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TENTATIVE AGENDA
HUNTERDON COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS
Hunterdon County Administration Building
71 Main Street, Flemington, New Jersey 08822
June 07 , 2011
(
Public Notice - Meeting Time Change )

I. 12:30 p.m.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 Main Street County Complex, Building #1, Flemington, New Jersey, a public place reserved for such announcements. A copy was mailed on or before June 1, 2011, to the Hunterdon County Democrat, Star Ledger, Trenton Times, Courier News and the Express Times, newspapers designated to receive such notices and by filing a copy with the Hunterdon County Clerk.”

II. SPECIAL EXECUTIVE SESSION - Continuation of Budget/Contractual Discussions

III. 2:00 p.m. Hunterdon County Utilities Authority– Special Executive Session

IV. 2:30 p.m. HCUA – Open Session

V. 3:00 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION

  1. To discuss legal matters.
  2. To discuss land issues.
  3. To discuss personnel issues.

VI. 5:30 p.m. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

VII . PUBLIC COMMENT, Limited to 2 minutes per person.
(Comments exceeding 2 minutes will be entertained later in the agenda).

VIII. POLYTECH

  1. Presentation on the Dental Assistant Program.

IX. FINANCE

  1. INTRODUCTION - Capital Ordinance No. 1-11, authorizing the acquisition of Heavy Public Works Machinery, Equipment and Trucks for Roads and Bridges and Vehicle Services, in the amount of $550,000.
  2. INTRODUCTION - Bond Ordinance No. 2-11, authorizing the improvement of various bridges and culverts, in the amount of $5,095,000.
  3. INTRODUCTION - Bond Ordinance No. 3-11, authorizing the improvement of various public highways, roads and streets, in the amount of $6,719,000.
  4. INTRODUCTION - Capital Ordinance No. 4-11, authorizing the acquisition of Deeds Easements for Development Rights on Agricultural Land, in the amount of $1,500,000.
  5. INTRODUCTION - Capital Ordinance No. 5-11, authorizing the acquisition of computer equipment, in the amount of $65,000.
  6. INTRODUCTION - Capital Ordinance No. 6-11, authorizing the cooperative acquisition of real property for Open Space, Park and Recreation purposes, in the amount of $750,000.
  7. INTRODUCTION - Capital Ordinance No. 7-11, authorizing the acquisition of real property for Open Space, Park and Recreation Purposes, in the amount of $2,000,000.

X. PURCHASING, John Davenport

  1. RESOLUTION - Authorizing the award of County Bid #2011-06, for the Reconstruction of County Route 619, to Reivax Construction Corporation, in an amount not to exceed $654,942.00.
  2. RESOLUTION - Approving Requisition #CountyClerk.1325, with Progress Printing Company, for Primary Election Ballots, for the County Clerk’s Office, in the amount of $55,084. (department operating budget).
  3. RESOLUTION - Approving Requisition #40027021, using County Quote #0037-2011, with Garden State Highway Products, for glass safety marking spheres, for Roads, Bridges and Engineering, in the amount of $19,360. (department operating budget).

XI. FARMLAND PRESERVATION/PLANNING, Sue Dziamara, Director

  1. RESOLUTION - Approving a grant agreement for a development easement from Helen A. Rynearson (South), Block 3, Lot 3, in East Amwell Township, consisting of 36.476 acres, (SADC-$225,421.68, County-$75,140.56, Township-$82,435.76), total amount of $382,998.00.

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

  1. Update of various County road and bridge projects.

XIV. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR, Cynthia J. Yard

    1. To discuss a draft policy for the establishment and use of Petty Cash Accounts.
    2. To discuss the HVAC system at the Route 31 County Complex.
    3. To discuss a position in Engineering.
    4. Social Worker – Division on Aging, Human Services Department.
    5. Clerk Typist – Division on Aging, Human Services Department.
    6. Request from New Jersey Resource, Conservation and Development (RCD) for space.

