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SOMERSET COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS

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SOMERSET COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS

     SOMERSET COUNTY BOARD OF

    CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS

    AGENDA SESSION OF OCTOBER 16, 2003

    FOR REGULAR MEETING ON OCTOBER 21, 2003

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

PRAYER:

    OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT:

ROLL CALL:

    EMPLOYEE PRESENTATIONS:

    ? Employee of the Month (September) John Kendzulak, Engineering

    ? Special Recognition Gregg Griffin, Buddy Hope and Colin King,

     Public Works/Recycling

PROCLAMATIONS:

    4A DAYS IN SOMERSET COUNTY

    NOVEMBER 7 TO NOVEMBER 9, 2003

    Asian-Pacific Assocation for Advancement (4A) at AT&T

    Larry Uno, 4A National Executive VP of Operations accepting

APPOINTMENTSl

    ? Mike Sheng, Montgomery High School, Somerset County Youth Council

REPORTS:

    NEW ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED:

PUBLIC:

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     CONSENT AGENDA

ALL MATTERS LISTED HEREUNDER ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE IN

    NATURE AND WILL BE ENACTED UPON IN ONE MOTION. ANY PERSON MAY

    REQUEST THAT AN ITEM BE REMOVED FOR SEPARATE CONSIDERATION.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES: October 7, 2003

APPROVAL OF PERSONNEL LETTER: #216

COMMUNICATIONS:

217. State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Division of Local

    Government Services, approving Insertion of Special Item of Revenue into the 2003

    Somerset County Budget, R03-539, FY2003 Byrne Formula Grant, (Multi-

    Jurisdictional Narcotics Task Force, $179,800.00 federal pass-through funding and

    $73,440.00 required cash match

218. Opposing the adoption of S2662 and A3778 creating four regional Quality Hone

    Care Councils and requiring that all home health aides in Medicaid programs join a

    Council:

     a. County of Morris, Board of Chosen Freeholders, Resolution 43

     b. Community Visiting Nurse Association,

219. Township of Princeton, resolution endorsing intersection improvements at Great

    Road/Cherry Valley Road.

220. Brett Radi, Somerset County Clerk, transmitting a check in the amount of

    $3,330,332.39 of which $1,230,124.00 is retained by Somerset County for its own use.

221. David T. D’Alonzo, Superintendent of Schools, Somerset County Vo-Tech, resigning

    from Somerset County Boards due to his impending retirement:

     a. Greater Raritan Workforce Investment Board

     b. Youth Services Commission

Letter of Appreciation

222. David Munyak, President, The Meadows Foundation, thanking the Freeholder

    Board for use of the Community Box at the Commerce Bank Ballpark in August.

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     NEW BUSINESS

    RESOLUTIONS/ORDINANCES:

ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS Denise Coyle, Freeholder Liaison

Mike Amorosa

    03-605 Approving change of Weight Limit on County Bridge No. C0601 Elm Street,

    Branchburg Township/Hillsborough Township, reduction to 3 tons.

03-606 Authorizing Application for Fiscal Year 2005 Federal Funds and Supporting

    Various Projects under the Local Lead Transportation Improvement

    Program for projects located in Somerset County, Federal funding, no

    county match.

    PLANNING BOARD - Rick Fontana, Freeholder Liaison

03-607 Sunrise Assisted Living Investments, Inc., c/o Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith,

    Ravin, Davis and Himmel LLP, Woodbridge, NJ, $117,600.00 Developer’s

    fair share obligation toward the King George Road Corridor Improvement

    Area, for the development of Bernards Township, Block 185, Lots 20 and 21

    as an assisted-living facility of 77 units with 39 parking spaces to be located

    on King George Road (County Route #651).

PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE Peter S. Palmer, Freeholder Liaison

03-608 Application for the reimbursement of funds for the Anti-Insurance Fraud

    Activities for Law Enforcement Investigation, Prosecution and Training,

    continuation of an Insurance fraud Program already in place, no county

    match.

FINANCE - Bob Zaborowski, Freeholder Liaison

03-609 Insertion of Special Item of Revenue into the 2003 Somerset County Budget,

    ARC Transportation Services, $355,000.00.

MOTION TO ADOPT CONSENT AGENDA___________________________

SECOND____________________________________________________________________

VOTE_______________________________________________________________________

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     REGULAR MEETING

NEW BUSINESS

AWARD OF CONTRACT - PROFESSIONAL SERVICES/EUS

Peter S. Palmer

    03-610 The University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), New

    Brunswick NJ, for services as the Somerset County Jail Physician, not to

    exceed $96,408.00.

Dave Lorimer

    03-611 T&M Associates, Middletown, NJ, Engineering Design Services for the

    Reconstruction of Cedar Grove Lane (CR 619) from Amwell Road to New

    Brunswick Road, Franklin Township, not to exceed $450,600.00.

