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					TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY MINUTES FOR NOVEMBER 28, 2005 REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE –4:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER SUNSHINE ANNOUNCEMENT SALUTE TO THE FLAG ROLL CALL Barbara Camp Curtis Corson Andrew McCrosson John “Jay” Newman Richard Palombo Present Absent Present Present 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 14, 2005 Regular Meeting and Closed Session Minutes Motion by Jay Newman second by Barbara Camp to approve the Minutes as written. During roll call vote all four Committee members present voted in the affirmative. REPORT OF GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS Barbara Camp, reminded everyone that they still could obtain a free flu shot from the County Board of Health. Andrew McCrosson, reported on a discussion he had with Dick Yard from Shoreline Railroad Museum about transporting people by bus/shuttle from the Train Station to places around the Tuckahoe area. A bus is being donated for this use and Mr. Yard asked if the Township would be willing to provide the insurance. Mr. Young advised that in addition to insurance, there are extensive regulations and licensing that would need to be complied with. Mr. Yard wanted it ready to use immediately so that it could be utilized during the next several weekends during the Christmas season train runs. The Committee was receptive to the concept however due to time constraints and the fact that funds are not available from the budget at this time of the year, the matter would be considered for next year. It was reported that over 600 people traveled on the train between Tuckahoe and Richland this past weekend.

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Richard Palombo, Mayor, congratulated employees Leroy Shone for receiving Public Works Manager Certification, and Duane Terwilliger and Michael Spear for obtaining the Certified Playground Safety Inspector Certifications. OTHER REPORTS Wanda Gaglione, Municipal Clerk, reminded everyone of the GTAMA event, Christmas in the Country, this weekend. The Township Committee has been invited to ride in the parade. Daniel Young, Municipal Attorney, reported on two undersized lots that were donated by the Keck Est. to the Township, Block 485, Lots 35 & 36. He asked if the Township wanted to authorize title insurance on the lots which would cost about $300. He recommended it to simplify any future transfers that could occur with this property. Motion was made by Andrew McCrosson, second by Jay Newman to authorize attorney to obtain title insurance. During roll call vote all four Committee members present voted in the affirmative. PRESENTATION 1. Dr. Lawrence Hobdell, New Superintendent of Upper Township Schools. Dr. Hobdell introduced himself and discussed some of the things he thought the School and Township could do together. He praised the generosity of the Township Committee and employees and listed some of the services provided such as trash disposal, snow removal, sports field maintenance, Township budget contribution/tax relief, and stated that the school deeply appreciates the help. He discussed sharing services such as computer software training, Right-to-Know program, asbestos awareness, lock-out/tagout training. He discussed snow removal. Lastly, he discussed the school budget and the tax impact on the community. The Mayor also listed items the Township could offer assistance with such as advice on insurance choices especially with health insurance. He stated that the Township has done very well in keeping health insurance costs significantly low because of our expertise in investigating the plans available. He commented on the good partnership the school and the Township have with UTTV and that Paul Dietrich and Glen Steward did a great job in getting the station operational. This was something the Mayor worked on implementing not only for information on community events but to be utilized as a part of the Township’s disaster preparedness plan. He is happy that it is available and would like to expand it further with more programs from the school. When discussing the subject of budgets he commented that the Township does not have the excessive surpluses that were enjoyed in the past. “Unfortunately the surplus has begun to dry up so we are faced with the same type of situation that the schools do in that our allocations from the State are somewhat frozen as well. The Township certainly would be willing to partner with the school and do some things together to save money.” He thanked Dr. Hobdell for attending this meeting. 2. Marcia Shiffman, Mazer Consulting, Plan Endorsement Petition-Smart Growth. The Plan Endorsement Petition is part of the Smart Growth study funded by the State of New Jersey. It was approved by the Upper Township Planning Board at their last

