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ORDINANCE #15-07

AN ORDINANCE REVISING CHAPTER XXI,  FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION
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ORDINANCE NO.  15-05

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #87-17 OF THE REVISED
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Ocean City Council agenda Feb. 26, 2015
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  1. 1. ORDINANCE #15-07 AN ORDINANCE REVISING CHAPTER XXI, FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY, NEW JERSEY (Designating Planning Board as Flood Damage Prevention Board of Appeals) BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Ocean City, County of Cape May, State of New Jersey, as follows: Section 1. Chapter XXI, “Flood Damage Prevention”, Section 21-4.4 “Variance Procedure” of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City is hereby revised to read as follows: 2l-4.4 VARIANCE PROCEDURE 21-4.4-1 APPEAL BOARD [l] The - : Uccun (Kliv lllmnniig litmnl <hull . wa u' J* (lccnn ( 'itu-x Hund Ilanngigc Prcx ; union Åppisral Iåonrd ; vid shall hear and decide appeals and requests for variances from the requirements of this ordinance. Section 2. Chapter II, “Administrationñ Section 2-11, “ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION", Sub-section 2-11.2 “Power of Commission” of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City is hereby revised to read as follows: 2-1L2 Power of Commission. a. The Environmental Commission shall have the power to conduct research into the use and possible use of open land, including beaches, bays, inlets and ocean, of the City of Ocean City and coordinate the activities of unofñcial bodies organized for similar purposes, and may advertise, prepare, print and distribute booklets, maps, charts, plans and pamphlets which in its judgment it deems necessary for its purpose. b. It shall keep an index of all open areas, publicly or privately owned, including open marshland, swamp and other wetlands, in order to obtain information on the proper use of such areas, and may from time to time recommend to the Planning Board or, if none, to the Mayor and Governing Body of the municipality, plans and programs for inclusion in a municipal master plan in development and use of such areas. 4-. c. Receive and review applications before the Planning Board and the Zoning Board in accordance with N. J.S. A. 40:55D-27(b). Section 3. Any and all Ordinances inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of their inconsistency.
  2. 2. Section 4. Should any section or portion of this Chapter be declared illegal or unconstitutional by a Court of competent jurisdiction, said section or portion of this Chapter shall be deleted and the remainder of the Chapter shall to the extent possible remain in full force and effect. Section 5. This Chapter shall take effect in the time and manner prescribed by law. Jay A. Gillian, Mayor Anthony P. Wilson, Council President The above Ordinance was passed by the Council of Ocean City, New Jersey, at a meeting of said Council held on day of , 2015, and will be taken up for a second reading and final passage at a meeting of said Council held on day of , 2015 in Council Chambers, City Hall, Ocean City, New Jersey at 7:00 o”clock in the evening. Linda P. Maclntyre, City Clerk
  3. 3. ClTY OF OCEANJ ClTY i 'frå-M '- " . *V* . _' AMERICA'S GREATEST FAMILY RESORT DEPARTMENT OF LAW Memo DATE: February 19, 2015 TO: City Council FROM: Dorothy F. McCrosson, Esquire RE: Ordinance Designating Ocean City Planning Board to Serve As Flood Damage Prevention Appeal Board Neither the City nor Ocean City property owners have had cause to invoke the variance section of the Flood Damage Prevention Appeal Board on a regular basis in the past, However, in light of the current F EMA and flood insurance flood-prooñng requirements, and an increase in the number of homeowners interested in elevating or replacing their beachfront and bayfront bulkheads, the Administration foresees a need for a Flood Damage Prevention Appeal Board. The current Flood Damage Prevention ordinance contemplates the creation of a Flood Damage Prevention Board of Appeals through mayoral appointrnents, subject to the advice and consent of Council. Instead of creating a new board, the Mayor proposes to designate the Planning Board to serve as the City”s Flood Damage Prevention Appeal Board. The attached ordinance would revise the Flood Damage Prevention ordinance to eliminate the provisions regarding the constitution of a separate Appeal Board, and would replace those provisions with language assigning the functions of the Appeal Board to the Planning Board. The ordinance would also strike the inconsistent language in the Administrative Code from 2007 which included in the powers of the Environmental Commission the functions of the Flood Damage Appeal Board. 861 ASBURY AVENUE, OCEAN CITY. NJ 08226 Telephone* (609) 399-241 I F ax: (609) 398-7838 dmccrosson@ocnj. us
  4. 4. ORDINANCE NO. 15-01 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING CHAPTER XXV, ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY Hosgitalig Zone BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Ocean City, County of Cape May, State of New Jersey, as follows: Section 1. Section 25-205.7.2 of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Iersey is hereby amended as follows: 25-205.7.2 PrincipalUses. The following uses shall be permitted on lots that conform to the minimum requirements contained in Section 25-205.7.5 Schedule of District Regulations. a. Motels b. Hotels c. Rooming and guest houses d. Bed and breakfasts e. Restaurants f. Retail sales g. Retail services h . Commercial parking lots i. Satellite Hotel j. Triplex k. Quadruplex l. Multi-family (5 or more dwelling units) buildings m. One-family and two-family dwellings on lots existing prior to the effective date of this Ordinance, subject to the bulk requirements contained in the Schedule ot District Regulations (§25-2(l5.7.5). hallon-ing: ;ala-existing lUP-rlPHL--llåiålä “ctltltluñlsevnláiect tu t_ twiiiitliirnieáállthê' 34W) bktllx-tä-“tfitlfiâllltülllñ , l On existivnçslgtltlll-'KUUQ/ Fêläehwmibit-ct teuk-'e-»rmtlnan 'ÅQÄE--Ãtllltaltlü bulk rostwirwiwnts ? DH-existing lwtse-kulltlvq' dHLl--gFtHEt-*Y-'ttt area. snäva-hv the (Zwaintlaámi (Tältlj'-lllált›l4aullxwi'evqtiinletts-ma lr n. Development of one-family and two-family dwellings on lots created subsequent to the effective date of this Ordinance requires use variance approval from the Zoning Board of Adjust-ment pursuant to N. ].S. A. 40:55D-70(d)(1). no. Mixed-use (a building containing yesielentialaml non-residential use on the lowest floor and resitlential Lise above) Hp. Essential services pq . Rental Management Service
  5. 5. Section 2. Section 25-205.7.5 Bulk Requirements of Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Development" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amended as follows: 25-205.7.5 Bulk Requirements. Lot area, lot width, lot frontage, front, side and rear yards, lot depth, building height, building coverage, and impervious surface coverage shall be in accordance with the following schedule. Hospitality Zone Schedule of District Re lations Minimum Lot Mmlmum Lot width and u” Minimum Yard Requirements Maximum Area Fmnwge (Feet) Im ervious Use (Square Feet) (Feet) p . Coverage Comet Interior Comet' From Rear Side (percent) (1,2) (EzL/ Agg. ) Hotel Molel i0,o00 4,000 Schedule , , , 29' 70 B 5 “O Schedule , 32' 20 (14) 37, Management Service 65 Bed & Breakfast, Rooming & Guest Houses; Satellite Hotel Restaurant, Retail Sales, Retail Service, Mixed-use 3,000 Rental 30 0 Schedule lår/ u Schedule B Depth C 35 20% Quadmplex 6,500 7,000 es 70 S°'“°Bd"'° or Sw? ” 35 35 Depth Multi-family 101500 111000 Schedule 22:0 Schedule 35 35 (5+) B Dem c Schedule Schedule 29 35 CZ-Soümo 2,400 3,200 I 45 Schedule Schedule 29 30 02-30113000 3,000 40 (22-40/4000 Schâdulc schêdule 30 N01 ES TO SCHEDULE: (1) The minimum front yard setback shall be as indicated on Schedule B, "Schedule of Front Yard Setback Depths by Street. " Where development is proposed on lots adjacent to a street not listed on Schedule B, the front yard shall be the average setback of the adjacent buildings on the entire block, as determined from a ceniñed survey provided by the applicant/ owner. (3) The minimum required rear setback shall be: 20% of lot depth for non-all ey lots and for lots having less than 100 feet of depth; 25% of lot depth for alley lots and for lots having a depth of 100 feet or more. Triplex 5,500 6,000 55 35
