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					                                      Toms River, New Jersey
                                         April 18, 2012

              The Regular Meeting of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the
County of Ocean was called to order on April 18, 2012 at 4:00 P.M., Room 119,
County Administration Building, 101 Hooper Avenue, Toms River, Ocean County,
New Jersey, with Director Little presiding, Members Kelly, Lacey, Vicari and
Bartlett present at the call of the roll.

            The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was followed by the Prayer.

           Gerry P. Little, Freeholder Director, read the following statement of
compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act:

            “In compliance with the provisions of the ‘Open Public Meetings Act’
            adequate notice of this Meeting of the Board of Chosen Freeholders
            has been advertised in the manner prescribed by law.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “We will begin our agenda. Mrs. Vasil.”

CLERK VASIL: “Thank you Director. The first item today is a proclamation
proclaiming May 2012 as “Older Americans Month” in Ocean County. In
connection with that I bring your attention to Item A-5 on the agenda. We also
have with us two very special guests, Antoinette Frank and Gladys Ribinsky and
they are Healthy Aging Role Models for Ocean County. If Jane Maloney, Director
of Senior Services and Antoinette and Gladys would come forward. The
proclamation reads:”


                  Office of the Freeholder Director


      Proclamation
                                  April 18, 2012

       WHEREAS, Ocean County, according to the 2010 census, is home to almost
160,000 individuals sixty (60) years of age and older and almost 20,000 individuals
eighty-five (85) years and older; and

     WHEREAS; each year the month of May is designated Older American’s
Month, a perfect opportunity to show our appreciation for the older adults in our
community; and

      WHEREAS, this year’s theme is “Never Too Old To Play”; and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 2




       WHEREAS, this year’s theme spotlights the important role older adults play
in sharing their experience, wisdom, and understanding; and

       WHEREAS, this year’s commemorations will highlight the value that older
adults continue to bring to our communities through spirited participation in social
and faith groups, service organizations, and other activities; and

       WHEREAS, as large numbers of baby-boomers reach retirement age, Ocean
County has increased their efforts to provide meaningful opportunities for older
adults; and

      WHEREAS, today’s seniors recognize the important health benefits from
remaining physically and socially active through their 80’s, 90’s and beyond; and

       WHEREAS, Ocean County is committed to helping all individuals maintain
their health and independence in later life.

    NOW, THEREFORE, I, GERRY P. LITTLE, DIRECTOR of the BOARD
OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF
NEW JERSEY hereby proclaim the month of May, 2012 as:

                           OLDER AMERICAN’S MONTH

and urge every citizen to take time this month to acknowledge the accomplishments
of our older citizens and engage with them through enjoyable social interactions.

CLERK VASIL: “I’ll also read two special resolutions Freeholder. Want me to do
that first? Okay.”



                                 Resolution
            Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                            Administration Building
                            Toms River, New Jersey

                                  April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, Ocean County is home to almost 160,000 older adults sixty
and over and almost 20,000 individuals 85 and over; and

      WHEREAS, this year’s theme “Never Too Old To Play” highlights the
important role older adults play in sharing their experience, wisdom and
understanding; and
       WHEREAS, Antoinette Frank, Toms River, who is Ninety-Three (93) years
old continues her spirited participation in physical, social, civic and service
activities; and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 3




      WHEREAS, Antoinette has done Yoga since 1982 and has volunteered at
the Toms River Senior Center since 1990; and

      WHEREAS, Antoinette continues to teach Yoga twice a week at the Senior
Center, serves on their Senior Advisory Committee, and is an enthusiastic helper at
every Senior Center project, party, and special event; and

     WHEREAS, Antoinette is a shining example of this year’s Older Americans
Month theme: Never Too Old To Play.

      NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby commends Antoinette Frank for her outstanding
accomplishments and leadership within the community and recognizes her as a
healthy aging role model for all of Ocean County.



                                 Resolution
            Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                            Administration Building
                            Toms River, New Jersey

                                   April 18, 2012

      WHEREAS, May is recognized annually as Older Americans Month across
the Nation drawing our attention to the accomplishments of our older citizens; and

      WHEREAS, GLADYS RIBINSKY of Long Beach Township, Ninety (90)
years old is a model of healthy aging as she continues to bring home ribbons and
medals for her swimming talents in both state and national competitions; and

      WHEREAS, GLADYS placed second in both the 200 and 100 meter swim
meets during the National Senior Olympics held in Houston, Texas in the 90 to 95
year old category where 500 people competed in the swimming competition and
10,124 athletes competed in all sports; and

      WHEREAS, GLADYS, who grew up across from the Raritan River in Perth
Amboy and considers herself a natural born swimmer, has placed in swimming in
each of the National Senior Olympics she has participated in including Virginia
Beach, Pittsburgh and Louisville, Kentucky where she received her first medal; and

      WHEREAS, GLADYS began swimming competitively at the age of 75 when
her daughter signed her up for her first state competition; and

      WHEREAS, GLADYS participates annually in the St. Francis Community
Center Polar Bear Plunge, a charitable fundraiser plunging participants into the cold
waters of the Atlantic Ocean each Super Bowl Sunday on Long Beach Island; and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 4




     WHEREAS, GLADYS RIBINSKY’S secret to healthy aging is simple: Just
Keep Moving; Don’t Stop.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY
hereby commends GLADYS RIBINSKY for her outstanding accomplishments in
both the State and National Senior Olympics and recognizes her as a healthy aging
role model for all of Ocean County.

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “I think it proves today that the two young ladies that
are here today prove what… the advice that we give, the quality of life, living
healthy and their contributions, and each one makes a major contribution. So,
Gladys, we appreciate you coming today. Life does begin at 85 sometimes.
Antoinette, we thank you for coming also today to show everyone some of our
programs, some of our 160,000 senior citizens, and Jane Maloney as Director. You
know, it is not only the contributions they make, a lot are volunteers, but also $2.2
billion dollars a year just in Ocean County with those retirement checks that come
in every single year really keep the economy going. You know, it is a very
difficult time with a mega recession, its our senior citizens that keep things going
because they like to spend money and we want you to spend it, but you can only
spend money in Ocean County. You can’t spend any money any place else. I thank
Jane Maloney and her department for working with our seniors to making sure that
you live with independence and dignity at all times. So, this Board just wants to
show that we have the healthiest seniors in the State of New Jersey, and the things
that you do for us, we just want to say thank you today and acknowledge you.
Now, give me some advice, what I can do to someday to make maybe eighty,
never mind ninety.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Join the Polar Bear plunge.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Maybe the Polar Bear. Okay, keep on moving, that’s
the thing. Keep on moving, don’t stop, that’s right. What advice do you have for
me Antoinette?”

ANTOINETTE FRANK: “Well, we all want to look good and in order to look
good we have to eat right and exercise every day.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Excellent.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “That’s excellent. Keep on moving. Thank you very
much.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Thank you very much Freeholder. We appreciate our elder
statesman presenting these awards. Mrs. Vasil if you would continue.”

CLERK VASIL: “Thank you Director. We have Public Hearings today on
Ordinances that were introduced at the last meeting. The first one.”

            Clerk Vasil read Ordinance #2012-4 by title, which was scheduled for
Public Hearing at this time.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                       Page 5




             Director Little opened the Public Hearing on Ordinance #2012-4 to
the public for comments.

             No comment were received, therefore, the Public Hearing was
declared closed.

             On motion duly made by Freeholder Vicari, seconded by Freeholder
Little, Ordinance #2012-4 was adopted on final reading, as follows:


                               ORDINANCE #2012-4

                    AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE SUM
                    OF   $500,000 FROM   THE   CAPITAL
                    IMPROVEMENT FUND FOR THE COST OF
                    VARIOUS ENGINEERING, ROAD, BRIDGE
                    AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, IN THE
                    COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
                    JERSEY.

          WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Ocean
recognizes the need for various engineering, road, bridge and drainage
improvements, in the County of Ocean, State of New Jersey; and
          WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the County that funds be available
for this purpose.
          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY (NOT
LESS     THAN       TWO       THIRDS       OF     ALL        MEMBERS   THEREOF
AFFIRMATIVELY CONCURRING), as follows:
          SECTION 1:        $500,000 is hereby appropriated from the Capital
Improvement Fund for the cost of various engineering, road, bridge and drainage
improvements, in the County of Ocean, which sum shall also cover fees and
contingencies.
          SECTION 2: The capital budget of the County of Ocean 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 of Local Government Services is on file with
the Clerk and is available there for public inspection.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                     Page 6




          SECTION 3: After passage upon first reading of this Ordinance, the
Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby directed to publish the full text
of the Ordinance, together with the notice set forth below entitled: “NOTICE OF
PENDING ORDINANCE” (with appropriate completions, insertions and
corrections), at least once in a newspaper qualified under N.J.S.A. 40A: 2-19, at
least seven days prior to the date set for public hearing and further consideration
for final passage (which date shall be at least ten days after introduction and first
reading). The Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is further directed to
comply with all provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A: 2-17(b) regarding postings,
publications, and the provision of copies of this Ordinance.
          SECTION 4: After final adoption of this Ordinance by the Board of
Chosen Freeholders, the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby
directed to publish the full text of this Ordinance, as finally
adopted, together with the notice set forth below entitled:          "NOTICE OF
ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE" (with appropriate completions, insertions and
corrections), at least once in a newspaper qualified under N.J.S.A. 40A: 2-19.
          SECTION 5: This Ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days after the
first publication thereof after final passage.


                    NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE


      PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Ordinance published
herewith has been finally adopted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the
County of Ocean on April 18, 2012, and the twenty (20) day period of limitation
within which a suit, action or proceeding questioning the validity of such
Ordinance can be commenced, as provided in the Local Bond Law, has begun to
run from the date of the first publication of this notice.

ROLL CALL:
    Ayes:           Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:           None

            Clerk Vasil read Ordinance #2012-5 by title, which was scheduled for
Public Hearing at this time.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                      Page 7




             Director Little opened the Public Hearing on Ordinance #2012-5 to
the public for comments.

             No comments were received, therefore, the Public Hearing was
declared closed.

            On motion duly made by Freeholder Vicari, seconded by Freeholder
Lacey, Ordinance #2012-5 was adopted on final reading, as follows:


                                    ORDINANCE #2012-5


                  AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING UPGRADES
                  AND CONVERSION OF THE COUNTY 911
                  DISPATCH SYSTEM AND APPROPRIATING
                  $4,000,000 THEREFOR AND AUTHORIZING
                  THE ISSUANCE OF $3,800,000 IN BONDS OR
                  BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES OF THE
                  COUNTY OF OCEAN TO FINANCE THE
                  SAME.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY (NOT LESS THAN TWO
THIRDS OF ALL MEMBERS THEREOF AFFIRMATIVELY CONCURRING),
AS FOLLOWS:

            SECTION 1. There is hereby authorized to be undertaken by the County
of Ocean, State of New Jersey, as general improvements upgrades and conversion
of the County 911 dispatch system, including, but not limited to, the acquisition
and installation of equipment and software and the migration to 700 MHZ
bandwidth, including all else necessary therefor and incidental thereto.
            SECTION 2.           It is hereby found, determined and declared that the
improvements or purposes, the estimated cost of the improvements and
appropriation therefor, down payment and estimated maximum amount of bonds or
notes authorized are as follows:
                                                                  ESTIMATED MAXIMUM
                                ESTIMATED COST                      AMOUNT OF BONDS
IMPROVEMENT                          AND               DOWN            OR NOTES
OR PURPOSE                      APPROPRIATION         PAYMENT         AUTHORIZED

Upgrades and conversion
of the County 911 Dispatch        $4,000,000          $200,000        $3,800,000
System, including, but not
limited to, acquisition and
installation of equipment and
software and the migration to
700 MHZ bandwidth
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 8



TOTALS                       $4,000,000              $200,000           $3,800,000

           SECTION 3.      There is hereby appropriated the sum of $4,000,000,
including the sum of $200,000 as the down payment, for the improvements or
purposes described in Section 1 hereof as required by the Local Bond Law. The
down payment has been made available by virtue of provision in the Capital
Improvement Fund of the County of Ocean in one or more previously adopted
budgets.
           SECTION 4.      There is hereby authorized the issuance of negotiable
bonds in an aggregate principal amount of $3,800,000 to finance part of the cost of
the purposes stated in Section 1 hereof. Said bonds shall bear interest at a rate not
exceeding the limit authorized by law, and the maturities, method of sale and other
details thereof shall be determined by subsequent resolutions to be adopted in the
manner provided by law.
           SECTION 5. In order to temporarily finance the purposes provided for
in Section 1 hereof, there is hereby authorized the issuance of bond anticipation
notes of said County in an aggregate principal amount of $3,800,000.          All bond
anticipation notes issued hereunder shall mature at such times as may be
determined by the County Comptroller; provided that no note shall mature later
than one year from its date. The bond anticipation notes shall bear interest at such
rate or rates and shall be in such form as may be determined by the County
Comptroller. The County Comptroller shall determine all matters in connection
with notes issued pursuant to this Ordinance, and the County Comptroller's
signature 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 N.J.S.A. 40A:2-8.1. The County Comptroller 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 County
Comptroller is directed to report in writing to the Board of Chosen Freeholders 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.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 9




         SECTION 6. The County reasonably expects to commence acquisition
and/or construction of the improvements described in Section 1 hereof, and to
advance all or a portion of the costs in respect thereof, prior to the issuance of
bonds or notes hereunder. To the extent such costs are advanced, the County
further reasonably expects to reimburse such expenditures from the proceeds of the
bonds or notes authorized by this bond ordinance, in an aggregate amount not to
exceed the amount of bonds or notes authorized in Section 2 hereof. This bond
ordinance is intended to be a declaration of official intent under Treasury
Regulation Section 1.150-2.
         SECTION 7. Any grant monies received for the purposes described in
Section 1 hereof, shall be applied either to direct payment of the cost of the
improvements or to payment of the obligations issued pursuant to this bond
ordinance. The amount of obligations authorized but not issued hereunder shall be
reduced to the extent that such funds are so used.
         SECTION 8. The amount of the proceeds of the obligations authorized
by this Ordinance which may be used for the payment of interest on such
obligations, architects' fees, accounting, engineering and inspection costs, legal
expenses, and other items as provided in N.J.S.A. 40A:2-20 shall not exceed the
sum of $1,000,000.
         SECTION 9.       The Capital Budget of the County of Ocean is hereby
amended to conform with the provisions of this Ordinance to the extent of any
inconsistency herewith. In the event of any such inconsistency and amendment,
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 of the Division of Local Government Services is on file with the Clerk of
the Board of Chosen Freeholders and is available there for public inspection.
         SECTION 10. It is hereby found, determined and declared as follows:
         A. The improvements or purposes described in Section 1 of this bond
ordinance are not current expenses.      They are improvements or purposes the
County may lawfully undertake as general improvements, and no part of the cost
thereof has been or shall be specially assessed on property benefitted thereby.
         B. The average period of usefulness of the improvements for which the
obligations authorized by this Ordinance are to be issued is seven (7) years.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 10




          C. The supplemental debt statement provided for in N.J.S.A. 40A:2-10
was duly filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders prior
to the passage of this Ordinance on first reading, and a complete executed
duplicate of such supplemental debt statement has been filed in the office of the
Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of
Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey, and such supplemental debt
statement shows that the gross debt of the County as defined in N.J.S.A. 40A:2-43
is increased by this Ordinance by $3,800,000 and the obligations authorized by this
Ordinance will be within all debt limitations prescribed by said Local Bond Law.
          SECTION 11. In the event the monies set forth above for any purpose is
not necessary for said purposes, then such monies shall be for the completion of
any of the other purposes provided for in this Ordinance.
          SECTION 12. The full faith and credit of the County of Ocean shall be
pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds and notes
authorized by this Ordinance, and as long as any of said bonds or notes are
outstanding, an appropriation shall be included in each annual budget of the
County hereafter adopted in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and
interest on such bonds or notes maturing in each year. 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 real property within the County for the
payment of the obligations and the interest thereon without limitation as to rate or
amount.
          SECTION 13. After passage upon first reading of this Ordinance, the
Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby directed to publish the full text
of the Ordinance, together with the notice set forth below entitled: "NOTICE OF
PENDING ORDINANCE" (with appropriate completions, insertions and
corrections), at least once in a newspaper qualified under N.J.S.A. 40A:2-19, at
least seven days prior to the date set for public hearing and further consideration
for final passage (which date shall be at least ten days after introduction and first
reading). The Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is further directed to
comply with all provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A:2-17(b) regarding postings,
publications, and the provision of copies of this Ordinance.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 11




          SECTION 14. After final adoption of this Ordinance by the Board of
Chosen Freeholders, the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby
directed to publish the full text of this Ordinance, as finally adopted, together with
the notice set forth below entitled: "NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE"
(with appropriate completions, insertions and corrections), at least once in a
newspaper qualified under N.J.S.A. 40A:2-19.
          SECTION 15. The Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County hereby
covenants on behalf of the County to take any action necessary or refrain from
taking such action in order to preserve the tax-exempt status of the bonds and notes
authorized hereunder as is or may be required under the Internal Revenue Code of
1986, as amended, and the regulations promulgated thereunder (the "Code"),
including compliance with the Code with regard to the use, expenditure,
investment, timely reporting and rebate of investment earnings as may be required
thereunder.
          SECTION 16. This Ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days after the
first publication thereof after final passage.


                    NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE


          PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Bond Ordinance
published herewith has been finally adopted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean on April 18, 2012, and the twenty (20) day period of
limitation within which a suit, action or proceeding questioning the validity of such
Bond Ordinance can be commenced, as provided in the Local Bond Law, has
begun to run from the date of the first publication of this notice.

ROLL CALL:
    Ayes:           Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:           None

            Clerk Vasil read Ordinance #2012-6 by title, which was scheduled for
Public Hearing at this time.

             Director Little opened the Public Hearing on Ordinance #2012-6 to
the public for comment.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 12




WILLIAM GUMPER, HOLIDAY CITY AT BERKELEY: “My next address may
be the cemetery.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “I don’t think so. You are one of those healthy….”

WILLIAM GUMPER: “I don’t know if it is proper to comment on… it refers to
the bridge in our Holiday City at Berkeley or not, but the residents of my township
are very pleased that the bridge is finished and even before Memorial Day. We
thank the Freeholders for their financial participation in this project, even the
resident Geese thank you also, the ones that eat our grass in our common grounds
and leave a present for us after they are finished. Thank you very much.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Okay, thank you. Anyone else wish to comment on this
Ordinance?”

            No additional comments were received, therefore, the Public Hearing
was declared closed.

