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CAUCUS MEETING

JULY 15, 2008

9:30 A.M.

Members Present: Present were Mayor William Henfey, President of Council Patrick Rosenello, Councilpersons Robert McCullion, Edwin Koehler, Joseph Duncan, Kellyann Tolomeo, Richard Ogen and Robert Maschio. Also present were City Administrator Raymond Townsend and Solicitor William Kaufmann.
COUNCIL PRESIDENT ROSENELLO stated the new hire for the Fire Department will be moved to between the minutes and communications today. Also one added appointment to the Beach Patrol. Discussion was held regarding the third resolution with McCullion stating people are complaining about taxes and it has become a crisis. Mayor Henfey feels public safety is very important and well worth the investment. Duncan noted Wildwood and West Wildwood are in the same position with their Fire Departments. Duncan is happy the focus will be on paid career firemen and feels this is more likely to come to an agreement to benefit all. Koehler and Duncan both stated their intention is to have no more hires until this survey is complete. Rosenello noted we have strong commitments from Wildwood and West Wildwood. Maschio stated the economy has changed a lot in ten years since the last study on the Fire Departments were completed.
COUNCILPERSON TOLOMEO asked why and who determines “TBD” salary noted on a new hire form presented for approval this morning.. Tolomeo was informed it would be the Finance Committee. Tolomeo also stated she did not know our payroll clerk was leaving the City so soon. Administrator Townsend stated it is not known exactly when that clerk will be leaving for retirement. This transfer from the Police Department Clerk moving into the Finance Department as a clerk will happen on August 4th.
COUNCILPERSON KOEHLER asked if the City recruits lifeguards at our two local high schools. Rosenello noted the Beach Patrol has lost four of their staff in the last two weeks. Duncan stated he knows Tony Cavalier does recruitment at local swim meets for new staff.
ADMINISTRATOR TOWNSEND stated he contacted our County Fair Free personnel to see if Resolution #2 is supported by them with them stating yes and they would appreciate our support.
MAYOR HENFEY passed out to Council members drawings for Surf Avenue noting there will be white stripping on the crosswalks from 18th to 26th Avenue. New curbs and gutters are included along with an eight foot pedestrian walkway. The new design will add 144 parking places in the center area and moving the bike path to the curbs.
On a motion by Koehler, seconded by McCullion, that Council adjourn the caucus and proceed to their regular meeting. Carried. 10:00 AM

REGULAR MEETING

JULY 15, 2008

10:00 A.M.
A regular meeting of the North Wildwood City Council was held on the morning of the above date in the City Hall. The President of Council stated that “The meeting is now open. Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided by posting a copy of the notice of the time and place of this meeting on the City Clerk’s bulletin board and by mailing a copy of the same to The Herald, The Press and Wildwood Leader on January 3, 2008.”
ROLL CALL: Present were Mayor William Henfey, President of Council Patrick Rosenello, Councilpersons Robert McCullion, Edwin Koehler, Joseph Duncan, Robert Maschio, Richard Ogen and Kellyann Tolomeo. Also present were City Administrator Raymond Townsend, Solicitor William Kaufmann and Engineer Ralph Petrella.
REGULAR MEETING

JULY 15, 2008
COUNCIL PRESIDENT ROSENELLO stated we will deviate from the agenda at this time for an appointment to the Fire Department. Mayor Henfey stated Joshua Carter lives in the Anglesea section of North Wildwood, worked full time as a North Wildwood Firefighter since August 2003, holds certificates as a Firefighter, EMT and also a Fire Code Inspector. Mayor Henfey asked Council for their approval. On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, that Joshua Carter be appointed as a Firefighter effective July 16th, 2008. Roll was called by the City Clerk with all voting in favor. Carried. Joshua was introduced and had his badge pinned on him by his mother with pictures taken.
MINUTES: On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, that the minutes of the regular meeting of July 1, 2008 be approved as read. Carried.
COMMUNICATIONS:
SPECIAL EVENT

RE: O’Neil Surfing “The Life Tour”

August 8, 2008
On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, that the above special event application be approved contingent upon the insurance certificate submitted and approved. Rosenello stated all necessary paperwork must be in the City Clerk’s Office before the event. Carried.

