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					                                          July 12, 2011

                    A REGULAR MEETING of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the
County of Somerset was held on the above date at 7:00 p.m.

                         The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was led by Director Zaborowski

                    Director Zaborowski stated that the meeting was in compliance with the
Open Public Meetings Act and that adequate notice was provided on January 7. 2011 as follows:

1.                       Mailed to the Star Ledger, the Home News, and the Courier News.
2.                       Posted on the Official County Bulletin Board.
3.                       Filed with the County Clerk.
4.                       Distributed to all persons requesting such information.


Roll Call ------------------

PRESENT:                 Scaglione, Ciattarelli, Palmer, Walsh, Zaborowski
ABSENT:                  None
ALSO PRESENT:            County Administrator/Clerk M. Amorosa, County Counsel Cooper, P.
McCall, K. Quick, J.     Clarkson, B. Newman, B. Hacker, D. Lorimer, M Loper, P. Tchorni, C.
Corsini


Mr. Scaglione offered the following report:
Attended the media advisory held at the Somerset County Business Partnership by the Prosecutor
announcing the Regional Police Consolidation Study Feasibility Report for a county-wide police
force.


Mr. Ciattarelli offered the following report:
Attended the Operation Shoe Box Golf Outing fundraiser at Neshanic Valley Golf Course.



Mr. Palmer offered the following report:
Updated the Board on the Traveling Wall Tribute to Vietnam veterans which will be in Somerset
County in October at North Branch Park, Bridgewater



Mrs. Walsh offered the following report:
Wished Freeholder Palmer a happy birthday.

Reported that RVCC is the first high education institution in the state to be certified by the New
Jersey Water Supply Authority as part of the River-friendly Business Program. This certification
was awarded to RVCC for its efforts over the past 18 months to improve local water resource
quality through water management, water conservation, protection of the wildlife habitat and
education and outreach.

Three students in the RVCC Cosmetology Program received Gold Medals at SkillUSA’s 47
annual National Leadership and Skills Conference held on June 24 in Kansas City, Missouri.

RVCC’S Cosmetology Program scored a 100 percent pass rate in both written and skills of the
NJ State Board of Cosmetology Licensing Examination. Eleven students took the exam on June
4.

The Neshanic Valley Golf Course has been honored for environmental stewardship from the
South Branch Watershed Association with the 2011 Sustainable Business Award. Neshanic
Valley was also named by GolfWeek Magazine as the No. 1 municipal golf course in New
Jersey in the ranking of top municipal facilities nationwide. It is also listed as among the Best
Public Golf Courses in New Jersey for 12010 by Sports Illustrated and CNN.com.
                                            PUBLIC PORTION


                            At this time Director Zaborowski opened the meeting to the public
       and asked if there was anyone present who wished to be heard.

                          There being no one present who wished to be heard, Director
       Zaborowski declared the public portion closed.


                                            CONSENT AGENDA

       ALL MATTERS LISTED HEREUNDER ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE IN
       NATURE AND WILL BE ENACTED UPON IN ONE MOTION. ANY PERSON MAY
       REQUEST THAT AN ITEM BE REMOVED FOR SEPARATE CONSIDERATION


       APPROVAL OF MINUTES:                 July 12, 2011 work session(June 28, 2011 4:30pm meeting)
                                            June 28, 2011 regular meeting


       APPROVAL OF PERSONNEL LETTER: #91


       The following Personnel changes are for the period: 07/01/11 to 07/15/11

DEPARTMENT            NAME                          POSITION             GRADE/ SALARY          EFFECTIVE
                                                                                                  DATE
GENERAL COUNTY:

REPLACEMENTS

PART TIME
                                                                              AA/ $27.04 Hr.
PESS                  Robert Ruiz                Crisis Counselor ~                                    06/18
                                                     Part Time
                                                                              AA/ $27.04 Hr.
                      Erika Charles              Crisis Counselor ~                                    07/12
                                                     Part Time

CHANGES

                      (Title Change only)
                                                                            12-C/ $42,470
Workforce             Jan Goodman               One Stop Disability            to to                   07/01
Investment Board                                     Program                12-C/ Same
                                                   Coordinator
                                                        to
                                                     Program
                                                  Coordinator II

                      (Change in Hours/32 to
                      25)
                                                                            12-D/ $37,862
Workforce             Stephanie Pierce               Program                   to to                   07/01
Investment Board                                   Coordinator              12-F/ $29,580
                                                        to
                                                  Case Manager I
                      (Promotion)
                                                                             05-A/ $26,105
Vehicle               Michael Daniels            Mechanic’s Helper              to to                 07/07
Maintenance                                             to                   08-A/ $31,469

                                                     Mechanic


For Your Information:
PROSECUTORS OFFICE:
The Prosecutor has taken the following action:

CHANGES

Prosecutor            Roxanna Catterson          Detective-Sergeant          DS/1- $115,261               07/01
                                                         to                     to to
                                                   Lieutenant of             DL/1- $127,776
                                                     Detectives
Prosecutor            Werner Rodas                   Detective               DP/8- $98,704                07/01
                                                         to                     to to
                                                 Detective-Sergeant          DS/1- $115,261

Prosecutor            Francisco Roman              Detective-Sergeant         DS/1- $115,26           07/01
                                                            to                   to 1
                                                 Lieutenant of Detectives     DL/1- to
                                                                                    $127,77
                                                                                    6
Prosecutor            Steven Ughetta             Lieutenant of Detectives     DL/1- $127,77           07/01
                                                            to                   to 6
                                                    Captain of County         DC/1- to
                                                       Detectives                   $143,44
                                                                                    2
Prosecutor            David Whipple                    Detective              DP/8- $98,704           07/01
                                                           to                    to to
                                                   Detective-Sergeant         DS/1- $115,26
                                                                                    1

TERMINATIONS

Prosecutor            Annette Thomas                    Secretary               NC/ $34,831           07/08

                   These changes have been approved in the 2011 Departmental Budget.


      COMMUNICATIONS:

                             Communication, US Department of Housing and Urban Development,
      Community Development Block Grant Program Timeliness Alert – next measurable date – July
      3, 2011, was received.

      .                   Communication, State of New Jersey, Department of Labor and
      Workforce Development, Notice of Obligation – Program Year 2011 – Workforce Investment
      Act Youth Allotments - $241,426.00 – Somerset County Allotment, was received.

                           Communication, County of Hunterdon, Board of Chosen Freeholders,
      Resolution concerning the distribution of state aid to New Jersey School Districts, was received.

                              Communication, County of Middlesex, Board of Chosen Freeholders,
      Resolution 11-0876 supporting A3852 and S2243 requiring Vote Approval at Annual School
      election prior to establishment of New Charter Schools, was received.

      .                    Communication, Township of Bridgewater, executed 2011 Recycling
      Agreement, was received.
                     Communication, State of New Jersey, Highlands Water Protection and
Planning Council, approval of Somerset County’s Petition for Plan Conformance, was received.

                  Communication, Sandyston Township, Resolution R32-2011 supporting
proposed Amendment to the Open Public Records Law to preserve its Original Intent, was
received.

                      Communication, NJTPA. Newark, NJ, approving funding allocation for
the Subregional MUICD Traffic Sign Inventory and Assessment Program, $133,000.00
allotment to Somerset County, was received.

Letters of Appreciation

                      Communication, Thomas and Hildegard Cavanaugh, Skillman, NJ, email,
extending appreciation to the Recycling Department and Staff for their spirit and efficiency on
recycling days, was received.

                    Communication, Kimberly Cowart, Director, Community Development,
thanking Kathryn Quick for her donation for the Community Event held on June 7, 2011, was
received.

                     Communication, Larry Hanko, Area Director, Somerset County Special
Olympics, thanking Sheriff Provenzano, Warden O’Neill and Sgt. Varga and staff for help with
the Annual Special Olympics Track/Field Event, was received.

                    Communications received, Expressing appreciation for use of the
Community Box at the TD Ballpark:
     a.     Jeffrey Fetzko, Executive Director, Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced
     b.     David Wurth, president, Central NJ Chapter of Thriven Financial for Lutherans
     c.     Gladys Ricotta, Corresponding Secretary, Hillsborough Senior Citizens – Chapter
            B

                    Communication, Gloria McCauley, Mayor, Hillsborough Township,
thanking Freeholder Ciattarelli for his support of Hillsborough’s 2011 Salute to Veterans
Breakfast and Memorial Day Commemoration Ceremonies, was received.

                      Communication, Rose Evans, Regional Center Partnership of Somerset
County Inc., congratulating Freeholder Palmer on his selection as Freeholder of the Year by the
New Jersey Association of Counties, was received.


                                           R11-402


   RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF A LETTER OF INTENT
 WITH THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY, GOVERNOR’S COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM
        AND DRUG ABUSE FOR THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF $324,421.00
      FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2012 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2012
AND AUTHORIZING THE REQUEST FOR APPLICATION PROCESS FOR SUB-GRANT
    AGREEMENTS WITH SOMERSET COUNTY MUNICIPALITIES AND THEIR
                  MUNICIPAL ALLIANCE COMMITTEES
        FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION PROGRAMS


                      WHEREAS, the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse has
issued a Letter of Intent with Somerset County for the sum of $324,421.00 ($268,421 for
Municipalities and $56,000.00 requested for coordination)to Somerset County for calendar year
2012for the purpose of funding programs to prevent alcoholism and drug abuse administrated by
the County and municipalities and their Municipal Alliance Committees and for Municipal
Alliance coordination; and

                     WHEREAS, the Letter of Intent would include the following allocations for
the Municipal Alliance Committees- ($20,628.00 to Bernards, $21,323.00 to Somerset Hills
{Bernardsville, Bedminster, Peapack/Gladstone, Far Hills}, $12,329.00 to Branchburg,
$39,673.00 to Bridgewater/Raritan, $43,870.00 to Franklin, $30,954.00 to Hillsborough/Millstone,
$9,696.00 to Manville, $20,418.00 to Montgomery/Rocky Hill, $17,420.00 to North Plainfield,
$11,114.00 to Somerville, $15,123.00 to Bound Brook/South Bound Brook, $25,873.00 to
Watchung Hills {Warren, Watchung, Green Brook}; and

                       WHEREAS, Somerset County would like to issue a Request For
Applications using the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse forms for all
Municipalities to indicate use of their allocation for 2012.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Director and Deputy
Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders are hereby authorized to issue the Municipal Alliance
Request for Applications and execute the Letter of Agreement with the State of New Jersey,
Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, for alcohol and drug abuse prevention
funds as described above and execute sub-grant agreements with Somerset County
Municipalities in accordance with the 2012 Letter of Intent.




                                            R11-403


                    RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING APPLICATION
           FOR 2011STATE BODY ARMOR REPLACEMENT FUND PROGRAM


                      WHEREAS, the State of New Jersey, Department of Law and Public
Safety, Division of Criminal Justice has notified Somerset County as to the availability of funds
through the State Body Armor Replacement Fund Program; and

                      WHEREAS, the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office and the Somerset
County Sheriff’s Office (Corrections and Law Enforcement Divisions) have identified a need for
replacement of body vests; and

                    WHEREAS, the grant awards are determined by a formula with a
minimum allocation of $500.00 per law enforcement agency; and

                        WHEREAS, the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office and the Somerset
County Sheriff’s Office (Corrections and Law Enforcement Divisions) wish to submit
applications to participate in the State Body Armor Replacement Fund Program.

                       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office and the
Somerset County Sheriff’s Office (Corrections and Law Enforcement Divisions) are hereby
authorized to apply for the New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety, Division of
Criminal Justice State Body Armor Replacement Fund grant; and

                       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the State Body
Armor Replacement Program Online Filing Instructions the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of
each agency and the Chief Financial Officer of each agency’s jurisdiction (or their official
Program Contact persons as designated by the Chief Law Enforcement Officer or Chief
Financial Officer) are authorized to apply for funding under this program and submit and sign
the online application by the use of his/her state assigned PIN number.




                                            R11-404


     RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A MEMORANDUM OF
  UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE NEW JERSEY MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION
            AND THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET SHERIFF’S OFFICE
                       WHEREAS, the County of Somerset and Somerset County Sheriff’s
Office desire to enter into a memorandum of Understanding with the New Jersey Motor Vehicle
Commission so as to deter criminal activity at the Motor Vehicle Agency located on Roosevelt
Place in Somerville, New Jersey for a period of one year commencing July 1, 2010.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Somerset County Board
of Chosen Freeholders that the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders
are hereby authorized to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the New Jersey Motor
Vehicle Commission so as to deter criminal activity at the Motor Vehicle Agency located on
Roosevelt Place in Somerville, New Jersey, a copy of which Memorandum of Understanding is
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board.



                                           R11-405


   RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE SOMERSET COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE TO
 SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO THE NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF HIGHWAY TRAFFIC
                   SAFETY FOR GRANT FUNDING FOR THE
    “OVER THE LIMIT UNDER ARREST 2011 STATEWIDE CRACKDOWN GRANT”


                       WHEREAS, the New Jersey Department of law and Public Safety,
Division of Highway Traffic Safety has announced the availability of grant funds and the
opportunity to participate in the statewide impaired driving enforcement grant program; and

                     WHEREAS, grants of up to $4,400.00 will be made available on a
reimbursement basis for approved law enforcement agencies in the “Over the Limit Under Arrest
2011 Statewide Crackdown” from August 19 through September 5, 2011; and

                      WHEREAS, the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office is eligible to apply for
such funding.

                     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Somerset County Board
of Chosen Freeholders that the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
the County of Somerset are hereby authorized to submit a grant application for the “Over the
Limit Under Arrest 2011 Statewide Crackdown” and enter into any contracts, agreements, or
other paperwork as necessary to accept grant funds should they be awarded from the New Jersey
Division of highway Traffic Safety.


                                           R11-406


      RESOLUTION FOR INSERTION OF SPECIAL ITEM OF REVENUE INTO THE
             BUDGET FOR DRUNK DRIVING ENFORCEMENT FUND
                                $3,000.00


                     WHEREAS, N.J.S. 40A:4-87 provides that the Director of the Division of
Local Government Services may approve the insertion of any special item of revenue in the
budget of any county or municipality when such item shall have been made available by law and
the amount thereof was not determined at the time of the adoption of the budget; and

                      WHEREAS, said Director may also approve the insertion of an item of
appropriation for equal amount.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset, New Jersey, hereby requests the Director of the Division
of Local Government Services to approve the insertion of an item of revenue in the budget of the
year 2011 in the sum of $3,000.00 which item is now available as a revenue from the New Jersey
Department of Law and Public Safety pursuant to the provision of statute; and

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a like sum of $3,000.00 is hereby
appropriated under the caption of “Drunk Driving Enforcement Fund . . . $3,000.00.”
                                              R11-407


      RESOLUTION FOR INSERTION OF SPECIAL ITEM OF REVENUE INTO THE
       BUDGET FOR CONSTRUCTION OF MOUNTAINAVENUEBRIDGE #K1102
                              $1,000,000.00


                     WHEREAS, N.J.S. 40A:4-87 provides that the Director of the Division of
Local Government Services may approve the insertion of any special item of revenue in the
budget of any county or municipality when such item shall have been made available by law and
the amount thereof was not determined at the time of the adoption of the budget; and

                      WHEREAS, said Director may also approve the insertion of an item of
appropriation for equal amount.

                     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset, New Jersey, hereby requests the Director of the Division
of Local Government Services to approve the insertion of an item of revenue in the budget of the
year 2011 in the sum of $1,000,000.00 which item is now available as a revenue from the New
Jersey Department of Transportation pursuant to the provision of statute; and

                     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a like sum of $1,000,000.00 is hereby
appropriated under the caption of “Construction of Mountain Avenue Bridge #K1102 . . .
$1,000,000.00.”



               UPON MOTION BY MRS. WALSH SECONDED BY MR.
SCAGLIONE THE CONSENT AGENDA WAS ADOPTED BY VOICE VOTE



               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                              R11-408


              RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AWARD OF CONTRACT TO
            THE REYNOLDS GROUP INC., FOR SURVEYING SERVICES AT
          BELLAVIA PROPERTY, LOT 47.25, BLOCK 9, FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP


                     WHEREAS, the County of Somerset properly advertised seeking Requests
for Proposals to furnish professional services for Surveying Services in accordance with
N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4, et seq.; and

                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted
budget of the County of Somerset, line item$5,500.00 (13-E050-801-02805-09-PL-A8010-08)
(Open Space Capital Funds); and

                      WHEREAS, there exists a need for Surveying Services at Bellavia
Property, Lot 47.25, Block 9, Franklin Township; and

                     WHEREAS, The Reynolds Group, Inc., 626 North Thompson Street,
Raritan, NJ08869 has submitted a proposal to perform the aforesaid services; and
                       WHEREAS, The Reynolds Group, Inc., 626 North Thompson Street,
Raritan, NJ08869 is a surveying services firm affording surveying services of the type and nature
required to properly carry out the aforesaid and their particular abilities and capacities have been
previously demonstrated in work in Somerset County and are recognized by the Office of the
Somerset County Engineer and by the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset as follows:

1.     That the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of
       Somerset are hereby authorized to enter into a contract with The Reynolds Group, Inc.,
       to perform the aforesaid surveying services and to be compensated in accordance with the
       fee schedule on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board. Total amount of this contract
       covering all fees, costs and disbursements, not to exceed $5,500.00 to be approved as to
       form and content by County Counsel.

2.     That the engagement of the above named have been in conformance with a Fair and Open
       Process for Exempt Service exception, Local Public Contract Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5 (1)
       (a) (i)Professional Services.