            On motion duly made by Freeholder Vicari, seconded by Freeholder
Lacey, Ordinance #2012-6 was adopted on final reading, as follows:


                               ORDINANCE #2012-6

                AN       ORDINANCE   AUTHORIZING     THE
                REHABILITATION AND MANAGEMENT OF
                VARIOUS BRIDGES, IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN,
                STATE OF NEW JERSEY, AND APPROPRIATING
                $1,000,000 THEREFOR AND AUTHORIZING THE
                ISSUANCE OF $950,000 IN BONDS OR BOND
                ANTICIPATION NOTES OF THE COUNTY OF
                OCEAN TO FINANCE THE SAME.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY (NOT LESS THAN TWO
THIRDS OF ALL MEMBERS THEREOF AFFIRMATIVELY CONCURRING),
AS FOLLOWS:

         SECTION 1. There is hereby authorized to be undertaken by the County
of Ocean as general improvements, the rehabilitation and management of various
bridges, all located in the County of Ocean, State of New Jersey, in accordance
with plans and specifications on file in the Ocean County Engineering Department,
including all else necessary therefor and incidental thereto.
         SECTION 2.        It is hereby found, determined and declared that the
improvements or purposes, the estimated cost of the improvements and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 13




appropriation therefor, down payment and estimated maximum amount of bonds or
notes authorized are as follows:
                                                                 ESTIMATED MAXIMUM
                         ESTIMATED COST                            AMOUNT OF BONDS
IMPROVEMENT                   AND                    DOWN             OR NOTES
OR PURPOSE               APPROPRIATION              PAYMENT          AUTHORIZED

Rehabilitation and
management of
various bridges

TOTALS                       $1,000,000              $50,000           $950,000

           SECTION 3.      There is hereby appropriated the sum of $1,000,000,
including the sum of $50,000 as the down payment, for the improvements or
purposes described in Section 1 hereof as required by the Local Bond Law. The
down payment has been made available by virtue of provision in the Capital
Improvement Fund of the County of Ocean in one or more previously adopted
budgets.
           SECTION 4.      There is hereby authorized the issuance of negotiable
bonds in an aggregate principal amount of $950,000 to finance part of the cost of
the purposes stated in Section 1 hereof. Said bonds shall bear interest at a rate not
exceeding the limit authorized by law, and the maturities, method of sale and other
details thereof shall be determined by subsequent resolutions to be adopted in the
manner provided by law.
           SECTION 5. In order to temporarily finance the purposes provided for
in Section 1 hereof, there is hereby authorized the issuance of bond anticipation
notes of said County in an aggregate principal amount of $950,000.            All bond
anticipation notes issued hereunder shall mature at such times as may be
determined by the County Comptroller; provided that no note shall mature later
than one year from its date. The bond anticipation notes shall bear interest at such
rate or rates and shall be in such form as may be determined by the County
Comptroller. The County Comptroller shall determine all matters in connection
with notes issued pursuant to this Ordinance, and the County Comptroller's
signature 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 N.J.S.A. 40A:2-8.1. The County Comptroller is hereby authorized to
sell part or all of the notes from time to time at public or private sale and to deliver
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 14




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 County
Comptroller is directed to report in writing to the Board of Chosen Freeholders 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 6. The County reasonably expects to commence acquisition
and/or construction of the improvements described in Section 1 hereof, and to
advance all or a portion of the costs in respect thereof, prior to the issuance of
bonds or notes hereunder. To the extent such costs are advanced, the County
further reasonably expects to reimburse such expenditures from the proceeds of the
bonds or notes authorized by this bond ordinance, in an aggregate amount not to
exceed the amount of bonds or notes authorized in Section 2 hereof. This bond
ordinance is intended to be a declaration of official intent under Treasury
Regulation Section 1.150-2.
         SECTION 7. Any grant monies received for the purposes described in
Section 1 hereof, shall be applied either to direct payment of the cost of the
improvements or to payment of the obligations issued pursuant to this bond
ordinance. The amount of obligations authorized but not issued hereunder shall be
reduced to the extent that such funds are so used.
         SECTION 8. The amount of the proceeds of the obligations authorized
by this Ordinance which may be used for the payment of interest on such
obligations, architects' fees, accounting, engineering and inspection costs, legal
expenses, and other items as provided in N.J.S.A. 40A:2-20 shall not exceed the
sum of $500,000.
         SECTION 9.       The Capital Budget of the County of Ocean is hereby
amended to conform with the provisions of this Ordinance to the extent of any
inconsistency herewith. In the event of any such inconsistency and amendment,
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 of the Division of Local Government Services is on file with the Clerk of
the Board of Chosen Freeholders and is available there for public inspection.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 15




          SECTION 10. It is hereby found, determined and declared as follows:
          A. The improvements or purposes described in Section 1 of this bond
ordinance are not current expenses.      They are improvements or purposes the
County may lawfully undertake as general improvements, and no part of the cost
thereof has been or shall be specially assessed on property benefitted thereby.
          B. The average period of usefulness of the improvements for which the
obligations authorized by this Ordinance are to be issued is fifteen (15) years.
          C. The supplemental debt statement provided for in N.J.S.A. 40A:2-10
was duly filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders prior
to the passage of this Ordinance on first reading, and a complete executed
duplicate of such supplemental debt statement has been filed in the office of the
Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of
Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey, and such supplemental debt
statement shows that the gross debt of the County as defined in N.J.S.A. 40A:2-43
is increased by this Ordinance by $950,000 and the obligations authorized by this
Ordinance will be within all debt limitations prescribed by said Local Bond Law.
          SECTION 11. In the event the monies set forth above for any purpose is
not necessary for said purposes, then such monies shall be for the completion of
any of the other purposes provided for in this Ordinance.
          SECTION 12. The full faith and credit of the County of Ocean shall be
pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds and notes
authorized by this Ordinance, and as long as any of said bonds or notes are
outstanding, an appropriation shall be included in each annual budget of the
County hereafter adopted in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and
interest on such bonds or notes maturing in each year. 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 real property within the County for the
payment of the obligations and the interest thereon without limitation as to rate or
amount.
          SECTION 13. After passage upon first reading of this Ordinance, the
Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby directed to publish the full text
of the Ordinance, together with the notice set forth below entitled: "NOTICE OF
PENDING ORDINANCE" (with appropriate completions, insertions and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 16




corrections), at least once in a newspaper qualified under N.J.S.A. 40A:2-19, at
least seven days prior to the date set for public hearing and further consideration
for final passage (which date shall be at least ten days after introduction and first
reading). The Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is further directed to
comply with all provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A:2-17(b) regarding postings,
publications, and the provision of copies of this Ordinance.
          SECTION 14. After final adoption of this Ordinance by the Board of
Chosen Freeholders, the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby
directed to publish the full text of this Ordinance, as finally adopted, together with
the notice set forth below entitled: "NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE"
(with appropriate completions, insertions and corrections), at least once in a
newspaper qualified under N.J.S.A. 40A:2-19.
          SECTION 15. The Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County hereby
covenants on behalf of the County to take any action necessary or refrain from
taking such action in order to preserve the tax-exempt status of the bonds and notes
authorized hereunder as is or may be required under the Internal Revenue Code of
1986, as amended, and the regulations promulgated thereunder (the "Code"),
including compliance with the Code with regard to the use, expenditure,
investment, timely reporting and rebate of investment earnings as may be required
thereunder.
          SECTION 16. This Ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days after the
first publication thereof after final passage.
                    NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE


          PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Bond Ordinance
published herewith has been finally adopted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean on April 18, 2012, and the twenty (20) day period of
limitation within which a suit, action or proceeding questioning the validity of such
Bond Ordinance can be commenced, as provided in the Local Bond Law, has
begun to run from the date of the first publication of this notice.

ROLL CALL:
    Ayes:           Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:           None
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 17




            Clerk Vasil read Ordinance #2012-7 by title, which was scheduled for
Public Hearing at this time.

             Director Little opened the Public Hearing on Ordinance #2012-7 to
the public for comments.

             No comments were received, therefore, the Public Hearing was
declared closed.

             On motion duly made by Freeholder Lacey, seconded by Freeholder
Vicari, Ordinance #2012-7 was adopted on final reading, as follows:


                               ORDINANCE #2012-7


            AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING PHASE II OF THE
            RECONSTRUCTION    AND   RESURFACING    OF
            CERTAIN    COUNTY    ROADS,    AND    THE
            RECONSTRUCTION    AND   RESURFACING    OF
            COUNTY ROAD 528 (EAST VETERANS HIGHWAY)
            FROM STACY COURT TO BENNETTS MILLS ROAD,
            JACKSON TOWNSHIP, ALL IN THE COUNTY OF
            OCEAN,   STATE  OF    NEW   JERSEY,  AND
            APPROPRIATING $3,500,000 THEREFOR AND
            AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $3,325,000 IN
            BONDS OR BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES OF THE
            COUNTY OF OCEAN TO FINANCE THE SAME.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE
COUNTY OF OCEAN, IN THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY (NOT LESS THAN
TWO THIRDS OF ALL MEMBERS THEREOF AFFIRMATIVELY
CONCURRING) AS FOLLOWS:

         SECTION 1. There is hereby authorized to be undertaken by the County
of Ocean as general improvements, Phase II of the reconstruction and resurfacing
of certain County roads; and the reconstruction and resurfacing of County Road
528 (East Veterans Highway) from Stacy Court to Bennetts Mills Road, Jackson
Township, all in the County of Ocean, State of New Jersey, in accordance with
plans and specifications on file in the Ocean County Engineering Department,
including all else necessary therefor and incidental thereto.
         SECTION 2. It is hereby found, determined and declared that the several
improvements or purposes, the estimated cost of each improvement and
appropriation therefor, the respective down payment and estimated maximum
amount of bonds or notes to be issued for each improvement are as follows:
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                                                                 ESTIMATED MAXIMUM
                                 ESTIMATED COST                   AMOUNT OF BONDS
IMPROVEMENT                           AND             DOWN            OR NOTES
OR PURPOSE                       APPROPRIATION      PAYMENT          AUTHORIZED

Phase II recon. and resurf.
of certain County roads             $2,000,000       $100,000         $1,900,000

Recon. & resurf. of CR 528
(E. Veterans Hwy.) Stacy Ct.
to Bennetts Mills Rd.
Jackson Twp.                        $1,500,000        $75,000         $1,425,000

TOTALS                              $3,500,000       $175,000         $3,325,000


            SECTION 3.         There is hereby appropriated the sum of $3,500,000,
including the aggregate sum of $175,000 as the down payment, for the
improvements or purposes described in Section 1 hereof as required by the Local
Bond Law. The down payment has been made available by virtue of provision in
the Capital Improvement Fund of the County of Ocean in one or more previously
adopted budgets.
            SECTION 4.         There is hereby authorized the issuance of negotiable
bonds in an aggregate principal amount of $3,325,000 to finance part of the cost of
the purposes stated in Section 1 hereof. Said bonds shall bear interest at a rate not
exceeding the limit authorized by law, and the maturities, method of sale and other
details thereof shall be determined by subsequent resolutions to be adopted in the
manner provided by law.
            SECTION 5. In order to temporarily finance the purposes provided for
in Section 1 hereof, there is hereby authorized the issuance of bond anticipation
notes of said County in an aggregate principal amount of $3,325,000.           All bond
anticipation notes issued hereunder shall mature at such times as may be
determined by the County Comptroller; provided that no note shall mature later
than one year from its date. The bond anticipation notes shall bear interest at such
rate or rates and shall be in such form as may be determined by the County
Comptroller. The County Comptroller shall determine all matters in connection
with notes issued pursuant to this Ordinance, and the County Comptroller's
signature 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 N.J.S.A. 40A:2-8.1. The County Comptroller is hereby authorized to
sell part or all of the notes from time to time at public or private sale and to deliver
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 19




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 County
Comptroller is directed to report in writing to the Board of Chosen Freeholders 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 6. The County reasonably expects to commence acquisition
and/or construction of the improvements described in Section 1 hereof, and to
advance all or a portion of the costs in respect thereof, prior to the issuance of
bonds or notes hereunder. To the extent such costs are advanced, the County
further reasonably expects to reimburse such expenditures from the proceeds of the
bonds or notes authorized by this bond ordinance, in an aggregate amount not to
exceed the amount of bonds or notes authorized in Section 2 hereof. This bond
ordinance is intended to be a declaration of official intent under Treasury
Regulation Section 1.150-2.
         SECTION 7. Any grant monies received for the purposes described in
Section 1 hereof, shall be applied either to direct payment of the cost of the
improvements or to payment of the obligations issued pursuant to this bond
ordinance. The amount of obligations authorized but not issued hereunder shall be
reduced to the extent that such funds are so used.
         SECTION 8. The amount of the proceeds of the obligations authorized
by this Ordinance which may be used for the payment of interest on such
obligations, architects' fees, accounting, engineering and inspection costs, legal
expenses, and other items as provided in N.J.S.A. 40A:2-20 shall not exceed the
sum of $500,000.
         SECTION 9.       The Capital Budget of the County of Ocean is hereby
amended to conform with the provisions of this Ordinance to the extent of any
inconsistency herewith. In the event of any such inconsistency and amendment,
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 of the Division of Local Government Services is on file with the Clerk of
the Board of Chosen Freeholders and is available there for public inspection.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 20




          SECTION 10. It is hereby found, determined and declared as follows:
          A. The several improvements or purposes described in Section 1 of this
bond ordinance are not current expenses. They are improvements or purposes the
County may lawfully undertake as general improvements, and no part of the cost
thereof has been or shall be specially assessed on property benefitted thereby.
          B. The average period of usefulness of the several improvements or
purposes for which the obligations authorized by this Ordinance are to be issued is
ten (10) years.
          C. The supplemental debt statement provided for in N.J.S.A. 40A:2-10
was duly filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders prior
to the passage of this Ordinance on first reading, and a complete executed
duplicate of such supplemental debt statement has been filed in the office of the
Director of the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of
Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey, and such supplemental debt
statement shows that the gross debt of the County as defined in N.J.S.A. 40A:2-43
is increased by this Ordinance by $3,325,000 and the obligations authorized by this
Ordinance will be within all debt limitations prescribed by said Local Bond Law.
          SECTION 11. In the event the monies set forth above for any purpose is
not necessary for said purposes, then such monies shall be for the completion of
any of the other purposes provided for in this Ordinance.
          SECTION 12. The full faith and credit of the County of Ocean shall be
pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the bonds and notes
authorized by this Ordinance, and as long as any of said bonds or notes are
outstanding, an appropriation shall be included in each annual budget of the
County hereafter adopted in an amount sufficient to pay the principal of and
interest on such bonds or notes maturing in each year. 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 real property within the County for the
payment of the obligations and the interest thereon without limitation as to rate or
amount.
          SECTION 13. After passage upon first reading of this Ordinance, the
Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby directed to publish the full text
of the Ordinance, together with the notice set forth below entitled: "NOTICE OF
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 21




PENDING ORDINANCE" (with appropriate completions, insertions and
corrections), at least once in a newspaper qualified under N.J.S.A. 40A:2-19, at
least seven days prior to the date set for public hearing and further consideration
for final passage (which date shall be at least ten days after introduction and first
reading). The Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is further directed to
comply with all provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A:2-17(b) regarding postings,
publications, and the provision of copies of this Ordinance.
          SECTION 14. After final adoption of this Ordinance by the Board of
Chosen Freeholders, the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby
directed to publish the full text of this Ordinance, as finally adopted, together with
the notice set forth below entitled: "NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE"
(with appropriate completions, insertions and corrections), at least once in a
newspaper qualified under N.J.S.A. 40A:2-19.
          SECTION 15. The Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County hereby
covenants on behalf of the County to take any action necessary or refrain from
taking such action in order to preserve the tax-exempt status of the bonds and notes
authorized hereunder as is or may be required under the Internal Revenue Code of
1986, as amended, and the regulations promulgated thereunder (the "Code"),
including compliance with the Code with regard to the use, expenditure,
investment, timely reporting and rebate of investment earnings as may be required
thereunder.
          SECTION 16. This Ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days after the
first publication thereof after final passage.
                    NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE
          PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Bond Ordinance
published herewith has been finally adopted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean on April 18, 2012, and the twenty (20) day period of
limitation within which a suit, action or proceeding questioning the validity of such
Bond Ordinance can be commenced, as provided in the Local Bond Law, has
begun to run from the date of the first publication of this notice.

ROLL CALL:
    Ayes:           Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:           None
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 22




            Clerk Vasil read the Refunding Bond Ordinance by title, which was
scheduled for Introduction at this time.

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Before we open the Public Hearing on this Ordinance,
Freeholder Bartlett, our liaison to our budget affairs, would like to comment and
discuss this ordinance.”

CLERK VASIL: “Freeholder, that is an Introduction, that Ordinance.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Oh, okay. Deputy Director.”

FREEHOLDER BARTLETT: “Thank you Mr. Director. This Ordinance would
allow the County to refund or refinance up to $35 million dollars worth of
previously issued bonds that are now callable. These bonds were issued in the year
2005-2006 and some in 2002. They carry an average interest rate of between 4 and
5 percent and because of two things; because interest rates are now lower and
because the County now has a triple A bond rating where as before it had a double
A1, one notch below that. We are able to, we expect to be able to refinance these
bonds, much as you would refinance a mortgage, at an interest rate of perhaps 2 ½
percent, so that we would have a savings, an interest rate savings of between 1 ½
and 2 ½ percent and we look to have a net dollar saving by doing this, that is a net
dollar saving after all expenses are paid, on the order of $2.3 million dollars. Now,
again, when you issue… we are not extending the term of these bonds. When they
would have been due they will still be due. So, we are not extending the
refinancing we are just taking advantage of lower interest rates and the fact that we
have a higher bond rating now than we did when they were originally issued.

              I’d like to point out two things that make it.. that are important here.
In the current budget, the 2012 Budget, we were able to have a cost saving in this
present year, of over $1 million dollars in interest because we did a refunding last
year. So we would expect in next year’s budget, the 2013, to also save an
additional $1 million dollars on the basis of this refunding. Again, we are able to
do this because as Freeholder Vicari has discussed this before, the County has
avoided what is technically called structural deficit. Structural deficit is when you
remove more money from your surplus account when you appropriate more of that
cash into your budget than you generate during the next year’s operation to replace
it. In other words, if you are spending more money out of the bank than you are
putting back into it, you are technically running a structural deficit and if you do
that, the rating agencies say, well obviously you can’t do that forever and your
credit rating is endangered just by that. This County has been very careful in the
past couple of year not to do that. In fact, this year in 2012, we actually enhanced
that surplus position by somewhat over last year’s end. Again, we want to show
the rating agencies that we have avoided these structural deficits, which most
municipalities and Counties and States are in and have had reduced bond ratings.
We have done our utmost to maintain the triple A even though that may be very
difficult to do and there is obviously no guarantee in these very difficult economic
times where all governments are under intense pressure. Obviously we can’t be
very sure that we would maintain that but we have done everything in power to do
that and so far so good.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 23




             But, again, we expect in this refunding, which doesn’t extend the limit
of the term of borrowing, to have a net savings to the taxpayers of Ocean County
and to our budgeting, of perhaps $2.3 million dollars.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Very good Deputy Director and as Freeholder Bartlett just
explained, this is existing debt, same term of length of the borrowing, net savings
to our taxpayers anywhere in the area of $2 million dollars in one year alone. This
is a win-win for the taxpayers of our County. Thank you very much and if anyone
else wishes to comment. Maybe we have a motion to introduce.”

            On motion duly made by Freeholder Vicari, seconded by Freeholder
Lacey, moved the Refunding Bond Ordinance on first reading, with the Public
Hearing scheduled on May 2, 2012, at 4:00 P.M.



            REFUNDING BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING
            FOR THE REFUNDING OF ALL OR A PORTION
            OF VARIOUS SERIES OF THE COUNTY OF
            OCEAN GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS,
            APPROPRIATING AN AMOUNT NOT TO
            EXCEED    $35,000,000 THEREFOR    AND
            AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL
            OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS OF THE
            COUNTY OF OCEAN FOR FINANCING THE
            COST THEREOF

      BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS
OF THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, NEW JERSEY, AS FOLLOWS:
      Section 1.   The County of Ocean, New Jersey (the “County”) is hereby
authorized to refund all or a portion of the outstanding principal amounts of the
County’s General Obligation Bonds as set forth on Exhibit A attached hereto and
incorporated herein by reference, and to provide for the payment of the costs of
issuance.
      Section 2.   In order to finance the cost of the purpose described in Section
1 hereof, negotiable general obligation refunding bonds (the “Refunding Bonds”)
are hereby authorized to be issued in the principal amount not to exceed
$35,000,000 pursuant to the Local Bond Law.
      Section 3.   An aggregate amount not exceeding $350,000 for items of
expense listed in and permitted under N.J.S.A. 40A:2-51(b) has been included in
the aggregate principal amount of Refunding Bonds authorized herein.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 24




      Section 4.   The purpose of the refunding is to affect an interest cost savings
for the County.
      Section 5.   Further provisions as to the terms of sale, deposit, securing,
regulation, investment, reinvestment, disposition or application of the proceeds of
the refunding bonds, and any matters in connection therewith, shall be determined
by resolution of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County adopted prior to
the issuance of the refunding bonds.
      Section 6.   All other matters relating to the refunding bonds shall be
performed or determined by subsequent resolution of the Board of Chosen
Freeholders of the County, or the performance or determination thereof shall be
delegated by resolution of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County to the
Chief Financial Officer of the County.
      Section 7.   The full faith and credit of the County are hereby pledged to the
punctual payment of the principal of and the interest on the obligations authorized
by this refunding 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 real property within the County for the payment of the
obligations and the interest thereon without limitation of rate or amount.
      Section 8.   A certified copy of this refunding bond ordinance as adopted on
first reading has been filed with the Director of the Division of Local Government
Services in the Department of Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey prior
to final adoption, together with a complete statement in the form prescribed by the
Director and signed by the chief financial officer of the County as to the
indebtedness to be financed by the issuance of the refunding bonds authorized
herein.
      Section 9.   This refunding bond ordinance shall take effect 20 days after
the first publication thereof after final adoption, as provided by the Local Bond
Law, provided that the consent of the Local Finance Board has been endorsed upon
a certified copy of this refunding bond ordinance as finally adopted.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 25




                                   EXHIBIT A




        NOTICE OF PENDING REFUNDING BOND ORDINANCE
      PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the foregoing refunding
bond ordinance was duly introduced and passed upon first reading at a regular
meeting of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Ocean, New Jersey,
held on April 18, 2012. Further notice is hereby given that said refunding bond
ordinance will be considered for final passage and adoption, after public hearing
thereon, at a regular meeting of said Board of Chosen Freeholders to be held at the
Ocean County Administration Building, Hooper Avenue and Washington Street,
Toms River New Jersey on May 2, 2012 at 4:00 o’clock p.m., and during the week
prior to and up to and including the date of such meeting, copies of said refunding
bond ordinance will be made available at the Clerk of the Board’s Office to the
members of the general public who shall request the same.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 26




ROLL CALL:
    Ayes:           Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:           None

              The following Resolution was offered:

            The Director of the Department of Administration has examined the
individual vouchers submitted herewith for the purpose of recommending to the
Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders payment thereof on April 18, 2012.

