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					                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                             CAPE MAY COUNTY
                        MINUTES FOR DECEMBER 12, 2005

REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE – 7:30 P.M.

CALL TO ORDER

SUNSHINE ANNOUNCEMENT

SALUTE TO THE FLAG

ROLL CALL

       Barbara Camp           Present
       Curtis Corson          Present
       Andrew McCrosson       Present
       John “Jay” Newman      Present
       Richard Palombo        Present

Also present were Municipal Clerk Wanda Gaglione, Finance Officer Patricia Garbutt,
Municipal Attorney Daniel Young and Municipal Engineer Paul Dietrich.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES -               November 28, 2005 Regular Meeting and
                                     Closed Session Minutes
   Motion to approve by Jay Newman, second by Barbara Camp with four Committee
   members present voting in the affirmative and Mr. Corson abstaining.

REPORT OF GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS

Barbara Camp, reported on the installation ceremony of the new Marmora Postmaster,
Stephen Wolicki. She stated there were representatives from Federal, State, County and
Local Government present.
She discussed a meeting she attended with Committeeman Jay Newman and Animal
Control Officer Liam Hughes to discuss complaints that were received. She stated that
she is satisfied that Mr. Hughes handled the matter sufficiently and the matter is resolved.
She discussed the Train Station building maintenance, which was brought up at the last
meeting. She reviewed the contract the Township has with the Historical Society for use
of the building by the society. Access key distribution, building use, building
maintenance and insurance were discussed. It was discussed that procedures will be
implemented for the orderly use of the building.
She discussed a letter from ISO regarding our municipal rating, which affects the rates
charged for homeowners insurance. Mr. Dietrich explained that our rating and that of
every other municipality in New Jersey is based to NJ’s Building Codes as well as the use
of fire hydrants. Areas with fire hydrants have a lower (more desirable) score. When the
Building Code is changed, probably within the next year, then our rating would be
adjusted.

Andrew McCrosson, discussed Senate and Assembly Bills S-2618 and A-4162
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in that the League of Municipalities has been expressing opposition and has requested
that we do the same. The bills essentially require courts and agencies to automatically
require arbitration for unresolved labor disputes. It would decrease the ability of local
agencies to negotiate arbitration grievance procedures and would delay rather than
expedite the resolution of disputes in the Public Sector. This bill would also mean
additional expenses to tax payers. He requested that we also oppose these Bills. Moved
by Andrew McCrosson, second by Barbara Camp to oppose S-2618 and A-4162. During
roll call vote all five Committee members voted in the affirmative.

Curtis Corson, Deputy Mayor, reported on the leaf collection program. Three crews
are being utilized which are now working in the Seaville, Marmora and Petersburg areas.

Jay Newman, also attended the swearing-in of the new Marmora Postmaster.
He also relayed a request from Recreation Supervisor Brenda Layton to install streetlights
on Rt. 50 in front of the Community Center. Moved by Jay Newman, second by Curtis
Corson with all five Committee members voting in the affirmative.
He discussed the monthly report from the Rescue Squad. EMS calls were very busy
recently and he asked that everyone be careful.

Richard Palombo, Mayor discussed a recent requirement starting in July, 2006, for NJ
Planning and Zoning Board members that they attend a 5-hour course in order to continue
to serve on the boards. He directed that arrangements be made to provide ample money
in this upcoming budget to provide course tuition. He asked that we look into providing
the courses in Upper Township for the convenience of our members.
He referred to the several letters that were received urging us to support NJ legislation for
CHOICE that allows competition for NJ cable companies. It was discussed that the
legislation is not necessary. Mr. McCrosson reported on a recent CMC League of
Municipalities meeting he attended where representatives from Verizon and Comcast
were present. At the meeting it was discussed that there is no exclusive monopoly for
cable television service in New Jersey at present.

OTHER REPORTS

Daniel Young, Municipal Attorney, discussed the status of our tax revaluation which
completion had been anticipated for the end of this year, (2005). An extension is
necessary. If we are granted an extension, completion of the project must be by February
7th as required by CMC Board of Taxation. Reason for the extension--Taylor Cole Layer
Trumble (CLT), the company doing the reval, experienced major changes in their upper
level management which resulted in the incompletion of necessary work. This included
the notices to taxpayers. The notices were scheduled to be mailed in mid-November,
however they are not expected to be ready to be mailed for another three weeks, which
would then cause individual interviews for taxpayers to take place during January. This
delay places the Township in a difficult position to complete all necessary work by
February 7th. The CMC Board of Taxation has continually been informed of the
problems with the contractor CLT and has indicated they would not grant an extension
past February 7th. Mr. Young explained to the public that we did not chose this company
as was recalled in the debates that took place more than a year ago. When we began our
search for a reval company we were specifically told by the Division of Taxation and the
Department of Community Affairs that we must take the lowest bidder on their list of
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approved assessing companies. Their list consisted of two companies, CLT and Vital, the
only two companies that do this type of work in New Jersey. The CLT bid came in at
$80,000 or $90,000 lower than Vital. We did not have a choice. At this point, we cannot
get a new contractor and still provide the service for this year. There was discussion on
the Township’s recourse contractually and that the bonding is still in place.

Paul Dietrich, Municipal Engineer, requested the change of status (from part-time) to
full time status for two workers in the Department of Public Works. Motion was made by
Curtis Corson, second by Jay Newman to hire Roger Van Order and Joshua Adams as
full time employees to the Department of Public Works. During roll call vote all five
Committee members present voted in the affirmative.
He discussed physical exams for new hires. Mr. Young will review our forms to insure
that a consent form is included in employment applications.

RESOLUTIONS

   1. Honoring Andrew R. Freedman and Jarett Wright on attaining the
      designation of “Eagle Scout”.

                      TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                       CAPE MAY COUNTY
                     R E S O L U T I O N
                   RESOLUTION NO. 222-2005
    RE: HONORING ANDREW R. FREEDMAN AND JARETT WRIGHT ON
         ATTAINING THE DESIGNATION OF "EAGLE SCOUT"
___________________________________________________________

              WHEREAS,       Andrew     R.       Freedman       and   Jarett   Wright,

residents      of    Upper     Township,          have    recently       achieved    the

designation of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America; and

              WHEREAS,        the      Township           of     Upper     wishes     to

acknowledge this outstanding accomplishment; and

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township

Committee of the Township of Upper, in the County of Cape

May and State of New Jersey, as follows:

              RESOLVED THAT this Township Committee extends its

sincere      congratulations           to        Andrew        and    Jarett   on    the

occasion of their receiving the designation of Eagle Scout


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and commends them for their outstanding accomplishment; and

it is

           FURTHER     RESOLVED      that    the    Township        Committee

extends its congratulations and best wishes to Andrew and

Jarett’s    parents,     family     and      friends    on    this        happy

occasion; and it is

           FURTHER RESOLVED that the Township Committee also

extends its congratulations and appreciation to the Scout

Masters and others who give so freely and generously of

their time for the benefit of our youth.

