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					                                        CAUCUS MEETING
                                        APRIL 20, 2010
                                        9:30 A.M.

Members Present: Present were Mayor William Henfey, President of Council Patrick
Rosenello, Councilpersons Joseph Duncan, Robert McCullion, Edwin Koehler, Robert
Maschio, Kellyann Tolomeo and Richard Ogen. Also present were City Administrator
Raymond Townsend, Solicitor William Kaufmann and Engineer Ralph Petrella.
RESOLUTION:

# 82-10
RE:                                     Private Meeting – Contracts and Personnel

The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by McCullion, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.
On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Duncan, that Council now return to open session.
Carried.     9:42 AM
ADMINISTRATOR TOWNSEND noted 200 Block West 17th Avenue has been
approved for concrete instead of stone replacement. Townsend also informed Council
that all City Hall and Police Department employees have received training recently for
emergency actions needed for lock down areas. These include weapons lock down.
This training will give North Wildwood extra credit from our Joint Insurance Fund. A
resolution for this morning regarding the UEZ will make our opposition known for this
program to continue. The ramp at 15th and 16th Avenues and the Boardwalk will be
replaced using concrete instead of wood. The City should be reimbursed by FEMA for
75% of this cost. City Hall site concrete improvements will be done in concrete and
includes a walkway covered in brick.        The reconstruction for West 20th Avenue
includes the Water Department installing service for the houses. This will be an
overlay – gutter to gutter.    Storm damage caused problems for Spruce and Central
sidewalks. These sidewalks will be replaced and again FEMA is expected to reimburse
the City 75% of costs.
SOLICITOR KAUFMANN spoke on the ABC transfer from Late Night Inc. t/a JP
Prime to a Chapter 7 Trustee. This is a complete liquidation by this Trustee.
COUNCILPERSON OGEN spoke on abandoned buildings around town. Permits
for these sites have been extended to 2013 by Governors. Ogen noted nothing can be
done until 2014. Ogen feels Council should not be in any hurry to deal with a new
ordinance for abandoned buildings. The Construction Official should be directed to
watch these abandoned buildings. Several properties have no permits noted in the
files, namely O’Brien’s and Paxton. Councilperson Maschio noted the steel has been
removed in one building and he does not feel the building integrity is as desired.
On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Duncan, that caucus now be adjourned until the
regular meeting. Carried. 9:56 AM


                                        REGULAR MEETING
                                        APRIL 20, 2010
                                        10:00 A.M.

A regular meeting of the North Wildwood City Council was held on the morning of the
above date in the City Hall. The President of Council stated, “The meeting is now
open. Adequate notice of this meeting has been provided by posting a copy of the
notice of the time and place of this meeting on the City Clerk’s bulletin board and by
mailing a copy of the same to The Herald, The Press and Wildwood Leader on January
6, 2010.”

ROLL CALL: Present were Mayor William Henfey, President of Council Patrick
Rosenello, Councilpersons Joseph Duncan, Robert McCullion, Edwin Koehler, Robert
Maschio, Kellyann Tolomeo and Richard Ogen. Also present were City Administrator
Raymond Townsend, Solicitor William Kaufmann and Engineer Ralph Petrella.
                                    REGULAR MEETING
                                    APRIL 20, 2010

MINUTES: On a motion by Koehler, seconded by McCullion, that the minutes of the
regular meeting of April 6, 2010 be approved as read. Carried.

COMMUNICATIONS:

ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC
RE:                                 Notice of Public Hearing - April 22, 2010

On a motion by Ogen, seconded by Maschio, that the above correspondence be received
and filed. Carried.

STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEP
RE:                                 Notice of Public Hearing - May 13, 2010

On a motion by Ogen, seconded by Maschio, that the above correspondence be received
and filed. Carried.

LOMAX MOREY CONSULTING
RE:                    Coastal Permit Application, Morey
                       Organization-Hunt’s Pier

On a motion by Ogen, seconded by Maschio, that the above correspondence be received
and filed. Carried.

MAYOR’S COMMUNICATIONS: None.