MAYOR’S COMMUNICATIONS: None

REPORTS:

CITY CLERK’S REPORT FOR JUNE 2008:


Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer…………………………..$ 44 ,452.17

REGISTRAR OF VITAL STATISTICS REPORT FOR JUNE 2008:


Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer………………………….$ 914.00

Totals in NW for Month: Deaths -8- Marriages -8- Births -0-



FIRE DEPARMENT’S REPORT FOR JUNE 2008:


Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer………………………….$ 0.00

Total Incidents Handled by the Department for the Month……………… 245

Councilperson Koehler stated he has spoken to the Chief Financial Officer to have the Ambulance Billing noted on future reports.

FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU REPORT FOR JUNE 2008:


Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer………………………….$ 57,053.01

Total Inspections for Month……………………………………………. 244


POLICE DEPARTMENT’S REPORT FOR MAY 2008:


Total monies turned over to the City Clerk’s Office……………..… …….$ 589.50

Total Incidents Handled by the Department for the Month…………….. 3,212



POLICE DEPARTMENT’S REPORT FOR JUNE 2008:


Total monies turned over to the City Clerk’s Office……………… ...…….$ 590.40

Total Incidents Handled by the Department for the Month…………….. 3,230


On a motion by Koehler, seconded by McCullion, that the above reports be received and filed as presented. Carried.

APPOINTMENTS:
REGULAR MEETING

JULY 15, 2008
Police Dept:

Joshua Coleman Seasonal/Dispatcher 7/16/08

On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, the above appointment be confirmed.

Carried.
Frederick Wuestner, Jr. Clerk – Full Time 7/16/08

On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, the above permanent appointment be confirmed. Roll called by the City Clerk with all voting in the affirmative. Carried.

Finance Dept:

Barbara Boyle Clerk 8/4/08

(Transfer/Lateral from Clerk in Police Dept.)

On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Maschio, the above appointment be confirmed. Carried.


Public Works Dept:

Carl Delinski Sr. Mechanic Provisional Appt PAQ 7/16/08

(Transfer/Lateral from Heavy Equip. Operator)

On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Duncan, the above appointment be confirmed. Carried.


Kirt Allen Redburn Laborer – Permanent Appt. 7/21/08

(Fleet Maintenance)

On a motion by Tolomeo, seconded by Koehler, the above permanent appointment be confirmed. Roll was called with all voting in the affirmative. Carried.
Beach Patrol:

Edward N. Macko Seasonal/Lifeguard 7/16/08

On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, the above appointments be confirmed. Carried.

Board of Health:

Kim Bishop

Catherine Deni

James Nanos

On a motion by Koehler, seconded by McCullion, the above appointments be confirmed. Roll called by the City Clerk with all voting in the affirmative. Carried.

RESOLUTIONS:
#181-08

RE: Approving Requests For Reimbursement For Monies Paid To The North Wildwood Beach Patrol Pension Plan

The above resolution was offered by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted.
#182-08

RE: Supporting A Revised Funding Percentage For The Senior Citizen And Disabled Resident Transportation Assistance Program (SCADRTAP) Assembly Bill 2046 & Senate Bill 1830


The above resolution was offered by McCullion, seconded by Ogen, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted.

REGULAR MEETING

JULY 15, 2008
#183-08

RE: Authorizing The Preparation Of A Request For Proposals And Qualifications (RFP/Q) Seeking Qualified Individuals/Companies To Perform An Assessment Of Consolidating Career Emergency Services Between Wildwood, West Wildwood And North Wildwood


The above resolution was offered by Maschio, seconded by Tolomeo, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted.