3.     The County, its officers and employees shall be added as an additional insured as to all
       coverage.

4.     Neither party shall be responsible for any resulting loss or obligation to fulfill duties as
       specified in any of the terms or provisions of this Agreement if the fulfillment of any
       term or provision of this Agreement is delayed or prevented by any revolutions,
       insurrections, riots, wars, acts of enemies, national emergencies, strikes, floods, fires, acts
       of God, or by any cause not within the control of the party whose performance is
       interfered with which by the exercise of reasonable diligence such party is unable to
       prevent or in the event the County of Somerset is unable to obtain funding for the project
       for which this contract pertains or in the event the source of funding is curtailed by any
       act of any governmental body, including the Somerset County Board of Chosen
       Freeholders. Additionally, if the fulfillment of any of the terms and provision of this
       Agreement is delayed or prevented by any court order, or action or injunction or other
       such agreement, this Agreement shall become voidable by the County of Somerset by
       notice to each party.

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a notice of contract award be
published in the Courier News as required by 40A:11-(1)(a)(i).



              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:


                                             R11-409


            RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AWARD OF CONTRACT TO
       HATCH MOTT MACDONALD FOR POST-CLOSURE ENGINEERING AND
      MONITORING SERVICES FOR DUKES PARKWAY LANDFILL LOCATED IN
            THE BOROUGH OF MANVILLE AND THE TOWNSHIP OF
       HILLSBOROUGH - WORK INCLUDES GROUNDWATER MONITORING,
          SUBSURFACE METHANE MONITORING, LANDFILL GAS GENT
        MONITORING AND PERFORMING QUARTERLY SITE INSPECTIONS
                     WHEREAS, the County of Somerset properly advertised seeking Requests
for Proposals to furnish professional services for Engineering Services in accordance with
N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4, et seq.; and

                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted
budget of the County of Somerset, line item (13-E050-801-02805-09-PL-A8010-10) (Open
Space Capital Funds)$105,800.00;and

                       WHEREAS, there exists a need for Post-Closure Engineering and
Monitoring Services for Dukes Parkway Landfill located in the Borough of Manville and the
Township of Hillsborough. Work includes groundwater monitoring, subsurface methane
monitoring, landfill gas gent monitoring and performing quarterly site inspections; and

                    WHEREAS, Hatch Mott MacDonald, 27 Bleeker Street, P. O. Box 1008,
Millburn, NJ07041hassubmitted a proposal to perform the aforesaid services; and

                      WHEREAS, Hatch Mott MacDonald, 27 Bleeker Street, P. O. Box 1008,
Millburn, NJ07041is an engineering services firm affording engineering services of the type and
nature required to properly carry out the aforesaid and their particular abilities and capacities
have been previously demonstrated in work in Somerset County and are recognized by the Office
of the Somerset County Engineer and by the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset as follows:

1.     That the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of
       Somerset are hereby authorized to enter into a contract with Hatch Mott MacDonald to
       perform the aforesaid engineering services and to be compensated in accordance with the
       fee schedule on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board. Total amount of this contract
       covering all fees, costs and disbursements, not to exceed $105,800.00 to be approved as
       to form and content by County Counsel.

2.     That the engagement of the above named have been in conformance with a Fair and Open
       Process for Exempt Service exception, Local Public Contract Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5 (1)
       (a) (i)Professional Services.

3.     The County, its officers and employees shall be added as an additional insured as to all
       coverage.

4.     Neither party shall be responsible for any resulting loss or obligation to fulfill duties as
       specified in any of the terms or provisions of this Agreement if the fulfillment of any
       term or provision of this Agreement is delayed or prevented by any revolutions,
       insurrections, riots, wars, acts of enemies, national emergencies, strikes, floods, fires, acts
       of God, or by any cause not within the control of the party whose performance is
       interfered with which by the exercise of reasonable diligence such party is unable to
       prevent or in the event the County of Somerset is unable to obtain funding for the project
       for which this contract pertains or in the event the source of funding is curtailed by any
       act of any governmental body, including the Somerset County Board of Chosen
       Freeholders. Additionally, if the fulfillment of any of the terms and provision of this
       Agreement is delayed or prevented by any court order, or action or injunction or other
       such agreement, this Agreement shall become voidable by the County of Somerset by
       notice to each party.

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a notice of contract award be
published in the Courier News as required by 40A:11-(1)(a)(i).
              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                              R11-410

             RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AWARD OF CONTRACT TO
            HATCH MOTT MACDONALD FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN
              SERVICES FOR THE 911 COMMUNICATIONS CENTER
            EXPANSION AT 40 NORTH BRIDGE STREET, SOMERVILLE
        BOROUGH INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

                     WHEREAS, the County of Somerset properly advertised seeking Requests
for Proposals to furnish professional services for Engineering Services in accordance with
N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4, et seq.; and

                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted
budget of the County of Somerset, line item (04-A071-454-08002-07-PL-P0010-18) (County
Capital Funds)$114,547.00;and

                      WHEREAS, there exists a need for Engineering Design Services for the
911 Communications Center expansion at 40 North Bridge Street, Somerville Borough.
Including construction administration services; and

                    WHEREAS, Hatch Mott MacDonald, 27 Bleeker Street, P. O. Box 1008,
Millburn, NJ07041has submitted a proposal to perform the aforesaid services; and

                      WHEREAS, Hatch Mott MacDonald, 27 Bleeker Street, P. O. Box 1008,
Millburn, NJ07041is an engineering services firm affording engineering services of the type and
nature required to properly carry out the aforesaid and their particular abilities and capacities
have been previously demonstrated in work in Somerset County and are recognized by the Office
of the Somerset County Engineer and by the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset as follows:

1.     That the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of
       Somerset are hereby authorized to enter into a contract with Hatch Mott MacDonald, to
       perform the aforesaid engineering services and to be compensated in accordance with the
       fee schedule on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board. Total amount of this contract
       covering all fees, costs and disbursements, not to exceed $114,547.00 to be approved as
       to form and content by County Counsel.

2.     That the engagement of the above named have been in conformance with a Fair and Open
       Process for Exempt Service exception, Local Public Contract Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5 (1)
       (a) (i)Professional Services.

3.     The County, its officers and employees shall be added as an additional insured as to all
       coverage.
4.     Neither party shall be responsible for any resulting loss or obligation to fulfill duties as
       specified in any of the terms or provisions of this Agreement if the fulfillment of any
       term or provision of this Agreement is delayed or prevented by any revolutions,
       insurrections, riots, wars, acts of enemies, national emergencies, strikes, floods, fires, acts
       of God, or by any cause not within the control of the party whose performance is
       interfered with which by the exercise of reasonable diligence such party is unable to
       prevent or in the event the County of Somerset is unable to obtain funding for the project
       for which this contract pertains or in the event the source of funding is curtailed by any
       act of any governmental body, including the Somerset County Board of Chosen
       Freeholders. Additionally, if the fulfillment of any of the terms and provision of this
       Agreement is delayed or prevented by any court order, or action or injunction or other
       such agreement, this Agreement shall become voidable by the County of Somerset by
       notice to each party.

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a notice of contract award be
published in the Courier News as required by 40A:11-(1)(a)(i).




              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                              R11-411


              RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AWARD OF CONTRACT TO
            FRENCH & PARRELLO ASSOCIATES, P.A. FOR PROFESSIONAL
            ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES ASSOCIATED WITH
               OPEN SPACE ACQUISITIONS ON AN AS NEEDED BASIS

                     WHEREAS, the County of Somerset properly advertised seeking Requests
for Proposals to furnish professional services for engineering services in accordance with
N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4, et seq.; and

                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted
budget of the County of Somerset, line item (13-E050-801-02805-09-PL-A8010-23) (Open
Space Capital Funds)$25,000.00; and

                     WHEREAS, there exists a need for Professional Environmental
Assessment Services associated with Open Space Acquisitions on an as needed basis; and

                     WHEREAS, French & Parrello Associates, P.A., 1800 Route 34, Suite
101, Wall, New Jersey07719 has submitted a proposal to perform the aforesaid services; and

                      WHEREAS, French &Pirelli Associates, P.A., 1800 Route 34, Suite 101,
Wall, New Jersey07719 is an engineering services firm affording engineering services of the
type and nature required to properly carry out the aforesaid and their particular abilities and
capacities have been previously demonstrated in work in Somerset County and are recognized by
the Office of the Somerset County Engineer and by the Somerset County Board of Chosen
Freeholders.
                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset as follows:

1.     That the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of
       Somerset are hereby authorized to enter into a contract with French &Pirelli Associates,
       P.A., to perform the aforesaid engineering services and to be compensated in accordance
       with the fee schedule on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board. Total amount of this
       contract covering all fees, costs and disbursements, not to exceed $25,000.00 to be
       approved as to form and content by County Counsel.

2.     That the engagement of the above named have been in conformance with a Fair and Open
       Process for Exempt Service exception, Local Public Contract Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5 (1)
       (a) (i) Professional Services.

3.     The County, its officers and employees shall be added as an additional insured as to all
       coverage.

4.     Neither party shall be responsible for any resulting loss or obligation to fulfill duties as
       specified in any of the terms or provisions of this Agreement if the fulfillment of any
       term or provision of this Agreement is delayed or prevented by any revolutions,
       insurrections, riots, wars, acts of enemies, national emergencies, strikes, floods, fires, acts
       of God, or by any cause not within the control of the party whose performance is
       interfered with which by the exercise of reasonable diligence such party is unable to
       prevent or in the event the County of Somerset is unable to obtain funding for the project
       for which this contract pertains or in the event the source of funding is curtailed by any
       act of any governmental body, including the Somerset County Board of Chosen
       Freeholders. Additionally, if the fulfillment of any of the terms and provision of this
       Agreement is delayed or prevented by any court order, or action or injunction or other
       such agreement, this Agreement shall become voidable by the County of Somerset by
       notice to each party.

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a notice of contract award be
published in the Courier News as required by 40A:11-(1)(a)(i).


              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                              R11-412

                                 RESOLUTION
        PROVIDE X-RAY & LABORATORY SERVICES TO SOMERSET COUNTY
                          TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL CLINIC
              AUTHORIZE NEGOTIATED CONTRACT #CC-0098-11-R
                     APRIL 30, 2011 TO DECEMBER 3, 2011
       CURRENT FEES JANUARY 1 2012 TO DECEMBER 31 2014 ADJUSTED FEES

                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted budget of
the County of Somerset, line item (01-0201-699-09411-11) not to exceed $31,400.00; and

                      WHEREAS, bids were advertised on two occasions, March 29, 2011 for
receipt April 12 and April 19 for receipt May 3, 2011, and
                     WHEREAS, no bids were received on either occasion; and

                     WHEREAS, Pursuant to NJSA 40A:11-5 (3), Local Public Contracts Law
Bid Exceptions permits a contract for which there are no bids on two occasions to be negotiated
and awarded upon adoption of a resolution by a two-thirds affirmative vote of the authorized
membership of the governing body; and

                     WHEREAS, Somerset Medical Center is the sole provider for X-Ray &
Laboratory Services to Somerset County Tuberculosis Control Clinic and the Health Director
recommends a contract for the following:

                                  Somerset Medical Center
                           110 Rehill Avenue, Somerville, NJ08876
                              908-685-2803 Fax: 908-685-2684
                     Second year contingent upon availability of funding.

                   April 30 – December 3, 2011
                        CHEST X-RAYS:                                  Unit Price
   1     Single view and reading                           $143.97
   2     Two views and reading                             $246.62
   3     CT Scan
   4     CT without IV contrast
   5     CT with IV contrast
                   LABORATORY TESTING:
   1     Blood Collection                                  $16.50
   2     Comprehensive META                                $38.50
   3     CBC (+Platelet COU)                               $16.50
   4     Glycohemoglobin                                   $22.00
   5     Acute Hepatitis PA                                $60.50
   6     Hepatitis A & B Screening
   7     HIV Screening / Testing
   8      TB Culture (digestion, identification, and       $27.50
         sensitivity)

                 January 1, 2012 to April 30, 2014
                        CHEST X-RAYS:                                  Unit Price
   1     Single view and reading                           $150.45
   2     Two views and reading                             $257.72
   3     CT Scan
   4     CT without IV contrast
   5     CT with IV contrast
                   LABORATORY TESTING:
   1     Blood Collection                                  $17.25
   2     Comprehensive META                                $40.24
   3     CBC (+Platelet COU)                               $17.25
   4     Glycohemoglobin                                   $22.99
   5     Acute Hepatitis PA                                $63.23
   6     Hepatitis A & B Screening
   7     HIV Screening / Testing
   8      TB Culture (digestion, identification, and       $28.74
         sensitivity)

                     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that Somerset Medical Center be awarded a contract for
Providing X-Ray & Laboratory Services to Somerset County Tuberculosis Control Clinic; and

                     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
the County of Somerset that the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized to
execute the proper contract and the Purchasing Agent is hereby authorized to issue Purchase
Orders as needed.
              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:


                                             R11-413


    RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXTENSION OF EXISTING CONTRACT (R10-451)
         FOR AN ADDITIONAL PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED SIX (6) MONTHS
             INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER, CONTRACT #CC-46-08


                      WHEREAS, sealed proposals were originally received, opened and read in
pubic on June 10, 2008 at 1:30 P.M. prevailing time for Internet Service Provider, Contract
#CC-46-08, R08-570; extended for the second year July 21, 2009, R09-580 and for the third and
final year R10-451 on July 13, 2010; and

                      WHEREAS, Paetec, 6 Commerce Drive, Cranford, NJ07016-3515 was
awarded a contract for these services.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that the bid as submitted by Paetec be and is hereby
extended for a period not to exceed six (6) months until an award on the new bid received can be
made; and

                     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
the County of Somerset that the Purchasing Agent is hereby authorized to issue Purchase Orders
as needed.



              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:


                                             R11-414


      RESOLUTIONAUTHORIZING STATE CONTRACT ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
         AGREEMENT FOR COMPUTER RELATED NETWORK EQUIPMENT


                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer has certified in writing the
availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this resolution, such certification on file with
the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted budget of the
County of Somerset, line item (01-0201-109-09401-11) $105,189.91; and
                     WHEREAS, the County of Somerset MIS Division wishes to purchase a
one year maintenance agreement for various pieces of computer related network equipment and
licensing from an authorized vendor under the State of New Jersey Co-operative Purchasing
Program 1-NJCP; and

                       WHEREAS, the purchase of goods and services by local contracting units
is authorized by the Local Public Contracts Law N.J.S. 40:11-12; and

                       WHEREAS, E Plus Technology Inc, 4 Crossroads Center, Hamilton,
NJ08691 has been awarded New Jersey State Contract No. A73979 as an authorized dealer /
distributor for Data Communications Equipment and Associated OEM Maintenance; and

                      WHEREAS, the Director of MIS recommends the utilization of this
Contract on the grounds that it represents the best price available through the State Contract; and

                     WHEREAS, the actual cost for the purchase of one year maintenance
agreement for various pieces of computer related network equipment and licensing is expected
not to exceed $105,189.91.

                     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that the Purchasing Agent is hereby authorized to issue a
Purchase Order.



              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                              R11-415


                               RESOLUTION
     THIRD YEAR OF THREE-YEAR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT
      ONE U.P.S, TWO SEALED BATTERIES FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
                           CONTRACT #CC-24-09


                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted
budget of the County of Somerset, line item (01-0201-385-05817-11) $8,979.00; and

                    WHEREAS, sealed proposals were originally received, opened and read in
public on Wednesday, May 27, 2009 at 2:30 P.M. prevailing time for Preventive Maintenance
Agreement One U.P.S, Two Sealed Batteries for Emergency Management, Contract #CC-24-09;
and

                   WHEREAS, Weissco Solutions LLC, 16 Tall Timber Drive, Califon,
NJ07830 has met the requirements of the County specifications during the first and second
terms.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that the bid as submitted by Weissco Solutions LLC be
and is hereby extended for the third consecutive year for:
                        Preventive Maintenance Agreement One U.P.S,
             Two Sealed Batteries for Emergency Management, Contract #CC-24-09

 A.    One UPS, Two Sealed Battery

       Year 2 Commencing May, 2010$8,979.00
       Year 3 Commencing May, 2011$8,979.00

 B. Rate Schedule on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board for services outside the scope of
    the annual preventive maintenance with exception that the County of Somerset will not
    pay Service Fees or Finance Charges – Signed Voucher Required.

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
the County of Somerset that the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized to
execute the proper contract and the Purchasing Agent is hereby authorized to issue a Purchase
Order per bid proposal and specifications approved as to form by County Counsel.



              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                              R11-416


        RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PURCHASE FROM OPEN END CONTRACT
        WOLFINGTON BODY COMPANY, R11-058 ADOPTED FEBRUARY 9, 2011


                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted
budget of the County of Somerset, line item (02-G378-683-05102-10) $64,500.00 and(02-G384-
683-05102-09) $4,490.00; and

                    WHEREAS, Wolfington Body Co., 1315 Route 38, Hainesport, NJ 08060
was awarded Contract #CC-9002-10 pursuant to R11-058; and

                     WHEREAS, the Director of Transportation requested a Purchase Order to
Wolfington Body Co. in the amount of $68,990.00 for (1) 20 Ambulatory or 16 Ambulatory / 2
Wheelchair Position Bus.