APPOINTMENTS:

Recreation
Edward Deni                         Laborer                             4/21/10
Ronald Golden                       Recreation Aide                     4/22/10
Paul Gusty                          Boat Ramp Attendant                 5/1/10
Florence Marenic                    Tourism Aide                        5/17/10
Jioacchimo Mattera                  Boat Ramp Attendant                 5/1/10
Charles McQuilkin                   Laborer                             4/26/10
Charles Russell                     Laborer                             4/26/10
Robert Starr                        Boat Ramp Attendant                 5/1/10

Police Department
Charles Amicone                     SLEO II                             5/1/10
Arek J. Arargil                     SLEO II                             5/1/10
Brian Bell                          SLEO II                             5/1/10
Darren Berrigan                     SLEO II                             5/1/10
Kevin Corcoran                      SLEO II                             5/1/10
Orlando Cuevas                      SLEO II                             5/1/10
Thomas Giorgianni                   SLEO II                             5/1/10
Jeremy Hackney                      SLEO II                             5/1/10
Matthew Jones                       SLEO II                             5/1/10
Alexandra Knorr                     SLEO II                             5/1/10
Nicholas Langi                      SLEO II                             5/1/10
Melanie Leventhal                   SLEO II                             5/1/10
Brett Lightner                      SLEO II                             5/1/10
James Mulholland                    SLEO II                             5/1/10
Jessica Newcomer                    SLEO II                             5/1/10
Kurt Pflugfelder                    SLEO II                             5/1/10
Samuel Ragonese                     SLEO II                             5/1/10
Michael Ross                        SLEO II                             5/1/10
James Swan                          SLEO II                             5/1/10
Matthew Vallen                      SLEO II                             5/1/10
Adam Wassmuth                       SLEO II                             5/1/10
Robert Wells                        SLEO II                             5/1/10
                                   REGULAR MEETING
                                   APRIL 20, 2010

Assessor
Dianne Kelly                       Clerk -Temporary            4/13 - 5/7/10

Clerk’s Office
Jennifer Hearon                    Clerk/Seasonal                     4/21/10

Fire Department

Walter Belles                      Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
John Bolton                        Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
Adam Feltwell                      Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
Christopher Fugee                  Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
Josh Albasi                        Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
Linsay Johnson                     Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
Matthew Johnson                    Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
Brad Ladishaw                      Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
David Lindsay                      Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
Kyle Osiecki                       Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
Michael Stork                      Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10
Anthony Zuccarelli                 Firefighter/EMT                    5/1/10

Public Works

Stephen Barth                      Laborer                            4/26/10
Joseph Carr                        Laborer                            4/26/10
William Flenders                   Laborer                            4/26/10
Robert Shearer                     Laborer                            4/26/10
Robert Watson                      Laborer                            4/26/10

Police Department

Thomas Fullerton                   Seasonal Code Enforcement          5/10/10
Kerry Vaccaro                      Seasonal Dispatch                  5/10/10

On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Duncan, the above appointments be confirmed.
Carried.

REPORTS:
CITY CLERK’S REPORT FOR MARCH 2010:
Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer…………………………….$ 54,467.48
REGISTRAR OF VITAL STATISTICS REPORT FOR MARCH 2010:
Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer…………………………….….$ 714.00
Totals in NW for Month:         Deaths -4- Marriages -0- Births -0-
FIRE DEPARMENT’S REPORT FOR MARCH 2010:
Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer……………………..…….$ 14,719.97
Total Incidents Handled by the Department for the Month………………      125
FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU REPORT FOR MARCH 2010:
Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer…………………….……….$ 2,770.00
Total Inspections for Month…………………………………………….                      69
TAX COLLECTOR’S REPORT FOR MARCH 2010:
Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer……………….……….….$ 648,935.94
SEWER COLLECTIONS REPORT FOR MARCH 2010:
Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer……………………….…….$ 106,292.74

NORTH WILDWOOD POLICE DEPT. REPORT FOR MARCH 2010:
Total monies turned over to the City Treasurer………………………………….$73.75
Total Incidents Handled by the Department for the Month……………… 2,023
                                        REGULAR MEETING
                                        APRIL 20, 2010

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 2010:
Detailing various projects and tasks performed by the Public Works Department.

On a motion by McCullion, seconded by Duncan, that the above reports be received and
filed as presented. Carried.


