Hunterdon FREEHOLDERS MEET TODAY – details

II. EXECUTIVE SESSION

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

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

IV. MOMENT OF SILENCE

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

VI. FINANCE, Janet Previte, CFO

  1. INTRODUCTION – Bond Ordinance No. 2017-01, providing for various 2017 Capital Improvements; appropriating $18,753,500, and authorizing the issuance of bonds or notes in the amount of $17,860,472. Public hearing is scheduled on June 20, 2016 at 5:30 p.m
  2. INTRODUCTION – Capital Ordinance No. 2017-02, providing for Open Space Preservation and Projects, in the amount of $6,161,123. Public hearing is scheduled on June 20, 2016 at 5:30 p.m.

VII. POLYTECH Update

  1. Family, Career and Community Leadership Competition students; along with Natalie Guarino, Teacher.

VIII. PURCHASING, Raymond E. Rule, Jr.

  1. RESOLUTION – Authorizing the award of County Bid #2017-07, for Resurfacing and Drainage Improvements for County Route 523, in the Townships of Raritan and Delaware, with Glen G. Hale, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $2,468,647.29.
  2. RESOLUTION – Approving Requisition #R7-02888, using State Contract #A-89851, with Software House International, for InfoShare Software, for the Prosecutor’s Office, in the amount of $397,000. (grant funded).

IX. SHADE TREE COMMISSION

  1. Information and a status of the Emerald Ash Borer in Hunterdon County by Neil Hendrickson.
  2. Request to expand the Shade Tree Commission to include two (2) alternate members.

X. FARMLAND/OPEN SPACE, Sue Dziamara, Director

  1. RESOLUTION – Approving a Municipal Open Space Grant for High Bridge Borough, for debt service, at the recommendation of the Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee, for the Lake Solitude property acquisition, in the amount of $10,843.48.
  2. RESOLUTION – Approving a Municipal Open Space Grant for Readington Township, at the recommendation of the Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee, for  the Schley Farm easement, Block 14, Lot 1.01, estimated 21 acres, in the amount of $70,513.80.
  3. RESOLUTION – Approving a Non-Profit Open Space Grant, with the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, at the recommendation of the Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee, for the Teetertown to Point Mountain Link, (Pelio property), estimated 245 acres, in Lebanon Township, in the amount of $250,000.
  4. RESOLUTION – Approving a Cooperative Assistance Open Space Grant, with Lebanon Township, at the recommendation of the Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee, for the Teetertown to Point Mountain Link, (Pelio property), estimated 245 acres, in Lebanon Township, in the amount of $750,000.
  5. RESOLUTION – Approving a Deed of Easement and Grant Agreement with Maria Foster, Block 28, Lot 24, in Franklin Township, for 48.9130 acres, (SADC- $224,999.80; County-$68,478.20; Township- $68,478.20), total of $361,956.20.
  6. RESOLUTION – Approving a Deed of Easement and Grant Agreement with Charles Brown, Block 9, Lot 20.01 and Block 14, Lots 2 and 38, in Holland Township, for 123.379 acres, (SADC-$444,164.40; County- $111,041.10; Township-$111,041.10), total of $666,246.60.