                    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board of
Chosen Freeholders of the County of Somerset that Wolfington Body Co. be issued a Purchase
Order for (1) 20 Ambulatory or 16 Ambulatory / 2 Wheelchair Position Bus for a total of
$68,990.00
              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                              R11-417


                               RESOLUTION
           CONSTRUCTION OF PAVILION AT KNOB HILL, COLONIAL PARK,
                  FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, CONTRACT NO. 11011


                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted
budget of the County of Somerset, line item(Parks Capital Funds) (34-CP09-CN1-08002-09-PL-
CP011-08)$238,183.00; and

                      WHEREAS, sealed proposals were received, opened and read in public on
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 at 3:30 P.M. prevailing time for Construction of Pavilion at Knob Hill,
Colonial Park, Franklin Township, Contract No. 11011; and

                       WHEREAS, three (3) bidders submitted proposals; and

                      WHEREAS, the bids were reviewed by the County Engineer and it was
determined that the low bid as submitted by Berto Construction Inc., 625 Leesville Avenue,
Rahway, NJ 07065meets the requirements of the County specifications.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that the bid as submitted by Berto Construction Inc. be
and is hereby accepted based on the lowest total cost for:

            Construction of Pavilion at Knob Hill, Colonial Park, Franklin Township,
                                       Contract No. 11011
                                            $238,183.00

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
the County of Somerset that the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized to
execute the proper contract and the Purchasing Agent upon receipt of a Performance Bond and
Payment Bond in the amount of $238,183.00 is hereby authorized to issue a Purchase Order per
bid proposal and specifications approved as to form by County Counsel.



              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE
               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                              R11-418


                            RESOLUTION
   GAISER BARN ROOF AND GUTTERS, 40 REINMAN RD, TOWNSHIP OF WARREN
                         CONTRACT NO. 11015


                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted
budget of the County of Somerset, line item (Parks Capital Funds)(34-CP09-GM3-05806-09-PL-
WB004-20) $68,908.75; and

                    WHEREAS, sealed proposals were received, opened and read in public on
Thursday, June 16, 2011 at 3:00 P.M. prevailing time for Gaiser Barn Roof and Gutters, 40
Reinman Rd, Township of Warren, Contract No. 11015; and

                       WHEREAS, four (4) bidders submitted proposals; and

                       WHEREAS, the bids were reviewed by the County Engineer and it was
determined that the bid as submitted by Northeast Roof Maintenance Inc., 649 Catherine Street,
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 meets the requirements of the County specifications.

                       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that the bid as submitted by Northeast Roof Maintenance
Inc. be and is hereby accepted based on the lowest total cost for:

              Gaiser Barn Roof and Gutters, 40 Reinman Rd, Township of Warren
                                    Contract No. 11015
                                         $68,908.75

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
the County of Somerset that the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized to
execute the proper contract and the Purchasing Agent upon receipt of a Performance Bond and
Payment Bond in the amount of $68,908.75 is hereby authorized to issue a Purchase Order per
bid proposal and specifications approved as to form by County Counsel.


              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:


                                              R11-419


                               RESOLUTION
         INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS AT MOUNT HOREB ROAD, CR 618,
        AND KING GEORGE ROAD, LOCATED IN THE TOWNSHIP OF WARREN
                           CONTRACT NO. 11003
                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the duly adopted
budget of the County of Somerset, line item(04-A041-454-08019-04-PL-TVAR2-23)(County
Capital Funds)$195,333.00; and

                    WHEREAS, sealed proposals were received, opened and read in public on
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 at 2:30 P.M. prevailing time for Intersection Improvements at Mount
Horeb Road, CR 618, and King George Road, located in the Township of Warren, Contract No.
11003; and
                    WHEREAS, six (6) bidders submitted proposals; and

                      WHEREAS, the bids were reviewed by the County Engineer and it was
determined that the low bid as submitted by Zuccaro Inc., 248 Alberta Drive, Saddle Brook, New
Jersey 07663meets the requirements of the County specifications.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that the bid as submitted by Zuccaro Inc. be and is hereby
accepted based on the lowest total cost for:

       Intersection Improvements at Mount Horeb Road, CR 618, and King George Road,
                     located in the Township of Warren, Contract No. 11003
                                            $195,333.00

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
the County of Somerset that the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized to
execute the proper contract and the Purchasing Agent upon receipt of a Performance Bond and
Payment Bond in the amount of $195,333.00 is hereby authorized to issue a Purchase Order per
bid proposal and specifications approved as to form by County Counsel.



              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER, WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


              MR.  SCAGLIONE    INTRODUCED                                 THE       FOLLOWING
RESOLUTION AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:


                                              R11-420


                 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER #3
        R10-836 ADOPTED DECEMBER 14, 2010 STATE CONTRACT PURCHASE
           OF RADIO COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES


                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for pending adoption of
the 2011 budget of the County of Somerset, line items (04 A040 454 05403 04 PLE3850-18)
$91,910.35; (04 A050 454 05403 05 PLE3850-18) $123,016.14; (04 A060 454 05403 06
PLE3850-18) $124,105.52; (04 A070 454 05403 07 PLE3850-18) $36,150.64; (04 A100 454
05403 10 PLE3850-18) $20,000.00; (04 A101 454 05403 10 PLE3850-18) $1,746,893.45; and

                       WHEREAS, Motorola Communications & Electronics, Inc., P.O. Box
305, Bordentown, NJ 085050-0305 has been awarded New Jersey State Contract No A53805 as
an authorized dealer for Radio Communication Equipment and Accessories; and
                     WHEREAS, the amount of Change Order #3 does not exceed 20% of the
original amount.

Original Contract – R10-836               $2,291,276.10
Change Order #1:
                    Equipment Additions    $8,190.40
       Equipment Reductions($ 157,390.40)
Total Reduction                  $ 149,200.00
New Total:                                $2,142,076.10

Change Order #2:
             Equipment Reduction ($16.00)
             Labor Additions     $3,644.50
             Equipment Additions   $5,452.00

Change Order #3:
      Equipment & labor Additions       $9,718.80

New Total:    $2,160,875.40

                     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that the aforesaid change order are hereby approved and
accepted by the County of Somerset; and

                       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
the County of Somerset that the Financial Director is hereby authorized to issue a change order
decreasing the costs as listed above.



               THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. CIATTARELLI WAS
ON ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:         SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:         NONE
ABSENT:       NONE


              MR.  SCAGLIONE    INTRODUCED                            THE      FOLLOWING
RESOLUTION AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                           R11-421


                       RESOLUTION ALLOCATING $20,000.00
             WITH VARIOUS MUNICIPAL YOUTH SERVICES COMMISSIONS
             FOR THE PERIOD OF JANUARY 1, 2011 TO DECEMBER 31, 2011


                     WHEREAS, the Office of Youth Services issued a request for proposals
on April 1, 2011 and proposals were received from Bound Brook/South Bound Brook Borough,
Franklin Township, Montgomery/Rocky Hill Township and Watchung Township; and

                     WHEREAS, proposals were reviewed on June 9, 2011 by the Municipal
Youth Services Proposal Review Committee; and

                    WHEREAS, the committee wishes to recommend that $7,000.00 be
awarded to Bound Brook Borough; $10,000.00 be awarded to Franklin Township; and $3,000.00
to Watchung Township; and
                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the 2011 budget of
the County of Somerset.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset does hereby authorize the Director and the Deputy Clerk
of the Board to execute a letter of agreement with the following municipalities and/or townships
$7,000.00 to Bound Brook Borough,$10,000.00 to Franklin Township, and $3,000.00 to
Watchung Township.




               THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. CIATTARELLI WAS
ON ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


              MR.  SCAGLIONE    INTRODUCED                                 THE       FOLLOWING
RESOLUTION AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                              R11-422


                       RESOLUTION ALLOCATING $80,000.00
              TO VARIOUS MUNICIPAL YOUTH SERVICES COMMISSIONS
             FOR THE PERIOD OF JANUARY 1, 2011 TO DECEMBER 31, 2011


                       WHEREAS, the Chief Financial officer of Somerset County has certified
in writing the availability of funds for the purposes set forth in this Resolution, such certification
on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board, and such funds are provided for in the 2011 budget of
the County of Somerset.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset does hereby authorize the Director and the Deputy Clerk
of the Board to execute a letter of agreement with the following municipalities and/or townships
(a) Annual Grant of $5,000 to each of the following townships/municipalities Bedminster
Township, Bernards Township, Bernardsville Borough, Bound Brook Borough, Branchburg
Township, Bridgewater Township, Franklin Township, Green Brook Township, Hillsborough
Township, Manville Borough, Montgomery Township, North Plainfield Borough, Somerville
Borough, South Bound Brook Borough, Warren Township, and Watchung Township for a total
of $80,000.00 a copy of which is on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board.



               THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. CIATTARELLI WAS
ON ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:
                                          R11-423


             RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF CLAIMS WITH A
                        GRAND TOTAL OF $8,552,152.02


                       BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of
Somerset ratifies the payment of claims for:

         CHECK NUMBER                       AMOUNT                        DATE
             197996                         $59,265.57                JUNE 29, 2011
          198316-198326                    $415,816.37                 JULY 6, 2011
          198568-198569                     $9,220.24                  JULY 8, 2011




                            TOTAL $484,302.18

                     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County Treasurer is hereby
authorized to pay:

         CHECK NUMBER                    AMOUNT                         DATE
          197997-198315                 $6,898,228.41                JULY 8, 2011
          198570-198721                 $1,169,621.43               JULY 15, 2011



                            TOTAL       $8,067,849.84

including Capital Expenditures and said checks having been reviewed and certified for payment
by a majority of the members of the Board.



              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. PALMER WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:         SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:         NONE
ABSENT:       NONE
ABSTAIN:      PALMER: 198268, 198291
              ZABOROWSKI: 198144, 198318



               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:


                                          R11-424


        RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF ADDENDUM NO. 2
             TO MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENT S003 BETWEEN THE
              COUNTY OF SOMERSET AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY
             JUDICIARY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS


                      WHEREAS, the County of Somerset desires to enter into an Addendum
and Modification to the Master Service Agreement previously entered into with the State of New
Jersey Judiciary Administration Office of the Courts (AOC) for certain services that are
performed by the County for the Superior Court of New Jersey, Somerset County Vicinage; and
                    WHEREAS, an Agreement was previously executed by the parties as
authorized by Resolution R10-506, dated July 27, 2010, which Agreement required periodic
amendments for changed circumstances.

                       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Somerset County Board
of Chosen Freeholders that the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders
are hereby authorized to execute the Addendum No. 2 to Master Service Agreement S003 with
regard to the provision of certain modifications to the original Agreement dated July 27, 2010, a
copy of which Agreement is on file with the Deputy Clerk of the Board; and

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution shall take effect
beginning July 1, 2011.



               THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. CIATTARELLI WAS
ON ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:         SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:         NONE
ABSENT:       NONE


               MRS. WALSH INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                           R11-425


   RESOLUTION COMBINING BONDS AGGREGATING THE PRINCIPAL SUM OF
 $18,085,000 AUTHORIZED BY FIVE BOND ORDINANCES HERETOFORE ADOPTED
TO FINANCE PART OF THE COST OF VARIOUS GENERAL IMPROVEMENTS IN THE
   COUNTY OF SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY INTO ONE CONSOLIDATED ISSUE OF
BONDS AND PROVIDING FOR THE FORM, MATURITIES AND OTHER DETAILS OF
                        SAID CONSOLIDATED ISSUE.

                                    Adopted: July 12, 2011

        WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Somerset, New Jersey
(the “County”), has heretofore adopted five bond ordinances authorizing bonds to finance part
of the cost of various general improvements in said County; and

       WHEREAS, it is necessary to issue bonds pursuant to said ordinances in an aggregate
principal amount of $18,085,000 and it is deemed advisable and in the best interests of the
County, for the purpose of orderly marketing of said bonds and for other financial reasons, to
combine the bonds authorized under said five bond ordinances into one consolidated issue in the
aggregate principal amount of $18,085,000 pursuant to the Local Bond Law, constituting
Chapter 2 of Title 40A of the Revised Statutes of New Jersey; NOW, THEREFORE,

     BE IT RESOLVED BY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY
OF SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY that:

       Section 1. There shall be issued bonds of the County in the following principal amounts
pursuant to the following bond ordinances:

       A.    $4,000,000 being a portion of the bonds authorized by a bond ordinance entitled:
(Ord. #R07-363)
       “BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION OF
       $13,469,000 FOR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS AND PURPOSES FOR
       AND BY THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY, AND
       AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $12,500,000 BONDS OR NOTES
       OF SOMERSET COUNTY FOR FINANCING PART OF THE COST
       THEREOF.”

heretofore finally adopted. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 15.05 years..

       B.    $6,085,000 being a portion of the bonds authorized by a bond ordinance entitled:
(Ord. #R08-300)

       “BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION OF
       $18,990,000 FOR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS AND PURPOSES FOR
       AND BY THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY, AND
       AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $18,085,000 BONDS OR NOTES
       OF SOMERSET COUNTY.”

heretofore finally adopted. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 19.63 years.

       C.    $6,000,000 being a portion of the bonds authorized by a bond ordinance entitled:
(Ord. #R09-333)

       “BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATION OF
       $16,748,000 FOR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS AND PURPOSES FOR
       AND BY THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY, AND
       AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $14,150,000 BONDS OR NOTES
       OF SOMERSET COUNTY FOR FINANCING PART OF THE COST
       THEREOF.”

       As amended and restated by a bond ordinance entitled (Ord. #R09-456)

       “BOND ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RESTATING BOND
       ORDINANCE NO. 09-333 HERETOFORE FINALLY ADOPTED ON
       MAY 5, 2009 WHICH AMENDATORY BOND ORDINANCE
       AMENDS THE DESCRIPTION OF THE IMPROVEMENTS
       DESCRIBED THEREIN AND PROVIDES FOR A SUPPLEMENTAL
       APPROPRIATION OF $5,050,000 FOR AND BY THE COUNTY OF
       SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY AND AUTHORIZES THE ISSUANCE OF
       AN ADDITIONAL $5,050,000 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY
       FOR FINANCING PART OF THE APPROPRIATION.”

heretofore finally adopted. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 21.10 years.

       D.    $2,000,000 being a portion of the bonds authorized by a bond ordinance entitled:
(Ord. #R10-509)

       “BOND ORDINANCE FOR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS AND
       PURPOSES FOR AND BY THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET, NEW
       JERSEY, AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $15,000,000
       BONDS OR NOTES OF SOMERSET COUNTY FOR FINANCING
       PART OF THE COST THREOF.”

heretofore finally adopted. The period of usefulness stated in said ordinance is 21.87 years.

       Section 2. The bonds referred to in Section 1 hereof are hereby combined into one
consolidated issue of bonds in the aggregate principal amount of $18,085,000 and are
sometimes hereinafter collectively referred to as the “Bonds.” The Bonds referred to in
subsections A through D shall each be designated “General Improvement Bonds, Series 2011”
and shall be numbered with the prefix G from one consecutively upward. The Bonds of said
consolidated issue shall be dated the date of delivery, and will be issued in fully registered form.
When issued, the Bonds will be registered in the name of and held by Cede & Co., as the owner
thereof and nominee for The Depository Trust Company, New York, New York (“DTC”), an
automated depository for securities and clearinghouse for securities transactions.
        Upon issuance, the Bonds will be delivered to DTC in single denominations for each
maturity of the Bonds. Individual purchases of beneficial interests in the Bonds will be made in
book-entry form (without certificates) in the denomination of $5,000 each or integral multiples
thereof.

      Principal of the Bonds will be paid annually, subject to prior optional redemption, on
August 1 in each of the following years and in the following aggregate amounts:

       Year             Principal Amount                     Year           Principal Amount
       2012                $1,205,000                         2020            $1,205,000
       2013                 1,205,000                         2021              1,205,000
       2014                 1,205,000                         2022              1,205,000
       2015                 1,205,000                         2023              1,205,000
       2016                 1,205,000                         2024              1,205,000
       2017                 1,205,000                         2025              1,205,000
       2018                 1,205,000                         2026              1,215,000
       2019                 1,205,000

        The Bonds maturing on or prior to August 1, 2021 shall not be subject to redemption
prior to their respective maturity dates. The Bonds maturing on or after August 1, 2022 shall be
subject to redemption prior to their respective maturity dates, on or after August 1, 2021 at the
option of the County, either in whole or in part at any time in any order of maturity at par (the
“Redemption Price”) and accrued interest thereon to the date of redemption.

        Notice of Redemption shall be given by publishing such notice once a week for two (2)
successive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation that carries financial news, is printed in
the English language and is customarily published on each business day in the State of New
York, the first of such publications to be at least thirty (30) but not more than sixty (60) days
before the date fixed for redemption. A Notice of Redemption shall also be mailed by first class
mail in a sealed envelope with postage prepaid to the registered owners of such Bonds at their
respective addresses as they last appear on the registration books kept for that purpose by the
County. However, so long as DTC (or any successor thereto) acts as Securities Depository for
the Bonds, Notices of Redemption shall be sent to such depository and shall not be sent to the
beneficial owners of the Bonds, nor shall the notice be published as provided herein. Any failure
of such depository to advise any of its participants or any failure of any participant to notify any
beneficial owner of any Notice of Redemption shall not affect the validity of the redemption
proceedings. If the County determines to redeem a portion of the Bonds of a maturity, such
Bonds shall be selected by the County by lot. If Notice of Redemption has been given as
described herein, the Bonds, or the portion thereof called for redemption, shall be due and
payable on the date fixed for redemption at the Redemption Price, together with accrued interest
to the date fixed for redemption. Payment shall be made upon surrender of the Bonds redeemed.

       Section 3.It is hereby found, determined and declared that the average period of
usefulness of the improvements or purposes for which said Bonds are to be issued, taking into
consideration the amount of such Bonds to be issued for said improvements or purposes, is
19.35 years.

