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Agenda: April 3, 2012

  1. 7:00 p.m.—Opening of Regular Meeting
  2. Roll Call
  3. Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Randolph Flag Presentation Honoring Veteran—Police Officer Brian Brenckman
  5. Proclamation: Declaring May 2012—Historical Preservation Month
  6. Open to the Public
  7. Manager’s Report—Swiftreach Implementation
  8. Ordinances
    1. Second Reading
      1. Ordinance #07-12: 2012 Capital Ordinance Appropriating $1,438,500 for Road System, Park System, Water System, and Storm System Improvements
      2. Ordinance #08-12: Amend Bond Ordinance #2-10: Community Center/Library to include Renovation of VFW
    2. Introduction
      1. Authorizing an Easement Modification for Hillside-Randolph, LLC, Block 44, Lot 25
      2. Amending and Supplementing Chapter 39—Cell Towers
  9. Combined Action—Refund/Adjustment Resolutions
    1. Authorizing Purchases from Tilcon New York, Inc. from MCCPC #6 for Road Resurfacing for 2012 Road Resurfacing Program—$760,000
    2. Authorizing Purchases from Tilcon New York, Inc. from MCCPC #6 for Road Resurfacing for Reconstruction of Radtke Road—$93,000
    3. Professional Services Agreement w/Hatch Mott McDonald for Butterworth Interceptor Phase I Bid Specifications and Construction Services (additional $3,400)
    4. Authorizing Professional Service Agreement with Appraisal Consultant Corp. for tax appeal appraisals—not to exceed—$30,000
    5. Release Escrow funds for Block 121, Lot 132 to Gigabeam Acquisition Corp.—$26.50
    6. Release road opening cash bond for 16 Devonshire Drive to Beautiful Gardens Services, Inc.—$500.00
    7. Authorizing Award of Professional Services Agreement with Ferriero Engineering for Septic System designs at VFW Building and Randolph Lake—not to exceed $10,600.00
    8. Cancellation of Outstanding Checks between 2010 and 2011 from the General Account and the Payroll Account
    9. Refund overpayment for Block 199, Lot 46.02—4 Poplar Court to James Park & Minsuk Son—$9,011.86
    10. Release escrow funds for Buckingham Condo Association; Block 119, Lot 91 to Wilkin Management—$40.00
    11. Release escrow funds for Paws Inn at Randolph to Robert Gierla—$79.25
    12. Release escrow funds for Block 111, Lot 9 to Grecco Realty—$11.00
    13. Authorize Execution of BSDW Application by Township Engineer for Kensington Square at Randolph—Block 101, Lots 21 & 22
    14. Refund 2012 Summer Stages registration to Theresa Composto—$325.00
    15. Authorizing Change Order #5 ($1,650.00) with Rochelle Contracting—DPW Facility—bringing new total to $2,874,547.10 back-up
    16. Authorizing Mayor to sign Memorandum of Understanding between Morris County Soil Conservation District and Randolph
    17. Authorizing Change Orders #1 through #9 (totaling $109,591)with ML Inc.—Community Center Library—new total contract $2,323,591
    18. Authorizing the Replacement of the PSA with Lomurro, Davidson, Eastman & Munoz and awarding of the Professional Services Agreement for Bond Counsel Services to John Kraft—not to exceed $10,000.
    19. Special Social Affairs Permit, AHEPA Chapter 300, Morris County, on May 12, 2012 at St. Andrews Greek Orthodox Church in the gymnasium, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    20. Special Affairs Permit, Randolph Chemical Engine Company No. 2, 340 Route 10 W, Randolph, NJ, on May 5, 2012 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  10. Discussion Items
  11. Open to the Public
  12. Council Comments
  13. Executive Session
  14. Adjournment