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January 4, 2010

March 24 2010

January 4, 2010

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MINUTES JANUARY 4th, 2010 ORGANIZATION MEETING START; 5:35 P.M.

PRESENT: MAYOR NICOL, COUNCIL-PRESIDENT SCOTT, COUN. GARRUZZO, GORHAM, NOLAN, SHAAK & VISCEGLIA.

ABSENT: NONE.

Mayor Nicol announced that Councilmembers Garruzzo & Nolan had taken their oath of office.

Mayor Nicol opened the meeting in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act followed by a silent prayer and a salute to the flag.

Mayor Nicol then advised that Robert's Rules of Order would be employed to determine all parliamentary questions not specifically provided for.

Mayor Nicol then opened the floor to nominations for Council-President. Nominations were opened on a motion by Coun. Nolan, seconded by Coun. Garruzzo. Coun. Nolan nominated Coun. Scott seconded by Coun. Garruzzo.

There being no further nomination, nominations were closed on a motion by Coun. Gorham seconded by Coun. Nolan.

Coun. Nolan moved to elect Coun. Scott as Council-President, the motion was seconded by Coun. Garruzzo; all aye. None opposed.

Council-President Scott thanked her colleagues and noted that it was an "honor" and always a "pleasure" to sit on the dais with her fellow council-members. Council President Scott then announced that the 2009 Committee Assignments would remain in effect since the six standing committees had worked so well together during the previous year. While the specific membership roster was not available, the Clerk was directed to insert the roster into the minutes to formulate the 2010 committee assignments. (see insertion).

Mayor Nicol then announced the 2010 professional appointments:

Labor Counsel James W. Holzapfel, Citta, Holzapfel & Zabarsky.
Borough Attorney Nicholas Montenegro/Montenegro, Thompson, Montenegro & Genz
Borough Engineer Alan P. Hilla, Jr./Birdsall Engineering
Borough Auditor Robert Hulsart/ Inc.

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Bond Counsel John O. Bennet/Dilworth Paxton
Assistant Prosecutor James D. Carton IV
Public Defender Timothy J. Wintrode
Municipal Prosecutor Sean T. Kean, Campbell/Foley
Finance Officer Stephen Mayer

The appointments were confirmed on a motion by Coun. Shaak, seconded by Coun. Garruzzo; all aye.

Mayor Nicol then announced that all professional appointments were subject to a professional service contract.

Coun. Shaak, seconded by Coun. Nolan, introduced Resolution 010-01 to appoint Mayor Thomas B. Nicol as Emergency Management Coordinator. Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia; all aye; no nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Nolan, introduced Resolution 010-02 (see insertion). Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia; all aye; no nays. Passed.

On a motion by Coun. Shaak, seconded by Coun. Gorham, all tenured and non-annual appointments, now held by Borough employees were confirmed; all aye.

On a motion by Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Gorham, the membership rosters of Brielle First Aid Squad and Brielle Fire Company No. 1 were confirmed; all aye.

Mayor Nicol then announced the annual appointments:

Borough Administrator
Officer to Issue Certificates of Liability Relocation Officer
Commissioner of Insurance
Fire Protection Official
Construction Code Official
Zoning Officer
Deputy Emergency Management Coord. Heritage Committee/Borough Historian Registrar/Sec. Board of Health
Deputy Registrar/Sec. Board of Health Mercantile Officer
Code Enforcement Officer
Water Sewer Rent Collector
Animal Control Official
Assistant Clerks Financial Services

Thomas F. Nolan Thomas F. Nolan Thomas F. Nolan Thomas F. Nolan
Brett Nielsen
Albert P. Ratz
Allan P. Hilla Michael W. Palmer John E. Belding Karen S. Brisben Colleen Castronova James Langenberger James Langenberger Tina McDermott Colleen Castronova Karen S. Brisben

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Detective (Serves @ discretion of Chief)
Safety Coordinator
Deputy Safety Coordinator
Working Foreman DPW
Special Deputy Election Clerk

Colleen Castronova Sherri Hopkins
Tina McDermott Sherri Hopkins
James Stewart
Robert McArthur Jeffrey Weiss Jeffrey Weiss Kathy Habick

Coun. Scott, seconded by Coun. Garruzzo introduced Resolution 10-03 to confirm the foregoing appointments. Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak &Visceglia all aye; no nays. Passed.

