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Municipal Council Meeting Agenda - Final

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

6:30 PM

City of Newark

City Hall 920 Broad Street

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Newark, New Jersey 07102

Council Chamber

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Municipal Council

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President Mildred C. Crump Council Member Augusto Amador

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Council Member Carlos M. Gonzalez Council Member John Sharpe James

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Council Member Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins Council Member Joseph A. McCallum, Jr.

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Council Member Eddie Osborne Council Member Luis A. Quintana Council Member Anibal Ramos, Jr.

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Kenneth Louis, City Clerk Kathleen Marchetti, Deputy City Clerk

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June 20, 2018Municipal Council Meeting Agenda - Final

1. CALL TO ORDER

National Anthem

2. Invocation

Reverend Stephanie McKay First Timothy Baptist Church 215 Chancellor Avenue Newark, New Jersey 07112

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3. STATEMENT ON OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT

In accordance with New Jersey P.I. 1975, Chapter 231, Section 5, adequate notice of this meeting has been provided to the Star Ledger, the Jersey

Journal and the public at large; establishing the date, time and location of this meeting, by posting on the designated bulletin board in City Hall and by filing with the Office of the City Clerk, the schedule of regular meetings and conferences of the Newark Municipal Council as adopted as 7R9-a on December 6, 2017. In addition, the agenda for this meeting was disseminated on June 15, 2018 at the time of preparation.
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4. ROLL CALL

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18-0826

HEARING OF CITIZENS

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1. Laura Muneton, 243 Halsey Street, Newark, NJ On May 5th the unveiling of the Immigrant monument.

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2. Cynthia DeSouza, 448 Springfield Avenue, Newark, NJ Property line, refund for lot adoption overpayment, economic opportunity.

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3. Colleen M. Fields, 27 Foster Street, Newark, NJ Dirty streets, crime, murders by residents family members.

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4. Bessie Walker, 75 Vassar Avenue, Newark, NJ City issues.

5. Evelyn Coleman, 89 Winans Avenue, Newark, NJ Beautification and trees in front of houses need pruning.

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6. Jay Arena, 35 Maiden Lane, Newark, NJ Closing the ICE concentration camp run by Essex County.

7. Opal R. Wright, 50 Vanderpool, Newark, NJ American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

8. Tyree Dumas, 200 Avon Avenue, Newark, NJ Need assistance due to fire at my residence.

9. Lisa Parker, 71 Boston Street, Newark, NJ Newark issues.

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10. Ramon Luis Rodriguez, 596 Sussex Avenue, Newark, NJ Homelessness.

11. Louis Shockley, 86 Napoleon Street, Newark, NJ More sunshine needed.

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12. Hellane Freeman, 60 North 4th Street, Newark, NJ Housing and homelessness in Newark, New Jersey.

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13. Jimmie White, 63 Sherman Avenue, Newark, NJ Rebellion Park.

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14. Ronald Myrick, 34 Muhammad Ali Avenue, Newark, NJ Our Youth s Future (2 of 3), Family .

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15. 10-4 Evans, 149 Huntington Terr., Newark, NJ City of Newark landlord and community issues.

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16. Donald Jackson, 79 Treacy Avenue, Newark, NJ City of Newark.

17. Donna Jackson, 128 Smith Street, Newark, NJ City of Newark.

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18. Munirah El-Bomani, 175 1st Street, Newark, NJ Circus don t change, only the clowns

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19. Keith DaCosta, 450 Washington Street, Newark, NJ Lincoln Park Music Festival and Sustainable Health Wellness Village.

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20. Debra Salters, 263 Ridge Street, Newark, NJ The House (Part 2).

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21. Felicia Alston-Singleton, 152 12th Avenue, Newark, NJ Business deals in the City of Newark.

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22. Melvin L. Waldrop, 111 Mulberry Street, Newark, NJ Cooperative Economics to foster Business Development.

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23. Charlene Evans, 216 Sherman Avenue, Newark, NJ Parking by permit only.

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24. Sis Euniece Bey, 701 Clinton Avenue, Newark, NJ We need curb your dog signs and trees.

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25. Carol Bodine, 25 Clifton Avenue, Newark, NJ Lack of security in the Colonnades.