           GIVEN     UNDER    OUR    HANDS    and    the     seal    of     the

Township of Upper this 12th day of December, 2005.

Resolution No. 222-2005
Offered by: Newman, Seconded by: Corson
Adopted: December 12, 2005
Roll Call Vote:
NAME          YES        NO      ABSTAINED                   ABSENT
Camp        ___x____    ________  __________                  __________
Corson      ___x____    ________  __________                  __________
McCrosson   ___x____    ________  __________                  __________
Newman      ___x____    ________  __________                  __________
Palombo     ___x____    ________  __________                  __________


  2. Honoring Stephen J. Wolicki on his appointment as Postmaster of Marmora
     Post Office in Upper Township, Cape May County, New Jersey and offering
     him sincere best wishes for success.

                        TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                        CAPE MAY COUNTY
                          RESOLUTION
                      RESOLUTION NO. 223-2005
                RE: HONORING STEPHEN J. WOLICKI
ON HIS APPOINTMENT AS POSTMASTER OF MARMORA POST OFFICE IN
        UPPER TOWNSHIP, CAPE MAY COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
      AND OFFERING HIM SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS
    ___________________________________________________________

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              WHEREAS, Stephen J. Wolicki, an Upper Township resident, was

appointed Postmaster of Marmora Post Office in Upper Township, Cape May County,

New Jersey on July 9, 2005; and

              WHEREAS, he has a long and distinguished record of service to the

United States Postal Service beginning in March 1979; and

              WHEREAS, he will be installed at a ceremony on December 12, 2005, as

Postmaster of Marmora Post Office; and

              WHEREAS, the Township of Upper wishes to acknowledge him on this

happy occasion.

              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee

of the Township of Upper, in the County of Cape May and State of New Jersey, to extend

to Stephen J. Wolicki, heartfelt congratulations and praise and offer him sincere best

wishes for success.

              GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS and the seal of the Township of Upper

this 12th day of December, 2005.

Resolution No. 223-2005
Offered by: Camp         Seconded by: McCrosson
Adopted:       December 12, 2005
Roll Call Vote:
NAME                  YES          NO         ABSTAINED           ABSENT
Camp                 __X______ _______         _______           _______
Corson                __X______ _______        _______           _______
McCrosson             __X______ _______        _______           _______
Newman                __X______ _______        _______           _______
Palombo               __X______ _______        _______           _______


   3. Setting the date and time of the 2006 Reorganization Meeting of the
      Township of Upper.

                              TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                               CAPE MAY COUNTY
                                 RESOLUTION
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                       RESOLUTION NO. 224-2005
   RE: SETTING THE DATE AND TIME OF THE 2006 REORGANIZATION
                MEETING OF THE TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
      __________________________________________________________

             BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee of the Township of

      Upper in the County of Cape May and State of New Jersey as follows:

             1.     The annual Reorganization Meeting of the Township Committee
                    shall be held on Friday, January 6, 2006, commencing at 6:00 P.M.
                    at the Upper Township Municipal Building, County Route 631,
                    Petersburg, New Jersey

             2.     Notification of this meeting shall be given in accordance with the
                    requirements of the Open Public Meetings Act of the State of New
                    Jersey.

      Resolution No. 224 -2005
      Offered by: Camp                Seconded by: Newman
      Adopted: December 12, 2005
      NAME                YES         NO    ABSTAINED          ABSENT
      Camp                _X___       ___    ___________       _______
      Corson              _X___       ___    ___________       _______
      McCrosson           _X___       ___    ___________       _______
              Newman            _X___       ___    ___________
             _______
      Palombo             _X___       ___    ___________       _______


   4. Adopting additional Upper Township Personnel Policies to implement the
      Upper Township Safety Award.

                     TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                      CAPE MAY COUNTY
                       RESOLUTION
                   RESOLUTION NO. 225 -2005
 RE: ADOPTING ADDITIONAL UPPER TOWNSHIP PERSONNEL POLICIES
       TO IMPLEMENT THE UPPER TOWNSHIP SAFETY AWARD
_____________________________________________________________

             WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary to supplement the current Township

Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual and incorporate such supplements into the

Township Employee Handbook; and




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                  WHEREAS, the Township Committee of the Township of Upper has

reviewed and approved new policies for the eligibility criteria for the Safety Award as set

forth on the attached Exhibit A hereto and wishes to adopt same; and

                  NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee

of the Township of Upper, in the County of Cape May and State of New Jersey, as

follows:

                  1. The allegations of the preamble are incorporated herein by this

reference.

                  2. The policies for the eligibility criteria for the Safety Award attached

hereto as Exhibit A are hereby formally adopted as policies of the Township of Upper.

                  3. The aforesaid policies set forth in Exhibit A hereto shall be

incorporated into the Township Employee Handbook.

                  4. To the extent existing policies or provisions in the Employee Handbook

conflict with the attached Exhibit A, the terms and provisions of the attached Exhibit A

shall supercede and control.

                  5. All Township officials and officers are hereby authorized and

empowered to take all action deemed necessary or advisable to carry into effect the

intent and purpose of this Resolution.


Resolution No. 225 -2005
Offered by: McCrosson      Seconded by: Palombo
Adopted: December 12, 2005

Roll Call Vote:
NAME              YES     NO    ABSTAINED      ABSENT
Camp                X              ____                 ____
Corson              X              ____         ____
McCrosson         __X__   ___      ____         ____
Newman            __X__   ___      ____         ____
Palombo           __X__   ___      ____                 ____




     5. Redemption of Township owned lots.

                                  TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                                  CAPE MAY COUNTY
                                   RESOLUTION

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                            Resolution No.226-2005
          REDEMPTION OF TOWNSHIP OWNED LOTS
       ________________________________________________________

               WHEREAS, a third party lien #199044 was sold on

Block 632 Lots 1, 2, 3, 37-40 on November 29, 1990,and


               WHEREAS, it has recently been proven the Township

owns Lots 1, 2, 3, 39 and 40 in Block 632 as per in Rem

Foreclosure Final judgment dated September 30, 1969,

               THEREFORE, it is necessary to redeem the Township

Owned lots from the tax sale certificate issued to Lynette

Land and assigned to Jeffrey Jerman.

               NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the

Township Committee of the Township of Upper, Cape May County,

that the redemption is hereby authorized and the Treasurer

is hereby directed to issue a check in the Amount of

$10,827.90 in the name of Upper Township Tax Collector. I in turn

will issue a check to the Lienholder, Jeffrey Jerman through the

Tax Collector’s Redemption account.

