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CAUCUS MEETING OCTOBER 2, 2007 6:30 P.M. Members Present: Present were Mayor William Henfey, President of Council Patrick Rosenello, Councilpersons Walter Larcombe, Robert McCullion, Edwin Koehler, Kellyann Tolomeo and Robert Maschio. Councilperson Joseph Duncan was not present. Also present were City Administrator Raymond Townsend and Solicitor William Kaufmann. On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Maschio, that Council now go into closed session. Carried. #207-07 RE: Private Meeting – Litigation The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by Maschio, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted. On a motion by Larcombe, seconded by Koehler, that Council now return to open session. Carried. On a motion by Larcombe, seconded by Koehler, that Council now close the caucus meeting. Carried. 7:03 PM REGULAR MEETING OCTOBER 2, 2007 7:00 P.M. A regular meeting of the North Wildwood City Council was held on the evening of the above date in the City Hall. The President of Council stated that “The meeting is now open. Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided by posting a copy of the notice of the time and place of this meeting on the City Clerk’s bulletin board and by mailing a copy of the same to The Herald, The Press and Wildwood Leader on January 3, 2007.” ROLL CALL: Present were Mayor William Henfey, President of Council Patrick Rosenello, Councilpersons Walter Larcombe, Robert McCullion, Edwin Koehler, Robert Maschio and Kellyann Tolomeo. Councilperson Joseph Duncan was not present. Also present were City Administrator Raymond Townsend, Solicitor William Kaufmann and Engineer Ralph Petrella. MINUTES: On a motion by Koehler, seconded by McCullion, that the minutes of the regular meeting of September 18, 2007 be approved as read. Carried. COMMUNICATIONS: CAPE MAY COUNTY RE: Public Hearing For Farmland Preservation Plan Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2007, 7:30 PM On a motion by Larcombe, seconded by Koehler, that the above communication be received and filed. Carried. WILDWOOD CATHOLIC HS RE: Request Permit For Annual Bonfire Wednesday, Oct 3, 2007, 7 PM On a motion by Larcombe, seconded by Koehler, that the above permit be approved. Carried. REGULAR MEETING OCTOBER 2, 2007 MAYOR’S COMMUNICATIONS: None APPOINTMENTS: Recreation Dept: Leilani Burgess Recreation Aide 10/1/2007 On a motion by Larcombe, seconded by Maschio, the above appointment be confirmed. Carried RESOLUTIONS: #208-07 RE: Waiving Beach Permit Fees For Association Of Surf Angling Clubs/Surf Fishing Tournaments The above resolution was offered by Maschio, seconded by Koehler, the roll being called, all present voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted. #209-07 RE: Refund For Overpayment Of Real Estate Taxes The above resolution was offered by Maschio, seconded by Koehler, the roll being called, all present voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted. RE: Authorizing a Street Opening at Allen and Seaspray Court The above resolution was offered by Maschio, seconded by Koehler, the roll being called, all present voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted. (This will be a regular street opening as this street is not under the moratorium as per Engineer) FINANCE/VOUCHER LIST: On a motion by Larcombe, seconded by McCullion, authorizing payment of all approved vouchers. Carried. As per Resolution #09-07, all bills listed below be paid and warrants drawn by the proper officers for the stated amounts. RALPH JENNER 19359 $76.92 CITY OF NW - SALARY ACCT 19360 $355,337.52 19TH & SURF CONDO ASSOCIATION 19361 $1,020.00 CHIEF ROBERT MATTEUCCI 19362 $269.57 FIRST AMERICAN RE TAX SERVICE 19363 $3,002.00 ALAN FREEDGOOD 19364 $2,362.81 WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE 19365 $3,633.65 WELLS FARGO R/E/ TAX 19366 $2,009.94 AT&T 19367 $50.88 ATLANTIC CTY MUNICIPAL JIF 19368 $166,785.00 AT&T 19369 $34.18 ARCADIA PUBLISHING, INC. 19370 $378.00 AVAYA, INC. 19371 $271.83 ARCH WIRELESS 19372 $8.95 AVAYA FINANCIAL SERVICES 19373 $1,694.23 ALPHA MESSAGE CENTER INC 19374 $15.00 ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION 19375 $50.00 ANGLESEA BARBEQUE 19376 $600.00 BILLOWS ELECTRIC SUPPLY 19377 $598.44 BOARDWALK SID MGMT CORP. 19378 $5,750.00 BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS 19379 $16.63 CRYSTAL SPRINGS 19380 $529.24 BERGEY'S TRUCK CTR 19381 $103.66 COURT HOUSE OFFICE SUPPLIES 19382 $31.02 H B CHRISTMAN & SON 19383 $357.71 CAPE POWER EQUIPMENT, INC 19384 $626.49 C.M.C.M.U.A. 19385 $30,491.57 CASA PAYROLL SERVICES 19386 $376.46 CAPE MAY COUNTY CLERK 19387 $24.00 CAPE LUMBER,FENCE & STONE CO. 19388 $110.82 COMCAST 19389 $490.00 CAROLYN COLLIER 19390 $50.00 COMCAST 19391 $100.25 COLONIAL ELECTRIC SUPPLEY 19392 $75.06 ROSEANNE CHESTNUT 19393 $16.98 LINDA DAVENPORT 19394 $46.28 DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF NJ 19395 $7,613.67 MARTIN DERER 19396 $90.00 DIVISION OF FIRE SAFETY 19397 $90.00 SNIP 19398 $36.00 EDWARD J. DENI 19399 $6.41 DE LAGE LANDEN FINANCIAL SERV 19400 $359.41 DESKTOP PUBLISHING SUPPLIES 19401 $36.90 EXECUTIVE BUSINESS PRODUCTS 19402 $250.09 EDMUNDS & ASSOCIATES 19403 $510.00 EAST COAST FLAG & FLAGPOLE,INC 19404 $386.75 FEDERAL RENT-A-FENCE, INC 19405 $3,410.40 MARGUERITE FUSCIA 19406 $100.00 FRIENDS OF HEREFORD LIGHTHOUSE 19407 $80.50 FARM RITE INC 19408 $87,216.00 GENTILINI FORD, INC. 19409 $612.84 GROVE SUPPLY, INC. 19410 $174.20 GENERAL HIGHWAY PRODUCTS 19411 $1,995.00 GARY GLASS MD 19412 $1,200.00 GOVDEALS 19413 $1,608.09 HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES 19414 $1,385.15 THE HARDWARE STORE 19415 $11.78 LIGHTHOUSE MARKETING LTD 19416 $367.84 HORIZON BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD 19417 $100,539.01 INTERSTATE BATTERIES 19418 $613.60 INST. FOR FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY 19419 $425.00 JOHN'S SHARPENING SERVICE 19420 $52.56 JOSHUA MARCUS GROUP 19421 $125.00 JOYCEMEDIA 19422 $81.25 K.O. SPORTS 19423 $3,000.00 KNOX COMPANY 19424 $1,771.00 LEISURE CRAFT INDUSTRIES, INC. 19425 $1,876.18 MAB PAINTS, INC. 19426 $125.47 MID-ATLANTIC CTR FOR THE ARTS 19427 $1,325.79 MARLBORO FARM MARKET & GARDEN 19428 $1,374.33 MOBILE-VISION, INC. 19429 $127.90 KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS 19430 $39.30 BETTY MUGNIER 19431 $38.51 MOSSBROOKS TIRE & AUTO CENTER 19432 $505.19 M. A. GRAPHICS 19433 $263.50 KEITH MC GEE 19434 $130.70 ROBERT MATTEUCCI 19435 $630.60 MATRIX SECURITY SYSTEM 19436 $150.00 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS CENTER 19437 $73.44 NORTHEAST IND. & MARINE EQUIP. 19438 $817.49 NJLM 19439 $45.00 NATIONAL PEN CORP. 19440 $288.45 NJPSAC 19441 $500.00 NJ STATE POLICE 19442 $145.00 OFFICE DEPOT 19443 $227.63 THE PRESS 19444 $18.00 PARAMOUNT SANITARY CHEMICAL CO 19445 $1,529.07 PIER "47" MARINA 19446 $26.54 PEDRONI FUEL COMPANY 19447 $4,626.55 P & D CONSTRUCTION CO. 19448 $77,127.91 POLAR BEAR MECHANICAL SERVICES 19449 $207.50 RED THE UNIFORM TAILOR, INC. 19450 $269.85 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY 19451 $1,179.00 RESORT GRAPHICS 19452 $378.00 RAWDEN'S OFFICE SERVICE LLC 19453 $8.34 SOUTH JERSEY WELDING 19454 $27.13 STAPLES - (PUBLIC WORKS) 19455 $404.19 SEARS COMMERCIAL ONE 19456 $729.96 SMH - CPR TRAINING CENTER 19457 $80.00 JACOB SCHAAD, JR. 19458 $500.00 MARK SCHAAD 19459 $125.00 SOUTH JERSEY AUTO SUPPLY 19460 $288.93 SOUTH JERSEY GAS CO 19461 $38.66 STAGLIANO & DeWEESE, PA. 19462 $280.00 STAPLES 19463 $406.56 SQUAD FITTERS INC 19464 $209.00 SAGEM MORPHO, INC. 19465 $2,315.25 STEWART BUSINESS SYSTEMS LLC 19466 $477.60 TRIUS OF NEW JERSEY 19467 $93.75 MAUREEN THALL 19468 $252.20 TRADITIONAL FLOOR CO. 19469 $2,065.00 TRI-COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL 19470 $700.00 UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO. 19471 $671.00 UNIVERSAL SOUVENIR COMPANY 19472 $843.41 USA BLUE BOOK 19473 $23.67 VAN NOTE-HARVEY ASSOCIATES 19474 $64,231.97 VERIZON WIRELESS 19475 $453.60 VERIZON 19476 $1,651.43 WESTERN PEST CONTROL 19477 $228.50 WILDWOOD GLASS CO., INC. 19478 $212.20 WASTE MANAGEMENT 19479 $3,230.00 WRITTEN IN STONE 19480 $1,259.00 WINDY ACRES 19481 $618.50 PAT WALL 19482 $253.79 COMMITTEES: COUNCIL: COUNCILMAN MASCHIO stated it was a great time at the Irish Festival and a good job by the Police Chief. Maschio stated he is looking forward to next year. COUNCILWOMAN TOLOMEO agreed and thanked all departments for a good job. COUNCILMAN KOEHLER agreed and echoed Kelly’s sentiments. COUNCILMAN LARCOMBE echoed also