Mayor Nicol then announced the appointments to the various Boards & Commissions of the Borough for terms that expired on December 31St, 2010.

Planning Board

Thomas B. Nicol
Frank A. Garruzzo James F. Langenberger Thomas Heavey
Charles Sarnasi
James Stenson

Member Class I (10) Member Class II (10) Member Class III (10) Member Class IV (12) Member Class IV (12) Alternate #1 (11)

Community Development Block Grant Committee

Cory Lakin
Timothy Shaak Ann D. Scott
Darcy Garruzzo Robert McArthur Thomas F. Nolan Sherri Hopkins

Environmental Commission

Charles Saranasi Kevin Pannuzzo

Member (10)
Member (10)
Member (10)
Member (10)
Member (10) Representative (10)
Alternate Representative (10)
Member (12) (Planning Board Representative) Member (12)

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Shade Tree Commission

Kathy Schmidt Robert Imgrund

Board of Recreation

John Devereux Hope Lauria
David Richardson Denise Lembo Julia Barnes
Kathy Pearlburg Beth Wheeler Jared Morris Susan Deegan Steve Tussel Sherri Hopkins

Member (13) Member (13)



Member (14)
Member (14)
Member (14)
Member (12)
Associate (10)
Associate (10)
Associate (10)
Associate (10)
Associate (10)
Associate (10)
Recording Secretary (10)

The appointments were approved on a motion by Coun. Nolan, seconded by Coun. Gorham.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Nolan moved Resolution 10-04 (see insertion).
Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia, all aye; no nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Gorham moved Resolution 10-05 (see insertion).
Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia, all aye; no nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo seconded by Coun. Gorham moved Resolution 10-06 (see insertion).
Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia, all aye; no nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Gorham moved Resolution 10-07 (see insertion).
Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia, all aye; no nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Gorham, introduced Resolution 10-08 (see insertion).Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia, all aye; no nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Gorham moved Resolution 10-09 (see insertion)

Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia, all aye; no nays. Passed.

Coun. Gorham, seconded by Coun. Shaak introduced Resolution 10-10 to authorize the Business Administrator; with the consent of the Mayor & Council Committee Chairman who has jurisdiction over the Department, to hire Temporary Part-Time Help on an "as needed" basis. Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia, all aye, no nays. Passed.

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Coun. Gorham, seconded by Coun. Garruzzo introduced Resolution l0-11 (see insertion).
Vote: Coun. Garruzzo, Gorham, Nolan, Scott, Shaak & Visceglia; all aye; no nays. Passed.

Coun. Garruzzo, seconded by Coun. Gorham introduced Resolution 10-12 to memorialize the extension of the sick time provisions of the Teamsters Contract to the non-union employees.

Mayor Nicol then opened the meeting for Council Comment. Coun. Scott noted that the distribution of the plastic containers for the collection of mixed paper had begun and all residences between the Manasquan border and Union Lane had received their containers. Coun. Scott also thanked the Council for her election as Council-President.

Coun. Garruzzo thanked the Council for having had the privilege to serve as President during 2009 and he looked forward to 2010 as an exciting and positive year.

Mayor Nicol apologized to the Council for having missed the December 28th Meeting and forcing them to endure Council-President Garruzzo's running the meeting. With Coun. Scott as the new President, he promised not to miss any meeting in 2010 and then, of course, added that he was "kidding".

The meeting was opened to the public and the Chair recognized Hank Hartman, 611 Oceanview Road, who asked what steps the Republican Governing Body was taking to reduce property taxes as the newly elected Republican Governor had promised?

