TENTATIVE AGENDA FOR REGULAR SESSION MEETING
 APRIL 19, 2022, 7:00 P.M.
 
1.

CALL TO ORDER

2.

ROLL CALL

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3.

INVOCATION AND SALUTE TO THE FLAG

Pastor Steve Harris, National Association of Christian Ministers to deliver invocation followed by the salute to the flag.

4.

OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS STATEMENT BY MAYOR LISA ORNDORF

"This meeting is being conducted in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act of 1975, was advertised, posted, and made available to the public as required by Statute.  The Municipal Clerk is directed to include a statement in the minutes of this meeting." 



5.

CITY CLERK TO REVIEW CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

6.

BILLS

     Motion-
     Second-
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7.

Public Comment on Agenda Items Only

8.

PRESENTATIONS

8.I.

Presentation Item (01)

Life Saving Awards and Letters of Commendation presented by Fire Chief Lippincott.

8.II.

Presentation Item (02)

Proclamation declaring April 29, 2022 as Arbor Day 

9.

Budget Presentation

2022 Budget Presentation by Chief Financial Officer Marcella Shepard and City Auditor Michael Cesaro

10.

Budget Resolutions

10.I.

Resolution Item (01)

Resolution authorizing the reading of the Calendar Year 2022 budget by title only pursuant to NJSA 40A:4-8
     Motion-
     Second-
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10.II.

Budget Public Hearing

Mayor Orndorf to open public hearing on Resolution authorizing the adoption of the Calendar Year 2022 Budget

10.III.

Resolution Item (02)

Resolution authorizing the Calendar Year 2022 Budget amendment
     Motion-
     Second-
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10.IV.

Resolution Item (02A)

Resolution authorizing the adoption of the Calendar Year 2022 Budget as amended
     Motion-
     Second-
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11.

PETITIONS AND LETTERS

11.I.

Petitions And Letters Item (01)

Motion to receive and file letters from the New Jersey Legislature to the City of Millville and the Rural Development Corp regarding the following grant awards from the Department of Community Affairs:
1. $218,677.00 awarded for the utilization for the Emergency Shelter in Millville.
2. $798,396.00 awarded for revitalizing the Center City Neighborhood of Millville.
     Motion-
     Second-
Hewitt __ Sooy __ Romanik __ McQuade __Orndorf __

11.II.

Petitions And Letters Item (02)

Motion to receive and file letter of resignation for Heather Garrison from the Millville Housing Authority. 
     Motion-
     Second-
Hewitt __ Sooy __ Romanik __ McQuade __Orndorf __

11.III.

Petitions And Letters Item (03)

Motion to receive and file letter from the State of NJ Department of Environmental Protection Green Acres Program regarding Green Acres Compliance Inspection Report.
     Motion-
     Second-
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12.

REPORTS OF COMMISSIONERS

13.

COMMISSIONER ROMANIK

14.

COMMISSIONER HEWITT

14.I.

Commissioner Hewitt Item (01)

Motion to receive and file the following Millville Fire Department Reports for the month of March 2022:
1. EMS Report
2. Incidents Report
3. Inspections Report
     Motion-
     Second-
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15.

COMMISSIONER MCQUADE

16.

VICE-MAYOR SOOY

16.I.

Vice Mayor Sooy Item (01)

Motion to receive and file the following reports from the Tax Collector:
1. The report of uncollectable taxes for 2022. 
2. The Tax Collector's report for March 2022.
         Motion-
     Second-
Hewitt __ Sooy __ Romanik __ McQuade __Orndorf __

17.

MAYOR ORNDORF

18.

Ordinances 2nd Reading

18.I.

Ordinance 2nd Reading Item (01)

An Ordinance amending the City of Millville Municipal Code Chapter 30 (Land Use Regulations) Section 62 (Performance and Maintenance Guarantees). 
     Motion-
     Second-
(Public Hearing)
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18.II.

Ordinance 2nd Reading Item (02)

An Ordinance approving and authorizing an application to the Cumberland County Roadway Department for the Millville Soccer Association to hold a Coin Drop on June 11, 2022 and June 12 2022 at the intersections of Buckshutem Road and Cedarville Road.   
     Motion-
     Second-
(Public Hearing)
Hewitt __ Sooy __ Romanik __  McQuade __Orndorf __

18.III.

