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BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS – ANNUAL MEETING – JANUARY 6, 2010
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BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS - ANNUAL MEETING - JANUARY 6, 2010

The Denville Fire Dept., First Aid Squad and Robert McDermott from the Morris County Sheriff's Office piped in the 2010 Board of Chosen Freeholders.

The National Anthem was sung by the Morris county vocational School District Choral Club with Choral Club Advisor, David Stasiak.

Clerk of the Board, Diane M. Ketchum, called the meeting to order and read the announcement:

Adequate notice of this meeting held this sixth day of January, 2010, has been provided through resolution adopted by the Board on December 9, 2009, and through the po.sting of said resolution in the Administration and Records Building and in the courthouse and by mailing the resolution to all newspapers circulating in the County and by filing a copy of same with the Clerk of Morristown and the Morris County Clerk.

The Clerk then announced that she has received from the Morris County Board of County Canvassers certificates showing the determination of the election of William J. Chegwidden as Freeholder for a term of three years; Gene P. Feyl as Freeholder for a term of three years; and John J. Murphy as Freeholder for a term of three years; and John Pecoraro as Surrogate for a term of five years and she has placed said certificate on file.

WILLIAM J. CHEGWIDDEN took the Oath of Office for Freeholder. He was sworn in by Governor-elect Chris Christie. Holding the bible was Bill's son Vaughn, wife Shelly, daughters Casie and Brittney; mother, Joan.

GENE F. FEYL took the Oa th of Of f ice for Freeholder. He was sworn in by Governor-elect Chris Christie. Holding the bible was Gene's wife Peg, Dana and Frank Dawson, daughter and s ori-d.n+Law, grandchildren shannon and Erin.

JOHN J. MURPHY took the Oath of Office for Freeholder. He was sworn i.n by Governor-elect Chris Christie. Holding the bible was his wife Jennifer, daughters Caitlyn, Megan, Emily, and son Jack; mother, Bridget Murphy; and John's mother and father-in-law Oscar and Barbara Doyle.

JOHN PECORARO took the Oath of Office for surrogate. swearing him in was Hon. Theodore B. Bonzonelis, holding the bible was his wife Rosemary, daughter Monica ,son Philip ; mother, Clara.

The Clerk of the Board shall serve as the temporary chairman.

The temporary chairman took the chair and announced that nominations for Director for 2010 are in order.

GENE FEYL is nominated for Director by Freeholder Chegwidden.

Freeholder Margaret Nordstrom seconded the nomination of Freeholder Peyl.

The Clerk called the roll.

YES: Cabana, Chegwidden, Murphy, Murray, schrier, Nordstrom and

Director Feyl (7)

The temporary chairman declared that GENE FEYL was duly elected by a unanimous vote

GENE FEYL took the Oath of Office for Freeholder Direc·tor. He was sworn in by Governor-elect Chris Christie. Holding the bible was Gene's wife Peg, Dana and Frank Dawson, daughter and son-in-law, grandchildren Shannon and Erin.

Director Peyl asks: "May I have a nomination for Deputy Director·.

Freeholder Cabana states: "I move the appointment of William J. Chegwidden to be Deputy Director for the year 2010".

Freeholder Murray states: "I second the motion·.

The Director requested that Clerk Ketchum call the roll, and she did.

YES: Preeholders Cabana, Murphy, Murray, Nordstrom, Schrier and Director

Peyl (6)

ABSTAIN: Preeholder Chegwidden

(1)

WILLIAM J. CHEGWIDDEN took the Oath of Office for Deputy Freeholder Director. He was sworn in by Mount A.rlington Mayor Art Ondish. Holding the bible was Rob Geary.

The Director requested that everyone stand for the invocation and the flag salute. Reverend George Imhoff of Denville Community Church gave the invocation.

Director Feyl gave the following message:

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BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS - ANNUAL MEETING - JANUARY 6, 2010 Good evening _ I t is my pri v i lege to we Lcorne fami I y, fri ends, co - wor-kers and citizens of Morris County to the 2010 reorganization meeting of the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders_

On behalf of the board I thank you for joining us this evening and extend to you our warm wishes for 2010.

Other officials seated on the dais who have not been previously introduced are, to my right, Diane Ketchum, Clerk of the Board to her right, John Bonanni, County Administrator_ John is the thread that holds together the fabric of county government on a daily basis, to my left, Daniel O'Mullan, county Counsel and behind me Tom Markt, Assistant County Administrator, Randal Bush, Assistant County Counsel. And one more time thank you Governor-elect Christie for being here with us this evening_ It is deeply appreciated_

Special thanks to Chief Jim Crothers and Denville Township Fire Department and First Aid Squad for presenting our nation's colors this evening.

No celebration in Morris County would be complete without bagpipes and I thank Sergeant Bob McDermott of the Prosecutor' s office for his soul ful playing of the pipes this evening_

Thank you to Dr_ Patrie Pelosi of the Morris County School of Technology and the school' a exceptional Choral Club for their patriotic musical expressions this evening as well as their CuI inary Arts staff and students for the preparation and pre,sentation of the food you will enj oy later.

Thank you Reverend George Imhoff of the Denville Community Church and Monsignor Patrick Brown of Saint Vincent DePaul in Stirling for their prayerful blessings on this celebration.

Congratulations to my colleagues and running mates John Murphy and Bill Chegwidden on your reelection as freeholders_

La,stly, but most important to me, I thank my wife Peg. daughter Dana and two of our five grandchildren, Shannon and Erin.

I'd like to recognize some elected officials and esteemed guests who joined US this evening_ Please hold your applause until the end:

My most humble appreciation is extended to my freeholder colleagues for their confidence in entrusting me again with the responsibility of leading and speaking on behalf of the board for what traditionally will be my last year as director_

AS I reflected on reorganization meetings, that I have attended over the past; twenty years, at all levels of government it occurr-ed to me that frequently there is the reference to what a "tough year it has been and that this year will be even more difficult" and then of course the obligatory "We're working day and night to squeeze extra value out of your tax dollar." Well shame on us if we are not, that's what we are elected to do! That should be every elected official's goal in good economic times and in bad. For every tax increase places additional burdens upon or residents_

So I am not going to tell you how revenues are down and costs are up_ I'm going to tell you what we have done with the fiduciary trust you placed in us and wha t we ar-e planning for 2010 _ Las t year I said: "I tis our' goal to p reseri t a 2009 county budget that reflects little or no increase in spending from 2008".

I am plea sed to t ell you that we reduced county taxes in 2009 by $2. _ 2 million dollars and have. through retirements and attrition, reduced 223 county jobs during the pas t three years _ Our goal for- 2010 is again no tax increas e and if possible a modest decrease" And we will do this without one time gimmicks like pension premium deferrals.

Strong financial management has always been a keystone of Morris County government_ Financial rating agencies such as Moody's and Standard and Poors have awarded Morris county a AAA bond rating for the past 35 years and consider Morris County the benchmar-k by which they measure other counties throughout the Dnited States _ This is not a function of luck or hope that thi.ngs will work it; it is quite simply financial diligence and adherence to focused management principles.

Governor, it is my distinct honor to have you in our presence this evening.

We all realize the enormous task that lies ahead. Please be assured that we, in Morris County, are committed to assisting you and your administration in any way possible. It i,s comforting for us to know that you once sat in this exact chair and can fully appreciate the critical issues that face every level of government_ We all look forward to the culture of accountability and determined leadership that you will bring to the State of New Jersey_

As citizens and elected officials we face similar financial challenges: experienCing reduced revenue, higher costs and a simultaneous demand for additional services. But we can not allow government to be paralyzed by this

d i Lernma . We must continue to move forward, if not at the aggr'essive pace we are

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accus t cmed at a more moderate pace that, long term, maintains Morris County as a leader in efficient delivery of quality services that enhance the quality of life for every citizen.

In a few moments my colleagues will briefly present to you some of the innovative programs that we were planning last year and will begin implementation this year. These are not short term projects, but will serve the citizens of Morris county for decades to come.

You will hear about,

Our Renewablelsolar energy project that has become a model for governments across the nation,

Our State of the Art Communications Center that, when complete will have the capability to provide dispatch services for all emergency agencies across the county

Our Economic Development initiative focused on retaining business in Morris County and our rehabilitation of a short rail line to serve local business

Our Open Space and Historic preservation program and our county planning effort

Our Human services programs and our plans for Central Park at MorrLs County

Our technological advances in administrative systems such as purchasing, timekeeping and payroll.

Morr-is County has an exceptional team of volunteer's, co-workers and elected officials working together on continuously improving Morris County. That has been the case for 211 years as we collectively refine the work of those who were here before us.

