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Because agenda items can be added, deleted or changed right up until the start of each meeting, this agenda may not reflect the final document. Official copies of agendas may be obtained from the township clerk.

Agenda: January 10, 2012

  1. 7:00 p.m.—Opening of Regular Meeting
  2. Roll Call
  3. Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Open to the Public
  5. Council & Manager Reports
  6. Soil Movement Hearing—Randolph Diner
  7. Combined Action—Refund/Adjustment Resolutions
    1. Approving Soil Movement Permit for Randolph Diner
    2. Authorizing Release of Road Opening Cash Bond at 35 Calais Road to Nicholas Margaronis—$500.00
    3. Authorizing Rescission of a portion of MCCPC 2012 Contract 6—Category C Road Resurfacing from Schifano Construction and re-awarding to Tilcon New York
    4. Authorizing Rescission of a portion of MCCPC 2012 Contract 6—Category I Road Resurfacing from Schifano Construction and re-awarding to Tilcon New York
    5. Authorizing Coin Toss Awards for MCCPC Contracts
    6. Release of Police Detail Escrow for Road Safety Systems—$142.00
    7. Re-establishment of the Municipal Alliance Committee
    8. Release escrow funds for Block 18, Lot 10 to Frank Mariconda/Metro Development Group
    9. Authorizing Change Orders 1 & 2 to the Public Works Building
    10. 2012 Temporary Budget
    11. Professional Services Agreements:
      1. Jaman Engineering: Professional Surveying Services for Block 86, Lots 72, 72.02, 72.03, 73, 74 & 75—DPW property—not to exceed $8,000.00
      2. Robert Michaels & Associates: Planning Services for Assistance in Completing Highlands Modules 2-7—not to exceed $7,500
      3. Fredric Knapp, Esq.: Labor and Negotiations—not to exceed $10,000
      4. Jack Kraft: Bond Counsel Services—not to exceed $10,000
      5. Animal Clinic of Morris Plains: Veterinary Services—not to exceed $12,000
      6. Nisivoccia LLP: Auditing Services—not to exceed $43,960
      7. Pavia Kriegman: Webmaster Services for the MCCPC—not to exceed $3,000
      8. Pavia Kriegman: Webmaster Services for Randolph Township—not to exceed $6,000
      9. Ferriero Engineering: Consulting Engineer—not to exceed $84,000.00
      10. Anthony M. Bucco: Negotiations and Preparations of Developer’s Agreements—not to exceed $15,000.00
      11. John E. Horan: Public Defender—not to exceed $14,000
      12. Buzak Law Group: Township Legal Services—not to exceed $292,200.00
      13. Fred Semrau: Special Counsel for Tax Appeals—not to exceed $19,000 plus $600 per day for trials
      14. James K. Pryor: Conflict Public Defender—$300 per case, total contract not to exceed $2,500.00
      15. Ben Horton Architecture & Design: Services w/regard to the Senior Center and Library Project—not to exceed 8,450.00
      16. EcolSciences: Supplemental Remedial Investigation of EA Porter Site @ 42 Bennett Ave.—not to exceed $99,500.00
      17. Garden State Laboratories: testing and laboratory services—not to exceed $7,650.00
      18. Michael Cresitello, Jr.: Township Prosecutor Services—not to exceed $25,600 plus Special Sessions at $500 per session, plus $135.00 per hour
  8. Ordinances
    1. Second Reading
    2. Introduction
      1. Amending and Supplementing Section 31-54—Crosswalks
      2. Amending and Supplementing Chapter 44—Sidewalk Maintenance
      3. Re-adopting Chapter 39—Property Maintenance Code
  9. Discussion Items
    1. Presentation: United Cerebral Palsy Executive Director Andrea Krich and Housing Supervisor Lisa Peterson to discuss independent living facility at 7 Main Street
    2. Communications Task Force—Update
    3. Electronic Message Signs at DPW and Library/Community Center
    4. Swiftreach Contract
  10. Open to the Public
  11. Council Comments
  12. Executive Session
  13. Adjournment