              He has certified these vouchers, in the total amount of $14,973,502.39
to be valid claims and recommends approval and payment thereof.

                                  RESOLUTION

             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF OCEAN COUNTY, that the Director be and is
hereby authorized and instructed to execute Master Voucher-Certificate for
certification of payment #8 said Master Voucher in the total amount of
$14,973,502.39 which bills are deemed to be valid claims as recommended by the
Director of the Department of Administration; and

              BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the County Treasurer of the
County of Ocean be and she is hereby authorized and directed to pay each and
every one of the aforesaid bills attached to this Master Voucher-Certificate for
certification of payment, upon execution of same by said Director, if and when
funds are available.

ROLL CALL:          (Offered by Freeholder Vicari, seconded by Freeholder Kelly)
    Ayes:           Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, except on voucher nos. 176378, 176379,
                    176236 and 176094; Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little, except
                    on voucher nos. 175895, 175896, 176314, 176315, 176316,
                    176347, 176411 and 176410.
      Nays:         None
Abstaining:         Mr. Lacey, on Voucher Nos. 176378, 176379, 176236 and
                    176094; Mr. Little, on Voucher Nos. 175895, 175896, 176314,
                    176315, 176316, 176347, 176411 and 176410

CLERK VASIL: “We have the Consent Resolution, Items A-1 through A-37.”

Item A-5 was removed from the Consent Agenda, but are included in the roll call.

             No objections or comments were received, therefore, the following
(sixty-two) Resolutions were offered:
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 27




                                RESOLUTION

                                   April 18, 2012

         BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS
of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY that:
             1.    Kenneth G. Martin is hereby given a regular promotional
appointment to the position of County Correction Captain, Department of
Corrections, subject to a working test period, effective April 19, 2012, at an annual
base salary of $115,574.

             2.    Theresa M. Wallace is hereby given a regular promotional
appointment to the position of County Correction Lieutenant, Department of
Corrections, subject to a working test period, effective April 19, 2012, at an annual
base salary of $106,080.

             The following employees (3 through 5) are hereby given a regular
promotional appointment to the position of County Correction Sergeant,
Department of Corrections, subject to a working test period, effective April 19,
2012, at an annual base salary of $96,585:

                                NAME
                          3.    Michael P. Holden
                          4.    Matthew Pedone
                          5.    William R. Thompson

             6.     At the request of the Sheriff, Mary Batot is hereby granted a
Leave of Absence Without Pay, (illness) from her position of Keyboarding Clerk
3, Office of the Sheriff, effective April 3, 2012 through May 7, 2012 inclusive.

          7.     Eric Zentzis is hereby granted an Extension of Leave of
Absence Without Pay, (illness) from his position of County Correction Sergeant,
Department of Corrections, effective April 5, 2012 through May 2, 2012 inclusive.

             8.    David W. Reiger is hereby granted an Extension of Leave of
Absence Without Pay, (Workers Compensation) from his position of Motor Broom
Driver, Road Department, effective April 2, 2012 for a period of three months or
until the County of Ocean determines he no longer qualifies for temporary
disability payments, whichever is sooner.

            9.      Raymond J. Smith is hereby granted a Leave of Absence
Without Pay, (illness) from his position of Mechanic Diesel, Vehicle Services,
effective April 12, 2012 through May 10, 2012 inclusive.

            10.     Darlene Carlino is hereby granted an Extension of Family
Leave Without Pay from her position of Security Guard, Department of Security,
effective April 5, 2012 through June 27, 2012 inclusive.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 28




            11.    Christine E. Allen is hereby granted a Leave of Absence
Without Pay, (illness) from her position of Assistant Tax Research Examiner &
Investigator, Tax Board, effective April 13, 2012 through May 13, 2012 inclusive.

           12.   Judy A. Brandt is hereby granted an Extension of Leave of
Absence Without Pay, (illness) from her position of Building Maintenance
Worker, Buildings & Grounds, effective April 12, 2012 through April 17, 2012
inclusive.

             13.     Chelsea Skuby is hereby given a regular appointment to the
position of Administrative Clerk Typing, Board of Taxation, subject to a working
test period, effective April 19, 2012, at her present salary.

            14.     Cleo Luff is hereby granted an Extension of Leave of Absence
Without Pay, (illness) from her position of Senior Youth Worker, Juvenile
Services, effective April 16, 2012 through April 29, 2012 inclusive.

             15. Scott G. Bennett is hereby granted an Extension of Leave of
Absence Without Pay, (illness) from his position of Laborer 1, Road Department,
effective April 16, 2012 through May 13, 2012 inclusive.

            16.     Ryan P. Allen, Senior Planner, Planning Board, annual base
salary of $55,120, effective date is hereby corrected to July 21, 2012.

             17. Corey S. Murphy is hereby given a provisional appointment to
the position of Engineering Aide, Engineers, pending Civil Service examination,
effective April 23, 2012 at an annual base salary of $27,000.

             The following employees (18 through 20), Road Department, are
hereby given a regular appointment to the position of Laborer 1, subject to a
working test period, effective April 30, 2012, at an annual base salary of $29,100:

                         18.   Stephen B. Biernat
                         19.   Chad M. Rivas
                         20.   Brett R. Teitler

             21. Kelly L. Broderick is hereby given a regular part-time
appointment to the position of Keyboarding Clerk 1, Engineers, subject to a
working test period, effective April 23, 2012, at an hourly wage of $13.96.

             22. Henry C. Shindle is hereby given an appointment to the
position of Intermittent Golf Starter, Parks Department, subject to a working test
period, effective May 15, 2012, at an hourly wage of $7.50.

             23. Richard J. Gash is hereby given an appointment to the position
of Intermittent Golf Ranger, Parks Department, subject to a working test period,
effective May 1, 2012, at an hourly wage of $7.50.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 29




            24. Kevin D. Troncone is herby given a temporary seasonal
appointment to the position of Golf Ranger, Parks Department, effective May 15,
2012 through August 15, 2012, at an hourly wage of $7.50.

            25. Julie E. Peterson is hereby given a temporary seasonal
appointment to the position of Clerk 1, Surrogate’s Office, effective May 15, 2012
through August 15, 2012, at an hourly wage of $13.00.

            26. Kevin J. Boivin is hereby given a temporary seasonal
appointment to the position of Maintenance Worker 1 Grounds, Buildings &
Grounds, effective May 7, 2012 through August 7, 2012, at an hourly wage of
$12.55.

           27. Erika A. Cuervo is hereby given a temporary seasonal
appointment to the position of Planning Aide, Solid Waste Management, effective
May 14, 2012 through August 31, 2012, at an hourly wage of $11.00.

             28. Heather S. Killeen is hereby given a temporary seasonal
appointment to the position of Recreation Aide, Parks Department, effective June
18, 2012 through September 18, 2012, at an hourly wage of $8.26.

             29. Margaret Kozak is hereby granted a Leave of Absence Without
Pay, (illness) from her position of Clerk Stenographer 3, Superintendent of
Schools, effective April 25, 2012 through June 11, 2012 inclusive.

             30. Kevin R. Kenny is hereby granted a Family Leave, from his
position of Equipment Operator, Road Department, effective April 9, 2012 through
May 14, 2012 inclusive.

            31. Robert Guzman is hereby granted a Leave of Absence Without
Pay, (illness) from his position of Senior Engineering Aide, Engineering
Department, effective March 29, 2012 through May 28, 2012 inclusive.

              32. Miranda L. Majowicz, Account Clerk, Tax Board, is hereby
transferred to Consumer Protection, effective May 1, 2012, at her present salary.

            33. Aubrey L. Gant is hereby given a regular appointment to the
position of Keyboarding Clerk 1, Tax Board, subject to a working test period,
effective May 1, 2012, at an annual base salary of $29,027.

             34. George W. Graham is hereby granted an Extension of
Intermittent Family Leave from his position of Correction Officer Sergeant,
Department of Corrections, effective April 9, 2012 through October 8, 2012
inclusive.

             35. Richard P. Higgins is hereby granted a Leave of Absence
Without Pay, (illness) from his position of Omnibus Operator, Department of
Transportation Services, effective April 11, 2012 through May 21, 2012 inclusive.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 30




             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution
be sent to the Director of Employee Relations and the County Comptroller/CFO.

                                              CONTRACT NO. B2011-180E

                              R E S O L U T I O N
                                    April 18, 2012

            W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated December 7, 2011 with
the Contractor, Lucas Construction Group, Inc. for work and services in relation to
the Replacement of the Bowman Road Bridge, Structure #1511013, Bowman Road
Over Main Branch of Toms River, Jackson Township, Ocean County, New Jersey;
and
       W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
       W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 3 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
       W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 3 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                       $941,894.75
Less 2% of Total:                                                  $18,837.90
                                                                     -----------
Subtotal:                                                         $923,056.86
Less Partial Estimate #1: $144,929.26
Less Partial Estimate #2: $618,843.54
Total Partial Payments Made to Date:                              $763,772.80

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                        $159,284.06

        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 31




       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
       1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
       2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of One hundred fifty nine thousand two hundred eighty four
and 06/100 dollars ($159,284.06) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be
presently due to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the
County Engineer to this Board.


                                             CONTRACT NO. B2012-16E


                                 RESOLUTION
                                   April 18, 2012

      WHEREAS, Contract No. B2012-16E was entered into on February 1, 2012
with Thor Construction Group, LLC, Contractor, for work and services in relation
to the Construction of Clean Water Barnegat Bay Watershed Project (BBB7, Hoyt
Street, Lacey Township), Ocean County, New Jersey; and
      WHEREAS, during the course of construction minor modifications to
contract quantities have become necessary to improve conditions and due to actual
field measured conditions; and
      WHEREAS, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly filed
with this Board a request for a Change Order stating the facts involved and
certifying that the proposed Change Order is consistent with regulations for such
Change Orders promulgated by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs,
Division of Local Government Services, under authority of N.J.S.A. 52:27BB-32;
and
      WHEREAS, the Contractor has agreed to accept these changes to the
Contract pursuant to the provisions of Sections 104 and 109 of the Standard
Specifications; and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 32




      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
      1. The County Engineer is hereby authorized to issue Amendatory Contract
and Change Order No. 1 to Thor Construction Group, LLC as follows: Extra
Work Order in the amount of $24,085.50 and Reduction Order in the amount of
$24,690.50, in connection with the project known as Construction of Clean Water
Barnegat Bay Watershed Project (BBB7, Hoyt Street, Lacey Township), Ocean
County, New Jersey.
      2. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and directed
to enter into an Amendatory Contract with Thor Construction Group, LLC, to
cover the Change Order No. 1.
      3. A certified copy of this resolution shall be sent to the County Engineer,
the County Treasurer, the County Auditor and Thor Construction Group, LLC.


                                            CONTRACT NO. B2009-175E

                             R E S O L U T I O N
                                   April 18, 2012

      W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated December 2, 2009 with
the Contractor, Lucas Brothers, Inc. for work and services in relation to the
Reconstruction and Resurfacing of New Hampshire Avenue, Oak Street to Pine
Street, Lakewood Township, Ocean County, New Jersey; and
      W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
      W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 13 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in
all respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction
and other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
      W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 13 shows:
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 33




Total Cost of Construction:                                   $2,030,852.74
Less 2% of Total:                                                $40,617.05
                                                                   -----------
Subtotal:                                                     $1,990,235.69
Less Partial Estimate #1: $ 98,600.04
Less Partial Estimate #2: $181,213.08
Less Partial Estimate #3: $117,970.14
Less Partial Estimate #4: $ 81,837.00
Less Partial Estimate #5: $271,556.37
Less Partial Estimate #6: $ 99,192.68
Less Partial Estimate #7: $171,710.55
Less Partial Estimate #8: $171,797.39
Less Partial Estimate #9: $201,418.30
Less Partial Estimate #10: $246,694.76
Less Partial Estimate #11: $229,565.84
Less Partial Estimate #12: $ 94,577.80
Total Partial Payments:                                       $1,966,133.95

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                       $24,101.74
        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
        1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
       2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of Twenty four thousand one hundred one and 74/100
dollars ($24,101.74) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be presently due
to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the County
Engineer to this Board.


                                          CONTRACT NO. B2011-37E

                              R E S O L U T I O N
                                  April 18, 2012

            W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 34




COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated April 6, 2011 with the
Contractor, Edward H. Cray, Inc. for work and services in relation to the
Construction of Traffic Signals, Contract 2011A, Lakewood Township, Ocean
County, New Jersey; and
       W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
       W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Final Estimate No. 4 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
      W H E R E A S, the Final Estimate No. 4 shows:
Total Cost of Construction:                                       $253,459.95
Less 2% of Total:                                                       $0.00
                                                                    -----------
Subtotal:                                                         $253,459.95
Less Partial Estimate #1: $113,227.73
Less Partial Estimate #2: $ 43,586.19
Less Partial Estimate #3: $ 61,880.48
Total Partial Payments Made to Date:                              $218,694.40

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                         $34,765.55
        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
        1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
       2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of Thirty four thousand seven hundred sixty five and 55/100
dollars ($34,765.55) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be presently due
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 35




to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the County
Engineer to this Board.


                                                  CONTRACT NO. B2011-37E
                              RESOLUTION
                                 April 18, 2012

      WHEREAS, Contract No. B2011-37E was entered into on April 6, 2011
with Edward H. Cray, Inc., Contractor, for work and services in relation to the
Construction of Traffic Signals, Contract 2011A, Lakewood Township, Ocean
County, New Jersey; and
      WHEREAS, during the course of construction minor modifications to
contract quantities have become necessary due to actual field measured conditions;
and
      WHEREAS, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly filed
with this Board a request for a Change Order stating the facts involved and
certifying that the proposed Change Order is consistent with regulations for such
Change Orders promulgated by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs,
Division of Local Government Services, under authority of N.J.S.A. 52:27BB-32;
and
      WHEREAS, the Contractor has agreed to accept these changes to the
Contract pursuant to the provisions of Sections 104 and 109 of the Standard
Specifications; and
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
      1. The County Engineer is hereby authorized to issue Amendatory Contract
and Change Order No. 3 to Edward H. Cray, Inc. as follows: Reduction Order in
the amount of $2,945.00, in connection with the project known as Construction of
Traffic Signals, Contract 2011A, Lakewood Township, Ocean County, New
Jersey.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 36




      2. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and directed
to enter into an Amendatory Contract with Edward H. Cray, Inc., to cover the
Change Order No. 3.
      3. A certified copy of this resolution shall be sent to the County Engineer,
the County Treasurer, the County Auditor and Edward H. Cray, Inc.


                                            CONTRACT NO. B2010-136E

                              R E S O L U T I O N
                                   April 18, 2012

            W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated September 1, 2010 with
the Contractor, Lucas Brothers, Inc. for work and services in relation to the
Reconstruction of County Route 539 at County Route 537, Township of Plumsted,
Ocean County, New Jersey; and
      W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
      W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 12 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in
all respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction
and other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
      W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 12 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                        $1,977,676.29
Less 2% of Total:                                                    $39,553.53
                                                                       -----------
Subtotal:                                                          $1,938,122.76
Less Partial Estimate #1: $ 27,998.99
Less Partial Estimate #2: $ 80,186.50
Less Partial Estimate #3: $298,900.09
Less Partial Estimate #4: $145,521.43
Less Partial Estimate #5: $352,748.59
Less Partial Estimate #6: $100,673.31
Less Partial Estimate #7: $349,906.51
Less Partial Estimate #8: $219,409.30
Less Partial Estimate #9: $123,475.59
Less Partial Estimate #10: $ 63,025.28
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 37



Less Partial Estimate #11: $110,398.35
Total Partial Payments To Date:                                $1,872,243.94

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                         $65,878.82
        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
        1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
        2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of Sixty five thousand eight hundred seventy eight and
82/100 dollars ($65,878.82) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be
presently due to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the
County Engineer to this Board.


                                                 CONTRACT NO. B2012-13E

                            R E S O L U T I O N
                                   April 18, 2012

          W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated February 1, 2012 with the
Contractor, Hutton Construction, LLC for work and services in relation to the
Construction of Clean Water Barnegat Bay Watershed Project (BBB3, Todd Road,
Toms River Township), Ocean County, New Jersey; and
       W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
       W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 1 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 38




respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
       W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 1 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                      $63,735.80
Less 2% of Total:                                                 $1,274.72
                                                                   -----------
Subtotal:                                                        $62,461.08

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                       $62,461.08

        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
        1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
       2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of Sixty two thousand four hundred sixty one and 08/100
dollars ($62,461.08) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be presently due
to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the County
Engineer to this Board.


                                                  CONTRACT NO. B2012-14E

                              R E S O L U T I O N
                                    April 18, 2012

            W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated February 1, 2012 with the
Contractor, Hutton Construction, LLC for work and services in relation to the
Construction of Clean Water Barnegat Bay Watershed Project (BBB5, Raider
Way, Toms River Township), Ocean County, New Jersey; and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 39




       W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
       W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 1 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
       W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 1 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                       $182,617.50
Less 2% of Total:                                                   $3,652.35
                                                                     -----------
Subtotal:                                                         $178,965.15

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                        $178,965.15

        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
        1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
       2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of One hundred seventy eight thousand nine hundred sixty
five and 15/100 dollars ($178,965.15) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to
be presently due to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by
the County Engineer to this Board.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                Page 40




                                            CONTRACT NO. B2012-15E
                                 RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012

      WHEREAS, Contract No. B2012-15E was entered into on February 1, 2012
with Site Contractors, Inc., Contractor, for work and services in relation to the
Construction of Clean Water Barnegat Bay Watershed Project (BBB6, Sunset
Avenue, Toms River Township), Ocean County, New Jersey; and
      WHEREAS, during the course of construction minor modifications to
contract quantities have become necessary to improve conditions and due to actual
field measured conditions; and
      WHEREAS, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly filed
with this Board a request for a Change Order stating the facts involved and
certifying that the proposed Change Order is consistent with regulations for such
Change Orders promulgated by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs,
Division of Local Government Services, under authority of N.J.S.A. 52:27BB-32;
and
      WHEREAS, the Contractor has agreed to accept these changes to the
Contract pursuant to the provisions of Sections 104 and 109 of the Standard
Specifications; and
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
      1. The County Engineer is hereby authorized to issue Amendatory Contract
and Change Order No. 1 to Site Contractors, Inc. as follows: Extra Work Order in
the amount of $24,298.50 and Reduction Order in the amount of $24,298.50, in
connection with the project known as Construction of Clean Water Barnegat Bay
Watershed Project (BBB6, Sunset Avenue, Toms River Township), Ocean County,
New Jersey.
      2. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and directed
to enter into an Amendatory Contract with Site Contractors, Inc., to cover the
Change Order No. 1.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 41




      3. A certified copy of this resolution shall be sent to the County Engineer,
the County Treasurer, the County Auditor and Site Contractors, Inc.


                                            CONTRACT NO. B2012-17E
                                 RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012

      WHEREAS, Contract No. B2012-17E was entered into on February 1, 2012
with Site Contractors, Inc., Contractor, for work and services in relation to the
Construction of Clean Water Barnegat Bay Watershed Project (BBB10, Vermont
Avenue, Toms River Township), Ocean County, New Jersey; and
      WHEREAS, during the course of construction minor modifications to
contract quantities have become necessary to improve conditions and due to actual
field measured conditions; and
      WHEREAS, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly filed
with this Board a request for a Change Order stating the facts involved and
certifying that the proposed Change Order is consistent with regulations for such
Change Orders promulgated by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs,
Division of Local Government Services, under authority of N.J.S.A. 52:27BB-32;
and
      WHEREAS, the Contractor has agreed to accept these changes to the
Contract pursuant to the provisions of Sections 104 and 109 of the Standard
Specifications; and
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
      1. The County Engineer is hereby authorized to issue Amendatory Contract
and Change Order No. 1 to Site Contractors, Inc. as follows: Extra Work Order in
the amount of $22,266.80 and Reduction Order in the amount of $22,266.80, in
connection with the project known as Construction of Clean Water Barnegat Bay
Watershed Project (BBB10, Vermont Avenue, Toms River Township), Ocean
County, New Jersey.
       2. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and directed
to enter into an Amendatory Contract with Site Contractors, Inc., to cover the
Change Order No. 1.
       3. A certified copy of this resolution shall be sent to the County Engineer,
the County Treasurer, the County Auditor and Site Contractors, Inc.