Mayor Nicol advised that the Council always strove to keep property taxes at a minimum.

Mr. Hartman criticized Resolution 10-12 as an extension of union benefits to non-union employees and asked if wage freezes and lay-offs were being entertained?

Mayor Nicol replied that both the DPW & Police Department were currently down a man and that the Borough was continuing to do due diligence to contain costs.

Mr. Hartman referred to an article in the Asbury Park Press that outlined cost containment measures that municipalities should pursue and asked if the Borough was looking into those options?

Mayor Nicol responded that the Governing Body would endeavor to provide effective government and give the residents of Brielle the level of municipal service that they expected in the most cost effective method possible.

Mr. Douglas Emich, 515 Magnolia Avenue, was recognized and he once again requested the Council to address the issue of a sump pump that was discharging water onto his property from the adjacent property.

The Administrator explained that the Code Enforcement Officer would be meeting with the owners of the adjacent property in an effort to remediate the situation. The Borough Engineer would also be making an inspection to determine what relief, if any, the Borough could provide.

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Mr. Emich was appreciative, but he asked what immediate action could be taken?

Attorney Montenegro replied that if Mr. Emich was not willing to await the outcome of the Borough's seeking administrative remedies he had the option to pursue a private remedy and file a civil complaint against his neighbor. In that event Mr. Emich was advised to seek his own counsel.

The Chair then recognized John E. Belding, Borough Historian, who thanked the Council for his appointment and their continuing confidence in him. He added that his title gave him a certain status when he socialized with other members of the community. Mr. Belding then proceeded to take the annual Council photograph for his archives.

There being no further comments the meeting was adjourned at 6:05 p.m. on a motion by Coun. Scott, seconded by Coun. Nolan.
Approved: January 1lth, 2010 _______________________
Thomas F. Nolan Municipal Clerk

RESOLUTION NO: 10-4
DATE: JAN 4th, 2010
BE IT RESOLVED, THAT EACH MONDAY NIGHT, OF EACH MONTH, IN THE CALENDAR YEAR 2010, WITH EXCEPTIONS NOTED, BE DESIGNATED AS MEETING NIGHTS OF THE MAYOR & COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE, WITH MEETINGS TO BE HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS OF THE BOROUGH HALL, 601 UNION LANE, BRIELLE, NEW JERSEY.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT REGULAR BUSINESS MEETINGS SHALL BE SCHEDULED FOR THE 2ND AND FOURTH MONDAYS AT 7:30 P.M. EXCEPT MONDAY HOLIDAYS, WHEN SAID MEETINGS SHALL BE ON THE SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAY, OR PROPER 48 HOUR NOTICE GIVEN, AND
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT THE WORK SESSION SHALL BE HELD ON THE 2ND AND 4TH MONDAYS OF EACH MONTH AT 7:30 P.M., EXCEPT MONDAY HOLIDAYS, WHEN SAID SESSIONS SHALL BE ON THE 2ND AND 4TH TUESDAY, SAID TIME BEING SUBJECT TO A LATER STARTING TIME BASED ON THE VOLUME OF BUSINESS AND WITH FORTY-EIGHT HOUR NOTICE BEING GIVEN THROUGH THE DISSEMINATION OF THE AGENDA.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT THE PUBLIC WILL NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE WORK SESSION, BUT MAY BE PRESENT AND LISTEN. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION SHALL BE PERMITTED AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE WORK SESSION, BUT SHALL BE LIMITED TO THOSE MATTERS DISCUSSED AT THE WORK SESSION. THE PUBLIC MAY, AT REGULAR MEETINGS, PARTICIPATE AT SUCH TIME OR TIMES, AS SET FORTH ON THE AGENDA, FOR THAT PARTICULAR MEETING, OR, WITH THE PERMISSION OF THE PRESIDING OFFICER, AND
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, THAT THE ANNUAL NOTICE SCHEDULE AND “48 HOUR NOTICE" BE FORWARDED TO THE NEWSPAPERS DESIGNATED THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPERS FOR THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE AS SET FORTH UNDER CHAPTER 321, P.L. 1975 "OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT".