  6. 6. (4) (5) (6) (7) (14) The rear yard setback required to the enclosed habitable portion of the building may be reduced a distance equal to the distance by which the required front yard setback to the building exceeds ten (10) feet. Nonhabitable building area, such as porches, decks and landings may extend not more than six (6) feet into the required rear yard. In no case shall this rear yard setback be less than seven and-one-half (7.5) feet. Building Height for Hotel, Motel, Satellite Hotel, Bed & Breakfast, Rooming House, Guest House, Triplex, Quadruplex, Multi-family: l'l: 'l. ::1t. tvIFL_l<i'j: lll_. lllg'{, [. å'. .l. l;l wranu. mi? Nlncil l d smlllwv; measured from Han' l Ivnrtl l 5:". .tlwigplux n-n. . tl] lust tlål l I i / evstun-. r l : walrl Ã-. watwvg 01' 14.5 feet above grade when mechanical parking lifts are used for at least 75% of required parking, whichever is higher. Hmlihn-: ll-, aeløtlur Rrsileannnt lh-hni :9li -. l{›, -s-«. ›L? s›. 'v wt. ›». le-. -., ui-i| s›, ' twin-civil lmm 'street -: e|a| e|'l| |0-. *- Building Height for “Corinthian" residential dwellings measured from Zoning Flood Elevation. Lets containing more than one use shall be subject to the most restrictive regulations. Forty (40) percent Building Coverage for “Corinthian” residential dwellings requires compliance with the design incentives contained in Section 25-20427 of the City Code. No side yard shall be required for Restaurant, Retail Sales, and Retail Services. Two (2) side yards of not less than four feet (4') each shall be required for second and third floor residential uses, and parking lots. Section 3. This Ordinance shall take effect in the time and manner prescribed hy law. Jay A. Gillian, Mayor Anthony P. Wilson, Council President The above Ordinance was taken up by the Council of Ocean City, New Jersey, at a meeting of said Council held on the 22nd day of January, 2015 and will taken up for a second reading and flnal passage at a meeting of said Council held on the 26th day of February, 2015 in Council Chambers, City Hall, Ocean City, New Jersey, at seven 0°cl0ck in the evening. Linda P. Maclntyre, City Clerk
  7. 7. Ordinance 15 - Ol Summagy - The bulk requirements for residential use referenced in §25-205.7.2.m are not necessary and are removed in deference to the Schedule of District Regulations. The structural format for a mixed-use building is clariñed in Section 1. Due to the prevailing depth of the smaller lots in the zone, The Schedule of District Regulations is revised to reduce the required lot depth from 100 feet to 75 feet. Section 2 provides that building height for all non-residential, multiple dwelling and mixed-use buildings will be measured from BFE+l instead of the street centerline. October 22, 2014
  8. 8. «i<:11'11"y o r tro 'EA N tony . Ml'RI( ft Ntiltl II'->V[ I . Mll Y RI 1›RI UH in 1111 IH' 11 Hu; January 23, 2015 Ocean City Planning Board c/ o Jaime Cornell-Fine, Board Secretary 115 12"* Street Ocean City, New Jersey 08226 Ordinance #15-01 Dear Ms. Fine: In accordance with N. J.S. A 40:55:D-62, I am transmitting a copy of Ordinance #15-01 entitled, “An Ordinance Amending and Supplementing Chapter XXV, Zoning and Land Development of the Revised Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey (Hospitality Zone. ) This ordinance was introdueed and adopted on ñrst reading by the City Council on January 22, 2015. This ordinance will be advertised according to law and is scheduled to have second reading and public hearing at the February 26, 2015 regular council meeting. Kindly present this ordinance to the Ocean City Planning Board for its review for consistency with the city°s land use element in accordance with the Municipal Land Use Law. Should you have any questions, you may contact me at 525-9326. Sinccrely, Sheila Cottrell Deputy City Clerk Enclosure c: Jay Gillian, Mayor James Mallon, Business Administrator Roger McLamon, Director Community Operations Dorothy Mccrosson, City Solicitor . NM Axmim . l NIT 01 I' N( II 'I 03130 0119.53; anka I i nwr W* (dc-o
  9. 9. SCHEULE PLANNING SOLUTIONS, LLC Lonmzajzitl/ Development Municipal [Jlnnnnzg Nlustcr Plans i Znunrgtjjdes Reuletvelapizzeizt CITY OF OCEAN CITY ORDINANCE NO. 15-01 Master Plan Consistency Report Introduction. Ordinance 15-01 - "An ordinance amending and supplementing the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City (Hospitality Zone)" was introduced on first reading by City Council on January 22, 2015. According to the January 23, 2015 referral from the City Clerk, Ordinance 15-01 will be advertised according to law and is scheduled to have second reading and public hearing at the February 26, 2015 City Council meeting. The "Municipal Land Use Law" provides the Planning Board with thirty-five (35) days from the referral date to prepare, review, adopt and transmit their consistency report regarding Ordinance 15-01 to City Council. ä 40:55D-26 describes the Planning Board's responsibility regarding the master plan consistency review as follows: 'å . . the planning board shall make and transmit to the governing body, within 35 days after referral, a report including identification of any provisions in the proposed development regulation, revision or anzendnzent which are inconsistent with the master plan and recommendations concerning those inconsistencies and any other matters as the board deems appropriate. " While formerly only zoning Ordinances and amendments thereto were required to be submitted to the planning board, it is now clear from the wording in I_JS_A 40:55D-26 that all "development regulations" must be referred to the planning board for comment and report. The statute requires that every zoning ordinance must "either be substantially consistent with the land use plan and housing plan of the master plan, or designed to effectuate such plan elements. " The "Master Plan" referred to herein is the City of Ocean City Master Plan adopted February 3, 1988, and as subsequently amended by the Planning Board. Ordinance Summary. Ordinance 15-01 revises the City Code as follows: I The bulk requirements for residential use contained in §25-205.7.2.m are removed in deference to the controls for bulk contained in the Schedule of District Regulations. I The structural elements of a mixed-use building are clarified in §25-205.7.2.o. 33 Buckingham 1›nGI, i-', _›4›_ Harbor lownship, NI (18234 3 0093053142 0 scheuleplanningsolutionsygmaiLcom
  10. 10. I Due to the prevailing depth of the smaller lots in the zone, required lot depth is reduced from 100 feet to 75 feet. §25-205.7.5 provides that building height for all non-residential, multi-family and mixed-use buildings will be measured from BFE+1 instead of the street centerline. Analysis and Conclusion. As noted above the Planning Board's responsibility in terms of the master plan consistency review is to identify any provisions in Ordinance 15-01 which are inconsistent with the Master Plan, and make recommendations concerning those inconsistencies and any other matters as the Board deems appropriate. In defining "substantial consistency" the Supreme Court in Manalapan Realty v. Township Committee made it clear that some inconsistency is permitted "provided it does not substantially or materially undermine or distort the basic provisions and objectives of the Master Plan. " The "Municipal Land Use Law" does not define the term inconsistent. Ordinance 15-01 amends and clarifies specific provisions of the l-Iospitality Zone regulations, and advances the following Ocean City Master Plan Objectives: > T0 encourage caordination of the nurnerous regulations and activities zuhich influence land development with a goal of producing efficient uses of land with appropriate development types and scale. > T0 maintain the City as a family-Oriented resort community. > T0 maintain and upgrade the Citfs housing stock. I have carefully reviewed Ordinance 15-01 and the Ocean City Master Plan. Considering the Master Plan Objectives noted above and Mä 40-55D-26, it is my professional opinion that Ordinance 15-01 is consistent with the Master Plan. Prior to final adoption, the C2-30/ 300 designation in the first column of the Hospitality Zone Schedule should be corrected to C2-30/300Q. Respectively submitted, gare/ SIM Randall E. Scheule, PP/ AICP New Jersey Professional Planner License No. Ll003666 January 26, 2015
  11. 11. ORDINANCE NO. 15-01 . AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND SUPPLEMl-ÃNTING CHAVTER XXV, ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY Hosgilalig Zone BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Ocean City, County of Cape May, State ut New Jersey, as tollnurs: Sedign l. Section 25-20512 ot Chapter XXV "Zoning and Land Devclopnment" of the Revised General Ordinances of the City ol Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amended as follows: 2.5-205.7.2 PrincipalUsc-s, The following uses shall be permitted on lots thai conform lo the minimum I requirements contained in Section 25-2(l5,7.5 Schedule of District Regulatinns. 'a Motels b, Hotels u. Rooming and guest houses . Bed and brenklasts . Restaurants' Retail sales . Retail s-rervicos . Commercial parking lots i. Satellitelkulel j. Triplex k. Quadruplcx l. Multi-family (5 or more dwelling units) blllldings m, (Due-family and two-famillv dwellings on lols existing prior to the effective tlalc of lhis (Irdinance, subject ha the halt rrquuremenls contained in Il» Schedule nl lmlricl Regulal iom [§2S-205.7.5|, lulkwuuf p i i. . . .. ..| ... |›_ 801- l--v- dum . nun kl »allow u en t -nnnnlnmnl »'45- 34451 ENÅL Oowkállrüküih Hu own-dun: ISIN JN" hl hu» stulna-ak»- x mmllum. . j 'ln- 'vill Itun- 'drum-Huan- -Iu c-nislong luta. al-LJU sl . uu-l , gu-aw- n- . uwn mmm: in Hou' s umutomu* : mn Illllunü u-uuimwma. J . Duvclopmeirt ot one-fanrily and lwn-fanüly dw-ellinggs nn lots created subsequent to the effective dnle of this Ordinance requires usc variancu approval from the Zoning Board of Adjustment gimsuant to N. J.S. A. 4U:55D«7(](rl)(1). w. Mixed-use (n building containing »mom-mao . uøzsnon-msidenlinl use on lhc luwcs-t "B01 and Inidanlill usc above) up. Essential services vqliental Management Service
