TENTATIVE AGENDA FOR REGULAR SESSION MEETING
FEBRUARY 18, 2020, 7:00 P.M.

1.

CALL TO ORDER

2.

ROLL CALL

Santiago__ Pepitone__Parent__Udalovas__Cooper__



3.

INVOCATION AND SALUTE TO THE FLAG

Pastor Brian Wheaton from Gospel Outbound to deliver the invocation, followed by the Salute to the Flag.



4.

OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS STATEMENT BY MAYOR MICHAEL SANTIAGO

"This meeting is being conducted in accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act of 1975, was advertised, posted, and made available to the public as required by Statute.  The Municipal Clerk is directed to include a statement in the minutes of this meeting."


5.

CITY CLERK TO REVIEW CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

6.

Resolution

6.I.

Resolution Item (01)

Resolution authorizing to increase the Calendar Year 2020 Temporary Budget Appropriations
Motion-
Second-
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___
7.

BILLS

Motion-
Second-
Pepitone___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___

8.

MINUTES

Motion to approve and dispense with the reading of the following minutes and to proceed with the regular order of business:
February 4, 2020:
Work Session
Regular Session
Closed Session
Motion-
Second-
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___
9.

PRESENTATIONS

9.I.

Presentation Item (01)

Proclamation to be presented to Police Officer Susan Taylor in recognition of her retirement
9.II.

Presentation Item (02)

Presentation of Award by Celeste Riley, County Clerk and John McCormick, Deputy County Clerk, to Mayor Santiago and the Board of Commissioners in recognition of the City of Millville having the highest turn-out of voters in the 2019 General Election within the County of Cumberland



9.III.

Presentation Item (03)

Proclamation designating March 2020 as Youth Art Month
10.

Public Comment on Agenda Items Only

11.

Old Business

12.

PETITIONS & LETTERS

12.I.

Petitions and Letters Item (01)

Letter of Appointment from Mayor Santiago appointing Doug Hildreth as a regular member of the Shade Tree Commission with a term expiring December 31, 2025
     Motion-
     Second-
Pepitone__ Parent__ Udalovas__ Cooper__ Santiago__

12.II.

Petitions and Letters Item (02)

Resolution from the Millville Planning Board regarding review of the Ordinance to Repeal and Replace Chapter 30 Land Use and Development Regulations of the City of Millville Municipal Code in its entirety
     Motion-
     Second-
Pepitone__ Parent__ Udalovas__ Cooper__ Santiago__

13.

Reports of Commissioners

14.

COMMISSIONER COOPER

15.

COMMISSIONER PEPITONE

15.I.

Commissioner Pepitone Item (01)

1)  Police Report for the month of January 2020
2)  Fire Reports for the month of January 2020
Motion-
Second-
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___
16.

COMMISSIONER UDALOVAS

17.

VICE-MAYOR PARENT

17.I.

Vice-Mayor Parent Item (01)

Tax Collector's Report for the month of January 2020
Motion-
Second-
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___
18.

MAYOR SANTIAGO


18.I.

Mayor Santiago Item (01)

Streets and Roads Report for the month of January 2020
Motion-
Second-
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___
19.

Ordinances 2nd Reading

19.I.

Ordinance 2nd Reading Item (01)

A ordinance amending Chapter 43 Parks and Public Property, Article 7 Special Events on Public Lands Subsection 43-36 Definitions. Amending definitions for Alcoholic Beverage Vendor's Permit and definition for Distribution Area
Motion-
Second-
(Public Hearing)
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___
20.

Ordinances 1st Reading

20.I.

Ordinance 1st Reading Item (01)

Salary Ordinance for Cumberland County Council No. 18 Contract for Calendar Years 2020 through 2023 
Motion-
Second-
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___
21.

CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS

All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine and non-controversial by the Board of Commissioners and will be approved by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a governing body member so requests, in which case the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda.
21.I.

Resolution Item (CA01)

Resolution certifying the list of Volunteer Firefighters who have qualified for the Length of Service Award Program (LOSAP) Benefits for the year 2019
21.II.

