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REGULAR MEETING

AUGUST 1, 2017

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: Present were Mayor Patrick Rosenello, President of Council Salvatore Zampirri, Councilpersons Edwin Koehler, Margaret Bishop, Kellyann Tolomeo, James Kane and David Del Conte. Councilman Joseph Rullo was not present. Also present were City Administrator Kevin Yecco, Solicitor William Kaufmann and Engineer Ralph Petrella.
MINUTES: On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Tolomeo, that the minutes of the regular meeting of July18, 2017 be approved as read. Carried.
Jaqueline Hinker, Veteran Community Outreach Specialist, U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs informed Mayor and Council that they are expanding their outreach program to Cape May County. Their team is working to inform and educate veterans, military personnel and their families on the services available to them through the Dept. of Veterans Affairs. The outreach program focuses on enrolling members in veteran healthcare. The availability of services will depend on the amount of members enrolled; more members enrolled will expand services available.
Patrick Carney Veteran Community Outreach Specialist, U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs stated they attended the Barbeque and Blues Festival and would like to continue attending special events throughout the city.
COMMUNICATIONS:

AMERICAN RED CROSS

RE: Thank you to NWBP for June Blood Drive
STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEP

RE: Coastal General Permit, 432 W. 16th Avenue


HDG ENGINEERING

RE: Coastal General Permit Application, 414-416 W. 15th Avenue


NEHMAD, PERILLO & DAVIS

RE: Wawa, Inc. Request for Removal of Maryland Ave. Dead-End


CMC FARE FREE TRANSPORTATION

RE: Notice of Public Hearing, August 14


On a motion by Tolomeo, seconded by Kane, that the above correspondence be received, accepted and filed. Carried.
SAVE WILDWOOD CATHOLIC

RE: Application for Social Affair Permit, Irish Festival, Sept. 22-24


On a motion by Del Conte, seconded by Tolomeo, that the above application be approved and filed with the State. Carried.
REGULAR MEETING

AUGUST 1, 2017
ORDINANCES:
ORDINANCE NO. 1719 - On a motion by Tolomeo, seconded by Del Conte, that Ordinance No. 1719 be placed on its second reading. Carried.
The Deputy City Clerk read Ordinance No. 1719 by its title, as required by Law, known as “An Ordinance Providing for Flood Damage Prevention.
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.
The President of Council stated this was the time and place to hold a public hearing on Ordinance No. 1719 and asked if anyone present had any objections to the passage of this Ordinance.
MAYOR ROSENELLO asked Ron Simone if this update was a requirement from NFIP (National Flood Insurance Program) with the answer being that the City was required to adopt new FIRMS or be removed from the program.
SOLICITOR KAUFMANN stated that as an alternative to making multiple amendments to individual sections of original ordinance, the ordinance was repealed and replaced.
The President of Council then asked the Deputy City Clerk if she had received any objections in writing, the Deputy City Clerk stated none, the President of Council declared the hearing closed.
On a motion by Kane, seconded by Bishop, that Ordinance No. 1719 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. 1719 duly adopted.
RESOLUTIONS:
# 187-17

RE: Refund for Overpayment of Sewer Taxes

The above resolution was offered by Bishop, seconded by Kane, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted.
# 188-17

RE: Refund for Overpayment of Real Estate Taxes

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.
# 189-17

RE: Cancelling Amounts on Sewer Accounts

The above resolution was offered by Bishop, seconded by Del Conte, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted.
# 190-17

RE: Authorizing Approval of Change Order #1-Final & Payment Certificate #1-Final Demolition of 201 West Walnut Avenue


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

REGULAR MEETING

AUGUST 1, 2017
# 191-17

RE: Authorizing Approval of Change Order #1-Final & Payment Certificate #2-Final 2017 Emergency Beach Fill Project

The above resolution was offered by Kane, seconded by Bishop, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted.
#192-17 Authorizing Approval of Payment Certificate #3- Final 2017 Beach Fill Project
The above resolution was offered by Koehler, seconded by Bishop, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted.
# 193-17

RE: Authorizing City Clerk to Advertise for Bids for One 2017 or 2018 Chevrolet Colorado or Equivalent



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.
FINANCE/VOUCHER LIST:
On a motion by Tolomeo, seconded by Koehler, authorizing payment of all approved vouchers. Carried, with Kane abstaining on the payments to Carolyn Collier and Zampiri abstaining on payments to Anthony & Salvatore Zampirri. As per Resolution #11-17, all bills listed below be paid and warrants drawn by the proper officers for the stated amounts.

Check #

Check Date

Vendor Name

Net Amount

43430

7/19/2017

Mae Cecilia Bischoff

500.00

43431

7/19/2017

Ava Karnish

150.00

43432

7/19/2017

Rose McGough

100.00

43502

7/20/2017

DIAMOND PRODUCTIONS, INC.

1,750.00

43503

7/20/2017

FOUR ACES

0

43504

7/20/2017

Maple Direct Mail

3,635.84

43505

7/20/2017

MICHAEL PIPER

1,250.00

43506

7/20/2017

YEAMON MUSIC, INC.