ORDINANCES:
ORDINANCE NO. 1538 - On a motion by McCullion, seconded by Duncan, that Ordinance No. 1538 be placed on its second reading. Carried.
The Clerk read Ordinance No. 1538 by its title, as required by Law, known as “An

Ordinance Establishing The Source Separation And Recycling Program For City Of North Wildwood For Designated Recyclables.” This Ordinance has been published according to Law, posted on the City Clerk’s bulletin board with copies available in the City Clerk’s Office on request.
The President of Council stated this was the time and place to hold a public hearing on Ordinance No. 1538 and asked if anyone present had any objections to the passage of this Ordinance. Hearing none, he then asked the Clerk if she had received any objections in writing, the Clerk stated none, the President of Council declared the hearing closed.
On a motion by McCullion, seconded by Duncan, that Ordinance No. 1538 be passed on its second reading and published according to Law, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared Ordinance No. 1538 duly adopted.
ORDINANCE NO. 1540 - On a motion by Ogen, seconded by Duncan, that Ordinance No. 1540 be placed on its first reading. Carried.
The Clerk read Ordinance No. 1540 by its title, known as “A Bond Ordinance Providing A Supplemental Appropriation Of $1,500,000 For Seawall, Beach Replenishment, Bulkhead Repairs, And Related Improvements In And By The City Of North Wildwood, In The County Of Cape May, New Jersey And Authorizing The Issuance Of $1,425,000 Bonds Or Notes Of The City For Financing Part Of The Appropriation.” A Supplemental Debt Statement has been filed by the Chief Financial Officer as required.
On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Ogen, that Ordinance No. 1540 be passed on its first reading and published according to Law, the Clerk called the roll, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared Ordinance No. 1540 passed on its first reading.
ORDINANCE NO. 1541 - On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, that Ordinance No. 1541 be placed on its first reading. Carried.
The Clerk read Ordinance No. 1541 by its title, known as “A Bond Ordinance Providing For The Acquisition Of Certain Property In And By The City Of North Wildwood, In The County Of Cape May, New Jersey, Appropriating $350,000 Therefor And Authorizing The Issuance Of $332,500 Bonds Or Notes Of The City To Finance Part Of The Cost Thereof.” A Supplemental Debt Statement has been filed by the Chief Financial Officer as required.
On a motion by McCullion, seconded by Duncan, that Ordinance No. 1541 be passed

REGULAR MEETING

JULY 15, 2008
on its first reading and published according to Law, the Clerk called the roll, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared Ordinance No. 1541 passed on its first reading.
ORDINANCE NO. 1542 - On a motion by McCullion, seconded by Duncan, that Ordinance No. 1542 be placed on its first reading. Carried.
The Clerk read Ordinance No. 1542 by its title, known as “An Ordinance Requiring Submission Of Surveys To The Zoning Official At Various Intervals During Construction.”
On a motion by McCullion, seconded by Duncan, that Ordinance No. 1542 be passed on its first reading and published according to Law, the Clerk called the roll, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared Ordinance No. 1542 passed on its first reading.
FINANCE/VOUCHER LIST:
On a motion by Koehler, seconded by McCullion, authorizing payment of all approved vouchers. Carried. As per Resolution #09-08, all bills listed below be paid and warrants drawn by the proper officers for the stated amounts.


Check #

Check Date

Vendor

Amount Paid

21515

07/07/08

CITY OF NORTH WILDWOOD

$ 1,000.00

21516

07/09/08

DOVENMUEHEL MORTGAGE

4,851.08

21517

07/09/08

DENNIS HOEPPELL

595.34

21518

07/09/08

N.J.D.M.V.

270.00

21519

07/09/08

TREASURER, STATE OF NJ

154.00

21520

07/10/08

DELIA MARIE CANNON

500.00

21521

07/10/08

AMANDA SARAH CHERRY

150.00

21522

07/10/08

STEPHANIE LYNNE ECKMON

100.00

21523

07/10/08




VOID

21524

07/10/08

CITY OF NW - SALARY ACCT

428,709.12

21525

07/14/08

AT&T

22.09

21526

07/14/08

ACU-THERM SUPPLY CO, INC.