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5. REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF CITY OFFICERS, BOARDS, AND COMMISSIONS

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5.-a 18-0681 Department of Finance, 2016 Corrective Action Plan

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5.-b 18-0888 Joint Meeting of Essex Union Counties, Minutes, March 15, 2018

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5.-c 18-0889 Joint Meeting of Essex Union Counties, 2017 Annual User Charge Apportionment Report

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5.-d 18-0890 Department of Finance, 2016 Corrective Action Plan

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5.-e 18-0891 Office of the City Clerk, Records Management Unit, Room 415, Monthly Financial Report, April and May 2018

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5.-f 18-0892 Board of Adjustment Regular Hearing Minutes, May 24, 2018

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5.-g 18-0893 Casa Mia, Project 870, Financial Statements, December 31, 2017 and 2016

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5.-h 18-0894 North Jersey District Water Supply Commission, Public Meeting Minutes, April 25, 2018

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5.-i 18-0895 Central Planning Board, Meeting Minutes, May 21, 2018 and June 4, 2018

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5.-j 18-0896 Newark Landmarks Historic Preservation Commission, Regular Public Meeting Minutes, June 6, 2018

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6. ORDINANCES

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6F First Reading

6F-a 18-0226 AN AMENDMENT TO THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, TITLE II,

ADMINISTRATION, CHAPTER THREE, OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK, SECTION 1.13, ORGANIZATIONS TO FILE AGENDAS, MINUTES, AUDIT REPORTS, OTHER INFORMATION WITH THE CITY CLERK, TO ADD THE BERGEN STREET, LYONS AVENUE AND CLINTON AVENUE (BLC) SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, THE GREATER NEWARK TOURISM IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, AND THE BLOOMFIELD AVENUE/LOWER BROADWAY ALLIANCE (BALB), TO ENSURE THEIR PROVISION OF THESE DOCUMENTS TO THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
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6F-b 18-0526 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 23:5-14e, PARKING BY PERMIT ONLY IN DESIGNATED RESIDENTIAL AREAS, OF TITLE 23, TRAFFIC AND PARKING, OF THE

REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, BY REVISING EXISITING PERMIT PARKING HOURS ON NORTHSIDE OF BLEEKER STREET, BETWEEN DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BOULEVARD AND UNIVERSITY AVENUE, EXTENDING APPROXIMATELY 165 FEET WEST FROM INTERSECTION OF UNIVERSITY AVENUE. (CENTRAL WARD)
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6F-c 18-0842 ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING ENTRY INTO A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH MC UNIVERSITY REALTY, L.L.C., AS LANDLORD FOR MUNICIPAL OFFICE SPACE FOR THE

NEWARK OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT LOCATED AT 321 UNIVERSITY AVENUE, BLOCK 73.01, LOT 31, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, PURSUANT TO N.J.S.A. 40A:12-5. (CENTRAL WARD)
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The Ordinances adopted today on First Reading will be advertised in accordance with law, and a public hearing will be held at a regular meeting on

July 11, 2018 at 12:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as practical, in the Council Chamber, Second Floor, City Hall, Newark, New Jersey.
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6PSF Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage

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6PSF-a 18-0427 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 23:5-14e, PARKING BY PERMIT ONLY IN DESIGNATED RESIDENTIAL AREAS, OF TITLE 23, TRAFFIC AND PARKING, OF

THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, BY ADDING SHERMAN AVENUE, BOTH SIDES, BETWEEN HUNTER STREET AND STANTON STREET. (SOUTH WARD)
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6PSF-b 18-0483 AN ORDINANCE TO ACQUIRE ALL OR A PORTION OF 10-18 PASSAIC PLACE AND 930 MCCARTER HIGHWAY, BLOCK 1, LOTS 30 AND 46 FROM THE NEWARK

HOUSING AUTHORITY FOR THE RIVERFRONT WALKWAY AND TO CONVEY THE REMAINING PORTIONS TO NEWARK WATERFRONT ASSOCIATES, LLC, 120 ALBANY STREET, NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY 08901, FOR REDEVELOPMENT. (CENTRAL WARD)
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AGENDA RESOLUTION CODES PER DEPARTMENT

1 Administration

2 Economic and Housing Development

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3 Engineering

4 Finance

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5 Health and Community Wellness

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6 Law

7 Mayor's Office

8 Municipal Council and City Clerk

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9 Public Safety

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10 Public Works

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11 Recreation, Cultural Affairs and Senior Services

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12 Water and Sewer Utilities