  12. 12. Section 2. Section zs-wazs Bulk Requirements of Chapter XXV "Znning and Land Development” of the Rwisød Centeral Ordinances of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey is hereby amended as knllouvs: 25-20575 Bulk Requirements. Lot area, lut width. lol Montage, front. side and rear _van-is, lol depth. building height, buiiding covurage. and impervious surface cnvcrngc shall be in acmrdnnce with the following sthcd ule. Hnspitalily Zone Schedule of District Regglalions Minimum us: Mrmwum LM “Idlh : nd LN , ÅÅIKIUIIIN" . . hluxI--n-n . nu Fn-vtupe mnlmnu | x › v» (Min: IM: mun . 'w ' m” nu san-tm: (mmm ltmx: km. , . n W linor! Mllrl Dal <2 ülsakläwl. Running & Gun *nå* S. Hilr Ilnm ' ltøclnnnl. Ituil Sans. kcvailSm i. .. Miu-tum Kmml ? summarum 1 ripm Qumnupw. M lll' ›| ' “gå”- 'JIXI | :wo , ,_; ___L_ 1 (2530-2111) CZ ›. lI Till 1 2411 um . I' ' . *f* Ng” '3 'O SCHEDQ] E Il) Th: minimum front yard anbud: shall hc : w indian-nl un Schedule R, 'Schedule of l'mnl Vald Scllmck Degu» by Sirccl. " VFhme derrlopmcnl is prwpnscd on lols adjaccm 10 a : um um Imcd u» Schrdulr Bk the Iinnl yard shall hc Ihc : uu-rage scuback nnhr odjacent btlildings nn : h: ruin* blod. . au dctcrmimd from a ccniñed mrvcy prnviácd hy the' nmllicanhhxwncr. Th: :ninnrnunl rcqumzd rear . sclhack <hzlll bt: 205.. aflui duplh for nnn-alky kila alul lin' lok having less [hun IIJO fnul nfdcplh: 25°» øflnl rkplll fnrulleylnb ; md I'm | hls having a depth of IDO Ibn! var mmm' PAGE4
  13. 13. Tltc rar yard sctbwrlt rrquiretl Iu the rmløscd hnbitablc portion nl' the building may bc radmwl ta : listan-x equal tn du: tlmauvc by which th: required front yard sørllxlck to th: building cxccvds t| :n l lfl) fm_ Nonhabilzblr: building aven. such au' purchcs. dec-Its und lxmdinm maycxlend not men than six (n) rem inm (Inc mquircrl mar yard. ln nu case . xlnlt this rcnr yanl iclbuck h: lem : han som; amrLnnc-halfü 5) ful, Building Hright for Hotel. Mutel. Sntcllilc Hotel. Bed . Vi llrcukfmr. Rowling Home. Cmcsl llulmc. Triplex. oundmpkx. Multi-lamm. u. un. : l| |ly4 u. m: .s n. . u. tm i. l Mn". nu' Mm. : u . . I'i . u n. .uyeueumd rmm hm Ilunvl p In unnar | -I<n m. : m nu. : I m I> < I n * i. or 14.5 fm alm: grad. - wlten tuccltanicul parking lnll- an: uwd (ar : u Icas: 75% a-frcquind parking. “Michel-cr in liiglucr. Building llcight for ”Couiuthian” msidunlial dmelliutgs : nens-arm front Zoning Flood Elcvøninn. Lab. cumazning mom tim: our uw . shall h: - stzbjccl to the man rø-. ancuxrc fcgulztlium. Forty (du) percent Building (fovcmgc for “Corintluinnf rcsirlcntiul (luøcllings mquircs contpliaitrc willl [hc design inccntivcs Cuntuinud in Scclinn 25-20427 nl' th: Cu)- Code. (H) Na side yard shall b: mqttintd for Restaurant. Retail Sales. aml Retail Srrvicex. . Two (I) side ynrdi ornm lass than four frcl (4') nach : hall be requiml for second nnd third floor rraidcntial uses. aud purkmg lnts. Section 3. 'This Ordinance shall lake effect in the time : md mannar prcscrzbeçi by law. Jay A. Gillian, lvlayur Anthony P. Wiisnn, Council President Thu above Ordinance was taken up by the CULlhCIl oloccan City, Ncw Jersey, at a lnucting nfsaid Council held on the Zlnd day ofåamuary. 2015 and will mkcn up lur a second reading and final passage al a meeting of said Council held on the 26th day of February. 2015 in Cnuncil Cfhambcrs, City Hall. Ocean City. New Jersey. al xcvcn : fclnck in : lut evening. Sheila (Tunrcll, DeptllttriCity Clcrk
  14. 14. GARY R. GRIFFITH, ESQUIRE GRIFFITH and CARLUCCI, P. C. 801 Asbury Avenue - Suite 200 Ocean City, New Jersey 08226 (609) 399-6900 Attorneys for the Ocean City Planning Board OCEAN CITY PLANNING BOARD RESOLUTION PGDP 14-040 BACKGROUND OF RESOLUTION 1. Consistent with the legal requirements of N. J . S. 40A: IZA-l et seq. , the “Local Redevelopment and Housing Law”, the Govcrning Body of the City of Ocean City adopted Resolution 14-50-169 on July 10, 2014, a tnie copy of which is anncxed hereto [“City Res0luti0n”] authorizing the Ocean City Planning Board to review a proposed amendnient [“Amendment”] to an existing Redevelopment Area Plan adopted pursuant to City of Ocean City Ordinance No. 05-18 [“Plan”] pursuant to N. J.S. A. 40Arl2A-7 e and provide its recommendation concerning the proposed amendment. 2. The Ocean City Planning Board considered the City Resolution and in order to fulñll the directions set forth in the City Resolution, a public hearing was conducted on January 14, 2015, at which time the Ocean City Planning Board considered, among other things, the Amendment submitted by Select Properties, Inc. [“Applicant”] in its City of Ocean City Development Application dated October 23, 2014 and an Amended Redevclopment Area Plan in conjunction therewith. The Applicanl is the owner of
  15. 15. certain lands and premises located in the City of Ocean City known as Block 1101, Lots l, 2, & 3 as shown on the current official tax map for the City of Ocean City, New Jersey commonly known as 1101-1111 Ocean Avenue, Ocean City, New Jersey ["Redeveloprnent Property"]. The Redevelopment Property is identiñed as Parcel A in the Plan. 3. The Applicant proposes by Amendment to the Plan to construct and develop a 92-unit residential condominium development with 388 parking spaces on the Redevelopment Property [“Project”]. The Project contemplates, among other things, a building consisting of six stories, measuring 74.25 feet to the roofline above Ocean Avenue. 4. The Amendment proposed by the Applicant seeks to modify the Plan to permit the Project. 5. As set forth above, a public hearing in respect of the Amendmerrt to the Plan was held before the Ocean City Planning Board on January 14, 2015. WITNESSETH NOW, THEREFORE, the Ocean City Planning Board based upon the exhibits submitted and the analysis by the Planner for the Ocean City Planning Board, Randall E. Scheule, A. I.C. P. & P. P. [“PlaI1ner”] and the Engineer for the Ocean City Planning Board, Roger D. McLarnon, P. E. [“Engineer”] and the testimony presented makes the following findings of fact: 1. Paragraphs l through 5 set forth above in the Background of Resolution are inoorporated by this reference as if speciñcally set forth herein at length; all appropriate
  16. 16. applications have been filed; all required application fees have been paid; and, all notices required by law have been given. 2. The Applicant has submitted and the Planner and Engineer have reviewed the plans and documents identified and delineated by the Planner in the Plarmei-'s Memorandum dated November 17, 2014 [“Planner's Memorandum”] all of which are incoxporated by this reference as if specitically listed herein at this place and identified and delineated by the Engineer in the Engineers Memorandum dated December 2, 2014 [“Engineer°s Memorandum°'] all of which are incorporated by this reference as if specifically listed herein at this place. The Planner°s Report is attached to this Resolution as Exhibit A and expressly made a part hereof and the Engineefs Memorandum is attached to this Resolution as Exhibit B and expressly made a part hereof. 3. Nicholas F. Talvacchia, Esquire represented the Applicant at the time of public hearing, provided a general overview of his clienfs Amendment as proposed for the Plan. Clay Heckler testified first in respect of the Amendment. Mr. Heckler is a principal of the Applicant. He testifted concerning the Plan and the inability to develop a resort hotel as contemplated in the Plan. He testified after considerable efforts a resort hotel as conternplated in the Plan could not be ñnanced. He also testiñed that the Amendment, which, if approved, would permit the development of the Project. He testified that the Project was the highest and best use of the Redevelopment Property. Bruce Englebaugh, R. A. was the next witness to testify in respect of the Amendment. Mr. Englebaugh is a registered architect and was recognized by the Ocean City Planning Board as an expert. Mr. Englebaugh is the architect engaged by the
  17. 17. Applicant in respect of the Project development proposed for the Property. Mr. Englebaugh provided a general description of the Property and the proposed Project. Mr. Englebaugh testified in conjunction with an aerial photograph showing the Redevelopment Property. He described the Project, the building proposed by the Applicant, and reviewed the floor and unit plans for the individual condominium units. He testified concerning building el evations and building materials. Exhibits A-l (boardwalk view) and A-2 (holiday theme) were received and marked into evidence during his testimony. Julie Maelio was the next witness to testify in respect of the Amendment. Ms. Maelio is employed by Wells Fargo in its residential rnortgage lending division and was recognized by the Ocean City Planning Board as an expert in the area of condominium ñnancing. She testified that financing a condominiurn hotel would be extremely difficult and that leading models have changed since the most recent financial crisis. She testified that in her view financing individual condominium units under separate ownership was feasible. Anthony Graziano was the next witness to testify in respect of the Amendment. Mr. Graziano is a principal of Integra Realty Resources and was recognized by the Ocean City Planning Board as an expert in appraising real property and ñnancing. He testified in accordance with a report titled “Hi ghest and Best Use Analysis Full Service Hotel Development, October 2014.” He testified that developing a resort hotel on the Redevelopment Property was not feasible. He testified concerning construction costs and the rate of return for investors/ developers. He testified that the permitted use contemplated in the Plan does not work.