XI. ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT, Kevin P. Davis

XII. PROJECT UPDATE, Frank J. Bell, AIA

  1. Update on various County projects and facilities.

XIII. 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. Motion to approve the claims in accordance with the Claims Register dated June 06, 2017.
  2. Motion to approve the regular and executive session minutes of May 16, 2017.
  3. RESOLUTION – Kevin P. Davis, County Administrator appointed Hunterdon County Appointing Authority.
  4. RESOLUTION – Ruth Marie Cass appointed unclassified, full time Administrative Assistant, Office of the County Administrator.
  5. RESOLUTION – Samantha M. Varano appointed unclassified, full time Paralegal, Office of County Counsel.
  6. RESOLUTION – Aiden Beardsley appointed temporary, seasonal Summer Nature Program Assistant, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/Economic Development/Land Use.
  7. RESOLUTION – Alexander Dowd appointed temporary, seasonal Summer Nature Program Assistant, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/
    Economic Development/Land Use.
  8. RESOLUTION – Abigail Reid-Green appointed temporary, seasonal Summer Nature Program Assistant, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/Economic Development/Land Use.
  9. RESOLUTION – Emily Affeld appointed temporary, seasonal Summer Nature Program Assistant, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/ Economic Development/Land Use.
  10. RESOLUTION – Christopher Kratzer appointed temporary, seasonal Summer Nature Intern, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/ Economic Development/Land Use.
  11. RESOLUTION – Scott Brandle appointed temporary, seasonal Summer Nature Intern, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/ Economic
    Development/Land Use.
  12. RESOLUTION – Brielle Morgan appointed temporary, seasonal Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/Economic Development/ Land Use.
  13. RESOLUTION – Madeline Yannuzzi appointed temporary, seasonal Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/Economic Development/ Land Use.
  14. RESOLUTION – Matt Majorossy appointed temporary, seasonal Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/Economic Development/ Land Use.
  15. RESOLUTION – Sierra Brooks appointed temporary, seasonal Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/Economic Development/ Land Use.
  16. RESOLUTION – Brigit Baumgarter appointed temporary, seasonal Recreation Leader, Parks and Recreation Division, Department of Planning/Economic  Development/ Land Use.
  17. RESOLUTION – John Petersen appointed temporary, seasonal Mosquito Extermination, Division of Vector Control, Department of Public Safety and Health Services.
  18. RESOLUTION – Joseph Chiu appointed provisional, full time Road Repairer 1, Roads and Bridges Division, Public Works Department.
  19. RESOLUTION – Albert Strunk Jr. appointed permanent, full time Mechanic, Division of Vehicle Services.
  20. RESOLUTION – Suzanne K. Schaefer appointed full time Public Safety Telecommunicator Trainee, Division of Emergency Services, Department of Public Safety and Health Services.
  21. RESOLUTION – Scott Brandle appointed Seasonal, as needed, Summer Nature Intern in the Division of Parks and Recreation, Department of Planning, Economi
    Development and Land Use.
  22. RESOLUTION – Harlee Peterson appointed Seasonal, as needed, Recreation Leader in the Division of Parks and Recreation, Department of Planning, Economic Development and Land Use.
  23. RESOLUTION – Rachel Kuchinski appointed Seasonal, as needed, Recreation Leader in the Division of Parks and Recreation, Department of Planning, Economic  Development and Land Use.
  24. RESOLUTION – Gissel Aquino-Perez appointed full time Public Safety Telecommunicator Trainee, Division of Emergency Services, Department of Public Safety and Health Services.
  25. RESOLUTION – Daniel D’Antico appointed full time Public Safety Telecommunicator Trainee, Division of Emergency Services, Department of Public Safety and Health Services.
  26. RESOLUTION – Jared Feld appointed full time Public Safety Telecommunicator Trainee, Division of Emergency Services, Department of Public Safety and Health Services.
  27. RESOLUTION – Brendan Mathew Mount appointed full time Public Safety Telecommunicator Trainee, Division of Emergency Services, Department of Public Safety and Health Services.
  28. RESOLUTION – Samuel Baldridge appointed full time Public Safety Telecommunicator Trainee, of the Division of Emergency Services, Department of Public Safety and Health Services.
  29. RESOLUTION – Approving 2017 salaries for unclassified, unaffiliated and non-contractual employees. 30. RESOLUTION – Approving Art Show waivers for the 43rd Annual Hunterdon County Art Show.
  30. RESOLUTION – Approving an Emergency Operations Plan for the Division of Emergency Services, Department of Public Safety and Health Services.
  31. RESOLUTION – Approving the appointment of Robert Becker to the Shade Tree Commission.
  32. RESOLUTION – Approving appointments to the Public Alliance Insurance Coverage Fund.
  33. RESOLUTION – Approving specifications for Resurfacing and Surface Treatment of various County Roads; and authorizing the Purchasing Agent to advertise for bids.
  34. RESOLUTION – Approving the acquisition of a Maintenance Easement for County Structure R-21, from John Schley, on Block 14, Lot 1.01, in Readington Township, in the amount of $537.90.
  35. RESOLUTION – Approving Modification #1, to State Contract #TS17010, for the Transportation Block Grant, extending the term for an additional six month, for an increase of $16,884.
  36. RESOLUTION – Approving Modification #1, to State Contract #SH17010, for the Social Services Homeless program, extending the term for an additional six month, for an increase of $64,884.
  37. RESOLUTION – Approving a Professional Services Agreement for Medical Examiner Services, with Steven M. Diamond D.O., in the amount of $144,317.26.
  38. RESOLUTION – Approving a Professional Services Agreement modification #1, for Engineering Design Services for Inter-County Bridge L-25-W, a joint project with Warren County, with Malick & Scherer, P.C., in the amount of $14,600. (Hunterdon Share-$7,300; Warren Share-$7,300).
  39. RESOLUTION – Approving a release and indemnification agreement with Sky-Hy, Inc.
  40. RESOLUTION – Authorizing the County Administrator to implement a County e-newsletter program.

XIV. GRANTS

  1. RESOLUTION – Approving the re-granting of the County History Partnership program re-grant applications, in the amount of $32,490.

XV. PROCLAMATIONS/RECOGNITION

  1. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing the Hunterdon County Chabad Cteens for their programs.
  2. PROCLAMATION – Declaring June 16 and 17, 2017 as Relay for Life Days in Hunterdon County.
  3. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing Rosa Yoo for having served on the Hunterdon County Shade Tree Commission.
  4. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing Hunterdon County as a “Purple Heart Community”.

    Added Item:

  5. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing Elaine Malanga her expertise in the Senior Health and Fitness program for seniors.

XVI. CORRESPONDENCE

  1. SAFE in Hunterdon, request to use the historic Court House and Jail for a Halloween Haunt fundraising event, all weekends in September and October. Also requesting permission to charge admission.
  2. The Whitehouse Wind Symphony with the Hunterdon Harmonizers, requesting to use the Court Street park for a Flag Day Concert on Saturday, June 10th from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., and use of the Courthouse for the same time period in the event of rain.

XVII. FREEHOLDERS COMMENTS/REPORTS

XVIII. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

XIX. EXECUTIVE SESSION (Reconvene if necessary)