        Section 4.The Bonds shall bear interest from their date based on their outstanding
principal amount at a rate to be determined as hereinafter set forth in Section 6 of this
resolution, and shall be payable as to principal in lawful money of the United States of America
at the administration office of the County of Somerset, New Jersey, payable annually on the first
day of February and August, in each year until maturity or optional redemption, commencing on
February 1, 2012, by check or draft mailed on such interest payment date to the owners thereof
registered as such as of each next preceding January 15 and July 15. Interest on the Bonds shall
be calculated on the basis of a 360-day year of twelve 30-day calendar months.

        Notwithstanding any other provision herein to the contrary, so long as DTC or its
nominee, Cede & Co., is the registered owner of the Bonds, payments of the principal of and
interest on the Bonds will be made directly to Cede & Co., as nominee of DTC in accordance
with the provisions of the DTC Letter of Representations to be executed by the County and
DTC. Disbursal of such payments to the DTC participants is the responsibility of DTC, and
disbursal of such payments to the beneficial owners of the Bonds is the responsibility of the
DTC participants.

       Section 5. The Bonds shall be signed by the Director or Deputy Director of the Board of
Chosen Freeholders and the County’s Chief Financial Officer, by their manual or facsimile
signatures, and the corporate seal of the County shall be affixed thereto, or imprinted or
reproduced thereon and shall be attested by the manual or facsimile signature of the Clerk or
Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders.

        Section 6. The County Chief Financial Officer is hereby authorized and directed to take
all actions necessary to offer the Bonds for public sale upon the submission of electronic
proposals in accordance with all applicable statutes and to determine in his discretion the date
for receipt for such proposals, all in accordance with the terms set forth in the Notice of Sale.
The County Chief Financial Officer is also authorized and delegated the authority to adjust the
maturity schedule of the Bonds in accordance with all applicable statutes relating thereto. The
County Chief Financial Officer is further hereby authorized and delegated the authority to sell
and award the Bonds in accordance with the terms of the Notice of Sale and directed to report in
writing to the Board of Chosen Freeholders at the next meeting succeeding the date when any
sale or delivery of the Bonds pursuant to this resolution is made, such report to include the
principal amount, description, interest rates and maturities of the Bonds sold, the price obtained
and the name of the purchaser. The “Notice of Sale” shall comply in all respects with the
applicable statutes relating thereto and shall be substantially in the form attached hereto as
Exhibit A, with such additions, modifications or deletions as determined by the County Chief
Financial Officer. The Notice of Sale shall be published in a newspaper published and
circulated in the County as the County Chief Financial Officer may select and a summary of the
Notice of Sale shall be published in The Bond Buyer at least once no less than seven (7) days
prior to the date of public sale. The County Chief Financial Officer is authorized and delegated
the authority to postpone a public sale without readvertisement in accordance with all applicable
statutes relating thereto.

       Section 7. The Bonds and the registration provisions endorsed thereon shall be in
substantially the following form:

No. 2011 G-__                 CUSIP:

                               UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
                                 STATE OF NEW JERSEY

                              COUNTY OF SOMERSET
                     GENERAL IMPROVEMENT BOND, SERIES 2011

Date of Bond: August 24, 2011                                         Principal Amount: $

Date of Maturity: August 1, 20__                                             Interest Rate:   %

        The COUNTY OF SOMERSET, a municipal corporation of the State of New Jersey,
(the “County”) hereby acknowledges itself indebted and for value received promises to pay to
Cede & Co., or registered assigns, the sum specified above as the Principal Amount on the date
specified above as the Date of Maturity, upon presentation and surrender of this bond, and to
pay to the registered owner hereof interest on such sum, from the Date of Bond specified above
until the Date of Maturity specified above, at the Interest Rate specified above payable on
February 1, 2012 and thereafter semi-annually on the first day of August and February in each
year. Principal of this bond will be paid in lawful money of the United States of America, at the
administration office of the County of Somerset in Somerville, New Jersey. Interest on this
bond will be payable in lawful money of the United States of America by check or draft mailed
on such interest payment date to the registered owner hereof as shown on the books of the
County kept for such purpose by the Chief Financial Officer of the County (the “Bond
Registrar”) as of the fifteenth day of the month preceding the date on which the payment of
interest is to be made.

        All of the Bonds, of which this Bond is one, shall be initially issued as one fully
registered bond for each maturity in the name of Cede & Co., as registered owner and nominee
for The Depository Trust Company (“DTC”). Notwithstanding any other provision herein to
the contrary, so long as DTC or its nominee, Cede & Co., is the registered owner of the Bonds,
payments of the principal of and interest on the Bonds will be made directly to Cede & Co., as
nominee of DTC in accordance with the provisions of the DTC Letter of Representations
executed by the County and DTC relating to the Bonds. Disbursal of such payments to the DTC
participants is the responsibility of DTC, and disbursal of such payments to the beneficial
owners of the Bonds is the responsibility of the DTC participants.

        The Bonds maturing on or prior to August 1, 2021 shall not be subject to redemption
prior to their respective maturity dates. The Bonds maturing on or after August 1, 2022 shall be
subject to redemption prior to their respective maturity dates, on or after August 1, 2021 at the
option of the County, either in whole or in part at any time in any order of maturity at par (the
“Redemption Price”) and accrued interest thereon to the date of redemption.

        Notice of Redemption shall be given by publishing such notice once a week for two (2)
successive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation that carries financial news, is printed in
the English language and is customarily published on each business day in the State of New
York, the first of such publications to be at least thirty (30) but not more than sixty (60) days
before the date fixed for redemption. A Notice of Redemption shall also be mailed by first class
mail in a sealed envelope with postage prepaid to the registered owners of such Bonds at their
respective addresses as they last appear on the registration books kept for that purpose by the
County. However, so long as DTC (or any successor thereto) acts as Securities Depository for
the Bonds, Notices of Redemption shall be sent to such depository and shall not be sent to the
beneficial owners of the Bonds, nor shall the notice be published as provided herein. Any failure
of such depository to advise any of its participants or any failure of any participant to notify any
beneficial owner of any Notice of Redemption shall not affect the validity of the redemption
proceedings. If the County determines to redeem a portion of the Bonds of a maturity, such
Bonds shall be selected by the County by lot. If Notice of Redemption has been given as
described herein, the Bonds, or the portion thereof called for redemption, shall be due and
payable on the date fixed for redemption at the Redemption Price, together with accrued interest
to the date fixed for redemption. Payment shall be made upon surrender of the Bonds redeemed.

        This bond is transferable only upon the books of the Bond Registrar, by the registered
owner hereof in person or by his attorney duly authorized in writing, upon surrender hereof
together with a written instrument of transfer satisfactory to the Bond Registrar duly executed
by the registered owner or such duly authorized attorney, and thereupon the County shall issue
in the name of the transferee a new bond or bonds of the same aggregate principal amount,
series, designation, maturity and interest rate as the surrendered bond. The County and any
paying agent of the County may treat and consider the person in whose name this bond is
registered as the holder and absolute owner hereof for the purpose of receiving payment of, or
on account of, the principal and interest due hereon and for all other purposes whatsoever.

        This bond is one of an authorized issue of bonds of the County and is issued pursuant to
the Local Bond Law, constituting Chapter 2 of Title 40A of the Revised Statutes of the State of
New Jersey, a resolution of the governing body of the County adopted July 12, 2011 and by
virtue of certain bond ordinances referred to therein.

        The full faith and credit of the County are hereby irrevocably pledged for the punctual
payment of the principal of and interest on this bond according to its terms. This bond shall not
be or be deemed to be a debt or liability of the State of New Jersey or a pledge of the faith and
credit of the State of New Jersey.

        It is hereby certified and recited that all conditions, acts and things required by the
Constitution or statutes of the State of New Jersey to exist, to have happened or to have been
performed precedent to or in the issuance of this bond exist, have happened and have been
performed, and that the issue of bonds of which this is one, together with all other indebtedness
of the County, does not exceed any limitation imposed thereon by said Constitution or statutes.

        In the event the County determines that the beneficial owners of the Bonds (the actual
purchasers of the Bonds) shall be able to obtain certificated bonds, the County shall notify DTC
of the availability of bond certificates. In such event, the County will appoint a paying agent
and the County will issue, transfer and exchange bond certificates in appropriate amounts as
required by DTC and others. DTC may determine to discontinue providing its services with
respect to the bonds at any time by giving a reasonable amount of notice in writing to the
County. In the event of such determination, if the County fails to identify another qualified
securities depository as successor to DTC, the County will appoint a paying agent and the
County will issue and deliver replacement bonds in the form of fully registered certificates.
Whenever DTC requests the County to do so, the County will cooperate with DTC in taking
appropriate action (a) to make available one or more separate certificates evidencing the bonds
to any DTC participant (participants of DTC) having bonds credited to its DTC account or (b) to
arrange for another securities depository to maintain custody of certificates evidencing the
bonds.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF, THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET has caused this bond to be
executed in its name by the manual or facsimile signatures of its Director of its Board of Chosen
Freeholders and its County Chief Financial Officer, and its corporate seal (or facsimile thereof)
to be affixed, imprinted or reproduced hereon, and this bond and said seal to be attested by the
manual or facsimile signature of the Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders, and this
bond to be dated the 24th day of August, 2011.

ATTEST:                                             THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET



___________________________                         __________________________
Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen                 Director of the Board of Chosen
Freeholders                                         Freeholders



___________________________________
Chief Financial Officer


        The following abbreviations, when used in the inscription on this bond, shall be
construed as though they were written out in full according to applicable laws or regulations
(additional abbreviations may also be used though not in the following list):

        TEN COM - as tenants in common           UNIF GIFT MIN ACT
        TEN ENT - as tenants by the                  Custodian
        Entireties                               (Cust)     (Minor)
        JT TEN - as joint tenants with           under Uniform Gifts
         right of survivorship                   to Minors Act
         and not as tenants
         in common                               (State)

                                        ASSIGNMENT

       FOR VALUE RECEIVED the undersigned hereby sells, assigns and transfers unto

PLEASE INSERT SOCIAL SECURITY OR OTHER IDENTIFYING NUMBER OF
ASSIGNEE (FOR COMPUTER RECORD ONLY)

(Please Print or Typewrite Name and Address of Transferee)

_____________________________________________________________________________
the within bond, and all rights thereunder, and hereby irrevocably constitutes and appoints

_____________________________________________________________________________
Attorney, to transfer the within bond on the books kept for the registration thereof, with full
power of substitution in the premises.

       Dated: ___________________

NOTICE: The signature to this assignment must correspond with the name as it appears upon
the first page of the within bond in every particular, without alteration or enlargement or any
change whatever.
                           CERTIFICATE AS TO LEGAL OPINION

        The undersigned Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of
Somerset, New Jersey HEREBY CERTIFIES that a true and correct copy of the original legal
opinion of the Law Firm of Gibbons P.C., Newark, New Jersey as to the validity of the issue of
bonds of which the within bond is one is available for inspection at the Office of the Deputy
Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Somerset, New Jersey and a copy
thereof may be obtained by the registered or beneficial owner hereof upon request.

                                                ________________________________________
                                                Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders


        Section 8. The County Chief Financial Officer is hereby authorized and directed (a) to
cause a copy of the written opinion with respect to the Bonds which is to be rendered by the firm
of Gibbons P.C. (complete except for omission of its date) to be printed or referred to on the
Bonds, and at the time of the original delivery of payment for the Bonds and when such written
opinion is rendered, to cause the Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders to certify to
the truth and correctness of such copy of opinion by executing on each of said Bonds, by manual
or facsimile signature, a certificate subjoined to each such copy, and to file a signed duplicate of
such written opinion in such Deputy Clerk’s office and at each place at which the Bonds are
payable, (b) to cause the applicable CUSIP number (if any) assigned for each of said Bonds by
the CUSIP Service Bureau of Standard & Poor’s Ratings Service of New York, New York, to be
printed on each of the Bonds, and (c) to cause, in the event that the Bonds shall qualify for
issuance of any policy of municipal bond insurance at the option of the purchaser thereof, such
legend or reference (if any) of such insurance to be printed (at the expense of such purchaser) on
the Bonds.

        Section 9. Upon the date of issue of the Bonds, being the date of delivery of the Bonds
to DTC on behalf of the successful bidder and the payment of the purchase price thereof in
accordance with the Notice of Sale, the County Chief Financial Officer is hereby authorized and
directed as of said date of issue, to execute and deliver to said successful bidder (a) an arbitrage
certificate with respect to the Bonds under and for the purpose of Section 148 of the Internal
Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), and (b) an accompanying opinion of Gibbons
P.C. as of said date of issue with respect to said arbitrage certification for the purposes of said
Section 148.

        Section 10. The proceeds of the Bonds shall be applied in the amounts and for the
purpose provided in Section 1 hereof, and to pay and fund any bond anticipation notes
theretofore issued for such purpose and then outstanding.

        Section 11. The Director or Deputy Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and
County Chief Financial Officer are hereby authorized and directed to approve the Preliminary
Official Statement of the County issued in connection with the Bonds, the Official Statement of
the County issued in connection with the Bonds, the Notice of Sale and the DTC Letter of
Representations and their use in connection with the sale of the Bonds and are further
authorized, as is the Clerk and Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders, to execute all
documents, including the Preliminary Official Statement, the Official Statement, the Notice of
Sale, the Continuing Disclosure Certificate and the DTC Letter of Representations, necessary
for the sale and delivery of said Bonds.

       Section 12. This resolution shall take effect immediately.

       AYES:

       NAYS:

       ABSTAIN:

       ABSENT:
                                            EXHIBIT A

                                        NOTICE OF SALE

                                        $18,085,000
                                     COUNTY OF SOMERSET
                                        NEW JERSEY

                     GENERAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS, SERIES 2011
                         (BOOK-ENTRY BONDS) (CALLABLE)

        ELECTRONIC BIDS, via BiDCOMP/PARITY Competitive Bidding System
(BiDCOMP/Parity) (the “Proposals”) only, will be received by the Chief Financial Officer of
the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Somerset, New Jersey (the “County”), on
August 11, 2011 until 11:00 a.m., New York City time, at which time they will be announced,
for the purchase of all, but not less than all, of the County’s General Improvement Bonds, Series
2011 (the “Bonds”). Bidders are required to submit their Proposals for the purchase of the
Bonds in accordance with the terms of the Notice of Sale.

Interest Payment Dates

       The Bonds will be dated the date of delivery (which is expected to be August 24, 2011)
and will bear interest at the rate per annum specified by the successful bidder therefor in
accordance herewith, payable on February 1, 2012 and semi-annually thereafter on the first day
of August and February in each year until maturity or prior redemption.

Principal Amortization

      Principal of the Bonds will be paid annually, subject to prior optional redemption, on
August 1 in each of the following years and in the following aggregate amounts:

       Year              Principal Amount                    Year           Principal Amount
       2012                $1,205,000                         2020            $1,205,000
       2013                 1,205,000                         2021              1,205,000
       2014                 1,205,000                         2022              1,205,000
       2015                 1,205,000                         2023              1,205,000
       2016                 1,205,000                         2024              1,205,000
       2017                 1,205,000                         2025              1,205,000
       2018                 1,205,000                         2026              1,215,000
       2019                 1,205,000

Optional Redemption Provisions

        The Bonds maturing on or prior to August 1, 2021 shall not be subject to redemption
prior to their respective maturity dates. The Bonds maturing on or after August 1, 2022 shall be
subject to redemption prior to their respective maturity dates, on or after August 1, 2021 at the
option of the County, either in whole or in part at any time in any order of maturity at par (the
“Redemption Price”) and accrued interest thereon to the date of redemption.

        Notice of Redemption shall be given by publishing such notice once a week for two (2)
successive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation that carries financial news, is printed in
the English language and is customarily published on each business day in the State of New
York, the first of such publications to be at least thirty (30) but not more than sixty (60) days
before the date fixed for redemption. A Notice of Redemption shall also be mailed by first class
mail in a sealed envelope with postage prepaid to the registered owners of such Bonds at their
respective addresses as they last appear on the registration books kept for that purpose by the
County. However, so long as DTC (or any successor thereto) acts as Securities Depository for
the Bonds, Notices of Redemption shall be sent to such depository and shall not be sent to the
beneficial owners of the Bonds, nor shall the notice be published as provided herein. Any failure
of such depository to advise any of its participants or any failure of any participant to notify any
beneficial owner of any Notice of Redemption shall not affect the validity of the redemption
proceedings. If the County determines to redeem a portion of the Bonds of a maturity, such
Bonds shall be selected by the County by lot. If Notice of Redemption has been given as
described herein, the Bonds, or the portion thereof called for redemption, shall be due and
payable on the date fixed for redemption at the Redemption Price, together with accrued interest
to the date fixed for redemption. Payment shall be made upon surrender of the Bonds redeemed.
Book-Entry-Only System

        As long as DTC or its nominee, Cede & Co., is the registered owner of the Bonds,
payments of the principal of and interest on the Bonds will be made directly to Cede & Co., as
nominee of DTC, which will credit payments of principal of and interest on the Bonds to the
DTC participants as listed in the records of DTC as of each next preceding January 15 and July
15 (the “Record Dates” for payment of interest on the Bonds), which participants will in turn
credit such payments to the beneficial owners of the Bonds.

        All bidders of the Bonds must be participants of The Depository Trust Company, New
York, New York (“DTC”) or affiliated with its participants. The Bonds will be issued in fully
registered form, and when issued will be registered in the name of and held by Cede & Co., as
the registered owner thereof and nominee for DTC, an automated depository for securities and
clearinghouse for securities transactions.

        Individual purchases of beneficial ownership interests in the Bonds will be made in
book-entry form (without certificates) in the denomination of $5,000 each or integral multiples
thereof. It shall be the obligation of the successful bidder to furnish to DTC an underwriter’s
questionnaire and the denomination of the Bonds not less than seventy-two (72) hours prior to
the delivery of the Bonds and to furnish to bond counsel, referenced below, the initial public
offering prices of the Bonds not less than forty-eight (48) hours prior to delivery of the Bonds.