1,200.00

43507

7/20/2017

SOSCTB LLC

1,125.00

43508

7/20/2017

NJ STATE HEALTH BENEFITS PRGRM

201,377.17

43509

8/1/2017

ANTHONY PORTER

325.00

43510

8/1/2017

ATLANTIC TIME SYSTEMS, INC.

450.00

43511

8/1/2017

ATLANTIC CTY MUNICIPAL JIF

146,579.00

43512

8/1/2017

ASPHALT PAVING SYSTEMS, INC

19,015.34

43513

8/1/2017

JOHN ADAIR

975.00

43514

8/1/2017

Andrew Zielinski

800.00

43515

8/1/2017

ANTHOMUS EVANS

145.00

43516

8/1/2017

BOARDWALK SID MGMT CORP.

20,000.00

43517

8/1/2017

FRANK BASILE

210.00

43518

8/1/2017

GOLD MEDAL ENVIORMENTAL NJINC

43,194.50

43519

8/1/2017

BARBER CONSULTING SERVICES

1,294.99

43520

8/1/2017

ANGIE BUCCELLA

105.00

43521

8/1/2017

LINDSAY B. BECHTLER

35.00

43522

8/1/2017

B W STETSON LLC

113.60

43523

8/1/2017

Barker, Gelfand & James, PC

2,884.80

43523

8/1/2017

Barker, Gelfand & James, PC

1,727.60

43524

8/1/2017

CAPE POWER EQUIPMENT, INC

153.17

43525

8/1/2017

C.M.C.M.U.A.

39,300.73

43526

8/1/2017

COASTAL LANDSCAPING

1,331.37

43527

8/1/2017

CAPE MAY COUNTY CLERK

1,185.65

43528

8/1/2017

BRIAN CUNNIFF

105.00

43529

8/1/2017

COMCAST

395.00

43530

8/1/2017

CAROLYN COLLIER

140.00

43531

8/1/2017

ATLANTIC CITY ELECTRIC

46.38

43532

8/1/2017

COL JAMES & DONNA KING

1,393.38

43533

8/1/2017

CAFIERO & KAUFMANN

634.50

43533

8/1/2017

CAFIERO & KAUFMANN

1,768.50

43533

8/1/2017

CAFIERO & KAUFMANN

1,674.00

43533

8/1/2017

CAFIERO & KAUFMANN

12,500.00

43534

8/1/2017

COMCAST

380.28

43535

8/1/2017

WALLACE F CARTY, JR

140.00

43536

8/1/2017

THOMAS DE FELICE

70.00

43537

8/1/2017

DANIEL STAFANKIEWICZ

175.00

43538

8/1/2017

DUFFY STRING BAND

1,200.00

43539

8/1/2017

ENVIROMENTAL & TECHNICAL SERV

1,200.00

43540

8/1/2017

ERIC HURFF

900.00

43541

8/1/2017

EDEWARD DEAN

369.82

43542

8/1/2017

MARGUERITE FUSCIA

245.00

43543

8/1/2017

GREENBAUM ROWE SMITH DAVIS LLP

12,684.00

43544

8/1/2017

GARDEN STATE GENERAL CONST.

49,516.95

43545

8/1/2017

GRASSY SOUNDS MARINA OPERATION

526.58

43546

8/1/2017

KERRY HALL

510.00

43547

8/1/2017

BRIAN M. HAAS

255.00

43548

8/1/2017

HIGHLAND PRODUCTS GROUP, LLC

19,841.00

43549

8/1/2017

SHAI HENRY

300.00

43550

8/1/2017

SKIP HOPPING

540.00

43551

8/1/2017

CONNOR HURFF

975.00

43552

8/1/2017

WILLIAM T HELM

800.00

43553

8/1/2017

Heyer, Gruel, & Associates

1,747.50

43554

8/1/2017

INST. FOR FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY

9,075.00

43555

8/1/2017

JARED M. IRWIN

900.00

43556

8/1/2017

JOSHUA MARCUS GROUP LLC

896.00

43556

8/1/2017

JOSHUA MARCUS GROUP LLC

925.00

43557

8/1/2017

JOHN & EVELYN GIEL

535.23

43558

8/1/2017

JAMES CROWLEY

30.00

43559

8/1/2017

JOSHUA PHILLIPS

800.00

43560

8/1/2017

JAXON TOMLIN

200.00

43561

8/1/2017

KIERA REGAN

325.00

43562

8/1/2017

KRISTIE SILVA

135.00

43563

8/1/2017

LIGHTS OUT MUSIC LLC

1,500.00

43564

8/1/2017

LE NEAUX PRODUCTIONS

1,500.00

43565

8/1/2017

MACKENZIE MCCRACKEN

260.00

43565

8/1/2017

MACKENZIE MCCRACKEN

800.00

43566

8/1/2017

MICHELLE METTLER

70.00

43567

8/1/2017

M G SIGNS

500.00

43568

8/1/2017

EDWARD MAGAN

105.00

43569

8/1/2017

M. S. BROWN JEWELERS

100.00

43570

8/1/2017

MADDIE MCCRACKEN

325.00

43571

8/1/2017

RACHEL MAMMELE

140.00

43572

8/1/2017

MARIANNA PAPAZOGLOU

650.00

43573

8/1/2017

JOHN P MCCORMICK JR

360.00

43574

8/1/2017

M.J.J. CONSTRUCTION, LLC

7,650.00

43575

8/1/2017

GIRLS NEXT DOOR

1,600.00

43576

8/1/2017

NATHAN VAN EMBDEN

2,432.00

43577

8/1/2017

STEVE RANSOM

68.73

43578

8/1/2017

THE PRESS

158.88

43579

8/1/2017

WILLIAM PIOTROWSKI, JR.

