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									TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY MINUTES FOR SEPTEMBER 27, 2004 REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE –4:00 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 Absent Richard Palombo Present Also present were Deputy Municipal Clerk Barbara Spiegel, Finance Officer Patricia Garbutt, Municipal Attorney Daniel Young and Municipal Engineer Paul Dietrich. September 13, 2004 Regular Meeting and Closed Session Minutes The Minutes were approved as written, motion by Andrew McCrosson, second by Barbara Camp with Richard Palombo abstaining and the three remaining Committee members present voting in the affirmative. REPORT OF GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS Barbara Camp, reported that the Township has received a notice from the NJ Department of Environmental Protection stating we will receive $174,797.50 for our 2005 in-lieu-of tax payment for open space. Paul Dietrich noted that over 40% of our land is open space which allowed an increase from $5 to $10 per acre in payment to the Township. Richard Palombo, reminded everyone that the last day to register to vote in the General Election is October 4. Registration will take place at the Marmora Wawa on Sunday, October 3 from 1-6 p.m. or at the Seaville Wawa on Monday, October 4 from 4-8 p.m. You may also register to vote at the Municipal Clerk’s Office. Mr. Palombo encouraged all who have students at college to obtain absentee ballots for them. He congratulated Carol Rosiak for passing the Tax Collection III class recently. On behalf of Jay Newman, he reminded everyone that the Fire Prevention Open House would be held on Wednesday, October 6 from 6-9 p.m. at Seaville Fire Company. 1 APPROVAL OF MINUTES -

Mr. Palombo advised that the Pinelands Municipal Council has asked the Township to appoint a designee. He asked his colleagues to consider whom they may appoint. He also reminded the public that the Historical Society will hold their AppleFest on October 3. OTHER REPORTS Dan Young, Municipal Attorney, reported on a request for a refund on a veteran’s tax exemption for a total disability. This action would require a resolution from the Township Committee. Similar requests have been done in the past, as the Tax Assessor confirmed with the County. The disability date is February 20, 2002. A point was made that the money already paid to the schools, etc. for taxes would not be refunded, that the Township would absorb the refund, if granted. Motion to give a refund back to the date of disability was made by Richard Palombo, second by McCrosson. During roll call vote, all four Committee members present voted in the affirmative. Andrew McCrosson commented that other exemptions are given by the State and he has contacted legislators to suggest municipalities be reimbursed for exemptions such as this. Paul Dietrich, Municipal Engineer, reported that the new tax maps are in the Assessor’s Office to start the revaluation. He has spoken to DOT officials in regards to traffic concerns in the area of Klains Lane and Willetts Road. The Township has requested to make Klains Lane one-way to Willets Road. He feels DOT will concur with the Township. The County Engineer has requested a traffic light at Hope Corson Road and Route 50. The County has sent a letter to DOT. DOT will then start the design work. Mr. Dietrich felt that the earliest that the light would be operational would in Spring 2005. Patricia Garbutt, Finance Officer, reported that she and Barbara Camp met with the fire inspector for the State, Mr. Dumont, to discuss the Railroad Museum. Windows have been installed and now walls and barriers are to be removed or a limited fire suppression system installed. Dan Young added that a vault being used as an office is to either be sealed off or sprinklers added. Anchor Fire Protection has given a quote for the limited fire suppression system. Jay Potter, Safety Coordinator, interjected that this has been an on-going inspection with the State and the fire suppression system is the final step in a list of items. Anchor was recommended because they provide service to the Township at the Municipal Building. Dan Young was instructed to write a letter to Shoreline Railroad asking them to contribute to the cost of the system. PRESENTATION 1. John Olansen, Upper Township representative to the Great Egg Harbor River Council. Mr. Olansen thanked the Township for allowing him to serve on the Council. He gave a brief history of the River Council and presented the Township Committee with a packet of information on the Council. He reported that the Council is a fairly new organization with limited funds, but they try to assist where they can. The Council is currently undertaking a river crossing sign program to connect residents and visitors to the rivers and both Cedar Swamp Creek and the Tuckahoe River are included in the program. He reported that the Council is sponsoring a River Cruise in a covered pontoon on Saturday, 2