  18. 18. Damon Bready was the next witness to testify in respect of the Amendment. Mr. Bready is a local realtor. He testified concerning a positive market for the types of residential condominium units proposed by the Applicant in the Amendment to the Plan. Jay Adamson was the next witness to testify in respect of the Amendment. Mr. Adamson is a professional planner and was recognized by the Ocean City Planning Board as an expert. He testified that the proposed Amendment is consistent with the goals and objectives of the Plan. 4. Comments from the Planner were received consistent with Plaimefs Memorandum. The Planner°s Memorandum was received by the Ocean City Planning Board. Comments from the Engineer were received consistent with the Engineefs Memorandum. The Engineer°s Memorandum was received by the Ocean City Planning Board. 5. Upon completion of Mr. Talvacchia°s presentation on behalf of the Applicant, receipt of the Plannefs Memorandum and the Engineers Memorandum, and receipt of comments by the Planner and the Engineer, the meeting was then opened to the public. There was public comment. The following members of the public testified and offered comments in respect of the application for the Amendment as follows: 1. Jesse Briglia, 900 Ocean Avenue-In Favor. 2. Stanley Wirpsza, 1206 Ocean Avenue-In Opposition. 3. Roy Wagner, 2824 Wesley Avenue-In Oppasition. 4. Karen Bergman, 39 Bayview Placew-In Opposition. 5. Eric Sauder; 2928 Central Avenue-In Opposition. 6. Tim Kelly, Hatjielal, Pennsylvania-In Favor. 7. Andrew Fitchett, 4827 Asbury Avenue-In Favor. 6. Upon conclusion and closing of the public portion of the meeting, there was further discussion and deliberation by the Ocean City Planning Board.
  19. 19. Based upon the application for the Amendment, plans and documents, reports, and testirnony of all witnesses presented by the Applicant, testimony and comments from the members of the public, and the dialogue and discussion of the Ocean City Planning Board Members, the Ocean City Planning Board finds that there is an insufñcient basis to modify the Plan as proposed by the Applicant in the Amendment and recommends that the Governing Body of the City of Ocean City not amend the Plan. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Ocean City Planning Board on January 14, 2015 that the Applicanfs request for the Amendment to the Plan is DENIED and that the Ocean City Planning Board recommends that the Governing Body of the City of Ocean City not amend the Plan. A motion to grant the Applicanfs request for the Amendment to the Plan (to be considered in the afñrmative) was made by Ocean City Planning Board Member Adams and second ed by Ocean City Planning Board Member Jones on January l4, 2015 ["Adams Motion”]. The vote on the Adams Motion was One (1) in favor of and Five (5) against and Two (2) abstentions with Ocean City Planning Board Member Adams voting in the afñrmative, Ocean City Planning Board Members Jessel, McClellan, Dattilo, Jones, and Loeper voting in the negative, and Ocean City Planning Board Members Vanderscheure and McCaffrey abstaining. OCE BOARD JOHN OEPER, CHA ERSON Dated: February ll, 2015
  20. 20. CERTIFICATION I, JAIME M. CORNELL-FINE, Secretary to the Ocean City Planning Board, do hereby certify that the foregoing Decision and Resolution was duly adopted at the meeting of the Ocean City Planning Board held on January 14, 2015 and memorialized herein pursuant to N. J.S. 40:55D-10 g. (2) on February ll, 2015. E M. CORNELL-FINE, tai-y, Ocean City Planning Board
  21. 21. CITY OF OCEAN CITY v' - AMERICNS GREATEST FAMILY RESORT DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY OPERATIONS i .47- , -. s-; uz , ra _r. .< Code Enforcement ° Construction - Engineering ° Environmental Management ° Parks and Recreation V' Planning - Zoning MEMORANDUM T0: Ocean City Planning Board From: Roger D. McLamon, PE, PP, CME, Planning Board Engineer Date: December 2, 2014 Re: Select Properties, Inc 1101 Ocean Avenue Block 1101, Lot 3 City of Ocean City, Cape May County, NJ Zone: HZ- Hospitality (redevelopment) Application #2 PGDP14-04O Redevelopment Plan I. Background: The applicant is seeking support to amend the existing redevelopment plan for the former Flanders Dorrnitories and Parking lot. The proposed changes are outlined within the plannefs report and essentially remove the hotel requirement and requests that a resort condominium be allowed. The applicant is required to maintain the deed restricted parking space requirements for the Flanders hotel across Tenth Street, which requires a parking garage in order to develop the site plus allow for required parking. Applicant proposes 92 total units requiring 340 parking spaces. II. Documeufs Reviewed 0 Development Application 0 Redevelopment Plan dated June 2005 o Architectural package prepared by Minno e Wasko Architects and Planners dated November l, 2013 o Planners Report Dated November 17, 2014 o Correspondence from Nicholas Talvacchja, Esq. dated October 23, 2014 115 12"' Street, OCEAN CITY, NJ 08226 PH: 609-399-6111 FAX: 609-525-0831 Printed an Recycled Paper
  22. 22. Application No. PGDP14-040 December 2, 2014 Page 2 of 4 III. Additional Comments 0 The redevelopment amendment is at the core of this hearing and is outlinod by the planner in his report. 0 The proposal has an impact of storm water management and the City would like to see some drainage improvements as part of this application, if recommended for approval for Council to adopt is achieved 0 Included is an existing drainage plan. The intersection of Ocean Avenue and 11"' Street needs to be up yaded to meet current drainage requirements and a storm sewer is needed to from Ocean Avenue to the Boardwalk as the City intends on upgrading the outfall at some future date. IV. Recommendations If the Board recommends that Council approves the amended redevelopment plan, Site plan approvals would be required. CAFRA pennits will be needed if approved The above comments shall be taken into consideration for approvals. Roger D. McLamon, PE, PP, CME, CPWM, CFM Planning Board Engineer Director, Community Operations City Engineer RDM/ rdm CC: Jaime Fine, Board Secretary, via e-mail Gary Grifñth, Board Solicitor, via e-mail Randall Scheule, PP, AICP, Board Planner, via e-mail Nicholas Talvacchia, Esq. , via e-mail Joseph Adamson, PP, AICP, LLA. viu-e-mail Nzfugineeringtplanning boaId20l4PGDP|4-040 Select Properties Inc Bl 1101 lot 31202l4 rdmjfselect properties bl 1101 lot 3.doc 115 12"' Street, OCEAN CITY, NJ 08226 PH: 609-399-6111 FAX: 609-525-0831 Printed on ReL-_ycled Paper
  23. 23. Application No. PGDP14-040 December 2, 2014 Page 3 of 4 Aerial view 115 12* Street, OCEAN cm, NJ 08226 PH: 609-399-6111 FAX: 609-525-0831 Prlnled on RecyL-Ied Paper
  24. 24. Application No. PGDPl4-040 December 2, 2014 Page 4 of 4 EXISTING DRAINAGE PLAN - -. -__. .;. ... G981 §. SVNIVI E ggg] i [KEY 6h? y gym-g cwvi ' t. 1 , r I' , - 5 1: a-o 'ICF 1 ' 115 12"* Sireet, OCEAN CITY, NJ 08226 PH: 609-399-6111 FAX: 509525-0331 Prinled an Rccyclød Paper
  25. 25. ' SCHEULB . Å1"$PL. P§"'; ›* 2951713 C21? PLANNlNG SOLUTIONS, LLC Redczselgpyierrf i MEMORANDUM To: Planning Board City of Ocean City From: Randall Scheule, PP/ AICP Planning Board Planner Date: November 17, 2014 Re: City of Ocean City Redevelopment Area Plan - Blocks 1001 and 1101 Introduction. An amendment to the above Redevelopment Plan has been submitted to the Planning Board by Select Properties, Inc. This application requests modification to the "City of Ocean City Redevelopment Area Plan Blocks 1001 år 1101" adopted June 2005, and consists of the following materials: > Correspondence to Iaime Comell-Fine from Nicholas Talvacchia, October 23, 2014 'P City of Ocean City Development Application (with attachments), October23, 2014 'P Report titled "Highest and Best Use Analysis Full Service Hotel Development" by Integra Realty Resources, October 2014 > Architectural plans titled "The Soleil" by Mirmo Wasko, November 1, 2013; and Height Comparison November 25, 2013 (last revised October 17, 2014) > Amended Redevelopment Area Plan Redevelopment Plan - The adopted "Redevelopment Plan for Blocks 1001 and 1101" was prepared by Karabashian Eddington Planning Group and is dated June 2005. 'This document addresses the statutory criteria for a redevelopment plan, and includes zoning and design regulations applicable to two separate parcels - Parcel A and Parcel B. Parcel A consists of Block 1101, Lots 1-3. Parce1B consists of Block 1001, Lot 10. The plan amendment proposed by Select Properties pertains to Parcel A. 33 Buckingham Drive Egg Harbor Township, N 08234 - 6013652642