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meeting and is now ready for the Committee’s review and endorsement and then will be sent to the State to go through their review process. She explained that Plan Endorsement is a process used as a mechanism for review to ensure our development plans are consistent with the state development /redevelopment plan. As part of the state process of plan endorsement the Township has the ability to delineate growth centers, which is critical for Upper Township. This process replaces the CAFRA Centers Designation process. At this point Upper Township is in “limbo” because CAFRA Centers Designations expired in February, 2005, and the CAFRA centers are the only place you can have any intensive development in terms of lot coverage. A key element and requirement of the study is the Plan Endorsement Agenda. It is very important to the Township. It lists planning and developmental activities planned for the near future and for long-term; it involves the Township as well as regional areas where the Township may offer support services and activities, and includes projects such as transportation improvements that would help implement our plan. Endorsement of this plan or petition signifies the agreement by these agencies of the items on the agenda. The study was funded by the Office of Smart Growth to the three municipalities working together--Upper, Middle and Dennis Townships. These municipalities are at various stages of this process with Upper Township being at the forefront in getting the plan done and submitted. She discussed deadlines; in March the CAFRA Plan needs to be declared complete for the Township to have their old CAFRA centers designation retained which is why it is important to get the plan approved and into the State. The process to this point has been comprehensive and has been ongoing for almost a year and a half. At the beginning of the process representatives from all three municipalities met to talk about the plan and issues important both locally and regionally. Those issues have been incorporated into the plan. There were many delays. One of the key components of the plan is the Gibson Bill which is a review of the water supply for Cape May County. The study was on hold while waiting for information of that Bill in looking at “buildout” so that this information could be incorporated into the plan. There were numerous meetings with the Office of Smart Growth’s interagency team to review the plan and the centers. It will finally be submitted to the State and hopefully be approved. There are four Centers that have been defined. Two are Town Centers on Rt. 9; the Palermo-Beesley’s Point area and Seaville. Petersburg and Tuckahoe are defined as Village Centers. The center designation is significant because of development density, you are allowed greater development in a Town Center versus a Village Center. The centers are defined by number of people and number of jobs, size of center etc. She discussed the “buildout” study of each of the centers as to potential building lots and potential size of commercial areas of each. She discussed the Tuckahoe Village Center and the opportunities with the train station, improvement plans in process to rebuild Rt. 50 bridge over Tuckahoe River and streetscapes planned. Both Tuckahoe and Petersburg are CAFRA Villages and Pineland Villages as well.

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The last major item in the Plan Endorsement Study is the Implementation Agenda which includes examination of land use, transportation, infrastructure, water/sewer, housing, historic preservation, and conservation. She discussed Strathmere, Tuckahoe and the rail service, and Beesley’s Point redevelopment. Transportation was discussed as to interchange improvements at Parkway Exit 20, etc. Regional transportation issues were discussed such as a regional shuttle to go from campgrounds to shore areas and could include the Tuckahoe area rail service bus/shuttle proposal discussed earlier in this meeting. Other items discussed were Historic Preservation guidelines, Conservation-preparing an inventory required for Green Acres funding, and an Environmental Assessment Ordinance for environmentally constrained areas. Committeeman McCrosson commented on the enormous amount of work put into the document and that the plan is critical to Upper Township. A good example of the importance of it is the shopping center development at the intersection of Rt. 9 and Roosevelt Boulevard, which would have been halted if we did not go forward with this process. Township Engineer Paul Dietrich commented on how the process developed, that it began in 1998 and languished for two years at the State level and explained how it got to this point. He also stated that during public comment at the Planning Board that there were no negative comments from the public. During the public hearing portion of the meeting Sonia Forey, asked about the streetscape improvements promised for Tuckahoe. Mr. Dietrich stated that information from NJDOT is that in winter 2006 the Rt. 49 Bridge will be replaced and in 2007-2008 the Rt. 50 Bridge and streetscape improvements are scheduled. Sandy Simpson from Beesley’s Point asked a question about the power plant and that if it is sold would higher pollution standards be imposed, and what is latest information on the plant. Mayor Palombo stated that there are ongoing meetings and conference calls about the plant almost daily and that there may an outside entity looking at the site but no official notification has been received. He stated that if the site continues to operate as a power generating plant then any new owner would have to conform to current clean air standards. Resolution number 215-2005 to accept the report and submit it to the State was adopted, see below. RESOLUTIONS 3. Acceptance of Plan Endorsement Report and submission to State Planning Commission. TOWNSHIP OF UPPER COUNTY OF CAPE MAY, NEW JERSEY RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. 215 -2005 RE: ACCEPTING OF THE PLAN ENDORSEMENT PETITION AND SUBMISSION TO THE STATE PLANNING COMMISSION