October 9 from 12:30-5 p.m., boarding at Higbee Avenue, Somers Point. National Park Service representatives will be attending and our local elected officials are invited. RESOLUTIONS 2. Recognizing the occurrence of the 75th anniversary of the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers and acknowledging Paul E. Dietrich, Sr., P.E., Municipal Engineer, of the Township of Upper during New Jersey Municipal Engineers Week from September 26th to October 2, 2004. TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY RESOLUTION NO. 206–2004 RE: RECOGNIZING THE OCCURRENCE OF THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NEW JERSEY SOCIETY OF MUNICIPAL ENGINEERS AND ACKNOWLEDGING PAUL E. DIETRICH, SR., P.E., MUNICIPAL ENGINEER, OF THE TOWNSHIP OF UPPER DURING NEW JERSEY MUNICIPAL ENGINEERS WEEK FROM SEPT. 26 TO OCTOBER 2, 2004 ___________________________________________________________ WHEREAS, during 2004, the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers is celebrating its 75th Anniversary; and WHEREAS, the Township of Upper is pleased to join the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers in marking and observing its 75th Anniversary and New Jersey Municipal Engineers Week from September 26 to October 2, 2004; and WHEREAS, the New Jersey Society of Municipal

Engineers encourages high professional standards and the improvement of the professional and social status and

welfare of municipal engineers in New Jersey; WHEREAS, it is altogether proper and fitting for the Township of Upper to recognize the 75th Anniversary of the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers and New

Jersey Municipal Engineers Week as significant occasions in this State. 3

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 recognize the occurrence of the 75th Anniversary of the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers Municipal Jersey and acknowledge of the Paul E. Dietrich, of Upper Sr., P.E., New to

Engineer

Township Week

during 26

Municipal

Engineers

from

September

October 2, 2004. GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS and the seal of the

Township of Upper this 27th day of September 2004. Resolution No. 206-2004 Offered by: McCrosson Seconded by: Camp Adopted: September 27, 2004 Roll Call Vote: NAME YES NO ABSTAINED Camp X _ __ Corson X _ __ McCrosson X _ __ Newman _ _ __ Palombo X__ __

ABSENT ______ ______ ______ __X___ ______

3. Authorizing the execution of an amendment to the lease agreement with Shoreline Railroad Historical Society, Inc. TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY R E S O L U T I O N RESOLUTION NO. 207-2004 RE: AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF AN AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT WITH SHORELINE RAILROAD HISTORICAL SOCIETY, INC. ___________________________________________________________ WHEREAS, the Township of Upper and Shoreline Railroad existing Historical Lease Society, dated Inc. are parties 1999 to an

Agreement

January 25,

wherein

Shoreline Railroad Historical Society, Inc. leases from the

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Township Township

the Hall≅

premises located

commonly on Mt.

known

as

the

Αformer Road,

Pleasant-Tuckahoe

Tuckahoe, New Jersey; and WHEREAS, Shoreline Railroad Historical Society,

Inc. wishes to park one trailer at the maintenance yard of the Township of Upper adjacent to the leased premises; and WHEREAS, amend the Lease the Township of with Upper has agreed to

Agreement

Shoreline

Railroad

Historical Society, Inc. to permit, subject to conditions, one trailer to be parked at the maintenance yard of the Township of Upper adjacent to the leased premises. 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 Mayor and the Township Clerk are hereby

authorized, directed and empowered to execute an Amendment to Lease Agreement in accordance with the terms and

provisions of this Resolution. 3. 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. 207-2004

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Offered by: Adopted: September 27, 2004 Roll Call Vote: NAME Camp Corson McCrosson Newman Palombo

Corson

Seconded by:

Camp

YES x x x x

NO

ABSTAINED

ABSENT

x

4. In support of the County of Cape May’s grant application to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for a Statewide Livable Communities Grant in the amount of $185,000.00 to benefit the Cameron Wildlife Sanctuary Enhancement Project. Points of interest prior to roll call vote, Barbara Camp noted that the Cameron Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the Township as the Cape May County Park North. Curtis Corson indicated that the local Rotary Club helped raise funds for improvements to the Park. TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY R E S O L U T I O N RESOLUTION NO. 208-2004 RE: IN SUPPORT OF THE COUNTY OF CAPE MAY’S GRANT APPLICATION TO THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION FOR A STATEWIDE LIVABLE COMMUNITIES GRANT IN THE AMOUNT OF $185,000.00 TO BENEFIT THE CAMERON WILDLIFE SANCTUARY ENHANCEMENT PROJECT ___________________________________________________________ WHEREAS, the County of Cape May recently

introduced the “Cape May County Park System Master Plan”; and WHEREAS, the Master Plan was the culmination of months of planning activities, analyzing the present

conditions and future potential of four county-owned park properties, one being the Cameron Wildlife Sanctuary in