  26. 26. Select Properties, Inc. The Soleil Resort ln order to realize the public policy goals and land use objectives identified in the Plan, a S-story Resort Hotel was identified as the preferred development on Block 1101, Lots 1-3. In addition to accommodations for guests, the hotel includes conference, retail and restaurant amenities on the first floor. The Redevelopment Plan Iimits hotel Suites on floors 2-5 to 1,100 square feet, and requires a full-time on-site management entity. The Redevelopment Plan permits a maximum 5 % deviation in building height, setbacks and parking. A multi-unit residential condonürxium is not a permitted use in the Redevelopment Area. Consistent with the Redevelopment Plan, the Planning Board granted preliminary and final site plan approvals to the Trier Group, LLC and Beach Properties, LLC to construct the Soleil Resort Hotel on Parcel A on February 7, 2007. Redevelopment Plan objective - Article V of the Redevelopment Plan contains the following objectives: 1. T0 accommodate conditions of title ? vhiclz inhibit development of strategic parcels within the RedevelopmentArea. 2. T0 modify land use regulations zohich impair sound land use principles as they relate to the development of resort hotel and ho tel concepts. 3. To enable strategically located properties to be developed consistent with economic development trends generated by the market and controlled by appropriate land use regulations. 4. To provide incentives to promote rational growth consistent with good Civic design related to resort hotels. 5. To encourage the growth of hotel and land uses that : vill complement the recreation and tourist economy of the City. 6. T0 reverse the impedinzents to development by conditions of title using the Redevelopment Staiutes. 7. Conversion of the Flanders Hotel to a conforming use and structure. 8. To encourtzge and provide for additional public parking inside the Redevelopment Area to accommodate the need for additional public parking both inside and outside the Redevelopment Area, adjacent to the boardwalk. Proposed Amendment to Redevelopment Plan. Select Properties, Inc. proposes a 92-unit residential development with 388 parking Spaces on property identified as Parcel A in the Redevelopment Plan. The proposed structure consists of six stories and measures 74.25 feet to the roofline above Ocean | ._ _ -. __- . z, _, - n_ j r -. __1un5«_ç 7 PAGE 2.
  27. 27. Select Properties, lnc. The Soleil Resort Avenue. Residential units consist of four bedrooms and approximately 1,580 square feet. Amenities include a deli / restaurant and sales/ rental office on the first floor, and fitness room and pool on the fifth floor. Select Properties, Inc. contends that the proposed Soleil Resort "will provide both owners and short-term guests with an experience similar to those offered by first class hotels. " The application includes a financial analysis that concludes "there is no financial viability for a hotel" at the subject location. The Executive Summary appended to the application indicates that efforts to develop the site as a hotel have not succeeded, and that "revenue projecüons could not support a hotel. " Applicant contends that development of the site as a residential cond ominium is consistent with recent trends in the hospitality industry for "larger, more spacious accommodations better suited to families. " Select Properties' plan amendment will result in a development with the following Characteristics: I A 6-story residential condominium with restaurant/ deli and lobby/ sales / rental office I 92 Ali-bedroom residential units, each approximately 1,580 square feet - 388 parking spaces, including 152 for the Flanders Hotel - Main roof elevation at 83.3' (74.2' above the street centerline elevation) - First floor proposed at elevaüon 12.3' - Architectural features and building design similar to the development envisioned in the Redevelopment Plan and as approved via site plan in 2007. Specific amendments to the Redevelopment Plan are identified in a Z-page attachment to the Development Application, andare incorporated into a revised Redevelopment Area Plan. The primary emphasis of these amendmenis is to recognize "multi dwelling residential units" as a permitted use in the Redevelopment Area, and to adjust the Bulk Regulations in Exhibit C to accommodate the structure illustrated in the above noted architectural plans. Applicanfs proposed modifications to the Redevelopment Plan are summarized as follows: y : .4.-= -.L-: :_-r '_r-. _ -: __, = . ag_ _-› nå. , . t_»4., ;c i V1. , .› g a. PAGE 3
  28. 28. Select Properties, Inc. The Soleil Resort i Use change from resort hotel (including restaurant, retail, conference facilities, and hospitality services) to residential condominium with rental/ sales office and corner restaurant/ deli I Increase in maximum permitted resid ential unit size from 1,100 SF to 1,580 SF - Increase in maximum permitted height above street centerline from 59' (61.8' approved via site plan) to 74.2' I Increase number of stories from 5 to 6 I Reduction of building setback adjacent to 11th Street and reduced attenuation of 11m Street building façade U Number of hotel units reduced below the 100-unit minimum to 92 units Summary. The adopted Redevelopment Plan envisions a first class year-round resort hotel at the corner of 11"* and Ocean that will complement the Flanders Hotel, support Boardwalk business and stimulate tourism. The resort hotel is to be a destination that capitalizes on this unique location with architecture, amenities and a streetscape carefully designed to reinforce the historic architecture of the Flanders Hotel. The resort hotel envisionecl by the Redevelopment Plan includes restaurants, banquet/ conference center, recreational and retail facilities. It was anticipated that construction of the Soleil Resort Hotel approved in 2007 would fulfill the primary goals of the Redevelopment Plan. For various reasons, construction of the approved resort hotel has not occurred. Select Properties, Inc/ s proposal for a 92-unit residential condominium not permitted by the Redevelopment Plan. Other deviations from the Redevelopment Plan proposed by Select Properties include number of stories, building height, and building setbacks. Select Properties contends that an amendment to the Redevelopment Plan is necessary because a hotel (which is the only use permitted on Parcel A) is not financially feasible. Attractive civic design, public amenities and other infrastructure in the form of an enhanced streetscape (including the street end at 11W Street at the Boardwalk) are important features of the Redevelopment Plan. The proposed plan amendment does not specifically address these features. lt is therefore unclear how the Select Properties proposal compares to the design elements in the Redevelopment Plan. The proposed plan amendment is silent with respect to applicant's intentions regarding the Redevelopment Agreement and Financial Agreement that were executed in 2006. The Redevelopment Agreement contains operational standards for the proposed resort _niø-- : r ____, __? Jana: ) ›_ -r . .__«_. _e. _._.4. ; r - . _21 , PAGE i
  29. 29. Select Properties, Inc. The Soleil Resort hoteL and the financial agreement specifies long-term tax exemption in the form of a PlLOT. The applicant should indicate how their proposal correlateswith these agreements. The following table indicates how the proposed plan amendment corresponds to the Redevelopment Plan Objectlves. Redevelopment Plan Objectives Comment 1. To accommodate conditions of title zohich inhibii development of strategic parcels within the Redevelopment Area. Select? proposal accommodates 152 parking spaces for the Flanders Hotel .1 _J 2. To nzodzfy land use regulations Iohich impair sound land use principles as they relate to the development of resort hotel and hotel concepts. , Trpproval of the proposed plan amendment is necessary to permit Select to construct a multi-unit residential development developed consistent roith economic development trends generated by the market and controlled by appropriate land use regulations. 3. To enabk stra tegieally located properties to be *Select contends that a hotel is not financially feasible; the financial feasibility been provided 4. To provide incentives to promote national growth consistent zuith good civic design related to resort hotels. of a multi-unit residential project has not Select contends that the project will "feature attractive streetscaping and sidewalks, architectural pavers, and dynamic landscape lighting. " that : vill conzplezvzeitt the recreafion and tourist economy of the City. 5. To encourage the growth of hotel and land uses Select proposes a multi-family TI development which may complement the Citys recreation and tourist economy '-6 T0 reverse the inzpedinzeøzts to development by _' conditions of title using the Redevelopment Statutes. 4 This objective is satisfied 7. Conversion of the Flanders Hotel to a confornzing use and structure. N / A - separate Parcel l-8. To encourage and provide jbr additional public parking inside the Redevelopment Area to accommodnte the need for additional public parking both inside and outside the Redevelopment Area, adjacent to the boardwnlk. _J_ Select proposes 388 total parking spaces including 52 spaces for the public
  30. 30. ORDINANCE NO. 15-05 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #87-17 OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY, NEW JERSEY (Police Ordinance 2015(2)) BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Ocean City, County of Cape May, State of New Jersey, as follows: SECTION 1. Chapter II, “Administration”, Part I, “Adoption of Administrative Code”, Article 4, “Administrative Branch”, Section 2-1.23(a), “Department of Administration”, Sub-section 2, “Powers and Duties. The Administrator” is hereby amended to add the following: (g) Serve as the Appropriate Authority consistent with NJ SA 4OA:14-l18. Srscrron 2. Chapter IV, “Police Department and Fire Department? Part I, “Police Department”, Section 6-2, “Director of the Department”, Sub-section 6-2.1 “General Powers and Duties” is hereby amended to read as follows: The Director of the Department, in addition to other powers and duties conferred upon him by law, shall also possess the following powers and duties with relation to the Police Department. a. I-le shall exercise authority and control over all Police headquarters, stations, property, paraphemalia, equipment and apparatus now or hereafter owned by the City and used or to be used for the protection of life, health and property, and for enforcing the laws of the State of New Jersey and the ordinances of the City. b. He shall recommend to the City Council the appointment of such Officers and men, and such other employees as he deems necessary or expedient to efficiently govem, maintain and operate the Police