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March 8,2017

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, the regular public meeting of the Ridgewood Village council will feature Graydon Pool Fees,Ridgewood Water irrigation policies, sewer discharge fees, parking, the Stable rental and Recognition to 2016 Boys Cross Country!

 

VILLAGE COUNCIL REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING

VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD

VILLAGE COUNCIL REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING

MARCH 8, 2017

8:00 P.M.

1.   Call to Order – Mayor

2.   Statement of Compliance with the Open Public       Meetings Act

3.   Roll Call – Village Clerk

4.   Flag Salute and Moment of Silence

5.   Acceptance of Financial Reports

6.   Approval of Minutes

7.   Proclamations

Declare March Red Cross Month

Declare March Colorectal Cancer Awareness         Month

C.   Declare March as DeMolay Month

8.   Presentation of Certificates of Recognition to 2016 Boys Cross Country North 1, Group 4 State    Sectional Champions

9. Comments from the Public (Not to exceed 3            minutes per person – 40 minutes in total)

10.  Village Manager’s Report

11.  Village Council Reports

12.  ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION – RIDGEWOOD WATER

3588 – Amend Chapter 269 – Water Irrigation Schedule           and Water Emergencies – Limits watering of lawns     for both governmental and non-governmental              properties to two days per week, year-round.        Irrigation by a hand-held hose or drip/micro         irrigation system is allowed any day. Defines           the exceptions to this ordinance as well as the         hours when watering of lawns is permitted, and        enforcement policies and procedures.

13.  ORDINANCES – PUBLIC HEARING – RIDGEWOOD WATER

NONE

14.  RESOLUTIONS – RIDGEWOOD WATER

THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 17-68 THROUGH 17-70 ARE TO BE ADOPTED BY A CONSENT AGENDA, WITH ONE VOTE BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL. THERE IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION BESIDE EACH RESOLUTION TO BE CONSIDERED ON THE CONSENT AGENDA. EACH RESOLUTION WILL BE READ BY TITLE ONLY:

17-68          Title 59 Approval – Water Billing and Data           Collection/Processing Services –Approves the        specifications for Water Billing and Data            Collection/Processing Services prepared by           Ridgewood Water, pursuant to Title 59

17-69          Award Contract – Water Billing and Data                   Collection/Processing Services (NTE $237,395)        – Awards the second year of a two-year                  contract to the sole responsible bidder,               Computil, Inc., 30 Controls Drive, Shelton,           CT

17-70          Authorize Agreement for GIS Data Exchange            from      Ridgewood Water to Bergen County for Use        by Public Safety – Authorizes a GIS Data           Sharing Agreement between the Village and               Bergen County for the GIS Data Exchange from           Ridgewood Water to Bergen County. This GIS           data will be used by Bergen County and other              Municipal public safety agencies in order to              deliver emergency services.

15.  ORDINANCES – INTRODUCTION

3589 – Establish Rules and Regulations for Rental of          Rooms in The Stable – Establishes rules and      regulations for rental of rooms at The Stable,         including an application form, Hold Harmless      Agreement, and Certificate of Insurance. Also            establishes Class Usages, based on the group’s           affiliation with the Village; whether or not          they are charitable and/or civic in nature;          and the size of the groups.

3590 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Establish Rental Fees    – The Stable – Establishes various fees for the        use of rooms in The Stable, depending on the           group’s affiliation with the Village; whether or      not they are charitable and/or civic in nature;        the size of the groups; and the hours the rooms          are rented

3591 – Repeal Chapter 29, Historic Preservation                Commission, Amend Chapter 190, Land Use and          Development, and Repeal Chapter 251, Swimming           Pools – This ordinance deletes duplicative or           obsolete provisions in the Village Code;           clarifies the meaning and application of          existing regulations; reconciles conflicting         and/or inconsistent provisions in the Village          Code; addresses various omissions in the Village  Code; and provides for more reasonable and more          rational development standards