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WHEREAS, the State Planning Act, pursuant to N.J.S.A 5:85-7 et seq. authorizes municipalities to apply to the State of New Jersey, State Planning Commission; and WHEREAS, the Township Committee of the Township of Upper, in the County of Cape May received a grant from the State of New Jersey, Department of Community Affairs, Office of Smart Growth to prepare a Plan Endorsement Petition for initial Plan Endorsement and establishment of town centers in accordance with the New Jersey State Development and Redevelopment Plan; and WHEREAS, Maser Consulting, P.A. was retained to undertake such a report and assisted the Township Planning Board and Petition Sub-committee; and WHEREAS, the Township worked with the Township of Dennis and Township of Middle as part of an intermunicipal planning effort; and WHEREAS, the Township Planning Board reviewed the Maser report entitled: “Plan Endorsement Petition, Upper Township, Cape May County” dated September, 2005 (the “Plan Endorsement Petition” or “Petition”) and supporting documentation and any and all other materials and information deemed necessary or desirable in connection with the investigation of the proposed redevelopment area; and WHEREAS, the Township Planning Board conducted a public hearing to consider the Plan Endorsement Petition at a meeting on October 18, 2005 after providing due notice of the date of the hearing in accordance with N.J.A.C. 5:85-1.7(d); and WHEREAS, the Township Planning Board, after due consideration of the Plan Endorsement Petition and supporting documentation and the comments and objections from the public made part of the public record and after consulting appropriate municipal departments officials and counsel, adopted a resolution in support of the Petition; and WHEREAS, the Township Committee after review of the Plan Endorsement Petition and the Township Planning Board Resolution, as well as other evidence and testimony presented to it in connection therewith and comments from the public, desires to accept and endorse the Petition and submit the Petition to the State Planning Commission for approval; and WHEREAS, the Township Committee desires to establish the Marmora-PalermoBeesley’s Point Town Center, Seaville Town Center, Petersburg Village Center and Tuckahoe Village Center as delineated in the Plan Endorsement Petition; and WHEREAS, the Township Committee will adopt an Environmental Assessment Ordinance within Chapter 20 of the Revised General Ordinance of the Township of Upper within 45 days of the receipt of the consistency report prepared by the Executive Director of the Office of Smart Growth; and

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NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWNSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE TOWNSHIP OF UPPER, IN THE COUNTY OF CAPE MAY, NEW JERSEY, as follows: 1. The allegations of the preamble are incorporated herein by this reference.

2. The Mayor of the Township of Upper is hereby authorized to submit the Petition to the State Planning Commission and execute the Planning and Implementation Agreement. Resolution No. 215 -2005 Offered by: McCrosson Adopted: Roll Call Vote: NAME YES Camp ____x______ Corson _______ __ McCrosson ____x______ Newman ____x______ Palombo ____x______ Seconded by: Camp NO ABSTAINED ABSENT __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ ____x______ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

4. Appointment of Lynn Petrozza to Zoning Board of Adjustment. TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY R E S O L U T I O N RESOLUTION NO. 216-2005 RE: APPOINTMENT OF LYNN PETROZZA TO THE UPPER TOWNSHIP ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT _________________________________________________________ WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 40:55D-69 provides that members of the Zoning Board of Adjustment shall be appointed by the

Governing Body of the municipality; and WHEREAS, it is necessary to make certain

appointments to the Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of Upper, as hereinafter provided; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township