Department. c. He shall, from time to time, draft and recommend to the Business Administrator those rules and regulations not inconsistent with the laws of the State of New Jersey or the ordinances of the City for the govemment, control and regulation of the Police Department, as may be necessary to make the Department efficient and useful. These rules may prescribe the duties of the Chief of Police and all other members of the Department, and may provide such penalties or forfeitures as may be necessary or expedient. These rules, ;xml <. Itll,1'r-. l?i1t*1|' tlnztulfulnn lt hur h-_zjn uppru tic-Tik) Hu: Bi. : nu" -. »Mt ram-Hill: s”, shall be . . . .. . . _ binding upon all ofñcers and members of the Department. SECTION 3. Chapter IV, “Police Department and Fire Department? Part I, “Police Department”, Section 6-4, “Police Chief”, Sub-section 6-4.1 “Powers and Duties” is hereby amended to read as follows: The Chief of Police shall be the head of the police force and that he shall be directly responsible to the appropriate authority for the efficiency and routine day to day operations thercof, and that he shall. pursuant to policies established by the appropriate authority: a. Administer and enforce rules and regulations and special emergency directives for the disposition and discipline of the force and its oftieers and personnel; b. Have, exercise, and discharge the ñmctions. powers and duties of the force; c. Prescribe the duties and assignments of all subordinates and other personnel; d. Delegate such of his authority as he may deem necessary for the efficient operation of the force to be excrcised under his direction and supervision; and
  31. 31. e. Report at least monthly to the appropriate authority in such fonn as shall be prcscribed by such authority on the operation of the force during the preceding month, and make such other reports as may be requested by such authority. It shall be the duty of the Chief of Police to command and properly regulate the affairs of the Police Department, subordinate to and under the supervision of the Director of the Department. All other members and employees of the Police Department shall be subordinate to and under the command of the Chief of Police. The Chief of Police shall have command of the activities of the other members of the Police Department. He shall efñciently command the members of the Police Department and preserve the records of the Department. He shall have power to assign the members of the Department to any duties for the protection of life, health and public safety and to enforce the laws of the State of New Jersey, ordinances of the City and the rules of the Police Department. Subject to the ultimate control of the Director of the Department, the Chief of Police shall have authority to detail such ofñcers and men to duty in connection with the Department as he shall deem for the best interests of the Department, and he shall perform such other duties as shall devolve upon him by the laws of the State and ordinances of the City; he shall have sole and entire command over all members, apparatus and appurtenances of the Department. In the absence or disability of the Chief, the Director of the Department shall designate one of the captains to assume command and perfonn the duties of the Chief. ln the absence or disability of any superior officer other than the Chief, the Chief shall have full power and authority to designate in a temporary and acting capacity such person as he shall consider proper to perform the duties of the superior rank. SECTION 4. All ordinances or portions thereof inconsistent with this Ordinance are repealed to the extent of such inconsistency. SECTION 5. If any portion of this Ordinance is declared to be invalid by a Court of competent jurisdiction, it shall not affect the remaining portions of the Ordinance which shall remain in full force and effect. SECTION 6. This Ordinance shall take effect in the time and manner prescribed by law. Jay A. Gillian, Mayor Anthony P. Wilson, Council President The above Ordinance was passed by the Council of Ocean City, New Jersey, at a meeting of said Council held on 12th day of February, 2015, and will be taken up for a second reading and final passage at a meeting of said Council held on 26th day of February, 2015 in Council Chambers, City Hall, Ocean City, New Jersey at 7:00 o'cl0ck in the evening. Linda P. Maclntyre, City Clerk
  32. 32. *CITY OF TOCÄEANJ CllTY AMERICAS GREATEST FAMILY RESORT POLICE DEPARTMENT j. .. . - _ -$» : *%- 7? . Logz . ñzjtzjzáx Date: January 30, 2015 To: Dorothy McCr0sson. City Solicitor From: Captain J. Prettyman Subject: Change of City Ordinance In 2006, the Ocean City Police Department was one of the ñrst department's in the state to earn accreditation by the Commission for Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), through an alliance program with the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP). We have maintained "Accredited" status since that initial assessment. Part of maintaining our "Accredited" status is successfully completing a re-accreditation assessment every three years. The assessments are extremely detailed and Iabor intensive. We completed these assessments in 2009 and 2012. We are currently preparing for our 2015 re-accreditation assessment which will take place this spring. ln preparing for this upcoming assessment, we retained the assistance of The Rogers Group. The Rogers Group is a highly reputable consulting firm who specializes in Police Organization, Management, Leadership, and Supervision. The Rogers Group's function is to assist us in performing a self-analysis of our department's organization and management, and to help us show proof of compliance for over 100 standards. The retention of The Rogers Group has ensured that we are performing the most intensive and detailed analysis of our current written directive system to date. This includes reviewing and updating Standard Operating Procedures, Rules and Regulations, City Ordinances, and City/ department operations as they pertain to the police department. We are currently well undenivay and expect to be well prepared for our assessment this spring. During this process, a weakness was noted within our current City Ordinances that did not clearly delineate the line of authority speclfically, the designation of the "Appropriate Authority” and their duties. The recommended change to the City Ordinance will clearly identify the "Appropriate Authority” as the City Business Administrator. This change to the City Ordinance will also allow the Police Departments Rules and Regulations to be promulgated by the Appropriate Authority, making them easier to be adjusted or changed in the future to meet current or future trends, problems, or needs. 835 CENTRAL AVENUE. OCEAN CITY, NJ 0822643642 Telephone: ((509) 5259100 Fax: (609)399.1910 wwiw. oc. nj. us
  33. 33. ORDINANCE NO. 15-06 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING ORDINANCE #87-I7, CHAPTER II “ADMINISTRATIONZ SECTION 2-1.19 OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY, NEW JERSEY (Mayor's Appointment of Tax Collector, With CounciPs Advice and Consent) BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Ocean City, County of Cape May, State of New Jersey, as follows: Section l. Article 3. “Executive Branch”, of the Revised General Ordinances of the City of Ocean City shall be supplemented as follows: 2-1.20 Administrative Branch Generally. 2-l. l9 Powers and Duties. The Mayor shall be the chief executive of the City and shall: a. Enforce the Charter and ordinances of the municipality and all general laws applicable thereto; b. Report annually to the Council and to the public on the state of the municipality, and the work of the previous year; he shall also recommend to the Council whatever action or programs he deems necessary for the improvement of the municipality and the welfare of its residents. He may from time to time recommend any action or programs he deems necessary or desirable for the municipality to undertake; c. supervise, direct and control all depaitments of the municipal government and shall require each department to make annual and such other reports of its work as he may deem desirable; d. Require such reports and examine such accounts, records and operations of any board, Commission or other agency of municipal government, as he deems necessary; e. Prepare and submit to the Council for its consideration and adoption an annual Operating budget and a capital budget, establish the schedules and procedures to be followed by all municipal departments, ofñces and agencies in connection therewith, and supervise and administer all phases of the budgetary process; f. Supervise the care and custody of all municipal property, institutions and agencies, and make recommendations concerning the nature and location of municipal improvements and execute improvements determined by the Governing Body; g. Sign all contracts, bonds or other instruments requiring the consent of the municipality; h. Review, analyze and forecast trends of municipal services and finances and programs of all boards, commissions, agencies and other municipal bodies, and report and recommend thereon to the Council; i. Supervise the development, installation and maintenance of centralized budgeting, personnel and purchasing procedures as may be authorized by ordinance; j. Negotiate contracts for the municipality subject to Council approval; k. Assure that all terms and conditions imposed in favor of the municipality or its inhabitants in any statute, franchise or other contract are faithfully kept and performed; l. Serve as an ex ofñcio nonvoting member of all appointive bodies in municipal government of which he is not an ofñcial voting member.