ANNUAL MEETINGS FOR 2010
JANUARY 11TH JULY 12TH
JANUARY 25TH JULY 26TH
FEBRUARY 8TH AUGUST 9TH
FEBRUARY 22ND AUGUST 23RD
MARCH 8TH SEPTEMBER 13TH
MARCH 22ND SEPTEMBER 27TH
APRIL 12TH OCTOBER 11TH
APRIL 26TH OCTOBER 25TH
MAY 10TH NOVEMBER 8TH
MAY 25TH (TUESDAY) NOVEMBER 22ND
JUNE 14TH DECEMBER 13TH
JUNE 28TH DECEMBER 27TH



RESOLUTION NO:10-05
DATE: JAN 4TH, 2010

BOROUGH OF BRIELLE RESOLUTIONS
WHEREAS, THE EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF BOROUGH AFFAIRS REQUIRES THE ESTABLISHMENT AND/OR MAINTENANCE OF VARIOUS BANK ACCOUNTS AND PROCEDURES FOR HANDLING FUNDS,
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE AS FOLLOWS:
1. THE FOLLOWING BANKS, OR THEIR SUCCESSORS, SHALL BE DESIGNATED DEPOSITORIES: OCEAN FIRST BANK, LOCAL BRANCHES, P.N.C. BANK/MANASQUAN BRANCH, BANK OF AMERICA/BRIELLE BRANCH, NEW JERSEY, CASH MANAGEMENT FUND.
2. ALL EXISITING ACCOUNTS SHALL BE CONTINUED SUBJECT TO FURTHER RESOLUTION.
3. THE MAYOR, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR & CHIEF FINANCE OFFICER SHALL CONTINUE TO BE SIGNATORIES ON ALL ACCOUNTS.
4. THE MAYOR & COUNCIL HEREBY ADOPT THE ANNUAL CASH MANAGEMENT PLAN AND SHALL ADHERE TO THE PRECEPTS OF SAME. SAID PLAN IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF C.M.F.O.
RESOLUTION 10-6
WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 54:4-67, AS AMENDED, PROVIDES THAT A MUNICIPALITY MAY FIX THE INTEREST RATE TO BE CHARGED FOR THE DELINQUENT PAYMENT OF TAXES OF ASSESSMENTS AND FIX DUE DATES.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT A GRACE PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED TEN (10) DAYS BE PERMITTED AFTER EACH QUARTERLY DUE DATE, FEBRUARY 1ST, MAY 1ST,AUGUST 1ST & NOVEMBER 1ST, AND THAT THE RATE OF EIGHT (8) PERCENT (%) PER ANNUM BE CHARGED ON THE FIRST $1,500.00 OF THE DELINQUENCY AND EIGHTEEN (18) PERCENT (%) PER ANNUM BE CHARGED ON THE AMOUNT IN EXCESS OF $1,500.00 WITH THE DELINQUENT INTEREST RATE RETROACTIVE TO THE AFORESAID DUE DATES FOR THE YEAR 2010.

RESOLUTION NO: 10-7
DATE: JAN. 4TH, 2010

WHEREAS, THE EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF BOROUGH AFFAIRS REQUIRES THE ESTABLISHMENT AND/OR MAINTENANCE OF A PETTY CASH FUND & A PETTY CASH CHECKING ACCOUNT, AND CHANGE DRAWS FOR THE ANIMAL CONTROL IN THE AMOUNT OF $75.00 & GENERAL FUND ACCOUNTS, IN THE AMOUNT OF $50.00, AND THE WATER/SEWER & TAX ACCOUNTS, IN THE AMOUNT OF $100.00,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO ESTABLISH A PETTY CASH FUND IN THE AMOUNT OF $150.00 AND A PETTY CASH CHECKING ACCOUNT IN THE AMOUNT OF $200.00, AS WELL AS THE AFOREMENTIONED "CHANGE DRAWS".

