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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: June 7, 2012

  1. 6:00 p.m.—Opening of Meeting
  2. Roll Call
  3. Pledge of Allegiance
  4. Executive Session—Litigation
  5. Re-open Public Portion
  6. Open to the Public
  7. Manager’s Report
  8. Combined Action—Refund/Adjustment Resolutions
    1. Refund Registration for Day Camp to Euphrasia Serron—$535.00
    2. Refund Registration for 2012 Babe Ruth U14 Spring Travel Team to Maria and Michael Olsakowski—$310.00
    3. Refund Overpayment of Taxes for 17 Black Birch Drive to Donald/Iatrou Delgrosso—$3,223.87
    4. Refund Overpayment of Taxes for 146 Center Grove Road to A&P Grocery—$106,076.67
    5. Release road opening cash bond for repaving of existing driveway at 21 Bonnell Lane to Levato and Sons—$500.00
    6. Refund tree bond for 16 Richter Street to Aleksandar Kuridza—$1,100.00
    7. Awarding a Professional Services Agreement to Strunk-Albert to perform a Solar Consumption Analysis at the DPW Garage
    8. Establishing a Complete Streets policy for Randolph
    9. Award Contract for demolitions and site improvements for Cohn Farm property—$42,000 to Drill Construction of West Orange
    10. Award Contract for purchase and installation of an emergency generator at the Municipal Building to Beaver Electric Company—not to exceed $114,777
    11. Amending Memorandum of Understanding—Habitat for Humanity to Redevelop E.A. Porter Site at 42 Bennett Avenue
    12. Authorize Execution of BSDW Application by Township Engineer for Kensington Square at Randolph—Block 101, Lots 21 & 22 *tentative
    13. Releasing a Performance Guarantee and Requiring a Maintenance Guarantee in the Amount of $10,337.25 from Toll Brothers regarding certain off-site Water Facilities
    14. Authorizing Award of Professional Services Agreement to Ferriero Engineering for Leaf/Mulch Storage Area Stormwater Design—not to exceed $7,000.00
    15. Awarding a contract for the pavement reclamation project to Reclamation LLC—$75,102.50
    16. Authorizing Professional Services Agreement to Upgrade and Update Randolph’s Website to new platform—Paviaweb.com—$9,800.00
    17. Release Road Opening Cash Bond for replacing pavers at 56 Quail Run to Isaac Spiteri—$500.00
    18. Rejecting all bids for a Maintenance Contract for Township’s Fire Apparatus—Rebid project and Authorizing Negotiation of a contract
    19. Authorizing Change Order #20 to ML Inc. to supply and install new window in Community Center Great Room at a cost of $2,420, bringing new total to $2,405,585.54
    20. Authorizing purchases from NJ State Contract #T2085 Automotive Parts for Heavy-Duty Vehicles using Various Vendors as needed—not to exceed $50,000.00
    21. Authorizing purchases from NJ State Contract #M0483 WSCA Computer Contract from Various Vendors as needed—not to exceed $100,000.00
    22. Authorizing Purchases from the NJ State Contract #T0123 Tires and Tubes using Various Vendors as needed—not to exceed $40,000.00
    23. Raffles
      1. Raffle License, Off-premise Merchandise, Family Promise of Morris County, Inc., on November 8, 2012 at the Meadow Wood Manor, 461 Route 10 East, Randolph, NJ, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
      2. Raffle License, Amusements, Kiwanis Club of Randolph, for the Freedom Festival, at the County College of Morris, 214 Center Grove Rd, Randolph, NJ, on the following dates and times: June 28 - 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., June 29 - 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., June 30 - 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., July 1 - 2:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    24. Authorizing Purchases from MCCPC Contracts for all Departments:
      1. #1 Motor Gasoline as needed—not to exceed $225,000.00
      2. #3 for Rock Salt/Calcium Chloride Liquid from Various Vendors as needed—not to exceed $300,000.00
      3. #5 Paving Materials as needed—not to exceed $700,000.00
      4. #6 Road Resurfacing from Various Vendors as needed—not to exceed $750,000.00
      5. #12 for #2 Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel from Vendors as needed—not to exceed $435,000.00
      6. #14 Catch Basins & Manhole Castings from Various Vendors as needed Departments—not to exceed $50,000.00
      7. #16 Office Supplies from Various Vendors as needed—not to exceed $50,000.00
      8. #20-B Sporting Goods for fall and winter sports and #20A Sporting Goods for spring and summer sports as needed—not to exceed $150,000.00
      9. #37 Traffic Signal Maintenance & Repairs from Jen Electric—not to exceed $45,000.00
      10. #42 Landscaping Materials/Supplies as needed—not to exceed $40,000.00
      11. #47 Water Meters/Data Recorders & Radio Frequency Meter Interface Units from Various Vendors—not to exceed $40,000.00
  9. Ordinances
    1. Second Reading
      1. Ordinance #12-12: Capital Ordinance Appropriating $542,600 for specified improvements and equipment acquisitions.
      2. Ordinance #13-12: Bond Ordinance Appropriating $447,000 Authorizing Debt in the Amount of $245,000 for specified improvements and equipment acquisitions.
    2. Introduction
      1. Salary and Wage Ordinance—Exempt Employees
      2. Wildlife Management Advisory Committee
      3. Authorizing the Acceptance of Certain Off-Site Water Facilities Constructed on Behalf of Toll Brothers, NJ and Authorizing the Acceptance of the Bill of Sale
  10. Discussion Items
  11. Open to the Public
  12. Council Comments
  13. Executive Session
  14. Adjournment