Upper Township; and WHEREAS, the purpose of the study was to

determine the recreational needs the parks serve and the

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types of improvements that would be necessary to enhance the recreational value of the parks; and WHEREAS, the Cameron Wildlife Sanctuary in Upper Township is a 25-acre deed restricted passive recreation area featuring three ponds that was donated to Cape May County in 1991 by the Richard Cameron family; WHEREAS, building, walking currently, trails, there is a small and office a few

educational

signage

gazebos; and WHEREAS, a local Rotary Club has pledged support for trail improvements to the sanctuary; and WHEREAS, the Master Plan recommends enhancements to provide a more educational and pleasant park experience, which include the rehabilitation of the existing office for use as a nature/education center, consistently themed site furniture, educational exhibits and signage, and

development of themed landscape displays. 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 support the County of Cape May’s grant application to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for a Statewide Livable

Communities Grant in the amount of $185,000.00 to benefit the Cameron Wildlife Sanctuary Enhancement Project; and

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BE

IT

FURTHER

RESOLVED

THAT

copies

of

this

Resolution be forwarded to the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the Cape May County Office of

Economic Resources & Capital Planning. Resolution No. 208-2004 Offered by: Camp Seconded by: Adopted: September 27, 2004 Roll Call Vote:
YES x_ x_ x_ __ X _ NO

Corson
ABSTAINED ABSENT ________ ________ ________ ___x____ ________

NAME Camp Corson McCrosson Newman Palombo

5. Authorize the Advertisement to solicit for bids for the purchase of heavy equipment.
TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. 209-2004 RE: AUTHORIZING THE ADVERTISEMENT TO SOLICIT FOR BIDS FOR THE PURCHASE OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT _________________________________________________________________ WHEREAS, the Township of Upper is in need of certain materials, supplies, equipment or services, the cost of which will exceed the bid threshold established for the year 2004; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the provisions of the Local Public Contracts Law, the Township of Upper intends to solicit bids as herein indicated; 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 is hereby authorized and directed to prepare specifications, bid documents and solicit bids for the following: One (1) Back Hoe.

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3. Sealed bids shall be received by the Township of Upper in accordance with the directives contained in the Notice to Bidders. Resolution No. 209-2004 Offered by: Corson Seconded by: McCrosson Adopted: September 27, 2004 Roll Call Vote: NAME YES NO ABSTAINED ABSENT Camp ___x______ __________ __________ __________ Corson ___x______ __________ __________ __________ McCrosson ___x______ __________ __________ __________ Newman __________ __________ __________ __x_______ Palombo ___x______ __________ __________ __________

6. Appointment of Rodier, Ebersberger Architects, LLC to provide architectural services for the roof at the Community Center. Prior to roll call vote, Paul Dietrich added that the same architect that made repairs to the primary school roof has recommended repairs to this roof. There is a 15 year warranty with the repairs.
TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY R E S O L U T I O N RESOLUTION NO. 210-2004 RE: APPOINTMENT OF RODIER EBERSBERGER ARCHITECTS LLC TO PROVIDE ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES FOR THE ROOF AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER WHEREAS, the Township requires an architect to provide services in regard to the roof at the Community Center which include surveying the existing building, providing construction documents for permits and bidding and reviewing construction

progress and submittals; and WHEREAS, a resolution is required authorizing the

award of such contract for professional services; 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.

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2. 946 South Main

Rodier Ebersberger Architects LLC with offices at Street, Williamstown, New Jersey is hereby

appointed Architect for the roof project at the Upper Township Community Center. 3. exceed the The term of this contract is for a period not to of time necessary for completion of the

length

aforesaid project, unless sooner terminated by the Township of Upper, at the option of the Township of Upper. 4. bidding as a This Contract is awarded without in competitive with

