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Agenda
HUNTERDON COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS

Freeholder's Meeting Room, Victorian Plaza
One East Main Street, Flemington, New Jersey 08822
Tuesday, June 13, 2000 - 3:00 pm

I. CONVENE:

"This meeting is being held in accordance with the provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act. Adequate notice has been given by posting throughout the year a copy of the notice on Bulletin Boards on the First and Second Floor of the County Administration Building, Victorian Plaza, One East Main Street, Flemington, New Jersey, a public place reserved for such announcements. A copy was mailed on or before January 05, 2000, to the Hunterdon County Democrat, Lambertville Beacon, the Express, Courier News, Trenton Times, Hunterdon Review and Star Ledger, newspapers designated to receive such notices and by filing a copy with the Hunterdon County Clerk."

EXECUTIVE SESSIONS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING OPEN SESSION UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. CONSENT AGENDA

All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Hunterdon and will be enacted by one motion in the form listed below. There will be no separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered separately.
  1. Approving the regular and executive session minutes of May 09, 2000.
  2. Approving the payment of all claims as signed and listed on the Claims Register dated June 13, 2000.
  3. RESOLUTION - Keith Weeder appointed permanent, full time Stock Clerk, Roads and Bridges.
  4. RESOLUTION - Christopher Bush appointed permanent, full time Mechanic, Roads and Bridges.
  5. RESOLUTION - Thomas Galis appointed permanent, full time Laborer, Roads and Bridges.
  6. RESOLUTION - Frederick Roll appointed permanent, full time Laborer, Roads and Bridges.
  7. RESOLUTION - Timothy Kooker appointed provisional, full time Network Administrator I, Library.
  8. RESOLUTION - Lindsay Smith appointed temporary, Summer Intern, Prosecutor’s Office.
  9. RESOLUTION - Christopher Royle appointed temporary, Summer Intern, Planning Board.
  10. RESOLUTION - Leigh Mazzagetti appointed temporary, Summer Clerical, Administrator’s Office.
  11. RESOLUTION - Thomas Sheppard appointed temporary, Summer Laborer, Rutgers’ Cooperative Extension.
  12. RESOLUTION - Kenneth Wedel appointed temporary, Summer Laborer, Rutgers’ Cooperative Extension.
  13. RESOLUTION - Jeremy Compton appointed temporary, Summer Laborer, Rutgers’ Cooperative Extension.
  14. RESOLUTION - Jessica Lennick appointed temporary, Student Assistant, Library.
  15. RESOLUTION - Madeline Vettori appointed temporary, Family Service Worker, Division of Social Services, Human Services Department.
  16. RESOLUTION - Shane Crown appointed temporary, Building Maintenance Worker, Buildings and Maintenance.
  17. RESOLUTION - John White, Registration Clerk, Board of Elections, salary adjustment.
  18. RESOLUTION - Approving a professional engineering consulting services agreement with Pennoni Associates, Inc., to review the NJDOT plans for the reconstruction of the Flemington Circle and related corridor improvements, in an amount not to exceed $2,500.
  19. RESOLUTION - Approving a contract modification with Correctional Health Services, Inc., retained to provide medical care for inmates at the Jail, to reflect a change in name to Correctional Health Services, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Prison Health Services, Inc.
  20. RESOLUTION - Approving a Notice of Auction for Trucks, Office Equipment, Construction Equipment, Vehicles and Miscellaneous Items.
  21. RESOLUTION - Approving the extension of a grant application for Victim’s of Crime, through December 31, 2000, additional federal funds in the amount of $22,276, County match to be $5,569.
  22. RESOLUTION - Approving a Letter of Agreement with the State Health and Senior Services Dept., for a State Health Assistance Program (SHIP) for seniors, in the amount of $5,000.
  23. RESOLUTION - Approving a Grant Agreement, Deed of Easement, with Emmons, from Delaware Township.
  24. RESOLUTION - Approving a provider service contract with Hunterdon Behavioral Health, to provide transitional services and mental health services, in the amount of $307,281.