       In the event that either DTC determines not to continue to act as securities depository for
the Bonds or the County determines that the beneficial owners of the Bonds be able to obtain
bond certificates, the County will appoint a paying agent and will issue and deliver replacement
Bonds in the form of fully registered certificates.

Electronic Bidding Procedures

        Bids may be submitted electronically via PARITY in accordance with this Notice of Sale,
until 11:00 a.m., New York City time, on August 11, 2011, but no bid will be received after the
time for receiving bids specified above. To the extent any instructions or directions set forth in
PARITY conflict with this Notice of Sale, the terms of this Notice of Sale shall control. For
further information about PARITY, potential bidders may contact PARITY at (212) 849-5021.
In the event that a bid for the Bonds is submitted via PARITY, the bidder further agrees that:
        1.     The County may regard the electronic transmission of the bid through PARITY
(including information about the purchase price of the Bonds, the interest rate or rates to be
borne by the various maturities of the Bonds, the initial public offering price of each maturity
and any other information included in such transmission) as though the same information were
submitted directly to the County and executed by a duly authorized signatory of the bidder. If a
bid submitted electronically by PARITY is accepted by the County, the terms of the Proposal for
Bonds and this Notice of Sale and the information that is electronically transmitted through
PARITY shall form a contract, and the successful bidder shall be bound by the terms of such
contract.
       2.     PARITY is not an agent of the County, and the County shall have no liability
whatsoever based on any bidder's use of PARITY, including but not limited to any failure by
PARITY to correctly or timely transmit information provided by the County or information
provided by the bidder.
        3.      The County may choose to discontinue use of electronic bidding via PARITY by
issuing a notification to such effect via TM3 News Services, or by other available means, no later
than 3:00 p.m. (New York City Time) on the last business date prior to the bid date set forth
above.
        4.      Once the bids are communicated electronically via PARITY to the County as
described above, each bid will constitute a Proposal for Bonds and shall be deemed to be an
irrevocable offer to purchase the Bonds on the terms provided in this Notice of Sale. For
purposes of submitting all Proposal for Bonds, the time as maintained on PARITY shall
constitute the official time.

       5.      Each bidder choosing to bid electronically shall be solely responsible to make
necessary arrangements to access PARITY for purposes of submitting its bid in a timely manner
and in compliance with the requirements of this Notice of Sale. Neither the County nor Parity
shall have any duty or obligation to undertake such registration to bid for any prospective bidder
or to provide or assure access to any qualified prospective bidder, and neither the County nor
Parity shall be responsible for the proper operation of, or have any liability for any delays or
interruptions of, or any damages caused by PARITY. The County is using PARITY as a
communication mechanism, and not as the County's agent, to conduct the electronic bidding for
the Bonds. By using PARITY, each bidder agrees to hold the County harmless for any harm or
damages caused to such bidder in connection with its use of PARITY for bidding on the Bonds.

Bid Specifications

        Each Proposal submitted must name the rate or rates of interest per annum to be borne
by the Bonds bid for and the rate or rates named must be multiples of one-eighth or one-
twentieth of one per centum. Not more than one rate may be named for Bonds of the same
maturity. The rate specified for any Bonds of any maturity shall not be less than the rate
specified for any Bonds of any prior maturity. There is no limitation on the rates that may be
named. [No bond of any maturity may be reoffered at a price less than ninety-nine percent
(99%) of the principal amount of such bond.] Each Proposal submitted must be for all of the
Bonds and the purchase price specified in the proposal must be not less than one hundred
percent (100%) or for more than one hundred and one percent (101%) of the aggregate par
value of the Bonds.

Award, Delivery And Payment

        The Bonds will be awarded to the bidder on whose bid the total loan may be made at the
lowest true interest cost. Such true interest cost shall be computed, as to each bid, by doubling
the semiannual interest rate (compounded semiannually) necessary to discount the debt service
payments from the payment dates to the date of the Bonds and the price bid, excluding accrued
interest to the delivery date. No Proposal shall be considered that offers to pay an amount less
than the principal amount of Bonds offered for sale or under which the total loan is made at an
interest cost higher than the lowest true interest cost to the County under any legally acceptable
proposal. If two or more such bidders offer to pay the lowest true interest cost, then the Bonds
will be sold to one of such bidders selected by lot from among all such bidders. The bidder to
which the Bonds are awarded (in the manner specified above) is herein referred to as the
“Successful Bidder.”

       It is expected that delivery of the Bonds to DTC and payment for the Bonds will take
place on or about, August 24, 2011 at the offices of Gibbons P.C., bond counsel to the County
(“Bond Counsel”), in Newark, New Jersey or at such other place as may be agreed upon with
the Successful Bidder. The Bonds will be delivered to DTC in single denominations for each
maturity of each type of bond. PAYMENT FOR THE BONDS AT THE TIME OF ORIGINAL
ISSUANCE AND DELIVERY SHALL BE IN IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FUNDS.

Change of Bid Date and Closing Date

        The County reserves the right to postpone, from time to time, the date established for the
receipt of bids and will undertake to notify registered prospective bidders via notification
published on Thomson Municipal Market Monitor (“TM3”) (www.tm3.com). Prospective
bidders may request notification by facsimile transmission of any such changes in the date or
time for the receipt of bids by so advising, and furnishing their telecopier numbers to the Chief
Financial Officer of the County at (908) 575-3940 by 12:00 Noon, New York City time, on the
day prior to the announced date for receipt of bids. In addition, the County reserves the right to
make changes to this Notice of Sale. Such changes will be announced on the TM3.

        A postponement of the bid date will be announced via TM3 not later than 11:00 a.m.,
New York City time, on the last business day prior to any announced date for receipt of bids, and
an alternative sale date and time will be announced via TM3 by Noon, New York City time, not
less than forty-eight (48) hours prior to such alternative date for receipt of bids.

        On any such alternative date and time for receipt of bids, the County will accept
electronic bids for the purchase of the Bonds, such bids to conform in all respects to the
provisions of this Notice of Sale, except for the changes in the date and time for receipt of bids
and any other changes announced via TM3 at the time the date and time for receipt of bids are
announced.
Right To Reject Bids; Waive Irregularities

        The right is reserved to reject all bids, and any bid not complying with the terms of this
Notice of Sale will be rejected. The County reserves the right to reject any or all Proposals and
so far as permitted by law, to waive any irregularity or informality in any or all Proposals.

Good Faith Deposit

        A good faith deposit (the "Deposit"), in the form of either (i) a financial surety bond (the
"Financial Surety Bond"), or (ii) an electronic transfer of immediately available federal funds in
accordance with the wiring instructions contained in the immediately succeeding paragraph, in
the amount of $361,700 is required for each bid for the Bonds to be considered. The Financial
Surety Bond must be from an insurance company licensed to issue such a bond in the State of
New Jersey and approved by the Director of the Division of Local Government Services of New
Jersey (the "Director"). At present, the Director has approved the use of Sure-Bid, a division of
Financial Security Assurance Inc. Use of any other Financial Surety Bond must be approved by
the Director prior to the bid and will not be accepted by the County unless evidence of such
approval is provided prior to the bid. The Financial Surety Bond must be submitted to the
County prior to 10:30 a.m. New York City time on the date for receipt of bids, and must be in the
form and substance acceptable to the County. A Financial Surety Bond must identify the bidder
whose Deposit is guaranteed by such Financial Surety Bond. The Successful Bidder for the
Bonds who utilized a Financial Surety Bond is required to submit its Deposit to the County in
the form of a wire transfer not later than 1:00 p.m. New York City time on the next business day
following the award. If such Deposits are not received by that time, the Financial Surety Bond
may be drawn by the County to satisfy the Deposit requirement.

        A bidder providing the Deposit via electronic transfer of funds shall transmit such funds
to the following:

                              TD Bank, N.A.
                              ABA No.: 031201360
                              Account No.: 7850168100
                              Account Name: County of Somerset Capital Account
                              Contact: Brian Newman, Director of Finance
                              Phone: (908) 231-7047

If an electronic transfer of funds is used, such funds must be received in the account identified
immediately above no later than 10:30 a.m. New York City time on the date for receipt of bids,
and must be accompanied by detailed wiring instructions for the return thereof in the event that
such bidder is not the Successful Bidder. Please note that the contact information provided
immediately above should be used by bidders for the purposes of confirming receipt of electronic
transfer of funds and the transmittal of instructions for the return of such electronic transfers of
funds in the event such bidder is not the Successful Bidder. Electronic transfers of funds of
unsuccessful bidders for the Bonds will be returned upon award of the Bonds. It is the intent of
the County that electronic transfers of funds will be returned via wire transfer to the unsuccessful
bidders not later than 5:00 p.m. on the date for receipt of bids, provided that wiring instructions
have been provided by such unsuccessful bidder at the time of transmission of the Deposit to the
County. The County shall not bear any liability for any delay that may occur in the return of an
electronic transfer of the Deposit to an unsuccessful bidder. Interest earned on the Deposit will
be credited to the County and will not be available to the Successful Bidder for the Bonds.

        The Deposit of the Successful Bidder will be collected and the proceeds thereof retained
by the County to be applied in partial payment for the Bonds and no interest will be allowed or
paid upon the amount thereof, but in the event the Successful Bidder shall fail to comply with the
terms of its respective bid, the proceeds thereof will be retained as and for full liquidated
damages. Award of the Bonds to the Successful Bidder or rejection of all bids is expected to be
made within five hours after opening of the bids, but such Successful Bidder may not withdraw
its Proposal for Bonds until after 5:00 p.m. of the day of such bid-opening and then only if such
award has not been made prior to the withdrawal.

Bond Insurance

       If the Bonds qualify for issuance of any policy of municipal bond insurance, any
purchase of such policy shall be at the sole option and expense of the Successful Bidder. If the
Bonds are to be insured, the Successful Bidder shall pay the premium therefor prior to the
delivery of the Bonds. Any failure of the Bonds to be so insured or of any such policy of
insurance to be issued shall not in any way relieve the Successful Bidder of its contractual
obligations arising from the acceptance of its Proposal for Bonds for the purchase of the Bonds.

CUSIP Numbers

        It is anticipated that CUSIP identification numbers will be printed on the Bonds, but
neither the failure to print such number on any such Bond nor any error with respect thereto
shall constitute cause for the failure or refusal of the Successful Bidder to accept delivery of and
pay for the Bonds. The CUSIP Service Bureau charges for the assignment of CUSIP numbers
on the Bonds and on the Bonds shall be the responsibility of and shall be paid for by the
Successful Bidder.

Undertakings of the Successful Bidder

     THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER SHALL MAKE A BONA FIDE PUBLIC OFFERING
OF THE BONDS AT THEIR RESPECTIVE INITIAL REOFFERING PRICES AND SHALL
PROVIDE THE RELATED CERTIFICATION DESCRIBED BELOW.

        The successful bidder shall within thirty (30) minutes after being notified of the award of
the Bonds, advise the County in writing (via facsimile transmission) of the Bonds initial
reoffering prices to the public of each maturity of the Bonds (the “Initial Reoffering Prices”).
The successful bidder must, by facsimile transmission or delivery received by the County within
twenty-four (24) hours after notification of the award, furnish the following information to the
County to complete the Official Statement in final form, as described below:

   A. Selling compensation (aggregate total anticipated compensation to the underwriters
      expressed in dollars, based on the expectation that all the Bonds are sold at the prices or
      yields at which the successful bidder advised the County that the Bonds were initially
      offered to the public).

   B. The identity of the underwriters if the successful bidder is part of a group or syndicate.

   C. Any other material information that the County determines is necessary to complete the
      Official Statement in final form.

        After the award of the bonds, the County will prepare copies of the final Official
Statement and will include therein such additional information concerning the reoffering of the
bonds as the successful bidder may reasonably request. The successful bidder will be responsible
to the County in all aspects for the accuracy and completeness of information provided by such
successful bidder with respect to such reoffering.

         SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH OR BEFORE DELIVERY OF THE BONDS, THE
SUCCESSFUL BIDDER SHALL FURNISH TO THE COUNTY A CERTIFICATE
ACCEPTABLE TO BOND COUNSEL TO THE EFFECT THAT (I) THE SUCCESSFUL
BIDDER HAVE MADE A BONA FIDE PUBLIC OFFERING OF BONDS AT THE INITIAL
REOFFERING PRICES, (II) AS OF THE DATE OF THE SALE OF THE BONDS, THE
SUCCESSFUL BIDDER REASONABLY EXPECTED TO SELL A SUBSTANTIAL
AMOUNT OF THE BONDS TO THE PUBLIC (EXCLUDING BOND HOUSES, BROKERS
AND OTHER INTERMEDIARIES) AT THEIR RESPECTIVE INITIAL REOFFERING
PRICES, AND (III) SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNTS OF THE BONDS WERE SOLD TO THE
PUBLIC (EXCLUDING BOND HOUSES, BROKERS AND OTHER INTERMEDIARIES)
AT THEIR RESPECTIVE INITIAL REOFFERING PRICES. Bond counsel advises that (i)
such certificate must be made on the best knowledge, information and belief of the successful
bidder, (ii) the sale to the public of 10% or more in par amount of the bonds of each maturity at
the initial reoffering prices would be sufficient to certify as to the sale of a substantial amount of
the bonds, and (iii) reliance on other facts as a basis for such certification would require
evaluation by bond counsel to assure compliance with the statutory requirement to avoid the
establishment of an artificial price for the Bonds.

Legal Opinions

        The obligations hereunder to pay for and to accept delivery of the Bonds shall be
conditioned on the availability and the delivery at the time of delivery of the Bonds of the
approving opinion of the law firm of Gibbons P.C., Newark, New Jersey, bond counsel to the
County, which will be furnished without cost to the Successful Bidder, substantially in the form
set forth in the Official Statement distributed in preliminary form in connection with the sale of
the Bonds. Such opinion shall state to the effect that the Bonds are valid and legally binding
obligations of the County, and that all the taxable property therein will be subject to the levy of
ad valorem taxes, without limitation as to rate or amount, to pay the principal of the Bonds and
the interest thereon; and will also state that under existing law, interest on the Bonds is excluded
from gross income for purposes of Federal income taxation. The obligations hereunder to pay
for and to accept delivery of the Bonds shall be further conditioned on the availability and
delivery to the Successful Bidder(s), at the time of delivery of the Bonds, of (i) certificates from
the County Finance Director in form satisfactory to Bond Counsel evidencing the proper
execution and delivery of the Bonds, the receipt of payment therefor and the fact the Bonds will
not be arbitrage obligations within the meaning of the Code; (ii) a certificate from the County
Attorney, in form and tenor satisfactory to Bond Counsel and dated as of the date of such
delivery, to the effect that there is no litigation pending or (to the knowledge of the signer or
signers thereof) threatened affecting the validity of the Bonds; and (iii) a certificate from the
County Finance Director, in form and tenor satisfactory to Bond Counsel and dated as of the
date of such delivery, to the effect that to the best of his knowledge of such and belief, and after
reasonable investigation: (1) neither the Official Statement relating to the Bonds nor any
amendment, or supplement thereto contains any untrue statement of a material fact or omits to
state any material fact necessary to make the statements therein, in the light of the
circumstances in which they were made, not misleading; (2) since the date of the Official
Statement (or the date of the most recent amendment or supplement thereto) no event has
occurred which would make the statements therein untrue or, in the light of the circumstances in
which they were made, misleading, and (3) there has not been any material adverse change in
the operation or financial affairs of the County since the date of such Official Statement.

Preliminary Official Statement

        The County has issued an Official Statement with respect to the sale of the Bonds in
preliminary form (the “Preliminary Official Statement”) which the County has deemed final as
of its date for purposes of paragraph (b)(1) of Rule 15c2-12 under the Securities Exchange Act
of 1934 (“Rule 15c2-12”), except for certain omissions permitted thereunder and except for
changes permitted by other applicable law.

       The Preliminary Official Statement may be accessed via the Internet at www.i-
dealprospectus.com. A printed version is also available upon request made to the Chief
Financial Officer of the County at the County Administration Building, Finance Department,
Somerville, New Jersey 08876 (telephone (908) 231-7047).

Official Statement

       The County agrees to provide each successful bidder with up to two hundred (200)
copies of the final Official Statement adopted by the County in relation to the sale by the
County of the Bonds within the period of time allowed under Rule 15c2-12, at the sole cost and
expense of the County, with any additional copies which the successful bidder shall reasonably
request to be provided at the sole cost and expense of the successful bidder.

Continuing Disclosure

        In order to assist the successful bidder in complying with Rule 15c2-12, the County
agrees to deliver on the Closing Date a Continuing Disclosure Certificate to be dated as of the
Closing Date pursuant to which the County shall agree to provide at the times and to the
information repositories and other persons described in Rule 15c2-12 the financial or operating
data required to be disclosed on a continuing basis pursuant to Rule 15c2-12.