Αprofessional

service≅

accordance

N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a) of the New Jersey Local Public Contract Law because Rodier Ebersberger Architects LLC has professional knowledge as to architectural issues which knowledge is

particularly valuable to the Township Committee. NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD The Township Committee of the Township of Upper, State of New Jersey has awarded the contract without competitive bidding as a professional service pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:115(1)(a) to Rodier Ebersberger Architects LLC for architectural services. This contract and the resolution authorizing same

shall be available for public inspection in the office of the municipal clerk of the Township of Upper, State of New Jersey. 5. A certificate from the Chief Financial Officer of

Upper Township showing the availability of adequate funds for this contract and showing the line item appropriation of the official budget to which this contract will be properly charged

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has been provided to the governing body and shall be attached to this Resolution and kept in the files of the municipal clerk. 6. The Mayor and the Township Clerk are hereby

authorized and directed to execute, on behalf of the Township of Upper, a Professional Contract with Rodier Ebersberger Architects LLC in accordance with the terms and provisions of the Local Public Contracts Law, subject to and in accordance of all with the

limitations

imposed

herein.

Upon

execution

parties

thereto said contract shall become effective. 7. A copy of this Resolution shall be published in

the official newspaper of the Township of Upper within ten (10) days from the date of adoption. 8. This Resolution shall be effective as of adoption.

Resolution No. 210-2004 Offered by: Adopted: September 27, 2004 Roll Call Vote: NAME Camp Corson McCrosson Newman Palombo YES ___x____ ___x____ ___x____ ________ ___x____

Camp

Seconded by:

McCrosson

NO _______ _______ _______ _______ _______

ABSTAINED _______ _______ _______ _______ _______

ABSENT _______ _______ _______ __x____ _______

ORDINANCES 7. Public Hearing and Final Adoption of Ordinance No. 012-2004, RE: AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING REAL PROPERTY KNOWN AS BLOCK 759, LOTS 14 AND 15 ON THE MUNICIPAL TAX MAP, BY GIFT. Prior to Public Comment section, Andrew McCrosson noted the Township’s commitment to acquire land in the public interest to preserve open space, particularly along or near the dunes. Rich Palombo added that to acquire land when possible along the dune would help in the easement process later. Dan Young advised Township Committee that the title commitment shows that the parents of the requesters are in title, but have passed away. Work is being done to probate their estates and he will follow up before the deed will be accepted. Dan noted that it is a condition of the ordinance for good title. During the Public Comment section of this Hearing, there were no speakers. Motion made by Andrew McCrosson, second by Barbara Camp for Final Adoption of Ordinance No. 012-2004. During roll call vote all four Committee members present voted in the affirmative. 11

TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY O R D I N A N C E ORDINANCE NO. 012-2004 RE: AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING REAL PROPERTY KNOWN AS BLOCK 759 LOTS 14 AND 15 ON THE MUNICIPAL TAX MAP OF THE TOWNSHIP OF UPPER, COUNTY OF CAPE MAY AND STATE OF NEW JERSEY BY GIFT WHEREAS, the Township of Upper has received an offer to convey property to the Township by gift from

Carrie Sheppard, George P. Dolbow, Jr. and Ruth Dolbow; and WHEREAS, Lots 14 and 15 in said property on is the commonly municipal known tax as map

Block 759

located at Taylor Avenue, Strathmere, New Jersey; and WHEREAS, the Township Committee of the Township of Upper has considered such proposal and has determined to accept said property subject to the terms and conditions of this Ordinance. 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: AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT BLOCK 759,

LOTS 14 AND 15: The Township of Upper is hereby authorized to accept the conveyance of the following described parcel: Block 759, Lots 14 and 15 on the

municipal tax map of the Township of Upper, State of New Jersey.

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SECTION 2: POLICY: The Township accepts said real property by gift pursuant to its stated policy of acquiring certain properties with in Strathmere acquisition, flood as part of or in

conjunction shore

beach

beach

replenishment, or flood

protection

programs,

control

mitigation programs or open space programs. In addition, it appears that there is a likelihood that taxes may become in default and the Township will acquire a tax title lien such that acceptance of this conveyance will eliminate the

expense involved in an rem tax foreclosure proceeding. SECTION 3: DUTY OF PROPERTY OWNER: In order to accept the conveyance herein, the property owner must

provide evidence satisfactory to the Township that there are no liens or encumbrances except for al valorem real estate taxes affecting that that there the the property; no is that the title is

marketable; interests;

are

undisclosed not subject

ownership to any

property

environmental hazards or conditions; and is not subject to any pending or threatened environmental enforcement action. The foregoing shall not prohibit the Township from

accepting such conveyance if the property is subject to a tidelands or riparian claim of the State of New Jersey. SECTION 4: EFFECTIVE DATE: This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon final adoption and publication as required by law. 13

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 13th OF SEPTEMBER, 2004 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 27th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2004 AT 4:00 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 NEW BUSINESS 8. South Shore Stitchers, Inc., R.A. # 275, request to hold raffle on November 14, 2005. Moved by Curtis Corson, second by Andrew McCrosson to approve raffle license. During roll call vote all four Committee members present voted in the affirmative.

