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CAUCUS MEETING

JUNE 20, 2017

9:30 AM

Members Present: Present were Mayor Patrick Rosenello, President of Council Salvatore Zampirri, Councilpersons Kellyann Tolomeo, James Kane, David Del Conte and Margaret Bishop. Councilmen Edwin Koehler and Joseph Rullo were not present. Also present were City Administrator Kevin Yecco, Solicitor William Kaufmann and Engineer Ralph Petrella.
SOLICITOR KAUFMANN recused himself from the imminent executive session and left Council Chambers.
RESOLUTION:
# 162-17

RE: Private Meeting – Litigation

The above resolution was offered by Kane, seconded by Tolomeo, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted. 9:31 AM
On a motion by Tolomeo, seconded by Bishop, that Council now return to open session. Carried. 9:45 AM
On a motion by Kane, seconded by Del Conte, that caucus be adjourned. Carried. 9:45 AM
SOLICITOR KAUFMANN reentered Council Chambers at 9:46 AM.
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10:00 A.M.
A regular meeting of the North Wildwood City Council was held in 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 revised 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 4, 2017.”
ROLL CALL: Members Present: Present were Mayor Patrick Rosenello, President of Council Salvatore Zampirri, Councilpersons Kellyann Tolomeo, James Kane, David Del Conte and Margaret Bishop. Councilmen Edwin Koehler and Joseph Rullo were not present. Also present were City Administrator Kevin Yecco, Solicitor William Kaufmann and Engineer Ralph Petrella.
MAYOR ROSENELLO stated that the under the direction of Chief Matthew Gallagher, the North Wildwood Police Department has completed the accreditation process as prescribed by the State Association of Chiefs of Police. Mr. Harry Delgado, representing the Association, was introduced by the Mayor.
HARRY DELGADO, Accreditation Program Manager of the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, gave the following explanation of the accreditation process and the significance of achieving the status of accredited police department:
The North Wildwood Policed Department achieved Accredited Status after a final on-site review on November 14-15, 2016.
Accreditation status represents a significant professional achievement.

•Of 470 Police Departments in the State of New Jersey, only 182 are Accredited; only 34% get reaccredited; 8% get a 2nd reaccreditation; 0.019% get a 3rd reaccreditation.


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• Accreditation is a process! The foundation of Accreditation lies in the adoption of standards containing a clear statement of professional objectives.

• Accreditation is a progressive and time-proven way of helping law enforcement agencies calculate and improve their overall performances.

• It is the certification by an independent reviewing authority, the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police, which the accredited agency carefully measured against an established set of state and national standards and has met or exceeded accepted practices in the field of law enforcement.

• Research shows that accredited agencies have 11% fewer police professional liability claims, 18% fewer worker compensation claims and 31% fewer auto liability claims. Moreover, municipalities that participate in a MEL affiliated Joint Insurance Fund (JIFF) stand to receive substantial insurance premium discounts when their police department attains accreditation.


In addition to these fiscal advantages, there are other important benefits of accreditation:

• Accreditation provides objective evidence of an agency's commitment to excellence in leadership, resource management, and service delivery.

• Government officials can be more confident in the agency's ability to operate efficiently and meet community needs.

• Accreditation embodies the precepts of community oriented policing. It creates a forum in which police and citizens work together to prevent and control challenges confronting law enforcement and provides clear direction about community expectations.

• Accreditation standards give the Chief a proven management system of written directives, sound training, clearly defined lines of authority, and routine reports that support decision making and resource allocation.

• Officers in accredited agencies are able to take pride that they have been objectively recognized for their professionalism and adherence to the highest standards.



Exemplary performance issues: The North Wildwood Police Department works every day to be an asset to their community and strives to live up to their professional responsibilities.
The North Wildwood Police Department is tasked with policing a resort community that has year-round residential population that experiences a substantial seasonal influx in the summer and early-fall months. The agency
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follows a community policing model that provides superior police services to all who live in and visit the City. It was evident that the residents and business owners embrace the agency actions and efforts. Numerous contacts were made with the assessment team during the on-site from both entities in support of the agency and the accreditation effort. This was also visibly witnessed through the countless "We Support Our Police" signs that were observed posted on residential lawns and business fronts throughout the City.
The assessment team received numerous phone calls during the call-in session from residents, business owners, and surrounding law enforcement agency executives. All of the phone calls that were received were very supportive of the agency. The common characteristics that the residents and business owners used to describe the agency included a high level of professionalism, ahead of the curve in policing techniques, focus on community policing, and quick to address any issues and concerns. The surrounding law enforcement agency executives detailed the agency's ability to build strong working relationships with the other agencies within the county and continually demonstrate a high level of professionalism and commitment to the community.
The North Wildwood Police Department passed the on-site inspection with a perfect score! There were no issues, findings or recommendations made by the assessment team.
It is the opinion of the assessment team that the North Wildwood Police Department is a highly professional and committed agency which exemplifies all of the tenets of Law Enforcement Accreditation at the state and national level.
Therefore, The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police and the New Jersey Law Enforcement Commission, congratulates Chief Matthew Gallagher, Accreditation Manager Captain Kevin Tolan, the members of the North Wildwood Police Department, the Mayor and Council and those citizens they so proudly serve, for achieving state accreditation, joining a very exclusive group of law enforcement agencies that have made this important commitment to excellence in policing. Congratulations!

