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FH Workshop Meeting Minutes - 2012-09-24

FH Workshop Meeting Minutes - 2012-09-24

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BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS - September 24, 2012
BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS - September 24, 2012

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BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERSMORRIS COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
September 24, 2012
ANNOUNCEMENT:
Adequate notice of this meeting held the 24
th
day of September has been provided throughresolution adopted by this Board at a meeting held at the Administration and Records Building onJanuary 6, 2012 through the mailing of said resolution to the Star Ledger, the Daily Record and theRecord, through posting on the County website, and by filing a copy of same with the MorrisCounty Clerk and the Clerk of this Board.
 
ROLL CALL: Director
 
ChegwiddenDeputy Director CabanaFreeholder CesaroFreeholder GrossiFreeholder LyonFreeholder MastrangeloFreeholder MurphySALUTE TO THE FLAG9:30 a.m.Recognition:State Award to Morris County Health ManagementScott DiGiralomo, Director, Dept. of Law & Public SafetyPROGRAM:Mosquito Extermination Commission Kristian McMorland, SuperintendentSeasonal Update MC Mosquito Extermination Commission ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT CLERK/DEPARTMENT HEAD REPORTS COUNTY COUNSEL’S REPORT REVIEW RESOLUTIONSFREEHOLDERS’ REPORTSCORRESPONDENCE:
None
DISCUSSION: ROAD OPENING PERMITS:
None
 CLOSED SESSION: Identify TopicPERSONNEL
 Labor Negotiations
PBA 298 – Corrections Officers - Status and UpdatePark Police Main Unit Status and UpdatePark Police Superiors Status and UpdatePark Commission Civilians – Main Unit Local 32 Status and UpdatePBA 151 – Status and Update1199J – Status and UpdateAPPOINTMENTSCONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS
Contractual Matters
COPS FundingInsurance Broker ServicesRenewable Energy Round 2Morris ViewPURCHASE, LEASE OR ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY PENDING OR
 Property Acquisition / Potential Litigation
Powerville Road ImprovementsANTICIPATED LITIGATIONMATTERS FALLING WITHIN THE ATTORNEY CLIENTPRIVILEGELOCATION FOR TONIGHT’S MEETING:Borough of Kinnelon Municipal Building130 Kinnelon Road
 
FREEHOLDER WORK SESSION MEETING – SEPTEMBER 24, 2012-
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Additional information about any resolution or ordinance that appears on the agendacan be obtained by calling the office of the Morris County Counsel at 973-829-8060.
_____________________________________________________________________________________The public informal work session of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris wascalled to order by Director Chegwidden at 9:40 a.m. on September 24, 2012 in the Freeholders’ PublicMeeting Room, 5
th
Floor, Administration and Records Building, Court Street, Morristown, New Jersey.Deputy Clerk of the Board Susan Allard read the open public meeting announcement as to thescheduling resolution and the publication of notice as required by law.
Freeholders In Attendance
:Director ChegwiddenFreeholder CabanaFreeholder Cesaro
Freeholders Absent:
None
Staff Present
Administrator BonanniAssistant Administrator BuchananClerk of the Board KetchumDeputy Clerk of the Board AllardCounty Counsel Dan O’MullanAssistant County Counsel Bush
Others Present
:The meeting was open to the public and press.Freeholder GrossiFreeholder MastrangeloFreeholder LyonFreeholder Murphy (arrived at 9:43 a.m.)Director BurdDirector DiGiralomoDirector HammondDirector LearyDirector PintoDirector RoePublic Information Officer Garifo
CEHA Award
Mr. DiGiralomo introduced the health managementstaff. The CEHA office was recognized by anaward from the State DEP for its excellence inrunning and managing the program. This isawarded annually to one CEHA office in the Stateand Morris County was selected this year. TheFreeholder Board thanked those individuals fortheir efforts and achievement.Freeholder Murphy joined the meeting at 9:43 a.m.
Mosquito Extermination Commission Update
Mr. McMorland distributed educational materialthat the Commission hands out to the public.Last year, because of the weather situation, therewas a large mosquito population. This year isdifferent because we never had the rainfall. This isthe first year he and his staff can remember thatthey did not have to apply aerial spraying.On the other hand, last year there were 47 positivepools of West Nile virus identified compared to 73pools this year. Morris County ranked the secondhighest in the state.Dead crows are the identifier of West Nile virus inthe area. Anyone that discovers a dead crowshould report it to the municipal health departmentfor pick up and delivery to the MosquitoCommission for testing. This year Blue Jays havebeen found to carry the virus as well.The Asian tiger mosquito continues to beinvasive and aggressive. These insectsappear during the day and night. If there isa mild winter, they are able to winter over.The Commission has been distributingeducational material in neighborhoods toalert the public how to get rid of or modifythe mosquitos’ habitat.Flood areas are big breeding areas,especially where houses have beenabandoned.He advised the Freeholder Board to look onthe Mosquito Commission website for up-to-date notices. Our Public InformationOffice also places information on thewebsite.
ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT
The administrator distributed and discussedwith the Freeholder Board a Moody’sInvestors Services PowerPoint focused onrating methodology.He advised the Board that he, Ms.Buchanan and Mr. Hammond attended ameeting with George Sous and PSE&Gregarding the power upgrade projectundertaken in Morris County.Mr. Bonanni has responded to WashingtonTownship’s dispatch concerns in writing
 