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7. RESOLUTIONS

7R1 Administration

7R1-a 18-0561 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of Management and Budget Action: (X ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service:

Temporary Emergency Appropriation Purpose: Traffic Signal Optimization/Adaptive Traffic Signals along McCarter Highway (Route 21) Project - additional funds (East Ward). Funding Source: North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority Appropriation Amount: 229,125.00 Budget Year: 2018 Contract Period: September 21, 2016 through September 20, 2019 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( X ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Traffic Signal Optimization/Adaptive Signals along McCarter Highway: Total Award 965,265.00 Total Cash Match 236,502.00 Total Grant 1,201,767.00 Additional Award 229,125.00 Additional Cash Match 62,095.00 Total Additional Grant 291,220.00 Grand Total Award 1,194,390.00 Grand Total Cash Match 298,597.00 Grand Total Grant 1,492,987.00 Local Match of 62,095.00 from Unclassified Appropriations pending approval under Legistar File ID 18-0562 Funds accepted by Resolution 7R3-a adopted on May 23, 2018 Operating Agency: Department of Engineering Two-Thirds vote of full membership required
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7R1-b 18-0562 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of Management and Budget Action: (X ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service:

Temporary Emergency Appropriation Purpose: Traffic Signal Optimization/Adaptive Traffic Signals along McCarter Highway (Route 21) Project - Cash Match (East Ward) Funding Source: City of Newark Appropriation Amount: 62,095.00 Budget Year: 2018 Contract Period: September 21, 2016 through September 20, 2019 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient (X ) n/a Additional Information: Funds accepted by Resolution 7R3-a adopted on May 23, 2018 Operating Agency: Department of Engineering Two-Thirds vote of full membership required
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7R1-c 18-0736 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of Management and Budget Action: (X ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service:

Temporary Emergency Appropriation Purpose: To provide nutritional services, nutritional education, immunization screening and education, voter registration and family care enrollment through participation in the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program to the residents of Newark. Funding Source: New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Appropriation Amount: 40,958.00 Budget Year: 2018 Contract Period: October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale (X ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Funds accepted by Resolution 7R5-b adopted on November 13, 2017 Operating Agency: Department of Health and Community Wellness Two-Thirds vote of full membership required.
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7R1-d 18-0777 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of Management and Budget Action: (X ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service:

Temporary Emergency Appropriation Purpose: SunUp Food Service Program: provides meal services to children of the City of Newark through the Summer Food Service Program Funding Source: State of New Jersey Department of Agriculture, Division of Food and Nutrition Appropriation Amount: 1,166,160.76 Budget Year: 2018 Contract Period: February 16, 2018 through September 30, 2018 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale (X ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Apply and Accept Resolution will be submitted under a separate cover as Legistar 18-0715 Operating Agency: Department of Health and Community Wellness Two-Thirds vote of full membership required.
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7R1-e 18-0841 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of Management and Budget Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service:

Temporary Emergency Appropriation Purpose: To provide funds for the operating expenses until the adoption of the 2018 Operating Budget for the City of Newark and Department of Water and Sewer Utilities Funding Source: 2018 Budget Appropriation Amount: 56,608,696.00 Budget Year: 2018 Contract Period: July 1, 2018 through July 31, 2018 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient (X) N/A Additional Information: Funds accepted by Resolution Operating Agency: All Departments Two-Thirds vote of full membership required.
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7R1-f 18-0866 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of Management and Budget Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service:

Temporary Emergency Appropriation Purpose: Refunding of Callable Lease Revenue Bonds, Series 2010A and Series 2010B Funding Source: Essex County Improvement Authority Lease Revenue Bonds Appropriation Amount: 67,000,000.00 Budget Year: 2018 Contract Period: N/A Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( X ) n/a Additional Information: Operating Agency: Department of Finance Two-Thirds vote of full membership required.
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7R1-g 18-0644 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Division of Central Purchasing Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Bid

Contract(s) Purpose: To provide automotive battery storage. Description: Batteries Storage (Automotive) Entity Name(s)/Address(s): (1.) Samuels, Inc. t/a Buy Wise Auto Parts, 2091 Springfield Avenue, Vauxhall, New Jersey 07088; and (2.) Superior Distributors Company, Inc., 4 Midland Avenue, Elmwood Park, New Jersey 07407 Contract Amount: 120,000.00 Funding Source: 2018 Budget/Departments of Public Works and Water and Sewer Utilities Account Code Line: NW011-060-0602-83630-B2018 Public Works/Division of Motors NW037-750-7502-83630-B2018 Water and Sewer Utilities Contract Period: To be established for a period not to exceed two (2) years, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-15 Contract Basis: ( X ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Advertisement Date: February 27, 2018 Number of Bids Solicited: Four (4) Number of Bids Received: Two (2)
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7R1-h 18-0716 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Division of Central Purchasing Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Bid