But as we plan for the future we must maintain focus on gover-nment's primary mission; the health and safety of our citizens. We live in dangerous times. Life is random and we must be prepared to confront any manner of known or unknown health or public safety event.

Likewise our future is shaped by education in particular our incomparable county college and technical school. We maintain the finest county park system, an exceptional library and an unrivaled open space program.

But, these will all have diminished value if life safety is not our primary mfss i on _

So as you can see, the year ahead will be a busy one. We look forward to meeting the challenges ... and we encour'eqe your comments, suggestions and support.

On behalf of the Board, I thank you for joining us this evening, and I wi,sh you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.

Freeholder Murphy made the following remarks,

Morris View Healthcare Center achieved 96 percent occupancy, keeping the 283 beds filled to capacity consistently for the first time and resulting in over $2.5 mill ion in revenue for the facility in 2009_

The Youth Shelter and the ,Juvenile Detention Center accomplished shared services agreements with Hunterdon, Warren, Sussex, and Bergen counties. This consolidation of services enhanced revenues in Morris County it helped the other counties r-ealize cost savings and it provided enhanced services to the youth in these now regional facilities.

The Central Park of Morris County non-profit development continued, with the formal opening of the former Angel Connections House, now being utilized by three coIl abora ting agenc ies, inc I uding Inter fai th Counc i I for Home I es s Pami 1 ie.s, Bric Johnson House and Hope House, to serve individuals and families struggling with homelessness and HIV/AIDS. In that same complex, the Interfaith Food Pantry, with assistance from the county, is in the process of raising funds to build their new facility, which will further enhance services to those in need.

The Office of Temporary Assistance, with the community Development Block Grant program,secured $900,000 in additional fede r a L funding to assist Morris County residents at risk of homelessness because of the economy.

The Office of Temporary Assistance saw a 25 per cent Lncxeas e in the number of Morris County residents it assisted who were in need of Food Stamps and other emergency services.

The Division on Aging, Disabilities and Veterans initiated a new program to he 1 p veterans .stay in the communi t y rather than be i ng p l aced in nurs ing homes. This pilot program is currently helping 27 veterans and is a model for the rest of the State.

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Freeholder Schrier made the following remarks:

It is a great privilege for me to continue my liaison roles with the County Planning Department, the Municipal Utilities Authority, and the Morris County Park Commission. Each of those agencies is involved with new challenges in preservation, transportation, water supply and recreation. These are fundamental assignments that benefit so many people in many ways, every day. They go to the very heart of the idea of "public service."

For instance, responding to changes in technology and the growing need for appropriate di.sposal of discarded items, last year the MUA conducted a record five household hazardous waste drop-off events across the county. More than three thousand s i x hundred people disposed of seventy-one and a quarter tons of hazardous material and 78 tons of used electronics. That's a lot of bad stuff that will not find its way into our underground water supply.

Open space prese rve t Lcn has long been a cause I have supported and continue to support. But our county preservation program recently has taken an interesting turn. Fewer applications for funding have come to us, and the ones we did receive were generally for smaller parcels and ones that adjoin other preserved properties, extending the "greenway".

That's partly why in the past two yeaxs we were able to cut our open space tax by 33 percent, and why we are likely to cut the current levy even further this year, by another 33 percent. In the absence of general, meaningful, property tax relief it's one way we in the county can give our taxpayers a break.

Nonethele.ss, we are aware that preservation is sti 11 important to our citizens. So, last year, even with the tax cut, we were able to allocate over 14 million dollars to help preserve more than a thousand additional acres in 12 towns. As Theodore Roosevel t might have sa i d, "Preservation is cons 00 rva tion, and conservation is the essence of conservatism." I am convinced that is one reason why our quality of life here is so enviable.

Several years ago we created the County Historic· Preservation Trust and we fund it with no additional tax dollars. In 2009 alone we provided over two million dollars to help preserve 30 historic sites - in 21 towns.

We also completed the first phase of a county Historic Sites Survey, information that is available to you online in a searchable database.

So far we've a warded six and a quarte r mi 11 i on doll ars in grants to 26 different towns throughout the county, to help preserve our irreplaceable wealth of historic sites and structures, and with them, our own sense of where we came from throughout our 270 years as a county.

We also preserved three more farms in 2009, bringing the total to 110 Morris County farms now in the preservation program. That means almost 7,000 acres, in 14 county towns, now restricted by deed to cont inue as farms in perpetuity, and more opportunities for you to enjoy farm fresh produce grown right here at home.

All this is only possible thanks to the terrific leadership and staff at Planning, Parks and MUA. Our Planning department under the leadership of Director Frank Pinto recently took the wraps off a sophisticated new computerized Address Management System. Initially the system will be for 9-1-1 and other emergency call.s. But in the near future, your town as we 11 as other county agencies will use it to meet particular local needs, including notifications of emergencies, analysis and trends of criminal activity, and, critically important, to swiftly locate residences occupied by the elderly or persons with disabilities, for a few examples. Much more than a kind of advanced GPS, our Address Management System zeroes-in on addresses to include individual apartments in a building or housing complex, for example. This is a dramatic difference it already has improved the accuracy of finding specific addresses, from about 70 percent up to a remarkable 98 percent.

It g i ves new meaning to the old expression, "We know where you 1 i ve !" but in a good way.

Almost half a million people do live in Morris County, including some of the wealthiest in the nation, folks who could live anywhere they want to. They live here because our county has a reputation as a wonderful place to be. That, too, is no accident and is due to the diligence and dedication of local elected officials and their municipal staff members.

Morris County continues to shine as one of the brightest stars in the

state.

I have said before, and there's no harm in repeating, being a Freeholder

in Morris County is a high privilege, but, as with any privilege, there comes a price. In this case the price is one we willingly accept - to use a portion of

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the precious time allotted to us in life, to honestly and earnestly serve our neighbors and friends and the hundreds of thousands of people we don't know personally, who live in Morris County_

While it is a price - it is also a priceless r eward .

Thank you.

Freeholder Murray made the following remarks:

Thank you Director!

Good evening ladies & gentlemen_

A special welcome to Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen, Gov- Elect Chris Christie, our State Senators & Assemblymen & our Mayors & municipal officials.

First of all, I want to congratulate Freeholders Gene Fyle, Bill Chegwidden & John Murphy on their re-elections.

AI.so, congratulations to Gene for being chosen Director for a second year & to Bill for being chosen for a second year as Deputy Director_

Congratulations also to County Surrogate, John Pecoraro, on his reelection.

We are indeed fortunate to have such outstanding citizens serving us here in Morris county. The rest of the state will also benefit, when former MC FH Chris Chris tie of Mendham Twp, becomes our 55th covernor .

As I s ta rt my 3 r-d year as FH, I want to say that my 1 at 2 yrs have been very rewarding, thanks to the good will & support of my fellow FH & people throughout the County, which I greatly appreciate_

1 have had the privilege of serving as liaison to Admin & Finance, where we have worked to improve services, control costs, and to increase efficiencies of operations_

In that regard, the county recently implemented a special Web Site to allow vendors to submit bids online_ The Site provides all information needed to submit a complete bid package online, making it easier for firms to do business with the county_

In addition, all sales of surplus county property were moved to the internet, generating more compet i tion , resulting in highersal·es pr z ces .

I also serve as liaison to the MCHC, which does an excellent job promoting our county's rich history, so important to our culture & our economy.

The HC r-ecently received more than $17,000 in grants from the NJ Historical Commission, which it then re-granted to 8 history oriented organizations in the County for general operating support & various history projects_

As liaison to the RRWSCabinet & the WRWSActionCommittee, I can report that these committees work to preserve & improve the water quality in our rivers, important for our economy & our quality of life_

I am especially pleased that we were able to lower county taxes last year.

Controlling taxes helps to make Morris County more affordable, and is especially important during this recession when many of our residents are at risk of corporate downsizing & struggle to maintain their homes.

I am also very pleased that we were able to lower taxes wlo employee layoffs. Keeping people at work is important for their well-being as well as for the economy, because they will contribute to the economy by paying taxes & spending money, instead of becoming an additional burden on Human Services.

I am very enthusiastic about the future. The current economic crisis may be an opportunity for an overall review of our tax st ruct ure _ I f we could keep more funds at the local level, I believe they would be used most efficiently and would allow for some needed property tax relief_

Working together is very important, if we are to find solutions to our problems. We need to find a middle ground on many issues, such as promoting economic & business grow·th essential to an economic recovery, while at the same time protecting the environment_ We can do both, if we work together_

Lastly, I want to congratulate our County Employees for their outstanding

work over the past year_ The PH can set policy, but the critical part is to have dedicated and capable people to carry out the policies.