                                                      Brian Newman
                                                      Chief Financial Officer
Dated: August 1, 2011
                            SUMMARY NOTICE OF BOND SALE
                                        $18,085,000
                                   COUNTY OF SOMERSET
                                       NEW JERSEY
                     GENERAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS, SERIES 2011
                         (BOOK-ENTRY BONDS) (CALLABLE)

       ELECTRONIC BIDS, via BiDCOMP/PARITY Competitive Bidding System
(BiDCOMP/Parity) (the “Proposals”) only, will be received by the Chief Financial Officer of
the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Somerset, New Jersey (the “County”), on
                                       August 11, 2011

until 11:00 a.m., New York City time, at which time they will be announced, for the purchase of
all, but not less than all, of the County’s $18,085,000 General Improvement Bonds, Series 2011,
dated the date of delivery (the “Bonds”).
      Principal of the Bonds will be paid annually, subject to prior optional redemption, on
August 1 in each of the following years and in the following aggregate amounts:

       Year             Principal Amount                       Year           Principal Amount
       2012                 $1,205,000                         2020             $1,205,000
       2013                  1,205,000                         2021              1,205,000
       2014                  1,205,000                         2022              1,205,000
       2015                  1,205,000                         2023              1,205,000
       2016                  1,205,000                         2024              1,205,000
       2017                  1,205,000                         2025              1,205,000
       2018                  1,205,000                         2026              1,215,000
       2019                  1,205,000
        Individual purchases of beneficial ownership interests in the Bonds will be made in
book-entry form (without certificates) in the denomination of $5,000 each or integral multiples
thereof. The Bonds will bear interest at a rate or rates of interest in a multiple of 1/8th or 1/20th
of 1% per annum specified by the successful bidder payable on February 1, 2012 and semi-
annually thereafter on August 1 and February 1 in each year until maturity or prior optional
redemption. The Bonds are subject to redemption at the option of the County in accordance
with the Notice of Sale dated August 1, 2011 (the “Notice of Sale”). The Bonds will be
awarded to the bidder on whose bid the total loan may be made at the lowest true interest cost in
accordance with the terms of the Notice of Sale.
        For further information relating to the Bonds, reference is made to the Preliminary
Official Statement, including the Notice of Sale as an appendix and the form of legal opinion of
Gibbons P.C., Newark, New Jersey, bond counsel to the County, which can be accessed via the
Internet at www.i-dealprospectus.com. Copies of the Preliminary Official Statement, the Notice
of Sale and the form of the legal opinion may be obtained from the Chief Financial Officer of
the County at the Administration Building, Somerville, New Jersey 08876 (telephone (908)
231-7047).

Dated: August 2, 2011                          Brian Newman, Chief Financial Officer


               THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. CIATTARELLI WAS
ON ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


               MR. PALMER INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION
AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:
                                          ORD11-426


                BOND ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $7,100,000 FOR THE
               IMPROVEMENT OF RARITAN VALLEY COMMUNITY
               COLLEGE IN THE TOWNSHIP OF BRANCHBURG, AND
               AUTHORIZING THE ISSUE OF $7,100,000 COUNTY
               COLLEGE BONDS OR NOTES OF THE COUNTY OF
               SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY, FOR FINANCING SUCH
               APPROPRIATION.


        WHEREAS, The Board of Trustees of the Raritan Valley Community College (the
“Board of Trustees”) has determined by resolution duly adopted on March 29, 2011 that
$7,100,000 is necessary for the renovation of its facilities and has delivered a statement to that
effect to each member of the Board of School Estimate;

       WHEREAS, The Board of School Estimate has determined by resolution duly adopted on
April 21, 2011 that $7,100,000 is necessary for the improvement specified in the Statement of
the Board of Trustees and a certificate to that effect has been delivered to the Board of Trustees
and the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Somerset;

        WHEREAS, the Council of County Colleges approved the Improvements described
below at an estimated cost of $7,100,000 and has determined that the State’s share of the project
not to exceed $3,550,000 shall be supported through the procedures of Chapter 12 of the Laws of
1971 of New Jersey, as amended and supplemented;

        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY (not less than two-thirds
of all members thereof affirmatively concurring) AS FOLLOWS:

       SECTION 1:

        The improvements described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance (the “Improvements”)
are hereby authorized to be undertaken by the County of Somerset, New Jersey (the “County”) as
general improvements. For the said Improvements there is hereby appropriated the amount of
$7,100,000. No down payment is required pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:64A-19(2)(b).

       SECTION 2:

        In order to finance the cost of the Improvements, negotiable bonds of the County are
hereby authorized to be issued in the principal amount of $7,100,000 pursuant to the provisions
of the Local Bond Law and Title 18A, Education, of the New Jersey statutes (the “Bonds”). In
anticipation of the issuance of the Bonds and to temporarily finance said improvements or
purposes, negotiable bond anticipation notes of the County are hereby authorized to be issued in
the principal amount not exceeding $7,100,000 pursuant to the provisions of the Local Bond Law
(the “Bond Anticipation Notes” or “Notes”).


       SECTION 3:

        (a)    The Improvements hereby authorized and the purpose for the financing of which
the bonds are to be issued are the improvements of Raritan Valley Community College located
on County Road No. 24 in the Township of Branchburg in the County, including but not limited
to the construction of the Student Center, including all costs and materials necessary therefor or
incidental thereto, all as specified by the certificate heretofore made and delivered by the Board
of School Estimate of Raritan Valley Community College to this Board of Chosen Freeholders.

        (b)    The estimated maximum amount of Bonds or Notes to be issued for the purpose
of financing a portion of the cost of the Improvements is $7,100,000.

         (c)    The estimated cost of the Improvements is $7,100,000, which amount represents
the initial appropriation made by the County.
          SECTION 4:

        All Bond Anticipation Notes issued hereunder shall mature at such times as may be
determined by the Director of Financial Services (the “Director of Financial Services”); provided
that no Note shall mature later than one year from its date. The Notes shall bear interest at such
rate or rates and be in such form as may be determined by the Director of Financial Services.
The Director of Financial Services shall determine all matters in connection with Notes issued
pursuant to this ordinance, and the signature of the Director of Financial Services upon the Notes
shall be conclusive evidence as to all such determinations. All Notes issued hereunder may be
renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of Section 8(a) of the Local Bond Law. The
Director of Financial Services is hereby authorized to sell part or all of the Notes from time to
time at public or private sale and to deliver them to the purchasers thereof upon receipt of
payment of the purchase price plus accrued interest from their dates to the date of delivery
thereof. The Director of Financial Services is directed to report in writing to the Board of
Chosen Freeholders of the County at the meeting next succeeding the date when any sale or
delivery of the Notes pursuant to this ordinance is made. Such report must include the amount,
the description, the interest rate and the maturity schedule of the Notes sold, the price obtained
and the name of the purchaser.

          SECTION 5:

       The capital budget of the County is hereby amended to conform with the provisions of
this ordinance to the extent of any inconsistency herewith. The resolution in the form
promulgated by the Local Finance Board showing full detail of the amended capital budget and
capital program as approved by the Director, Division of Local Government Services,
Department of Community Affairs, State of New Jersey is on file with the Clerk of the Board of
Chosen Freeholders and is available for public inspection.

          SECTION 6:

               The following additional matters are hereby determined, declared, recited and
stated:

       (a)     The Improvements described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance are not current
expenses, and are capital improvements or properties that the County may lawfully make or
acquire as general improvements, and no part of the cost thereof has been or shall be specially
assessed on property specially benefited thereby.

        (b)    The average period of usefulness of the Improvements, within the limitations of
the Local Bond Law, taking into consideration the respective amounts of all obligations
authorized for the several purposes, according to the reasonable life thereof computed from the
date of the Bonds authorized by this bond ordinance, is thirty (30) years.

        (c)    The Supplemental Debt Statement required by the Local Bond Law has been duly
prepared and filed in the office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders and a complete
executed duplicate thereof has been filed in the office of the Director, Division of Local
Government Services, Department of Community Affairs, State of New Jersey. Such statement
shows that the gross debt of the County, as defined in the Local Bond Law, is increased by the
authorization of the Bonds and Notes provided in this bond ordinance by $7,100,000 and the
obligations authorized herein will be within all debt limitations prescribed by the Local Bond
Law. Such statement shows that, while the net debt is increased by this ordinance by
$3,550,000, the gross debt of the County, as defined in the Local Bond Law, is increased by the
authorization of the Bonds and Notes provided in this bond ordinance by $7,100,000 and the
obligations authorized herein will be within all debt limitations prescribed by the Local Bond
Law. Pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 18A: 64A-22.4, the obligations authorized
hereunder constitute deduction from the gross debt of the County to the extent of $3,550,000 and
to that extent shall not be considered in determining the County’s net debt for debt incurring
purposes.

       (d)    An aggregate amount not exceeding $1,800,000 for items of expense listed in and
permitted under Section 20 of the Local Bond Law is included in the estimated cost of the
Improvements, as indicated herein.
       SECTION 7:

        Any funds received from time to time by the County as contributions in aid of financing
the purposes described in Section 3 of this Ordinance (including any capital campaign
contributions from Raritan Valley Community College) shall be used for financing said
Improvements by application thereof either to direct payment of the cost of said Improvements
or to the payment or reduction of the authorization of the obligations of the County authorized
therefor by this Bond Ordinance. Any such funds received may, and all such funds so received
which are not required for direct payment of the cost of said Improvements shall, be held and
applied by the County as funds applicable only to the payment of obligations of the County
authorized by this Bond Ordinance.

       SECTION 8:

        In accordance with N.J.S.A. 18A:64A-19, the Board of Trustees of Raritan Valley
Community College has duly prepared and delivered to the Board of School Estimate a statement
of the money necessary for the improvements described in Section 3(a) hereof. The Board of
School Estimate has duly prepared a certificate of such amount and the certificate has been duly
filed with the Board of Trustees and the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Somerset.

       SECTION 9:

        The full faith and credit of the County are hereby pledged to the punctual payment of the
principal of and interest on the obligations authorized by this bond ordinance. The obligations
shall be direct, unlimited obligations of the County, and the County shall be obligated to levy ad
valorem taxes upon all the taxable property within the County for the payment of the obligations
and the interest thereon without limitation of rate or amount.

       SECTION 10:

        The obligations authorized hereunder to the extent of $3,550,000 are entitled to the
benefits of the provisions of Chapter 12 of the Laws of 1971 of New Jersey, as amended and
supplemented. Pursuant to said Law, the State of New Jersey shall appropriate and pay the
amounts payable on account of interest and principal on such bonds and interest on notes issued
in anticipation thereof as the same become due.

       SECTION 11:

        This Bond Ordinance constitutes a declaration of official intent under Treasury
Regulation Section 1.150-2. The County reasonably expects to pay expenditures with respect to
the Improvements prior to the date that County incurs debt obligations under this Bond
Ordinance. The County reasonably expects to reimburse such expenditures with the proceeds of
debt to be incurred by the County under this Bond Ordinance. The maximum principal amount
of debt expected to be issued for payment of the costs of the Improvements is $7,100,000.

       SECTION 12:

       This bond ordinance shall take effect 20 days after the first publication thereof after final
adoption, as provided by the Local Bond Law.



               THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MR. SCAGLIONE WAS
ON ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE


              MR. CIATTARELLI INTRODUCED                                  THE      FOLLOWING
RESOLUTION AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:
                                          R11-427


    RESOLUTION SETTING PUBLIC HEARING FOR ORD-426 ENTITLED “BOND
  ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING $7,100,000 FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF RARITAN
   VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN THE TOWNSHIP OF BRANCHBURG, AND
 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUE OF $7,100,000 COUNTY COLLEGE BONDS OR NOTES OF
THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY FOR FINANCING SUCH APPROPRIATION


                     BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of
Somerset will conduct a Public Hearing on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in the
Freeholders Meeting Room, Somerville, New Jersey for ORD11-426 entitled “Bond Ordinance
Appropriating $7,100,000 for the Improvement of Raritan Valley Community College in the
Township of Branchburg, and Authorizing the Issue of $7,100,000 County College Bonds or
Notes of the County of Somerset, New Jersey for Financing Such Appropriation.



              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MRS. WALSH WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:         SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:         NONE
ABSENT:       NONE


              MR. CIATTARELLI INTRODUCED                              THE     FOLLOWING
RESOLUTION AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                          R11-428


  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF A DISCHARGE OF MORTGAGE IN
         ACCORDANCE WITH A BAIL AND/OR BAIL RECOGNIZANCE


                      WHEREAS, Michael Apuzzo and Jane Apuzzo provided a mortgage to
the County of Somerset for real property located at 374 Passaic Avenue, Long Hill Township,
Morris County, New Jersey dated November 19, 2010 and recorded with the Morris County
Clerk’s Office on November 19, 2010 in Book 21672 at Page 0116, which Mortgage was given
for the posting of bail in the matters entitled “State of New Jersey vs. Michael A. Apuzzo”,
Indictment Docket No. 10-04-00232-I; and

                      WHEREAS, a Discharge of Bail has been entered in the case of “State of
New Jersey vs. Michael A. Apuzzo” and therefore the Mortgage should be discharged as bail
and/or bail recognizance in these cases.

                     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of Somerset County in the State of New Jersey as follows:

        That the Director and Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of
Somerset are hereby authorized and directed to execute the Discharge of Mortgage for the
mortgage of the County’s mortgage for real property located at 374 Passaic Avenue, Long Hill
Township, Morris County, New Jersey to County of Somerset dated November 19, 2010 and
recorded with the Morris County Clerk’s Office on November 19, 2010 in Book 21672 at page
0116, which Mortgage was given for the posting of bail in the matters entitled “State of New
Jersey vs. Michael A. Appuzo” Indictment Docket No. 10-04-00232-I.
              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MRS. WALSH WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:         SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:         NONE
ABSENT:       NONE


              MR. CIATTARELLI INTRODUCED                              THE     FOLLOWING
RESOLUTION AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:



                                          R11-429


      RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SOMERSET COUNTY INTER-AGENCY
  COORDINATING COUNCIL (CIACC) TO RECEIVE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
FUNDING AS PER THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN & FAMILIES DIVISION
OF CHILD BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES AND ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH
       AN AGENCY THROUGH A COMPETITIVE CONTRACTING PROCESS


                    WHEREAS, the Department of Children and Families, Division of Child
Behavioral Health Services has allocated community development funding to the Somerset
County CIACC for the period of July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012; and

                     WHEREAS, the allocation granted by the Department of Children and
Families, Division of Child Behavioral Health Services for the proposal totals approximately
$128,689.00; and

                       WHEREAS, the Somerset County CIACC will administer the competitive
request for proposal process and provide the point of access to the program as well as ongoing
quality assurance; and

                      WHEREAS, the Somerset County CIACC will recommend a provider
who has successfully completed the county request for proposal process to provide a holistic,
therapeutic afterschool program for Somerset County youth ages 8-12 with emotional and/or
behavioral challenges in the amount not to exceed $122,255.00; and

                    WHEREAS, it is anticipated that the Department of Children and Families
Division of Child Behavioral Health Services will therefore be responsible for providing the
community development funds to the County of Somerset.

                       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Director and the
Deputy Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Somerset agrees to accept the
community development funds from the Department of Children and Families Division of Child
Behavioral Health Services in the amount of $128,689.00 and to authorize the execution of
subcontracts with appropriate agencies as determined through the Request for Proposal process
to address the need for therapeutic programming for Somerset County youth ages 8-12.


              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MRS. WALSH WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:         SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:         NONE
ABSENT:       NONE


              MR. CIATTARELLI INTRODUCED                              THE     FOLLOWING
RESOLUTION AND MOVED ITS ADOPTION:
                                              R11-430


                         STATE OF NEW JERSEY
        EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM
                              RESOLUTION OF PARTICIPATION
     A RESOLUTION APPROVING PARTICIPATION WITH THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY
      EDWARD BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM (JAG)
             ADMINISTERED BY THE DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE,
                   DEPARTMENT OF LAW AND PUBLIC SAFETY


                       WHEREAS, the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office wishes to apply for
funding for a project under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG
1-18TF-09); and

                     WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Somerset
has reviewed the accompanying application and has approved said request; and

                     WHEREAS, the project is a joint effort between the Department of Law
and Public Safety and the Somerset County Prosecutor’s office for the purpose described in the
application.

                      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County of Somerset that:

1.      As a matter of public policy the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office wishes to
        participate to the fullest extent possible with the Department of Law and Public Safety.

2.      The Attorney General will receive funds on behalf of the applicant.

3.      The Division of Criminal Justice shall be responsible for the receipt and review of the
        applications for said funds.

4.      The Division of Criminal Justice shall initiate allocations to each applicant as authorized.

                      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders that
the Freeholder Director and the Deputy Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized to execute the
necessary contractual agreements on behalf of the County of Somerset.



              THE MOTION, DULY SECONDED BY MRS. WALSH WAS ON
ROLL CALL ADOPTED BY THE FOLLOWING VOTE:


YEAS:          SCAGLIONE, CIATTARELLI, PALMER, WALSH, ZABOROWSKI
NAYS:          NONE
ABSENT:        NONE



       There being no further business, upon motion made and duly seconded the meeting was
adjourned.