16.  ORDINANCES – PUBLIC HEARING

3581 – Amend Chapter 265 – Vehicles and Traffic –              Prohibit Parking – Sections of Sherman Place 3582 – Amend Chapter 265 – Vehicles and Traffic – Angle     Parking

3583 – Amend Chapter 238 – Sewers and Sewage Disposal –    Addition of Masticated Food Waste

3584 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Sewers and Sewage      Disposal – Liquid Waste Acceptance Program Fees 3585 – Amend Chapter 265 – Vehicles and Traffic – Bus        Stops

3586 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Significant Sewer        Discharger Fees

3587 – Amend Chapter 145 – Fees – Graydon Pool Fees

17.  RESOLUTIONS

THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS, NUMBERED 17-71 THROUGH 17-82 ARE TO BE ADOPTED BY A CONSENT AGENDA, WITH ONE VOTE BY THE VILLAGE COUNCIL. THERE IS A BRIEF DESCRIPTION BESIDE EACH RESOLUTION TO BE CONSIDERED ON THE CONSENT AGENDA. EACH RESOLUTION WILL BE READ BY TITLE ONLY:

17-71          Endorse Submission of Recycling Tonnage Grant        – Annual resolution which endorses the                 submission of the Municipal Recycling Tonnage       Grant Application to the New Jersey                    Department of Environmental Protection and           designates John R. Spano, Recycling                  Coordinator, to ensure that the application             is properly filed

17-72          Approve Budget Reserve Transfers – Annual            resolution which transfers money in the 2016              budget from departments which have excess              funds to those departments which do not have              adequate funds

17-73          Award Contract Under State Contract –                Purchase of Parts and Related Services –             Fleet Services – Awards a contract under              State contract for various parts and related             services used by the Village’s Fleet Services          Division

17-74          Title 59 Approval – Horticultural Supplies –              Approves the plans and specifications for            Horticultural Supplies for the Years 2017 and       2018 prepared by the Parks and Recreation              Department, pursuant to Title 59

17-75          Award Contract – Horticultural Supplies (NTE              $45,000) – Awards a contract to the low                   bidder, SiteOne Landscape Supply, 100                   Weyerhauser Road, Mahwah, NJ. The Parks                 Department budget will pay $35,500 and the              Project Pride budget will pay $9,500.

17-76          Title 59 Approval – Coach Bus Transportation              Services – Approves the plans and                         specifications for Supply of Coach Bus                    Transportation Services prepared by the                   Department of Parks and Recreation, pursuant              to Title 59

17-77          Award Contract – Coach Bus Transportation            Services – H.I.L.T. (NTE $9,000) –Awards a               contract to the low bidder, Vanderhoof                   Transportation Co., Inc., 18 Wilfred Street,              West Orange, NJ

17-78          Title 59 Approval – Concession Refreshment           Services – Graydon Pool – Approves the plans              and specifications for Concession Refreshment       Services – 2017, 2018, The Water’s Edge Café,       Graydon Pool

17-79          Award Contract – Concession Refreshment                   Services – Graydon Pool –Awards a contract               to the sole proposal by Michael Sims,                  Mellsworth Foods, Inc., 102 East Main Street,       Ramsey, NJ which will pay the Village $9,300             for the summer season

17-80         Authorize Payment for Settlement of Property              Damage – PSE&G Pole ($6,643.95) – Authorizes              the payment for settlement of property damage       to be paid to PSE&G for damage sustained to               their pole which was caused by a Village            vehicle

17-81         Award Professional Services Contract –                    Professional Appraiser –Appoints Ernest Del              Guercio, SCGREA, CDA and Darren Raymond, MAI,       of Associated Appraisal Group, 266 Harristown        Road, Glen Rock, NJ to provide professional            appraisals of several properties

17-82          Appoint Member to Green Team Advisory                Committee – Appoints Christopher Rutishauser              as the staff member of the Village of                  Ridgewood for a term which expires on                  12/31/17 and Emily Shovlin as a resident           member for a term which expires on 12/31/19

18.  Comments from the Public (Not to Exceed 5 minutes    per person)

19.  Resolution to go into Closed Session

20.  Closed Session

21.  Adjournment