Resolution No. 226-2005
Offered by: McCrosson, Seconded by: Palombo
Adopted: December 12, 2005
Roll Call Vote:
NAME                   YES     NO          ABSTAINED                ABSENT
CAMP                   ___x__  _____       _____                    _____
CORSON                 ___x__  _____       _____                    _____
McCROSSON              ___x__  _____       _____                    _____
NEWMAN                 ___x__  _____       _____                    _____
PALOMBO                ___x__  _____       _____                    _____


   6. Cancel taxes on Township owned lots.


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                           TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                            CAPE MAY COUNTY
                             RESOLUTION
                           Resolution No. 213A-2005
                 CANCEL TAXES TOWNSHIP OWNED LOTS
       _______________________________________________________

                WHEREAS, Resolution #213 cancelled the Township

Taxes for 2004 and 2005 on Township owned property but did not

cancel the Townships portion for 2003 on Block 632 Lot 1,2,3,

37 – 40, and;

          WHEREAS, it has come to our attention the Township

Owns lots 1,2,3, 39 and 40 as per in Rem Foreclosure Final

Judgment dated September 30, 1969,


                NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the

Township Committee of the Township of Upper, Cape May County,

that corrections to the Tax records are hereby authorized and

the Tax Collector is hereby directed to correct said records

or take such action as indicated:

       CANCEL the townships portion of taxes for
      2003 in the amount of $283.08

Resolution No. 213A-2005
Offered by: McCrosson, Seconded by: Corson     Adopted: December 12, 2005
Roll Call Vote:
NAME             YES       NO         ABSTAINED   ABSENT
CAMP             __x___    _____      _____       _____
CORSON           __x___    _____      _____       _____
McCROSSON        __x___    _____      _____       _____
NEWMAN           __x___    _____      _____       _____
PALOMBO          __x___    _____      _____       _____


   7. Budget Transfers.

                                    TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
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                             CAPE MAY COUNTY
                                RESOLUTION
                            RESOLUTION NO. 228-2005
                           RE: BUDGET TRANSFERS

      WHEREAS, budgetary transfers between line items can be made after November
1, and:
      WHEREAS, it is necessary to make transfers between certain line items of the
Municipal Budget of the Township of Upper:
      NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Township Committee of the
Township of Upper as follows:
      1. The following transfers between line items in the Municipal Budget of the
         Township of Upper shall be made immediately.

                  TO                                 FROM
FINANCE O/E                                   LIQUIDATION TTL’S
    $    500.00                                       $ 25,000.00
ZONING/CODE S/W                               RECYCLING S/W
    $    600.00                                        $ 6 ,000.00
GROUP INSURANCE EMPLOYEES                     RECREATION S/W
    $ 70,344.26                                         $ 25,000.00
COMMUNITY CENTER O/E                          GARBAGE & TRASH S/W
   $ 1,500.00                                           $ 7,000.00
SECURITY SYSTEM O/E                           BUILDINGS & GROUNDS S/W
   $ 1,000.00                                            $ 4,000.00
MAYOR & COMMITTEE O/E                         COMMUNITY CENTER S/W
   $      300.00                                         $ 1,200.00
STREET LIGHTING O/E                           PERS
   $    8,200.00                                         $    400.40
SUCI                                          MUNICIPAL COURT S/W
    $      250.00                                         $ 5,000.00
ROAD REPAIRS & MAINTNEANCE O/E                MUNICIPAL COURT
    $    8,000.00                                          $ 3,000.00

                                              ZONING/CODE O/E
                                                        $  1,000.00
                                              OTHER INSURANCE PREMINUMS
                                                        $  1,793.86
                                              SHORE PROTECTION O/E
                                                        $ 10,000.00
                                              BEACH PATROL S/W
                                                        $   1,300.00



OFFERED BY: McCrosson,            SECONDED BY: Camp
Adopted: December 12, 2005
ROLL CALL VOTE:
Roll Call Vote:
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NAME           YES            NO          ABSTAINED ABSENT
Camp        _____x_____      __________   __________ __________
Corson      _____x_____      __________   __________ __________
McCrosson   _____x_____      __________   __________ __________
Newman      _____x_____      __________   __________ __________
Palombo     _____x_____      __________   __________ __________


   8. Accepting the bid of and authorizing the execution of a contract with Gallo
      GMC Truck Sales, Inc. of 389 Wheat Road, Vineland, New Jersey, in the
      amount of $78,755.00 for the furnishing and delivery of a 2005 or newer cab,
      chassis and 3-5 CY dump body and for the furnishing and delivery of a 2005
      or newer cab, chassis and 20’6” platform lift body in the amount of
      $67,680.00 for the Upper Township Department of Public Works.

                         TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                          CAPE MAY COUNTY
                           RESOLUTION
                       RESOLUTION NO. 229-2005
           RE: ACCEPTING THE BID OF AND AUTHORIZING THE
EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT WITH GALLO GMC TRUCK SALES, INC. OF
    389 WHEAT ROAD, VINELAND, NEW JERSEY, IN THE AMOUNT OF
  $78,755.00 FOR THE FURNISHING AND DELIVERY OF A 2005 OR NEWER
                CAB, CHASSIS AND 3-5 CY DUMP BODY AND
    FOR THE FURNISHING AND DELIVERY OF A 2005 OR NEWER CAB,
CHASSIS AND 20’6” PLATFORM LIFT BODY IN THE AMOUNT OF $67,680.00
      FOR THE UPPER TOWNSHIP DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
________________________________________________________________

                WHEREAS, the Township of Upper solicited bids for the furnishing and

delivery of a 2005 or newer Cab, Chassis and 3-5 CY Dump Body and a 2005 or newer

Cab, Chassis and 20’6” Platform Lift Body for the Upper Township Department of

Public Works, which bids were received on November 22, 2005; and

                WHEREAS, the aforesaid bids were thereafter reviewed by the Municipal

Engineer; and

                WHEREAS, the Municipal Engineer has submitted a recommendation to

the Township Committee with respect to the award of said bids; and

                WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of the Township of Upper has

certified the availability of funds attached hereto as “Exhibit A” and “Exhibit B” in a


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sufficient amount to award a contract for $146,435.00, the line item appropriations to

which the contract will be charged is Account Number 5-01-44-900-641-611 and 76 9034

0; and

               WHEREAS, the Township intends to take formal action awarding the bid

to the lowest responsible bidder as hereinafter provided;

               NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee

of the Township of Upper, in the County of Cape May and State of New Jersey, as

follows:

               1.    The allegations of the preamble are incorporated herein by this

reference.