                                                  CONTRACT NO. B2012-18E

                              R E S O L U T I O N
                                    April 18, 2012

            W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated February 1, 2012 with the
Contractor, Hutton Construction, LLC for work and services in relation to the
Construction of Clean Water Barnegat Bay Watershed Project (BBB20, Ocean
County College, Basin 1, Toms River Township), Ocean County, New Jersey; and
       W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
       W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 1 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
       W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 1 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                       $185,864.00
Less 2% of Total:                                                   $3,717.28
                                                                     -----------
Subtotal:                                                         $182,146.72
AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                        $182,146.72
        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 43




       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
       1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
      2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of One hundred eighty two thousand one hundred forty six
and 72/100 dollars ($182,146.72) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be
presently due to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the
County Engineer to this Board.


                                             CONTRACT NO. B2012-19E


                                 RESOLUTION
                                   April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, Contract No. B2012-19E was entered into on February 1, 2012
with C. Caruso Excavating, Inc., Contractor, for work and services in relation to
the Construction of Clean Water Barnegat Bay Watershed Project (BBB37, Ocean
County College, Basin 2, Toms River Township and BBB17, Ocean County
College, Basin 3, Toms River Township), Ocean County, New Jersey; and
      WHEREAS, during the course of construction minor modifications to
contract quantities have become necessary to improve conditions and due to actual
field measured conditions; and
      WHEREAS, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly filed
with this Board a request for a Change Order stating the facts involved and
certifying that the proposed Change Order is consistent with regulations for such
Change Orders promulgated by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs,
Division of Local Government Services, under authority of N.J.S.A. 52:27BB-32;
and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 44




      WHEREAS, the Contractor has agreed to accept these changes to the
Contract pursuant to the provisions of Sections 104 and 109 of the Standard
Specifications; and
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
      1. The County Engineer is hereby authorized to issue Amendatory Contract
and Change Order No. 1 to C. Caruso Excavating, Inc. as follows: Extra Work
Order in the amount of $163,600.00 and Reduction Order in the amount of
$164,873.00, in connection with the project known as Construction of Clean Water
Barnegat Bay Watershed Project (BBB37, Ocean County College, Basin 2, Toms
River Township and BBB17, Ocean County College, Basin 3, Toms River
Township), Ocean County, New Jersey.
      2. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and directed
to enter into an Amendatory Contract with C. Caruso Excavating, Inc., to cover the
Change Order No. 1.
      3. A certified copy of this resolution shall be sent to the County Engineer,
the County Treasurer, the County Auditor and C. Caruso Excavating, Inc.

                                               CONTRACT NO. B2011-161E

                            R E S O L U T I O N
                                  April 18, 2012

         W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated October 5, 2011 with the
Contractor, C.J. Hesse, Inc., for work and services in relation to the Garden State
Parkway Interchange 83 Connector Road, Ocean County, New Jersey; and
      W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
      W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 4 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 45




respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
       W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 4 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                     $1,781,875.21
Less 2% of Total:                                                  $35,637.50
                                                                     -----------
Subtotal:                                                       $1,746,237.71
Less Partial Estimate #1: $111,766.25
Less Partial Estimate #2: $160,549.55
Less Partial Estimate #3: $414,398.64
Total Partial Payments Made to Date:                             $686,714.44

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                      $1,059,523.27
        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
        1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
       2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of One million fifty nine thousand five hundred twenty
three and 27/100 dollars ($1,059,523.27) which is the amount hereinbefore shown
to be presently due to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof
by the County Engineer to this Board.


                                            CONTRACT NO. B2011-100E

                              R E S O L U T I O N
                                    April 18, 2012

            W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated July 6, 2011 with the
Contractor, Solar-Mite Electrical Contractors, Inc. for work and services in relation
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 46




to the Construction of Traffic Signal at Old Freehold Road and Intermediate North
Way, Toms River Township, Ocean County, New Jersey; and
       W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
       W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 2 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
       W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 2 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                       $49,074.70
Less 2% of Total:                                                   $981.49
                                                                   -----------
Subtotal:                                                         $48,093.21
Less Partial Estimate #1: $27,286.43

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                        $20,806.78
        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
        1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
       2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of Twenty thousand eight hundred six and 78/100 dollars
($20,806.78) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be presently due to said
Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the County Engineer to
this Board.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 47



                                                  CONTRACT NO. B2010-71E

                              R E S O L U T I O N
                                    April 18, 2012

       W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated April 21, 2010 with the
Contractor, Garden State Sealing, Inc., for work and services in relation to the
2010 Crack Sealing and Longitudinal Joint Sealing, Various Locations, Ocean
County, New Jersey; and
       W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
       W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Final Estimate No. 10 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
       W H E R E A S, the Final Estimate No. 10 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                       $392,172.90
Less 2% of Total:                                                       $0.00
                                                                    -----------
Subtotal:                                                         $392,172.90
Less Partial Estimate #1:   $ 40,105.77
Less Partial Estimate #2:   $ 32,801.58
Less Partial Estimate #3:   $ 1,296.49
Less Partial Estimate #4:   $ 12,445.51
Less Partial Estimate #5:   $ 16,722.96
Less Partial Estimate #6:   $ 3,970.18
Less Partial Estimate #7:   $ 21,124.63
Less Partial Estimate #8:   $ 28,726.01
Less Partial Estimate #9:   $140,636.77
Total Partial Payments Made:                                      $297,829.90

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                         $94,343.00
        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
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       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
       1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
      2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of Ninety four thousand three hundred forty three and
00/100 dollars ($94,343.00) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be
presently due to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the
County Engineer to this Board.


                                                  CONTRACT NO. B2011-108E

                              R E S O L U T I O N
                                    April 18, 2012

          W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated July 20, 2011 with the
Contractor, DeFino Contracting Company, Inc. for work and services in relation to
the Resurfacing of Certain County Bridges, Contract 2011A, Various Townships,
Ocean County, New Jersey; and
      W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
      W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 3 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
      W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 3 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                       $256,018.35
Less 2% of Total:                                                   $5,120.37
                                                                     -----------
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Subtotal:                                                         $250,897.98
Less Partial Estimate #1: $191,452.16
Less Partial Estimate #2: $ 44,231.32
Total Partial Payments Made to Date:                              $235,683.48

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                         $15,214.50
        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
        1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
       2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of Fifteen thousand two hundred fourteen and 50/100
dollars ($15,214.50) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be presently due
to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the County
Engineer to this Board.


                                          CONTRACT NO. B2011-121E

                            R E S O L U T I O N
                                  April 18, 2012

            W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated July 20, 2011 with the
Contractor, Earle Asphalt Company, for work and services in relation to the
Reconstruction and Resurfacing of Portions of Certain County Roads, Contract
2011-A, Ocean County, New Jersey; and
       W H E R E A S, the contract for the said project was let in the name of the
County of Ocean and the work was done pursuant to said contract carried out
under the direction and supervision of the County Engineer; and
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       W H E R E A S, the County Engineer of the County of Ocean has duly
certified to this Board that the work covered by said contract up to and including
the extent shown on Partial Estimate No. 2 dated April 18, 2012 was finished in all
respects in compliance with the plans and specifications, order and direction and
other details, all in conformity with the said contract; and
       W H E R E A S, the Partial Estimate No. 2 shows:

Total Cost of Construction:                                      $362,567.73
Less 2% of Total:                                                   $7,251.35
                                                                     -----------
Subtotal:                                                        $355,316.38
Less Partial Estimate #1: $282,643.82

AMOUNT NOW DUE CONTRACTOR:                                         $72,672.56
        W H E R E A S, the said Contractor has filed a sworn claim with the Board
in which it is declared that the amount due the Contractor as stated above is true,
fair, just and correct.
        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
        1. The furnished work under this contract, to the extent covered by this
resolution, be and the same is hereby accepted by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Ocean.
       2. The Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
Contractor the amount of Seventy two thousand six hundred seventy two and
56/100 dollars ($72,672.56) which is the amount hereinbefore shown to be
presently due to said Contractor, in accordance with the certification thereof by the
County Engineer to this Board.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 51




                                Resolution
            Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                            Administration Building
                            Toms River, New Jersey

                                   April 18, 2012

     WHEREAS, BERNICE C. “NICKY” SLUKER began her career in Ocean
County on June 23, 1977 as a Clerk Stenographer in the Office of the Clerk of the
Board; and

       WHEREAS, in 1981, NICKY SLUKER earned the responsible position of
Confidential Secretary to Freeholder H. George Buckwald, a position she retained
until he left office in 1989; and

       WHEREAS, as a talented secretary, NICKY was transferred to the Employee
Relations Department in January of 1990 where she became secretary to the
Director, Keith Goetting. Over the years, she has guided Keith through countless
spelling challenges, always with a reassuring “Yes, Keith” thrown in; and

       WHEREAS, in addition to her duties as Mr. Goetting’s secretary, NICKY has
also worked as secretary to the Solid Waste Advisory Council for over 23 years,
attending meetings and preparing the minutes; and

    WHEREAS, NICKY enjoys traveling, gardening and reading and is a
member of both the Garden State Philharmonic and The Island Singers; and

      WHEREAS, a career which has been characterized by competence, diligence
and loyalty, will now be exchanged for a well-deserved retirement.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY
hereby honors and extends the very best personal wishes to BERNICE C. “NICKY”
SLUKER and thank her for her honorable dedication, contributions and many years
of service to the citizens of Ocean County; and further offers best wishes for good
health and happiness in her retirement.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 52




                                  Resolution
            Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                             Administration Building
                             Toms River, New Jersey

                                    April 18, 2012


     WHEREAS, on Thursday, May 3, 2012, the Monmouth-Ocean
Development Council is holding their 47th Annual Silver Gull Awards Dinner at the
Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune, New Jersey in honor of:

                              ROBERT HEUGLE, JR.

as he receives the “2012 MODC Community Service Award” for his outstanding
service to the community; and

        WHEREAS, ROBERT HEUGLE, JR., senior partner at Lomurro Davison,
is the founder and president of the Frances Foundation, a non-profit charity devoted
to bringing special smiles to kids battling cancer as well as financial and emotional
support and assistance to their families; and

       WHEREAS, since its inception in 2004, the Frances Foundation has
compassionately donated approximately $900,000. to the kids and their families and
provided numerous special gestures, gifts, events, trips, paid bills as well as hosting
children’s hospital parties; and

       WHEREAS, the tireless efforts and sincere dedication of ROBERT
HEUGLE, JR. and the Frances Foundation trustees has helped many kids and
families to make it through a very difficult time in their lives.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY join
in applauding, thanking and congratulating ROBERT HEUGLE, JR. for his
leadership and service to the citizens of Ocean County.



                                  Resolution
            Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                             Administration Building
                             Toms River, New Jersey

                                    April 18, 2012


     WHEREAS, on Thursday, May 3, 2012, the Monmouth-Ocean
Development Council is holding their 47th Annual Silver Gull Awards Dinner at the
Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune, New Jersey in honor of:
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 53




                      THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE

as they receive the “2012 MODC Community Service Award” for their outstanding
service to the community; and

     WHEREAS, THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE of Long Branch and
New Brunswick is celebrating twenty-five years of providing a true home away from
home for families of seriously ill children who receive care at local medical facilities;
and

       WHEREAS, THE RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE also offers Family
Rooms and a Hospitality Suite in the pediatric units of three hospitals in Monmouth
County and one in Middlesex County to ensure that families can stay together in
comfortable surroundings, helping them to remain strong throughout the course of
their child’s treatment; and

     WHEREAS, thanks to the ongoing help, donations and support that THE
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE receives enable them to offer a welcoming,
supportive environment for families during a time of uncertainty and stress.

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY join
in applauding, thanking and congratulating THE RONALD MCDONALD
HOUSE for their leadership and service to the citizens of Ocean County.



                                   Resolution
             Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                              Administration Building
                              Toms River, New Jersey

                                     April 18, 2012


     WHEREAS, on Thursday, May 3, 2012, the Monmouth-Ocean
Development Council is holding their 47th Annual Silver Gull Awards Dinner at the
Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune, New Jersey in honor of:

                                      VERIZON

as they receive the “2012 MODC Community Service Award” for their outstanding
service to the community; and

       WHEREAS, VERIZON FOUNDATION, the philanthropic arm of
Verizon, uses its technology, financial resources and partnerships to address critical
social issues with a focus on education and domestic violence prevention; and

      WHEREAS, since 2000, the VERIZON FOUNDATION has invested more
than half a billion dollars to improve the communities where Verizon employees
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 54




work and live and provided non-profit groups in New Jersey more than $3.3 million
in 2011; and

      WHEREAS, in addition, VERIZON employees volunteered nearly 64,800
hours to non-profit groups throughout the State of New Jersey last year helping
many citizens achieve their goals for the benefit of our community.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY join
in applauding, thanking and congratulating VERIZON for their leadership and
service to the citizens of Ocean County.



                                 Resolution
            Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                            Administration Building
                            Toms River, New Jersey

                                   April 18, 2012

     WHEREAS, on Thursday, May 3, 2012, the Monmouth-Ocean
Development Council is holding their 47th Annual Silver Gull Awards Dinner at the
Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune, New Jersey in honor of:

               LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR KIM GUADAGNO

as she receives the “2012 MODC Economic Development Award” for her
exceptional contributions to the business community’s growth and development in
the bi-county area; and

      WHEREAS, LT. GOVERNOR KIM GUADAGNO has led the Christie
Administration’s efforts to improve New Jersey’s economic vitality, to streamline
government, and to make businesses feel welcome again in New Jersey; and

       WHEREAS, LT. GOVERNOR GUADAGNO chairs the Red Tape Review
Commission which is engaged in an ongoing review and reform of the State’s
regulatory process, realizing a 66% decrease in the number of proposed regulations
in her first year of office; and

      WHEREAS, she also operates the Business Action Center, a one-stop shop
for business retention, attraction and expansion and since opening in the fall of
2010, Center officials have spoken with thousands of businesses both in and out of
New Jersey that led to 31,000 new jobs in the state and the retention of 20,000 more.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY join
in applauding, thanking and congratulating LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR KIM
GUADAGNO for her leadership and service to the citizens of Ocean County.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                Page 55




                                Resolution
           Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                           Administration Building
                           Toms River, New Jersey


                                  April 18, 2012

     WHEREAS, on Thursday, May 3, 2012, the Monmouth-Ocean
Development Council is holding their 47th Annual Silver Gull Awards Dinner at the
Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune, New Jersey in honor of:

                             VITO R. NARDELLI

as he receives the “2012 MODC Economic Development Award” for his
exceptional contributions to the business community’s growth and development in
the bi-county area; and

       WHEREAS, VITO NARDELLI is currently President and Chief Operating
Officer of OceanFirst Bank, overseeing all operations and inspiring employees to
deliver extraordinary customer care; and

      WHEREAS, VITO NARDELLI’S accomplishments throughout his career,
which includes serving as Executive Director of the New Jersey Economic
Development Authority, reflect his unwavering commitment to developing our
towns and helping businesses and residents achieve their dreams; and

      WHEREAS, VITO NARDELLI also volunteers his time and talents as a
Board Member of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce, New Brunswick
Development Corporation, Catholic Charities – Diocese of Trenton, and is the Past
President of the Jersey Shore Council of the Boy Scouts.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY join
in applauding, thanking and congratulating VITO NARDELLI for his leadership
and service to the citizens of Ocean County.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 56




                                Resolution
            Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                            Administration Building
                            Toms River, New Jersey

                                  April 18, 2012


     WHEREAS, on Thursday, May 3, 2012, the Monmouth-Ocean
Development Council is holding their 47th Annual Silver Gull Awards Dinner at the
Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune, New Jersey in honor of:

                              CAROL A. WOLFE

as she receives the “2012 MODC Economic Development Award” for her
exceptional contributions to the business community’s growth and development in
the bi-county area; and

      WHEREAS, CAROL A. WOLFE founded Homes Now, Inc. in 1997, a not
for profit corporation whose mission is to build and/or monitor quality affordable
housing to enhance the lives of those who live within these homes and to contribute
to community development through a caring public/private partnership; and

      WHEREAS, CAROL WOLFE’S vision is the creation of affordable housing
for working class families and the disabled, particularly those with developmental
and/or physical disabilities and for women and children survivors of domestic
violence; and

       WHEREAS, Homes Now, along with its partners Dottie’s House, Homes
Now Chambers Bridge Project, Tudor Village and Friends of Dottie’s House serves
these populations and provides program services to those with special needs.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY join
in applauding, thanking and congratulating CAROL A. WOLFE for her leadership
and service to the citizens of Ocean County.

                                Resolution
            Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                            Administration Building
                            Toms River, New Jersey

                                  April 18, 2012

     WHEREAS, on Thursday, May 3, 2012, the Monmouth-Ocean
Development Council is holding their 47th Annual Silver Gull Awards Dinner at the
Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune, New Jersey in honor of:
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                    Page 57




                        SIX FLAGS GREAT ADVENTURE

as they receive the “2012 MODC Tourism Achievement Award” for their
exceptional contributions to the business community’s growth and development in
the bi-county area; and

        WHEREAS, SIX FLAGS GREAT ADVENTURE is conveniently located in
Jackson, New Jersey between New York and Philadelphia for people from all over
the tri-state area to enjoy. With 13 hair-raising roller coasters and numerous rides
for all ages and likes, Six Flags delivers chills and thrills to everyone that visits the
park; and

       WHEREAS, Six Flags Wild Safari is a 350 acre home to more than 1200
exotic animals, the largest drive-thru safari outside of Africa; and

       WHEREAS, right next door, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor offers a million-
gallon wave pool, one of the world’s largest adventure rivers and nearly 20 speed
slides on a 45 acre tropical-themed water park.

          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY join in applauding, thanking and congratulating SIX FLAGS GREAT
ADVENTURE for their leadership and service to the citizens of Ocean County.



                                   Resolution
             Ocean County Board Of Chosen Freeholders
                              Administration Building
                              Toms River, New Jersey

                                     April 18, 2012


     WHEREAS, on Thursday, May 3, 2012, the Monmouth-Ocean
Development Council is holding their 47th Annual Silver Gull Awards Dinner at the
Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune, New Jersey in honor of:

                    THE GARDEN STATE FILM FESTIVAL

as they receive the “2012 MODC Tourism Achievement Award” for their
exceptional contributions to the business community’s growth and development in
the bi-county area; and

      WHEREAS, THE GARDEN STATE FILM FESTIVAL was conceived to
recognize and commemorate the little known fact that the film industry was born in
New Jersey, not Hollywood; and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 58




      WHEREAS, THE GARDEN STATE FILM FESTIVAL was designed to
promote the art of filmmaking at all levels by showcasing a wide variety of film, video
and animated works, and to provide educational programs to the public; and

      WHEREAS, launched in 2003, THE GARDEN STATE FILM FESTIVAL
has been held on an annual basis at the Paramount Theatre and other venues in
Asbury Park and the surrounding area with a current 40,000 people attending
screenings and events, generating approximately $400,000 in revenue to local
businesses.

           NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY join in applauding, thanking and congratulating THE GARDEN STATE
FILM FESTIVAL for their leadership and service to the citizens of Ocean County.


                                  RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012


WHEREAS, on December 21, 2011, the Ocean County Board of Chosen
Freeholders adopted a resolution urging the NJ State Channel Dredging Program
and the US Army Corps of Engineers to prioritize the dredging of the Toms River;
and

WHEREAS, the US Army Corps of Engineers subsequently approved a dredging
project which is limited to its jurisdiction, east of the Route 166 Bridge; and

WHEREAS, the area of the river immediately west of the Route 166 Bridge
contains significant shoaling caused by the effects of coastal storms in 2011,
including Hurricane Irene; and

WHEREAS, the material west of the bridge will eventually move down stream if
not removed now, and will likely negate the dredging work performed by the
Army Corps of Engineers; and

WHEREAS, the NJ State Channel Dredging Program must coordinate work with
the Army Corps of Engineers and perform an additional dredging project west of
the Route 166 Bridge so that the navigable portion of the Toms River is free of
shoaling.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of
the County of Ocean, State of New Jersey that it urges the NJ State Channel
Dredging Program and to prioritize the dredging of the Toms River west of the
Route 166 Bridge and to coordinate the dredging project with the upcoming work
which will be performed by the US Army Corps of Engineers.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the State of New Jersey is urged to maintain
funding in the NJ State Channel Dredging Program to address emergency and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 59




regular maintenance needs in Ocean County and throughout the New Jersey coastal
waters.