9. Request to vacate a portion of Bayview Drive in Strathmere. Paul Dietrich commented that this is an unusual request because it is to vacate half of the street. The east side is approved as a street with an alley that the Public Works Department and residents use. If the street was vacated it may provide more buildable land to adjacent owners that cannot build now. Curtis Corson suggested that if the Committee was to consider the request that input come from the fire company and the Planning Board. Kristopher Facenda of Serber Konschak, representing Mr. Jeffrey Stuart and North Bayview, LLC, the owners of adjacent property, was present and spoke on their behalf. He stated that the road is a 50’ right of way and a previous vacation was granted in 1988. The owners look to extend that vacation. They have the consent of the landowners and he stated that the owners have maintained the area for about 30 years and traffic flows freely. There is no report of access problems for the fire company. Mr. Facenda stated that Mr. Dietrich’s comment that the lot is unbuildable might not be true. He felt it is more positioning than unbuildable. It was also stated that the owners are not looking to further subdivide. Mr. Stuart wants access to Lot 1 from Bayview Drive to move the building back on the lot. Mr. Stuart stated that he maintains the street drain, along with Public Works. Rich Palombo voiced his reservations to vacate to enhance property. Motion to deny the request made by Andrew McCrosson, second by Palombo. During roll call vote all four Committee members present voted in the affirmative. UNFINISHED BUSINESS 10. Fire suppression system at the Township owned property located at 1721 Mt. Pleasant Road. Dan Young stated that he would be discussing this in closed session. 14

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.” Bills approved for payment $227,609.75 Payroll $134,994.39 Motion to pay all bills submitted by Curtis Corson, second by Barbara Camp with the four Committee members present voting in the affirmative. REPORT OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS: 11. 12. MUA Report Zoning Office

Reports are available for inspection in the Clerk’s Office. PUBLIC COMMENT Elizabeth Bergus asked when the port-a-potties and trailers would be removed from Strathmere. Paul Dietrich stated that within the next 1-2 weeks, they would be taken care of. CLOSED SESSION 13. Resolution to conduct a closed meeting pursuant to N.J.S.A. 10:4-12, from which the public shall be excluded. Moved by Curtis Corson, second by Barbara Camp. During roll call vote all four Committee members present voted in the affirmative. RECONVENE PUBLIC PORTION OF MEETING ADJOURNMENT There being no further business this evening, the meeting was adjourned at 5:50 P.M. with the next meeting to be Tuesday, October 12, 2004 at 7:30 P.M. Minutes prepared by Barbara A. Spiegel, RMC Deputy Municipal Clerk

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Bill List 036940 175.00 036941 60,818.00 036942 1,042.21 036943 2,101.10 036944 1,712.76 036945 33,300.00 036946 278.85 036947 80,163.58 036948 16.00 036949 150.00 036950 4,780.00 036951 76.00 036952 160.00 036953 475.00 036954 32.00 036955 22.00 036956 297.50 036957 8,643.00 036958 10.95 036959 44.95 036960 2,344.89 036961 12.00 036962 394.91 036963 160.00 036964 12.00 036965 469.00 036966 16.00 036967 152.00 036968 522.84 036969 142.50 036970 48.00 036971 16.00 036972 762.50 036973 21.12 036974 147.41 036975 1,344.09

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A0004 A0017 A0025 A0042 A0043 A0069 A0087 A0113 B0008 B0032 B0094 B0152 B0153 C0003 C0030 C0046 C0125 C0138 C0143 C0156 C0160 D0026 D0050 D0055 D0077 E0012 G0006 G0014 G0028 G0032 G0096 G0120 H0002 H0054 H0064 H0073