               2. The Township hereby accepts the bid submitted by Gallo GMC Truck

Sales, Inc. of Vineland, New Jersey, for the furnishing and delivery of a 2005 or newer

Cab, Chassis and 3-5 CY Dump Body for a cost of $79,905.00, less the trade-in of a 1987

GMC Cab, Chassis & 3 CY Dump Body for a trade-in allowance of $1,150.00 and a

2005 or newer Cab, Chassis and 20’6” Platform Lift Body for a cost of $68,680.00, less

the trade-in of a 1988 GMC Cab, Chassis & 15 CY Platform Lift Body for a trade-in

allowance of $1,000.00, resulting in a total cost to the Township of $146,435.00, subject

to the following:

               (A)     The Bidder shall comply with all Bid Documents, including the

                       Notice to Bidders, all of which are hereby incorporated herein by

                       this reference.

               (B)     The Contract to be entered into must comply in all respects with

                       applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.

               3.                  The Mayor and Township Clerk are further authorized

                                   to execute a Contract with the successful bidder and/or
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                                 the Chief Financial Officer is hereby authorized,

                                 directed and empowered to issue a Purchase Order to

                                 the successful bidder in the amount authorized in this

                                 Resolution.

Resolution No. 229-2005
Offered by:Corson    Seconded by:Newman
Adopted: December 12, 2005
Roll Call Vote:
NAME            YES      NO         ABSTAINED           ABSENT
Camp         ___x_______ __________ __________         __________
Corson       ___x_______ __________ __________         __________
McCrosson ___x_______ __________ __________            __________
Newman       ___x_______ __________ __________         __________
Palombo      ___x_______ __________ __________         __________


   9. Accepting the bid of and authorizing the execution of a contract with Cherry
      Valley Tractor Sales of 35 Route 70 West, Marlton, New Jersey, in the
      amount of $28,791.44 for the furnishing and delivery of a brush chipper for
      the Upper Township Department of Public Works.

                         TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                          CAPE MAY COUNTY
                           RESOLUTION
                       RESOLUTION NO. 227-2005
          RE: ACCEPTING THE BID OF AND AUTHORIZING THE
EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT WITH CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES
  OF 35 ROUTE 70 WEST, MARLTON, NEW JERSEY, IN THE AMOUNT OF
$28,791.44 FOR THE FURNISHING AND DELIVERY OF A BRUSH CHIPPER
    FOR THE UPPER TOWNSHIP DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
 ________________________________________________________________

                WHEREAS, the Township of Upper solicited bids for the furnishing and

delivery of a brush chipper for the Upper Township Department of Public Works, which

bids were received on November 22, 2005; and

                WHEREAS, the aforesaid bids were thereafter reviewed by the Municipal

Engineer; and

                WHEREAS, the Municipal Engineer has submitted a recommendation to

the Township Committee with respect to the award of said bids; and
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               WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer of the Township of Upper has

certified the availability of funds attached hereto as “Exhibit A” in a sufficient amount to

award a contract for $28,791.44, the line item appropriation to which the contract will be

charged is Account Number 5-01-44-900-641-611; and

               WHEREAS, the Township intends to take formal action awarding the bid

to the lowest responsible bidder as hereinafter provided;

               NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Committee

of the Township of Upper, in the County of Cape May and State of New Jersey, as

follows:

               1.    The allegations of the preamble are incorporated herein by this

reference.

               2. The Township hereby accepts the bid submitted by Cherry Valley

Tractor Sales of Marlton, New Jersey, for the furnishing and delivery of a Brush Chipper,

resulting in a cost to the Township of $28,791.44, subject to the following:

               (A)     The Bidder shall comply with all Bid Documents, including the

                       Notice to Bidders, all of which are hereby incorporated herein by

                       this reference.

               (B)     The Contract to be entered into must comply in all respects with

                       applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.

               3. The Mayor and Township Clerk are further authorized to execute a

Contract with the successful bidder and/or the Chief Financial Officer is hereby

authorized, directed and empowered to issue a Purchase Order to the successful bidder in

the amount authorized in this Resolution.

ORDINANCES



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   10. Public Hearing and Final Adoption of Ordinance No. 015-2005, RE: AN
      ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SALARIES FOR THE TOWNSHIP
      OF UPPER FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2006.
   There were no speakers when the hearing was opened to the public. Motion by
   Andrew McCrosson, second by Barbara Camp to adopt ordinance. During roll call
   vote all five Committee members present voted in the affirmative.

                        TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                         CAPE MAY COUNTY
                           ORDINANCE
                       ORDINANCE NO. 015-2005
     AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SALARIES FOR THE TOWNSHIP
              OF UPPER FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2006.
           ________________________________________________

       BE IT ORDAINED by the Township Committee of the Township of Upper,
in the County of Cape May and State of New Jersey, as follows:

      SECTION 1:      TITLE:     This Ordinance shall be known as the Salary
Ordinance of 2006.

        SECTION 2: SALARIES: Salaries for the various officials and employees
of the Township of Upper for the calendar year 2006 shall be as follows:

POSITION                                 MINIMUM              MAXIMUM - 2006

(P/T denotes "Part-Time Position")

   A. ADMINISTRATIVE: REVENUE AND FINANCE:
      Mayor                         3,750.00             $ 5,000.00
      Township Committeeman          7,000.00               11,250.00
      Township Solicitor            25,000.00               28,500.00
      Tax Assessor (P/T)             7,500.00              26,000.00
      Assessing Clerk                6,500.00              39,990.00
      Tax Collector                 15,000.00              56,112.00
      Deputy Tax Collector           No min.                  550.00
      Tax Clerk (P/T)                   12.00 hr.               15.75
      Hr.Clerk Typist (Tax Clerk)   15,000.00               33,650.00
      Clerk-Typist (Tax Office)     15,000.00               31,650.00
      Township Clerk                15,000.00               50,100.00
      Deputy Township Clerk (P/T)      525.00                  550.00
      Sr. Clerk-Typist               15,000.00               34,750.00
      Clerk Typist (Clerk’s Office)   15,000.00              31,950.00
      Clerk-Typist (P/T)                  5.75 hr.                11.25hr
      Clerk-Typist (MAC)                                      4,450.00
                Municipal Engineer                 50,000.00
      77,550.00
      Chief Financial Officer (P/T)      1,000.00             4,000.00


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Treasurer/Purchasing Agent                  15,000.00        59,420.00
Asst. Purchasing Agent                      15,000.00        36,000.00
Deputy Treasurer (P/T)                       No Min.             550.00
Reg. Vital Statistics (P/T)                  No Min.          1,850.00
Deputy Reg. Vital Statistics (P/T)           No Min.             550.00
Public Information Officer                   No Min.          9,500.00
Data Information Coordinator                 No Min.          2,500.00
Claims Coordinator                           No Min.          3,500.00
Mun. Improve. Search Officer (P/T)           No Min.          1,850.00
Tax Search Officer (P/T)                     No Min.          1,850.00
Director of Public Asst. (P/T)                500.00          1,000.00
Personnel Officer (P/T)                     No Min.           3,000.00
Deputy Tax Assessor                         No Min.             550.00
Computer Director                           None             $1,500.00
Safety Coordinator                          No Min.          $3,500.00
Ass’t Safety Coordinator                    No Min.          $1,500.00