Contract(s) Purpose: To purchase Platform Truck. Description: One (1) 2017 or Newer Aerial Lift Platform Truck with Service Body or Equivalent Entity Name(s)/Address(s): Mobile Lifts, Inc., 3476 Germantown Pike, Collegeville, Pennsylvania 19426 Contract Amount: 112,274.00 Funding Source: 2017 Budget/Department of Public Works/Division of Motors Account Code Line: NW045-17G-17A30- 94710-B2017 Public Works/Motors Contract Period: Upon Complete Delivery Contract Basis: ( X ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Entity Name/Address: Additional Information: Advertisement Date: February 13, 2018 Due Date: March 1, 2018 extended by Addendum to March 15, 2018 Re-Advertisement Date: April 3, 2018 Due Date: April 19, 2018 Number of Bids Solicited: Seventeen (17) Number of Bids Received: Two (2) Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A: 11-2 (21) the Purchase Order is the contract
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7R1-i 17-2006 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Division of Central Purchasing Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Bid

Contract(s) Purpose: To provide recreational equipment and supplies to the City Description: Aquatic Uniforms, Equipment and Supplies Entity Name(s)/Address(s): Original Watermen, Inc., 1198 Joshua Way, Vista, California 92081 Contract Amount: 100,000.00 Funding Source: 2018 Budget/Department of Recreation, Cultural Affairs and Senior Services Account Code Line: NW011-060-0606-8384-B2018 Contract Period: To be established for a period not to exceed two (2) years Contract Basis: ( X ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Advertisement Date: September 19, 2017 Number of Bids Solicited: Four (4) Number of Bids Received: Three (3)
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7R1-j 18-0761 Dept/ Agency: Administration/Division of Central Purchasing Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Use of

State Term Contract T-2776 Police Vehicles: Sedans, Sport Utility Vehicles and Trucks Purpose: Purchase Eight (8) 2018 Ford Police Interceptor Utility Explorers Entity Name(s)/Address(s): Chas S. Winner, Inc. d/b/a Winner Ford, 250 Berlin Road, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08034 Contract Amount: Not to exceed 211,376.00 Funding Source: Jag Grant- Fund: NW051-G16-P1620-60060-B2016 Contract Period: Upon approval by Municipal Council, with delivery not to exceed March 15, 2019 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid (X) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-2(21), this is a one-time purchase; the Purchase Order is the contract.
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7R2 Economic and Housing Development

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7R2-a 18-0357 Dept./ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Acceptance of Grant

Funds Purpose: Renovating the Wars of America Monument at Military Park Entity Name: Essex County Entity Address: 465 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Grant Amount: 300,000.00 Total Project Cost: 300,000.00 City Contribution: No City Funds Required Other Funding Source/Amount: 0.00 Grant Period: N/A Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale (X) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a List of Property: (if applicable) (Address/Block/Lot/Ward/Site Known As) Additional Information: Accepts grant from the Essex County Open Space Trust Fund. No commencement date was provided by Essex County. The renovation of the monument should be completed no later than June 1, 2018, but the County has the sole discretion to extend the completion deadline.
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7R2-b 18-0625 Dept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Investigation for

Area in Need of Redevelopment Purpose: Authorizing the Central Planning Board to undertake a preliminary investigation to determine if 441 Broad Street, 443-445 Broad Street, 447 Broad Street, 449 Broad Street, 451 Broad Street, 453 Broad Street, 455 Broad Street, 457-459 Broad Street, 461-469 Broad Street, 69 Orange Street, 71-73 Orange Street, 75 Orange Street, 75 Orange Street (Alley) and 77-79 Orange Street (Block 42/Lots 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25) is a Non-Condemnation Redevelopment Area as defined under the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law (the LRHL ), under N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. List of Property: (Address/Block/Lot/Ward) 441 Broad Street/Block 31/Lot 4/Central Ward 443-445 Broad Street/Block 31/Lot 5/Central Ward 447 Broad Street/Block 31/Lot 7/Central Ward 449 Broad Street/Block 31/Lot 8/Central Ward 451 Broad Street/Block 31/Lot 10/Central Ward 453 Broad Street/Block 31/Lot 11/Central Ward 455 Broad Street/Block 31/Lot 12/Central Ward 457-459 Broad Street/Block 31/Lot 14/Central Ward 461-469 Broad Street/Block 31/Lot 15/Central Ward 69 Orange Street/Block 31/Lot 21/Central Ward 71-73 Orange Street/Block 31/Lot 22/Central Ward 75 Orange Street/Block 31/Lot 23/Central Ward 75 Orange Street (Alley)/Block 31/Lot 24/Central Ward 77-79 Orange Street/Block 31/Lot 25/Central Ward Additional Information:
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7R2-c 18-0774 Dept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Investigation for