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

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and State of New Jersey that Lynn Petrozza is hereby appointed as a member of the Upper Township Zoning Board of Adjustment to fill the unexpired term of Frank Conrad commencing

immediately and expiring on January 31, 2006. Resolution No. 216-2005 Offered by: Newman, Seconded by: McCrosson Adopted: November 28, 2005 Roll Call Vote: NAME YES NO ABSTAINED ABSENT Camp _X___ __________ __________ ________ Corson _____ __________ __________ __X_____ McCrosson _X___ __________ __________ ________ Newman _X___ __________ __________ ________ Palombo _X___ __________ __________ ________ 5. Honoring George Marinakis on his retirement from the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority as Executive Director and extending to him best wishes in his future endeavors. TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. 217-2005 RE: HONORING GEORGE MARINAKIS ON HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE CAPE MAY COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITIES AUTHORITY AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND EXTENDING TO HIM BEST WISHES IN HIS FUTURE ENDEAVORS ______________________________________________________________ WHEREAS, George Marinakis, an Upper Township resident, has been employed by the Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority (CMCMUA) since 1975; and WHEREAS, throughout his dedicated tenure of service to the CMCMUA, Mr. Marinakis has provided a model of excellence in professionalism and commitment; and

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WHEREAS, he is honored for his exemplary leadership, inspiring dedication and active involvement to environmental causes benefiting the citizens of the Township of Upper, County of Cape May and State of New Jersey; 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, to extend to George Marinakis, heartfelt thanks and gratitude for his service to the CMCMUA and extend to him our best wishes for continued success in his future endeavors. GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS and the seal of the Township of Upper this 28th day of November, 2005. Resolution No. 217-2005 Offered by: Newman Seconded by: McCrosson Adopted: November 28, 2005 Roll Call Vote: NAME YES NO ABSTAINED Camp __x____ _______ _______ Corson _______ _______ _______ McCrosson __x____ _______ _______ Newman __x____ _______ _______ Palombo __x____ _______ _______

ABSENT _______ __x____ _______ _______ _______

6. Adopting revised Township Policy authorizing criminal history background checks on persons with unsupervised direct access to minors involved with use of Township Facilities and/or programs funded by the Township involving minors. TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. 218-2005 RE: ADOPTING REVISED TOWNSHIP POLICY AUTHORIZING CRIMINAL HISTORY BACKGROUND CHECKS ON PERSONS WITH UNSUPERVISED DIRECT ACCESS TO MINORS INVOLVED WITH USE OF TOWNSHIP FACILITIES AND/OR PROGRAMS FUNDED BY THE TOWNSHIP INVOLVING MINORS __________________________________________________________ __

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WHEREAS, the Township Committee of the Township of Upper desires to insure that the Township provides the safest possible recreational and other programs for its youth; and WHEREAS, the Township Committee of the Township of Upper feels that it is necessary to conduct criminal history background checks on each prospective and current person with unsupervised direct access to minors involved with any Township endorsed or sponsored program or utilizing any Township facilities which provide recreational, cultural, charitable, social or other activities or services for persons younger than 18 years of age; and WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 15A:3A-1, et seq., establishes a process and procedure for the purpose of conducting criminal history record background checks for non-profit youth serving organizations; and WHEREAS, the Supervisor of the Department of Recreation has recommended that all current and prospective persons with unsupervised direct access to minors involved with youth programs within the Township be required to submit to such criminal history record background checks; and WHEREAS, the Township Committee of the Township of Upper desires that all persons with unsupervised direct access to minors involved with youth programs utilizing Township facilities and/or which are funded by the Township in whole or in part be required to undergo criminal history background checks as a condition of using the Township facilities and participating in such programs; and

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WHEREAS, the Township Committee of the Township of Upper wishes to establish a policy formalizing the requirements of said criminal history background check as set forth in Exhibit A attached hereto. 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 Committee of the Township of Upper hereby adopts a formal policy requiring a criminal history background check of any person with unsupervised direct access to minors involved with the use of Township facilities or programs funded by the Township as set forth in the attached Exhibit A. 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. 218-2005 Offered by: Camp Adopted: November 28, 2005 Roll Call Vote: NAME YES NO Camp __x_______ __________ Corson __________ __________ McCrosson __x_______ __________ Newman __x_______ __________ Palombo __x_______ __________

Seconded by: Newman ABSTAINED ABSENT __________ __________ __________ _____x____ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