  34. 34. Further the Mayor may: l. Attend all meetings and conferences of Council and take part in discussions without vote. 2. Cast the deciding vote in case of a tie on the question of ñlling a vacancy in the Council. m. Appoint a Municipal Attorney with advice and consent of Council. The Municipal Attorney shall be an attorney in good standing in the State of New Jersey and shall be appointed to serve for a term of one (l) year, or until his successor is appointed and qualiñed, and shall be paid in accordance with the annual salary ordinance. 21. ln . li'. ”il'LllIllk'L' with k. ) . .. -8llx: *l›|4l. :ippninl lliu 'lax (bilrutor with lhc 1l(llCL. ' . mil trnnstrni isfifiiiincil Section 2. If any portion of this ordinance is declared to be invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, it shall not affect the remaining portions of the ordinance which shall remain in full force and effect. Section 3. A11 Ordinances or portions thereof inconsistent with this ordinance are repealed to the extent of such inconsistency. Section 4. This Ordinance shall take effect in the time and manner prescribed by law. Jay Gillian, Mayor Anthony P. Wilson, Council President The above Ordinance was passed by the Council of Ocean City, New Jersey, at a meeting of said Council held on the 12"' day of February, 2015, and will taken up for a second reading and final passage at a meeting of said Council held on the 26th day of February, 2015 in Council Chambers, City Hall, Ocean City, New Jersey, at 7:00 o°clock in the evening. Linda P. Maclntyre, City Clerk
  35. 35. ClTY OF OCEAN ClTY AMERICNS GREATEST FAMlLY RESORT DEPARTMEN T OF LAW Memo DATE: February 6, 2015 T0: City Council FROM: Dorothy F. McCrosson, Esquire RE: Ordinance Authorizing Mayor°s Appointment Of Tax Collector, With The Advice And Consent Of Council Ocean City”s longtime Tax Collector has retired, and the Administration is preparing to till his vacant position with a new Certified Tax Collector. It has come to the attention of the Administration that the City°s Administrative Code does not comport with the statutory requirement to include a provision regarding the appointment of a Tax Collector. The attached ordinance would authorize the Mayor to appoint a Tax Collector, subject to the advice and consent of City Council. After passage of the attached ordinance on second reading, and publication thereof, the Administration will bring forward a Resolution asking for CounciPs consent to the appointment of a Tax Collector to fill the existing vacancy. 861 ASBURY AVENUE, OCEAN ClTY, NJ 08226 Telephone: (609) 399241 1 Fax. (609) 398-7838 dmccrosson@ocnj. us
  36. 36. CITY OF OCEAN CITY CAPE MAY COUNTY. NEW JERSEY RESOLUTION #1 TO AUTHORIZE THE ADVERTISEMENT OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR CITY CONTRACT #15-0l, FIREWORK SHOWS FOR THE CALENDAR YEARS 2015-2016 FOR THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY AND THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY COOPERATIVE PRICING SYSTEM MEMBERS BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey that it authorizes the advertisement of speciñcations for City Contract #l5-0l, Firework Shows for the Calendar Years 2015- 2016 for the City of Ocean City and the City of Ocean City Cooperative Pricing System Members. Anthony P. Wilson Council President Note: Legal advertisement will be placed in the Ocean City Sentinel on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 with the bid proposal opening scheduled on Thursday, March 19, 2015 and an anticipated date of award on Thursday, March 26, 2015. Files: RAU I5-0l _ Firework Showsdoc Hffercdh) _, , Sccmulcdhy Tha. - : ihuvc resolution xv-. as duly zidoptcd hy IlIL' City Council ivflhc Ci! ) nlUccuxi (in: New . lcrscyu ul n meeting ut' suitlüvuncildul) hcldnnlhc . . dm oli . . . . . . . .. / 4L ÅYIÖ NAY NHSFNT ÅRS! UNI D Ulcgvrxm IM-Vlucgci (yimimw . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . , . . , . . , . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . Hun/ ull -* " V_ . “cflcllan ( "5 l' krk Hmlden 'Ilnl1 la 'J
  37. 37. (TITY OF OCEAN CITY CAPE MAY COUNTY. NEW JERSEY 2 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE AWARD OF A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT BETWEEN THE CITY OF OCEAN CITY & RUDERMAN & GLICKMAN, P. C. FOR LABOR COUNSEL SERVICES FOR THE CALENDAR YEMX 2015 WHEREAS, the City of Ocean City requires professional legal services to act as a labor negotiator for the City of Ocean City for the 2015 calendar year; and WHEREAS, it has been determined to be in the best interests of the City of Ocean City to have Ruderman & Glickman, P. C. continue to provide labor counsel services for the City of Ocean; and WHEREAS, Ruderman & Glickman, P. C. has been performing these duties and is determined to have the necessary expertise continue to perform said services; and WHEREAS, Joseph S. Clark, QPA, City Purchasing Manager has determined and certified in writing that the value of the contract will exceed $l7,500.00; and WHEREAS, a contract for Professional Services with Ruderman & Glickman. P. C. may be entered into without competitive bidding pursuant to N. J.S. A. 4OA: l 1-5(l)(a)(i) & N. J.S. A. l9:44A-20,5; and “WHEREAS, Ruderman & Gliclonan, P. C. has agreed to serve as labor counsel for the City of Ocean for the calendar year 2015; and WHEREAS, Rudennan & Glickman, P. C. has completed and submitted a Business Entity Disclosure Certification which certifies that Ruderman & Glickman, P. C. has not made any contribution to a political or candidate committee for an elected office in the City of Ocean City, NJ in the previous one (l) year period, and that the Contract will prohibit Rudennan & Glickman, P. C. from making any contributions through the term of the Contract; and WHEREAS, the City of Ocean City is desirous of entering into a Professional Services Contract with Rudennan & Glickman, P. C., 675 Morris Avenue, Springfield, NJ 07081 to serve as labor counsel for the City of Ocean for the calendar year; and WHEREAS, the vendor has been advised that this award does not guarantee that all of the services listed will be required during the contract period and are subject to the actual need as established by the City of Ocean City. As services are required, the City Purchasing Manager shall issue purchase orders for those services. No services shall be performed for the City without first obtainin g a purchase order for said services; and WHEREAS, Dorothy F. McCrosson, Esq. , Director of Law; James V. Mallon; Business Administrator; Darleen H. Korup, Purchasing Assistant and Joseph S. Clark, QPA, City Purchasing Manager have reviewed the terms and conditions of the Contract and recommend the award of a professional service contract to Ruderman & Glickman, P. C., 675 Morris Avenue, Springfield, NJ 07081 for Labor Counsel Services for the City of Ocean City, NJ for the calendar year 2015; and WHEREAS, this Contract is awarded through an alternative non-advertised method of award process, pursuant to N. J.S. A. l9:44A-20.4 et seg; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey that it does hereby appoint Ruderman & Glickman, P. C., 675 Morris Avenue-Suite 100, Springfield, NJ 07081 as the City's Labor Counsel for labor negotiations as follows: Item Description 2015 Year Rates 1. Service fees shall be charged & paid as invoiced for the year 2015 as stated . ... .. $ 185.00 per hour 2. The term of the Contract shall be for a period of one (1) year, commencing on January l, 2015 and continuing through December 31, 2015. 3. A copy of Business Entity Certification, Deterrnination of Value and the Business Registration Certification (BRC) has been submitted and shall be placed on file in the City's Purchasing Division Office. 4. A copy of this Resolution and Contract shall be available for inspection in the Ocean City Clerk's Office and shall be published on one (l) occasion in the Ocean City Sentinel.