Area in Need of Redevelopment Purpose: Authorizing the Central Planning Board to undertake a preliminary investigation to determine if 1-33 Centre Place (Block 129, Lot 1) is a Non-Condemnation Redevelopment Area as defined under the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law (the LRHL ), under N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. List of Property: (Address/Block/Lot/Ward) 1-33 Centre Place /Block 129/Lot 1/Central Ward Additional Information:
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7R2-d 17-2168 Dept/ Agency: One Stop Career Center-NewarkWORKS Action: (X ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Professional

Service Contract Purpose: Business Development Banking and Budgeting Entity Name: Junior Entrepreneurs Club Entity Address: 569 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Contract Amount: Not to exceed 73,275.00 Funding Source: State of New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Contract Period: July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor (X) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( X ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: The grant must be eighty (80 ) percent obligated by June 30, 2018, and fully expended by June 30, 2019, or it will be returned to the State.
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7R2-e 18-0606 Dept./ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Investigation for

Area in Need of Redevelopment Purpose: Central Planning Board to determine if area is in need of redevelopment List of Property: (Address/Block/Lot/Ward) Block 317/Lots-All/West Block 318/Lots-All/West Block 319/Lots-All/West Block 320/Lots-All/West Block 321/Lots-All/West Block 322/Lots-All/West Block 323/Lots-All/West Block 324/Lots-All/West Block 325/Lots-All/West Block 326/Lots-All/West Block 327/Lots-All/West Block 328/Lots-All/West Block 329/Lots-All/West Block 330/Lots-All/West Block 331/Lots-All/West Block 332/Lots-All/West Block 333/Lots-All/West Block 334/Lots-All/West Block 335/Lots-All/West Block 336/Lots-All/West Block 337/Lots-All/West Additional Information:
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7R3 Engineering

7R3-a 18-0737 Dept/ Agency: Engineering Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Bid Contract Purpose: Road Marks -

Striping Entity Name: Statewide Striping Corporation Entity Address: 499 Pomeroy Road, Parsippany, New Jersey 07054 Contract Amount: 213,000.00 Funding Source: City of Newark/Capital Fund Contract Period: 365 consecutive calendar days from the issuance of a formal Notice to Proceed Contract Basis: (X) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Bids Solicited: Three (3) Bids Received: Two (2) Bids Rejected: N/A Bids Re-Solicited: N/A Bids Received: N/A Partial Certification of Funds in the amount of 100,000.00
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7R5 Health and Community Wellness

Tagged Passions:health

7R5-a 18-0715 Dept/ Agency: Health and Community Wellness Action: (X ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Application/Acceptance

of Funds Purpose: To provide meals to Newark children through SuNuP Summer Food Program Entity Name: SuNuP Summer Food Service Program Entity Address: 94 William Street, 2nd Floor, Room 201, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Grant Amount: 1,166,160.76 Funding Source: New Jersey Department of Agriculture, Division of Food and Nutrition, Summer Food Service Program Total Project Cost: 0.00 City Contribution: 0.00 Other Funding Source/Amount: 0.00 Contract Period: February 5, 2018 through September 28, 2018 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale (X ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: No municipal funds are required for receipt or acceptance of this grant award.
Tagged Passions:health, contract, streets, RFP, rfp, nutrition, agriculture, funding, grant, program, and sale

7R6 Law

7R6-a 17-2044 Dept/ Agency: Law Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Purpose: Settlement of Civil Litigation Docket No.: 13-cv-07244