7. Refund a Credit. TOWNSHIP OF UPPER

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CAPE MAY COUNTY RESOLUTION Resolution No. 219-2005 REFUND A CREDIT ________________________________________________________ WHEREAS, certain corrections have been Recommended by the Upper Township Tax Collector in order to refund and/or transfer monies, 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 on attached sheet: Resolution No. 219-2005 Offered by: Newman Seconded by: McCrosson Adopted: November 28, 2005 Roll Call Vote: NAME YES NO ABSTAINED CAMP _x____ _____ _____ CORSON ______ _____ _____ McCROSSON _x____ _____ _____ NEWMAN _x____ _____ _____ PALOMBO _x____ _____ _____

ABSENT _____ __x__ _____ _____ _____

8. Authorizing a Change Order for the Re-Roofing at Upper Township Community Center resulting in extra work in the amount of $3,850.00. TOWNSHIP OF UPPER CAPE MAY COUNTY R E S O L U T I O N RESOLUTION NO. 220-2005 RE: AUTHORIZING A CHANGE ORDER FOR THE RE-ROOFING AT UPPER TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY CENTER RESULTING IN EXTRA WORK IN THE AMOUNT OF $3,850.00 11

______________________________________________________________ WHEREAS, the Township of Upper has previously

awarded the Re-roofing at the Upper Township Community Center bid to JDS Contracting of 23 Cindy Lane #5B, Ocean, New

Jersey 07712, in the original Contract amount of $74,750.00; and WHEREAS, the Township wishes to approve Change

Order #2 to the aforesaid Contract as hereinafter provided; and WHEREAS, the Chief Financial Officer has issued a certification as to the availability of funds for this Change Order; and WHEREAS, this Change Order comprising extra work

does not exceed twenty percent (20%) of the original Contract award; and WHEREAS, this Change Order is in the best interests of the Township; 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. Township

Change Order No. 2 to the Re-roofing at Upper Center with JDS Contracting is hereby

Community

authorized as follows: Increases............... NONE Decreases............... NONE Extra Work..............$3,850.00 TOTAL...................$3,850.00 3. A copy of Change Order #2 detailing the nature

and the extent of the work to be done, together with a summary of the Change Order, together with all other prior Change Orders, if any, are attached to this Resolution as Exhibit “A”. 5. The Mayor and Chief Financial Officer are hereby

authorized, directed and empowered to execute the Change Order on behalf of the Township of Upper. 4. All Township officials and officers are hereby

authorized and to take all action necessary to carry out the intent and purpose of this Resolution. Resolution No. 220-2005 Offered by: Newman Seconded by: Camp Adopted: November 28, 2005 Roll Call Vote: NAME YES NO ABSTAINED ABSENT Camp ___x_____ __________ __________ __________ Corson _________ __________ __________ ___x______ McCrosson ___x_____ __________ __________ __________ Newman ___ x_____ __________ __________ __________ Palombo ___ x_____ __________ __________ __________ ORDINANCES

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9. Introduction and First Reading of Ordinance No. 015-2005, RE: AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING SALARIES FOR THE TOWNSHIP 0F UPPER FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 2006. Moved by Jay Newman, second by Barbara Camp to introduce Ordinance No. 0152005 with public hearing and final adoption on December 12, 2005 at the 7:30 P.M. meeting. During roll call vote all four 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

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Chief Financial Officer (P/T) Treasurer/Purchasing Agent Asst. Purchasing Agent Deputy Treasurer (P/T) Reg. Vital Statistics (P/T) Deputy Reg. Vital Statistics (P/T)

1,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 No Min. No Min. No Min.

4,000.00 59,420.00 36,000.00 550.00 1,850.00 550.00

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Public Information Officer Data Information Coordinator Claims Coordinator Mun. Improve. Search Officer (P/T) Tax Search Officer (P/T) Director of Public Asst. (P/T) Personnel Officer (P/T) Deputy Tax Assessor Computer Director Safety Coordinator Ass’t Safety Coordinator

No Min. No Min. No Min. No Min. No Min. 500.00 No Min. No Min. None No Min. No. Min.

9,500.00 2,500.00 3,500.00 1,850.00 1,850.00 1,000.00 3,000.00 550.00 $1,500.00 $3,500.00 $1,500.00

B. MUNICIPAL COURT: Judge, Municipal Court (P/T) 15,000.0026,500.00 Municipal Court Administrator 15,000.00 50,100.00 Deputy Court Administrator 15,000.00 Prosecutor (P/T) No Min. 24,500.00 Bailiff (P/T) No Min. Public Defender (P/T) No Min.