Copies of this Resolution shall be made available to Governor Chris Christie, the
9th and 10th NJ Legislative Representatives, the 3rd and 4th Congressional District
Representatives, NJ Department of Environmental Protection, NJ Department of
Transportation Office of Maritime Resources, the County Administrator, the
County Engineer, the County Planning Director, the Township of Toms River, and
the Toms River Business Improvement District.


                               RESOLUTION

                                     April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 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 an equal amount.
SECTION 1
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN 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 2012 in the sum of . . . . . . $33,000.00
which item is now available as a revenue from the New Jersey Department of
Health and Senior Services, pursuant to the provisions of statute; and
SECTION 2

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a like sum of . . . . . . . . . $33,000.00
be and the same is hereby appropriated under the line item caption entitled, State
Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) FY 12
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that one signed copy of the State of New
Jersey Federal and State grant certification form shall be filed with the Director of
Local Government Services and the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders, and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 60




copies shall be made available to the Department of Finance and the County
Auditor.


                               RESOLUTION

                                     April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 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 an equal amount.
SECTION 1
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN 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 2012 in the sum of . . . . . . $15,000.00
which item is now available as a revenue from the North Jersey Transportation
Planning Authority, Inc. at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, pursuant to the
provisions of statute; and
SECTION 2
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a like sum of . . . . . . . . . $15,000.00
be and the same is hereby appropriated under the line item caption entitled,
Subregional Internship Support Program FY12.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a certified copy of this Resolution
shall be filed with the Director of Local Government Services and single copies
shall be made available to the Department of Finance, County Auditor, and the
Engineering Department.
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                                  RESOLUTION

                                      April 18, 2012

       WHEREAS, during previous years, Capital Ordinances were adopted by the
BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN for
specific projects; and
       WHEREAS, the projects listed below will no longer be needed.
       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF
NEW JERSEY, that the following Ordinances be canceled and credited as
follows:
To Reserve to Pay Bonds:

ACCOUNT               ORDINANCE # AND TITLE                           AMOUNT

389-185-0630         2006-30:New Prospect at Aldrich, Jackson                1.62
387-185-0527         2005-27:Bridge Rehabilitation and Management      343,191.16
Total Reserve to Pay Bonds                                            $343,192.78


To Capital Surplus:

ACCOUNT               ORDINANCE # AND TITLE                           AMOUNT

301-185-0527          2005-27: Bridge Rehabilitation and Management     20,895.87
Total Capital Surplus                                                  $20,895.87


       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution be
made available to the Department of Finance and the County Auditor.


                                      RESOLUTION

                                     APRIL 18, 2012

             WHEREAS, the County of Ocean has been notified by the NJ Transit
that the funding for the grants entitled Senior Citizen Disabled Resident
Transportation FY2009 will be reduced, and reprogrammed into the grant entitled
the Senior Citizen Disabled Resident Transportation FY2012; and
           WHEREAS, it has been determined that the amount to be
reprogrammed shall be $363,978.55; and
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            WHEREAS, in order to maintain proper accounting and system
control procedures, it is necessary to reprogram this balance from the Grant Fund
only, Current Fund remaining the same as the original approved budget.
            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that the Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to
Reprogram the funds as follows:
Title and Account Number   Original Amount Increased/Decreased      Revised Amount

Senior Citizen Disabled
Resident Transportation FY2009
017-815-8917                     $2,736,774.55    ($363,978.55)          $ 2,372,796.00


 Senior Citizen Disabled
Resident Transportation FY2012
017-815-F017                   $1,908,945.00          $363,978.55       $ 2,272,923.55


          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this Resolution
shall be made available to the Ocean County Transportation Services, NJ Transit,
Local Programs and Minibus Support Service Planning and Development, County
Auditor and Department of Finance.


                                    RESOLUTION

                                     April 18, 2012


            WHEREAS, the County of Ocean has determined that the Department
of Law and Public Safety grant entitled 2010 Law Enforcement Officers Training
and Equipment Fund Grant is now officially closed. As a result of the closeout all
funds unexpended in this account have been authorized by the Department of Law
and Public Safety to be reprogrammed into the 2011 Law Enforcement Officers
Training and Equipment Fund Grant; and
          WHEREAS, it has been determined that the amount to be
reprogrammed shall be $249,451.48; and
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             WHEREAS, in order to maintain proper accounting and system
control procedures, it is necessary to reprogram this balance from the Grant Fund
only, Current Fund remaining the same as the original approved budget.
           NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that the Department of Finance is hereby authorized and directed to
Reprogram the funds as follows:

Title and Account Number       Original Amount Increased/Decreased       Revised Amount

Local Law Officers Training
And Equipment FY10
017-805-A069                        $283,277.91          ($249,451.48)         $ 33,826.43


 Local Law Officers Training
And Equipment FY11
017-805-D069                        $10,342.00           $249,451.48           $259,793.48


          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this Resolution
shall be made available to the County Auditor and Department of Finance.


                                      RESOLUTION

                                        April 18, 2012


       WHEREAS, the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders has received
notice from the New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission of the approval from the
State Department of Education for the distribution of State Facilities Education Act
(SFEA) funds for the 2012-2013 school year for the Ocean County Juvenile
Detention Center in the County Department of Juvenile Services, in the amount of
$85,500.00; and
       WHEREAS, these funds shall be allocated for the purpose of providing
education services for the Juvenile Detention Center for the period of July 1, 2012
through June 30, 2013.
       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that the Freeholder Director is hereby authorized and directed to accept
said funding.
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      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Freeholder Director and the Clerk
of the Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute any necessary
subsequent related documents.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this resolution
shall be made available to the County Administrator, County Department of
Finance, County Auditor, and County Department of Juvenile Services.


                                 RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the State of New Jersey, Department of Health and Senior
Services, Division of Aging and Community Services provides the opportunity for
the County of Ocean to apply for and receive funding for the Fiscal year, April 1,
2012 to March 31, 2013, to carry out and develop an accessible, responsive,
comprehensive system of services for the elderly of Ocean County; and,
      WHEREAS, the County of Ocean wishes to apply for the 2012 State Health
Insurance Program (SHIP).
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that the Freeholder Director and Clerk of the Board are hereby
authorized and directed to execute the 2012 State Health Insurance Program to the
N.J. Department of Health and Senior Services, Division of Aging and Community
Services.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the funding for FY 2012 is
$33,000.00 State Health Insurance Program.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Freeholder Director and Clerk of
the Board, are hereby authorized and directed to execute any necessary subsequent
related documents.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this Resolution
shall be made available to the County Auditor, N. J. Department of Health and
Senior Services, Division of Aging and Community Services, Department of
Finance and the Director of the Office of Senior Services.
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                               RESOLUTION
                                    April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the Traffic Engineer of the County of Ocean received notice
from the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety of the availability of
funding for Ocean County Partnerships in Safety; and
      WHEREAS, the purpose of this grant is to improve existing and expand
upon Highway Traffic services for Ocean County Partnerships in Safety.
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Freeholder Director and
the Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized to execute a Grant Application with
the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety on behalf of the County of
Ocean, and upon execution of said Application the County of Ocean does hereby
accept the Terms and Conditions specified in the Application in connection with
this Grant award.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Freeholder Director and Clerk of the
Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute any necessary subsequent
related documents.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution shall
be made available to the County Auditor, County Department of Finance, County
Engineering Department and the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety.

                                RESOLUTION

                                     April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the County of Ocean Engineering Department received
notification from the State of New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety,
Division of Highway and Traffic Safety, of its eligibility to receive funding for
Child Passenger Safety Grant; and
      WHEREAS, the purpose of this grant is to inspect child safety restraint by
the State certified Child Safety Technicians; and
      WHEREAS, the requested funds will be used for the reimbursement of the
technicians’ time, the purchase of child restraint units and other necessary
materials.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 66




      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the OCEANCOUNTY
BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, that
the Freeholder Director and the Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized and
directed to execute the above said grant application on behalf of the County of
Ocean and accepts the terms and conditions specified in the application.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Freeholder Director and the Clerk
of the Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute any necessary
subsequent related documents.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this resolution shall
be made available to the Department of Finance, the Ocean County Engineering
Department, and the New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety, Division
of Highway and Traffic Safety.


                                 RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012

      BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of
Ocean, State of New Jersey, that the Director and Clerk of the Board are hereby
authorized and directed to execute a Subcontract for Fiscal Year 2012 Subregional
Internship Support Program between Ocean County and the New Jersey Institute of
Technology/North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority.
       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Freeholder Director and
Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute any necessary
subsequent related documents.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution be sent to
the County Engineer, County Comptroller, County Counsel, the New Jersey
Institute of Technology and the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority.


                                 RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the Ocean County Special Operations Group is a program run
by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office for he purpose of enforcing the anti-drug
and gang enforcement laws of the State of New Jersey; and
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      WHEREAS, the Special Operations Group received funding from the New
Jersey State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Formula Grant Program; and
      WHEREAS, funds for these services are available within the 2011 Budget
under the appropriation entitled “County Gang, Gun and Narcotics Task Force”;
and
      WHEREAS, the Prosecutor’s Office and certain Municipalities and/or
County Agencies have determined it to be in their mutual interest for the
Municipalities and/or County Agencies to designate certain police officers to be
assigned to the Special Operations Group.
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, as follows:
      1.     Participating Municipalities will enter into a Shared Services
             Agreement outlining the Ocean County Special Operations Group.

      2.     A copy of said Agreement will be kept on file within the Office of
             the County Clerk of the Board.

      3.     The Municipalities participating in the Program are listed on Annex
             A attached to this Resolution.

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this Resolution
shall be made available to the Office of the Prosecutor, County Auditor,
Department of Finance, and the attached listing of participating Municipalities
and/or Agencies.
                                    ANNEX A
Shared Services Agreements – Ocean County Special Operations Group
Participating Municipalities:
Township of Little Egg Harbor


                                RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders in conjunction
with the Ocean County Transportation Advisory Committee for Senior Citizens
and Persons with Disabilities has developed a plan for expanded transportation
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                   Page 68




services under the Senior Citizen and Disabled Transportation Assistance Program;
and
      WHEREAS, a component of the program provides financial assistance to
local, non-profit organizations to support their efforts to provide new and expanded
transportation services to senior citizens and persons with disabilities; and
      WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Ocean County
Transportation Advisory Committee for Senior Citizens and Persons with
Disabilities endorsed a final grant application which was advertised in two area
newspapers on February 1, 2012 to announce the availability of transportation
assistance grants to be made available to applicants on a competitive basis; and
      WHEREAS, the deadline for submitting applications to the Ocean County
Department of Transportation Services was March 1, 2012 and the Ocean County
Transportation Advisory Committee for Senior Citizens and Persons with
Disabilities subsequently met on March 15, 2012 to review and evaluate the
eligibility of applicants and their proposed transportation service and to formalize
funding recommendations for consideration by the Board of Chosen Freeholders;
and
      WHEREAS, the Board of Chosen Freeholders accepted the Committee’s
funding recommendations and funds are available in Account # 017-815-F017 in
the amount of $40,000.
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY as follows:
      1.     Participating non-profit organizations will enter into an agreement
             outlining the County’s Local Transportation Assistance Program.
      2.     Twenty (20) non-profit organizations (list attached) are authorized for
             operating assistance under the County’s Local Transportation
             Assistance Program.
      3.     The total amount of funding to be awarded shall not exceed $40,000.
      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Freeholder Director and Clerk of
the Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute any subsequent related
documents.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)               Page 69




       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this resolution
shall be made available to the Ocean County Department of Transportation
Services; Ocean County Finance Department, and NJ TRANSIT Department of
Local Programs and Minibus Support.

       The following organization shall receive a transportation operating
assistance grant. The grant shall not exceed $2,000.00. The fund will be charged
to the SCDRT Account 017-815-F017.

ATTN: Vicki Zydzik, Project Director
The Arc, Ocean County Chapter, Inc.
815 Cedar Bridge Avenue
Lakewood, NJ 08701
732.363.3335, ext. 113

ATTN: Lynette Whiteman, Executive Director
Caregiver Volunteers of Central Jersey
253 Chestnut Street
Toms River, NJ 08753
732.505.2273

ATTN: Richard Pallamary, Vice President for Development
Community Medical Center Foundation, Inc.
99 Route 37 West
Toms River, NJ 08755
732.557-8131

ATTN: James G. Sigurdson, Executive Director
Community Services, Inc. of Ocean County
225 Fourth Street
Lakewood, NJ 08701
732.367.1400, Ext. 32

ATTN: Roberto Flecha, Executive Director
Counseling & Referral Services of Ocean County
 (dba Seashore Family Services of New Jersey)
35 Beaverson Blvd. Suite 8A
Brick, NJ 08723
732.477-3507 Ext. 407

ATTN: George Brown, President
Eye Openers of Point Pleasant/Brick
349 Shawnee Drive
Brick, NJ 08724
732.892.5117
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)            Page 70




ATTN: Dede Montgomery, Director
Interfaith Health & Support Services of Southern Ocean County, Inc.
1140 Route 72 West
Manahawkin, NJ 08050
609.489.0278

ATTN: Rita Sason, Project Director
Jewish Family & Children’s Services/Jewish Federation of Ocean County
301 Madison Avenue
Lakewood, NJ 08701
732.363.8010

       The following organizations shall receive a transportation operating
assistance grant. Each grant shall not exceed $2,000.00. The funds will be
charged to the SCDRT Account 017-815-F017.

ATTN: Patricia Calesimo, Executive Director
LADACIN Network
1703 Kneeley Boulevard
Wanamassa, NJ 07712
732.493.5900
ATTN: Linda Falb, Project Director
Long Beach Island Community Center, Inc.
4700 Long Beach Boulevard
Brant Beach, NJ 08008
609.494.8861, Ext. 111

ATTN: Brenda Sloan, Project Director
Manchester Township Senior Outreach Program
1 Colonial Drive
Manchester, NJ 08759
732.657.8121, Ext. 1132

ATTN: Maggie Kalmes, Project Director
NJ Coalition on Women & Disabilities Inc., Ocean County Chapter
1115 Avon Road
Pine Beach, NJ 08741
732.240.6948

ATTN: Mary Fran McFadden, Director
Ocean County Board of Social Services
1027 Hooper Avenue
P.O. Box 547
Toms River, NJ 08754-0547
732.349.1500
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ATTN: Faith Liguori, Executive Director
Ocean Housing Alliance
605 Bay Avenue
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742
732.899.2277

ATTN: Virginia L. Doty, Project Manager & Director
Our Special Kids of Toms River, Inc.
823 Bay Avenue
Toms River, NJ 08753
732.255.2557

ATTN: Chaya Bender, Executive Director
The Special Children’s Center, Inc.
1400 Prospect Street
Lakewood, NJ 08701
732.367.0099

ATTN: Ray Lynnworth, Volunteer Executive
Team Randy, Inc.
213 Route 37 East (c/o Toms River Fitness)
Toms River, NJ 08753
732.914.9500, Ext. 103

       The following organizations shall receive a transportation operating
assistance grant. Each grant shall not exceed $2,000.00. The funds will be
charged to the SCDRT Account 017-815-F017.

ATTN: JoAnn Benson, Project Director
Toms River Township Senior Center
652 Garfield Avenue
Toms River, NJ 08753
732.341.1000, Ext. 8434

ATTN: Sheila A. Melore, Executive Director
Twenty-One Plus, Inc.
252 Washington Street
Toms River, NJ 08753
732.240.3118, Ext. 10

ATTN: Paul Kozak, Project Director
Vetwork, A Program of Vetgroup, Inc.
103 North Main Street
Forked River, NJ 08731
609.971.7613
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                              RESOLUTION
                                 April 18, 2012


             WHEREAS, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, wishes to execute a Public
Donor Agreement with the following Agency,
             Catholic Charities-Diocese of Trenton (Providence House)
             In the amount of $74,934.00
             Domestic Violence Protective Services

                WHEREAS, funds are available in Account #016-205-5012; and
             WHEREAS, the Contract period of the above mentioned Agreement
shall be January 1, 2012 thru December 31, 2012; and
             WHEREAS, The County of Ocean agrees to match funds to the
existing State of New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF)
Contracts.
             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby authorizes the execution of the above mentioned Contract.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County reserves the right
to cancel this Contract at any time during the contract term if said funds are not
appropriated.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the agreement number must be
placed on all papers, documents, invoices and vouchers pertaining to said
agreement, the number being C2012-90.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this
Resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Human Services
and the above agency.
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                              RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012

             WHEREAS, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, wishes to execute a Public
Donor Agreement with the following Agency,
             Counseling and Referral Services of Ocean, Inc
             DBA : Seashore Family Services of NJ
             Substance Abuse Treatment $11,666.00

             WHEREAS, funds are available in Account #016-205-5094; and
             WHEREAS, the Contract period of the above mentioned Agreement
shall be July 1, 2011 thru June 30, 2012; and
             WHEREAS, The County of Ocean agrees to match funds to the
existing State of New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF)
Contracts.
             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby authorizes the execution of the above mentioned Contract.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County reserves the right
to cancel this Contract at any time during the contract term if said funds are not
appropriated.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the agreement number must be
placed on all papers, documents, invoices and vouchers pertaining to said
agreement, the number being C2012-91.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this
Resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Human Services
and the above agency.


                              RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012
             WHEREAS, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, wishes to execute a Public
Donor Agreement and Provide Aid to the following Agency,
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                Page 74




             The ARC, Ocean County Chapter, Inc.              $45,244.00
             Adult Day Care & Training for
             Disabled/Vocational Mentally Ill                   31,440.00
                                                               $76,684.00

             WHEREAS, funds are available in Account #016-205-5031; and
             WHEREAS, the Contract period of the above mentioned Agreement
shall be July 1, 2011 thru June 30, 2012; and
             WHEREAS, The County of Ocean agrees to match funds to the
existing State of New Jersey Department of Children And Families (DCF)
Contracts.
             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby authorizes the execution of the above mentioned Contract.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County reserves the right
to cancel this Contract at any time during the contract term if said funds are not
appropriated.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the agreement number must be
placed on all papers, documents, invoices and vouchers pertaining to said
agreement, the number being C2012-92.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this
Resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Human Services
and the above agency.


                              RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012

             WHEREAS, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, wishes to execute a Public
Donor Agreement and Provide Aid to the following Agency,
             Ocean County Board of Social Services      $ 5,000.00
             Supportive Housing (DCF)                   $12,239.00
                                                        $17,239.00

             WHEREAS, funds are available in Account #016-205-5095; and
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                Page 75




             WHEREAS, the Contract period of the above mentioned Agreement
shall be January 1, 2012 thru December 31, 2012; and
             WHEREAS, The County of Ocean agrees to match funds to the
existing State of New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF)
Contracts.
             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby authorizes the execution of the above mentioned Contract.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County reserves the right
to cancel this Contract at any time during the contract term if said funds are not
appropriated.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the agreement number must be
placed on all papers, documents, invoices and vouchers pertaining to said
agreement, the number being C2012-93.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this
Resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Human Services
and the above agency.


                              RESOLUTION

                                  April 18, 2012

             WHEREAS, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, wishes to execute a Public
Donor Agreement and Provide Aid to the following Agency,
             LADACIN Network                                   $14,500.00
             Employment Related Services (DCF)                  33,937.00
                                                               $48,437.00


             WHEREAS, funds are available in Account #016-205-5076; and
             WHEREAS, the Contract period of the above mentioned Agreement
shall be July 1, 2011 thru June 30, 2012; and
             WHEREAS, The County of Ocean agrees to match funds to the
existing State of New Department of Children and Families (DCF) Contracts.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                Page 76




             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby authorizes the execution of the above mentioned Contract.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County reserves the right
to cancel this Contract at any time during the contract term if said funds are not
appropriated.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the agreement number must be
placed on all papers, documents, invoices and vouchers pertaining to said
agreement, the number being C2012-94.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this
Resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Human Services
and the above agency.


                              RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012


             WHEREAS, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, wishes to execute a
Public Donor Agreement with the following Agency,
      ST. FRANCIS CENTER (LBICC,INC)

             Counseling Service (DCF)                    $39,532.00
             Parents in Recovery (DCF                      7,053.00
             Parenting (DCF)                              13,333.00
                                                         $59,918.00

             WHEREAS, funds are available in Account #016-205-5096; and
             WHEREAS, the Contract period of the above mentioned Agreement
shall be July 1, 2011 thru June 30, 2012; and
             WHEREAS, The County of Ocean agrees to match funds to the
existing State of New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF)
Contracts.
             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby authorizes the execution of the above mentioned Contracts.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                     Page 77




             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County reserves the right
to cancel this Contract at any time during the contract term if said funds are not
appropriated.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the agreement number must be
placed on all papers, documents, invoices and vouchers pertaining to said
agreement, the number being C2012-95.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this
Resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Human Services
and the above agency.