(KM-MAH) Claimant: Etta Nunnally Claimant's Attorney: Krovatin Klingeman, LLC. Attorney's Address: 60 Park Place, Suite 1100, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Settlement Amount: 650,000.00 Funding Source: Insurance Trust Fund Additional Comments: Invitation: Acting Corporation Counsel
Tagged Passions:parks, legal, funding, insurance, and settlement

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7R6-b 18-0729 Dept/ Agency: Law Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Purpose: Settlement of Workers' Compensation Claim C.P. No.:

2016-6292 Claimant: Joseph Juliano Claimant's Attorney: Bressler Amery Ross Attorney's Address: P.O. Box 1980, Morristown, New Jersey 07962 Settlement Amount: 48,694.00 Funding Source: Insurance Trust Fund Additional Comments: Invitation: Acting Corporation Counsel
Tagged Passions:legal, compensation, funding, insurance, and settlement

7R6-c 18-0767 Dept/ Agency: Law Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Purpose: Settlement of Workers' Compensation Claim C.P. No.:

2016-18832 Claimant: Spring Ingram Claimant's Attorney: Betzner Law, P.C. Attorney's Address: 1136 Springfield Avenue, Mountainside, New Jersey 07092 Settlement Amount: 29,459.88 Funding Source: Insurance Trust Fund Additional Comments: Invitation: Acting Corporation Counsel
Tagged Passions:legal, compensation, funding, insurance, and settlement

7R8 Municipal Council and City Clerk

Tagged Passions:council

7R8-a 18-0795 Dept/ Agency: Office of Municipal Council/ City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service:

Re-Appointment Purpose: Deputy City Clerk Name of Appointee: Kathleen Marchetti Appointment Term: Commencing July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2022 Sponsor: Additional Information: Deferred 7R8-e 052318
Tagged Passions:council and appointments

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7R8-b 18-0856 Dept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Supporting a

Special Event Purpose: Co-sponsoring the Annual Dominical Music Festival and Parade Date(s): Sunday, July 8, 2018 Sponsor: Council Member, Luis A. Quintana Additional Information: The Annual Dominical Music Festival and Parade will be held on Park Avenue, between First Street and Roseville Avenue from 12:00 P.M. until 10:00 P.M.
Tagged Passions:council, parks, streets, festival, and events

7R8-c 18-0863 Dept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Hold Harmless

and Indemnification Agreement Purpose: City of Newark Inauguration 2018 Entity Name: New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) Entity Address: One Center Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Event Location: Prudential Hall Event Date(s): Saturday, June 30, 2018 and Sunday, July 1, 2018 Event Time: 8:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M. Additional Information: Sponsor: Council of the Whole
Tagged Passions:council, streets, arts, and events

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7R8-d 18-0876 Dept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( X ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Accepting a

Gift Gift: License Facility Rental Fees waived for the use of the Prudential Hall Theater and the Victoria Theater for the 2018 Inauguration/Organization Meeting Purpose: To execute a Short Term License Agreement with the New Jersey Performing Arts Center Corporation to use the Prudential Hall Theatre, the Victoria Theater, the Parsonnet Room, Green Room and the Jacqua Lounge located in the New Jersey Performing Arts Center for the estimated ancillary fees of 49,500.00 for the 2018 Inauguration/Organization Meeting. This resolution also accepts a gift of the License Facility Rental Fees, a gift valued at 21,500.00. Entity Name: New Jersey Performing Arts Center Corporation (NJPAC) Entity Address: One Center Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Gift Value: 19,000.00 City Contribution: 49,500.00 in estimated ancillary service fees Other Funding Source/Amount: N/A Period: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Additional Information:
Tagged Passions:council, streets, arts, license, rental, funding, and facility

7R8-e 18-0943 EXPRESSING PROFOUND SORROW AND REGRET

Sponsored by President Mildred C. Crump 1. Ms. Andrea Walker Collins 2. Mr. Amo Musharraf 3. Captain William Roy Harris

Sponsored by Council Member John Sharpe James 4. Mr. Jared Charles Woodward

Tagged Passions:council

Sponsored by Council Member Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins 5. Posthumously Reverend John O. Sabb, Sr. 6. Monsignor William J. Linder

Tagged Passions:council

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7R8-f 18-0944 RECOGNIZING COMMENDING

Tagged Passions:recognition

Sponsored by President Mildred C. Crump 1. Dr. Davidson Nwaneri Okere, on celebrating his retirement 2. O Nebs Foundation Inc., and O Nebs Foundation