RESOLUTIONS:

# 83-10
RE:                                     Tonnage Grant Application

The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by Tolomeo, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.

# 84-10
RE:                                     Issuance Of Amusement Game Licenses- #31

The above resolution was offered by Ogen, seconded by Koehler, the roll being called,
all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.

# 85-10
RE:                                     Expressing Opposition To Any Changes In The
                                        New Jersey Urban Enterprise Zone Program

The above resolution was offered by Tolomeo, seconded by McCullion, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.
# 86-10
RE:                                     Honoring The Sacrifice Of Wounded And Ill
                                        Veterans

The above resolution was offered by McCullion, seconded by Koehler, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.
# 87-10
RE:                                     Awarding Contract For Supply, Installation And
                                        Servicing Of Vending Machines

The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by Duncan, the roll being called,
all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.
# 88-10
RE:                                     Awarding Boardwalk Replacement – 15th Avenue
                                        To 16th Avenue - Contract To Bud Concrete, Inc.

The above resolution was offered by McCullion, seconded by Koehler, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.
# 89-10
RE:                                     Awarding City Hall Site Concrete Improvements
                                        Contract To Bud Concrete, Inc.

The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by McCullion, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.
                                        REGULAR MEETING
                                        APRIL 20, 2010

# 90-10
RE:                                     Awarding Reconstruction Of West 20th Avenue
                                        Contract To Bogey’s Trucking & Paving, Inc.
                                        (SMB Paving, LLC)

The above resolution was offered by Tolomeo, seconded by Koehler, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted. Mayor Henfey explained that water improvements have been done and three
quotes were received for this work.

# 91-10
RE:                                     Awarding Spruce/Central Avenues Sidewalk
                                        Replacement Contract To Bud Concrete, Inc.

The above resolution was offered by Maschio, seconded by Koehler, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.

# 92-10
RE:                                     Extension Of Alcoholic Beverage License, State
                                        Assigned License #0507-32-016-008, Issued To
                                        Late Night, Inc. T/A JP Prime To Chapter 7
                                        Bankruptcy Trustee

The above resolution was offered by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, the roll being called,
all voting in the affirmative with Maschio abstaining, the President of Council declared
the resolution duly adopted, contingent upon completion of the Solicitor’s requests as
stated in a separate letter.

# 93-10
RE:                                     Rejecting Bid Received On Contract For
                                        Boardwalk Bathroom Maintenance And Cleaning
                                        Services

The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by McCullion, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.

# 94-10
RE:                                     Awarding A Contract For Boardwalk Bathroom
                                        Maintenance And Cleaning Services To Action
                                        Janitorial, Inc.

The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by Tolomeo, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.

# 95-10
RE:                                     Authorizing 2010 Municipal Budget Be Read By
                                        Title Only

The above resolution was offered by McCullion, seconded by Koehler, the roll being
called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.

# 96-10
RE:                                     Introduction Of 2010 Municipal Budget

The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by Duncan, the roll being called,
all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted. City Administrator Townsend summarized the 2010 Municipal Budget, which
                                       REGULAR MEETING
                                       APRIL 20, 2010

includes a 2.1 cent increase on the local purpose tax.           Mayor Henfey stated that
salaries are up 2% with contract, creation of the new construction office, increases in
health costs, utilities, debt services and the reserve for uncollected taxes. Also the City
lost State Aid.      A public hearing will be held on May 18th at 10:00 AM.

# 97-10
RE:                                    Authorizing City Clerk To Advertise Availability
                                       Of Requests For Qualifications And Proposals
                                       For 2010 North Wildwood Soccer Camp
                                       Contract

The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by Duncan, the roll being called,
all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly
adopted.

ORDINANCES:

ORDINANCE NO. 1580 - On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Ogen, that
Ordinance No. 1580 be placed on its second reading. Carried.

The Clerk read Ordinance No. 1580 by its title, as required by Law, known as “Bond
Ordinance Providing For Storm Drainage Improvements And The Replenishment Of
The Entire Beach In And By The City Of North Wildwood, In The County Of Cape
May, New Jersey, Appropriating $5,500,000 Therefor And Authorizing The Issuance
Of $5,431,250 Bonds Or Notes Of The City To Finance Part Of The Cost Thereof.”.