                                                                     Kathryn Quick
                                                                     Deputy Clerk of the Board
DATE: 07/11/11                     Somerset County
REPORT: 6016
USER: WALTER                REVISED FREEHOLDER CLAIMS LIST
PAGE: 1
                           COUNTY ONLY-CHECK NUMBERS BETWEEN
                                 00197996 AND 00198721


 CHECK NO.   CHECK DATE            PAYEE NAME                   NET AMOUNT
FREEHOLDER
----------   ----------   ------------------------------     ------------------
----------
00197996     06/29/11     ALL ABOUT CARE LLC                        59,265.57
00197997     07/08/11     SOM CTY 4-H ASSOCIATION                   70,000.00
00197998     07/08/11     AARON & COMPANY                              154.47
00197999     07/08/11     A B STAMP AND SIGN, LLC                       84.90
00198000     07/08/11     ACCESS LOCKSMITH INC.                        615.65
00198001     07/08/11     ACME FOOD PRODUCTS CO., INC.              10,585.45
00198002     07/08/11     AIR BRAKE & EQUIPMENT                      1,131.20
00198003     07/08/11     AIRGAS, INC.                                  75.40
00198004     07/08/11     CHRISTIAN ALFUND                              25.00
00198005     07/08/11     ALL ABOUT CARE LLC                        59,790.36
00198006     07/08/11     ALL CLEAN JANITORIAL AND                  40,817.05
00198007     07/08/11     ALLEN PAPER AND SUPPLY                       110.85
00198008     07/08/11     ALLIED OIL INC.                          144,781.53
00198009     07/08/11     ALL-OUT FIRE PROTECTION                      951.00
00198010     07/08/11     JEAN ALTIERI                                  15.00
00198011     07/08/11     AMBASSADOR MEDICAL SERVICES                  645.00
00198012     07/08/11     AMERICAN MOSQUITO CNTRL ASSOC                120.00
00198013     07/08/11     AMERA-CHEM, INC.                             166.80
00198014     07/08/11     AMERICAN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION               800.00
00198015     07/08/11     AMERICAN BUS AND COACH, LLC                4,179.82
00198016     07/08/11     MICHAEL J. AMOROSA                           305.00
00198017     07/08/11     MARY ANN ANDERSON                             38.63
00198018     07/08/11     ANGELONE'S FLORIST                            59.40
00198019     07/08/11     JONITA ANIAG                                  17.80
00198020     07/08/11     ANTHEM INSTITUTE                           1,875.00
00198021     07/08/11     AT & T                                        84.64
00198022     07/08/11     AT & T                                        30.91
00198023     07/08/11     AT & T                                     2,273.72
00198024     07/08/11     LYNDA AUGUSTINE                              100.00
00198025     07/08/11     TOM BADGER                                    48.95
00198026     07/08/11     BALLY'S ATLANTIC CITY                        657.50
00198027     07/08/11     BART'S GLASS SHOP                            905.00
00198028     07/08/11     BE EQUIPMENT, INC.                         1,910.89
00198029     07/08/11     LOUIS BERGER GROUP, INC.                  66,497.53
00198030     07/08/11     BEST TECH GRAPHIC EQUIPMENT                  185.00
00198031     07/08/11     HARISH BHALLA                                 64.08
00198032     07/08/11     BIO-SHINE                                     36.92
00198033     07/08/11     HAROLD BLACK                                 480.00
00198034     07/08/11     BOB'S UNIFORM SHOP, INC.                     112.15
00198035     07/08/11     BOHSE AND ASSOCIATES                       1,400.00
00198036     07/08/11     BRIDGEWATER RESOURCES INC**                4,031.84
00198037     07/08/11     BRIDGEWATER TOWNSHIP                          75.00
00198038     07/08/11     FRANK G. BRUNO, SURROGATE                  1,492.84
00198039     07/08/11     JOAN BUKAVICH                                 15.00
00198040     07/08/11     SOMERSET COUNTY BUSINESS                  20,833.33
00198041     07/08/11     BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP OF                       75.00
00198042     07/08/11     SOM CTY BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP                 200.00
00198043     07/08/11     CABLEVISION                                  278.60
00198044     07/08/11     CABLEVISION                                  254.73
00198045     07/08/11     CAMMPS HARDWARE & LAWN PROD.                 428.90
00198046     07/08/11     CAPITAL STEEL SERVICE                      3,150.50
00198047     07/08/11     ROBERT CARNEVALE                             250.00
00198048     07/08/11     CARRIER NORTHEAST                          3,166.66
00198049     07/08/11     CARVER'S AUTO PARTS, INC.                  1,733.69
00198050     07/08/11     CDM INSTITUTE                              4,000.00
00198051     07/08/11     CENTRAL JERSEY STARTER AND                   285.00
00198052     07/08/11     CENTURYLINK COMM., INC.                       49.06
00198053     07/08/11     UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF                  17,554.73
00198054     07/08/11     GWEN CHALKER                                  32.93
00198055     07/08/11     SOM CTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                4,166.66
00198056     07/08/11     CHAMBERS ARCHITECTURE, INC                   500.00
00198057     07/08/11     CHEMUNG SUPPLY CORPORATION                 3,043.00
00198058     07/08/11     CHERRY, WEBER, AND ASSOCIATES             27,561.20
00198059     07/08/11     CINTAS FIRST AID AND SAFETY                  191.34
00198060     07/08/11     CINTAS FIRST AID AND SAFETY                  253.41
00198061     07/08/11     WILLIAM L. CLEMENTS LIBRARY                  100.00
00198062     07/08/11     SOMERSET COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S                 726.90
00198063     07/08/11     COMBINED SYSTEMS, INC                      1,140.00
00198064     07/08/11     CONFIDENTIAL FUND ACCOUNT                  3,000.00
00198065     07/08/11   CONFIRES FIRE PROTECTION          3,059.45
00198066     07/08/11   CONSHOHOCKEN STEEL PRODUCTS      14,736.00
00198067     07/08/11   CONSOLIDATED DAIRIES, INC.        5,754.29
00198068     07/08/11   CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.      11,140.15
00198069     07/08/11   CONTRACT PHARMACY SERVICES       13,066.20
00198070     07/08/11   COOPER, ROBERTSON & RODGERS, L   78,096.91
00198071     07/08/11   COOPER, ROBERTSON & RODGERS, L    1,815.00
00198072     07/08/11   CORESOURCE ADMIN.                    30.00
00198073     07/08/11   CORESOURCE ADMIN.                 5,377.70
00198074     07/08/11   COURIER NEWS                        527.08
00198075     07/08/11   COURIER NEWS                        158.64
00198076     07/08/11   COUNTY PROSECUTORS ASSOC OF NJ      825.00
00198077     07/08/11   CRAFTMASTER HARDWARD CO., INC.      102.00
00198078     07/08/11   CROWN CASTLE MUT, LLC.            2,680.19
00198079     07/08/11   CRYOSTAR INDUSTRIES, INC.           562.00
00198080     07/08/11   CUMMINS METRO POWER                 508.79
00198081     07/08/11   CUSTOM BANDAG, INC.               2,756.47
00198082     07/08/11   DAVE'S SUBURBAN DISPOSAL, INC.    1,869.46
00198083     07/08/11   DEER CARCASS REMOVAL SERVICE      4,560.00
00198084     07/08/11   DEER PARK SPRING WATER              763.23
00198085     07/08/11   DEER PARK SPRING WATER              176.09
00198086     07/08/11   PITTSBURGH DELL MARKETING L.P.   10,577.40
00198087     07/08/11   DELTA PRODUCTS                    2,014.59
00198088     07/08/11   DELTA CONTRACTING SERVICES INC    1,030.85
00198089     07/08/11   MICHAEL DENSON                      480.00
00198090     07/08/11   DEWBERRY - GOODKIND, INC.        57,787.72
00198091     07/08/11   ROBERT DIMATTEO                     150.00
00198092     07/08/11   DIRIGO SOFTWARE                     396.00
00198093     07/08/11   STATE OF NEW JERSEY              18,429.00
00198094     07/08/11   MARION MAGOVSKY DOERR               150.00
00198095     07/08/11   RITA DONALD                       1,629.35
00198096     07/08/11   DRINKER, BIDDLE & SHANLEY, LLP   38,922.48
00198097     07/08/11   ANGELA M DUBIVSKY                    29.95
00198098     07/08/11   DURA WEAR GLOVE & SAFETY CO       3,037.73
00198099     07/08/11   MICHAEL D'ALESSANDRO, ESQ           280.00
00198100     07/08/11   THOMAS D'AMICO                       85.00
00198101     07/08/11   EAST COAST EMERGENCY LIGHTING        43.20
00198102     07/08/11   ELECTRONIC'S MEASUREMENT LAB        115.00
00198103     07/08/11   ELEX PUBLISHERS, INC                172.50
00198104     07/08/11   ELLIOTT BEVERAGE                    693.34
00198105     07/08/11   VANESSA EMANUELE                    150.00
00198106     07/08/11   EPLUS TECHNOLOGY                  8,820.40
00198107     07/08/11   E & A RESTAURANT SUPPLY           2,858.18
00198108     07/08/11   FAST SIGNS                          105.00
00198109     07/08/11   FASTENAL INDUSTRIAL &             1,079.84
00198110     07/08/11   FEDEX                               167.59
00198111     07/08/11   H.A. FERNOT CO., INC.             1,036.50
00198112     07/08/11   FINGERS RADIATOR HOSPITAL, INC      425.00
00198113     07/08/11   FLANAGAN'S CONTRACTING GRP INC   84,097.09
00198114     07/08/11   FLEMINGTON DEPARTMENT STORE         995.60
00198115     07/08/11   FLEMINGTON JEEP                   2,116.96
00198116     07/08/11   FLOWER GALLERY                      765.00
00198117     07/08/11   FOX STEEL PRODUCTS                2,350.00
00198118     07/08/11   FRENCH & PARRELLO ASSOCIATES      7,800.00
00198119     07/08/11   FRENCH & PARRELLO ASSOCIATES      4,965.00
00198120     07/08/11   GANNETT FLEMING, INC.             6,000.00
00198121     07/08/11   GARDEN STATE HIGHWAY              1,623.50
00198122     07/08/11   FRANK GARGIULO & SON, INC.          898.15
00198123     07/08/11   GEN-EL INDUSTRIES, INC.             789.08
00198124     07/08/11   SANDRA GINES                        100.00
00198125     07/08/11   GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT         769.76
00198126     07/08/11   GOURMET EVENTS/MAX'S                107.40
00198127     07/08/11   GRAINGER                            179.68
00198128     07/08/11   CAROLE GRAY                          15.00
00198129     07/08/11   GREEN BROOK ELECTRONICS, INC        136.45
00198130     07/08/11   GRIFFIN AUTOMOTIVE INFO SRVC.     1,995.00
00198131     07/08/11   SOMERSET HANDICAPPED CHILDREN     7,958.00
00198132     07/08/11   HANLON, DUNN AND ROBERTSON        3,176.00
00198133     07/08/11   MAGNUN, INC.                     10,163.58
00198134     07/08/11   HATCH MOTT MACDONALD T&T, INC.   37,081.37
00198135     07/08/11   MS HEALTH SOFTWARE CORP.         10,695.00
00198136     07/08/11   HERTRICH FLEET SERVICES          20,667.00
00198137     07/08/11   HILLSBOROUGH MUNICIPAL UTIL.        420.00
00198138     07/08/11   TOWNSHIP OF HILLSBOROUGH          1,696.10
00198139     07/08/11   HOFFMAN SERVICES, INC.            3,854.00
00198140     07/08/11   HOME DEPOT                           84.54
00198141     07/08/11   HONEYWELL, INC.                  31,200.00
00198142     07/08/11   HOOVER TRUCK CENTERS              6,182.17
00198143     07/08/11   HORIZON DISPOSAL SERVICES, INC       49.50
00198144     07/08/11   CENTRAL JERSEY HOUSING               90.00
RZ ABSTAIN
00198145   07/08/11   TIMOTHY HOWES                          412.50
00198146   07/08/11   HUGHES-PLUMER & ASSOC.                 252.25
00198147   07/08/11   MITCHELL HUMPHREY & CO.             65,150.00
00198148   07/08/11   HUNTERDON COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF       3,920.00
00198149   07/08/11   HUNTERDON COUNTY ESC                37,249.20
00198150   07/08/11   HUSTLER CONVEYOR                     3,599.85
00198151   07/08/11   IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS                1,376.80
00198152   07/08/11   IKON OFFICE SOLLUTIONS INC           3,045.76
00198153   07/08/11   INDEPENDENT OVERHEAD DOOR CO.          600.50
00198154   07/08/11   ISECURETRAC CORP.                      840.90
00198155   07/08/11   J & J COURT TRANSCRIBERS, INC.          58.84
00198156   07/08/11   AMERICAN JAIL ASSOCIATION               48.00
00198157   07/08/11   JAMAC FROZEN FOOD CORP.                912.27
00198158   07/08/11   JERSEY CENTRAL POWER AND LIGHT       3,258.54
00198159   07/08/11   JESCO, INC.                            662.08
00198160   07/08/11   JEWEL ELECTRIC SUPPLY                  738.05
00198161   07/08/11   JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES               1,295.00
00198162   07/08/11   JOHNSON, MIRMIRAN & THOMPSON         6,943.47
00198163   07/08/11   JOHNSTONE SUPPLY CO.                   379.80
00198164   07/08/11   JOSEPH G. HOWARTH                      230.00
00198165   07/08/11   JRC SERVICE, INC.                      272.00
00198166   07/08/11   KAIZEN TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            3,250.00
00198167   07/08/11   KARETAS FOODS, INC.                  8,757.61
00198168   07/08/11   KEY-TECH                               387.50
00198169   07/08/11   KIDDE FIRE TRAINERS                  5,151.75
00198170   07/08/11   ANNE KIRK                               15.00
00198171   07/08/11   KOHLER WASTE SERVICES, INC.            284.00
00198172   07/08/11   KUPPER, LLC                         42,894.40
00198173   07/08/11   LANDSCAPE MATERIAL INC.                 56.00
00198174   07/08/11   LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.                  512.96
00198175   07/08/11   LENTINI AUTO SALVAGE                   150.00
00198176   07/08/11   SUZANNE LICCARDO                        25.00
00198177   07/08/11   WILMA LOBIONDO                          15.00
00198178   07/08/11   JOHN M. LORE, ESQ.                   2,925.00
00198179   07/08/11   MADISON PLUMBING SUPPLY, INC           225.18
00198180   07/08/11   LINDA A. MAHEDY                        110.02
00198181   07/08/11   MANATRON, INC.                      12,110.00
00198182   07/08/11   TREASURER, BORO OF MANVILLE          1,440.00
00198183   07/08/11   MAXIMUM CARE AMBULANCE SERVICE       6,740.88
00198184   07/08/11   NORMAN MC KINNEY                       338.36
00198185   07/08/11   PAUL MCCALL                          1,635.30
00198186   07/08/11   MECHANICAL SYSTEMS SERVICE INC         827.38
00198187   07/08/11   SOMERSET MEDICAL CENTER                381.00
00198188   07/08/11   MEDTOX LABORATORIES                     81.65
00198189   07/08/11   RAYMOND MERO, D.O.                   5,125.00
00198190   07/08/11   METRO HYDRAULIC JACK, CO.              943.00
00198191   07/08/11   METUCHEN CENTER, INC.                  304.71
00198192   07/08/11   MIDCO WASTE SYSTEMS                    132.51
00198193   07/08/11   JERRY MIDGETTE                          37.84
00198194   07/08/11   MID-ATLANTIC TRUCK CENTRE,INC.       3,140.54
00198195   07/08/11   MICHAEL MILLER                         480.00
00198196   07/08/11   MINOLTA CORPORATION                    155.64
00198197   07/08/11   MIVILA FOODS                         1,294.41
00198198   07/08/11   MODERN HANDLING EQUIP. OF NJ         1,190.57
00198199   07/08/11   MOPAC RENDERING                         30.00
00198200   07/08/11   COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS               228.00
00198201   07/08/11   LINDA VAN ZANDT MORRIS                 146.50
00198202   07/08/11   MORRISON'S                             252.00
00198203   07/08/11   MOTOROLA                           157,455.38
00198204   07/08/11   MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY                1,062.50
00198205   07/08/11   NAPCO                                   68.76
00198206   07/08/11   NIRAM, INC.                      1,412,899.32
00198207   07/08/11   NJ ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES             225.00
00198208   07/08/11   NJAC                                   225.00
00198209   07/08/11   NJBIZ                                   59.95
00198210   07/08/11   NJDEP-TREASURER, STATE OF NJ            80.00
00198211   07/08/11   TREASURER, STATE OF NJ               3,837.03
00198212   07/08/11   OCE NORTH AMERICA                      335.85
00198213   07/08/11   ONE CALL CONCEPTS, INC.                 94.08
00198214   07/08/11   H.J. OPDYKE BUILDING SUPPLY CO         119.64
00198215   07/08/11   SOMERSET ORTHOPEDIC ASSOC PA         2,045.60
00198216   07/08/11   SOM CTY PARK COMMISSION             65,351.75
00198217   07/08/11   SOM CTY PARK COMMISSION             27,000.00
00198218   07/08/11   SOM CTY PARK COMMISSION             19,200.00
00198219   07/08/11   SOM CTY PARK COMMISSION              2,500.00
00198220   07/08/11   NATIONAL PARTS SUPPLY COMPANY        3,645.23
00198221   07/08/11   PATERSON PAPERS                      3,953.57
00198222   07/08/11   P B AMERICAS, INC.                  28,927.39
00198223   07/08/11   PETS UNITED                          2,983.05
00198224   07/08/11   PITNEY BOWES                           196.65
00198225   07/08/11   BRIDGEWATER'S PITSTOP N WASH           367.00
00198226     07/08/11   PLANSMARTNJ                             50.00
00198227     07/08/11   TRACY PLUCHINO                          67.20
00198228     07/08/11   LISA POLKOWSKI                         100.00
00198229     07/08/11   PRINTINGFORLESS.COM, INC.              160.70