Resolution Item (CA02)

Resolution authorizing adjustments in the Tax and Utility Records
21.III.

Resolution Item (CA03)

Resolution approving a Discharge of Mortgage executed by Phillip C. Coulter for property located at 6 E. Green Street, Block 296, Lot 20
21.IV.

Resolution Item (CA04)

Resolution approving a Discharge of Mortgage executed by Betty Jones for property located at 915 North 4th Street, Block 316, Lot 7
21.V.

Resolution Item (CA05)

Resolution approving a Discharge of Mortgage executed by James R. Klawitter and Dawn E. Klawitter for property located at 547 Columbia Avenue, Block 353, Lot 15
21.VI.

Resolution Item (CA06)

Resolution approving a Discharge of Mortgage executed by Joseph L. Leanzo for property located at 15 Depot Street, Block 312, Lot 15
21.VII.

Resolution Item (CA07)

Resolution approving a Discharge of Mortgage executed by Lois Schwegel for property located at 1308 Cedar Street, Block 70.04, Lot 32
21.VIII.

Resolution Item (CA08)

Resolution approving a Discharge of Mortgage executed by Terrence T. Taylor and Rosemary K. Taylor for property located at 208 North Sharp Street, Block 253, Lot 10
21.IX.

Resolution Item (CA09)

Resolution approving a Discharge of Mortgage executed by David and Christine Tolbert for property located at 325 South 5th Street, Block 465, Lot 10
21.X.

Resolution Item (CA10)

Resolution approving a Discharge of Mortgage executed by Connie J. Tumey and Thomas M. Dilks for property located at 306 South 5th Street, Block 472, Lot 3
21.XI.

Resolution Item (CA11)

Resolution authorizing Special Assessment of Municipal Liens for certain properties due to expenses incurred by the City of Millville relating to Board and Secure plus administrative fees in accordance with Chapter 11, Article I, Subsection 11-6 of the Municipal Code
21.XII.

Resolution Item (CA12)

Resolution amending Resolution No. 70-2020 approved on February 4, 2020 due to a typographical error in the term of agreement between the City of Millville and Cumberland Council No. 18 correcting said term to reflect for the years 2020 through 2023
22.

Motion to Approve Consent Agenda Items

Motion to approve all items on the Consent Agenda
Motion-
Second-
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___

23.

Resolutions

23.I.

Resolution Item (02)

Resolution authorizing award of bid to Standard Pipe Services, LLC for the project entitled "Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project" in the amount of $219,060.00 available through Municipal Bond Ordinance No. 36-2019
Motion-
Second-
(Certification of Funds)
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___
23.II.

Resolution Item (03)

Resolution authorizing First Amendment to professional services contract with Municipal Code Enforcement adopted by Resolution No. 60-2020 on January 21, 2020 Electrical Sub-Code Services for the purpose of increasing amount of contract from $2,200.00 to $14,200.00
Motion-
Second-
(Certification of Funds)
Pepitone ___ Parent ___ Udalovas ___ Cooper ___ Santiago ___
24.

New Business

24.I.

New Business Item (01)

Motion to authorize the following Special Event on Public Lands Applications:
a) 2020 Olympic Day Parade, sponsored by the Millville Board of Education, to be held on May 22, 2020 from 
    9:30 a.m. to 11:00 am behind City Hall.
     Motion-
     Second-
Pepitone__Parent__Udalovas__Cooper__Santiago__
24.II.

New Business Item (02)

Motion to authorize the City Clerk to advertise to receive bids for project known as "Columbine Avenue Roadway Improvements" on March 12, 2020, 10:00 a.m., Richard C. McCarthy Commission Chamber, 4th Floor, City Hall
     Motion-
     Second-
Pepitone__Parent__Udalovas__Cooper__Santiago__
25.

Public Comment Portion

"We have now reached the public comment portion of our meeting.  Anyone who would like to address the Commission, please go to the podium, state your name and address your concerns. Please limit your comments to approximately 5 minutes."

Open Public Portion

Close Public Portion

Comments by Commissioners
26.

ADJOURN

Motion-
Second-