This Ordinance has been published according to Law, posted on the City Clerk’s bulletin
board with copies available in the City Clerk’s Office on request.

CITY ADMINISTRATOR TOWNSEND explained that FEMA is expected to
reimburse the City up to 75% for the money used to restore the beach.

The President of Council stated this was the time and place to hold a public hearing on
Ordinance No. 1580 and asked if anyone present had any objections to the passage of
this Ordinance. Hearing none, he then asked the Clerk if she had received any
objections in writing, the Clerk stated none, the President of Council declared the
hearing closed.

On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, that Ordinance No. 1580 be passed on
its second reading and published according to Law, the roll being called, all voting in the
affirmative, the President of Council declared Ordinance No. 1580 duly adopted.

ORDINANCE NO. 1581 - On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Tolomeo, that
Ordinance No. 1581 be placed on its second reading. Carried.
The Clerk read Ordinance No. 1581 by its title, as required by Law, known as “An
Ordinance Establishing No Parking Distances In The City Of North Wildwood From
Crosswalks, Intersections And Stop Signs.”.

This Ordinance has been published according to Law, posted on the City Clerk’s bulletin
board with copies available in the City Clerk’s Office on request.
COUNCILMAN MCCULLION stated that he does not support this ordinance as he
feels that it will be difficult and dangerous to see around corners with cars parked so
close. McCullion asked if there is a possibility of reviewing certain intersections later
on if there are problems. McCullion noted there may be lots of fender-benders.
The President of Council stated this was the time and place to hold a public hearing on
Ordinance No. 1581 and asked if anyone present had any objections to the passage of
this Ordinance. Hearing none, he then asked the Clerk if she had received any
objections in writing, the Clerk stated none, the President of Council declared the
hearing closed.
                                       REGULAR MEETING
                                       APRIL 20, 2010

On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Tolomeo, that Ordinance No. 1581 be passed on
its second reading and published according to Law, the roll being called, all voting in the
affirmative except McCullion voting no, the President of Council declared Ordinance
No. 1581 duly adopted.


ORDINANCE NO. 1582 - On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Ogen, that
Ordinance No. 1582 be placed on its first reading. Carried.

The Clerk read Ordinance No. 1582 by its title, known as “Calendar Year 2010
Ordinance To Exceed The Municipal Budget Appropriation Limits And To
Establish A Cap Bank (N.J.S.A. 40a: 4-45.14).”

CITY ADMINISTRATOR TOWNSEND explained the purpose of this ordinance.

On a motion by Duncan, seconded by McCullion, that Ordinance No. 1582 be passed
on its first reading and published according to Law, the Clerk called the roll, all voting
in the affirmative, the President of Council declared Ordinance No. 1582 passed on its
first reading.


FINANCE/VOUCHER LIST:

On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Duncan, authorizing payment of all approved
vouchers. Carried, with Ogen abstaining on the bill paid to Creative Entertainment.
As per Resolution #09-10, all bills listed below be paid and warrants drawn by the
proper officers for the stated amounts.