42,050.00 $150.00 per session 13,600.00

C. CODE ENFORCEMENT: ZONING ENFORCEMENT:

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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) Coord. 911 Emerg. Response, RTK Deputy Right to Know Deputy Dir. Emerg. Manage (P/T) No Min.9,400.00 No Min. 1,000.00 No Min. 1,500.00 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. th Lifeguard, 5 yr. and higher Lifeguard E.M.T. Captain Lifeguard Seasonal Lieutenant Lifeguard Seasonal 14.75 Hr. Senior Lifeguard Emergency Medical Technician-4th year 12,500.00 Emergency Medical Technician-3rd year 12,500.00 Emergency Medical Technician-2nd year 12,500.00 Emergency Medical Technician (P/T) No Min. Medical Technician(P/T) No Min School Crossing Guard (P/T) Chief Emergency Medical Technician Sr. Emergency Medical Technician E. PUBLIC WORKS-- RECREATION: Superintendent of Public Works 5,000.00

11.25 Hr. $4.00 per day 19.75 Hr. 12.75 Hr. 37,700.00 36,500.00 31,500.00 11.75 Hr. 1st yr 12.00 Hr. 2nd yr 11.50 Hr. 54,148.00 47,729.00

10,000.00

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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. 10.25Hr. 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. 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 Attorney for the Board - Maximum Salary (Not to exceed) Secretary Board of Health (P/T) 550.00 G. MILEAGE:

100.00 18,000.00

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

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BASED ON LONGEVITY After 5 years After 10 years After 15 years After 20 years After 25 years 2% 4% 6% 8% 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. 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.

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

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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. 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 CORRESPONDENCE NEW BUSINESS UNFINISHED BUSINESS: DISCUSSION

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10. Jeffrey & Megan McAfee, Request to purchase Township owned property Block 510, Lot 31-32. Motion to approve by Andrew McCrossson, second by Jay Newman with the four Committee members present voting in the affirmative. The approval is conditioned upon the lots being consolidated with the McAfee’s adjacent undersized lot. 11. Bid Opening results for the Furnishing and Delivery of 2005 or newer Vehicles and Equipment for Upper Township. There were three bidders. Motion was made by Jay Newman, second by Andrew McCrosson to accept bid of Gallo Trucks for items number 1 and 2, and accept bid of Cherry Valley for item 3. During roll call vote with all four Committee members present voted in the affirmative. 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 with all four Committee members present voting in the affirmative. Bills approved for payment: Payroll: $272,804.38 $126,576.00

REPORT OF MUNICIPAL DEPARTMENTS: 12. Animal Control 13. MUA Report 14. Zoning Office Reports are available from the Clerk’s Office. PUBLIC COMMENT Joanne Hill, read a letter into the record asking the Committee to look into the matter of the Animal Control Officer and his contractual duties. Sonya Forey, commented on the Tuckahoe Railroad Station as to trash pickup, building maintenance, and parking areas. She invited the Committee to take a ride on the train. Doug Longnecker, also commented about the Railroad Station and discussed bus/shuttle transportation. Lewis Albrecht, asked about the installation of toilets and sinks in the outside privy building so they can be utilized by train passengers. He asked to have the surface of the parking area to be resurfaced with clamshells. He also discussed the train station building maintenance. CLOSED SESSION