03-612 Hatch Mott MacDonald, Millburn, NJ, Remedial Investigations Relating to

    Underground Storage Tank Removals at Somerset County Central

    Maintenance Facility at 750 East Main Street, Bridgewater Township

    pursuant to New

    Jersey Department of Environmental Protection requirements, not to exceed

    $75,900.00

    ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS Denise Coyle, Freeholder Liaison

Mike Amorosa

    03-613 Authorizing Change Order #1 and Final Payment for R03-241 adopted April

    1, 2003 to Foggia-Supreme Electric, Incorporated, East Hanover, NJ for

    Traffic Signal Installation at the Intersection of East Main Street (Cr 533)

    and Pearl Street/Ramsey Street Bridgewater Township, Original Contract

     $170,072.25, this and final Change Order minus $3,017.25, new

    Contract Amount $167,055.00.

PURCHASING/AWARD OF CONTRACTS - Bob Zaborowski, Freeholder Liaison

03-614 Clean Venture Inc., Elizabeth, NJ, Transportation & Disposal of Hazardous

    Waste from Somerset County’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Days,

    Somerset County, Second Year of Two Year Contract not to exceed

    $175,000.00.

03-615 Plaza Ford/Motors Fleet, Red Bank, NJ, 6- 2004 Ford Taurus SE Station

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     Wagons (2- Silver) for the Motor Pool and (4- Blue) for the Transportation

    Division, State Contract purchase not to exceed $97,584.00.

03-616 Epic Management, Inc., Piscataway, NJ, for Security improvements and

    renovations at the Somerset County Administration Building, not to exceed

    $79,800.00, low bid rejected, 4 bidders.

03-617 Micro Pave Systems, Inc., Cedar Knolls, NJ, Service Contract for Road

    Resurfacing, Category III; Item #1 Crack Sealant-Applied, Morris County

    Cooperative Pricing Council #6 not to exceed $75,000.00.

03-618 Professional Climate Control, Inc., 382 Valley St, So Orange, NJ, Cleaning &

    Servicing of Oil & Gas Furnaces, Opening & Cleaning of Steam Boilers, ) not

    to exceed $10,000.00, third and final year of contract.

03-619 Central Lewmar, Newark, NJ; Paper Mart Inc, East Hanover, NJ; Paterson

    Papers, Paterson, NJ; CMF Business Supplies, South Plainfield, NJ, and

    Sharda Paper, Inc, Brooklyn, NY, Paper & Envelopes, Cooperative Pricing

    Bid not to exceed $134,600.00, 5 bidders.

03-620 Advanced Containment Systems, Decontamination Trailer, Shelter and

    Other Equipment, Cooperative Pricing Bid not to exceed $77,202.00, 2

    bidders.

    PLANNING BOARD - Rick Fontana, Freeholder Liaison

03-621 Second Revision of Authorization to purchase Development Easement over

    Lot 33.02 Block 145, Hillsborough Township, from the Township of

    Hillsborough, increase of 0.1006 acres over the estimated acreage, resulting

    in an increase in the purchase price of the development easement from

    $763,000.00 to $764,096.54.

PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE Peter S. Palmer, Freeholder Liaison

03-622 Victims of Crime (VOCA) Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner/Sexual Team

    Project, not to exceed $125,393.00 funding with a $31,349.00 county match,

    HUMAN SERVICES - Ken Scherer, Freeholder Liaison

    03-623 Authorizing modification to Resolution R-03-374 Adopted July 15, 2003

    entitled: “Somerset County to Accept Workforce Investment Act Funding

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     from the State Department of Labor for the period July 1, 2003 to June 30,

    2004” to accept the Work First New Jersey funding in the amount of

    $96,902.00 which increases the contract total to $1,475,394.00 for July 1, 2003

    to June 30, 2004.

    YOUTH SERVICES - Ken Scherer, Freeholder Liaison

03-624 Authorizing the Application by the Somerset County Youth Services

    Commission for the amount of $356,507.00 through the State/Community

    Partnership Program and the Family Court Services Funds and the

    acceptance by Somerset County of those funds from the Juvenile Justice

    Commission, Period Of January 1, 2004 to December 31, 2004 ($42,500.00

    State/Community Partnership Program Management Grant Program,

    $178,553.00 State/Community Partnership program Service Grant Program,

    $135,454.00 Family Court Services Funds)

03-625 Authorizing the acceptance by Somerset County of the State of New Jersey

    Juvenile Justice Commission Supplemental Funds for State Community

    Partnership Grant Program Management in the amount of $7,500.00, July 1,

    2003 to June 30, 2004, Program Management Funds.

03-626 Authorizing the application of the Somerset County Youth Services

    Commission to the State of New Jersey Juvenile Justice Commission for State

    Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant Funds in the amount of

    $46,376.00 and allocating the Somerset County cash match of $4,174.00 for a

    total of $50,550.00 and the acceptance of those funds, January 1, 2004 To

    September 30, 2005.

FINANCE - Bob Zaborowski, Freeholder Liaison

03-627 Payment of claims

     And ratifying payment of claims

FREEHOLDERS

03-628 Accepting the gift of a GATX Tank Car from GATX Financial Corporation

    to the County of Somerset for the Office of Emergency Management for

    training purposes.

New Resolution

03-629 Supporting Public Question #1, Garden State Preservation Trust

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