MR. DELGADO presented Mayor Rosenello and Chief Gallagher with the framed Certification of Accreditation and pictures were taken.
MINUTES: On a motion by Bishop, seconded by Tolomeo, that the minutes of the regular meeting of June 7, 2017 be approved as read. Carried.
COMMUNICATIONS:
FORD-SCOTT ASSOCIATES

RE: Report of 2016 Municipal Audit


On a motion by Kane, seconded by Tolomeo, that the above correspondence be received, accepted and filed. Carried.
OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK

RE: Notice of Primary Election Results, June 6


On a motion by Kane, seconded by Tolomeo, that the above correspondence be received, accepted and filed. Carried.
CAPE MAY COUNTY MUA

RE: Notice of Reallocation of 2016 User Charges/Regional Wastewater Services



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On a motion by Kane, seconded by Tolomeo, that the above correspondence be received, accepted and filed. Carried.
ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC COMPANY

RE: Notice of Public Hearing, June 28


On a motion by Kane, seconded by Tolomeo, that the above correspondence be received, accepted and filed. Carried.
SOUTH JERSEY GAS COMPANY

RE: Notice of Suspension of Proposed Rate Increases Until October 28 Pending Further Review by NJBPU


On a motion by Kane, seconded by Tolomeo, that the above correspondence be received, accepted and filed. Carried.
WATERS EDGE ENVIRONMENTAL

RE: NJDEP Waterfront Application, 203 Delaware Avenue


On a motion by Kane, seconded by Tolomeo, that the above correspondence be received, accepted and filed. Carried.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY ABC

RE: Renewal of ABC License #0507-33-008-006 Van Gelas, Inc. (Conflict License)


On a motion by Kane, seconded by Tolomeo, that the above correspondence be received, accepted and filed. Carried.
SPECIAL EVENT

RE: Italian-American Festival, June 23-25


On a motion by Bishop, seconded by Del Conte, that the above special events application be approved. Carried.
SPECIAL EVENT

RE: Alexander’s Little Run That Could, July 8


On a motion by Bishop, seconded by Del Conte, that the above special events application be approved. Carried.
SPECIAL EVENT

RE: Anglesea Night Market #2, July 13


On a motion by Bishop, seconded by Del Conte, that the above special events application be approved. Carried.
SPECIAL EVENT

RE: Sun & Sand Police/Fire 5K, July 15


On a motion by Bishop, seconded by Del Conte, that the above special events application be approved. Carried.
SPECIAL EVENT

RE: Anglesea Night Market #3, July 27


On a motion by Bishop, seconded by Del Conte, that the above special events application be approved. Carried.
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SPECIAL EVENT

RE: Crab & Beer Festival Stage Request, August 5


On a motion by Bishop, seconded by Del Conte, that the above special events application be approved. Carried.
SPECIAL EVENT

RE: Anglesea Night Market #4, August 10


On a motion by Bishop, seconded by Del Conte, that the above special events application be approved. Carried.
SPECIAL EVENT

RE: Elvis Tribute/Summer Nites, August 12


On a motion by Bishop, seconded by Del Conte, that the above special events application be approved. Carried.
APPOINTMENTS:
Beach Patrol:

Claire Brady Lifeguard 6/21/17

Matt Wade Lifeguard 6/21/17

Danielle Shead Lifeguard 6/21/17

Leonardo Zaccaria Lifeguard 6/21/17

Richard Giandrea Lifeguard 6/21/17

Morgan Cylc Lifeguard 6/21/17

Rae Lin Engel Lifeguard 6/21/17

Matthew Romano Lifeguard 6/21/17

Mike Gibson Lifeguard 6/21/17

Brian Dulin Lifeguard 6/21/17

Matthew Gain Lifeguard 6/21/17

Daniel Drumm Lifeguard 6/21/17

Laura Dingler Lifeguard 6/21/17

Peter Comas Lifeguard 6/21/17
Recreation Department:

Mary Golden Tourism Rep. 6/20/17

Mohamed Fathi Recreation Aide 6/23/17

Jeffrey Sakimura Recreation Aide 7/1/17

Jude Vogelman Recreation Aide 7/1/17

Joseph Jett Maintenance 8/1/17


Public Works Department:

Wayne Vogel Laborer 6/21/17

Christopher Jones Laborer 6/23/17

On a motion by Tolomeo, seconded by Kane, the above seasonal appointments be confirmed. Carried.
Anglesea Fire Company:

Dillon Mole Volunteer Firefighter

Brian Onuskanych Volunteer Firefighter

Richard Redmer Volunteer Firefighter


On a motion by Tolomeo, seconded by Kane, the roll being called with all voting in the affirmative, the above appointments were confirmed.

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