A+ COMMERCIAL OFFICE CLEANERS A.C.M. JIF C/O T. FREEDMAN ADVANTAGE RENTAL ACE HARDWARE ALL AMERICAN SPORTS CORP. ALERT-ALL CORPORATION ALBRECHT & HEUM, INC. AT & T ARAWAK PAVING CO. INC. BAILEY, CARROLL BALTZ, JOHN BROWN'S RIVER BINDERY, INC. BUCHANAN, KAREN A. BIRCHMEIER, JIM CCC HEAVY DUTY TRUCK PARTS CO. CAMP, BARBARA CAPE MAY COUNTY CLERK COIA'S GREENHOUSE'S COASTAL PLUMBING & HEATING INC CODY'S POWER EQUIPMENT COMPUTER HOUSE TECH.CENTER INC CONECTIV POWER DELIVERY DEAUGUSTINE, JOE DIAL BLOCK COMPANY, INC. DIGIOVANNI, RON DIETRICH,PAUL EHRLICH PEST CONTROL GARBUTT,PATRICIA A. GARDEN STATE HWY PRODUCTS INC. GENTILINI FORD GENERAL RECREATION, INC. GRUND, GEORGE GILBERTSON,GILBERT O. H.A. DEHART & SON CORP. HOFFMANN,WILLIAM HOLTZ INDUSTRIES,INC. HOME DEPOT CRC/GECF

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036976 463.74 036977 4.00 036978 34.88 036979 184.00 036980 29.82 036981 520.00 036982 8.00 036983 40.00 036984 24.00 036985 950.00 036986 108.00 036987 157.50 036988 320.00 036989 1,405.00 036990 90.88 036991 1,362.49 036992 512.00 036993 1,465.74 036994 94.72 036995 316.75 036996 156.34 036997 480.00 036998 369.68 036999 129.10 037000 84.16 037001 205.00 037002 429.96 037003 74.12 037004 171.09 037005 2,730.00 037006 7.40 037007 6,494.97 037008 25.00 037009 2,000.00 037010 93.18 037011 750.00 037012 985.84

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J0002 K0034 L0007 M0009 M0038 M0045 M0046 M0055 M0059 M0072 M0128 N0005 N0052 N0089 P0026 P0032 P0037 R0030 R0055 S0038 S0072 S0077 S0110 S0133 S0134 S0178 S0216 T0034 T0038 T0048 T0067 T0079 T0094 T0095 V0002 V0005 V0022

J.P. COLLINS CO. KOHLER, CLAUDE JR. LC EQUIPMENT, INC. MCCAULEY, ROBERT MATHIS, MARK M. MAX-KRIS MARINE SERVICE INC. MASON, DAVID MAY, JUDITH MCDANIELS, WILLIAM J. III MILLVILLE IRON WORKS INC. MUNICIPAL CLERKS ASSOC. N.J. NATIONAL SAFETY COMPLIANCE NATL YOUTH SPORTS COACHED ASSN NEXTIRAONE, LLC PAYNTER, JOSEPH PEDRONI FUEL CO. PENNSYLVANIA JERSEY CONCRETE RIGGINS, INC. ROSIAK, CAROL SCHWAAB, INC. SEGIN, STEWART S. SEMCOR II SOLTZ PAINT, INC. SOUTH JERSEY AUTO SUPPLY SO. JERSEY GAS COMPANY SCOTSMAN, WILLIAMS, INC. DEPT.31 OOOO261489 THE PAPER OF U.T./GAZETTE THOMAS, CHRISTOPHER TILL PAINT CO/D. FITZGERALD TOWNSHIP OF UPPER PETTY CASH TREASURER,STATE OF N.J. TREASURER STATE OF NEW JERSEY TRI-COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL V.W. EIMICKE ASSN, INC. VAN EMBDEN,NATHAN, ATTORNEY VERIZON

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037013 09/27/04 V0026 VITAL COMPUTER RESOURCES, INC. 100.00 037014 09/27/04 W0010 WELDCO LUMBER & TIMBER CO. LLC 2,712.20 037015 09/27/04 W0016 WARRINGTON,MARILYN 8.00 037016 09/27/04 W0026 WEINSTEIN SUPPLY CORP. 403.03 037017 09/27/04 W0047 WILLIAMSON, ROSS 150.00 037018 09/27/04 Y0012 YOUNG,ROBERT 95.00 ----------------------------------------------------------------------TOTAL PAID: $227,609.75

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