497.62

21527

07/14/08

ANCO HOME CENTER

218.04

21528

07/14/08

AT&T

108.03

21529

07/14/08

AVAYA FINANCIAL SERVICES

533.60

21530

07/14/08

ADVANCE LEARNING

99.00

21531

07/14/08

ARCHONIX SYSTEMS LLC

13,537.00

21532

07/14/08

ASPHALT PAVING SYSTEMS, INC

163,682.96

21533

07/14/08

AVAYA INC

2,002.99

21534

07/14/08

AIR LAND AND SEA

2,500.00

21535

07/14/08

BOB'S AUTO BODY

1,545.02

21536

07/14/08

BILLOWS ELECTRIC SUPPLY

322.68

21537

07/14/08

BOARDWALK SID MGMT CORP.

5,500.00

21538

07/14/08

CRYSTAL SPRINGS

436.65

21539

07/14/08

BENECARD SERVICES INC

37,933.12

21540

07/14/08

COURT HOUSE OFFICE SUPPLIES

341.36

21541

07/14/08

H B CHRISTMAN & SON

784.84

21542

07/14/08

C.M.C.M.U.A.

35,841.22

21543

07/14/08

CASA PAYROLL SERVICES

492.40

21544

07/14/08

CAFIERO AND BALLIETTE

2,815.17

21545

07/14/08

CAPE PROFESSIONAL BILLING, INC

1,048.62

21546

07/14/08

COLOR SOURCE

3,561.20

21547

07/14/08

COMCAST

220.75

21548

07/14/08

ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC

36,310.39

21549

07/14/08

COMCAST

95.28

21550

07/14/08

CREATIVE ENTERTAINMENT

3,700.00

21551

07/14/08

COLONIAL ELECTRIC SUPPLY

916.24

21552

07/14/08

CIT

114.31

21553

07/14/08

COASTAL BROADCASTING PLAZA

680.00

21554

07/14/08

DI NARDO COPY & PRINTING SERV

1,081.00

21555

07/14/08

EXECUTIVE BUSINESS PRODUCTS

125.63

21556

07/14/08

EDMUNDS & ASSOCIATES

25,749.00

21557

07/14/08

EAST COAST WHOLESALE

468.00

21558

07/14/08

FUTURE MINING & RECYCLING, INC

787.15

21559

07/14/08

GRACE ENERGY

47.02

21560

07/14/08

GALL'S INC.

465.90

21561

07/14/08

GENERAL CODE PUBLISHERS CORP

1,328.17

21562

07/14/08

GENTILINI FORD, INC.

285.07

21563

07/14/08

GROVE SUPPLY, INC.

243.89

21564

07/14/08

GIAMBRI'S CANDIES

195.00

21565

07/14/08

GREENBAUM ROWE SMITH DAVIS LLP

270.00

21566

07/14/08

GARY GLASS MD

2,500.00

21567

07/14/08

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD

27.15

21568

07/14/08

HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES

1,802.34

21569

07/14/08

HEREFORD INLET LIGHTHOUSE

199.09

21570

07/14/08

THE HARDWARE STORE

33.40

21571

07/14/08

WILLIAM HENFEY

121.04

21572

07/14/08

JAN COMMUNICATIONS INC

1,524.00

21573

07/14/08

JOYCEMEDIA

100.00

21574

07/14/08

JOHN'S RECYCLING & DEMOLITION

696.10

21575

07/14/08

JERSEY HARDWARE

44.96

21576

07/14/08

KINDLE FORD

35.22

21577

07/14/08

K-MART

1,693.46

21578

07/14/08

KELTEX IMPRINTED APPAREL INC

2,028.00

21579

07/14/08

LAWSON PRODUCTS

10.10

21580

07/14/08

LINDA L LACOMBE

63.00

21581

07/14/08

STEPHEN MURRAY

337.80

21582

07/14/08

MARLBORO FARM MARKET & GARDEN

600.53

21583

07/14/08

BETTY MUGNIER

89.98

21584

07/14/08

MAGLOCLEN

400.00

21585

07/14/08

MAIN STAGE HARMONY

1,800.00

21586

07/14/08

MARTURANO RECREATION CO.

2,590.96

21587

07/14/08

N.J.R.P.A.

