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Minutes of Commissioners Meeting   -   August 24, 2005

Note:  Complete Meeting Appears on Tapes #22-05 & 23-05 on File in the Borough Clerk’s Office August 24, 2005
Wildwood Crest, NJ

Prior to the opening of the meeting, Mr. Groon led those present in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

 

The meeting of the Board of Commissioners, Borough of Wildwood Crest, Cape May County , New Jersey , was held in the Municipal Court Room at 7:00 p.m.  On roll call the following answered to their names:

                                       Gould - Cabrera – Groon – Yes

 

Mr. Groon read the following statement:  In compliance with the Open Public Meeting Act, Chapter 231, P.L. 1975, the notice requirements have been satisfied as to the time, place and date of holding said meeting by posting notice on the bulletin board in the Borough Hall and by mailing same to the Gazette-Leader and The Press on December 6, 2004.

 

Mr. Groon next announced the one-way in and the one-way out method of ingress and egress in case of emergency.

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that Ordinance No. 978 be placed on second reading and final passage by title only.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE BY TITLE ONLY:

ORDINANCE NO. 978

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE LAND DEVELOPMENT

ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF WILDWOOD CREST,

CHAPTER 85, SECTION 85-40(E), AND AMENDING

ORDINANCE NO. 977 ADOPTED JUNE 29, 2005

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that a public hearing be held on Ordinance No. 978.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

There being no public comments, Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the public hearing on Ordinance No. 978 be closed.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that Ordinance No. 978 be passed on second and final reading and advertised according to law.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

Mr. Cabrera motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that Ordinance No. 979 be placed on second reading and final passage by title only.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE BY TITLE ONLY:

ORDINANCE NO. 979

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF WILDWOOD CREST

ESTABLISHING CHAPTER 62 – SEX OFFENDERS RESIDENCE

PROHIBITION – OF THE GENERAL CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF

WILDWOOD CREST TO PROHIBIT REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS

FROM RESIDING OR LOITERING WITHIN 2500 FEET OF ANY

SCHOOL, PARK, PLAYGROUND, RECREATION AREA, DAY

CARE FACILITY OR SCHOOL BUS STOPS

Mr. Cabrera motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that a public hearing be held on Ordinance No. 979.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

Bob Young, 207 Louisville Avenue , inquired if the pending ordinance can be enforced. Mr. Groon responded that the ordinance indicates that it does not affect the people who are already residents of the Borough, but it does restrict or try to control new movement into the community. Mrs. Gould interjected, “when we pass this we will find out how constitutional it is.” The Solicitor concurred.

There being no further public comments, Mr. Cabrera motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that the public hearing on Ordinance No. 979 be closed.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

Mr. Cabrera motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that Ordinance No. 979 be passed on second and final reading and advertised according to law.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

Mr. Cabrera motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that Ordinance No. 980 be placed on second reading and final passage by title only.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE BY TITLE ONLY:

ORDINANCE NO. 980

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 3.(a) OF BOND ORDINANCE

NO. 943 OF THE BOROUGH OF WILDWOOD CREST, COUNTY OF

CAPE MAY, NEW JERSEY , ADOPTED AUGUST 27, 2003, PROVIDING

FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO THE SANITARY SYSTEM IN AND BY THE

BOROUGH OF WILDWOOD CREST, APPROPRIATING $200,000.00 THEREFOR

AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $190,400.00 BONDS OR NOTES

OF THE BOROUGH TO FINANCE THE COST THEREOF

Mr. Cabrera motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that a public hearing be held on Ordinance No. 980.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

Bob Young, 207 Louisville Avenue , inquired if Atlantic Avenue between Seaview and Pacific Avenues, was scheduled to be re-done.  Mr. Cabrera responded that the pending ordinance amends a previous ordinance that provided for the Atlantic Avenue work, and that work has already been completed.