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BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS - ANNUAL MEETING - JANUARY 6, 2010 Thank you again & Happy New Year to everyone_

Freeholder Cabana presented the following resolutions:

(1)

BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows:

1 . During the year 2010, the reg-ular meetings of thi s Board of Chosen Freeholder.s shall be held at 7,30 p_m_ on the second Wednesday of each month and at 7:30 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month.

2. All of said regular meetings at which formal action may be taken will take place at the Board of Chosen Freeholders' Meeting Room, Fifth Floor, Administration and Records Building, Court Street, Morristown, New Jersey_

3. Exact dates of the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month in the year 2010 are,

A. January 13 and January 27

B_ February 10 and February 24

C. March 10 and March 24

D. April 14 and April 28

E_ May 12 and May 26

F. June 9 and June 23

G. July 14 and July 28

H. August 11 and August 25

I_ September 8* and September 22

* rescheduled to Tuesday, September 7

J. October 13 and October 27

K. November 10 and November 24*

*rescheduled to Monday, November 22

L. December 8 and December 22* *rescheduled to Monday, December 20

4 _ In addition to regular meet ings, informal meetings of discussions of this Board of Chosen Freeholders shall take place at 9,30 A.M. every Wednesday preceding the formal public meeting date as referred to in Paragraph

3; provided however, if any Wednesday shall fallon a legal holiday, then the meeting shall be held on the previous Tuesday, and if any such Tuesday shall be a legal holiday, then the meeting shall be held on the previou.s Monday.

5_

Additionally, informal meetings of discussion of this Board of Freeholders shall take place at 7:00 p.m. on the second and wednesday of each month, unless any such day is a legal holiday.

Chosen fourth

6. Exact dates of every second and fourth Wednesday of each month in the year

A_ January 13 and January 27

B. February 10 and February 24

C. March 10 and MOl. rch 24

D. April 14 and April 28

E_ May 12 and May 26

F. June 9 and June 23

G. July 14 and July 28

H. August 11 and August 25

I_ September 8* and September 22 *rescheduled to Tuesday, September 7

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J. October 13 and October 27

K. November 10 and November 24* *rescheduled to Monday, November 22

L. December 8 and December 22*

*rescheduled to Monday, December 20

7. All of said informal meetings of discussion at which no formal action may be taken will take place in the Freeholders' Conference Room. Fifth Ploor. Administration and Records Building. Court Street, Morristown, New Jer,sey.

S. At any meeting where an agenda is to be used, said agenda shall be furnished to all persons in attendance at the meeting.

9. ALL PERSONS ARE INVITED TO ALL OF THE MEETINGS HERBINB.8f'ORE SET FORTH.

10. During the year 2010 on every informal meeting date at 10: 00 A. M. or as soon thereafter as practicable, this Board shall meet with

County Counsel or one of his assistants in order to d Ls cus s matters Which fall within he attorney-client privilege, to the extent

that confidentiality Is required, and the public shall be excluded.

11. The time when and the circumstances under which the discussions conducted with Counsel in closed session can be disclosed to the

public are unknown because of the nature of the subject matters to be discussed.

12. During the year 2010 on every informal meeting date at 10:00 A.M.,

or as soon thereafter as practicable when this board shall not be meeting with Coun.se l , and when necessa.ry, the public will be excluded from

the meetings of this Board. The general nature of the subjects to

be discussed are as follows:

1) Personnel

2) Appointments

3) Contract Negotiations

4) Purchase, lease or acquisition of real property S) Pending or anticipated litigation

6) Matters falling within the attorney-client privilege

The Board shall disclose to the pub 1 ic the contents of the discussion after final disposition of the matters discussed.

13. The Clerk is directed to prominently post and maintain posted

throughout the year on the Freeholder Bulletin Boards in the Administration and Records Building and the Courthouse a certified copy of this resolution. In addition the Clerk is directed to mail forthwith a

certified copy of this resolution to the following:

A. Daily Record

B. The Star Ledger

C. The Record

D. WMTR

Also, the Clerk shall file a certified copy of this resolution with the Morris County Clerk.

14. This resolution is being adopted in order to comply with P. L. 1975.

Chapter 231, "Open Public Meetings Act".

(2)

RESOLVED that the Ey-Laws of this Board as adopted on August 27. 1975

and revised by Resolution Number 40 on February 26, 1992, be and the same are hereby adopted as the By-Laws of the Board for the year 2010.

(3)

RESOLVEO that GENE FE'lL be and he is hereby appointed Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris to act as Director and Chairman

of meet ings. for a term of one (1) yea r at a sal ary as se t forth in the Salary Resolution for Officers and Employees of the County, payable bi-weekly.

(4)

RESOLVED that WILLLIAM J. CHEGWIDDEN be and he is hereby appointed Deputy Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris to act

as Director and Chairman of meetings in the absence of the Director for a term of one (1) year. without salary.

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(5)

RESOLVED that DOUGLAS R. CABANA be and is hereby appointed a "Voting Member" in the New Jersey Association of counties for a term of one (1) year, without salary.

(6)

RESOLVED that Margaret Nordstrom be and is hereby appointed First Alternate Voting Member in the New Jersey Association of Counties for a term of one (1) year, without salary.

(7)

RESOLVED that JOHN BONANNI be arid he is hereby appointed "Second Alternate Voting Member" in the New Jersey Association of Counties for a term of one (1) year, without salary.

(8)

RESOLVED that FREEHOLDER JACK SCHRIER be and he is hereby appointed an ExOfficio member of the Morris County Planning Board for a term of one (1)

year, without salary.

(9)

RESOLVED that JAMES MURRAY be and is hereby appointed an EX-Officio "Alternate" member of the Morris County Planning Board for a term of one (1)

year, without .salary, to serve in the place of the Freeholder Director or EX-Officio member, JACK SCHRIER, whenever he/she is temporarily absent, disabled

or disqualified.

(10)

RESOLVED that WILLIAM CHEGWIDDEN be and is hereby appointed an Ex-Officio member of the Board of School Estimate of the Vocational School in the County

of Morris for a term of one (1) year, without salary.

(11 )

RESOLVED that FREEHOLDER ·JACK SCHRIBR be and he is her·eby appointed an ExOfficio member of the Board of School Estimate of the Vocational school in

the County of Morris for a term of one (1) year, without salary.

(12)

RESOLVED that FREEHOLDER WILLIAM CHEGWIDDEN be and is hereby appointed an Exofficio member of the Board of School Estimate of the County College of Morris for a term of one (1) year, without salary.

(13)

RESOLVED that JACK SCHRIER be and is hereby appointed an Ex-officio member of the Board of School Estimate of the County College of Morris for a term of one

(1) year, without salary.

(15)

RESOLVED that the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris hereby appoint the following as members of the Advisory Couneil on Aging, Disabilities and Veterans Service and shall serve, without salary, for· one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010:

Joel Aronson Chuck Collins

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Pat Gianetti

Peter Gimble

Bernard Hayet

Saul Lynk

Thomas Pappas Jeannette S. Perlman Edward Quinn

Vincent Schindel Sheila Shuford

Emil Simonetti Robert Tracey

(16)

RESOLVED that RICCI DESIDERIO. be and is hereby appointed as a member of the Agriculture Development Board to fill the unexpired term four (4) year

term of William Roehrich to expire on December 31, 2010 and shall serve without salary; and

BE IT FURTHER RESo.LVED that Lo.UISE DAVIS be and is hereby appointed as a member of the Agriculture Development Board to fill the unexpired four (4) year term of Jay Thomson to expire on December 31, 2011 and shall serve without salary.

(17 )

RESOLVED that the following are hereby appointed members of the Airport Advisory Commi t tee f or a term of one (11 year to expire on December 31, 2010 , without salary:

Eric Bossard

Paul Boudreau Donald J. Bowen Melverne Cooke Frank Druet'z ler Nicholas Kapotes William List

Megan Moench

James Murray

Lou Nisivoccia Margaret Nordstrom Jack o.lcott

Win Perkins

Fred Prosperi Maria Renner

Ken Schleifer

(18 )

RESOLVED that the following are hereby appointed members of the Alcohol

and Drug Abuse Advisory Committee for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010, without salary:

Gregg Benson Karen Cutaneo Margaret Himsl Lauren Hirtes Marcy McMann Spiro Milonas Susan Tietjen LuJuan Tucker David Walker Barbara Ward Deborah Ward

WHEREAS, there exists a need for the provision of professional right-of-way negotiator and real property appraisal services by the County of Morris; and

WHEREAS, the Local Public Contracts Law (N. J. S. A ,. 40A: 11-1, et seq.) requires that the resolution authorizing the award of contract for "professional

services" without competitive bidding and the contract itself must be available for public inspection; and

WHEREAS, the estimated amount of the contract to be awarded shall be at the rate of $90.00 per hour; and

NOW, THEREFo.RE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows:

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I. The Agreements between the County of Morris and (l) ElRNEST DEL GUERCIO, (2) CHARLES J. FEMMtNELLA, (3) LOUIS S. I ZENBERG, (4) BARRY J. KRAUS ER, (5) JOSHUA D. MACKOFF and (6) HARRY L. SCHWARZ & CO., copi e.s of whi ch sha 11 be on file in the Office of the County Administrator and made a part hereof by reference, are hereby approved and shall be entered into by this Board.

2. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized

to sign and execute the contracts conditioned upon the contractor's compliance with the requirements set forth in paragraph 5, below.

3. The contracts are awarded without competi t i v e bidding as a "professional service" under the provisions of the Local Public Contracts Law because

it is for services to be rendered by a person or persons whose practice is regulated by law.

4. An official notice of this action shall be published in accordance with the law.

5. The contracts are awarded pursuant to a fair and open process in compliance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.1, et seq

(20)

RESOLVED that Glenn Roe be and is hereby appointed Chief Financial Officer for a term of three (3) years to expire on December 31, 2012, at a salary in compliance with the Morris County Management Compensation Plan.

(21)

RESOLVED that the following are hereby appointed as Compliance Officer.s, Public Agency for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010,

without salary:

James Abline Charmayne Bowie Thomas Zaccone

(22 )

RESOLVED that BRUCE W. ALATARY be and is hereby appointed to serve as Chairman of the Construction Board of Appeals, without salary, for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that TED MAGLIONE be and is hereby appointed to serve as Vice Chairman of the Construction Board of Appeals, without salary, for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that MICHAEL SPILLANE be and is hereby appointed

to serve as a Special Member and as an Alternate Member of the Construction Board of Appeals for a term of four (4) years to expire on December 31, 2013, without salary, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that HAROLD ENDEAR be and is hereby appointed to serve as a regular menlber of the Construction Board of Appeals for a term of four

(4) ye ars to expi re on December 31, :2 0 13, wit hou t salary, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that KIMBERLY HURLEY be and is hereby appointed

to serve as an Alternate member of the Construction Board of Appeals for a term of four (4) years to expire on December 31, 2013, without salary.

(23 )

RESOLVED that the following are hereby appointed as members of the County Alliance Steering Subcommittee (CASS) for a term of one (1) year to expire

on December 31, 2010 without salary,

Charlie Berman Marcia Brands Heidi Brotzman David Johnston Carolyn Kleinman Sylvia Lippe Sharon Staszak Arlene Stoller

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RESOLVED that the following be and are herewith appointed as members of the Educational Incentive Committee and shall serve without salary for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010:

MARILYN CIOFFI CHRISTINE MARION

(25)

RESOLVED that Scott DiGiralomo be and is herewith appointed as Morris County Emergency Management Coordinator for a term of three (3) years to expire on December 31, 2012, without salary.

(26)

RESOLVED that the following be and are herewith appointed as members of the Freight Railroad Advisory committee and shall serve without salary for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010:

Kathy DeFillippo Jim Dodd

Gordon Fuller

Jack Holland

Allen Napoliello Margaret Nordstrom Frank T. Reilly Jack Schrier

(27 )

RESOLVED that EPSEY FARRELL and ·JAMESWOODRUFF be and are hereby appointed to the Heritage Commission to serve for a term of five (5) years to expire December 31, 2014, without salary.

(28 )

RESOLVED that the following be and are hereby appo i nted as members of the HIV/AIDS CONSORTIUM (Td-County) to serve for a term of one (1) year to expire December ]1, 2010, without salary:

Bob Armstrong Joel Aronson

Sister Roberta File Joann McEniry William Shapiro Steven Suttles

(29)

RESOLVED that RUSSELL HALL be and is hereby appointed as a member of the Hou.sing Authority for the County of Morris for a term of five (5) years to expire on October 10, 2014, without salary.

(30)

RESOLVED that the following are hereby appointed members of the Human Services Advisory Council for the County of Morris for a term of one year to expire

on December 31, 2010, without salary:

Jeff Bashe Marcia Brands Linda Csengeto Nancy Delaney David Hollowell Charles LaRussa Cecilia Laureys Elizabeth Manley Kathy McKeithen Mary Jane Melo Deborah Merz Debbie Miller

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Ken Oexle

Thomas Pappas

Susan Tietjen

David Walker

Ruth Wilson

Rebekka Zydel

(31)

RESOLVED that WILLIAM CItEGWIDOEN be and is hereby appointed Commissioner of the Insurance Fund Commission to serve without salary for a term of two years

to expire on December 31, 3011; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that DOUGLAS R. CABANA be and is hereby appointed Al ternate Commi,ss loner of the Insurance Fund Commi ssion to serve wi thou t sal ary for a term of two years to expire on December 31, 2011, without salary.

(32 )

WHEREAS, there exists a need for the provision of General Counsel/Litigation Manager Services to the Morris County Insurance Fund; and

WHEREAS, the Local Public Contracts Law (N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1, et seq.) requires that the resolution authorizing the award of contract for "professional services" without competitive bidding and the contract itself must be available for

public inspection; and

WHEREAS, the estimated amount of the contract to be awarded shall be at the rate of $120.00 per hour; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows:

1. The Agreement between the County of Morris and JOHN INGLESINO "General Counsel/Litigation Manager Services", a copy of which shall be on file

in the Office of the County Administrator and made a part hereof by reference, is hereby approved and shall be entered into by this Board.

2. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute the contract conditioned upon the contractor's compliance

with the requirements set forth in paragraph 5, below.

3. The contract is awarded without competitive bidding as a "professional service" under the provisions of the Local Public' Contracts Law because

It is for services to be rendered by a person or persons whose practice

is regulated by law.

4. An official notice of this action shall be published in accordance with the

5. The contract is awarded pursuant to a fair and open process in compliance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.1, et seq.

(33 )

RESOLVED that GRACE KELLY and MARK SPITZER be and are hereby appointed as members of the Integrated Justice Information System Advisory Committee to serve the pleasure of the Board, without salary.

(34)

RESOLVED that EDWARD McCARTHY be and is hereby appointed as an Alternate member to the Lake Hopatcong Commission for a term of two (2) years to expire

on December 31, 2011, without salary.

(35)

RESOLVED that STEVE RATTNER be and is hereby appointed as a member of the Lake Musconetcong Regional Planning Board for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010, without sa Laz'y ,

(36)

RESOLVED that the following be and are hereby appointed to serve on the MAPS Citizen Advisory Committee for a term of one (I) year to expire on December 31, 2010, without salary:

BERNARD HAYET

SAUL LYNK

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THOMAS PAPPAS

JEANNETTE S. PERLMAN

EMIL SIMONETTI

MARK STEPHENSON

(37 )

WHEREAS, there exists a need for the provlslon of professional legal services limited solely as a mediator at the County of Morris; and

WHEREAS, the Local Publ ic Con tract sLaw (N. J . S . A.. 4 OA: 11-1, et seq.) require s that the resolution authorizing the award of contract for 'professional services· without competitive biding and the contract itself must be available for

public inspection; and

WHEREAS, the estimated amount of the contract to be awarded shall be at the rate of $105.00 per hour; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows:

1. The Agreement between the County of Morris and Mediator Roger B. Jacobs, a copy of which shall be on file in the Office of the

and County Administrator and made a part hereof by refer·ence, is hereby approved .shall be entered into by this Board.

2. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute the contract conditioned upon the contractor's compliance with the requirements set forth in paragraph 5, below.

3. The contract is awarded without competitive bidding as a Rprofessional

service" under the provisions of the Local Public Contracts Law because it is for services to be rendered by a person or persons whose practice

is r-egulated by law

4. An official notice of this action shall be published in accordance with the law_

5. The contract is awarded pursuant to a fair and open process in compliance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.1, et seq.

(38 )

RESOLVED that BARBARA WARD be and is hereby appointed as a merriber of the Mental Health Advisory Boal'd to serve without salary to fill the unexpired three (3) yearterm of Gear-die Kline to expire on June 3D, 2010; and

BE, IT FURTHER RESOLVED that CAROL DEGRAW be and is hereby appointed as a member of the Mental Health Advisory Board to ser-ve without salary to fill the unexpired three (3) year term of Charles LaRussa to expir-e on June 3D, 2012; and

BE 1'1' FURTHER RESOLVED that DEBORAH WARD be and is hereby appointed as a memberof the Mental Health Advisory Board to serve without salary to fill the unexpired three (3) year term of Marcia Brands to expire on June 30, 2012.