XV. FOR DISCUSSION

  1.  Disbanding the Hunterdon County Utilities Authority.

XVI. CO NSENT 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. Motion to approve claims in accordance with the Claims Register dated June 07, 2011.
  2. Motion to approve the regular session minutes of April 19, 2011, May 03, 2011 and May 19, 2011.
  3. RESOLUTION - Jennifer Winberry appointed provisional, full time Supervising Librarian, Library.
  4. RESOLUTION - Adam Prokofiew appointed temporary, when and as needed Laborer, Roads and Bridges.
  5. RESOLUTION - Sandra Search appointed temporary, when and as needed Clerk Typist, Board of Taxation.
  6. RESOLUTION - Alycia Wolf appointed provisional, full time Family Service Worker, Division of Social Services, Human Services Department.
  7. RESOLUTION - Edward Hahola appointed provisional, full time Senior Public Safety Telecommunicator, Emergency Services Division, Public Safety Department.
  8. RESOLUTION - Kira Dymond-Drake appointed temporary, when and as needed Recreation Leaders, Parks and Recreation.
  9. RESOLUTION - Erin Kubo appointed temporary, when and as needed Student Assistant, Library.
  10. RESOLUTION - Lauren Jones appointed temporary, when and as needed Student Assistant, Library.
  11. RESOLUTION - Gail Jacobsen appointed temporary, when and as needed Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation.
  12. RESOLUTION - Patrick LaFevre appointed temporary, when and as needed Laborer, Roads and Bridges.
  13. RESOLUTION - Rachel Kachuriner appointed temporary, when and as needed Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation.
  14. RESOLUTION - Brielle Ryan appointed temporary, when and as needed Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation.
  15. RESOLUTION - Rosabeth Link appointed temporary, when and as needed Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation.
  16. RESOLUTION - Longevity for employees covered under the bargaining agreement with FOP Lodge #29, in the Division of Corrections.
  17. RESOLUTION - Longevity for employees covered under the bargaining agreement with FOP Lodge #133, in the Division of Corrections.
  18. RESOLUTION - Andrew Weldon appointed temporary, when and as needed Laborer, Roads and Bridges.
  19. RESOLUTION - Alexander Miller appointed temporary, when and as needed Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation.
  20. RESOLUTION - Anna Hollembeak appointed temporary, when and as needed Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation.
  21. RESOLUTION - Lindsay McNamara appointed temporary, when and as needed Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation.
  22. RESOLUTION - Stephanie Wheeler appointed permanent, full time Keyboarding Clerk 2, Prosecutor’s Office.
  23. RESOLUTION - Stephanie Maretta appointed permanent, full time Keyboarding Clerk 2, Prosecutor’s Office.
  24. RESOLUTION - Brenda Apgar appointed permanent, full time Keyboarding Clerk 2, Prosecutor’s Office.
  25. RESOLUTION - Daniel Zmuda appointed provisional, full time Mechanic, Roads and Bridges.
  26. RESOLUTION - Donya Martinez appointed permanent, full time County Correction Officer, Division of Corrections, Public Safety Department.
  27. RESOLUTION - Michael Morris appointed provisional, full time County Correction Officer, Division of Corrections, Public Safety Department.
  28. RESOLUTION - Matthew Dabrowski appointed permanent, full time County Correction Officer, Division of Corrections, Public Safety Department.
  29. RESOLUTION - Donald Schreck appointed permanent, full time County Correction Officer, Division of Corrections, Public Safety Department.
  30. RESOLUTION - Approving a Municipal Alliance Subgrant Agreement with the Voorhees Cluster, represented by Tewksbury Township, for implementing substance abuse prevention services, in the amount of $20,300.
  31. RESOLUTION - Authorizing No Passing Zones along Stockton-Flemington Road, County Road #10 (523), in Stockton Borough and the Townships of Delaware and Raritan.
  32. RESOLUTION - Supporting the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s efforts to implement a solution to the safety problem that exists at the intersection of Route 202, Route 31 and Route 12, (the Flemington Circle) and encourages NJDOT to begin final design as soon as possible.
  33. RESOLUTION - Authorizing the transfer of the Municipal General Assistance program in Holland Township to the County of Hunterdon, Department of Human Services, Division of Social Services, effective July 01, 2011.
  34. RESOLUTION - Authorizing the reappointment of Miguel Mendez to the Human Services Advisory Council.
  35. RESOLUTON - Urging the New Jersey Legislature to distribute the state aid for education to the school districts in a fair manner that is for the equal benefit of all the people in New Jersey.
  36. RESOLUTION - Approving specifications for the Hunterdon County Justice Center Chiller Replacement and authorizing the County Purchasing Agent to advertise for bids.
  37. RESOLUTION - Approving IACROT dues from Trust Fund.
  38. RESOLUTION - Approving a County Disaster Mitigation Plan.

XVII. PROCLAMATIONS/RECOGNITION

  1. PROCLAMATION - Recognizing Charles W. Almer for attaining the designation of Eagle Scout.
  2. PROCLAMATION - Recognizing Trevor H. Ciccarino for attaining the designation of Eagle Scout.
  3. PROCLAMATION - Recognizing Jeremy F. Neumann for attaining the designation of Eagle Scout.

XVIII. GRANTS  

  1. RESOLUTION - Approving an application with New Jersey Transit to obtain funding under the Senior Citizen and Disabled Resident Transportation Assistance, in the amount of $431,328, for January 01, 2012 through December 31, 2012.
  2. RESOLUTION - Approving Subgrant award for the FEMA Emergency Management Performance Grant form the State Department of Law and Public Safety, in the amount of $100,202.26 (Federal funds $50,000; County Match $50,000; overmatch $202.26).

XIX. CORRESPONDENCE  

  1. Garden State Underwater Recovery Unit, requesting permission to hold a coin toss on Saturday, June 11, 2011, from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., at the Intersection of County Route 519 and Bridge Street, in Milford, New Jersey.

XX. FREEHOLDERS COMMENTS/REPORTS

XXI. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

XXII. EXECUTIVE SESSION (Reconvene if necessary)

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