  25. RESOLUTION - Approving a provider service contract with Hunterdon Youth Services, to provide residential placement for County youth, in the amount of $253,750.
  26. RESOLUTION - Approving a provider service contract with Hunterdon Helpline, Inc., to provide a telephone information and referral service, after hours LINK transportation, and a compassionate listening service for County residents, in the amount of $40,000.
  27. RESOLUTION - Approving a provider service contract with Women’s Crisis Services, to provide crisis counseling and support services, emergency shelter and substance abuse counseling, for victims of domestic violence and their children, in the amount of $74,531.
  28. RESOLUTION - Approving an Operating and Non-Operating Assistance Agreement for the Job Access and Reverse Commute Program, with NJ Transit, in the amount of $270,487.
  29. RESOLUTION - Approving Change Order #1, Final, for Bid #99-19, for the Reconstruction of County Bridge Q-40 and Approaches, on Everitts Road over the Neshanic River, in Raritan Township, with Rencor, Inc., decrease of $26.38.
  30. RESOLUTION - Approving final payment on Bid #99-07, for the Painting of County Bridges E-243, E-233, RQ-164 and FC-76, with U.S. Painting, Inc., in the amount of $479.01.
  31. RESOLUTION - Approving speed limits along County Route 650, (Voorhees Corner Road), Raritan Township.
  32. RESOLUTION - Approving the designation of “Through Streets” and “Stop” Intersections, effecting County Route 512, in Tewksbury Township and Califon Borough, and County Route 517 in Tewksbury Township.
  33. RESOLUTION - Approving the designation of “Through Streets” and “Stop” Intersections, effecting County Route 625, in Alexandria and Union Townships, and County Route 635 in Bethlehem and Union Townships and Hampton Borough.
  34. RESOLUTION - Approving the designation of “Through Streets” and “Stop” Intersections, effecting County Route 628, in Lebanon Township and Glen Gardner Borough.
  35. RESOLUTION - Approving application for pay #10, for Bid #99-06, for general construction of the Route 12 Office Complex, with Hajdu Construction, Inc., in the amount of $344,954.47.
  36. RESOLUTION - Approving application for pay #7, for Bid #99-06, for mechanical work, on the Route 12 Office Complex, with Washington Mechanical, Inc., in the amount of $205,989.14.
  37. RESOLUTION - Board of Chosen Freeholders concurs with Recreation Commissioners’ Resolution #00- 408, appointing Natalie Caicedo, as a temporary Summer Nature Program Leaders, for the Park System.
  38. RESOLUTION - Board of Chosen Freeholders concurs with Recreation Commissioners’ Resolution #00- 409, appointing Melanie Miller, as a temporary, Summer Nature Program Coordinator, for the Park System.
  39. RESOLUTION - Board of Chosen Freeholders concurs with Recreation Commissioners’ Resolution #00- 420, appointing Carl Cimino as a temoprary, Seasonal Maintenance Worker, for the Park System.
  40. RESOLUTION - Approving an Open Space, Farmland and Historic Preservation Trust Fund Plan.

IV. MEETING OPEN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

V. CORRESPONDENCE

  1. Health Department, Requesting permission to attend the NACCHO-ASTHO 2000 Annual Conference, from July 19-22, 2000, in Los Angeles, California, registration, hotel, airfare, meals and transportation, approximately $1,500.
  2. Emergency Services, Requesting permission to attend the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials Annual Conference and Exposition, from August 13-17, 2000, in Boston, Massachusetts, registration, hotel, meals, expenses and mileage, approximately $1,706.19.
  3. Rutgers’ Cooperative Services, Requesting travel funds to attend the American Society of Horticulture Science Conference, in Burlington, Vermont, June 23-28, 2000, registration, airfare, transportation and meals, not to exceed $715.
  4. Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair, Requesting operational funds be advanced in order to cover expenses to promote the fair.
  5. Emergency Services, Requesting permission to remove Truck #38, from the County Auction List, to be used to replace a vehicle to be disposed of as scrap.

