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VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE COUNCIL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING AND PUBLIC WORKSHOP AGENDA SEPTEMBER 5th

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Village Council Special Public Meeting
VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD
VILLAGE COUNCIL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
7:30 P.M.

1. Call to Order – Mayor

2. Statement of Compliance with the Open Public Meeting Act

MAYOR: “Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided
by a posting on the bulletin board in Village Hall,
by mail to the Ridgewood News, The Record, and by submission to all persons entitled to same as provided by law of a schedule including the date and time of this meeting.”

3. Roll Call

4. ORDINANCES

a. INTRODUCTION – #3670 – Bond Ordinance – Reconfiguration of Train Station Parking Lot ($330,000)

b. INTRODUCTION – #3671 – Bond Ordinance – Additional Funding for Restoration of Zabriskie-Schedler House, Phase 2

c. PUBLIC HEARING – #3662 – Amend Chapter 265 – Vehicles and Traffic – Parking Meter Times at Train Station and Regulate Multi-Space Parking Meter Use

5. RESOLUTIONS

18-263 Authorize Execution of Application to the State Historic Preservation Office for Improvements to Social Service Agency’s Façade
18-264 Accept Bergen County Historic Preservation Grant – Zabriskie-Schedler House Restoration, Phase 2
18-265 Authorize Issuance of Notice to Proceed to Epic Management, LLC for Hudson Street Parking Garage
18-266 Authorize Submission and Execution of Grant Application for Recreation Programming
18-267 Authorize Execution of Contract – Cellular Tower at 561 Prospect Street, Glen Rock, NJ

6. Adjournment

Village Council’s Public Workshop Agenda
THE RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE COUNCIL’S
PUBLIC WORKSHOP AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 5, 2018
7:30 P.M.

1. 7:30 pm – Call to Order – Mayor
2. Statement of Compliance with Open Public Meeting Act
Mayor: “Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided by a posting on the bulletin board in Village Hall, by mail to the Ridgewood News, The Record, and by submission to all persons entitled to same as provided by law of a schedule including the date and time of this meeting.”
3. Roll Call – Village Clerk
4. Flag Salute/Moment of Silence
5. Public Comments (Not to Exceed 3 Minutes per Person – 40 Minutes in Total)
6. Presentation
a. Parking – Walker Report –Preliminary Financial Analysis – Garage
b. Ridgewood Water – Results of SUEZ Water Quality Study
7. Discussion
a. Parking
1. Bond Ordinance – Train Station Parking Lot Reconfiguration

b. Operations

Zabriskie-Schedler House – Historic Preservation – Grant Acceptance
Notice To Proceed – Epic Management
Grant Application – Recreational Programming
c. Budget

Social Services Association’s Food Pantry Awareness Campaign – Application to State Historic Preservation Office for Improvements
Bond Ordinance – Funding for Zabriskie-Schedler House – Phase II
Cellular Tower Contract at Water Pollution Control Facility

8. Motion to Suspend Work Session and Convene Special Public Meeting
9. Special Public Meeting – See Attached Agenda
10. Motion to Adjourn Special Public Meeting and Reconvene Work Session

11. Discussion
a. Ridgewood Water
1. Award Contract – Design and Construction Management of Eder, Lakeview and Southside Pump and Well Stations
2. Award Contract for Professional Services for Public Communications and Forums
3. Award National Powers Alliance Program Contract – Purchase of Hydro- Excavator
4. Award National Powers Alliance Program Contract – Purchase of 2019 Ford Escape
5. Award State Contract – Purchase of Ruggedized Switches for Fiber Network
b. Parking – None

c. Budget
1. Declare Surplus – International Hook Lift – Street Department
2. Declare Surplus – Autocar Packer – Street Department
3. Award Contract – Furnish and Deliver Pipe and Appurtenances – Water Pollution Control Division
4. Debt and Financial Management Policies
5. Second Quarter Financial Statements and Report on Bond Sale – August
6. Removed from Agenda
7. Award New Jersey Approved Co-Op Contract – Purchase of Sanitation Truck
8. Award State Contract – Purchase of Video Teleconferencing Equipment
9. Declare Surplus – IT Equipment

d. Policy
1. School Resource Officer
2 Donation to Parks and Recreation Department – Conservancy of Ridgewood Public Lands – Children’s Sensory Butterfly Garden
3. Zoning – Prohibit Sale of Marijuana
4. Liquor License Transfer – Granova to Patpar, Inc.
5. Residency Ordinance
6. CBD Display – Discuss Trial Period & Fee
7. Smoking Ordinance
8. Zoning in B1/B2 Districts

e. Operation
1. Grove Park Area Cleanup Program – Ridgewood Wildscape Assoc. and Partners
12. Review of September 12, 2018 Public Meeting Agenda
13. Manager’s Report
14. Council Reports
15. Public Comments (Not to Exceed 5 Minutes per Person)
16. Closed Session
A. Legal – Elks Club, Proposed Subdivision of Wortendyke Property, Ridgewood Water Litigation, Affordable Housing
B. Legal/Contracts – Lyft, Town Garage
C. Personnel – Village Planner, Bond Counsel, Boards and Committees
17. Adjournment

8 thoughts on “VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE COUNCIL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING AND PUBLIC WORKSHOP AGENDA SEPTEMBER 5th

  1. Why are we doing this when they are bonding a 9 million plus dollars for a parking garage that is 500 ft away?

    a. INTRODUCTION – #3670 – Bond Ordinance – Reconfiguration of Train Station Parking Lot ($330,000)

    Who is this Council working for the taxpayers or commuters ?

  2. commuters because you have to work in NYC to afford to live in Ridgewood

  3. What a bunch of CROOKS

    Cowardly act to carve out some bs compact car revenue

    Sir Madam have you no shame or decency A criminal act against our train station and safe walkways and trees and Farmers market access
    When it snows you need places to plow the snow too

    Idiots

  4. you have to work in NYC to afford to live in Ridgewood

  5. Come on James ! So because you want to live in Ridgewood all the taxpayers have to pay for commuting parking spots . I think the heat has gotten to you. What happen to the guy who is alway try to save money for the town?

  6. Building a white elephant parking garage isn’t enough ? We need more parking. $3000,00 bonding for train station parking, 9 million parking for the garage. Taxes are going up or rents will be going up. Soon you will need two jobs in NY.

  7. Do the train station. Forget the parking garage.

  8. wish is was so simple to swop one idiotic mistake for another ..that train with all of our IO U. ‘ s has left the station .They who claim to know better driving this runaway train
    with our future liabilities onboard..they will move onto to Trenton or other political
    destination ..we will be left holding the Stinking Bag..

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