B. MUNICIPAL COURT:
Judge, Municipal Court (P/T)                15,000.00           26,500.00
Municipal Court Administrator               15,000.00           50,100.00
Deputy Court Administrator                  15,000.00           42,050.00
Prosecutor (P/T)                            No Min.             24,500.00
Bailiff (P/T)                               No Min.     $150.00per session
Public Defender (P/T)                       No Min.             13,600.00

          C. CODE ENFORCEMENT: ZONING ENFORCEMENT:


Construction Official                15,000.00                57,968.00
Building Sub-Code Of.(P/T)             2,500.00                6,769.00
Electrical Sub-Code Off.(P/T)           9,500.00
       25,270.00
Electrical Inspector(P/T)              9,500.00               25,270.00
FireSub-CodeOff.(P/T)                 22,500.00                4,900.00
ZoningOfficer(P/T)                    2,500.00                 7,500.00
Deputy Zoning Officer                None                        550.00
Housing Off./Code Enforce (P/T)       2,500.00                 7,500.00
Fire Prevention Official (P/T)        1,000.00                 2,279.00
Administrative Clerk (Construction Off)12,000.00              35,850.00
Plumbing Sub-Code Off. (P/T)         No Min.                   6,950.00
Plumbing Inspector (P/T)             No Min.                   6,524.00
Fire Protection Insp. (P/T)          No Min.                    2,279.00


           D. PUBLIC SAFETY: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Mun. Dir. Emerg. Management (P/T) No Min.                        9,400.00
Coord. 911 Emerg. Response, RTK   No Min.                        1,000.00
Deputy Right to Know              No Min.                        1,500.00
Deputy Dir. Emerg. Manage (P/T)   No Min.                        2,845.00
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2nd Asst. Emerg. Manage. (P/T)       No Min. 900.00
3rd Asst. Emerg. Manage. (P/T)       No Min. 900.00
Lifeguard, 1st yr. Seasonal                                    9.75 Hr.
Lifeguard, 2nd yr. Seasonal                                   10.25 Hr.
Lifeguard, 3rd yr. to 4th yr.                                10.95 Hr.
Lifeguard, 5th yr. and higher                                 11.25 Hr.
Lifeguard E.M.T.                                         $4.00 per day
Captain Lifeguard Seasonal                                   19.75 Hr.
Lieutenant Lifeguard Seasonal                                14.75 Hr.
Senior Lifeguard                                             12.75 Hr.
Emergency Medical Technician-4th year 12,500.00             37,700.00
Emergency Medical Technician-3rd year 12,500.00              36,500.00
Emergency Medical Technician-2nd year 12,500.00              31,500.00
Emergency Medical Technician (P/T)     No Min.         11.75 Hr. 1st yr
Medical Technician(P/T)                 No Min.       12.00 Hr. 2nd yr
School Crossing Guard (P/T)                                   11.50 Hr.
Chief Emergency Medical Technician                            54,148.00
Sr. Emergency Medical Technician                             47,729.00


E. PUBLIC WORKS-- RECREATION:

Superintendent of Public Works         5,000.00            10,000.00
Supervisor of Roads                 12,500.00             59,300.00
Asst. Supervisor of Roads            12,500.00            54,148.00
Senior Mechanic                      12,500.00             44,762.00
Mechanic                             12,500.00              42,600.00
Mechanics Helper                     12,500.00              40,750.00
Equipment Operator                   12,500.00              41,750.00
Truck Driver                         12,500.00              40,678.00
Supervising Carpenter                 20,000.00             44,762.00
Sr. Carpenter                        20,000.00              43,028.00
Carpenter                            12,500.00              41,750.00
Laborer                               12,500.00             39,628.00
Sanitation Inspector                12,500.00               39,628.00
Laborer (P/T)                          5.00 Hr.             10.00 Hr.
Recycling Coordinator (P/T)          No Min.                  5,698.00
Recreation Program Coord. (P/T)        5.00 Hr.              10.25 Hr.
Maintenance Repairer                   10,500.00             41,750.00
Recycling Laborer                      5.00 Hr.               17.50 Hr.
Sr. Recreation Maint. Worker         11,500.00               41,750.00
Supervisor Recreation Maint.         20,000.00               57,350.00
Asst. Supervisor Rec. Maint.           12,500.00             51,800.00
Recreation Maint. Worker               10,500.00             40,678.00
Recreation Attendant/Laborer             9,500.00           39,628.00
BoatRampAttendant                                              10.75 Hr.




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Recreation SecretaryP/T)                                                 2,200.00
Building Maintenance Worker                   22,000.00                 28,300.00
Beach Inspector                                                          4,000.00
Supervisor Equipment Operator                 12,500.00                 46,350.00
Groundskeeper                                                           41,750.00

F. BOARD OF HEALTH: ZONING BOARD: PLANNING BOARD:

Secretary Planning Board (P/T)                                         18,375.00
Per Meeting 100.00
Secretary Board of Adjustment(P/T)                                     18,375.00
Per Meeting                                                               100.00
Attorney for the Board - Maximum Salary (Not to exceed)                18,000.00
Secretary Board of Health (P/T) 550.00

G. MILEAGE:                                       The standard rate per mile in
accordance with I.R.S. regulations


SECTION 3: LONGEVITY: In addition to the compensation and benefits
  otherwise payable, certain employees shall be paid an additional sum based on
  longevity. Any payment based on longevity shall be in accordance with the
  following schedule:

              YEARS OF SERVICE                            AMOUNT OF INCREASE
                                                          BASED ON LONGEVITY

              After 5 years                                                  2%
              After 10 years                                                 4%
              After 15 years                                                 6%
              After 20 years                                                 8%
              After 25 years                                                 10%

       SECTION 3A: RESTRICTIONS ON LONGEVITY PAYMENTS:
Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 3 hereof, a longevity payment or longevity
bonus to any single official, officer or employee of the Township of Upper shall not
exceed the sum of Three Thousand ($3,000.00) Dollars. If, as of January 1, 1997,
any such official, officer or employee of the Township of Upper was entitled to a
longevity payment in excess of Three Thousand ($3,000.00) Dollars, then such
individual shall be entitled to receive the amount to which he or she would have
been entitled as of January 1, 1997 and each such official, officer or employee shall
thereafter, in all subsequent years, receive a longevity payment or bonus in the
amount paid as of January 1, 1997. In no event shall the amount of longevity
payments exceed the sum of Three Thousand ($3,000.00) Dollars, except for those
individuals who are entitled to receive in excess of Three Thousand ($3,000.00)
Dollars as of January 1, 1997 and all such individuals shall in 2001 and all
succeeding years be restricted to a payment which does not exceed that which was
payable on January 1, 1997.