There being no further public comments, Mr. Cabrera motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that the public hearing on Ordinance No. 980 be closed.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

Mr. Cabrera motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that Ordinance No. 980 be passed on second and final reading and advertised according to law.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that Ordinance No. 981 be placed on second reading and final passage by title only.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE BY TITLE ONLY:

ORDINANCE NO. 981

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 59-3 OF THE CODE OF THE

BOROUGH OF WILDWOOD CREST, KNOWN AS THE “SALARY

ORDINANCE,” FIXING AND DETERMINING SALARIES AND

COMPENSATIONS OF THE BOROUGH OF WILDWOOD CREST,

IN THE COUNTY OF CAPE MAY , NEW JERSEY , PROVIDING FOR

THE RAISING OF THE AMOUNTS THEREOF BY TAXATION AND

FOR THE TIME AND METHOD OF PAYMENT

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that a public hearing be held on Ordinance No. 981.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

Nancy Pietropaoli, Seaview Avenue , inquired as to what department these positions will fall. Mrs. Gould and Mr. Groon both responded that they are in the police department.

There being no further public comments, Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the public hearing on Ordinance No. 981 be closed.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that Ordinance No. 981 be passed on second and final reading and advertised according to law.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 77-05

(Authorizing opposition to the proposed JWR Construction Co. 24-unit

condominium project before the Lower Township Zoning Board and urging

that Board to deny any and all variances for height, front, side, and rear yard setbacks)

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 78-05

(Authorizing the Tax Collector to refund overpayments previously made

for either property taxes or sewerage fees)

 

Mr. Groon motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 79-05

(Authorizing issuance of a special events permit to the PT Owners Club

Inc for a Block Party to be held commencing September 30, 2005 and

concluding October 2, 2005 on Forget-Me-Not Road between Atlantic

Avenue and Ocean Avenue )

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 80-05

(Authorizing issuance of a special events permit to the Wildwood Crest

Fishing Club on behalf of the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 955,

for the purpose of holding a dedication ceremony to be held on August 27,

2005 from noon to 4:00 p.m. at the Crest Pier)

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Groon, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 81-05

(Authorizing issuance of a special events permit to the Friends of 200 East

Louisville for the purpose of holding a block party to be held on August 27,

2005 from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the 200 block of East Louisville Avenue )

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 82-05

(Authorizing release of performance guarantee in the amount of $5,000 to

Mitchell Nichols Enterprises in conjunction with a street opening permit

for property located at 9004 New Jersey Avenue )

 

Mr. Groon motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 83-05

(Authorizing release of performance guarantee in the amount of $12,400

to Richard Brown Builders, Inc. in conjunction with a street opening

permit for property located at 401 E. Morning Glory Road )

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Groon, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 84-05

(Authorizing release of performance guarantee in the amount of $6,500 to

Richard Brown Builders, Inc. in conjunction with a street opening permit

for property located at 411 E. Morning Glory Road )

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 85-05

(Authorizing refund of street opening permit overpayment in the amount of

$211.50 to South Jersey Gas Co. in conjunction with a street opening permit

for property located at 410 E. Lavender Road )

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 86-05

(Authorizing a refund in the amount of $270 to Richard Brown Builders, Inc.

for a miscalculation in the street opening permit fee rate by the Borough Engineer)

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 87-05

(Authorizing the change of appointment of Thomas Alvarado to the Planning

Board replacing Robert McGowan as a Class IV Member effective immediately

and for the balance of the unexpired term)

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 88-05

(Authorizing the change of appointment of Bob Neri to the Planning Board,

specifically moving from Alternate #2 membership to that of Alternate #1)

 

Mr. Cabrera motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that all bills properly authorized, as submitted and which appear in full on the following page, be paid.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Groon, that the minutes of meetings held July 27 and August 10, 2005 be approved as presented.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Cabrera, that all reports received, from the Court Administrator, Tax Collector and Chief of Police, be read and filed, and that the detailed financial report as submitted by the CFO on July 31, 2005 be accepted as presented.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

A discussion was had with regard to the renewal of the lease agreement with the Wildwood Crest Historical Society for Store No. 3 at the Crest Pier. The Clerk reported that he had supplied the Board of Commissioners with a letter received from the Historical Society, which letter indicated that the lease agreement between the Historical Society and the Borough will expire effective October 2005, and requesting certain concessions and changes to the terms and conditions; one of which being a continuation of the existing location of the museum for the next term.

The Clerk requested from the Commissioners authorization for a review of the entire lease agreement by the Solicitor, as well as the intentions of the Commissioners with regard to use of the Philip Baker House for the museum if it can be acquired through the Open Space Preservation Trust Fund. Mrs. Gould suggested turning the matter over to the Solicitor for her review with regard to a one year lease, and then potentially a longer lease after the Open Space Preservation Trust Fund application is resolved. It was her opinion that if the Borough is able to secure the Philip Baker House, that would be the location of her choosing to house the museum. Mr. Groon inquired as to which department would handle further negotiations with the Historical Society. The Clerk responded that he would check the reorganization resolution to determine which Commissioner is in charge of the museum complex. It was decided that the Solicitor would begin the process by reviewing the existing lease agreement.