Academy of Nigeria 3. Individuals honored during Gospel Music Month, June 2018, held at City Hall, on Friday, June 1, 2018 4. Individuals honored during the Eyes Like Mine, Inc., 2018 Ms. Blind Diva Pageant, held on Saturday, June 2, 2018 5. Apostle Tyrone B. Robinson, Sr., Senior Pastor and Teacher, on celebrating his 20th Year Pastoral Anniversary at Christian Disciples Deliverance Ministries 6. Mrs. Ella Jones, on celebrating her 100th Birthday 7. Girl Scout Troop 20134
Tagged Passions:retirement and seniors

Sponsored by Council Member Augusto Amador 8. Individuals posthumously commended on the occasion of the unveiling of the Portuguese-American Veterans

Monument 9. 2018 Community Service Awardees 10. Caroline Pires, on her retirement from St. Michael s Medical Center 11. Tina Rhodes, Teacher, on her retirement from South Street School 12. Ms. Manuela Benus, Bilingual Teacher, on her retirement from South Street School 13. Gustavo Teutle, on receiving the Citizenship Award and Raquel Goncalves, on receiving the Achievement Award at Wilson Avenue School 14. Ivis Grandez, on receiving the Citizenship Award and Derick Rainho, on receiving the Achievement Award at Hawkins Street School 15. Pedro Lourenco, on receiving the Citizenship Award and Marcelo Cardoso, on receiving the Achievement Award at Oliver Street School 16. Adrian Hernandez, on receiving the Citizenship Award and Gabriela Faustino, on receiving the Achievement Award at Ann Street School 17. Natalia Serrano, on receiving the Citizenship Award and Atalo Silva, on receiving the Achievement Award at Lafayette Street School 18. Francis Flores, on receiving the Citizenship Award and Alexa Rodriguez, on receiving the Achievement Award at Ironbound Catholic Academy 19. Catuxa Tato Montemuino, on receiving the Citizenship Award and Xavier Romero Carrera, on receiving the Achievement Award at East Side High School
Tagged Passions:council, streets, veterans, education, recognition, monuments, Immigration, retirement, and seniors

Sponsored by Council Member Carlos M. Gonzalez 20. Mr. James Simpson, Jr., Court Director, on his retirement from Newark Municipal Court

Tagged Passions:council, legal, retirement, court, and seniors

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Sponsored by Council Member John Sharpe James 21. Bethesda Church of God in Christ, on celebrating 82 Years of Ministry 22. Dr. Joan Womack, on her

Birthday Celebration 23. Reverend Jeremiah Ezekiel Maxfield, on celebrating his 33rd Pastoral Anniversary at Gravel Hill Missionary Baptist Church 24. Captain Tyrone Broner, on his retirement from the Newark Police Department
Tagged Passions:council, church, public safety, retirement, and seniors

Sponsored by Council Member Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins 25. Mr. Lawrence J. Brown, retired Newark Police Officer

Tagged Passions:council, public safety, and retirement

Sponsored by Council Member Joseph A. McCallum, Jr. 26. Mr. Ray Cornigas, Newark Public School Teacher 27. Ms. Muriel Rogers, Newark Public School

Teacher 28. Ms. Ina Lewis, Newark Public School Teacher
Tagged Passions:council and education

Sponsored by Council Member Eddie Osborne 29. 2018 Graduates of University High School 30. Graduates from the Explorers Program Class of 2018 31.

Kenneth Jones, Owner, Jones and Jones Trucking, LLC 32. Individuals honored during The Excellence in Business and Community Service Awards Celebration, held at the Best Western Robert Treat Hotel, on Friday, June 8, 2018
Tagged Passions:council, transportation, university, education, Trucking, hotel, business, and program

Sponsored by Council Member Luis A. Quintana 33. Individuals recognized during the 28th Anniversary Celebration of Aruma De Comunicaciones USA,

Bolivian Voice in the World 34. Individuals honored during the 31st Annual Breakfast of Essex-West Hudson Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, held at The Chandelier, on Sunday, June 10, 2018 35. Individuals honored during the Dominican Mother s Day Event 36. Mr. William Sanchez, Executive Director, 32nd Anniversary Celebration of the Hispanic Youth Showcase
Tagged Passions:council, recognition, information technology, union, youth, events, and Information Technology

Sponsored by Council Member Anibal Ramos, Jr. 37. Individuals honored during the 2nd Annual Mendez Jeep Show 2018, Community Service Recognition

