20190508 - Village of Ridgewood Regular Public Meeting

VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD
VILLAGE COUNCIL
REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING
MAY 8, 2019
8:00 P.M
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  1. Call to Order - Mayor
  1. Statement of Compliance with the Open Public       Meetings Act
  1. Roll Call - Village Clerk
  1. Flag Salute and Moment of Silence
  1. Acceptance of Financial Reports
  1. Approval of Minutes
  1. Proclamations
  1.   Proclaim May 19-25, 2019 as Emergency Medical          Services Week
  2. Proclaim May 20 through June 2, 2019 Click It          or Ticket Campaign
  3. Proclaim May as Mental Health Month
  4. Proclaim June as Gay Pride Month
  5. Proclaim June 2, 2019 as National Cancer               Survivors Day
  6.   Proclaim June 2, 2019 as National Gun                  Violence Awareness Day
  1. Comments from the Public (Not to exceed 3              minutes per person - 40 minutes in total)
  1. Presentation by Bob Zoeller, from Musco Lighting –      Permanent      Lighting at Maple Park Field
  1. Public Hearing on Bergen County Grant Application      for Permanent Lighting at Maple Park Field
  1. Resolution 19-130 Approval to Submit Application for Bergen County Grant for Permanent Lighting at      Maple Park Field
  1. Village Manager's Report
  1. Village Council Reports
  1. ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION – RIDGEWOOD WATER

     NONE

  1. ORDINANCES - PUBLIC HEARING – RIDGEWOOD WATER

     NONE

  1. RESOLUTIONS – RIDGEWOOD WATER

THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 19-131 THROUGH

19-132 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:

19-131    Award Contract under State Contract –                  Service Contract for Maintenance of Chlorine,          PH, and Phosphate Analyzers (NTE $56,572) –            Awards a contract under State Contract to              Hach Company, 5600 Lindbergh Drive, Loveland,          CO

19-132    Award Professional Services Contract –                 PFA Treatment Feasibility Study – Twinney              Treatment Facility (NTE $48,000) – Awards a            no bid Professional Services contract to Mott        MacDonald, 111 Wood Avenue South, Iselin, NJ.           The required Pay to Play forms have been            filed with the Village Clerk’s Office.

  1. ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION

3722 – Prohibit Use of Single Use Plastic Carry-Out          Bags – This ordinance prohibits the use of               single use plastic carry-out bags by food                handling establishments, retail establishments           and retail stores. It also allows these                 establishments to charge for a recyclable paper          carry-out bag and to issue a credit for reusable   bags and provides for fines to be issued to             providers of single use plastic carry-out bags.        This ordinance shall be effective January 1,         2020, after a six-     month education period.

  1. ORDINANCES – PUBLIC HEARING

3720 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Police Department          Fees

3721 – Amend Chapter 212, Article VII – Dogs in Parks

  1. RESOLUTIONS

THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 19-133 THROUGH

19-151 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:

19-133    Title 59 Approval – Resurfacing of Tennis              Courts – Approves the plans and                        specifications for Furnishing and Delivering                of Tennis Court Resurfacing for North Monroe                Courts and Bellair Courts prepared by the              Engineering Division, pursuant to Title 59

19-134    Award Contract – Resurfacing of Tennis Courts          – North Monroe and Bellair Courts (NTE                 $97,620) – Awards a contract to the lowest             responsible bidder, Sport-Tech Acrylic Corp.,          410 Route 22, Brewster, NY

19-135    Title 59 Approval – Bus Transportation                 Services – Day Camp – Approves the plans and                specifications for Furnishing and Delivering                of School Bus Transportation Services for the          Ridgewood Department of Parks and Recreation,          June 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020 prepared by          the Department of Parks and Recreation,                     pursuant to Title 59

19-136    Award Contract – Bus Transportation Services                – Day Camp (NTE $23,500) – Awards a contract                to the lowest responsible bidder, Trans-Ed,            Inc., 2 Industrial Parkway, Paterson, NJ

19-137    Title 59 Approval – Horticultural Supplies –                Approves the plans and specifications for              Horticultural Supplies for the Years 2019 and          2020 prepared by the Parks and Recreation              Department, pursuant to Title 59

19-138    Award Contract – Horticultural Supplies (NTE                $8,000) – Awards a contract to the sole                     bidder, SiteOne Landscape Supply, 100                  Weyerhauser Road, Mahwah, NJ

19-139    Title 59 Approval – Train Station Parking Lot          and Engine 31 Driveway – Approves the plans            and specifications for Train Station Parking                Expansion and Engine 31 Driveway in the                     Village of Ridgewood, prepared by the                  Engineering Division, pursuant to Title 59

19-140    Award Contract – Fire Engine 31 Driveway               Resurfacing (NTE $72,912.50) – Awards a                     contract to the lowest responsible bidder,             OnQue Technologies, Inc., 297-146                      Kinderkamack Road, Suite 101, Oradell, NJ   

 

19-141    Authorize Change Order – Sewer Line Grouting                – Demarest Pump Station (NTE $4,000) –                 Authorizes a change order to the original              contractor, North American Pipeline Services,          LLC, 210 Bennett Road, Freehold, NJ. This              change order was needed in order to grout the          pipe at the Demarest Street sanitary sewer to          seal out the groundwater, prior to the pipe            being lined.