and stated the Irish Festival was a great time and hats off to the Chief for last weekend. MAYOR HENFEY noted the Irish Festival was good and thanked the Clerks’ Office, Public Works, Firemen and Police Departments. Mayor stated he received many compliments from the people in the neighborhood. Law Enforcement weekend was good with the show, parade and candlelight service. Also the Recreation Department did a good job this year. Buddy Tarbotton from Recreation announced the tot time class scheduled for Tuesdays and Fridays was well attended this morning. The after school program is still taking registrations at this time. ADMINISTRATOR TOWNSEND gave compliments to all Departments and employees for an uneventful year – great job!! PUBLIC: KAREN ALLEN, 600 Virginia Avenue, asked about the old Schmidt’s gas station and if there was any possibility to block the driveways as she feels drivers are using it as a raceway to get back on to Spruce Avenue. The Wildwood Leader had an amazing letter with wonderful comments from a vacationer from New York. Allen passed a copy around for all to see. REGULAR MEETING OCTOBER 2, 2007 JIM KOCH, 1301 Surf Avenue, wanted to add to the silent prayer Winn Meyers who is very sick. Mr. Koch thought the Irish Festival was very well run but wants to know if we received money for the extra police and clean up. Administrator Townsend stated he can’t give a report at this time on how much we collected but it should cover all additional expenses. Mr. Koch is waiting for the 300 jobs promised by the 22nd Avenue high rise as the streets are very quiet. Koch also questioned the railings for the seawall with Administrator Townsend stating that not until the seawall is finished will it go out to bid. Mr. Koch also questioned the house on 15th Avenue and if anything was done to help the owner. Mayor Henfey stated Mr. Hall spoke to the gentleman. Mr. Koch also asked if the Firemen were trained to handle a building 4 – 6 floors higher than Montego Bay. Fire Chief Evangelista stated from the third floor and above there was no difference in handling a fire. Walt Larcombe added the volunteers come along with the paid crew and they are qualified also. EVERETT McCORKELL, 410 E. 13th Avenue, stated the Firemen’s Parade had to cut down because there was no place to stay. McCorkell questioned the Anglesea Irish Band whereabouts and was told by Council President Rosenello the members were working. McCorkell stated the boards to walk on the beach were not put down until July. HARRY GALE, 307 E. Avenue, stated this was a great year and well handled. One major concern were the yellow lines for no parking. Cars were getting towed all the time because the yellow lines were not on the curb on 23rd Avenue. Gale also stated there was trash all summer all over 25th Avenue. Gale asked what happened to the trashcans that were there when persons are walking off the Boardwalk? KATHY MARTIN, 1910 Central Avenue, stated keeping the beach open and protected was a good idea during Irish weekend and she hopes a lot visited the beach. Martin heard Friday it was packed and was glad this wonderful City had lifeguards. Ms. Martin questioned the resolution for Lee Rohm from the previous meeting asking if Andy Weiner’s lot was going to be appraised as a redevelopment area and why the City is spending money to have it appraised. Ms. Martin also asked for the docket number so she can look up the case herself. BARBARA HUNTER, 500 Kennedy Drive, praised the lifeguards, as she needed rescue when caught in a riptide. Hunter questioned the parking permits given out on 2nd and 3rd Avenues during the Irish Festival and was told they were for residents only. Ms. Hunter questioned the parking meters and why they go until 1:00 AM. Council President Rosenello said the ordinance regarding meters is out of date and will be revised. ADJOURNMENT: On a motion by Larcombe, seconded by McCullion , that there being no further business before Council, we do now adjourn. Carried. 7:54 P.M. APPROVED: _________________________________ William J. Henfey - Mayor ATTEST: _____________________________________ Maureen Thall - Deputy City Clerk This is a generalization of the meeting of October 2, 2007 and not a verbatim transcript.
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