Ceremony, held on Sunday, May 27, 2018 38. Best of the Best Students, 2018 Graduates of Abington Avenue School 39. Best of the Best Students, 2018 Graduates of Robert Treat Academy 40. Best of the Best Students, 2018 Graduates of Ridge Street School 41. Best of the Best Students, 2018 Graduates of Rafael Hernandez
Tagged Passions:council, streets, education, recognition, and students

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School 42. Best of the Best Students, 2018 Graduates of Luis Munoz Marin School 43. Best of the Best Students, 2018 Graduates of First Avenue School

44. Best of the Best Students, 2018 Graduates of Park Elementary School
Tagged Passions:parks, education, and students

7R11 Recreation, Cultural Affairs and Senior Services

Tagged Passions:services and recreation

7R11-a 18-0778 Dept/ Agency: Recreation, Cultural Affairs and Senior Services Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service:

Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement Purpose: Facility use for Shani Baraka Basketball Camp Entity Name: Newark Public Schools Entity Address: 765 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Event Location: Weequahic High School, Ronald G. Stone Gymnasium, 279 Chancellor Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07112 Event Date(s): Thursday, July 5, 2018 through Friday, August 24, 2018 Event Time: 8:30 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. Additional Information: Sponsor:
Tagged Passions:streets, education, services, events, recreation, and facility

7R11-b 18-0819 Dept/ Agency: Recreation, Cultural Affairs and Senior Services Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service:

Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement Purpose: Facility use for Newark Pop Warner Cheer Competition Entity Name: Newark Public Schools Entity Address: 765 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Event Location: Weequachic High School, Ronald G. Stone Gymnasium, 279 Chancellor Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07112 Event Date(s): Saturday, October 13, 2018 Event Time: 8:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. (includes Setup and Breakdown Time; Event Time: 10:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M.) Additional Information: Sponsor:
Tagged Passions:streets, education, services, events, recreation, and facility

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8. COMMUNICATIONS Received from the Honorable Ras J. Baraka, Mayor.

Tagged Passions:Communications and communications

8.-a 18-0917 Dept/ Agency: Office of the Mayor Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Appointment Purpose: Alcoholic

Beverage Control Board Name of Appointee: Anthony Timmons Address: 129 Chancellor Ave, Unit C-1, Newark, New Jersey 07112 Appointment Term: 3-year term commencing upon confirmation and ending on February 14, 2020 Sponsor: Additional Information: Replacing Donald Bradley, Sr. whose term expired February 14, 2017
Tagged Passions:alcohol and appointments

8.-b 18-0922 Dept/ Agency: Office of the Mayor Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Re-appointment Purpose: Class II

Member to the Central Planning Board Name of Appointee: Jacqueline D. Ceola Address: 55 Voorhees Street, 2nd floor, Newark, New Jersey 07108 Appointment Term: 1-year term commencing upon confirmation and ending on June 30, 2019 Sponsor: Additional Information:
Tagged Passions:streets, appointments, and planning

8.-c 18-0924 Dept/ Agency: Office of the Mayor Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Re-appointment Purpose: Class IV

Member to the Central Planning Board Name of Appointee: Michael Lockett Address: 16 Schley Street, Newark, New Jersey 07112 Appointment Term: 3-year term commencing upon confirmation and ending March 17, 2019 Sponsor: Additional Information: Term must be concurrent with Environmental Commission appointment
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, streets, appointments, environment, and planning

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8.-d 18-0925 Dept/ Agency: Office of the Mayor Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Re-appointment Purpose: Class IV

Member to the Central Planning Board Name of Appointee: Wayne Richardson Address: 236 Vassar Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07112 Appointment Term: 4-year term commencing upon confirmation and ending January 14, 2022 Sponsor: Additional Information:
Tagged Passions:appointments and planning

8.-e 18-0926 Dept/ Agency: Office of the Mayor Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Re-appointment Purpose: Class IV

Member to the Central Planning Board Name of Appointee: Miguel E. Rodriguez Address: 555 Mt. Prospect Avenue, Apt. 10F, Newark, New Jersey 07104 Appointment Term: 4-year term commencing upon confirmation and ending January 14, 2022 Sponsor: Additional Information:
Tagged Passions:appointments and planning

MOTIONS

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12. ADJOURNMENT

KENNETH LOUIS CLERK OF THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

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