210.00

43580

8/1/2017

RICHARD STOCKTON COLLEGE

5,559.27

43581

8/1/2017

JOSEPH H RULLO

800.00

43582

8/1/2017

WILLIAM RULON

800.00

43583

8/1/2017

RYAN SCHROY

900.00

43584

8/1/2017

SHORE COUNSELING, LLC

643.12

43585

8/1/2017

KEVIN SANTIAGO

800.00

43586

8/1/2017

SOUTH JERSEY FASTENERS

1,158.37

43587

8/1/2017

STATE OF NEW JERSEY

525.00

43588

8/1/2017

THE SUN BY THE SEA

700.00

43589

8/1/2017

KIMBERLY STOCKS

390.00

43590

8/1/2017

CAPE MAY COUNTY TREASURER

3,675.75

43591

8/1/2017

VINCENT J. TROMBETTA

175.00

43592

8/1/2017

TAYLOR OIL COMPANY

7,971.40

43592

8/1/2017

TAYLOR OIL COMPANY

4,276.39

43593

8/1/2017

TRINITY CODE INSPECTIONS LLC

28,437.80

43594

8/1/2017

THOMAS J RAIMO

400.00

43595

8/1/2017

TYLER TOMLIN

800.00

43596

8/1/2017

VAN NOTE-HARVEY ASSOCIATES

314.10

43597

8/1/2017

VIRGINA LAUER

50.00

43598

8/1/2017

VERIZON WIRELESS

3,306.38

43599

8/1/2017

THE DEWEESE LAW FIRM

644.00

43599

8/1/2017

THE DEWEESE LAW FIRM

514.50

43599

8/1/2017

THE DEWEESE LAW FIRM

1,505.53

43600

8/1/2017

CITY OF WILDWOOD - WATER

10,822.25

43600

8/1/2017

CITY OF WILDWOOD - WATER

42.65

43601

8/1/2017

CITY OF WILDWOOD

15,304.08

43602

8/1/2017

XEROX CORPORATION

1,211.90

43603

8/1/2017

RAMADAN BAYYAN

900.00

43604

8/1/2017

KMY CONSULTING SERVICES LLC

7,776.75

43605

8/1/2017

ANTHONY ZAMPIRRI

850.00

43606

8/1/2017

SALVATORE T ZAMPIRRI JR.

900.00


COUNCIL:
COUNCILMAN KANE stated that tonight is National Night Out and is his favorite night of the year.

PUBLIC:
Theresa Allendorf, 324 W. Walnut Avenue, stated that she has the original paperwork from when the city agreed to dead-end Maryland Avenue near the Wawa entrance. She and her neighbors do not want their neighborhood turning into a speedway like the Wawa in Rio Grande. She asked the Mayor and Council to please consider keeping the street closed. The residents in her neighborhood fought long and hard to make the current arrangement and they still do not want the street open.
Carol Gibson, 215 W. 24th Avenue, stated that the house next-door to her is in deplorable condition. She has been complaining to the City for 15 years now. Councilman Koehler did return her phone calls. There is an opossum living in the backyard that might harm or kill her dog, the siding is about to fall down and she is afraid that it may fall and harm her grandchildren. The landlord is a slumlord. The tenants had no water or electric so they ran a generator for 72 hours straight. She stated that she held a graduation party in her back yard for her grandson who just graduated from the Cape May County Police Academy; no one could hear one another talk over the noise of the generator. The Police finally came and had the tenants shut the generator off. Everyone tells her there is nothing she can do; she asked Mayor and Council to please help her. She is tired of the constant profanity coming from the tenants. The house is going to auction and she may have to spend her life savings trying to solve the problem.
RESOLUTION:
# 186-17

RE: Private Meeting – Contract Negotiations

The above resolution was offered by Tolomeo, seconded by Del Conte, the roll being called, all voting in the affirmative, the President of Council declared the resolution duly adopted. 10:23 AM
On a motion by Koehler, seconded by Bishop, that Council now return to open session. Carried. 10:40 AM
ADJOURNMENT:
On a motion by Tolomeo, seconded by Koehler, that there being no further business before Council, we do now adjourn. Carried. 10:40 AM.
APPROVED:
_________________________________

Patrick T. Rosenello, Mayor



ATTEST:
_____________________________________

Jennifer VanSant, Deputy City Clerk


This is a generalization of the meeting of August 1, 2017 and not a verbatim transcript.
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