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      SECTION 3B:          LONGEVITY PAY ABOLISHED FOR CERTAIN
EMPLOYEES: Any official, officer or employee who was employed by the
Township of Upper on or after January 1, 1996 shall not be entitled to any longevity
payment. Longevity pay is abolished for any and all officials, officers and
employees hired on or subsequent to that date.

        SECTION 4: RESOLUTION AS TO SALARIES: The salaries set forth in
this Ordinance are the Maximum salaries to be paid for the various positions during
2005 and for such period or periods as this Ordinance shall remain in effect. Such
maximum salaries shall be paid for each of the positions indicated unless the
Township Committee, by Resolution shall fix a lesser salary, in which event such
lesser amount shall be paid.

        SECTION 5: EFFECTIVE DATE OF PAYMENT: All salaries authorized
by this Ordinance shall be paid commencing as follows:

       (A)    As of January 1, 2006 for all officials, officers and employees of the
              Township who were employed or appointed as of December 31, 2005.
              For those officials, officers and employees appointed at the
              Reorganization Meeting of the Township Committee, such persons
              shall be deemed appointed and employed by the Township as of
              January 1, 2006. This provision shall not apply to members of a
              Collective Bargaining Unit.

       (B)    The payment of any salary increment and longevity payment for
              members of a Collective Bargaining Unit shall be made in accordance
              with the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement currently
              in effect, any other provisions herein to the contrary notwithstanding.

       (C)    Upon the effective date of appointment for all officers and employees
              appointed subsequent to January 1, 2006.

       (D)    Any salary increases provided for in this Ordinance shall not apply to
              any official, officer or employee of the Township who has resigned or
              otherwise terminated his or her employment with the Township of
              Upper prior to the effective date of this Ordinance.

       SECTION 6: REPEALER: All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances
inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such inconsistency.

       SECTION 7: SEVERABILITY: If any section, subsection, paragraph,
sentence or other part of this Ordinance is adjudged unconstitutional or invalid,
such judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate the remainder of this
Ordinance, but shall be confined in its effects to the section, subsection, paragraph,
sentence or other part of this Ordinance directly involved in the controversy in
which said judgment shall have been rendered and all other provisions of this
Ordinance shall remain in full force and effect.



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     SECTION 8: EFFECTIVE DATE: This Ordinance shall take effect
immediately upon passage and publication as required by law.

     NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOREGOING ORDINANCE
WAS INTRODUCED FOR FIRST READING ON NOVEMBER 28, 2005 AND
WILL BE TAKEN UP FOR SECOND READING AND FINAL ADOPTION AT A
MEETING OF THE UPPER TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE TO BE HELD ON
DECEMBER 12, 2005 AT 7:30 P.M.
BY ORDER OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE.

                                  WANDA GAGLIONE, RMC
                                  TOWNSHIP CLERK

   11. Public Hearing and Final Adoption of Ordinance No. 016-2005, RE: AN
       ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF UPPER REGARDING THE
       THEFT OF WATER SERVICE.
   There were no speakers when the hearing was opened to the public. Motion by Jay
   Newman, second by Andrew McCrosson to adopt ordinance. During roll call vote all
   five Committee members present voted in the affirmative.

                    TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
                     CAPE MAY COUNTY
                      ORDINANCE
                  ORDINANCE NO. 016-2005
      RE: AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
        REGARDING THE THEFT OF WATER SERVICE
___________________________________________________
_____________________

              WHEREAS, the Township of Upper has received a request from

New Jersey American Water to adopt an ordinance regarding the use of fire

hydrants.

              WHEREAS, fire hydrants are to be used for fire fighting purposes

only.

              WHEREAS, the misuse of fire hydrants compromises the quality of

our water, our water pressure and poses a risk to the health and safety of our

residents.

              WHEREAS, it is necessary to establish an ordinance regarding the

use of fire hydrants.


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              NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Township

Committee in the Township of Upper, County of Cape May and State of new

Jersey as follows:

              SECTION 1: Chapter 14 of the Revised General Ordinances of the

Township of Upper, also known as the Code of Upper Township, shall be

amended and supplemented as hereinafter provided:

              14-1.1 THEFT OF WATER SERVICE.

                     a.   Prohibited. No person shall take water from any

                          hydrant within the municipal boundary unless that

                          person has written permission from the water

                          purveyor and the flow of water from the hydrant is

                          metered. Any person taking water from a hydrant in

                          violation of this section shall be made subject to a

                          penalty not to exceed $1,500.00 per violation per day.

                     b.   Prohibited. No person shall take water from any

                          service connection unless that person is the customer

                          of record for that service connection, or has express

                          permission from the customer of record. No person

                          shall use water from any service connection except on

                          the property served by the service connection. Any

                          person in violation of this section shall be made

                          subject to a penalty not to exceed $1,500.00 per

                          violation per day.




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             SECTION 2: REPEALER: All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances

inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such inconsistency

only.

             SECTION 3: SEVERABILITY: If any section, paragraph,

subdivision, subsection, clause or provision of this Ordinance shall be adjudged

invalid, such adjudication shall apply only to the section, paragraph, subdivision,

subsection, clause or provision declared invalid and the remainder of this

Ordinance shall remain in full force and effect and shall be enforceable.

             SECTION 4: EFFECTIVE DATE: This Ordinance shall take

effect immediately upon final adoption and publication as required by law.

             SECTION 5: CODIFICATION: This Ordinance shall be codified

in Chapter 14 of the Upper Township Code commencing at 14-1.1.

           NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOREGOING
ORDINANCE WAS INTRODUCED FOR FIRST READING AT A MEETING OF
THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF UPPER HELD ON
THE 14th OF NOVEMBER, 2005 AND WILL BE TAKEN UP FOR
CONSIDERATION AS TO FINAL ADOPTION AT A PUBLIC HEARING OF THE
TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF UPPER TO BE HELD ON
THE 12th DAY OF DECEMBER, 2005 AT 7:30 P.M. AT THE TOWNSHIP HALL,
TUCKAHOE, NEW JERSEY.
BY ORDER OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF

UPPER.

                                   WANDA GAGLIONE, TOWNSHIP CLERK
                                   TOWNSHIP OF UPPER

   12. Introduction and First Reading of Ordinance No. 017-2005, RE: AN
       ORDINANCE CREATING ADDITIONAL JOB CLASSIFICATIONS AND
        TITLES AND AMENDING CHAPTER V, ENTITLED PERSONNEL ,
        OF THE CODE OF UPPER TOWNSHIP.
   Motion by Andrew McCrosson, second by Richard Palombo to introduce Ordinance
   No. 017-2005 with Public Hearing on 12/27/2005 at 4:00 P.M. During roll call vote
   all five Committee members present voted in the affirmative.