(39)

RESOLVED that the following be and are hereby appointed members of the MorTis County Advisory Committee on Women to serve for a period of one (1) year to expir-e on Dece·mber 31, 2010, without salary:

Pam Bennett-Santoro Heather Clarke-Peckerman Edith Frank

Dianne Hartshorn Virginia Lyttle

Elaine Muller

Patricia O'Dowd Donohue Michelle Roers

Mariana Vergara

(40)

RESOLVED, that KEVIN BREEN and GEORGE COPPOLA be and are hereby appointed as members of the Morris County Mosquito Exter-mination Commission for- a term of thr-ee (3) years to expire on December 31, 2012, without salary.

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RESOLVED that STEVE RATTNER be and is he r eby appointed as a member of the Musconetcong River Management Council to serve without salary for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010

(42 )

RESOLVED that JOHN SETTE be and is hereby appointed as a member of the Morris County Park Commission for a term of five (5) years to expire on December 31, 2014, without salary.

(43 )

RESOLVED that V!RGINIA MICHELIN be and is herewith appointed to serve as

a member of the Picatinny Arsenal Environmental Restoration Advisory Board at the pleasure of the Board without salary.

(44)

RESOLVED that JOSEPH FALKOWSKI and PAUL VAN GELDER be and are herewith appointed to serve as members of the Morris County Planning Board for a term

of three (3) years to expire on December 31, 2012, without salary.

(45)

RESOLVED tha t in accordance wi th N. J . S . A _ 40: 2 7 -1 . 1 , the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris approves the appointment made by the Freeholder Director of EDWARD McCARTHY as Morris County Planning Board Alternate No. 1 to serve for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010, without salary; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40:27-1.1, the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris approves the appointment made by the Freeholder Director of EVERTON SCOTT as Morris County Planning Board Alternate No.2 to serve for a term of one (1) year to expire on December 31, 2010.

without salary;

(46)

RESOLVED, that GRACE KELLY be and is hereby appointed to serve as a member of the Public Employees Awards Committee to fill the unexpired three (3) year term of Ed Facas which t erm will expi.re on December 31, 2010, wi thou.t salary; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that KAREN BLANCHARD and RONALD GRAZIANO be and

are hereby appointed to serve as members of the Public Employees suggestion Awards Commi t tee for a term of two (:2) years to expire on Dec'ember 31, 2011,

without salary.

(47)

RESOLVED that the following be and are hereby appointed as members of

the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy Advisory Board to serve without salary for a one-year term to expire on December 31, 2010:

Dan Caffery

William Egbert Kevin Gaffney Thomas A. Guglielmo Stanley Hansen Joseph Hogh

Charles McCoy Raymond Nisivoccia Nicholas Saccamano Dennis Sanderson

(48 )

RESOLVED that James Ahline be and is hereby appointed Purchasing Agent for a term of three (3) years to expire on December 31, 2012, at a salary in compliance with the Morris County Management Compensation Plan.

(49)

RESOLVED that MARGARET NORDSTROM and FRANK PINTO be and they are hereby appointed to serve as members of the Raritan Highlands Compact for a term of one

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(SO)

RESOLVED that CHRISTINE MARION be and is hereby appointed to serv,e as a member of the Rockaway River Watershed Cabinet, at the pleasure of the Board without salary.

(51 )

WHEREAS, there exists a need for professional court reporting services to assist the County of Morris in hearings; and

WHEREAS, the estimated maximum amount of the contracts to be awarded is $5,000.00; and

WHEREAS, the Local Public Contracts Law (N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1, et seq.)

r equi r'es that the resolution authorizing the award of cont.rac t for professional services" without competitive bidding and the contract itself must be available for public inspection;

NOW 'ffiEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows:

1 . '!'he contracts da tedJ anuar y 6, 2010 , as proposed by ROSELAND REPORTING SERVICES and TAYLOR and FRIEDBERG, A New Jersey Partnership, in their propos OIls dated ,January 6, 2 010, a copy of whi ch is on file in the Of f ice of the County Administrator and made a part hereof by reference, is hereby approved and shall be entered into by this Board.

2. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to execu t e aa id con t rac t condi t ioned upon the cant ractor 's compl iance wi th

the requirements set forth in paragraph 6, below.

3. The contract is awarded without competitive bidding as a "professional service" under the provisions of the Local Publ ic Contract Law because it is for services to be rendered by a person or persons whose practice

is regulated by law.

4. The Trea,surer is hereby authorized to issue a Certi ficate of Availability of Funds charging Capital Account.

5. Notice of this action shall be published in the Daily Record.

6. The contract is awarded pursuant to a fair and open process in compliance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.1, et seq.

(52)

RESOLVED that the following are hereby appointed members of the Solid Waste Advisory Council for a term of one year to expire on December 31, 2010

without salary:

CHRISTOPHER DOUR GEORGE FARRAND JOSEpH NAMETKO PATRICK PAOLELLA 01WW SCAPICCHIO AR'ffiUR SHULMAN MICHAEL STRUMOLO pHILIp S. TOBEY

(53 )

WHEREAS, there exists a need for the provision of professional legsl services at the County of Morris; and

WHEREAS, the Local Public Contracts Law (N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1, et seq.)

r equ i r e.s that the resolution authori z i.nq the award of cont ract for "professional services" without competitive bidding a.nd the contract itself must be available for public inspection; and

WHEREAS, the estimated amount of the contracts to be awarded shall be at the maximum rate of $ 21 0 . 0 ° per hour for pa r t ner s and $ 160 . 00 per' hour for associa tes and additional compensation will be based on the following billing rates:

a) With respect to any permanent financing of Morris County, charges

for services rendered shall be the sum of a base fee of $2,500.00 plus $1.00 per $1,000.00 of bonds issued. Alternatively, with respect to any temporary financings of Morris County, charges will be the sum of a $1,500.00 base

fee, plus $.50 per $1,000.00 of temporary notes issued.

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b) with respect to the preparation Or review of each bond ordinance and the compilation of a cert i fied record of proceedings in connection therewith, charges shall be $300.00 for each bond ordinance prepared.

c) With respect to any advance refunding contemplated by Morris County,

bond counsel will provide an Escrow Agreement and will direct the investment of proceeds of such advance refunding issue in a manner that is consistent with the restrictions of federal tax law to provide for the payment of

the refunded issue, and shall charge an additional fee of $12,500.00 for such services.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morri,s in the State of New Jersey as follows:

1. The Agreements between the County of Morris and DRINKER, BIDDLE & REATH; HAWKINS, DELAFIELD & WOOD; and McCARTER & ENGLISH as "Special Counsel/Bond Couns el ", cop ies of wh i ch sha 11 be on f i 1 e in the Of f ice of the County Administrator and made a part hereof by reference, are hereby approved

and shall be entered into by this Board.

2. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute the referenced contracts.

3. The contracts are awarded without competi ti ve bidding as a "professional service" under the provisions of the Local Public Contracts Law because

it is for services to be rendered by a person or persons whose practice is regulated by law.

4. An official notice of this action shall be published in accordance with the law.

5. The cont re.cte are awarded pursuant to a fair and open pxoceas in compliance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.1, et seq.

(54)

WHEREAS, there exists a need for the provision of professional legal services at the County of Morris; and

WHEREAS, the Local Public Contracts Law (N.J. S.A. 40A: 11-1, et seq.) requires that the resolution authori ~ing the award of cont ract for "profess ional services" without competitive bidding and the contract itself must be available for public inspection; and

WHEREAS, the estimated amount of the contracts to be awarded shall be at the rate of $120.00 per hour; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows:

1. The Agreements between the County of Morris and "Special Counsel" (1) GARY ALGEI ER; (2) JOHN M _ BARBAROLA; (3) MAR'rlN F _ BARBATO; (4) JOSEPH J. BELL, JR.; (5) JOHN M. BOWENS; (6) CATHERINE M. BROWN; (7) EDWARD J. BUZAK; (8) DOMENICK CARMAGNOLA; (9) MICHAEL P. CARROLL; (10) LAWRENCE A. CASHA; (11) JOHN CESARO; (12) GLENN F. CORBETT; (13) ALBERT E. CRUZ; (14 ) JOSEPH M. DONEGAN; (15) ANN F. GROSSI; (16) JOHN S. HOYT, II I; (17) MICHAEL E. HUBNER; (18) JOHN INGLES INO; (19) ROGER B. JACOBS; (20) I'll LL lAM G. JOHNSON; (21) FREDRI C M. KNAPP; (22) THOMAS R. KOBIN; (23) LAURA J. LANDE;

(24) WALTER G. LUGER; (25) GREGG S MALOVANY; (26) CHRISTOPHER G. MElKLE; (n) JOHN A. NAPOLITANO; (28) MAT'I'HEW O'DONNELL; (29) DANIEL W. O'MULLAN;

(30) HOWARD D. POPPER; (31) WAYNE pas I TAN ; (32) LOUI S S. SCEUS I ; (33) DOUGLAS J. STE INHARDT; (34 ) JOHN TORT; (35) DIANE K. WEEKS; and (36) JONATHAN L. WILLIAMS, copies of which shall be on file in the Office of the County Administrator and made a part hereof by r efer ence , axe hereby approved and shall be entered into by this Board.