                                  RESOLUTION
                                     April 18, 2012


             WHEREAS, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, wishes to execute a Public
Donor Agreement with the following Agency,
                Visiting Homemaker Service of O.C.
                DBA Visiting Homecare Service of O.C. in the amount of $98,434.00
                Home Health Care

                WHEREAS, funds are available in Account #016-205-5011; and
             WHEREAS, the Contract period of the above mentioned Agreement
shall be January 1, 2012 thru December 31, 2012; and
             WHEREAS, The County of Ocean agrees to match funds to the
existing State of New Jersey Department of Children And Families (DCF)
Contracts.
             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby authorizes the execution of the above mentioned Contract.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County reserves the right
to cancel this Contract at any time during the contract term if said funds are not
appropriated.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                Page 78




             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the agreement number must be
placed on all papers, documents, invoices and vouchers pertaining to said
agreement, the number being C2012-96.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this
Resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Human Services
and the above agency.


                              RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012

             WHEREAS, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, wishes to execute a
Public Donor Agreement with the following Agency,
             Preferred Behavioral Health of NJ………….$18,973.00
             Adolescent Partial Care

             WHEREAS, funds are available in Account #016-205-5013; and
             WHEREAS, the Contract period of the above mentioned Agreement
shall be July 1, 2011 thru June 30, 2012; and
             WHEREAS, The County of Ocean agrees to match funds to the
existing State of New Jersey Department of Children and Families (DCF)
Contracts.
             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby authorizes the execution of the above mentioned Contract.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County reserves the right
to cancel this Contract at any time during the contract term if said funds are not
appropriated.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the agreement number must be
placed on all papers, documents, invoices and vouchers pertaining to said
agreement, the number being C2012-97.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this
Resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
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Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Human Services
and the above agency.


                              RESOLUTION
                                  April 18, 2012


             WHEREAS, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, wishes to execute a Public
Donor Agreement with the following Agency,
             Ocean Mental Health Services………….$8,425.00
             Turnaround Program


             WHEREAS, funds are available in Account #016-205-5015; and
             WHEREAS, the Contract period of the above mentioned Agreement
shall be July 1, 2011 thru June 30, 2012 and
             WHEREAS, The County of Ocean agrees to match funds to the
existing State of New Jersey Department of Children And Families (DCF)
Contracts.
             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY hereby authorizes the execution of the above mentioned Contract.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County reserves the right
to cancel this Contract at any time during the contract term if said funds are not
appropriated.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the agreement number must be
placed on all papers, documents, invoices and vouchers pertaining to said
agreement, the number being C2012-98.
             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that certified copies of this
Resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Human Services
and the above agency.
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                                RESOLUTION

                                April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders, by
Resolution, dated August 17, 2011, authorized the Freeholder Director and the
Clerk of the Board to execute the legal instruments associated with a First-Time
Homebuyer Program; and

      WHEREAS, a qualified applicant can use the existing First Time
Homebuyer Program subsidy in the amount of $10,000 for down payment and
closing cost assistance for a total of $10,000 in assistance; and

       WHEREAS, qualified participants who successfully complete the
workshops and individual counseling are recommended for an award in an amount
not to exceed $10,000 each; and

      WHEREAS, the following participants have successfully completed the
second phase of workshops and individual counseling and will proceed to secure a
mortgage commitment:

                  John and Alicia Peterson
                  Alicia Green
                  Maria Torres

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

1.    The Board of Chosen Freeholders hereby authorizes the modification to the
      Resolutions to include the new participants listed above.

2.    The contract number must be placed on all papers, documents, invoices and
      vouchers pertaining to said contract being number C2011-107.

3.    Copies of this Resolution shall be forwarded to the County
      Comptroller/CFO, County Auditor, Director of Management and Budget,
      County Planning Director, County Counsel and OCEAN, Inc.


                                RESOLUTION
                                 April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the County of Ocean periodically has the need to dispose of
regulated asbestos containing material from various buildings and properties it
owns; and
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      WHEREAS, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
regulations and the Ocean County Landfill Corporation, Incorporated permit
require the execution and certification of documents as a condition to the proper
disposal of asbestos containing materials.

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF
NEW JERSEY, as follows:

      1.    The Director of Solid Waste Management is authorized to execute
            all necessary certificates and documents related to the proper
            disposal of asbestos containing materials.

      2.    Copies of this Resolution shall be provided to:

            Director of Solid Waste Management
            County Counsel
            Ocean County Landfill Corporation, Incorporated


                                RESOLUTION
                                April 18, 2012


      BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS,
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, as follows:
      1.    The Freeholder Director and Clerk of the Board are hereby
authorized and directed to execute a Short Term Lease Agreement with
Fourth Venture, LLC for a portion of the premises located at the Town Hall
Shoppes, Cedarbridge Avenue, Brick Township, New Jersey, consisting of
approximately 1,660 sq ft. as more specifically identified in said Lease
Agreement. A copy of this Lease Agreement shall be kept on file and
available for inspection in the Office of the Clerk of the Board.
      2.    Certified copies of this Resolution shall be sent to:
            Ocean County Comptroller;
            Ocean County Counsel;
            Director, Ocean County Purchasing Department;
            Manager, Ocean County Division of Risk Management, and
            Fourth Venture, LLC
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                                   RESOLUTION

                                   April 18, 2012

              WHEREAS, on October 5, 2011, the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY
adopted a resolution that authorized and directed the Freeholder Director to
execute and submit a Comprehensive County Youth Services Plan for 2012-2014
and Application for Funding to the New Jersey Department of Law and Public
Safety, Juvenile Justice Commission; and
              WHEREAS, the New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety,
Juvenile Justice Commission is now requiring the inclusion of the specific dollar
amounts by Grant name and the County of Ocean’s required match in said
resolution; and
              WHEREAS, recommendation is made to amend the prior resolution;
and
              WHEREAS, these funds shall be allocated for the purpose of
providing services for the Department of Juvenile Services, Youth Services
Commission, for the period of January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012 in the
amounts of:
      State/Community Partnership Program Grant          $390,032.00
      Family Court Services Program Grant                $342,020.00
      Juvenile Accountability Block Grant (JABG)         $ 25,808.00
      County of Ocean 10% Required Match to JABG         $ 2,868.00.

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, that:
              1.    The Director and Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized and
directed to amend the Resolution of October 5, 2011 to include the above figures.
              2.    All other provisions of the Resolution of October 5, 2011 shall
remain in full force and effect.
              BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Freeholder Director and the
Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute any necessary
subsequent related documents.
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             BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this
resolution shall be made available to the County Administrator, County
Department of Finance, County Auditor, County Department of Juvenile Services
and the County Youth Services Commission Administrator.


                                            CONTRACT NO. B2010-176E

                            R E S O L U T I O N
                                    April 18, 2012

         W H E R E A S, the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN entered into an agreement dated December 15, 2010 with
the Contractor, Solar-Mite Electrical Contractors, Inc., for work and services in
relation to the Construction of Traffic Signals, Contract 2010-B, Ocean County,
New Jersey; and
      W H E R E A S, a resolution adopted on April 4, 2012 authorizing Change
Order No. 1 on the project number (B2010-176E) indicated the incorrect contract
number in the first sentence; and
      WHEREAS, the correct Contract Number is B2010-176E.
      NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the corrected Contract
Number B2010-176E shall be indicated on all change order documents.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a certified copy of this Resolution will be
forwarded to the County Engineer, and contractor, Solar-Mite Electrical
Contractors, Inc.


                                    RESOLUTION
                                    April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, on January 18, 2011, the Ocean County Board of Chosen
Freeholders adopted a Resolution requiring the Ocean County Department of
Juvenile Services to provide certain nursing services at the Juvenile Detention
Center; and

      WHEREAS, the date of this Resolution adopted by the Board of Chosen
Freeholders is January 18, 2011; and
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      WHEREAS, this Resolution of the Board of Chosen Freeholders was
adopted on January 18, 2012.

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF
NEW JERSEY, that the Resolution adopted on January 18, 2011, is hereby
amended to reflect the correct date of January 18, 2012.

       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution
shall be made available to the Director, Ocean County Juvenile Services, Ocean
County Administrator, Ocean County Comptroller, Ocean County Counsel and the
Ocean County Board of Health.



            RESOLUTION OF THE COUNTY OF OCEAN,
            NEW JERSEY MAKING APPLICATION TO THE
            LOCAL FINANCE BOARD PURSUANT TO
            N.J.S.A. 40A:2-51


      WHEREAS, the County of Ocean, New Jersey (the "County") desires to
make application to the Local Finance Board for its (a) review and/or approval of
the proposed issuance of general obligation refunding bonds (the "Refunding
Bonds") for the purpose of refunding the outstanding principal amounts of the
County’s General Improvement Bonds, Series 2002, General Obligation Refunding
Bonds, Series 2002A, General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2002B,
General Improvement Bonds, Series 2005 and General Improvement Bonds, Series
2006, and (b) consent to the adoption by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the
County of a refunding bond ordinance (the "Refunding Bond Ordinance")
authorizing the issuance of the Refunding Bonds; and

      WHEREAS, the County believes that:

            (a)   it is in the public interest to accomplish such purpose;

            (b)   said purpose or improvements are for the
                  health, welfare, convenience or betterment
                  of the inhabitants of the County;

            (c)   the amounts to be expended for said purpose
                  or improvements are not unreasonable or
                  exorbitant;

            (d)   the proposal is an efficient and feasible
                  means of providing services for the needs of
                  the inhabitants of the County and will not
                  create an undue financial burden to be
                  placed upon the County.
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       NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, NEW JERSEY,
as follows:

       Section 1. The application to the Local Finance Board for the purposes
described in the Recitals hereof is hereby approved, and GluckWalrath LLP, the
County’s Bond Counsel and Public Financial Management, Inc., the County’s
Financial Advisor, along with other representatives of the County, are hereby
authorized to prepare such application and to represent the County in matters
pertaining thereto.

      Section 2. The Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County is
hereby directed to prepare and file a copy of this resolution and the proposed
Refunding Bond Ordinance with the Local Finance Board as part of such
application.

       Section 3. The Local Finance Board is hereby respectfully requested to
consider such application and to record its findings, recommendations and/or
approvals as provided by the applicable New Jersey Statute, including causing its
consent to be endorsed upon a certified copy of the Refunding Bond Ordinance as
finally adopted by the County.

                                  Recorded Vote

            AYE                       NO            ABSTAIN           ABSENT



                                 RESOLUTION
                                   April 18, 2012

      WHEREAS, the Uniform Shared Services and Consolidation Act, N.J.S.A.
40A:65-1 et seq., authorizes local units as defined in said Act to enter into joint
agreements for the provision of governmental services; and
      WHEREAS, the Borough of Seaside Heights wishes to enter into a Shared
Services Agreement with the County of Ocean for the use of Ocean County
Sheriff’s Department Canine Unit Services on an as needed basis to provide
assistance to the Borough Police Department in its law enforcement endeavors.
      NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF
NEW JERSEY as follows:
      1.        The Freeholder Director and Clerk of the Board are hereby
                authorized and directed to enter into and execute a Shared Services
                Agreement with the Borough of Seaside Heights for the period
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                May 25, 2012 through September 30, 2012, for the purposes set
                forth above.
      2.        A copy of this Agreement shall be kept on file and be available for
                public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen
                Freeholders during normal business hours.
      3.        A certified copy of this Resolution shall be provided to the
                following:
                    A. Municipal Clerk, Borough of Seaside Heights;
                    B. Ocean County Sheriff;
                    C. Ocean County Comptroller;
                    D. Ocean County Counsel.



                                RESOLUTION

                                April 18th, 2012


       WHEREAS, in June 2009, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) joined with the U.S. Department of Transportation, and the
Environmental Protection Agency to create an Interagency Partnership for
Sustainable Communities. In the context of the federal partnership, HUD created
the Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant Program in an effort to
support metropolitan and multijurisdictional planning efforts that integrate
housing, land use, economic and workforce development, transportation,
infrastructure plans and to empower jurisdictions to consider the interdependent
challenges of economic growth and revitalization, access to opportunity, public
health, and environmental impact simultaneously; and

      WHEREAS, in November 2011, a group consisting of Rutgers University,
the North Jersey Transportation Authority (NJTPA), NJ TRANSIT, the Office for
Planning Advocacy and others received a $5 million grant from the US
Department of Housing and Urban Development to create the North Jersey
Sustainable Communities Consortium (“Consortium”) which will guide the
development of a Regional Plan for Sustainable Development (“RPSD") for the
13-county NJTPA region; and

      WHEREAS, the purpose of this planning effort is to enhance, coordinate,
and expand existing planning work being conducted at the local, county, regional,
and state level to address economic growth, development, transportation, access to
jobs and housing, and other interrelated factors; and

    WHEREAS, the grant requires that Consortium participants sign a
Memorandum of Understanding that explains the benefits and responsibilities of
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membership and identifies the processes and procedures that will govern the
business of the Consortium; and

      WHEREAS, the County of Ocean is eligible to serve on the Consortium
Steering Committee if they elect to become a member of the Consortium; and

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN
FREEHOLDERS, of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY as follows:

   1.      The Freeholder Director and Clerk of the Board are further authorized
           and directed to enter into the MOU with the North Jersey Sustainable
           Communities Consortium and become a member of the Consortium
           Steering Committee;

   2.      Work collaboratively with the other members of the Consortium and the
           public to: a) create a comprehensive and balanced vision for the region’s
           future in which the economy, housing market, transportation and
           infrastructure systems advance and sustain a high quality of life for all
           the region’s residents and ensure the competitiveness of our businesses
           and industries without endangering natural resources; and b) develop a
           plan that makes the region attractive to both public- and private-sector
           investment that encourages residential and business growth in areas that
           can support growth and choose to do so.

        3. Certified copies of this resolution shall be forwarded to the Ocean County
           Administrator, the County Engineer, Ocean County Department of
           Planning and the New Jersey Transportation Planning Authority.


                                RESOLUTION
                                   April 18, 2012

              BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS
of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, that the Director and
Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized and directed to enter into a Shared
Services Agreement between the County of Ocean and the Borough of Lavallette
for the Repair and Maintenance of the West Point Island Channel under the West
Point Island Bridge and Borough Boat Ramp.
           BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution be
sent to the County Engineer, County Comptroller, CFO and the Borough of
Lavallette.
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                             RESOLUTION
                                 April 18, 2012

            WHEREAS, the County Engineer has approved the release of bonds
for road opening permits, which bonds were posted according to Resolution,
adopted by the Board on August 16, 1989.
            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF
NEW JERSEY, that the County Comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to
release the following bonds, which bonds were posted the following road opening
permits:
NAME                   PERMIT NO.          ISSUED       AMOUNT      TYPE

Regency Development    CO-26-K             6/3/10       $1,000.00   Cash #1498


     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this Resolution shall
be made available to the County Department of Finance and the Ocean County
Engineer.

                  (One on the above (62) Resolutions)
ROLL CALL:        (Offered by Freeholder Kelly, seconded by Freeholder Vicari)
    Ayes:         Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:         None

CLERK VASIL: “Motions, Items B-1 through B-6. In reference to Item B-3,
Freeholder Lacey and Freeholder Vicari were not present.”

            No objections or comments were received, therefore, the following
(six) Motions were offered:

            On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Clerk of the Board
was authorized to record and/or accept the following recorded Legal Instruments:

LEGAL INSTRUMENTS RECEIVED FOR 4-18-2012

Mortgage:

Frances M. Perry – Block 38.08; Lot 202.04 – Manchester Township,
BK15163PG1026
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Deed of Easement:

United Water Toms River, Inc. – Block 571; Lot 87.01 – Toms River Township
BK15162PG596


                                   MOTION
                                  April 18, 2012

Motion approving the distribution of Requests for Proposals and/or Request for
Qualifications for Professional Services and/or Extraordinary Unspecifiable
Services and approving the selection criteria contained therein for the following
projects in accordance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.1.

Requests for Proposals/Qualifications

Arbitrage Rebate Consulting Services

Radio Advertising Services

           On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Minutes of the Pre-
Board Meeting of 3/14/2012 were approved, and distributed as copied.


                                  MOTION
                                  April 18, 2012

       On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the plans and specifications for
the Reconstruction of Veterans Boulevard from Western Boulevard to Grand
Central Parkway, Berkeley Township were approved and the proper officers of
the Board were authorized and directed to advertise.


                                  MOTION

                                  April 18, 2012


         On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the County Engineer was
authorized to acquire right-of-way and/or easement(s) by gift, purchase, exchange
or condemnation for the Reconstruction of Veterans Boulevard, Western
Boulevard to Grand Central Parkway, Berkeley Township, for purposes of road
widening and realignment.
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from:

Parcel 1
Erich & Margaret Hild
Being a P/O Lots 1 - 4, Block 410
Berkeley Township

Parcel 2
Township of Berkeley
Being a P/O Lot 5, Block 410
Berkeley Township

Parcel 3
John Brinker & Herman Brinker
Being a P/O Lots 6 & 7, Block 410
Berkeley Township

Parcel 4
Edward & Lisa Baumann
Being a P/O Lots 1 - 3, Block 428
Berkeley Township

Parcel 5
American Asian Investment Group, LLC
Being a P/O Lots 4, 6, 8 & 10, Block 428
Berkeley Township

Parcel 6
Thomas Kohler
Being a P/O Lot 12, 14 & 16, Block 428
Berkeley Township

and County Counsel was authorized to prepare and record all necessary
documents.

            On motion duly made, seconded and carried, the Ocean County
Master Payroll paid on 4/11/2012 for the payroll period of 3/15/2012 through
3/28/2012 and for the payroll period of 3/29/2012 through 4/11/2012, in the
amount of $4,820,041.27, in accordance with the resolution passed on June 21,
1972, was approved.

                  (One on the above (6) Motions)
ROLL CALL:        (Offered by Freeholder Kelly, seconded by Freeholder Lacey)
    Ayes:         Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, except on Item B-3; Mr. Vicari, except
                  on Item B-3; Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
     Nays:        None
Abstentions:      Mr. Lacey, on Item B-3; Mr. Vicari, on Item B-3

CLERK VASIL: “Traffic Safety Improvements, one Resolution, Item C-1.”
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            No objections or comments were received, therefore, the following
resolution was offered:


                                   RESOLUTION
                                   April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the Ocean County Board of Freeholders adopted a Resolution
dated June 16, 2012, establishing No Parking Anytime Zone along County Road
#2(Lake Street) in the Borough of Lakehurst; and
      WHEREAS, the No Parking Anytime Zone has been removed along County
Road #2(Lake Street) in the Borough of Lakehurst.
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, in the STATE OF
NEW JERSEY, that:
      1.     A Resolution of the Board adopted June 16, 2012, designating No
Parking Anytime Zone along County Road #2 (Lake Street) in the Borough of
Lakehurst is hereby rescinded.
      2.     All former resolutions in conflict, or inconsistent with the provisions
of this resolution are hereby repealed.
      3.     A certified copy of this resolution shall be forwarded to the County
Engineer, and to the Clerk of the Borough of Lakehurst.



ROLL CALL:         (Offered by Freeholder Lacey, seconded by Freeholder Vicari)
    Ayes:          Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:          None

CLERK VASIL: “Bid Awards, to the lowest most qualified bidder, D-1 through D-
5.”