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CORRESPONDENCE

   13. N.J. Dept. of Environmental Protection, Award of Grant in the amount of
       $27,780.00, for Hazardous Discharge Site Remediation Fund for site at Block
       339, Lots 108, 17-23, Est. of Migliaccio. The confirmation was signed by the
       Mayor and will be returned to the DEP. A resolution accepting the grant will be
       adopted at a meeting next month.

   14. Upper Township School District, request for Township assistance with the
       acquisition of Block 661, Lot 38. The request was for the assistance of the
       Municipal Engineer in completing paperwork. Motion by Richard Palombo,
       second by Barbara Camp to authorize Mr. Dietrich to assist the School District.
       During roll call vote all five Committee members voted in the affirmative.

NEW BUSINESS

  15. Church of the Resurrection, request to hold calendar raffle on 3/31/06, 5/1/06
      and 6/1/06. Moved by Jay Newman, second by Andrew McCrosson to approve
      request. During roll call vote all five Committee members present voted in the
      affirmative.

   16. Ocean City Crew Boosters, Inc., request to hold calendar raffle on April 7,
       2006 to May 26, 2006. Moved by Andrew McCrosson, second by Barbara Camp
       to approve request. During roll call vote all five Committee members present
       voted in the affirmative.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

DISCUSSION

PAYMENT OF BILLS:

        “I hereby move that all claims submitted for payment at this meeting be
approved and then incorporated in full in the minutes of this meeting.”
Moved by Jay Newman, second by Andrew McCrosson to approve bills. During roll
call vote all five Committee members voted in the affirmative.
Bills approved for payment: $118,730.37
Payroll:                      $144,920.55

REPORT OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS:

   15. Construction Code
   18. Clerk’s Office
   19. Municipal Court
   20. Finance Office
   21. Tax Office-Affidavit of Tax Collector as to the Tax Sale-Moved by Andrew
        McCrosson, second by Richard Palombo to accept the Tax Sale Affidavit.


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         Motion carried with all five Committee members present voting in the
         affirmative.

PUBLIC COMMENT

   Elizabeth Bergus, Strathmere, discussed damage to Rt. 619 in Strathmere. The
   damage has been caused by erosion due to storms and high tides and could become
   impassible during a storm. She discussed the danger this would cause to the several
   elderly citizens living year around in Strathmere that need regular medical care. The
   NJDOT has not yet granted a permit to allow the County to make the repairs. Motion
   was made by Andrew McCrosson, second by Jay Newman to send a letter
   immediately and then to adopt a resolution at the next meeting, to the Governor,
   Commissioner of Transportation and other legislators urging them to issue the
   NJDOT permit immediately.

   Moved by Jay Newman, second by Curtis Corson to close the regular portion of the
   meeting and go into executive session. Motion approved with all five Committee
   members present voting in the affirmative.

CLOSED SESSION

   21. Resolution to conduct a closed meeting pursuant to N.J.S.A. 10:4-12, from
      which the public shall be excluded.

Motion by Jay Newman, second by Curtis Corson to close the executive session and go
back into the open session portion of the meeting. During roll call vote all five
Committee members voted in the affirmative.

RECONVENE PUBLIC PORTION OF MEETING

Motion by Richard Palombo, second by Andrew McCrosson to appoint Shelly Lea to title
of Zoning Officer at $15, 000 per year. During roll call all five Committee members
present voted in the affirmative.

Motion by Richard Palombo, second by Jay Newman to appoint Janet McCrosson to title
of Clerk-Typist to the Construction Office at a salary of $33,000.00 per year. During roll
call vote all five Committee members present voted in the affirmative.

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business this evening the meeting was adjourned at 9:30 P.M.
Next meeting to be December 27, 2005 at 4:00 P.M.


                                             Minutes prepared by


                                             Wanda Gaglione, RMC
                                             Municipal Clerk
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Bill List
    039997    12/12/05    A0004    A+ COMMERCIAL OFFICE CLEANERS
175.00
  039998     12/12/05    A0006    ADVANCE TREADS INC                1,231.22
  039999     12/12/05    A0012    ACME MARKETS INC.                    59.06
  040000     12/12/05    A0015    ADVANCE LEARNING                    144.00
  040001     12/12/05    A0018    ACTION SUPPLY INC.                  207.06
  040002     12/12/05    A0025    ADVANTAGE RENTAL ACE HARDWARE     1,304.96
  040003     12/12/05    A0034    ALLEN,TRAVOR                         87.00
  040004     12/12/05    A0073    ANTOLINI,JINA                        72.00
  040005     12/12/05    A0079    APPARATUS REPAIR CO.                170.22
  040006     12/12/05    A0087    AT & T                               53.59
  040007     12/12/05    A0091    ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC           17,713.79
  040008     12/12/05    A0094    ARCH WIRELESS                        15.67
  040009     12/12/05    A0095    ATLANTIC CITY COURT REPORTING       411.00
  040010     12/12/05    B0008    BAILEY, CARROLL                   1,512.00
  040011     12/12/05    B0035    BELMONT & CRYSTAL SPRINGS           372.11
  040012     12/12/05    B0047    BOSCH, EDSON                        360.00
  040013     12/12/05    B0048    BAUMGATNER,DANIEL                    72.00
  040014     12/12/05    B0056    BALTZ, JILL                          72.00
  040015     12/12/05    B0148    BLUE FLAME GAS OF N.J.            1,623.45
  040016     12/12/05    B0152    BUCHANAN, KAREN A.                   32.00
  040017     12/12/05    B0179    BURNELL, JULIE                       48.00
  040018     12/12/05    C0030    CAMP, BARBARA                        48.00
  040019     12/12/05    C0031    CAPE ASSIST                         300.00
  040020     12/12/05    C0042    CAMPBELL FREIGHTLINER, LLC          628.90
  040021     12/12/05    C0048    CAPE MAY COUNTY MUA              33,900.11
  040022     12/12/05    C0060    CAPRIONI'S PORTABLE TOILETS         357.00
  040023     12/12/05    C0068    COMCAST                              95.00
  040024     12/12/05    C0071    CAPEHART & SCATCHARD, P.A.        2,787.00
  040025     12/12/05    C0115    CITY OF CAPE MAY                    145.00
  040026     12/12/05    C0124    CMC MUNICIPAL CLERK'S ASSOC.         40.00
  040027     12/12/05    C0138    COASTAL PLUMBING & HEATING INC       93.00
  040028     12/12/05    D0052    DiGIOVANNI,CARLY                     72.00
  040029     12/12/05    F0013    FARM RITE INC.                       77.71
  040030     12/12/05    F0050    FOREMOST PROMOTIONS               1,675.82
  040031     12/12/05    F0054    FORT DEARBORN LIFE INSURANCE        507.27
  040032     12/12/05    F0061    FOX ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY         305.60
  040033     12/12/05    F0069    FRED'S AUTO                         104.95
  040034     12/12/05    G0002    GAGLIONE, WANDA                     119.31
  040035     12/12/05    G0006    GARBUTT,PATRICIA A.                   8.00
  040036     12/12/05    G0028    GENTILINI FORD                      970.04
  040037     12/12/05    G0049    GILL, CHRISTIAN                      96.00
  040038     12/12/05    G0058    GLEESON'S AUDIO VIDEO,L.L.C.        199.98
  040039     12/12/05    G0092    GRUND, BARBARA J.                   799.03
  040040     12/12/05    H0018    HAROLD RUBIN/L & H SUPPLY           353.75
  040041     12/12/05    H0050    HENNESSY, TAYLOR                     72.00
  040042     12/12/05    H0060    HOLZER, JEFFREY                     900.00
  040043     12/12/05    H0062    HOPE, JOHN J.                       104.80
  040044     12/12/05    H0073    HOME DEPOT CRC/GECF               1,324.81
  040045     12/12/05    I0031    IUDICA, JOE                          96.00
  040046     12/12/05    J0006    JDS GENERAL CONTRACTING, INC.     3,850.00
  040047     12/12/05    J0060    JUROS,CHAD                          515.00
  040048     12/12/05    K0014    KEENAN,BRIAN                         68.00
  040049     12/12/05    K0047    KLINE, EDWARD T.                    179.97
  040050     12/12/05    K0048    KLEPAC, THADDEUS                     41.76
  040051     12/12/05    L0009    LAUREL LAWNMOWER SERVICE,INC.       562.00
  040052     12/12/05    L0080    LOWES, INC.                         519.51
  040053     12/12/05    M0021    MASER CONSULTING, P.A.            1,840.00
  040054     12/12/05    M0059    MCDANIELS, WILLIAM J. III           180.54
  040055     12/12/05    M0066    MENDEZ, MICHAEL                      58.00
  040056     12/12/05    M0073    MENDEZ, MATTHEW                     116.00
  040057     12/12/05    M0099    MITCHELL, JOE                       670.00
  040058     12/12/05    M0103    MODERN GAS COMPANY, INC.            368.20
  040059     12/12/05    N0004    NJ-AMERICAN WATER CO.                56.72
  040060     12/12/05    N0052    NATL YOUTH SPORTS COACHED ASSN       60.00
  040061     12/12/05    N0054    NEWMAN, JAY                       1,500.00
  040062     12/12/05    N0079    NIGP - SOUTH JERSEY                  70.00
  040063     12/12/05    O0023    PHILIP J. DuBRUILLE                 900.00
  040064     12/12/05    P0007    PALOMBO,RICHARD A.                  182.00
  040065     12/12/05    P0008    PALMER,NANCY                         60.00
  040066     12/12/05    P0026    PAYNTER, JOSEPH                     147.32