00198230     07/08/11   PRIOR NAMI BUSINESS SYSTEMS          1,048.00
00198231     07/08/11   PROFESSIONAL CLIMATE CONTROL        19,242.97
00198232     07/08/11   FRANK J. PROVENZANO, CUSTODIAN         478.83
00198233     07/08/11   JAMES G. PRUZNICK                      150.00
00198234     07/08/11   PUBLIC SERVICE ELEC & GAS           89,101.02
00198235     07/08/11   PTS OF AMERICA, LLC                  2,752.00
00198236     07/08/11   PWANJ - EDUCATION                      190.00
00198237     07/08/11   QUALITY GLASS SPECIALISTS, INC       1,096.50
00198238     07/08/11   VILMA RAMIREZ                          175.00
00198239     07/08/11   AMERICAN RED CROSS                      59.95
00198240     07/08/11   REDWOOD TOXICOLOGY LABORATORY          530.37
00198241     07/08/11   RELIANCE GRAPHICS, INC.             87,500.00
00198242     07/08/11   REMINGTON ARMS CO. INC.                450.00
00198243     07/08/11   RICCIARDI BROTHERS                   1,328.50
00198244     07/08/11   ROTATOR STAFFING SERVICES, INC       2,922.48
00198245     07/08/11   LISA ROTHENBURGER                      553.18
00198246     07/08/11   RP BAKING, LLC                       4,033.37
00198247     07/08/11   ALAN RUBIN                              22.52
00198248     07/08/11   RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY          440.00
00198249     07/08/11   RUTGERS, CTR. FOR MGT. DEV.         42,965.00
00198250     07/08/11   RUTGERS UNIVERISITY - CENTER         3,960.50
00198251     07/08/11   RARITAN VALLEY                      57,802.00
00198252     07/08/11   RARITAN VALLEY COMM COLLEGE          9,975.33
00198253     07/08/11   RVCC/CCE                            17,694.60
00198254     07/08/11   RYJAM, INC.                        113,155.85
00198255     07/08/11   SAFE GUARD DOCUMENT                    249.80
00198256     07/08/11   SAKER SHOPRITES, INC.                3,314.34
00198257     07/08/11   JACQUELINE SEBENS                       15.00
00198258     07/08/11   EDIE SHARP                             300.00
00198259     07/08/11   NATIONAL SHERIFF'S ASSOC.               45.00
00198260     07/08/11   SHERWIN-WILLIAMS                        70.00
00198261     07/08/11   SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC.               9,600.00
00198262     07/08/11   SOMERSET CO CURRENT ACCOUNT      3,170,421.00
00198263     07/08/11   SOMERSET COUNTY DEDICATED              300.00
00198264     07/08/11   SOMERSET COUNTY TREASURER           41,538.55
00198265     07/08/11   SOMERSET VETERINARY GROUP, P A         122.90
00198266     07/08/11   SOMERSET COUNTY SENIOR                 100.00
00198267     07/08/11   SOMERVILLE LUMBER CO.                  354.00
00198268     07/08/11   J.M. SORGE, INC.                    32,445.80
PP ABSTAIN
00198269     07/08/11   SORIANO'S CLASSIC CATERERS            784.55
00198270     07/08/11   ALICJA SOSIDKO                        159.00
00198271     07/08/11   KATHLEEN SPERDUTO                     187.65
00198272     07/08/11   SPRINT                              2,690.55
00198273     07/08/11   SPRINT                                 13.90
00198274     07/08/11   SPRUCE INDUSTRIES                      64.85
00198275     07/08/11   PAT STABILE                            15.00
00198276     07/08/11   WILLIAM J. STAHL                      126.23
00198277     07/08/11   STAR LEDGER                           145.68
00198278     07/08/11   THE MARTIN & EDITH STEIN              680.00
00198279     07/08/11   STERICYCLE, INC.                      325.34
00198280     07/08/11   STORR TRACTOR COMPANY              44,750.00
00198281     07/08/11   ISABEL SUAREZ                         151.70
00198282     07/08/11   SUNGARD AVANTGARD, LLC                500.00
00198283     07/08/11   SOMERSET SYRUP & CONCESSION            80.00
00198284     07/08/11   TESSCO                                787.10
00198285     07/08/11   TJ'S SPORTWIDE TROPHY & AWARDS        192.38
00198286     07/08/11   TRAFFIC SAFETY SERVICE CORP.        3,328.00
00198287     07/08/11   TRANSOFT SOLUTIONS INC                752.00
00198288     07/08/11   TRAP ROCK INDUSTRIES, INC.          1,016.20
00198289     07/08/11   TRI-COUNTY SECURITY SERVICES        2,134.30
00198290     07/08/11   T & M ASSOCIATES                   10,113.84
PP ABSTAIN
00198291     07/08/11   T & M ASSOCIATES                   31,146.33
PP ABSTAIN
00198292     07/08/11   UNION AVENUE LEGEND PHARMACY          874.54
00198293     07/08/11   UNIVERSAL UNIFORM, INC.             1,418.00
00198294     07/08/11   UNITED PARCEL SERVICE                 466.62
00198295     07/08/11   URGENTMED PC                          315.00
00198296     07/08/11   USDI BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT        231.13
00198297     07/08/11   LARRY VAN CLEEF                     2,300.00
00198298     07/08/11   VAN CLEEF ENGINEERING                 950.00
00198299     07/08/11   VERIZON                               122.98
00198300     07/08/11   VERIZON                            22,809.83
00198302     07/08/11   VERIZON WIRELESS                    2,228.51
00198303     07/08/11   VERIZON CABS                        2,966.71
00198304     07/08/11   VERIZON WIRELESS                    2,826.91
00198305     07/08/11   VERIZON INTERNET SERVICES INC        359.96
00198306     07/08/11   VERIZON WIRELESS                     255.58
00198307     07/08/11   RAJINDA VIRGIL                        56.48
00198308     07/08/11   VIVA GROUP                           133.73
00198309     07/08/11   CHRISTOPHER M. VOKES                 200.00
00198310     07/08/11   WARRENBROOK SENIOR CENTER            310.75
00198311     07/08/11   NEW JERSEY AMERICAN WATER          1,369.14
00198312     07/08/11   W.B. MASON CO., INC.              10,365.79
00198314     07/08/11   WEST GROUP                         4,212.56
00198315     07/08/11   XEROX CORPORATION                  1,798.94
00198316     07/06/11   ADTI HOUSING CORP.               321,318.50
00198317     07/06/11   AFFORDABLE HOUSING                 5,475.00
00198318     07/06/11   CENTRAL JERSEY                    11,263.00
RZ ABSTAIN
00198319     07/06/11   COOPERATIVE HOUSING CORP            816.00
00198320     07/06/11   SOMERSET HOME FOR TEMPORARILY     7,312.50
00198321     07/06/11   INTERFAITH HOSPITALITY NETWORK    7,271.50
00198322     07/06/11   LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTHWEST NJ      777.28
00198323     07/06/11   OCE NORTH AMERICA                   140.25
00198324     07/06/11   DEAN SHERWOOD                     3,795.00
00198325     07/06/11   SOMERSET COUNTY TREASURER            37.34
00198326     07/06/11   SOMERSET HILLS YMCA              57,610.00
00198568     07/08/11   NOREEN GUL, CUSTODIAN               400.24
00198569     07/08/11   SCIAA                             8,820.00
00198570     07/15/11   SOM CTY 4-H ASSOCIATION           4,481.25
00198571     07/15/11   ACTIVE DISPOSAL SERVICE INC          74.75
00198572     07/15/11   ROBERT ADAMSON                      100.00
00198573     07/15/11   NJ FOUNDATION FOR AGING             120.00
00198574     07/15/11   ALL ABOUT CARE LLC               28,673.73
00198575     07/15/11   ALLIED OIL INC.                  81,725.90
00198576     07/15/11   AMERICAN TOWER CORPORATION          921.17
00198577     07/15/11   AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF               319.80
00198578     07/15/11   ARCOLA BUS SALES                  1,556.27
00198579     07/15/11   AUTOZONE INC.                     1,232.72
00198580     07/15/11   AVTECH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY    4,000.00
00198581     07/15/11   A & A GLOVE & SAFETY CO.            248.00
00198582     07/15/11   JEFFREY BALDWIN                     747.00
00198583     07/15/11   BENDINER AND SCHLESINGER CORP.    1,106.17
00198584     07/15/11   LOUIS BERGER GROUP, INC.         16,750.40
00198585     07/15/11   BORDERS, BIG SALE & SERVICES      3,692.32
00198586     07/15/11   BRIDGEWATER INDUSTRIAL ASSOC.    18,756.02
00198587     07/15/11   BUS PARTS WAREHOUSE                 212.28
00198588     07/15/11   B.M.I. - BIG MIKE, INC.             330.00
00198589     07/15/11   CABLEVISION                          74.90
00198590     07/15/11   CAMBRIA AUTOMOTIVE COMPANIES      1,179.98
00198591     07/15/11   LUIGI CARRA                          52.08
00198592     07/15/11   CARRY HOT, INC.                     275.60
00198593     07/15/11   CDM INSTITUTE                       400.00
00198594     07/15/11   CENTRAL MOVING SYSTEMS, INC      15,570.79
00198595     07/15/11   UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF          9,388.60
00198596     07/15/11   CFG HEALTH SYSTEMS               32,346.93
00198597     07/15/11   SOM CTY CHAPLAINCY COUNCIL        6,230.00
00198598     07/15/11   JONATHAN CHARZEWSKI                 225.00
00198599     07/15/11   ANTHONY CHATTOO                     135.13
00198600     07/15/11   CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES         177.37
00198601     07/15/11   CHERRY, WEBER, AND ASSOCIATES       550.00
00198602     07/15/11   BRIAN CLARK                         100.00
00198603     07/15/11   CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS             750.00
00198604     07/15/11   CONTINENTAL RESOURCES, INC.         876.15
00198605     07/15/11   CORIZON HEALTH OF NEW JERSEY     12,553.00
00198606     07/15/11   CORRECTIONAL DENTAL ASSOCIATES    3,572.00
00198607     07/15/11   COURIER NEWS                        213.44
00198608     07/15/11   CRAWFORD HOUSE, INC.              9,277.00
00198609     07/15/11   CREATIVE NOTIONS, LLC               525.00
00198610     07/15/11   DEER PARK SPRING WATER               58.43
00198611     07/15/11   DEPTCOR                           1,150.00
00198612     07/15/11   DISCOVERY BENEFITS                  870.74
00198613     07/15/11   DITSCHMAN/FLEMINGTON FORD        32,649.10
00198614     07/15/11   DORELL & SONS, INC.                  64.20
00198615     07/15/11   MR. DRIVING SCHOOL, INC.            400.00
00198616     07/15/11   D & B AUTO SUPPLY                 3,800.44
00198617     07/15/11   MARYANN EVON                         57.93
00198618     07/15/11   FANWOOD CRUSHED STONE               251.92
00198619     07/15/11   FEDEX                                76.34
00198620     07/15/11   GREGORY L FELDMAN, ESQ.           1,501.90
00198621     07/15/11   FRENCH & PARRELLO ASSOCIATES      2,600.00
00198622     07/15/11   F & S TIRE CORP., INC.            6,254.16
00198623     07/15/11   GARDEN STATE HIGHWAY                308.40
00198624     07/15/11   GLOBESPAN MEDICAL, INC.           1,117.75
00198625     07/15/11   MARIO A GONZALEZ                    200.00
00198626     07/15/11   GOURMET EVENTS/MAX'S                237.50
00198627   07/15/11   GOURMET EVENTS/MAX'S                 333.60
00198628   07/15/11   GRAINGER PARTS OPERATIONS            150.96
00198629   07/15/11   GTS-WELCO                            299.14
00198630   07/15/11   LIDA HARTFIEL                        179.70
00198631   07/15/11   HARTFORD STEAM BOILER                110.00
00198632   07/15/11   HATCH MOTT MACDONALD T&T, INC.    12,981.58
00198633   07/15/11   OSWALDO HERNANDEZ                    225.00
00198634   07/15/11   NEW HORIZONS                       3,199.20
00198635   07/15/11   HUNTERDON COUNTY POLYTECH          3,100.00
00198636   07/15/11   ICON AMERICA                         911.39
00198637   07/15/11   IMAGE SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS            94.85
00198638   07/15/11   INDEPENDENT OVERHEAD DOOR CO.        405.00
00198639   07/15/11   INDUSTRIAL RUBBER CO               1,512.99
00198640   07/15/11   INTER CITY TIRE AND AUTO           5,318.58
00198641   07/15/11   LINDA NANCY JONES                  1,150.00
00198642   07/15/11   KLEPP ENVIRONMENTAL SERV, INC.     1,100.00
00198643   07/15/11   JAY KRUSH                            150.00
00198644   07/15/11   KYOCERA MITA AMERICA, INC            197.59
00198645   07/15/11   THE LANDTEK GROUP, INC           334,042.90
00198646   07/15/11   LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES               572.90
00198647   07/15/11   LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.                415.47
00198648   07/15/11   LUBE CONNECTION                      183.60
00198649   07/15/11   MANVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE CO #1      2,000.00
00198650   07/15/11   PAUL MCCALL                          510.00
00198651   07/15/11   MECHANICAL SYSTEMS SERVICE INC     6,229.00
00198652   07/15/11   MERCER SPRING                      2,456.34
00198653   07/15/11   MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION IN      17,471.00
00198654   07/15/11   SHARON A MICHALSKI, ESQ.             521.75
00198655   07/15/11   MIDDLE EARTH                      29,300.42
00198656   07/15/11   MILLER, ROBERTSON, RODGERS,ESQ        73.75
00198657   07/15/11   SYMPHONY DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES         836.00
00198658   07/15/11   MOORE MEDICAL LLC                  2,045.23
00198659   07/15/11   MURALIDHAR ENTERPRISE L.L.C.         375.00
00198660   07/15/11   NEW PAK, INC.                        832.20
00198661   07/15/11   NJAC FOUNDATION                    1,150.00
00198662   07/15/11   CENTRAL JERSEY NURSERIES, INC.        52.37
00198663   07/15/11   OCEAN TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS             175.00
00198664   07/15/11   KEN & ZINA O'DOWD                  9,629.00
00198665   07/15/11   THOMAS O'LOUGHLIN ESQ                736.50
00198666   07/15/11   OMAHA STANDARD, INC.               3,929.23
00198667   07/15/11   KURT S. PADUCH                        42.00
00198668   07/15/11   NATIONAL PARTS SUPPLY COMPANY      7,711.65
00198669   07/15/11   PAVE-RITE, INC.                    4,275.00
00198670   07/15/11   PDQ AUTO SUPPLY                      105.80
00198671   07/15/11   PENNJERSEY MACHINERY, LLC            120.04
00198672   07/15/11   PHYSICIAN SALES & SERVICE, INC    11,398.37
00198673   07/15/11   POST HARDWARE                        250.50
00198674   07/15/11   PRIME LUBE, INC.                   5,148.68
00198675   07/15/11   PRUZAN ASSOCIATES                    333.00
00198676   07/15/11   PUBLIC SERVICE ELEC & GAS            525.71
00198677   07/15/11   QUALITY GLASS SPECIALISTS, INC       178.90
00198678   07/15/11   ANGEL LUIS RAMIREZ                   114.98
00198679   07/15/11   RICCIARDI BROTHERS                   684.00
00198680   07/15/11   RICHIE'S TIRE SERVICE, INC.          336.40
00198681   07/15/11   ROBOTECH CAD SOLUTIONS             1,600.00
00198682   07/15/11   ROSS EQUIPMENT                     2,397.14
00198683   07/15/11   ROUTE 23 AUTO MALL, LLC            2,203.87
00198684   07/15/11   RUTGERS, CTR. FOR MGT. DEV.        3,600.00
00198685   07/15/11   RARITAN VALLEY COMM COLLEGE        6,588.00
00198686   07/15/11   RVCC/CCE                           1,914.00
00198687   07/15/11   R & H TRUCK PARTS AND SERVICE      2,802.14
00198688   07/15/11   NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL              392.63
00198689   07/15/11   SANITATION EQUIPMENT                 118.99
00198690   07/15/11   DANIEL L. SAWKA                      144.00
00198691   07/15/11   SOM COUNTY GOVERNING OFFICIALS        35.00
00198692   07/15/11   SCHWARTZ GARDENS                      77.00
00198693   07/15/11   SIGNAL CONTROL PRODUCTS, INC.     22,525.00
00198694   07/15/11   SMITH & SOLOMON DRIVER TRAIN       3,600.00
00198695   07/15/11   SOMERSET CO CURRENT ACCOUNT       68,139.04
00198696   07/15/11   SOMERSET COUNTY DEDICATED         51,689.59
00198697   07/15/11   SOMERSET HILLS TOWING                354.25
00198698   07/15/11   SOMERVILLE BUSINESS PARK, LLC     35,831.66
00198699   07/15/11   STONE CENTER AT BRIDGEWATER           83.02
00198700   07/15/11   SUMMIT PAPER COMPANY                  51.78
00198701   07/15/11   W.E. TIMMERMAN CO                    598.51
00198702   07/15/11   JOSIE M. TROVATO                      76.89
00198703   07/15/11   UMDNJ SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH        350.00
00198704   07/15/11   UNITED STATES ELEVATOR, INC.       6,969.49
00198705   07/15/11   URGENTMED PC                         675.00
00198706   07/15/11   USA ARCHITECHS, PLANNERS, AND     11,207.15
00198707   07/15/11   VALUATION CONSULTANTS, INC.        1,188.90
00198708   07/15/11   VERIZON                                   7,030.25
00198709   07/15/11   VERIZON WIRELESS                          1,834.63
00198710   07/15/11   VINNIE'S II PIZZERIA                        305.00
00198711   07/15/11   WELLS FARGO BANK NORTHWEST N A          131,960.28
00198712   07/15/11   WASTE MANAGEMENT OF NEW JERSEY              362.82
00198713   07/15/11   NEW JERSEY AMERICAN WATER                 4,627.49
00198714   07/15/11   W.B. MASON CO., INC.                      2,366.14
00198715   07/15/11   WCTC/WMGQ                                   650.00
00198716   07/15/11   WELDON ASPHALT CORP                       1,217.88
00198717   07/15/11   WEST GROUP                                  853.06
00198718   07/15/11   WINDSOR INSTITUTE OF                      4,000.00
00198719   07/15/11   XEROX CORPORATION                         1,380.00
00198720   07/15/11   XEROX CORPORATION                           105.00
00198721   07/15/11   XEROX CAPITAL SERVICES, LLC                 414.00
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TOTAL CHECK AMOUNT                                          8,552,152.02
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