Ordinance 2nd Reading Item (03)

An Ordinance approving and authorizing an application to the Cumberland County Roadway Department for the Positive Vibes Community Group to hold a coin drop on May 14, 2022 at the intersections of Buckshutem Road and Cedarville Road.   
     Motion-
     Second-
(Public Hearing)
Hewitt __ Sooy __ Romanik __  McQuade __Orndorf __

18.IV.

Ordinance 2nd Reading Item (04)

Ordinance amending the salary ordinance to change the name of the following title by removing the existing title name from the salary ordinance and replacing it with the new title name pursuant to the NJ Civil Service Job Title list:
Title                                                Minimum     Maximum      
REMOVE :      
Parks Maintenance Worker            $15.00/hr       $28.33/hr
REPLACE:
Maintenance Worker 1 Grounds     $15.00/hr      $28.33/hr. 
     Motion-
     Second-
(Public Hearing)
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19.

Ordinances 1st Reading

19.I.

Ordinance 1st Reading Item (01)

An Ordinance to amend the salary ordinance of the compensation for the following existing title:
Title                                            Minimum        Maximum
Building Subcode Official/PT     $20.00/hr       $40.00/hr
     Motion-
     Second-
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20.

Resolutions

20.I.

Resolution Item (03)

Resolution authorizing a Person-to-Person transfer of Alcohol Beverage Plenary Retail Consumption License #0610-33-012-007 from Grayling Corporation to Brinker Freehold, Inc. effective April 19, 2022.
     Motion-
     Second-
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20.II.

Resolution Item (04)

Resolution authorizing a Place-to-Place transfer for the expansion of Texas Roadhouse's Alcohol Beverage Plenary Retail Consumption License No. 0610-33-014-007 located at 2299 North 2nd Street, effective April 19, 2022.
     Motion-
     Second-
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20.III.

Resolution Item (05)

Resolution authorizing the Local Freight Impact Fund - FY 2019 funds in the amount of $1,000,000.00 which is part of the first of two funding rounds to reconstruct Wade Boulevard/Orange Street from Second Street to Main Street, be extended six months to December 17, 2022 to accommodate award of contract.
     Motion-
     Second-
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20.IV.

Resolution Item (06)

Resolution authorizing award of contracts to Core & Main, Berlin, NJ; Raritan Group, Edison, NJ; and Ferguson Enterprises, Lakewood, NJ to furnish the City of Millville with Water Department Supplies for the contract period of May 1, 2022 to April 30, 2023 in the amounts stated in Schedule “A”.
     Motion-
     Second-
(Certification of Funds)
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20.V.

Resolution Item (07)

Resolution awarding a Professional Services Contract to EMS Consulting Services to act as Medical Director of EMS for the City pursuant to a Non-Fair and Open Process in an amount not to exceed $13,750.00 for a one year term beginning May 6, 2022
     Motion-
     Second-
(Certification of Funds)
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20.VI.

Resolution Item (08)

Resolution authorizing public sale of personal property described on Schedule A to be sold on-line from May 5, 2022 through May 11, 2022 through a contracted government on-line auction service, Municibid, at www.municibid.com.
     Motion-
     Second-
Hewitt __ Sooy __ Romanik __  McQuade __Orndorf __  

20.VII.

Resolution Item (09)

Resolution authorizing adjustments in the tax and utility records. 

Motion:

Second:

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20.VIII.

Resolution Item (10)

Resolution approving Letter of Intent with Klein Enterprises for the sale to it of Part of Lot 11 in Block 125.03.
     Motion-
     Second-
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20.IX.

Resolution Item (11)

Resolution authorizing the Tax Collector to add back the various senior citizen and disabled tax deductions for the tax year of 2021 in accordance with NJSA 54:4-8.40 due to annual income exceeds limits and Post Annual Tax Statement (PD5) not returned. 
     Motion-
     Second-
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20.X.

Resolution Item (12)

Resolution of the City of Millville in Support of the location and operation of a Licensed Class 1, Cultivation Facility by Collective 60 LLC within the City of Millville. 
     Motion-
     Second-
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21.

New Business

22.

Public Comment Portion

"We have now reached the public comment portion of our meeting.  Anyone who would like to address the Commission, please go to the podium, state your name and address your concerns. Please limit your comments to approximately 5 minutes."


Open Public Portion

Close Public Portion

Comments of Commissioners


23.

ADJOURN

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