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15. Resolution to conduct a closed meeting pursuant to N.J.S.A. 10:4-12, from which the public shall be excluded. Moved by Jay Newman, second by Barbara Camp to close the regular portion of the meeting and go into an executive session. 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 ???? P.M. Next meeting to be December 12, 2005 at 7:30 P.M. Minutes prepared by Wanda Gaglione, RMC Municipal Clerk Bill List
039920 039921 039922 039923 039924 039925 039926 039927 039928 039929 039930 039931 039932 039933 039934 039935 039936 039937 039938 039939 039940 039941 039942 039943 039944 039945 039946 039947 039948 039949 039950 039951 039952 039953 039954 039955 039956 039957 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 11/28/05 A0018 A0024 A0041 A0081 A0087 A0091 A0113 B0035 B0070 B0152 C0057 C0116 C0117 C0143 C0146 D0030 D0040 D0077 E0003 E0017 G0014 G0016 G0092 H0073 K0007 K0034 K0047 L0018 L0037 L0038 L0040 L0080 M0012 M0021 M0055 N0004 P0032 P0074 ACTION SUPPLY INC. ADVANCE DOOR & SUPPLY CO. ALL ACTION WATER SPORTS, INC. ARMSTRONG, RALON I. AT & T ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC ARAWAK PAVING CO. INC. BELMONT & CRYSTAL SPRINGS HORIZON BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD BUCHANAN, KAREN A. CAPE MAY COUNTY TREASURER CINTAS CORPORATION #158 CLEAN SWEEP SERVICES CODY'S POWER EQUIPMENT COLLINS IRON WORKS, INC. DEL CORIO, ROSEMARY MS. DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF N.J. INC. DIETRICH,PAUL EASTERN SIGN EDMUNDS & ASSOCIATES,INC. GARDEN STATE HWY PRODUCTS INC. GARDNER HARDWARE INC. GRUND, BARBARA J. HOME DEPOT CRC/GECF KACZMARSKI, RICHARD KOHLER, CLAUDE JR. KLINE, EDWARD T. LANIER WORLDWIDE, INC. LAYTON,LINDA LAYTON, WILLIAM LEA, SHELLEY LOWES, INC. McCAULEY, RICHARD MASER CONSULTING, P.A. MAY, JUDITH NJ-AMERICAN WATER CO. PEDRONI FUEL CO. PORCHTOWN RECYLERS, INC. 28.80 807.66 240.00 121.56 102.19 1,053.45 46,053.55 207.50 85,599.12 194.00 360.00 151.30 960.00 3.30 4,910.20 71.56 4,881.19 16.00 48.00 25.00 43.50 124.15 10.98 600.17 20.00 380.49 189.94 611.73 352.50 768.00 4.00 25.10 156.64 42,424.56 44.00 131.19 962.85 270.00

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039958 11/28/05 P0075 POSITIVE PROMOTIONS INC 039959 11/28/05 R0024 RICH SERVICES 039960 11/28/05 R0030 RIGGINS, INC. 039961 11/28/05 S0001 SAM'S CLUB 039962 11/28/05 S0031 SCHULER SECURITY, INC. 039963 11/28/05 S0054 SENN, FRANCES 039964 11/28/05 S0057 SERVICE TIRE TRUCK CENTERS 039965 11/28/05 S0126 SPIEGEL, BARBARA 039966 11/28/05 S0134 SO. JERSEY GAS COMPANY 039967 11/28/05 S0151 SOUTH JERSEY ANIMAL SERVICES 039968 11/28/05 S0203 SUNSET ENTERPRISES 039969 11/28/05 S0216 DEPT.31 OOOO261489 039970 11/28/05 T0032 THE PRESS & SUNDAY PRESS 039971 11/28/05 T0038 THOMAS, CHRISTOPHER 039972 11/28/05 T0044 THOMSON, KERRY AGENCY 039973 11/28/05 T0067 TOWNSHIP OF UPPER PETTY CASH 039974 11/28/05 T0115 TURF & FARM SUPPLIES, INC. 039975 11/28/05 U0029 UPPER TOWNSHIP BD.OF EDUCATION 039976 11/28/05 V0022 VERIZON 039977 11/28/05 V0026 VITAL COMPUTER RESOURCES, INC. 039978 11/28/05 W0009 WALTERS MARINE CONSTRUCTION 039979 11/28/05 W0016 WARRINGTON,MARILYN 039980 11/28/05 W0030 WEST PUBLISHING CO. 039981 11/28/05 W0060 WOOLLEY, THOMAS -------------------------------------------------------------------------Total Paid: $272,804.38 --------------------------------------------------------------------------

339.63 636.71 1,037.52 50.42 111.00 32.00 21.95 29.22 513.61 1,250.00 659.55 149.98 651.44 128.00 64,532.00 20.90 1,783.57 1,200.00 1,399.97 100.00 4,596.18 44.00 277.50 285.05

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