 

The Clerk provided documents received from James Verna of the Engineer’s Office to the Board of Commissioners with regard to street opening applications. Mr. Cabrera indicated that the Borough is reconstructing many blocks of streets, and the new street opening ordinance indicates that there is a moratorium against opening streets for five years after they have been reconstructed. He went on to state that the major reason for the “moratorium” is that State of New Jersey and Federal grant monies were used to repair the street, and one condition of those grants is that the Borough not allow the reconstructed streets to be opened for a five year period. Mr. Cabrera added that the Borough Engineer does notify the various utilities when a street is scheduled to be reconstructed in order that they might schedule any repairs or maintenance during the reconstruction phase. He indicated that the issue addressed by the Engineer was that many of the applications for street openings were made prior to the adoption of the ordinance prohibiting the street openings. The Clerk interjected that he had requested an opinion from the Solicitor as to the Borough’s ability to retroactively enforce an ordinance that was not in effect at the time the application was made. Mr. Groon inquired if permitting the streets to be opened in violation of the ordinance and the grant conditions would jeopardize the Borough’s ability to obtain grant monies in the future. Mr. Cabrera responded, “yes.” Mr. Groon inquired as to the Solicitor’s position on the matter. She responded that it was her opinion that the prohibition would not be applicable prior to the effective date of the ordinance, which was April 2005. She added that prior to that time, the Borough had no ordinance in effect prohibiting street openings in newly reconstructed streets. Mr. Groon inquired if applications received prior to the effective date of the ordinance would have to be honored, even though the actual street opening was not scheduled to occur until many months after the effective date of the ordinance. Mr. Cabrera interjected that there are not a significant number of such applications, but there are enough to cause “a couple different openings on the same street.” The Solicitor stated that if the applications are for streets reconstructed without use of grant monies, an exception may be able to be made; but if grant monies were utilized, it was her opinion that no exceptions can be made. Mr. Groon asked for clarification that the Solicitor was indicating that the Borough cannot allow the opening if the money for the street reconstruction was provided from grant monies. The Solicitor clarified her opinion that the Borough cannot make the moratorium retroactive, except for streets that have been reconstructed with grant funds because those streets are protected as of April 2005. Mr. Groon inquired if a review of the applications had been made to determine if any of the streets are federally funded. Mr. Cabrera responded in the affirmative, adding that a formal review had not been done but the Engineer is bringing the matter to the Board’s attention because there are applicants looking to open the streets that have been reconstructed. The Solicitor indicated that she would speak to Mr. Verna about the matter to determine what streets have pending applications. Mr. Groon inquired if there is any urgency to the matter. Mr. Cabrera responded that he did not think there was any urgency to the matter.

 

Jeff Ziccardi, 314 East Jefferson Avenue , thanked the Board of Commissioners for taking a stand on the Lower Township zoning matters in the Diamond Beach area, and urged the Commissioners to continue to take a hard stand against the continued development. He expressed his and his neighbors’ concerns regarding the increased traffic and emergency response coverage in the area by Wildwood Crest personnel.   Mr. Ziccardi reported that there have been developers “soliciting” in the Jefferson Avenue area of Wildwood Crest for properties to buy and perhaps build properties with increased heights. Mr. Groon thanked Mr. Ziccardi for the information.

 

Barbara Stoltz, 106 West Rosemary Road , indicated that in 2001 she reported to the then Board of Commissioners the water quality in the Borough, and she was told at that time that a letter was sent to the water utility. She went on to state that since that time nothing has been done to “filter our drinking water.” She produced the results from a recent water testing at her home.

Mr. Groon indicated that he would ask Commissioner Cabrera to coordinate with the Borough Engineer to review the information. He went on to state that some research would be done into the matter.

 

Kathy Byron, 311 East Jefferson Avenue , also thanked the Board for their efforts in Diamond Beach .

 

Mr. Groon indicated that the Board of Commissioners will be doing the best they can to take on the issue of Diamond Beach , but there are no guarantees since Lower Township has ultimate jurisdiction over the area.