2. The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby authorized to sign and execute the contracts conditioned upon the cont ract.or' s compliance

with the requirements set forth in paragraph 5, below.

3. The contracts are awarded without competitive bidding as a "professional service" under the provisions of the Local Public' Contracts Law because it is for services to be rendered by a person or persons whose practice

is r'egulated by law.

4. An official notice of this action shall be published in accordance with the law.

5. The contracts are awarded pursuant to a fair and open process in compliance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.1, et seq.

(55)

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(56)

WHEREAS, there exists a need for professional title insurance services

to assist the County of Morris with purchases of interests in real property; and

WHEREAS, the estimated maximum amount of the contract to be awarded is $5,000_00; and

WHEREAS, the Local Publ ic Contract sLaw (N _ J _ S _ A _4 OA: 11-1, et; seq _) r'equ i r'es that the resolution authorizing the award of contract for professional services" without competitive bidding and the contract itself must be available for

public inspection;

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morri.s in the State of New Jersey as follows:

1 _ The cant rac ts da ted January 6, 2010, as propos ed by CENTRAL JERSEY 1'1 TLE COMPANY, INC., A New Jersey Corporation and SUBURBAN 1'1 TL,E& ABSTRACT, INC _ , A New Jersey Corporation, in their proposals dated January 6, 2010, copies of which are on file in the Office of the county Administrator and made a part hereof by reference, are hereby approved and shall be entered into by this Board.

2 _ The Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders is hereby aut.ho.ri z ed to execute said contracts conditioned upon the contractor's compliance with the requirements set forth in paragI'aph 6. below_

3. The contracts are awarded without competi ti ve bidding as a "profess i ona I service" under the provisions of the Local Public Contract Law because it is for ,services to be rendered by a person or persons whose practice is regulated by law_

4_ The Treasurer is heI'eby authorized to issue a Certificate of Availability of FUnds charging Capital Account

5 . Not ice of this act ion sha 11 be pub 1 i shed in accordanc e wi th the law.

6 _ The contracts are awarded pursuant to a fair and open p rooeas in compliance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.1, et seq.

(57 )

RESOLVED that the following are hereby appointed as member-s of the Transportation Board for the terms indicated to serve without salary:

Member Term E:-q,li ra t i on date
Melverne Cooke Two (2) years December 31, 2011
Ilene A. Dorf-Manahan One (1) year December 31, 2010
Gene F. Feyl. EX-Officio One (1) year December 31, 2010
James Murr-ay. Ex-Officio One (1) yeer December' 31. 2010
Frank T_ Reilly One (1) year December' 31. 2010
Judy Schleicher Three (3) years December 31. 2012
Arthur VOlland Three (3) years December 31, 2012
Hester B. Wharton Two (2) years December 31, 2011
Dudley Woodbridge Three (3) years December 31, 2012 And BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Raymond Zabihach be and is hereby appointed as Alternate No.1 to the Transportation Board to serve without salary for a term

of three (3) years to expire on December 31, 2012.

(58)

RESOLVED that the following are hereby appointed members to the Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee for the County of Morris for a term of one year to expire on December 31. 3010, without salary:

Marilyn Cioffi

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Saul Lynk

Helen O'Connor

John Sette

Sheila Shuford

Carmela Slivinski

Thomas Zaccone

(59)

RESOLVED that JAMES MURRAY, be and hereby is appointed to serve as a member of the Whippany River Watershed Management Group, without salary, at the pleasure

of the Board_

(60)

RESOLVED that JAMES MURRAY, PEG ADAMS and ART CATALUSCI be and are hereby appointed to serve as members of the Whippany River Watershed Action Committee, without salary, at the pleasure of the Board_

(61 )

RESOLVED that the following be and are hereby appointed members of

the Workforce lnvestment Board for Morris/sussex/Warr,en Counties for a term of three (3) year,s to exp i re on Decembe r 31, 2012, wi thou t salary:

Lou Baram

Marie Betlow

Mary .10 Buchanan Tammy Case

George Chan do Maureen Craven

Dave File

David Fiore

Robert Glowacky Robert L. Goltz Lorraine Hentz

David Hollowell Karen Kubert

Rosalie Lamonte Terry Newhard

Carol Novrit

Kevin O'Donnell Kathleen C. Serafino Steve Sitek

Mary Tucker

Edward Yaw

(62)

RESOLVED that the following are hereby appointed members of the Youth services Advisory Committee (YSAC) for a term of one year to expire on December 31, 2010, without ,salary:

Kim Approvato

Helen Ardchontou Helen Barnard

Laurie Becker

Theresa Belske

Betty Berzin

Lila Bernstein Michele Borden Suzanne Brewen-Alvino Mary .10 Buchanan Christopher Burkhart Jason Campbell

Jill Cerullo

Marie Cipriano

John Dixon

Ed France

Debra Furgerson Debbie Georgens Sandra Gogerty Juli Harpell-Elam Elizabeth Jacobson David Johnson David Johnston Margarita Kerwien Rose Marie Kill

Elizabeth Manley Connie Masullo

John Murpny.Ex-Officio Steven Neblet

Nevi lIe Newton

Susan O'Donnell

Jack Patten

Woody Peitzer

Maryann Regan

Audra Rollins

Tammy Rosenthal Claudia Salomon

James Saylor

Linda Seeley

Robert Totten

Lisa Verdetto

Julia Warr,en

Diane Williams

Jeena Ibrahim Williams Linda Wolk

Honorable Michael Wright, J.S.C. Danielle Wysocki

Denise Lang Chrissie Larson Cecilia Laureys

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(63 )

RESOLVED that the County Treasurer pay the county officials and employees their salaries in equal installments bi-weekly. except as the same is

provided otherwise by statute or resolution,

(64)

RESOLVED that the salaries Eor the Officers and Bmployees of the county

of Morris for the year 2010 shall remain the same as in pay per'iod number 26, the last pay period for the year 2010, unless an officer or employee requests the County Treasurer in writing co pay a lesser race in which case che lesser raCe shall

be paid.

(65)

RESOLVED that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authori<:ed to pay principal and interest of the county debt as the sum matures or acc rues .

(66)

RESOLVED that the County Treasurer be and is hereby authorized to remit funds for Workers' Compensation and General Liabilicy Self-Insurance Coverage for 2010.

(67)

RESOLVED that the County Treasurer be and is hereby auchorized to pay monthly pr-emiums for Group Insurance for employees as said premiums come' due.

(68 )

RESOLVED that the County Treasurer is hereby authorized to pay rentals due for property rented by the County as said amounts become due and are presented for payment.

(69)

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to pay the cost of postage for the mailing of sample ballots as said sum becomes due.

(70)

BE It RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State oE New Jersey as follows:

1. That the Director of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris is hereby authorized to sign fiscal year 2010 Subgrant Agreements on behalf of the Morris/Sussex/Warren Service Delivery Area co be funded under

the WorkEorce Investment Act or the Work First New Jersey program.

2. That this resolution will enable t.he above named to sign and execute

Individual Subgrant Agreements with vocational training providers who

agree to provide classroom training for Employment and Training Service participants. The agreements will stipulate the type of training, payment provisions and amounts of money che providers will be paid for training

the participants.

3. That these agreements do not obligate the Employment and Training services to utilize the services of the training provider, nor does it obligate

the Employment and Training Services to send any parcicipancs co che training provider for training. These agreements do not obligate the Employment and Training Services to pay out, any funds unless Employmenc and Training Services participants are trained by the provider, and then only under the payment provi.sions as set forth in the agreement.

(71)

RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jer,sey as follows:

1. That the Director of the Morris/Sussex/Warren Workforce InvesCment Board and the Director of the Program Operations of the Employment and Training Services, are hereby authorized to approve for fiscal year 2010 Individual

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on behalf of the Morris/Sussex/Warren County Service Delivery Area, which Subgrant Agreements will have been previously approved and exe cut.ed by the Board of Chosen Freeholders.

2. That thi,s resolution will enable the above named to sign and execute Individual Training Grants for each participant and obligate funds for

the specific participant and vocational training provider, consistent with the Subgrant Agreement between the training provider and the service provider, subgrant Agreement number, participant name, type of funding, enrollment period and amount of money the provider will be paid for training the specified participant.

