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BOROUGH OF WILDWOOD CREST

COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA

 

October 2, 2019 / 9:30 AM

 

1.             PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

2.             OPEN MEETING WITH ROLL CALL:    GOULD                 THOMPSON                       CABRERA                          

 

3.             THE MAYOR READS THE STATEMENT: In compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act, Chapter 231, P.L. 1975, the notice requirements have been satisfied as to the time, place and date of holding said meeting by posting notice on the bulletin board in Borough Hall, and by mailing and emailing same to the Herald of Cape May County, the Gazette-Leader, and the Press of Atlantic City on October 25, 2018.

4.             THE MAYOR ANNOUNCES THE ONE-WAY IN AND ONE-WAY OUT METHOD OF INGRESS AND EGRESS IN CASE OF EMERGENCY

5.             ORDINANCES:   

                               

                                                Ord. No. 1312 – Acquisition of Real Property

                                                Ord. No. 1313 – Amending & Supplementing Ch. 46- Office of Personnel

6.             RESOLUTIONS:

 

  1. Authorizing Borough Engineer Work Order for FY2019 NJDCA Small Cities Program ADA

Improvement to Von Savage Pool at the NTE sum of $35,000

                                Motion:                 Second:                 Vote:   G                                T             C

2.             Authorizing Borough Engineer Work Order for Washington Avenue Storm Sewer Beach Outfall at the NTE sum of $35,000

                                                Motion:                 Second:                 Vote:   G                                T             C

                3.             Authorizing the appointment of Victoria Elia Giron as an advisory member of the Wildwood Crest

                                Green Team and filling vacated position with term expiring December 31, 2021

                                                Motion:                 Second:                 Vote:   G                                T             C

                4.             Authorizing Escrow Refund in the amount of $1020.00

                                                Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

5.             Urging Voters to Support the Referendum on the Election Ballot on November 5, 2019 so

                the Veterans or Widowed Spouses of Veterans who reside in Continuing Care Retirement

                Communities (CCRC) will be eligible for Property Tax Deduction

                                Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

6.             Authorizing the Mayor to Sign the NJDEP Land Use Regulation Permit for Beach

                Programming and Improvements Plan – File # WWC-C-014

                                 Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

7.             Authorizing donation of a park bench, no longer in use, to Borough Employee

                                 Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

8.             Authorizing a Special Events Permit to Chrissy Marie, LLC, for a Fashion Show to be held

                on October 13, 2019

                                  Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

9.             Authorizing the entry of an Employment Agreement with Police Joseph McGrath

                                   Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

10.          Canceling erroneous 2019 sewer rents

                                   Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

11.          Authorizing refund of Property Taxes or Utilities Overpayment

                                    Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

12.          Authorizing Release of Escrow Funds in the amount of $150.00 – Permit #S018-0603

                                    Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

13.          Authorizing Release of Escrow Funds in the amount of $150.00– Permit #S018-0604

                                    Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

14.          Authorizing Release of Escrow Funds in the amount of $22.50– Permit #S018-0605

                                    Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

15.          Authorizing Release of Escrow Funds in the amount of $65.00– Permit #S018-0707

                                    Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

16.          Authorizing Release of Escrow Funds in the amount of $700.00– Permit #S018-0805

                                    Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

17.          Designating Trick or Treat Hours on October 31, 2019 from 5:00-7:00 pm

                                    Motion:                 Second:                  Vote:   G               T             C

               

7.             BILLS:  _______________: Motion that all bills properly authorized, as submitted, be paid

                                _______________: Second the motion

                                Vote: G                  T             C

 

8.             CORRESPONDENCE: 

 

               

                       Put the Brakes on Fatalities Proclamation

 

                       Window clings for mercantile licenses

                       Parking on Seaview Avenue

 

9.             PUBLIC COMMENTS:

 

 

10.          DISCUSSION:

                                New Business:     

                                                                 

                                Old Business:

                                -Tents on the beach

                                -Parking in front of Leader Printers

                                -Draft Prohibiting parking of certain vehicles

                                -Draft ordinance for Ch. 63 Sidewalks

                                -Draft for Reduced Speed along Sunset Lake and Bayview Drive

                                -Prohibited Right Turn on Red Signal at Rambler Road

                                -Sunset Lake Bathroom

                                -Donation of Sick Time

                                -Washington Avenue Lot/Field     

                                -Parking for RVs

                                -Old Library

                                -Faux Lawn à to Green Team and Planning Board

                                -Referendum permitting one consumption liquor license in bus. zone

                                -Cross walks on Atlantic Ave”       

               

11.          PUBLIC COMMENTS:

 

 

12.          ADJOURNMENT: MOTION:             SECOND:              VOTE:    G        T          C

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