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  040067      12/12/05      P0032    PEDRONI FUEL CO.                     1,309.53
  040068      12/12/05      P0033    PEPPER, JERRY                          500.00
  040069      12/12/05      P0036    PENNELLO,DAVID                         600.00
  040070      12/12/05      P0106    PREVITI, LIANNE                         87.00
  040071      12/12/05      R0004    RADIO SHACK                              4.29
  040072      12/12/05      R0029    RIDDELL/ALL AMERICAN                   815.50
  040073      12/12/05      R0030    RIGGINS, INC.                        4,712.80
  040074      12/12/05      R0055    ROSIAK, CAROL                           16.00
  040075      12/12/05      S0001    SAM'S CLUB                              68.32
  040076      12/12/05      S0026    GENRON/SAWYER FIRE                     794.43
  040077      12/12/05      S0034    SCHULER, DANIEL                         68.00
  040078      12/12/05      S0066    SEETON TURF WAREHOUSE LLC              754.60
  040079      12/12/05      S0079    SHAKEN NOT STIRRED PLAYERS,LLC         500.00
  040080      12/12/05      S0093    SHORE TRUE VALUE HARDWARE            1,800.00
  040081      12/12/05      S0103    SHUTZ, LEIA                             96.00
  040082      12/12/05      S0123    SPEAR, MICHAEL                          40.00
  040083      12/12/05      S0126    SPIEGEL, BARBARA                     1,500.00
  040084      12/12/05      S0133    SOUTH JERSEY AUTO SUPPLY               149.73
  040085      12/12/05      S0135    S.J. GIRLS SOCCER LEAGUE               560.00
  040086      12/12/05      S0141    SJ CECLI BAND                          500.00
  040087      12/12/05      S0154    SOUTH JERSEY OVERHEAD DOOR             245.75
  040088      12/12/05      S0185    STOCKTON STATE COLLEGE               2,983.50
  040089      12/12/05      T0032    THE PRESS & SUNDAY PRESS                92.12
  040090      12/12/05      T0035    THE PAPER OF UT/GAZETTE                829.50
  040091      12/12/05      T0048    TILL PAINT CO/D. FITZGERALD            418.81
  040092      12/12/05      T0067    TOWNSHIP OF UPPER PETTY CASH            44.43
  040093      12/12/05      T0074    TRANSAXLE INC.                         682.10
  040094      12/12/05      T0121    TREEN, JULIE                            87.00
  040095      12/12/05      T0123    TREEN, CARLY                            29.00
  040096      12/12/05      U0002    U.T. BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION          1,440.00
  040097      12/12/05      U0011    UPPER TOWNSHIP BASEBALL              1,108.00
  040098      12/12/05      U0018    URBANO, ANTHONY                        360.00
  040099      12/12/05      U0041    UPPER TOWNSHIP EDUCATION ASSOC         136.46
  040100      12/12/05      V0001    VCI EMERGENCY VEHICLE                  188.00
  040101      12/12/05      V0005    VAN EMBDEN,NATHAN, ATTORNEY            600.00
  040102      12/12/05      V0013    VERIZON WIRELESS                       213.81
  040103      12/12/05      V0022    VERIZON                                106.32
  040104      12/12/05      V0024    VAL-U AUTO PARTS L.L.C.                614.35
  040105      12/12/05      V0026    VITAL COMPUTER RESOURCES, INC.          25.00
  040106      12/12/05      W0016    WARRINGTON,MARILYN                      12.00
  040107      12/12/05      W0020    WEINSTEIN SUPPLY                       622.38
  040108      12/12/05      W0027    WELSHIE'S                              310.50
  040109      12/12/05      W0038    WILLIAMS, JEREMIAH J.                   32.00
  040110      12/12/05      Y0008    YOUNG, DANIEL J. ESQUIRE PC          8,512.74
  040111      12/12/05      Y0012    YOUNG,ROBERT                           282.07
  040112      12/12/05      Y0020    YOUNG, BARBARA L.
16.00
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Total Paid:         $118,730.27
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