 

Vincent DeReinzo, 308 East Jefferson Avenue , commented that truck traffic is also a problem in the area, adding that Jefferson Avenue is “inundated with trucks every day.” It was his opinion that the increased development and construction in Diamond Beach will only add to the problem of big trucks in the area. He requested the Board of Commissioners to “stop the traffic from coming down Jefferson Avenue .”

 

Mr. DeReinzo went on to state that the parking problem will be aggravated by the increased development in Diamond Beach . Mr. Groon responded that the Board of Commissioners “are all on the same page” with Mr. DeReinzo and his neighbors. Mr. Groon then responded to Mr. DeReinzo’s complaints regarding the truck route, and indicated he would ask the Chief of Police to look into the matter and see if there may be a way to resolve the matter.

 

Mr. DeReinzo inquired if the Borough could institute “resident parking” in order to control the added parking problems anticipated with the increased development in Diamond Beach . Mrs. Gould inquired if he was referring to “permit parking,” adding that should the proposed development take place, the Chief of Police will have to be consulted to see if there might be a solution such as suggested by Mr. DeReinzo.

 

Tina Ziccardi, 314 East Jefferson Avenue, also thanked the Commissioners for their support, but added that parking will be a “true nightmare” with three 12-story buildings in the area, adding that the area cannot handle the parking situation now. She presented photographs depicting the parking situation on Jefferson Avenue over the July 4th holiday. She asked the Board of Commissioners to consider vacating Atlantic Avenue where it intersects Jefferson Avenue , as well as making Jefferson Avenue one-way in order to provide some relief to the residents of Jefferson Avenue .

 

Ms. Ziccardi then stressed the importance of the emergency services to the residents of Wildwood Crest, and asked that the safety of the residents not be jeopardized.

 

In response to Ms. Ziccardi’s comments, Mr. Groon stated that he will discuss all of her suggestions with the Chief of Police and see if any of them would be possible.

 

Mr. Ziccardi asked if the Board of Commissioners had any suggestions as to who to contact with regard to the environmental problems such as mold and vermin that will be created in the neighborhood when The Grand hotel is demolished in preparation for the new development. Mr. Groon responded that he presumed it would be the Cape May County Health Department, but he would look into the matter and advise Mr. Ziccardi.

 

Martin Malucci, a visitor to Wildwood Crest, questioned when the hearing would take place with regard to the M-1 Zone land use recommendations. He was advised the matter would be heard by the Planning Board on September 1, 2005, as a public hearing would be held at that time with consideration of adoption of the resolution to approve changes to the M-1 Zone to follow immediately thereafter.

 

Mrs. Gould and Frank Basile, the Recreation Director reported, concerning Seafarer’s Celebration, that there were eight vendors presently signed up to participate, but that the Borough would go forward on a smaller scale, and there will be fireworks at Sunset Lake at 8:00 p.m. Mr. Basile reported that in 2004 there were 27 vendors signed up on August 24th for the 2004 Seafarer’s as compared to only eight on the same date in 2005. He added that the number may increase somewhat, and he anticipates perhaps 15 more vendors by the date of the celebration. Mrs. Gould interjected, “that would be respectable.” Mr. Cabrera added, “we might be pleasantly surprised” and “there is still time to get more vendors.”

In accordance with the provisions of the Open Public Meetings Act, the Clerk advised that a closed session discussion would be necessary, but that the governing body would be returning to open session at the conclusion of the discussion and possibly taking formal action in open session, for the reasons as follows:

 

1.   Potential award of an engineering professional services contract for special recreation projects.

2.   Preservation of health, safety, welfare in the Borough in conjunction with continuation of mutual aid to the Diamond Beach section of Lower Township

3.   Possible litigation/negotiation based upon proposed construction project in the Bayview Drive section of Lower Township

On the basis of the foregoing, and there being no further public comments, THE CLERK READ THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION BY TITLE ONLY:

RESOLUTION NO. 89-05

(Closed session as above)

 

Mr. Groon motioned, seconded by Mrs. Gould, that the foregoing Resolution be adopted.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

Upon returning to open session, there being no further comments or discussions, Mrs. Gould motioned, seconded by Mr. Groon, that the meeting be adjourned.

Vote:          Gould-Cabrera-Groon-Yes

 

Dated:        September 28, 2005

Kevin M. Yecco, Borough Clerk

 

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