            No objections or comments were received, therefore, the following
(five) Bid Award Resolutions were offered:
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                                RESOLUTION

                                   April 18, 2012


             WHEREAS, on March 20, 2012, pursuant to legal advertisements
therefor, sealed bids were received for the furnishing and delivery of PHARMACY
SERVICES for the County of Ocean; and
             WHEREAS, at the advertised time, responses were received from the
following bidders:
Name and Address of Bidder                    Name and Address of Bidder
Chem Rx Pharmacy Services, LLC                Jersey Shore Pharmacy, LTC
4041 Hadley Rd, Bldg. M                       236 E. Jimmie Leeds Road
South Plainfield, NJ 07080                    Galloway, NJ 08205
(516) 889-8770                                (609) 748-1162

Diamond Drugs, Inc.
645 Kolter Drive
Indiana, PA 15701
(800) 882-6337 x 1003

                                                                                 ; and

             WHEREAS, after the receipt and examination of same, the County
Director of Purchase has now recommended to this Board that the lowest qualified
bid, according to specifications, be accepted, namely, CHEM RX PHARMACY
SERVICES, LLC.
             NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, as follows:
             1. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and
directed to enter into a contract, accepting the bid for the furnishing and delivery of
Pharmacy Services for the County of Ocean, for the contract period from date of
award through April 17, 2013, a period of one (1) year, OR until delivery is
complete unless otherwise stated. The County reserves the option to renew the
contract for one (1) additional year, by mutual agreement, at the same prices.
             CHEM RX PHARMACY SERVICES, LLC for two (2) items, to wit:
ITEMS NO. 1a and 1b.
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               2. The materials and services to be acquired by these contracts shall
be by purchase order only and shall be approved as to funds available by the
Department of Finance, who shall encumber said funds when the purchase orders
are issued.
               3. The contract number must be placed on all papers, documents,
invoices and vouchers pertaining to said contract, the number being B2012-50.
               4. Be it further resolved that certified copies of this Resolution shall
be made available to the County Auditor, County Director of Purchase,
Department of Finance, Juvenile Services, and Chem Rx Pharmacy Services, LLC,
the successful bidder.


                                 RESOLUTION

                                     April 18, 2012

               WHEREAS, on April 3, 2012, pursuant to legal advertisements
therefor, sealed bids were received for the furnishing and delivery of
IRRIGATION SYSTEMS REPAIRS AND PARTS for the County of Ocean; and
               WHEREAS, at the advertised time, responses were received from the
following bidders:
Name and Address of Bidder                     Name and Address of Bidder
Meticulous Landscaping, Inc.                   Jersey Shore Lawn Sprinkler, Inc.
360 Route 9, Unit 1                            870 Route 530
Waretown, NJ 08758                             Whiting, NJ 08759
(609) 971-8551                                 (732) 270-0072
                                                                       ; and
               WHEREAS, after the receipt and examination of same, the County
Director of Purchase has now recommended to this Board that the lowest qualified
bid, according to specifications, that of, METICULOUS LANDSCAPING, INC.
be accepted.
               NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, as follows:
               1. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and
directed to enter into a contract with Meticulous Landscaping Inc., accepting their
bid for the furnishing and delivery of Irrigation Systems Repairs and Parts for the
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County of Ocean, for the contract period effective from date of award until April
17, 2013 or until delivery is complete. The County reserves the right to extend the
term of the contract pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-15, as follows:

              METICULOUS LANDSCAPING, INC. for sixteen (16) items, to wit:
ITEMS NO. 1, 2, 3, 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d, 5a, 5b, 5c, 5d, 6a, 6b, 6c, 6d and 7.
This vendor has extended this contract to County Cooperative Contract System
Participants.

              2. The materials and services to be acquired by this contract shall be
by purchase order only and shall be approved as to funds available by the
Department of Finance, who shall encumber said funds when the purchase orders
are issued.
              3. The contract number must be placed on all papers, documents,
invoices and vouchers pertaining to said contract, the number being B2012-54.
              4. Be it further resolved that certified copies of this Resolution shall
be made available to the County Auditor, County Director of Purchase,
Department of Finance, County Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, Ocean
County Library Director, County Director of Parks and Recreation, and Meticulous
Landscaping, Inc. the successful bidder.


                                RESOLUTION
                                    April 18, 2012


              WHEREAS, on April 3, 2012, pursuant to legal advertisements
therefor, sealed bids were received for the furnishing and delivery of RETROFIT
LIGHTING AND SENSORS AT CENTRAL SUPPLY WAREHOUSE, BLDG.
#60 for the County of Ocean; and
              WHEREAS, at the advertised time, responses were received from the
following bidders:
Name and Address of Bidder                    Name and Address of Bidder
ASM Electric, Inc.                            Allaire Electrical Contractors, Inc.
718 Jefferson Avenue                          2220 Landmark Place, Suite 4
Kenilworth, NJ 07033                          Manasquan, NJ 08736
(908) 241-5736                                (732) 223-0747
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Name and Address of Bidder                   Name and Address of Bidder

Altec Building Systems Corporation           Breaker Electric, Inc.
904 Atlantic Avenue                          488 Monmouth Rd.
Pt. Pleasant, NJ 08742                       Clarksburg, NJ 08510
(732) 903-6264                               (609) 208-1818

Bricktown Electrical Contracting, LLC        Electrical Design & Const. Corp.
1103 B Industrial Parkway                    PO Box 7404
Brick, NJ 08724                              Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
(732) 262-9700                               (732) 741-5100

Gil General & Electrical Contractors, Inc.   Gary Kubiak & Son Electric, Inc.
133 Gaither Drive – Suite N                  1375 Old York Rd.
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054                         Allentown, NJ 08501
(856) 866-7671                               (609) 259-8600

Green Light Energy Conservation              ISST, Inc.
326 3rd Street                               1335 Woodford Lane
Lakewood, NJ 08701                           Hainesport, NJ 08036
(732) 312-5550                               (717) 468-7300

Little Silver Electric, Inc.                 Maul Electric, Inc.
68 Birch Avenue                              PO Box 386 / 10 Griggs Drive
Little Silver, NJ 07739                      Dayton, NJ 08810
(732) 741-1222                               (732) 329-4656

National Energy Solutions, Inc.              Pro Maintenance Group, Inc.
245 Lower Morrisville Road                   2310 Route 34 Suite 1C
Fallsington, PA 19054                        Manasquan, NJ 08736
(877) 445-5900                               (732) 280-6700

Ray Angelini, Inc.                           Starko Electric Services, Inc.
105 Blackwood-Barnsboro Road                 34 South Jefferson Road
PO Box 432                                   Whippany, NJ 07981
Sewell, NJ 08080                             (973) 781-9800
(856) 228-5566

Steven R Walsh Elect. Contr. Inc.
105 Cape May Ave.
Dorothy, NJ 08317
(609) 476-3105


                                                                       ; and

              WHEREAS, after the receipt and examination of same, the County
Director of Purchase has now recommended to this Board that the lowest qualified
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bid, according to specifications, namely that of ASM ELECTRIC, INC. be
accepted.
            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, as follows:
            1. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and
directed to enter into a contract, accepting the low bid for the furnishing and
delivery of RETROFIT LIGHTING AND SENSORS AT CENTRAL SUPPLY
WAREHOUSE, BLDG. #60 for the County of Ocean, for the contract period from
date of award through April 17, 2013, a period of one (1) year, OR until delivery is
complete. The County reserves the right to extend the term of the contract pursuant
to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-15, as follows:
          ASM ELECTRIC, INC. for one (1) item; to wit:
ITEM NO. 1.
            2. The materials to be acquired by this contract shall be by purchase
order only and shall be approved as to funds available by the Department of
Finance, who shall encumber said funds when the purchase orders are issued.
            3. The contract number must be placed on all papers, documents,
invoices and vouchers pertaining to said contract, the number being B2012-56.
            4. Be it further resolved that certified copies of this Resolution shall
be made available to the County Auditor, County Director of Purchase,
Department of Finance, County Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, and
ASM Electric, Inc. the successful bidder.


                               RESOLUTION

                                  April 18, 2012


            WHEREAS, on March 6, 2012, pursuant to legal advertisements
therefor, sealed bids were received for the furnishing and delivery of PENAL
INSTITUTIONAL SUPPLIES for the County of Ocean; and
            WHEREAS, at the advertised time, responses were received from the
following bidders:
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Name and Address of Bidder            Name and Address of Bidder
Charm-Tex                             JML Medical, Inc.
1618 Coney Island Ave.                501 Prospect St. #98
Brooklyn, NY 11230                    Lakewood, NJ 08701
(718) 252-8100                        (732) 901-1600

Pina M. Inc.                          Bob Barker Company
504 Aldrich Rd, Suite 2D              134 N Main St.
Howell, NJ 07731                      Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
(732) 833-6259                        (800) 334-9880

Dash Medical Gloves, Inc.             General Linen & Paper Supply
9635 S. Franklin Dr.                  2104 Bridge Ave.
Franklin, WI 53132                    Pt. Pleasant, NJ 08742
(800) 523-2055                        (732) 295-3600

Central Poly Corp.                    Care Supplies, LLC
2400 Bedle Place                      67 Ascension Street
Linden, NJ 07036                      Passaic, NJ 07055
(908) 862-7570                        (212) 616-6000

Tabb Textile Co., Inc.                Amercare Products, Inc.
511 Pleasant Drive                    17661 128th Place NE
Opelika, AL 36801                     Woodinville, WA 98072
(334) 745-6762                        (425) 489-9575

Camden Bag & Paper Co. LLC            Carolina Textiles
114 Gaither Drive                     PO Box 11211
Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054                  Charlotte, NC 28220
(856) 727-3313                        (704) 525-1272

Henry Schein, Inc.                    ICS Jail Supplies, Inc.
135 Duryea Road                       PO Box 21056
Melville, NY 11747                    Waco, TX 76702
(800) 851-0400                        (800) 524-5427

Kentron Health Care, Inc.             O.D. Taragin & Bros., LLC
3604 Kelton Jackson Road              1400 Aliceanna Street
Springfield, TN 37172                 Baltimore, MD 21231
(615) 384-0573                        (410) 276-7570

Phoenix Supply, LLC                   Textile Sales, Inc.
160 First Street SE, Suite 5          8644 N. Lockwood Ridge Rd. #152
New Brighton, MN 55112                Sarasota, FL 34243
(651) 209-3980                        (443) 286-3363

Tronex International, Inc.
300 International Drive
Mount Olive, NJ 07828
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(973) 335-2888
                                                                       ; and
            WHEREAS, after the receipt and examination of same, the County
Director of Purchase has now recommended to this Board that the lowest qualified
bid, according to specifications, in each instance, be accepted, namely, CHARM-
TEX; JML MEDICAL, INC; PINA M. INC; BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC;
DASH MEDICAL GLOVES, INC; GENERAL LINEN & PAPER SUPPLY;
CENTRAL POLY CORP.; CARE SUPPLIES, LLC AND TABB TEXTILE CO.,
INC.
            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, as follows:
            1. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and
directed to enter into contracts, accepting bids for the furnishing and delivery of
Penal Institutional Supplies for the County of Ocean, for the contract period from
date of award through April 17, 2013, a period of one (1) year, OR until delivery is
complete unless otherwise stated. The County reserves the right to extend the term
of the contract pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-15, as follows:
            A. CHARM-TEX for seven (7) items, to wit:
ITEMS NO. 4, 5, 6, 11, 16, 17 and 20.

          B. JML MEDICAL, INC. for one (1) item, to wit:
ITEM NO. 12.
            C. PINA M. INC. for two (2) items, to wit:
ITEMS NO. 2 and 14.
This vendor has extended this contract to County Cooperative Contract System
Participants.

            D. BOB BARKER COMPANY, INC. for one (1) item to wit:
ITEM NO. 8.
This vendor has extended this contract to County Cooperative Contract System
Participants.

          E. DASH MEDICAL GLOVES, INC. for one (1) item, to wit:
ITEM NO. 18.
            F. GENERAL LINEN & PAPER SUPPLY for one (1) item, to wit:
ITEMS NO. 7.
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                 Page 99




This vendor has extended this contract to County Cooperative Contract System
Participants.

              G. CENTRAL POLY CORP. for one (1) item, to wit:
ITEM NO. 19.
This vendor has extended this contract to County Cooperative Contract System
Participants.

          H. CARE SUPPLIES, LLC for two (2) items, to wit:
ITEMS NO. 9 and 10.
            J. TABB TEXTILE CO., INC. for four (4) items, to wit:
ITEMS NO. 1, 3, 13 and 15.
            2.   The materials to be acquired by these contracts shall be by
purchase order only and shall be approved as to funds available by the Department
of Finance, who shall encumber said funds when the purchase orders are issued.
            3. The contract number must be placed on all papers, documents,
invoices and vouchers pertaining to said contract, the number being B2012-41.
            4. Be it further resolved that certified copies of this Resolution shall
be made available to the County Auditor, County Director of Purchase,
Department of Finance, County Corrections, Juvenile Services, and the nine (9)
successful bidders.


                              RESOLUTION

                                  April 18, 2012


            WHEREAS, on March 20, 2012, pursuant to legal advertisements
therefor, sealed bids were received for the furnishing and delivery of CAR
WASHING SERVICES for the County of Ocean; and
            WHEREAS, at the advertised time, responses were received from the
following bidders:
Name and Address of Bidder                  Name and Address of Bidder
Manahawkin Magic Wash, LLC                  Motor Vehicle Productions, Inc.
578 Mill Creek Road                         612 West Veterans Highway
Manahawkin, NJ 08050                        Jackson, NJ 08527
(609) 597-7837                              (732) 740-5683
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Prestige Auto SPA                           Toms River Car Wash
883 Fisher Blvd                             921 North Main Street
Toms River, NJ 08753                        Toms River, NJ 08753
(732) 929-2914                              (732) 349-9680

                                                                            ; and
            WHEREAS, after the receipt and examination of same, the County
Director of Purchase has now recommended to this Board that the lowest qualified
bid, in each instance, be accepted, namely, MANAHAWKIN MAGIC WASH,
LLC; MOTOR VEHICLE PRODUCTIONS, INC and PRESTIGE AUTO SPA.
            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW
JERSEY, as follows:
         1. The Director and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized and
directed to enter into contracts, accepting bids for the furnishing and delivery of
Car Washing Services for the County of Ocean, for the contract period effective
from date of award through April 17, 2014, a period of two (2) years, OR until
delivery is complete unless otherwise stated. The County reserves the right to
extend the term of the contract pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-15.
            A. MANAHAWKIN MAGIC WASH, LLC. for one (1) item, to wit:
ITEM NO. 1.
            B. MOTOR VEHICLE PRODUCTIONS, INC. for one (1) item, to
wit:
ITEM NO. 1.
Car Wash is located at 2202 Route 37 East in Toms River, NJ
This vendor has extended this contract to County Cooperative Contract System
Participants.

            C. PRESTIGE AUTO SPA for one (1) item, to wit:
ITEM NO. 1.
This vendor has extended this contract to County Cooperative Contract System
Participants.

            2. The services to be acquired by these contracts shall be by purchase
order only issued by the Ocean County Department of Purchase, and shall be
approved as to funds available by the Department of Finance, who shall encumber
said funds when the purchase orders are issued.
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             3. The contract number must be placed on all papers, documents,
invoices and vouchers pertaining to said contract, the number being B2012-47.
             4. Be it further resolved that certified copies of this Resolution shall
be made available to the County Auditor, County Director of Purchase,
Department of Finance, Vehicle Services, and the three (3) successful bidders.


                    (One on the above (5) Resolutions)
ROLL CALL:          (Offered by Freeholder Lacey, seconded by Freeholder Vicari)
    Ayes:           Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:           None

CLERK VASIL: “There are no Change Orders. We have Contracts, Items F-1 and
F-2.”

            No objections or comments were received, therefore, the following
(two) Contracts Resolutions were offered:


                                    RESOLUTION
                                    April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the Ocean County Clerk’s Office has maintained a copier
system for use by the public: and
      WHEREAS, the County of Ocean previously entered into an agreement
with Blackboard Inc. to provide software for the public copiers to collect requisite
costs of printing; and
      WHEREAS, the existing software, Blackboard Transact 2.9 Solution, will
cease to be supported by the provider, Blackboard, Inc. and the County of Ocean
has publicly solicited a Request for Proposals for software upgrades for such
services, in accordance with the requirements of N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4 et seq.; and
      WHEREAS, the responses received by the County of Ocean were reviewed
by the Ocean County Clerk and the Ocean County Consultant Selection Review
Committee in accordance with the criteria approved by the Ocean County Board of
Chosen Freeholders and set forth in the Request for Proposals; and
      WHEREAS, funds in the amount of Twenty Eight Thousand, Seven
Hundred Thirty Six Dollars ($28,736.00) are available in the 2012 Ocean County
Clerk Trust in account line 219-055-0016; and
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      WHEREAS, the County reserves the right to cancel this Agreement if at
any time during the contract period said funds are not appropriated and made
available for the balance of the work to be performed under this Agreement.
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF
NEW JERSEY, as follows:
      1.       The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders hereby authorizes
               and directs the Freeholder Director and Clerk of the Board to enter
               into and execute an agreement with Blackboard, Inc. for software
               upgrade TS3X Transaction System and support services for the
               Ocean County Clerk’s public copier systems for a term of two
               years, in a base amount not to exceed $28,736.00, in accordance
               with the terms and conditions of the RFP and as more specifically
               set forth in said Agreement.
      2.       Copies of this Resolution together with a copy of the Agreement
               for such services shall be placed on file and be kept available for
               public inspection in office of the Clerk of the Board during normal
               business hours.
      3.       Copies of this Resolution shall be forwarded to the following:
               Ocean County Clerk;
               Ocean County Comptroller;
               Director, Dept. of Management and Budget,
               County Counsel; and
               Blackboard, Inc.


                                 RESOLUTION
                                 April 18, 2012


      WHEREAS, the County of Ocean has solicited quotations for consulting
services to assist the County in the procurement of a vendor to provide food
services for the newly expanded Ocean County Correctional Facility; and
      WHEREAS, Faunce Consulting, LLC has the capability to perform such
work; and
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      WHEREAS, the County has appropriated sufficient funds which it may
legally expend for the purpose of providing such services, which shall not exceed
$11,000.00; and
      WHEREAS, this Agreement is awarded in compliance with the provisions
of the Local Public Contracts Law (N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1 et. seq.) the New Jersey
Pay-to-Play Law (N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4 et. seq.).
      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF
CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF
NEW JERSEY as follows:
      1.    The Freeholder Director and Clerk of the Board are hereby authorized
and directed to enter into and execute an Agreement with Faunce Consulting, LLC,
9 Benish Court, Clark, New Jersey 07066, for the provision of professional
consulting services, as more specifically set forth in that Agreement, at a cost not
to exceed $11,000.00.
      2.    This Agreement is awarded in compliance with the provisions of New
Jersey Local Public Contracts Law (N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1 et. seq.) and the provisions
of New Jersey Pay-to-Play Law (N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4 et. seq.).
      3.    The contract number must be placed on all papers, documents,
invoices and vouchers pertaining to this Agreement.
      4.    A certified copy of this Resolution, together with a copy of the
Agreement executed by the parties, shall remain on file and be available for public
inspection at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders.
      5.    Certified copies of this Resolution shall be made available to:
            Faunce Consulting, LLC;
            Ocean County Comptroller;
            Ocean County Department of Purchasing;
            Office of County Counsel.

                   (One on the above (2) Resolutions)
ROLL CALL:         (Offered by Freeholder Kelly, seconded by Freeholder Lacey)
    Ayes:          Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:          None

CLERK VASIL: “One Appointment today, Item G-1.”

            No objections or comments were received, therefore, the following
Resolution was offered:
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                               RESOLUTION

                                   April 18, 2012


      BE IT RESOLVED; the BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS of the
COUNTY OF OCEAN, STATE OF NEW JERSEY appoints OCEAN
COUNTY WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD members, therefore, the
following individual is hereby appointed as a NEW MEMBER of the OCEAN
COUNTY WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD, to serve without salary or
other compensation, for a term of up to three (3) years, term to expire June 1, 2015:


               NAME                                   TOWNSHIP
        BENJAMIN L. WALDRON                         LANOKA HARBOR

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that certified copies of this resolution shall
be made available to the Ocean County Workforce Investment Board, Ocean
County Clerk and to the appointees.

ROLL CALL:         (Offered by Freeholder Lacey, seconded by Freeholder Vicari)
    Ayes:          Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:          None

            The following items were ordered, received and filed in the Clerk of
the Board’s Office, since the last Regular Board Meeting:

       Berkeley Township proclaiming April as “Autism Awareness Month” and
       declaring April 2nd “Light it up Blue Day”.

       Berkeley Township calling for the restoration of energy taxes to
       municipalities.

       Mercer County opposing the rate increase requested by NJ American
       Water.

       Point Pleasant Beach Borough opposing S-1452 and A2425 concerning the
       Open Public Records Act.

       Point Pleasant Beach Borough opposing S-1451 and A2426 Open Public
       Records Act.

       OC Vocational Technical School Board of School Estimate operation and
       capital budget for the 2012-2013 school year.
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       OC Board of Health recommendations to the Board of Freeholders for
       Local Advisory Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (LACADA)
       appointments.

       Brick Township supporting S-243 and A-327 which will remove insurance
       obstacles for those who serve as volunteer drivers for non-profit
       organizations in New Jersey.

       OC Board of Health supporting and recognizing April 28, 2012 as
       “National Prescription Drug Take-Bake Day”.