Check # Date       Vendor                                       Amount
   26627 4/15/2010 NJ STATE HEALTH BENEFITS PRGRM                $180,966.53
   26628 4/20/2010 AVAYA FINANCIAL SERVICES                          $533.60
   26629 4/20/2010 ADVANCED WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY                      $140.22
   26630 4/20/2010 AT&T                                                $0.62
   26631 4/20/2010 AVAYA                                             $115.04
   26632 4/20/2010 AVAYA INC                                       $2,033.97
   26633 4/20/2010 ABLE OFFICE PRODUCTS                               $49.90
   26634 4/20/2010 ALUMNI GRILL                                      $750.00
   26635 4/20/2010 AIR LAND AND SEA                                  $500.00
   26636 4/20/2010 ALLISTER BUSINESS SOLUTIONS                       $295.00
   26637 4/20/2010 ATLANTIC TELCOM                                 $1,514.65
   26638 4/20/2010 AT & T                                             $24.28
   26639 4/20/2010 BILLOWS ELECTRIC SUPPLY                           $182.30
   26640 4/20/2010 BROYHILL COMPANY                                  $130.69
   26641 4/20/2010 BRIGHT SIDE PUBLISHING                             $27.00
   26642 4/20/2010 CRYSTAL SPRINGS                                   $378.57
   26643 4/20/2010 BUD CONCRETE INC                               $29,509.76
   26644 4/20/2010 BEN MEADOWS COMPANY                               $912.00
   26645 4/20/2010 BAYSEA VETERINARY HOSPITAL                         $75.00
   26646 4/20/2010 CMC LEAGUE OF MUN.                                $400.00
   26647 4/20/2010 H B CHRISTMAN & SON                             $2,495.75
   26648 4/20/2010 JEFFREY B. COLE, SR.                              $144.90
   26649 4/20/2010 C.M.C.M.U.A.                                   $17,044.28
   26650 4/20/2010 CAPRIONI PORTABLE TOILETS                         $147.00
   26651 4/20/2010 CAPE ASSIST                                       $571.00
   26652 4/20/2010 CAFIERO AND BALLIETTE                          $10,213.88
   26653 4/20/2010 CAPE PROFESSIONAL BILLING, INC                  $1,123.14
   26654 4/20/2010 CDW GOVERNMENT, INC                                $83.71
   26655 4/20/2010 CAPE LUMBER,FENCE & STONE CO.                      $24.58
   26656 4/20/2010 COMCAST                                           $299.32
   26657 4/20/2010 ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC                         $14,669.83
   26658 4/20/2010 COMCAST                                            $67.04
26659   4/20/2010 CREATIVE ENTERTAINMENT            $14,080.00
26660   4/20/2010 COLONIAL ELECTRIC SUPPLY              $12.94
26661   4/20/2010 CIT                                  $147.31
26662   4/20/2010 DELL COMPUTER CORP.                  $146.24
26663   4/20/2010 DYNAMIC IMAGING SYSTEMS, INC.      $4,320.00
26664   4/20/2010 DEL.AUDIO VISUAL INTER./DESIGN    $29,024.79
26665   4/20/2010 DOTTIE DRAKE                         $100.00
26666   4/20/2010 ENERGY STORE BATTERIES GALORE      $1,098.72
26667   4/20/2010 FUTURE MINING & RECYCLING, INC     $2,671.04
26668   4/20/2010 FIRST DUE EMERGENCY SUPPLY CO        $157.72
26669   4/20/2010 FARM RITE INC                      $2,239.89
26670   4/20/2010 GRAINGER INDUSTRIES                   $21.35
26671   4/20/2010 GENSERVE, INC.                     $1,620.00
26672   4/20/2010 GALLS - (POLICE ACCT)                 $35.00
26673   4/20/2010 GLOBAL CONNECT                       $164.34
26674   4/20/2010 GARDEN STATE GENERAL CONST.          $600.00
26675   4/20/2010 CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD               $949.00
26676   4/20/2010 HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES         $1,293.65
26677   4/20/2010 THE HARDWARE STORE                   $174.66
26678   4/20/2010 INST. FOR FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY        $425.00
26679   4/20/2010 JOYCEMEDIA                           $210.00
26680   4/20/2010 KINDLE FORD                          $830.17
26681   4/20/2010 JOSEPH KENNEY                      $1,100.00
26682   4/20/2010 LEADER PRINTERS                      $332.78
26683   4/20/2010 LAWSON PRODUCTS                      $287.37
26684   4/20/2010 LOWE'S BUSINESS ACCOUNT              $201.07
26685   4/20/2010 LION TOTAL CARE                       $11.00
26686   4/20/2010 MATCO TOOLS                           $92.39
26687   4/20/2010 METLIFE SMALL BUSINESS CENTER         $73.44
26688   4/20/2010 OFFICE OF NATHAN VAN EMBDEN        $1,000.00
26689   4/20/2010 MONTEGO BAY RESORT                    $79.18
26690   4/20/2010 NJ CONFERENCE OF MAYORS              $155.00
                  NORTH WILDWOOD BD OF
26691   4/20/2010 EDUCATION                        $534,475.00
26692   4/20/2010 NEXTEL                             $2,241.27
26693   4/20/2010 MARY OTT                             $750.00
26694   4/20/2010 PITNEY BOWES                         $418.00
26695   4/20/2010 THE PRESS                            $324.68
26696   4/20/2010 PARAMOUNT SANITARY CHEMICAL CO       $400.24
26697   4/20/2010 PITNEY BOWES CREDIT CORP.          $1,230.00
26698   4/20/2010 POLAR BEAR MECHANICAL SERVICES     $5,040.00
26699   4/20/2010 PARA PLUS INTERPRETER                $352.00
26700   4/20/2010 THE PAIGE COMPANY                    $910.00
26701   4/20/2010 RED THE UNIFORM TAILOR, INC.       $4,082.20
26702   4/20/2010 RAWDEN'S OFFICE SERVICE LLC           $13.44
26703   4/20/2010 ARTHUR S. REESE                      $100.00
26704   4/20/2010 SOUTH JERSEY WELDING                  $35.71
26705   4/20/2010 SOUTH JERSEY AUTO SUPPLY             $231.28
26706   4/20/2010 SOUTH JERSEY GAS CO                $9,291.52
26707   4/20/2010 STAPLES                              $100.98
26708   4/20/2010 K.C. SCHAEFER SUPPLY CO., INC.     $4,349.60
26709   4/20/2010 STEWART BUSINESS SYSTEMS LLC         $445.00
26710   4/20/2010 SPICA STEEL INC                      $595.00
26711   4/20/2010 SECURITY CAMERAS DIRECT               $58.13
26712   4/20/2010 SERVICE STATION SERVICE INC.       $1,352.60
26713   4/20/2010 STAPLES ADVANTAGE                     $90.70
26714   4/20/2010 SEAGULL STORAGE PARTNERS             $477.00
26715   4/20/2010 TURN OUT FIRE EQUIPMENT              $255.00
26716   4/20/2010 THE TIMES                            $176.82
26717   4/20/2010 TRIAD ASSOCIATES                   $1,000.00
26718   4/20/2010 VAN NOTE-HARVEY ASSOCIATES           $544.00
26719   4/20/2010 VINELAND AUTO ELECTRIC, INC.         $148.00
26720   4/20/2010 VERIZON                            $1,078.89
26721   4/20/2010 VERIZON CABS                         $728.88
26722   4/20/2010 WEST PAYMENT CENTER                  $271.32
26723   4/20/2010 WESTERN PEST CONTROL                 $255.50
26724   4/20/2010 TED KINGSTON, INC.                 $7,126.57
    26725   4/20/2010 WASTE MANAGEMENT                              $1,620.00
    26726   4/20/2010 WISTAR EQUIPMENT, INC.                        $7,136.50
    26727   4/20/2010 WINDY ACRES                                     $178.50
    26728   4/20/2010 WB MASON CO INC                                 $216.95
    26729   4/20/2010 XEROX CORPORATION                               $165.12

