HUNTERDON FREEHOLDERS TO HONOR YOUNG HISTORIANS TOMORROW

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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. PROCLAMATIONS/RECOGNITION

  1. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing May 03 through 13, 2017 as Public Service Recognition Week in Hunterdon County.
  2. PROCLAMATION – Declaring May 2017 as Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease Awareness Month in Hunterdon County.
  3. PROCLAMATION – Declaring May 21 and 22, 2017 as “Relay for Life of Hunterdon County Days” and encouraging citizens to participate in the fight against cancer by joining in the American Cancer Society Relay for Life event at Hunterdon Central Regional High School.
  4. PROCLAMATION – Joining the State of New Jersey in recognizing Hunterdon’s Teachers chosen to receive the Governor’s Teacher Professional Recognition on May 18, 2017.
  5. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing Andrew R. Gallagher, Troop 1969 for attaining the designation of Eagle Scout.
  6. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing Derek Scott, Troop 1969 for attaining the designation of Eagle Scout.
  7. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing Christian Meyer, Troop 92, for attaining the designation of Eagle Scout.
  8. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing James Weber, Troop 92, for attaining the designation of Eagle Scout.
  9. PROCLAMATION – Recognizing Linda Bryant on being recognized by the Volunteer Guardianship One on One, Inc. for her outstanding community service.

VII. PURCHASING, Raymond E. Rule, Jr.

  1. RESOLUTION – Approving Requisition #R7-02414, using State Contract NJSA 40A:11-5(1)L, with Sky Printing, for the printing of ballots for the 2017 Primary Election, for the County Clerk’s Office, in the amount of $60,000.
  2. RESOLUTION – Authorizing the award of Bid #2017-05, to furnish and deliver Transit Concrete, to County Concrete Corporation, in an amount not to exceed $239,675.
  3. Authorizing the award of Bid #2017-06, to furnish and deliver First Responder Notification Services, to Emergency Services Marking Corporation, in an amount not to exceed $158,070 (5 year contract at $31,614 per year).
  4. Authorizing a professional services agreement, using County RFP #0089-2016, for financial services to assist in the preparation of indirect cost plans and indirect cost rates; including assistance in connection with completing the Welfare Agency Monetary Allowance in Lieu of Rent Forms and Title IV-D Request for Monetary Allowance in Lieu of Rent Forms, with MAXIMUM Consulting Services, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $17,250.

VIII. PROJECT UPDATE, Frank J. Bell, AIA

  1. Update of various County projects and facilities.

IX. PUBLIC WORKS, Tom Mathews

  1. To discuss a request to place signs in the County’s Right-of-Way.

X. 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 May 02, 2017.
  2. Motion to approve the regular and executive session minutes of April 18, 2017 and the special session minutes of April 25, 2017.
  3. RESOLUTION – Angela Karydes appointed full time, Sheriff’s Officer, Sheriff’s Office.
  4. RESOLUTION – Joseph Swantkoski appointed full time, Sheriff’s Officer, Sheriff’s Office.
  5. RESOLUTION – Richard Cowan III appointed full time, Sheriff’s Officer, Sheriff’s Office.
  6. RESOLUTION – James Schmidt appointed provisional, full time Registered Environmental Health Specialist 1, Health Services Division, Public Safety and Health Services Department.
  7. RESOLUTION – William Apsley appointed per-diem Level 1 Fire Instructor, Emergency Management Division, Public Safety and Health Services Department.
  8. RESOLUTION – Travis Hoffman appointed per-diem Level 1 Fire Instructor, Emergency Management Division, Public Safety and Health Services Department.
  9. RESOLUTION – Scott Krakowski appointed per-diem Level 1 Fire Instructor, Emergency Management Division, Public Safety and Health Services Department.
  10. RESOLUTION – Wayne Crans appointed seasonal, as needed Mosquito Extermination, Vector Division, Public Safety and Health Services Department.
  11. RESOLUTION – Approving the appointment of Paulette Luxich to the Senior, Disabilities and Veterans Services Advisory Council.
  12. RESOLUTION – Approving the appointment of Samatha Wakefield to the Mental Health Board.
  13. RESOLUTION – Approving the appointment of Lenore Cortina to the Hunterdon County Vocational School District, known as Polytech.
  14. RESOLUTION – Approving the solicitation of bids for the HVAC project for the Route 31 County Complex, for Buildings 2 and 3.
  15. RESOLUTION – Authorizing the extension of a Shared Services Agreement with Holland Township for the storage of municipal records.
  16. RESOLUTION – Approving an agreement with Millersville University of Pennsylvania for assistance in performing surveillance of the County’s Black Fly Control Program, in the amount not to exceed $10,450.
  17. RESOLUTION – Approving the specifications for the Painting of various County Bridges: F-87 on County Route 617, in Franklin Township; L-140 on Hoffman’s Crossing Road, in Lebanon Township; R-124 on Hollow Brook Road, in Readington Township; and T-35-S on McCann Mill Road, in Tewksbury Township.
  18. RESOLUTION – Approving the specifications for the 2017 Application of Traffic Stripes on various County and Municipal Roads.

XI. CORRESPONDENCE

  1. Fairmount Fire Co. No. 1, requesting permission to hold a Coin Toss on Saturday, May 13, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., at the intersection of County Routes 512 and 517, in Tewksbury Township.
  2. Berkshire Hathaway Home Services NJP, Miracles Music Festival, requesting permission to use the South County Park, on Saturday, October 07, 2017, (1) extending the Park hours through midnight; (2) request to sell alcoholic beverages and extend consumption to open seating on the lawn in front of the stage and the VIP tent; (3) requesting to have food trucks, two beverage vendors; (4) to have security, an ambulance and fire truck on site; and allow for people to park.
  3. A request for a letter of support of East Amwell Township’s proposal to security 319(h) funding to design and construct 100 rain gardens, Township-wide.

RECESS – 6:00 p.m.
RECONVENE – Historic Court House – 6:10 p.m.

XII. CULTURAL & HERITAGE COMMISSION

  1. Presentation of Junior-Historian awards for 2017.

XIII. FREEHOLDERS COMMENTS/REPORTS

XIV. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

XV. EXECUTIVE SESSION
(Reconvene if necessary)