Please be advised due to the lateness of items sent on 3/12/10, it was posted today 3/15/10. THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HOBOKEN MEETING OF MARCH 17, 2010
AGENDA Please note: The Hoboken City Council may consider additional Resolutions, Ordinances or any other matter brought before the Hoboken City Council until March 17, 2010 and throughout the meeting; however, pursuant to the State Supervision Act, all Ordinances & Resolutions may be subject to review and approval by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.
SFY 2010 MUNICIPAL BUDGET HEARING AMENDMENT ADOPTION OF THE AMENDMENT ADDITIONAL BUDGET AMENDMENT ADOPTION (IF NEEDED)
ADOPTION OF SFY 2010 MUNICIPAL BUDGET PUBLIC HEARING AND FINAL VOTE ON ORDINANCES Second Reading / Public Hearing and Final Vote
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL AMENDNG SUB-CHAPTERS 68-5, 863, 93-3, AND 128-5, ALL RELATING TO LICENSE FEES. Z-31
Petitions and Communications A communication from the Hoboken Planning Board to the City Council regarding – Resolution authorizing the Planning Board of the City of Hoboken to recommend the continued and temporary closing of Garden Street to Vehicular Traffic between Fourteenth and Fifteenth Streets for purposes of creating a pedestrian mews and school drop-off/turn around on Garden Street between Fourteenth and Fifteenth Streets and to not consider the vacating of Garden Street between Fourteenth and Fifteenth Streets at this particular time.
Proclamation from First Ward Councilman Theresa Castellano in conjunction with Third Ward Councilman Michael Russo and the Hoboken Chamber of Commence commending Buddy Valastro, “Cake Boss”, his family and the entire staff of Carlos’ City Hall Bakery for their much earn success and for serving as a good will ambassador promoting his First Ward bakery and the City of Hoboken to the world. Miscellaneous Licenses.
Reports of City Officers A report of the Municipal Court indicating receipts for the month ending February 2010 $314,267.78. A report of the Municipal Tax Collector Sharon Curran for taxes collected; for the month ending February 2010- $33,236,551.57. (Abatement Totals - $40,131.08)
CONSENT AGENDA Consent Agenda defined: All items listed with an asterisk (*) are considered to be routine business by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion on these items unless a council member or citizen so request, in which event the item will be removed from the general order of business and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda.
Resolution approving the terms of a successor collective bargaining agreement with Hoboken Police Superior Officers Association.
Resolution approving the terms of a successor collective bargaining agreement with Hoboken PBA Local 2.
Authorizing the submission of an application to the Hudson County Open Space Trust Fund for acquisition of Block 11 in the Southwest Section of Hoboken.
Authorizing the submission of an application to the Hudson County Open Space Trust Fund for development funds for emergency reconstruction to damaged portions of Hoboken’s Hudson River Waterfront Walkway (5 th Street at Sinatra Park and 7th Street at Castle Point Park).
Accepting a grant in the amount of $323,252 from the hazardous discharge site remediation fund public entity program through the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and the Department of Environmental Protection.
Accepting a grant in the amount of $877,193 from the hazardous discharge site remediation fund public entity program through the New Jersey Economic Development Authority and the Department of Environmental Protection.
Resolution appointing McManimon & Scotland, LLC Special Legal Counsel – Redevelopment. (Revision made)
Resolution appointing Maraziti Falcon & Healey LLP Special Legal Counsel – Redevelopment. (Revision made)
Resolution appointing Ansell Zaro Grimm & Arron P.C. Special Legal Counsel – Redevelopment. (Revision made)
This resolution awards a contract to the Hertz Corporation for providing City wide car sharing within the city in accordance with the specifications in bid number 10-20.
This resolution awards a contract to Metric parking for providing street parking stations within the City in accordance with the specifications in bid number 10-18.
Resolution authorizing the refund of tax overpayments. ($19,437.11).
Resolution approving minutes for the Hoboken City Council Regular meetings of December 2 and December 16, 2009 (With Corrections) ORDINANCES Introduction and First Reading
AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING THE HOBOKEN CITY COUNCIL TO CONTRIBUTE A PORTION OF THEIR SALARY TOWARDS THEIR HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFITS. (Documents to follow)