19-142    Authorize Change Order – Demarest Pump                 Station and Graydon Park Storm Sewers (NTE             $79,926.80) – Authorizes a change order to             the original contractor, North American                     Pipeline Services, LLC, 210 Bennett Road,              Freehold, NJ. This change order was needed to          add additional work to the contract for                     lining the Graydon Park storm sewers, above            and beyond what was presented in the bid               proposal, in accordance with the NJDEP Well            Head Protection requirements.

19-143    Authorize Execution of Declaration of                  Interest Form – Shared Services Agreement              with Bergen County – Technical Assistance for          Floodplain Acquisition Plans and Floodplain            Restoration Planning Services – Authorizes             the Village Manager to sign a Declaration of                Interest Form which will then allow a Shared                Services Agreement to be drawn up between the          Village of Ridgewood and Bergen County for             Bergen County to provide technical assistance          for floodplain acquisition plans and                   floodplain restoration planning services

19-144    Authorize Approval of Bergen County Open               Space Trust Fund Grant Contract – Kings Pond                Improvement Project Phase II – Authorizes the          Village of Ridgewood to enter into a contract          with Bergen County to use a $58,580 matching                grant award for Kings Pond Park Phase II,              with a deadline of March 6, 2021 for                   completion of the project. Also authorizes             the Village Manager and the Village Chief              Financial Officer to be signatories to the             contract. This funding may be used for                 Professional Services for this park project,                only if there is an unexpended balance

19-145    Oppose Vegetative Management Response Act              Bills – Opposes S-2505 and A-2558 in the NJ            Legislature which would allow any public               utility to totally usurp the role of local             government in the management of public trees                in public parks and within the public right            of way and would allow the removal of trees               on private property without the owner’s                   consent whenever it is determined that the                trees may touch, fall into, affect, or                 otherwise interfere with electrical                    distribution lines

19-146    Confirm Endorsement of Community Development                Project and Use of HOME Funds – Supportive             Housing through BCUW Madeline Housing                  Partners, LLC at The Enclave - Confirms                     endorsement of a HOME Investment Partnerships          application of $500,000 by BCUW Madeline               Housing Partners, LLC for Ridgewood                    Supportive Housing Partners, LLC, for                  supportive housing at The Enclave. This                     resolution does not obligate the financial             resources of the Village but will expedite             the expenditure of the HOME application                     funds.

19-147    Authorize Mailing of Estimated 2019 Third              Quarter Tax Bills - Authorizes the mailing of          estimated tax bills for the 2019 third                 quarter

19-148    Authorize Site Access to Geographic Services,          Inc. to North Walnut Street Parking Lot for            Sampling Purposes - Authorizes The ELM Group,          Inc., 345 Wall Street, Research Park,                  Princeton, NJ to have site access to the               North Walnut Street parking lot to sample the          existing groundwater monitoring wells as part          of the investigation of the subsurface                    contamination at 120 Franklin Avenue (The              Town Garage property). This authorization is                granted for a period of time not to exceed             three years. The ELM Group, Inc. will comply                with all Village regulations in performing             their work and will also share the                          information they obtain with the Village of            Ridgewood.

19-149    Appoint Municipal Recycling Coordinator -              Appoints Edward Bethune as the Interim                 Municipal Recycling Coordinator, effective             immediately

19-150    Appoint Member to Parks, Recreation and                     Conservation Board – Appoints Jean Epiphan to          fill the unexpired term of Michael Winograd,                which term expires on 12/31/20

19-151    Appoint Members to Stigma Free Task Force –            Appoints Dawn Cetrulo, RoseMary Klie, Zachary          Ehrlich, Mary Davey, Jan Bottcher, Chris               Warren-Dickins, Betty Friedel, Chief                   Jacqueline Luthcke or designee, and Chief              James Van Goor or designee.  Terms will                     expire December 31st, in odd or even years.

 

  1. Comments from the Public (Not to Exceed 5 minutes      per person)
  1. Resolution to go into Closed Session
  1. Closed Session

     Legal – Central Dispatch Services

  1. Adjournment

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