for Servicing and Repair              of Potable Water Storage Tanks, prepared by            Ridgewood Water, pursuant to Title 59

    17-35          Award Contract – Servicing and Repair of             Water Pumping Facilities – Approves the plans         and specifications for Servicing and Repair              of Potable Water Pumping Facilities, prepared      by Ridgewood Water, pursuant to Title 59  

    17-36          Award Professional Services Contract – USEPA              Compliance Services for Evaluation of                Groundwater Wells (NTE $35,000) – Awards a              Professional Services contract to Legette,           Brashears & Graham, 600 East Crescent Avenue,        Upper Saddle River, NJ. The required Pay to               Play forms have been filed with the Village           Clerk’s office.

    17-37          Authorize Change Order – Installation of             Backup Power at Critical Facilities (NTE               $62,445) – Authorizes the change order which           was necessary due to additional permitting           work, including Planning Board approvals a           the Township of Wyckoff and the Borough of              Midland Park, as well as NJDEP flood plain             and wetland permits

    16.  ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION

    3581 – Amend Chapter 265 – Vehicles and Traffic –              Prohibit Parking – Sections of Sherman Place –       Designates several areas for no parking at any        time on various sections of Sherman Place, due           to safety concerns

    3582 – Amend Chapter 265 – Vehicles and Traffic – Angle    Parking – Allows vehicles to be parked in             parking lots with perpendicular parking stall      spaces with either the front or rear of the      vehicle facing perpendicular to the nearest curb    line. Vehicles parked in angled parking stall          spaces must park with the front of the vehicle          facing the nearest curb line. Vehicles parked in      parallel parking spaces must have the front of          the vehicle facing in the travel of direction of      the roadway nearest the parking space.

    3583 – Amend Chapter 238 – Sewers and Sewage Disposal –    Addition of Masticated Food Waste – Adds               masticated food waste and its definition to the        liquid waste acceptance program, including the           basis for billing

    3584 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Sewers and Sewage      Disposal - Liquid Waste Acceptance Program Fees      – Amends the fees charged for various acceptable  liquid wastes including grey water/septage;        masticated flowable food waste; wastewater          meeting certain requirements; and pumpout FOG          (fats, oil, and grease) of various                   concentrations

    3585 – Amend Chapter 265 – Vehicles and Traffic - Bus          Stops – Amends the Village’s bus stop ordinance         so that the bus stops listed reflect the bus      stops which exist in the Village. It also lists          the bus stop numbers.

    3586 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Significant Sewer        Discharger Fees – Increases the fees for               significant sewer dischargers from $4.03 per          thousand gallons of flow in excess of one EDU as    measured by water meter consumption to $4.27 per      thousand gallons of flow. This increase includes       commercial/industrial/institutional as well as        tax exempt and tax credited users. This fee was          last increased in 2010.

    3587 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Graydon Pool Fees –          The fees for adult, child, and day passes will       remain the same for 2017 and 2018. There will be      a late season discount of 50% off of the price           on or after August 1st. There will also be a 10%         early bird discount for those badges purchased    in the month of April.

    17.  ORDINANCES – PUBLIC HEARING

    3578 - Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Day Camp Fees

    3579 – Amend Chapter 190 – Land Use and                        Development – Institutional and Religious             Uses and Public Utilities

    3580 - Amend Chapter 265 – Vehicles and Traffic – CBD          Parking

    18.  RESOLUTIONS

    THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 17-38 THROUGH 17-53 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:

    17-38          Authorize Membership Agreement – Cooperative              Purchasing Program – North Jersey Wastewater              Cooperative Pricing System through Lead                Agency Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission –            Authorizes the Acting Village Manager and            Mayor to execute the membership agreement            with the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission            on behalf of the North Jersey Wastewater              Cooperative Pricing System

    17-39          Title 59 Approval – Maintenance of Irrigation        Systems/Water Fountains – Approves the plans              and specifications for Maintenance of                    Irrigation Systems/Water Fountains for                Contract Years 2017 and 2018, prepared by the         Parks and Recreation Department, pursuant to              Title 59

    17-40          Award Contract – Maintenance of Irrigation           Systems/Water Fountains – Awards this                contract to the lowest responsible bidder,            Tanz, Inc., 3 River Edge Road, River Edge, NJ