3. That each Individual Training Grant will be subject to the issuance of any appropriate Certificate of Availability of Funds by the Director of Finance and County Treasurer, and further, to the future availability of funds.

4. These agreements do not obligate the Employment and Training Services to payout any funds unless Employment and Training Services participants are trained as specified by the Individual Training Grant and then only under the payment provisions as set forth in the vendor specific Subgrant Agreement.

(72)

WHEREAS, according to N.J.A.C 10:90-11 the Spedal TANF/WFNJ Initiatives Program, administered by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, requires that the Special TANF/WFNJ Initiative Program entity issue payment for those participant,s determined to be in need of support no later than the day following this determination; and

WHEREAS, the Special TANF/WFNJ Initiatives Program for the County of Morris is the MorriS/Sussex/Warren Employment and Training Services; and.

WHEREAS, it is necessary to assure that a signatory is always available for signing checks under the aforesaid program;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows:

1. That the Director of the Department of Finance and County Tr'easurer is hereby authorized to sign Morris County checks issued under the aforesaid program, Up to and including the amount of $4,000 _ 00 per household for the year- 2010.

2. That the Director of the Department of Finance and County Treasurer is hereby authorized to exercise this authority for the duration of the aforesaid program.

(73 )

WHEREAS, according toN _J . A _ C 10 , 90-17 the Early Employment I ni t i at i v e Program, administered by the New ,Jersey Department of Human Services, requires that the Early Employment Initiative Program entity issue payment for those participant.s determined to be in need of support no later than the day following this determination; and

WHEREAS, the Early Employment Initiative Entity for the County of Morris is the Morris/Sussex/Warren Employment and Training Services; and.

WHEREAS, it is necessary to assure t hat, a signatory is always available for signing checks under the aforesaid program;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows:

I. That the Director of the Department of Finance and County Treasurer

is hereby authorized to sign Morris County checks issued under the aforesaid program. up to and including the amount of $1,000.00 for the year 2010.

2. That the Director of the Department of Finance and County Treasurer

is hereby authorized to exercise this authority for the duration of the aforesaid program.

(74)

RESOLVED by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Morris in the State of New Jersey as follows:

1) That the Department of Human Services, Division of Temporary Assistance.

Offices of Temporary Assistance Program Services, is hereby authorized

to issue checks covering emergency situations from the Administration Account for the period January 1, 2010 through December 31. 2010.

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2) That the Department of Human services, Division of Temporary Assistance, Offices of Temporary Assistance Program Services is hereby authorized to issue checks drawn on the Miscellaneous Revolving Fund Account for the period January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010.

(75)

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby autihor i.aed to advance to the County Counsel, from time tot Lrne , the sum of $1, 000 . 00 or such part the reof as may be required for Petty Cash disbursements, said sum to be returned to

the County Treasurer on or before December 31, 2010.

(76)

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to the County Sheriff, from time to time, the sum of $500.00 or such part thereof as may be required for Petty Cash disbursements, said sum to be returned to the County Treasurer on or before December 31, 2010.

(77)

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to the Superintendent of Elections, from time to time, the sum of $50.00 or

such part thereof as may be required for petty cash disbursements, said sum to be returned to the County Treasurer on or before December 31, 2010.

(78 )

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to the Library, from time to time, the sum of $1,000.00 or such part thereof as may be required by the County Library, for petty cash disbursements, said sum to be returned to the County Treasurer on or before December· 31, 2010.

(79)

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to the Morris County Bureau of Corrections, from time to time, the sum of $1,500.00 or such part thereof as may be required for petty cash disbursements, said sum to be returned to the County Treasurer on or before December 31, 2010.

(80)

RESOLVED, that the County Tre<lsurer be <lnd he is hereby authorized to adv<lnce to the County Clerk, from time to time, the sum of $500.00 or such part thereof as may be required by the county Clerk for petty cash disbursE!ments, .said sum to

be returned to thE! County Treasurer on or before December 31, 2010.

(81)

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorizE!d to advance to the Department of Senior, Disability and Veterans Services, from timE! to time, the sum of $500.00 or such part thereof as may be required by the Director of

the Department of Senior, Disabil i ty and Veterans se rv i ces , for petty cash disbursements, said sum to be returned to the County Treasurer on or before December 31, 2010.

(82)

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to the Surrogate, from time to time, the sum of $100_00 or such part thereof as may be required for petty cash disbursements, said sum to be returned to the Morris County Treasurer on or before December 31, 2010.

(83 )

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to the Director of Human Services, from time to time, the sum of $400.00 or such part thereof as may be required by the Director, for petty cash disbursements, said sum to be returned to the County Treasurer on or before December 31, 2010.

(84)

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to the Department of N/S/W Employment and Training Services, from time to time, the

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sum of $1,000.00 or such part thereof as may be ",equired by the Department of N/S/W Employment and Training Services, for petty cash disbursements, said sum to

be returned to the County Treasurer on or before December' 31, 2010.

(85)

RESOLVED, that the county Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to the Morris County Motor Service Center, from time to time, the sum of $500.00 or such part thereof as may be required by the Morris County Motor' Service Center for vehicle titles and inspection station, said sum to be returned to the county Treasurer on or before December 31, 2010.

(86 )

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to the Division of Weights and Measures, from time to time, the sum of $200.00 or such part thereof as may be required by the Division of Weights and Measures for petty cash o.isbur sement s , said sum to be returned to the County Treasurer on or before Oecember 31, 2010.

(87)

RESOLVED, that the County Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized to advance to himself, as County Treasurer, from time to time, the sum of $25,000.00 or such part thereof as may be required for payment to the Postmaster for postage

in connection with the operation of the stamp meter machine, said sum to be returned to the County Treasurer on or before Oecember 31, 2010.

(88 )

RESOLVED tha tall ordinance (s) introduced during the cal endar year 2010 be published by the Clerk in summary form in the local newspaper together with the notice of public hearing and consideration of final passage of said ordinance(s) and that the Clerk be authorized to publish all ordinance(s) that are adopted during the calendar year 2010 in summary form and notification of their passage in the local newspaper in accordance with the law.

(89)

RESOLVED that the Cash Management Plan of the County of Morris including designation of depositories be and is hereby approved and shall be in effect

from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010,

(90)

WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 40A:4-19 Local Budget Act provides that where any contracts, commitments or payments are to be made prior to the final adoption of the 2010 Budget, temporary appropriations be made for the purpose and amounts required in the manner- and time therein provided; and

WHEREAS, the date of this resolution is within the first thirty days of 2010;

and

WHEREAS, the total appropriation in the 2009 Budget, less appropriations made of Capital Improvement Fund, Debt Service and Relief of the Poor (Public Assistance) are as follows: General - $262,110,485.58; and

WHEREAS, twenty six and twenty five hundredths of one percent of the total appropriations for Capital Improvement Fund, Debt Service and Relief of the Poor (Public Assistance) in the said 2009 Budget is as follows: General - $68,804,002.46; now therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Mor'ris in the State of New Jer.sey that the following temporary appropriations be made and that a certified copy of this resolution be transmitted to the Chief Financial officer for his records:

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the foregoing appropriations shall be inserted in the annual budget for the year 2010 as required by law.

County of Morris 2010Tei-fu;?0rary Budget

2010

Account 11

Temporary Budget

General Government Functions

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20-100100-100 20-100100-010 20-100100-020

20-105100-000 20-105100-010 20-105100-020

20-110000-000

20-110000-010 20-110000-020 20-110100-000 20-110100-010 20-110100-020 20-110105-000 20-110105-010 20-110105-020

20-120100-000 20-120100-000 20-120100-000

20-121000-000 20-121000-000 20-121000-000 20-121100-000 20-121100-010 20-121100-020 20-121105-000 20-121105-010 20-121105-020

20-121110-000 20-121110-010 20-121110-020

20-130000-000 20-130000-010 20-130000-020 20-130100-000 20-130100-010 20-130100-020 20-130105-000 20-130105-010 20-130105-020 20-130110-000 20-130110-010 20-130110-020 20-130115-000 20-130115-020

20-140100-000 20-140100 -010 20-140100-020

20-140105 -000 20-140105-010 20-140105 -020

20-150100-000 20-150100-010 20-150100-020

20-155100-000 20-155100-010 20-155100-020

20-160100-000 20-160100-010 20-160100-020

20-165100-000 20-165100-010 20-165100-020

20-180000-000 20-180000-010 20-180000-020

20-180100-000 20-180100-010 20-180100-020 20-180105-000 20-180105 -0 10

County Administrators Office Salaries and Wages

Other Expenses

Personnel

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Board of Chosen Freeholders

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Board of Chosen Freeholders Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Clerk of the Board Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