VI. FOR DISCUSSION

  1. To discuss a voice mail system and office procedures for same.
  2. To discuss the status of the volunteer program at the Library.
  3. To discuss a Sunday Pilot program to have the Library Headquarters’ open.
  4. To discuss the status of the water permit for the golf course.
  5. To discuss the lettering or numbering of the County Offices at Route 12.
  6. To discuss recommendations from the CADB Option Review Committee ranking applications for the Farmland Preservation Program.

VII. 4:00 p.m. HEALTH DEPARTMENT

  1. Presentation of winners in the “Public Health Week” poster contest.
    1st Place: Katie Attinelo
    2nd Place: Jen Sanson
    3rd Place Stephanie Feigin
    4th Place: Alyse Goslulo.

VIII. 4:15 p.m. MT. AIRY 4-H DAIRY CLUB

  1. PROCLAMATION - Recognizing June, 2000 as “Dairy Month” in the County.

IX. ROADS, BRIDGES AND ENGINEERING, John P. Glynn, Director

  1. Update on all County Road and Bridge Projects.
  2. Requesting a public hearing date for the realignment of County Route 620 from Holland Brook/Kosciuszko Road to County Route 523, in Readington Township.
  3. To discuss the installation of flashing warning devices on State Route 29 @ Golden Nugget/Lambertville Antique Flea market, in West Amwell Township.

X. PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR, Frank J. Bell

  1. Update on all County Projects and Facilities.
  2. Requesting a professional services agreement with Tighe, Doty, Carpino, PA, for alternations to the Judge’s Chambers at the Justice Center.

XI. PURCHASING, Charles J. Soriero, Jr.

  1. RESOLUTION - Authorizing the award of Bid #2000-04, to furnish and deliver one (1) Ford F350 XLT Pickup Truck, or its approved equal, for Roads, Bridges and Engineering, to Meadowland Ford Truck Sales, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $24,458.
  2. RESOLUTION - Authorizing the award of Quote #0064-2000, for Farmland Preservation Program Surveys, to Goldenbaum Baill Associates, Inc., for five properties, in an amount not to exceed $32,210.
  3. RESOLUTION - Approving Requisition #PLAN.00467, with Bohren & Bohren, for professional land surveying, for property in East Amwell, in connection with development rights, for the Planning Board, in the amount of $4,450.
  4. RESOLUTION - Approving Requisition #38201, with the Roxey Ballet Company, for a performance at the Beaux Arts Festival, on June 24, 2000, at Deer Path Park, for the Park System, in the amount of $1,500.
  5. RESOLUTION - Approving Requisition #38202, with Eileen Ivers, for a concert performance at Deer Path Park, on June 22, 2000, for the Park System, in the amount of $5,000.
  6. RESOLUTION - Approving Requisition #38215, with the Riverside Symponia, for a concert performance at Deer Path Park, on June 24, 2000, for the Park System, in the amount of $2,600.
  7. RESOLUTION - Approving Requisition #39327, with the Hunterdon Symphony, for a concert performance at Deer Path Park, on June 24, 2000, for the Park System, in the amount of $1,500.
  8. RESOLUTION - Approving Requisition #39328, with Bala Music and Dance, for a performance at the Beaux Arts Festival, at Deer Path Park, on June 24, 2000, for the Park System, in the amount of $1,500.
  9. To discuss a Cooperative Pricing Agreement for electrical deregulation with Somerset and Warren Counties.
  10. To discuss the amount of the current bid limit.

XII. EXECUTIVE SESSIONS

  1. To discuss various personnel matters with the County Administrator and Human Resources Director.
  2. To discuss the Main Street Administration leases.
  3. To discuss payment to Ford, Farewell, Mills and Gatsch, held at the last meeting.
  4. To discuss property acquisition with Roads, Bridges and Engineering.