RESOLUTION 10-8

BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE FOLOWING NEWSPAPERS SHALL BE DESIGNATED AS OFFICIAL NEWSPAPERS FOR THE BOROUGH OF BRIELLE FOR THE YEAR 2010.

ASBURY PARK PRESS NEPTUNE NEWARK STAR LEDGER NEWARK
THE COAST STAR MANASQUAN

RESOLUTION 10-9

WHEREAS, NJSA 40A:5-17.1 AUTHORIZES THE GOVERNING BODY TO PROCESS WITHOUT FURTHER ACTION ON THEIR PART, THE CANCELLATION OF ANY PROPERTY TAX REFUND OR DELINQUENCY OF LESS THAN $10.00, AND

WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 54-5-19 AUTHORIZES THE TAX COLLECTOR TO COLLECT ALL TAXES, ASSESSMENTS, AND OTHER MUNICIPAL CHARGES THAT ARE DELINQUENT, AND TO SELL ALL MUNICIPAL LIENS IN THE MANNER ESTABLISHED BY STATUTE.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT COLLEEN CASTRONOVA, IN HER CAPACITY AS MUNICIPAL TAX COLLECTOR, IS HEREBY AUTHORIZED TO PERFORM THE AFOREMENTIONED FUNCTIONS THROUGHOUT CALENDAR 2010.

RESOLUTION NO:10-11
DATE: JANUARY 4TH, 2010

TEMPORARY BUDGET BOROUGH OF BRIELLE

WHEREAS, N.J.S. 40A:4-19 OF THE REVISED STATUTES OF NEW JERSEY PROVIDES THAT, WHEN ANY CONTRACTS, COMMITTMENTS OR PAYMENTS ARE TO BE MADE PRIOR TO THE ADOPTION OF THE MUNICIPAL BUDGET, THE GOVERNING BODY SHALL, BY RESOLUTION,ADOPTED PRIOR TO JANUARY 31ST OF THE FISCAL YEAR, MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE PERIOD BETWEEN THE BEGINNING OF THE FISCAL YEAR AND THE ADOPTION OF THE BUDGET, AND

WHEREAS, THE DATE OF THIS RESOLUTION IS PRIOR TO THE FIRST THIRTY-ONE DAYS OF JANUARY, 2010, AND

WHEREAS, ONE QUARTER (25%) OF THE TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS MADE IN THE 2009 MUNICIPAL BUDGET, EXCLUDING APPROPRIATIONS MADE FOR INTEREST AND DEBT REDEMPTION CHARGES & CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND IN SAID BUDGET IS THE SUM OF $2,189,243.24.

APPROPRIATIONS AMOUNT GENERAL GOVERNMENT $52,000.00 11,500.00
ADMINISTRATIVE & EXECUTIVESALARIES & WAGES OTHER EXPENSES 20-120-1 20-120-2