       Long Beach Township proclaiming April 15-21, 2012 as “National
       Volunteer Week”.

       Beachwood Borough calling for the restoration of energy taxes to
       municipalities.

       Bergen County supporting S-715 and A-2036 concerning equality in Safety
       Standards for Vehicle – Seat and Wheelchair-Seat Passengers.

       OC Board of Social Services Meeting Minutes of 2/28/2012.

       OC Library Commission Meeting Minutes of 3/20/2012.

       OC Advisory Commission on the Status of Women Meeting Minutes of
       2/14/2012.

       OC Mosquito Extermination Commission Meeting Minutes of 3/19/2012.

       State Department of Transportation approval of Center Line Markings
       along US Route 9 in Ocean County.

       State Department of Transportation approval of 11/16/2011 Resolution
       repealing No Stopping or Standing on C.R. #2 (Bay Shore Drive, County
       Route 609), Barnegat Township.

       OC Board of Health Intergovernmental Cooperative Agreement with the
       OC Board of Social Services concerning Hepatitis B & Influenza Vaccine
       Program.

             At 4:21 P.M., Director Little received the following comments from
the Board.

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Just one topic, not a comment. It is very important in
government today that we try to maintain our ratable base. As we know, in Ocean
County over the last several years, we have been losing ratables. I just want to
highlight and note that on Route 37 in Toms River where we continuously work
with the State of New Jersey on not only road improvements, but also making sure
the roads are clean. They remove the debris and cut the grass and what’s the
purpose of that; well, two things.
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              First of all, there are over $35 million dollars worth of improvements
for the last eighteen months that took place. That relates into what? That relates
into more money coming in. But, just as important as ratables, it’s the new jobs
that are created continuously and the related jobs. Just over the last eighteen
months, I think if you go down 37, about a mile and a half, at one time when I was
in Dover Township on the Planning Board, it was called the “golden mile” and we
were one of the leaders in retail sales because of the car industry that’s there. When
the seniors come in of course, fortunately for us, they purchase new cars and they
do it on a regular basis because they worked hard all their life and they want
certain cars and they should have the new car. But, just to highlight some of the
grand openings that we’ve had recently, it’s unbelievable; Nissan, Jeep, Chrysler,
Chevy, Hyundai, Volkswagen is opening up a building; Toyota, Buick/GMC. Now
why are they so important? Because of the fact that they bring money into Ocean
County and a lot of times it’s not just the people that live in Ocean County, buy in
Ocean County, it’s people that come off the parkway and they come and we are
very, very competitive.

              Working with Consumer Affairs, we have Steve Scaturro in the back,
we make sure that if there are any problems we keep it out of court and try to
mediate it and when there is an opening, we have the Director of Consumer Affairs
come down. We have CEO’s from major corporations come down, from Hyundai,
from Nissan, coming to Ocean County and why it is good is because they continue
to reinvest and invest money.

             The biggest problem that we have is trying to get loans for….
bringing the money in. You know when you turn the television on sometimes you
see the Federal government giving hundreds of billions of dollars. Well, if you are
talking about getting that is very difficult for our businesses and small businesses
to receive sometime, a lot of the businesses are family-owned businesses. You
have Lester Glenn, you have Lou Trubino that’s there from Pinelands, and many,
many others, they reinvested. What happens, there are over a thousand people that
work in that industry, they put money into advertising, they put money into radio
and they give us a good positive image as far as a business climate and local jobs.
Virtually all the people that work in that industry are local jobs. A lot of the
industry that you have there, the salesmen, average in many cases, talking to them,
$75,000.00 a year and up. Now, no one works 40 hours a week, I’ll be honest with
you. People work the hours, but you know, that’s what it is now being competitive
in America today. A lot of the mechanics are union scale mechanics. They get a
good salary and they get the benefits that go with it and they all use the local
businesses to spend money. They get quality services in Ocean County and there is
no reason for anyone to say you know, I have to go shopping because we are very
competitive in Ocean County.

             I just want to highlight the automobile industry because it is so
important to us and again, when possible, be competitive and shop. All I’m asking
the residents of Ocean County to do, come back with any price that can be beat and
show it to any of the car dealerships and I believe in my opinion, they can match or
beat any price, but you have to compare apples and apples. What happens
sometimes, debate and switch and you see some of the things sometimes with our
seniors and Steve Scaturro is the Director of Consumer Affairs, make sure they get
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 107




what they are buying and there is no switching. If the deal is too good to be true, it
is. It is not going to happen and a lot of times it does not happen. Sometimes our
seniors mean well go in and they are not given a fair shake. In Ocean County,
happy to say that we mediate a lot and take care of a lot of problems in the car
industry, the largest item they will buy next to their own home, as far as in the
automobile industry. I’m just thinking Route 37, but also have on 72 and
throughout Ocean County and of course in Lakewood, you have on Route 88. The
only reason why I’m singling out 37 is because of the tremendous influx of money
that’s been coming in there, not only that, but in repair places, auto body collision
places, all of those things. Most of our residents of course need at least one
automobile, one car. Some have two because of commuting.

               If you go up and down, compared to four years ago, there is a big
difference. The image is that four years ago there were a lot of empty businesses
and it gave people a bad feeling when they get off the parkway and they went to
the beach area and they noticed a lot of empty businesses. I think that image is very
good. We live… I mean when I first became a Freeholder, home construction
carried our ratables, there was no question about it. We were very, very fortunate.
We don’t have a home industry. We went through the last recession, I think it was
1989, after two or three years it started to come back up. This one is going to last a
little bit longer with housing, and that’s why commercial development, retail sales,
are extremely vital for us. In government we have a responsibility to make sure we
do whatever is necessary to bring the money into Ocean County and especially
with the large businesses that generate more money and circulate the money going
back and forth.

              Again, we need more help from, of course, the banking industry. I was
told that when we go to the grand openings, that a lot of the revenues that come in,
is due to the fact that the corporations are giving the money, not the local banks in
the County. I don’t know what the regulations are, I’m not being critical of the
local banking industry, but you need money to make money and that’s why it’s
important to bring more loans for businesses, small businesses and family owned
businesses, into Ocean County. That will help us. First, jobs are most important.
Second, is ratable and people that have businesses that pay taxes. They pay a
tremendous amount of taxes to support government services throughout the
townships, the schools and throughout the County. Thank you Mr. Director.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Route 72 is doing….”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Route 72 is doing very, very well. The only reason I
singled out Route 37, I wanted to get one area is because there is always
construction for the last two years. Route 72 is doing extremely well also.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Before I move to Freeholder Kelly, I wonder what they
would do for my trade in.”

FREEHOLDER BARTLETT: “Not much.” (laughter)

FREEHOLDER LACEY: “Anchor.” (laughter)
(Minutes of Meeting April 18, 2012)                  Page 108




FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Well, that’s what they have recycling centers for. Our
Director has a car that is a 1980….1989?”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Yes.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Mine is only a 1992. Mine is in better shape.”

FREEHOLDER BARTLETT: “The reverse doesn’t work in yours does it.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “My windows work. Your windows…”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Well, you don’t need windows.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “And the wiper works too.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Do you have an air conditioner that works?”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Yes.”

FREEHOLDER BARTLETT: “Holes in the car.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Freeholder Kelly.”

FREEHOLDER KELLY: “No comments.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Deputy Director.”

FREEHOLDER BARTLETT: “Thank you Mr. Director. This evening at 7:00
P.M., I intend to intend the hearing by the Pinelands Commission on the County’s
application for a Memorandum of Understanding with the Pinelands Commission,
with regard to the Robert J. Miller Airpark. I would like the permission of the
Board to be able to speak on behalf of the Board at that hearing. We have a lot at
stake here and our position is very clear. It has been attempted to be
misrepresented by various groups, but I intend to set the record straight.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “I would like to ask for a motion from the Board to have the
Deputy Director speak for this.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “So moved, but I would like to say also as liaison to the
Airport, is that there is a lot of misinformation and what Freeholder Bartlett is
going to do, is really give the correct, accurate information, not slanted, but the
correct information. I thought at the last meeting I was very careful in saying that
safety is important. Is the airport safe? Yes it is. Can we make it safer? No question
about it. When we build a road in Ocean County, when we built it 50 years ago, it
is not the same as today in most cases. We did certain improvements. In many
cases we added traffic signals or signs or whatever the case may be. So, the airport
today, has been built, been there for 50 years. It’s not going away but we can
increase and raise the level of safety by doing something that was first, at the very
inception, was crosswinds for small planes to land. It will help the forest services,
the Federal agencies, law enforcement agencies and the list goes on and on and on
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why it is extremely important to make sure that we increase the safety of the
airport and do whatever is necessary. Again, I will make the motion to send
Freeholder John Bartlett to that meeting tonight at 7 o’clock at the Berkeley
Township Town Hall.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Do we have a second?”

FREEHOLDER KELLY: “Second.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Voice vote. All in favor.”

ALL BOARD MEMBERS: “Aye.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Anyone oppose? Seeing none. You are welcome and
thank you Deputy Director. Finally, Mr. Gumper had mentioned the new Jamaica
Boulevard Bridge at Holiday City at Berkeley in his comments on one of the
Ordinances and on behalf of the Board I’d like to thank Freeholder Kelly, our
County Engineering, Freeholder Lacey and the cooperation of his Road
Department. Also, Freeholder Vicari, because he received and accepted a lot of the
comments and complaints during construction. It was a great project. It is very
important for the Holiday City community. It was a $1.2 million, I think,
project…. $1.3 and $1 million is State and Federal funding. It is a permanent
improvement and we certainly appreciate the cooperation and the patience of the
residents of the community for their patience during construction and we are very
glad it is completed in time for Memorial Day.”

WILLIAM GUMPER: “Ahead of schedule.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “That’s right and on budget. So we thank our County
Engineer and Freeholders Kelly and Lacey. With that we will open the public
comment. As we always ask, everyone would you please hold your comments to
approximately five minutes and please give your name and address when you
come to address the Board.”

            At 4:32 P.M., the Director opened the meeting to receive comments
from the public, as follows:

 GARY BLACK, JACKSON TOWNSHIP: “One thing real quick on the bridge,
again, it was on budget, ahead of schedule, which has become the norm here. Most
places brag about that, here we expect it and Bill can tell his feathery friends that
they can honk if they like the bridge.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Better not do it at nighttime because a lot of seniors are
going to be very upset and throw rocks. Only in the daytime.”

GARY BLACK: “Okay. I’m going to go a little bit more serious because it is April
here and every April I do bring this up. It’s a reminder. This is the month where
we kind of remember victims of sexual abuse and we support the survivors of
sexual abuse. Hopefully someday we will see the change in New Jersey on the
State level, where we get more laws that take it seriously. I used to be able to point
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out on the New Jersey Sex Offender Registry, used to have the date of conviction
to the date of release. Well, they solved that problem; they took that out. You have
the date of filing now, so you can’t see that these offenders get sometimes one
year, two years, sometimes even probation. You see in the paper all the time, you
have these predators who try to pick up children on line. The father of someone I
know, the birth father I should say, he got hit with that and they really threw a
pamphlet at him in Florida in that case, six months in County jail and that’s
average. A lot of times you get probation and you get these cases thrown out. You
keep hearing of women who get attacked, that they should come forward and save
other lives. Well, the fact is, when they come forward that doesn’t happen. These
monsters get “slap on the wrist” sentences. They are ridiculous. Six years is
considered a long time. When you read in the paper of ten, twenty-five, one
hundred years and that, that’s only initial sentencing. Their public defenders are
required by law to apply for a lesser sentence and we see and a lot of times
unfortunately, it is teachers who get “slap on the wrist” sentences for what they’ve
done to their students. That’s used as an example and brings down these
sentences. Right now I have to say that if I knew anybody was sexually assaulted,
I would say don’t bother reporting it. It’s not going to do you any good. You’ll go
through a lot more than the sex offender would. Megan’s Law has turned into a
molester protection bill. You can’t even mention if you see somebody and they’re
a convicted sex offender. It’s illegal. In this State of New Jersey you can’t
discriminate, if you are a landlord and you know a sex offender wants to rent one
of your homes, you can go to jail for longer than they did for denying them a home
because you don’t want them in your community. It’s insane, this State, what we
allow to have happen. Do you know that sex offenders don’t even go to prison in
this State. They go to a place called Avenel and there is another one down in south
Jersey. I really don’t know the name off the top. These are luxury apartments,
luxury accommodations where they have. and get this – family day. Yes, that’s
right. They bring children in to Avenel. There was a sexual assault there a couple
of years back and boy and I shocked. Do you think it might happen? It’s an
outrage. In the State of New Jersey we are one of the few State’s in the country,
we’ll actually allow sex offenders to live with children. As long as the children are
biological and the offender is maxed and if you listen to the sentences, that doesn’t
take much. This is something we’ve got to start taking seriously. Enough is
enough. I bring this up every year. I know this is the… I know there is nothing you
can do about it other than yell at the same elected officials I do everyday, but this
is the highest form of government you can just walk up and talk to. Sometimes yell
at. So, every year I bring this up. Maybe someday somebody will listen and will
take sex offenses seriously. You know, people want to stop abortion. Well, if we…
instead of legalizing abortion for the sake of rape, which I do happen to favor, but,
hey if we eliminate rape, that might eliminate that type of abortion. Maybe I can
get one group of people off their ass and do something about it. It’s time to say
enough is enough and we as men, if anybody, should be standing up and saying no
more. And today, as I do every year, I say no more.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Thank you Mr. Black.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Mr. Director.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Yes, Freeholder Vicari.”
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FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Mr. Black, just to respond. Going back two years ago,
the County has a link on its website, anyone with Megan’s Law, and as you know
as Superintendent, what I’ve done in Berkeley every quarter, I have a link on the
school site so that when you look at the school, one of the four schools, you know
if someone is living in your neighborhood. Going back three weeks ago, I had
someone convicted under Megan’s Law. There was a member… and went to the
P.T.A. meetings and I complained. I said how can you have someone going to the
P.T.A. meetings convicted of Megan’s Law? They said well, are there children in
the building? And the answer is, in the school there are always children in the
building, who are around the building. So, I know what you are saying. I know
what has to happen is that there should be some readjustments of the Megan’s Law
every so many years. It should be looked at, but I don’t think that anyone convicted
under Megan’s Law be allowed to attend the P.T.A. meeting. Something like that
is unbelievable. So I did complain about it, made a formal complaint and I hope
something does happen that, the rational sometimes when you hear some of theses
stories, it’s not unique, it’s not unusual, but more people should voice their opinion
when they see something like that. They should go on the County website or the
State Police website or the school website and look at anyone in their
neighborhood that has been convicted through a court, through a judge or through
the process, of any violation of Megan’s Law.”

GARY BLACK: “Maybe if the children’s parents look at their friends parents, that
might surprise the hell out of them.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Thank you.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Thank you. Anyone else wish to speak? Bill.”

BILL GUMPER, HOLIDAY CITY AT BERKELEY: “I’ve mentioned this before
and I think it’s worth mentioning again. Freeholder Bartlett mentioned that he
would be attending I believe it’s some type of environmental agency, the Pinelands
Committee was it? Well, in relation to that, I don’t know what authority they have
on what was once the portion of Mule Road that used to connect with Route 530,
which is a major, major Thorofare in our County. They have a lot more people
living in the area here of Toms River, Berkeley, Manchester and the other one…
well, I forgot the other township. I’m getting old, I forget things. Anyway, more
people living in this area… is this open? Can you hear me? More people in this
area mean many more automobiles. That was mentioned that people like to buy
cars. More cars mean less roadway per car because cars have been expanded in
numbers. People have expanded in population, but we still don’t have more roads.
I would think it’s worth considering seriously pushing the issue on this. There is no
reason why the road which is…. give me a second. There is no reason why that I
can see, why that road cannot be…. why that gate can’t be unlocked and the road
paved. There are ways to put these large pipes underneath the asphalt where
squirrels and rabbits and snakes can crawl through them and cross the roadway and
not get squashed, but we do need more roads and we have a lot of traffic on Mule
Road. I’m merely suggesting this. I’m not pushing it, but I think it’s worthy of
consideration.
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              Now, I have one more thing. I wrote a program in the year 2008,
which is called, “A plan by which a township can grant each homeowner
additional federal and state income tax deductions and higher homestead rebates.”
Of course, the plan was in the year 2008. Homestead Rebates are now called
Homestead Credits on next year’s real estate tax, given to townships by the State of
New Jersey. Since real estate tax encompasses so many things including the budget
of the police department of every town, the cost of road repairs in every town, the
collection, and this is important, the collection of solid waste and transporting it
and disposing it in landfills and the collection of recyclable bottles and cans. It
encompasses everything. Now, the sewerage assessment and I’ve got the
definition of the word assessment, it’s merely defined as a financial calculation for
a tax. In this case the sewerage tax. Since the collection and disposal of solid
waste is part of the real estate tax, why shouldn’t sewerage fluid be considered the
collection and disposal of liquid waste? Now, I submitted this in early April, in
fact late March really, to the Micromedia Organization, that’s the print shop that
prints the Berkeley Times and the Toms River Times and they printed it in both
issues, in both of the April 4th issues under Letters to the Editor. In Toms River it
became the featured letter. It’s a good plan. Now, it’s never going to happen if I’m
the only one that goes up to my township and speaks about it as I will next
Tuesday once again. If people are lazy and won’t go to their townships and get up
at the public segment and not just tell the Council, tell them very aggressively they
want the sewerage tax worked into part of the real estate tax so they can get a
larger federal and state tax deduction. As everyone undoubtedly knows, real estate
taxes are a direct deduction from income taxes. Sewerage taxes are not because
they are called assessments. Thank you. I will give it to the Clerk of the Board to
copy for you.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “Mr. Gumper, I have an answer for you. In the 1980’s,
from 1983 to maybe 1989, 1991, there was a rigorous fight in Toms River when I
was the Mayor of the town, for one reason, most of the residents are from the
urban areas. If you are in urban areas, there is no such thing as a sewerage bill
because it is part of your tax bill. So we began it….”

BILL GUMPER: “The real estate tax bill.”

FREEHOLDER VICARI: “The real estate tax bill, so when you get your real
estate.. for example. If you live in Newark, Jersey City, any of the urban areas,
even in New York City or wherever you live, it is part of the bill and therefore, we
began the fight. It was in the Legislature. I believe legislation was introduced but it
didn’t get very far. So, I felt it was discriminatory that in certain parts of New
Jersey it is considered as a separate bill because of the separate entity because it is
an Authority and the argument was, what’s the difference if it’s solid waste, with
garbage that is part of your tax bill versus liquid waste, which is part of the
sewerage. So, that argument did take place. It didn’t get very far. I know Toms
River did a lot of arguing back and forth, but maybe they should look at it again
because I think it’s discriminatory that a large part of, most of the States’, most of
the cities, is all part of the local real estate tax bill, whereas in Ocean County, it’s
not part of any local real estate. Now, if a town assumed, and I don’t know, if it is
possible, if the Authority was part of the township, then probably it could be part
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of the local tax bill. Again, I didn’t do any research so I don’t know. I know there
was a lot of discussion taking place in the 1980’s about that same problem.”

BILL GUMPER: “Could I just respond briefly? I don’t want to take anymore
time.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Your time is up. Freeholder Kelly would like to briefly
comment on the Mule Road Extension and the Board has long… for the last couple
of decades actually worked on this. Freeholder Kelly.”

FREEHOLDER KELLY: “The Freeholder Director just talked about it. You talked
about the Mule Road Extension. This County has spent considerable time and
monies going after that and tried to get the CAFRA permits and the other
environmental permits necessary even designing an elevated roadway, as you say,
to allow the snakes and small animals to get across that facility and overall, we did
get some relief and they allowed us to build a road for emergency access only, but
not to allow it to open for the public. The reasoning that they gave was that that
would allow for more development and they did not want more development in
that area. We tried to work on it, I’m telling you, literally for years and spent
considerable sums of Ocean County taxpayers money in bringing forth proposals
that we thought were legitimate and would look at all the concerns that they had
environmentally. We were denied that for a public roadway. We did get it for an
emergency evacuation route. Okay.”

BILL GUMPER: “Thank you.”

DIRECTOR LITTLE: “Thank you Freeholder. Would anyone else like to
comment?”

              There being no additional comments received, Freeholder Director
Little called for a motion to adjourn the meeting at 4:48 P.M.

ROLL CALL:         (Offered by Freeholder Kelly, seconded by Freeholder Bartlett)
    Ayes:          Mr. Kelly, Mr. Lacey, Mr. Vicari, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Little
    Nays:          None

                                       Respectfully submitted,




                                       __________________
                                       Betty Vasil
                                       Clerk of the Board
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