COUNCIL:

COUNCILMAN KOEHLER reminded all to vote in the school election today.

MAYOR HENFEY stated that May 1st is Loyalty Day with a ceremony at 10 AM at
City Hall. Mothers Day is May 9th. Captain Kidd’s Weekend is May 15th. Recreation
Department Supervisor Rick Haas stated that there is not much room on the beach at
19th Avenue but the day will be busy with a parade beginning at 11 AM and the Treasure
Hunt at 12 Noon.

PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL ROSENELLO stated that there will be a special
meeting of the City Council on Thursday, April 22 at 10:30 to discuss contract
negotiations in closed session.

PUBLIC:

TONY CAVALIER, Beach Patrol Chief, stated that the Beach Patrol needs guidelines
on how far they will go in helping transport people on the new beach. It is a very
different look with the new dune and they will be getting a lot of questions and requests.
Mayor Henfey stated that the matter will be discussed in a meeting of the Public Safety
Committee.

ADJOURNMENT:

On a motion by Duncan, seconded by Koehler, that there being no further business
before Council, we do now adjourn. Carried.     10:35 A.M.

                                               APPROVED:


                                               _________________________________
                                               William J. Henfey - Mayor

ATTEST:


_____________________________________
Janet H. Harkins - City Clerk

This is a generalization of the meeting of April 20, 2009 and not a verbatim
transcript.

				
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