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENTOTHER EXPENSE 25-252-2 750.00
ASSESSMENT OF TAXESSALARIES & WAGES 20-150-1 8,000.00
OTHER EXPENSES 20-150-2 2,500.00
COLLECTION OF TAXESSALARIES & WAGES 20-145-1 20,235.00
OTHER EXPENSES 20-145-2 3,000.00
LEGAL SERVICES 20-155-2 35,000.00
BOROUGH HISTORIAN 150.00
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE FOLLOWING TEMPORARY APPROPRIATIONS (THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF WHICH DOES NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT SHOWN IN THE PREAMBLE ABOVE), IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,188,290.00 BE MADE AND A CERTIFIED COPY OF THIS RESOLUTION BE TRANSMITTED TO THE CHIEF FINANCE OFFICER FOR HER RECORDS.
MUNICIPAL COURTSALARIES & WAGES 43-490-1 12,000.00
MUNICIPAL PROSECUTOR 25-275-2 6,000.00
ENGINEERING SERVICES 20-165-2 20,000.00
BUILDINGS & GROUNDSOTHER EXPENSES 26-310-2 25,000.00
PLANNING BOARDSALARIES & WAGES 21-180-1 2,500.00
OTHER EXPENSES 21-180-2 5,000.00
FINANCIAL SERVICES 20-130-2 10,000.00
SHADE TREE COMMISSIONOTHER EXPENSES 26-313-2 4, 500.00
ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSIONOTHER EXPENSES 21-186-2 1,000.00
MERCANTILE INSPECTIONSALARIES & WAGES 22-200-1 1,000.00
OTHER EXPENSES 22-200-2 150.00
INSURANCEOTHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS 23-210-2 74,500.00
WORKMANS COMPENSATION 54,255.00
GROUP INSURANCE 23-220-2 137,500.00
PUBLIC SAFETY 9,000.00
FIRE COMPANYOTHER EXPENSES 25-255-2
FIRE OFFICIAL S/W 2,050.00
FIRST AID ORGANIZATION 25-260-2
OTHER EXPENSES 7,500.00
POLICESALARIES & WAGES 25-240-1 445,000.00
OTHER EXPENSES 25-240-2 40,000.00
VECHICLE PURCHASE/LEASE 25-240-2 25,000.00
SICK TIME PURCHASE OPTION 30-415-2 10,000.00
CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICERSALARIES & WAGES 25-195-1 2,500.00
OTHER EXPENSES 25-195-2 450.00



STREETS & ROADSSALARIES & WAGES 26-290-1 110,000.00
OTHER EXPENSES 26-290-2 25,000.00
STREET LIGHTINGVEHICLE MAINTENANCE (SEE UTILITIES)26-315-2 12,500.00


SANITATION
GARBAGE & TRASH REMOVALCONTRACTUAL 32-465-2 60,000.00
OTHER TRASH EXPENSES 26-305-2 75,000.00
(INCLUDES RECYCLING OTHER)
HEALTH & WELFARE
BOARD OF HEALTHSALARIES & WAGES 27-330-1 900.00 OTHER EXPENSES 27-330-2 100.00
HEALTH SERVICES CONTRACTUAL 27-330-2BOARD OF RECREATION COMMISSIONERS
SALARIES & WAGES 27-345-1 8,750.00
OTHER EXPENSES 27-345-2 8,000.00
MUNICIPAL LAND USE 21-180-2 6,500.00
AID TO LIBRARY 29-390-2 25,000.00
ZONING OFFICER 22-187-1
SALARIES & WAGES 22-187-2 4,000.00
DOG REGULATION CONTRACTUAL 27-340-2 2,500.00
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 44-901-2 35,000.00*75,000.00
STATUTORY EXPENDITURES
CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIAL SECURITY 36-472
DEBT SERVICERECYCLING PROGRAM
RECYCLINGSALARIES & WAGES 32-465-1 38,500.00
UTILITIES 31-432-2 78,000.00


APPROPRIATIONS

WATER UTILITY EXPENSES

OPERATING EXPENSES
SALARIES & WAGES 55-501-1 100,000.00
OTHER EXPENSES 55-502-2 40,000.00
N.J.S.W.S.A. 55-503-2 45,000.00
SMRSA 55-504-2 98,000.00
SMRSA INFLITRATION/INFLOW REMEDIATION 4,500.00
SOUTH EST MONMOTH M.U.A. 55-505 169,000.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY 55-512-2 35,000.00
GROUP INSURANCE 55-506-2 30,000.00
CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIAL SECURITY 55-541-2 15,000.00

TOTAL $2,145,790.00
LESS EXCEPTIONS 35,000.00

TOTAL $2,110,790.00
INTER-LOCAL AGREEMENTS

DISPATCH SERVICES 42-250-2 $ 20,000.00 000.00
MANASQUAN MUNICIPAL COURT INTER-LOCAL $ 32,500.00
CONSTRUCTION CODE SERVICES $ 25,000.00
TOTAL $2,188,290.00

 

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