200.00

21588

07/14/08

NAT'L TRUST FOR HISTORIC PRE-

80.00

21589

07/14/08

NORTH WILDWOOD BD OF EDUCATION

5,316.20

21590

07/14/08

NEBS, INC.

115.96

21591

07/14/08

NEW JERSEY STATE LEAGUE OF MUN

500.00

21592

07/14/08

NEXTEL

2,306.71

21593

07/14/08

NEW JERSEY AUDUBON SOCIETY

39.00

21594

07/14/08

ONE CALL SYSTEM

71.53

21595

07/14/08

OFFICE DEPOT

388.89

21596

07/14/08

OLD DOMINION BRUSH

937.88

21597

07/14/08

THE PRESS

154.96

21598

07/14/08

GRUCCIO,PEPPER,DESANTO & RUTH

5,128.50

21599

07/14/08

PIER "47" MARINA

683.69

21600

07/14/08

PEDRONI FUEL COMPANY

15,689.10

21601

07/14/08

POLE TAVERN EQUIPMENT

1,202.26

21602

07/14/08

P & D CONSTRUCTION CO.

268,128.08

21603

07/14/08

POLAR BEAR MECHANICAL SERVICES

4,415.20

21604

07/14/08

PARA PLUS INTERPRETER

189.98

21605

07/14/08

JOSEPH QUATTRONE

10,150.00

21606

07/14/08

THE QUAILE FAMILY

3,100.00

21607

07/14/08

REEL FIRE PROTECTION, INC.

614.00

21608

07/14/08

V.E. RALPH & SON, INC.

630.22

21609

07/14/08

REMINGTON,VERNICK & WALBERG

2,426.87

21610

07/14/08

RI TEC

1,550.15

21611

07/14/08

RARITAN VALLEY COMM COLLEGE

140.00

21612

07/14/08

SEASHORE SUPPLY OF WILDWOOD

61.40

21613

07/14/08

SOUTH JERSEY WELDING

138.78

21614

07/14/08

SCHWAAB, INC.

179.35

21615

07/14/08

SANDPIPER MONOGRAMMING, INC.

136.50

21616

07/14/08

SOUTH JERSEY AUTO SUPPLY

230.76

21617

07/14/08

SOUTH JERSEY GAS CO

643.06

21618

07/14/08

SERVICE TIRE TRUCK CENTER

1,236.85

21619

07/14/08

STAPLES

305.91

21620

07/14/08

S.O.C.'S

500.00

21621

07/14/08

SOUTH JERSEY BOBCAT

158.10

21622

07/14/08

THE SPIRIT COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER

112.00

21623

07/14/08

THE STUDIO OF RAYMOND SCHORLE

160.00

21624

07/14/08

KRISTIE SHERIFF

425.00

21625

07/14/08

GINA SNYDER

35.00

21626

07/14/08

TOWER OPTICAL COMPANY

344.25

21627

07/14/08

TRI COUNTY BUILDING SUPPLIES

691.12

21628

07/14/08

TRI-COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL

750.00

21629

07/14/08

TRI-CITY PRODUCTS

1,301.50

21630

07/14/08

UNITED SOUVENIR & APPAREL INC

496.23

21631

07/14/08

ANGELA TURCHI

250.00

21632

07/14/08

US LIGHTHOUSE SOCIETY

198.00

21633

07/14/08

VESPIA TIRE CENTER

1,869.60

21634

07/14/08

VINELAND AUTO ELECTRIC, INC.

65.00

21635

07/14/08

VERIZON

1,083.14

21636

07/14/08

VERIZON CABS

712.04

21637

07/14/08

WESTERN PEST CONTROL

238.00

21638

07/14/08

WASTE MANAGEMENT

2,824.99

21639

07/14/08

WINDY ACRES

9,245.60

21640

07/14/08

WHALEN'S AUTO REPAIR

284.33

21641

07/14/08

WB MASON CO INC

21.51

21642

07/14/08

SCOTT WAHL

583.33

21643

07/14/08

CASSASANDRA YOUNG

250.00


COUNCIL:
COUNCILMAN DUNCAN noted a couple of years ago the traveling Vietnam Memorial was set up on our 8th Street Field. Duncan stated the memorial will now be in Wildwood beginning Thursday. Duncan spoke about the Bescham-Callahan Lifeguard Races recently and noted they were very well run with North Wildwood coming in 2nd place. Good job goes out to Beach Patrol Chief Tony Cavalier.