    17-41          Award Contract under Cooperative Purchasing               Program – Truck Chassis for Sludge Hauling           Tanker Truck (NTE $153,895.85) – Awards a               contract under Middlesex Regional Educational        Services Commission to Gabrielli Truck Sales,        2300 Route 130 North, Dayton, NJ

    17-42          Award Contract under Cooperative Purchasing               Program – Vacuum Tank Unit for Sludge Hauling        Tanker Truck (NTE $60,890) – Awards a                   contract under Middlesex Regional Educational        Services Commission to Vacuum Sales, Inc., 51        Stone Road, Lindenwold, NJ

    17-43          Award Contract under Cooperative Purchasing               Program – Pumps for Ridgewood Lawns Sewer            Pump Station (NTE $48,862.30) – Awards a            contract under the North Jersey Wastewater              Cooperative Pricing System administered by           the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission to            Pumping Services, Inc., 201 Lincoln                 Boulevard, Middlesex, NJ

    17-44          Award Professional Services Contract –                    Surveys of Intersections for Upgrade of                   Traffic Signals (NTE $28,700) – Awards a           Professional Services contract to Daniel M.            Dunn of Dunn Surveying and Mapping, P.S., 40              East Prospect Street, Waldwick, NJ for                    intersection area surveys for upgrade of             traffic signals. The required Pay to Play              forms have been filed with the Village                 Clerk’s Office.

    17-45          Award Professional Services Contract – 2017               Land      Surveying Services Retainer for                 Preparation of Tax    Assessment Map (NTE                   $1,700) - Awards a Professional Services             contract to Daniel M. Dunn, of Dunn Surveying          and Mapping, P.A., 40 East Prospect Street,               Waldwick, NJ

    17-46          Authorize Designation of Acting Municipal            Court Administrator ($35/hour) – Designates           Kimberly McWilliams, CMCA as the Acting                Municipal Court Administrator, on a                  provisional basis to undertake the duties of              the absent Municipal Court Administrator or              Deputy Municipal Court Administrator during              scheduled or unscheduled leaves. This is               required under the new Criminal Justice                   Reform legislation.

    17-47          Authorize Girl Scout Troop 1136 and Ridgewood        Shade Tree Commission Project – Shade Tree            Nursery – Authorizes Girl Scout Troop 1136             and the Ridgewood Shade Tree Commission to           remove the accumulated debris, trash, and            garbage and establish a Shade Tree Nursery at          203 East Glen Avenue. This project has been             reviewed by the Village Engineer and the             Director of Parks and Recreation who have            helped to address various safety issues.

    17-48          Increase 2017 Deferred School Taxes -                Increases     deferred school taxes from                 $45,630,455.58 to $46,515,256.20, an increase        of $884,800.62 from 12/31/15 to 12/31/16

    17-49          Approve Budget Reserve Transfers – Resolution        which transfers money in the 2016 budget from         departments which have excess funds to those             departments which do not have adequate funds

    17-50          Authorize Application for Sustainable Jersey              PSE&G Grant – Authorizes an application for a        Sustainable Jersey PSE&G Grant for a                   professional to conduct a tree survey in the           Village

    17-51          Authorize Execution of Grant Agreement -             Community     Development Block Grant –                  Handicapped Accessible Ramp at Gate House of           Irene Habernickel Family      Park – Authorizes            the Acting Village Manager to sign the grant              agreement and the Village Chief Financial            Officer to sign all County vouchers

    17-52          Award Professional Services Contract – Noise              Assessment – Schedler Park Property (NTE             $6,601) – Awards a Professional Services               Contract to Sharon Paul Carpenter of Paul               Carpenter Associates, Inc., 7 Columbia                    Turnpike, Suite 101, Florham Park, NJ

    17-53          Award Professional Services Contract – Review        of Village Hall HVAC System Operation (NTE              $19,385) – Awards a Professional Services             Contract to LAN Associates, 445 Godwin                    Avenue, Midland Park, NJ. The required Pay to        Play forms have been filed with the Village               Clerk’s Office.

        

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

    20.  Resolution to go into Closed Session

    21.  Closed Session

  1. Contract Negotiations – Potential Purchase of     Property

  2. Personnel – Village Manager’s Office; Village   Manager Search

  1. Legal – HealthBarn; RCRD

    22.  Adjournment

 

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