County Clerk

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Elections

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Board of Elections Salaries and Wages Other Expenses Superintendent of Elections

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

county Elections (County Clerk) Salaries and Wages

Other Expenses

Department of Finance Salaries and Wages Other Expenses Treasurer's Office Salaries and Wages Other Expenses Purchasing

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses Office Services Salaries and Wages Other Expenses Medical Services

Other Expenses

Information Technology Division Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

OLIS

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Board of Taxation Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

County Counsel Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

County Surrogate Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Engineering

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Planning and Development Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Planning Board

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses Transportation Management Salaries and Wages

149

240,560.00 33,000.00

129,000.00 18,000.00

104,595.00 254,060.00

55,800.00 244,060.00

48,795.00 10,000.00

557,955.00 65,000.00

363,000.00 620,000.00

65,000.00 210,000.00

245,000.00 200,000.00

53,000.00 210,000.00

470,355.00 337,000.00

310,355.00 81,000.00

100,000.00 22,000.00

60,000.00 123,000.00

111,000.00

660,000.00 300,000.00

204,000.00 18,000.00

47,770.00 15,000.00

78,505.00 227,000.00

198,400.00 16,000.00

440,000.00 34,000.00

624,390.00 131,000.00

331,270.00 37,000.00

105,000.00

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20~180105-020 20-180115-000 20-180115 -010 20-180 U5 -020 20-180120-000 20-180120-010 20-180120-020

20-175100-000 20-175100-010 20-175100-020

22-201100-000 22-201100-010 22-201100-020

23-210100-020 23-215100-020 23-220100-020

25-252100-000 25-252100-010 25-252100-020

25-252105-000 25-252105-010 25-252105-020

25-254100-000 25-254100-010 25-254100-020

25-270100-000 25-270100-010 25-270100-020

25-275100-000 25-275100-010 25-275100-020

25-280100-000 25-280100-010 25-280100-020

25-281100-000 25-281100-010 25-281100-020

26-290000-000 26-290000-010 26-290000-020

26-292100-000 26-292100-010 26-292100-020

26- 300 100-000 26-300100-010 26-300100-020

26-310100-000 26-310100-010 26-310100-020

26- 315100-000 26-315100-010 26-315100-020

26-320100-020

Other Expenses PDT-General Admin Salaries and Wages Other Expenses Preservation Trust Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Heritage Commission (R_S_tO:33 A-G) Salaries and wages

Other Expenses

Total General Government

Code Enforcement & Administration

Weights & Measures Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Total Code Enforcement & Administration

Insurance

Liability Insurance

Worker Compensation Insurance Group Insurance Plan for Employees

Total Insurance

Public Safety Functions

Emergency Management Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Communications Center Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Medical Examiner Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Sheriff's Office Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Prosecutor's Office Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Jail

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Youth Center

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Total Public Safety Functions

Public Works Functions

Road Repairs

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Bridges and Culverts Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Shade Tree Commission Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Building & Grounds Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Motor Service Center Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

Mosquito Extermination Comm.

150

83,000.00

76,520.00 7,000.00

111,500.00 4,000.00

30,250.00 9,000.00

6,225,840.00

195,140.00 85,600.00

280,740.00

642,075.00 352,500.00 8,500,000.00

9,494,575.00

255,000.00 24,000.00

480,805.00 250,000.00

154,845.00 31,500.00

2,925,310.00 135,000.00

3,450,590.00 165,175.00

4,363,070.00 628,000.00

627,450.00 40,000.00

13,530,745.00

1,496,190.00 820,000.00

523,000.00 37,000.00

286,285.00 10,000.00

1,178,560.00 560,125.00

661,245.00 300,000.00

605,000.00

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21-331000-000

21-331000-010 21-331000-020 21-331100-000 27- 331100-010 27- 331100 -020 27- 331110-000 27- 331110-010 27- 331110-020

27-330100-000 27- 330100-010 27-330100-020

27-333100-000 27-333100-010 27- 333100-020

27-333105-020

27-338100-020

27-342000-020

27-343100-020 27-343100-010 27-343100-020

27-345100-000 27- 345100-010 27-357100-020

27-350100-000 27-350100-020

27-354100-000

Total Public Wo~ks Functions

6,477,405.00

Health and Human Services Functions

Dept. of Human Services Planning

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses Human Services Sala~ies and Wages Othe~ Expenses Youth Shelter

Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

560,000.00 138,000.00

180,000.00 99,000.00

380,000.00 39,000.00

Health Management Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

85,000.00 45,000.00

Of f ice on Aging Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

272,575.00 40,000.00

NJ Ease Phase II

6,500.00

Aid to Charitable Hospitals - Communicable Disease

6,000.00

Grant in Aid Accounts

663,000.00

Seniors, Veterans and Disabled Salaries and Wages Other Expenses

39,405.00 115,045.00

County Office of Temporary Assistance Salaries & Wages

Other Expenses

1,951,030.00 1,397,350.00

Morris View Nursing Home Other Expenses

4.217,500.00 3,100,000.00

TANF

27-354105-000 Local Share

200,000.00

20,000.00

27-355100-020 Assistance for Supplementary Secu~ity Income Recipients

27-357100-000 County Adjuster

27-357100-010 SalalCies and Wages

27-357100-020 Other Expenses

64,080.00 3,000.00

27-365100-100 Dental Clinic (R.B. 44:6.51

27-365100-020 Other Expenses

3,000.00

Total Health I< Human Bvcs. Functions

28-370100-020

12,926,485.00

Pa rk and Recreation Func t ions

Park Commission

6,500,000.00

Total Park and Recreation Functions

6,500,000.00

Education Functions

29-390100-000 County Library Svcs.

29-390100-010 Salaries & Wages

29-390100-020 Other Expenses

925,810.00 313,000.00

29-392100-000 Office of county Supt. Of Schools

29-392100-010 Salaries & wages

29-392100-020 Other Expenses

67,460.00 6,000.00

29-396100-000

29-395100-020 County College

County Extension Service

29-396100-010 29-396100-020

29-397100-020

3,000,000.00

Salaries & Wages Other Expenses

78,890.00 27,565.00

Reimb for Residents Attending Out of County Colleges

20,000.00

151

29-400100-020

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1,681,000.00

29-403100-020

29-407100-000 29-407100-010 29-407100-020

31-430100-020

35-470100-020

36-472100-020 36-477100-020 36-473100-020

Vocational School

Aid to Museums (R.S.40:23 A-6)

10,000.00

Public Safety Training Academy Salaries & Wages

Other Expenses

208,655.00 42,000.00

Total Education Functions

6,380,380.00

Utility Expenses and Bulk Purchases

Utilities

Total Unclassified

1,700,000.00 1,700,000.00

Contingent

Contingency

6,000.00

Total Contingent

6,000.00

Statutory Expenditures

Social Security System Pension Pund - Detectives DCRP

1,800,000.00 20,000.00 2,000.00

Total Statutory Expenditures

1,822.000.00

Federal and State Grants

Department of Health and Senior Svcs. 41-716100-000 Title III Nutrition Program 41-716100-010 Salaries & Wages 41-716100-020 Other Expenses

442,500.00

998,000.00

41-716100-020 Area Plan Grant 41-759000-020 ALPN

41-786000-020 MAPS - County Share

200,000.00 200,000.00 200.000.00

Total Public and Private Programs offset by Revenue

44-915100-020

45-920000-000 45-920100-020 45- 920105-020 45- 920110-020

45-930000-000 45-930100-020 45-930105-020 45- 930110-020

45-940100-020

2,040,500.00

Capital Improvements Capital Improvement Pund

350,000.00

Total Capital lmprovements

350,000.00

County Debt Service

Payment of Bond Principal County Bonds

Park Bonds

County College Bonds

10,545,000.00 1,090,000.00 400,000.00

Interest on Bonds County Bonds Park Bonds

County College Bonds

2,337,380.00 175,910.00 159,925.00

Green Acres Loan Payments

38,855.00

Total County Debt Service

14,747,070.00

TOTAL GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS

$82,481,740.00

Total Salaries

$29,659,175.00

Total Accountable against Budget Limit

$67,384,670.00

On motion from Freeholder Cabana, seconded by Freeholder Chegwidden Resolutions 1-90 were unanimously approved.

YES: Freeholders Cabana, Chegwidden, Murphy, Murray, Nordstrom

Schrier and Director Feyl (7)

Mon.signor Brown, of St. Vincent dePaul's Church in Stirling 9ave the benediction.

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The Director invited all of the guests to a reception prepared by the Morris County School of Technology to be held in the atrium immediately following the meeting_

The meeting was adjourned at 7,30 p_m_

Respectfully submitted.

Diane M_ Ketchum Clerk of the Board

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