COUNCILMAN MASCHIO congratulated all Department Heads for help with the Barbeque Festival noting we had good food, good weather and no incidents. Maschio stated he is proud of what North Wildwood has made of this festival.




COUNCILWOMAN TOLOMEO also thanked everyone for their help with the Barbeque Festival.




COUNCILMAN McCULLION also mentioned the Vietnam Wall in Wildwood, great Barbeque Festival and a car show on July 26th on the Boardwalk.




COUNCILMAN KOEHLER congratulated all who worked on the Barbeque Festival especially our Public Works staff as they did a great job cleaning up each morning.



COUNCILMAN OGEN stated this festival is always fun to watch. Ogen thanked our Police Department, Public Works, Fire Department, etc. and all other involved with this festival.

COUNCILMAN ROSENELLO stated the City had 11 or 12 contestants in the Miss North Wildwood contest held recently. Rosenello wished Delia Marie Cannon congratulations on being crowned Miss North Wildwood for 2008-2009.




MAYOR HENFEY announced upcoming events: Boat Parade starting at Sunset Bay with a string band playing at 5th Street. Also fireworks at 8:30 PM with awards given at the Lighthouse Point. The car show starting at 16th Avenue going to 26th Avenue on the Boardwalk. This show had approximately 70 cars last year and will be ending at 3:00 PM.



COUNCILMAN ROSENELLO also announced the Annual Baby Parade on Thursday, August 7th beginning at the Convention Center then north to 16th Avenue. Approximately 300 children with parents will be participating. Also Survivors of Cancer (SOC) will have their annual event at Lighthouse Point on August 9th with tickets at $30.00.
MAYOR HENFEY noted this tremendous group began in North Wildwood and is a home grown organization. Henfey announced a donation received at a recent concert from Bud’s Concrete in the amount of $1000.00. Henfey stated the Barbeque Festival organizers did a fabulous job, well attended, organized and just a super event. Mayor thanked all departments involved including Police, Fire/EMT’s, Public Works, etc. Henfey also congratulated our Lifeguards on their 2nd place win in the recent races. All are invited to the Vietnam Wall opening ceremony.


REGULAR MEETING

JULY 15, 2008

PUBLIC:
EVERETT McCORKELL, 410 E. 13th Avenue, spoke about the upcoming car show and also the recent riptides on Saturday especially noting a female lifeguard as outstanding. McCorkell asked about the project on Surf Avenue with parking to be in the middle instead of the curb sides. Engineer Petrella stated this should not be a problem with the parking sites.
JIM KOCH, 1301 Surf Avenue, spoke of the $1.5 million Bond Ordinance for the seawall and asked what happened to the other money for the seawall project. Koch noted a resolution only says a grant not a loan.
HARRY GALE, 307 E. 25th Avenue, applauded Council for reducing the payroll numbers. Gale asked about the State requiring beaches to stay open with City Administrator stating the State is reassessing that opinion. Gale asked about the purchase of gasoline for the City vehicles. Gale was told the City is part of a co-op with the County which includes a two year contract with no payment of road tax and other taxes. Public Works Supervisor Wozunk stated the current price if $3.63 for super and $4.06 for diesel fuel. Mayor Henfey spoke about an electric car that public works purchased that looks like a miniature pickup truck. This vehicle is being used daily. Gale also has noticed Waste Management staff leaving trash falling out of their truck and also out of cans and not cleaning it up.
ADJOURNMENT:
On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, that there being no further business before Council, we do now adjourn. Carried. 10:51 A.M.
APPROVED:

_________________________________

William J. Henfey - Mayor
ATTEST:

_____________________________________

Janet H. Harkins - City Clerk
This is a generalization of the meeting of July 15, 2008 and not a verbatim transcript.

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