FREEHOLDER CONFERENCE MEETING – SEPTEMBER 24, 2012
- 3 -and followed up with a call to their administrator.He announced that the following meetings andevents would take place:
 
Sept. 28th NJAC Meeting and CountyAdministrators Meeting
 
Sept 30th Fall Festival
 
October 3
rd
Morris County EconomicDevelopment Luncheon – GovernorChristie will be the keynote speaker.
 
October 3
rd
Six County Coalition -Waterloo NJTPA/NJDOTAdditionally, the Administrator deferred to Lawand Public Safety Director DiGiralomo whoadvised the Board the he, the Sheriff, and the Park Police Chief have recommended that PoliceExecutive Research Forum be awarded a contractto study moving the non-mandated services of theSheriff’s Office into the Park Police.He requested a modification to a section of thepublic portion of the Freeholder Board’s August22, 2012 regular meeting minutes concerningMr. Goldberg’s inquiry on a 90-unit affordablehousing project. It was also noted thatMr. Goldberg’s town of residence is MorrisTownship and not Madison as stated in theminutes. The Freeholder Board concurred tomake the changes in the minutes.Assistant Administrator’s ReportMs. Buchanan reported that the Facilities ReviewCommittee will meet this Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.She distributed the Capital Budget Process reportto the Freeholder Board. There are $30 million inrequests at present.Ms. Spencer, Ms. Klenetsky, Mr. Pinto and HumanServices personnel are to be commended for theirwork on creating the Human Services website.That website received the Pinnacle Award from theNational Association of Government Webmasters.The judging criteria includes content, design,accessibility for those with special needs andinteractivity, to name a few. The judge’scomments included kudos for the frequent updates,the clear content, the clear organization of thecontent and the responsiveness of the site. One judge even scored a 98 out of 100.Mr. Garifo reported that the Morris CountyFestival on the Green will take place this Sunday,September 30 from noon until 5 p.m. ManyMorris County departments and entities willparticipate.
COUNTY COUNSEL’S REPORT
His department has reviewed forty-one resolutions.There are three ordinances that will be on theagenda for this evening’s meeting:For introduction:
 
$185,000 capital surplus ordinancefor various County buildingimprovements
 
$400,000 capital reserve for a 9-1-1patriot radio system.For second reading:
 
$31,800,000 refunding bondordinance.
FREEHOLDER MURPHY
The McMATCH Food Drive hasconcluded. Over 24,000 lbs. of food havebeen received. On September 27 awardswill be given to those towns that collectedthe most. He is not able to make thepresentation on September 27 and askedwhether another Board member could stepin. Freeholder Grossi will volunteer.On October 16 at 6:30 p.m., HumanServices is hosting a Disabilities Forum.Since he is not available to be there,Freeholder Grossi will attend.
FREEHOLDER CABANA
The OEM worked with the State to identifystate emergency shelters. These sheltersare in addition to the ones used by theCounty.He reported that Resolution No. 5 is for thepurchase of portable radios by the Dept. of Law & Public Safety.
FREEHOLDER MASTRANGELO
The final draft of the IT Strategic Plan isbeing revised and completed and istentatively scheduled for presentation bythe IT Strategic Planning Team and theconsultant Mike Droe at theOctober 10th work session.The Morris County Library is once againdoing its Food for Fines driveNovember 1st to 18th. Library fines areforgiven in lieu of a donation of food forthe Interfaith Food Pantry.The Library is hosting an AssistiveListening Technology Loan TrainingProgram tomorrow, September 25thfrom 10:00 am to noon in the PublicMeeting Room. The session will trainlibrary staff on assistive listeningtechnology used by those living withhearing loss.Resolution No. 33 covers State contractpurchases, some of which are IT purchasesfrom Dell Marketing and Verizon.

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