  38. 38. CITY OF OCEAN CITY CAPE MAY COUNTY. NEW JERSEY RESOLUTION BE IT F URTHER RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ocean City that the Mayor and the City Purchasing Manager are hereby authorized to enter into a formal contract agreement with Ruderman & Glickman, P. C., 675 Morris Avenue-Suite 100, Springfield, NJ 07081 for professional services as the City's Special Legal Counsel as listed in accordance with this resolution and contract. The Director of Financial Management certifies that funds are contingent upon adoption of the 2015 Local Municipal Budget and shall be charged to the appropriate accounts as Purchase Orders are issued. CERTIFICATION OF FUNDS Frank Donato, III, CMFO Anthony P. Wilson Director of Financial Management Council President Files: RPS 2015 Ruderman & Glickmarrdoc Offert-d b) . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . , , . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Sccondcd h_ . . . . . .. lihc above resolution nuts duly adopted by [lie City Council ofilic City oftlcczm City. New' . lciscyx at a meeting nl' said Council duly lteld on the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (la) ol . . . . . . . . . , . . . , . . . . , . . . . . , . , .. 20 NAMF ÅYE . - NBSFNT NUSI AINLD Ållcgrctlir ücYlicgcr W (Juwbm _ . . , . . , . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . , , . . . . , . . . . . . . . , . . . , llamell _ (Siiv Clerk k'( lellnu Nhldllfil
  39. 39. CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES THIS CONTRACT AND AGREEMENT, made and entered into this i day of 2015, by and between CITY OF OCEAN CITY (hereinafter the "City”), a municipality of the State of New Jersey, located at 861 Asbury Avenue, Ocean City, N] 08226; and the Law Offices of RUDERMAN S: GLICKMAN, P. C. (hereafter the “Firm"), with its principal offices located : rt 675 Morris Avenue, Suite 100, Springfield, N] 07081. IN EXCHANGE FOR THE MUTUAL PROMISES as hereafter set forth, i: is agreed as follows: l. The City retains the Firm as Labor Relations Counsel for the period from lanuary l, 2015 through December 31, 2015. 2. The Firm will, as requested by the City, supervise and coordinare the management of labor relations of the City, including but not limited to administrative proceedings, arbitration and litigation. 3. For the services rendered, the Firm will be compensated at an hourly rate, as follows: a. Mark S. Ruderman, Esq. : One Hundred Eighty ($l85.00) per hour, in addition to reasonable ounof-pocket expenses, which hourly rate shall be annually adjusted on written notice to the Township in accordance with the Schedule of rates established by the Firm for its governmental/ management clienrs. RUDERIVIAN B LICKIVIÅN E75 MDRRIS AVE SUITE 10D SPHINGFIELD, NJ 07081 973467-511 1 iparticipation in collective bargaining negotiátions, grievancesp
  40. 40. HUDEHMAN : S GLIDKNIAN S75 MDRRIS AVE. UlfE 'IDO S NBHELD. NJ 07051 973-415751 'l 'I IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have hereunto set their hands and scals the day and year first written above. CITY OF OCEAN CITY By: RU RMAN GLI må T S. RUDERMAN, ESQ. Attorney at Law of the State of New Jersey AN, P. C. Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of:
  41. 41. CITY OF OCEAN CITY CAPE MAY COUNTY, NEW JERSEY RESOLUTION i, AUTHORIZING A PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT BETWEEN THE CITY or OCEAN CITY & CZAR ENGINEERING, LLC FOR STRUCTURAL BOARDWALK STUDY & COST ANALYSIS FROM THE OCEAN CITY MUSIC PIER T0 8"' STREET WHEREAS, the City of Ocean City requires certain professional structural engineering services for the Ocean City boardwalk and Music Pier; and WHEREAS, it is determined to be in the best interests of the City of Ocean City to have said structural engineering services performed; and WHEREAS, Czar Engineering, LLC has the required expertise and performed these services for the City of Ocean City in the past; and WHEREAS, Joseph S. Clark, QPA, City Purchasing Manager has determined and certified in writing that the value ofthe contiacts issued in the calendar year 2015 with said finn will exceed $17,500.00; and WHEREAS, Roger D. McLarnon, PE. , RP. , C. M.E. , C. F.M. , C. P.W. M., Director of Community Operations; Arthur Chew, PE. , Assistant City Engineer; Dorothy F. McCrosson, Esq. , City Solicitor; Darleen H. Komp, Purchasing Assistant and Joseph S. Clark, QPA, City Purchasing Manager have reviewed the proposal and recommended that Czar Engineering, LLC, 5014 Feniwood Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 be awarded an altemative-non-advertised professional service contract for the structural study of the boardwalk & cost analysis from the Ocean City Music Pier to 8"' Street; and WHEREAS, this contract is awarded through an alternative Iron-advertised process, pursuant to N. J.S. A. 19:44A- 20.4 ct seg; and WHEREAS, Czar Engineering, LLC has completed and submitted a Business Entity Disclosure Certification which certiñes that Czar Engineering, LLC has not made any contributions to a political or candidate committee for an elected office in the City of Ocean City, New Jersey in the previous one (l) year period, and that the contract will prohibit Czar Engineering, LLC from making any contributions through the term of the contract; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey that it does hereby award a professional sen/ ice contract to Czar Engineering, LLC, 5014 Fernwood Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 for professional structural engineer services as follows: i Descrigtion UAH Amount l. Boardwalk Study & Cost Analysis from the Ocean City Music Pier to 8"' Street Lump Sum $ 5,000.00 Hourly Rate Schedule l. Expert Witness Testimony Per Hour $ 300.00 2. Principal Officer Per Hour S 2 l 0.00 3. Project Manager Per Hour $ 185.00 4. Senior Engineer Per Hour $ 170,00 5. Engineer Per Hour $ 145.00 6. Engineer Associate Per Hour S 125.00 7. Construction Coordinator Per Hour $ 145.00 8. Designer Coordinator Per Hour $ 125.00 9. Senior Designer/ Architectural Designer Per Hour $ 100.00 10. CAD Operator Per Hour $ 85.00 1 1. Clerical/ Secretarial Per Hour $ 55.00 Geotechnical Testing: Mobilization & Drilling Lump Sum $ 300.00 Perform soil borings to required depths Per Foot $ 30.00 Reimbursable Expenses Sub Consultants Cost X 1.25 Expenses passed Thru Cost X 1.10
  42. 42. CITY OF OCEAN CITY CAPE MAY COUNTY, NEW JERSEY RESOLUTION 2. Services during the contract period are subject to the actual needs as established by the City of Ocean City. As items are required, the City Purchasing Manager shall issue a purchase order for those items based on the availability of funds. No items shall be sent to the City without first obtaining a purchase order for said service. 3. A copy of the Pay-to-Play Certification & the Business Registration Certificate (BRC) for Czar Engineering, LLC has been submitted and shall be placed on file in the City's Purchasing Division Office. 4. A copy of this Resolution and Contract shall be available for inspection in the Ocean City Clerk's Office and shall be published on one ( l) occasion in the Ocean City Sentinel. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ocean City that the Mayor and the City Purchasing Manager are hereby authorized to enter into a fomial contract agreement with Czar Engineering, LLC, 5014 Fernwood Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 for professional structural engineering services for a Boardwalk study & cost analysis form the Ocean City Music Pier to 23m Street as listed and in accordance with this resolution and submitted proposal forms, The Director of Financial Management certifies that funds are contingent upon the adoption of the 2015 Local Municipal Budget and will be charged to the appropriate Operating/ Capital Accounts as the 2015 purchase orders are issued, CERTIFICATION OF FUNDS Frank Donato, Ill, CMFO Anthony P. Wilson Director of Financial Management Council President Files: RPS 201 5›Czar Engineering LLC-Boardwalk Study 8.: Cost Analysis OCMP to 8"' SLdoc UFR-red hy . , . , . . . . . . . . , . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . , , , . , . . . . . .. Secondcd h) . , . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . , . , . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . , . . . . . . The : Ibuvc resolutiun was duly : Idnpted by the City Council ofthe (Kily ofUceaIn ('It_. New . Jersey ul ; i IIIcctIIig ot' said Liouncil du! ) licltl nn the . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . , , . . day ot' . . . . . , , . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , ,, JU mm ''I-. mn' ursiwi I; srAI›. t.I› -Uk-_gvdhi i* l)C Ile-gel (illlllnxui _ 7 i . . . , . , . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . , . Hanvrli , - , «lr('| clIziII T _ __ (' "y L 'el-k Wiudilctt Wllwn
  43. 43. | , i ' ii iir›^. f/</ i'$'$1ittrqii 'Eng| neer| ng, LLC. Lamoni H. (zur, P. E. Phone: (609) 653-9445 5014 Femwood Avenue . Fux: (609)653-20l5 Egg Harbor lowmhip, New Jersey 08234 mvwtzarengineeringxom January28, 2015 Roger D. McLamon, P. E. Ocean City Engineer Engineering Division City of Ocean City 115 12th Street Ocean City, NJ, 08226 RE: Boardwalk Study and Cost Analysis Ocean City Music Pier to Eighth Street Ocean City, New Jersey Dear Mr. McLamon: Following up on our discussion, I thank you for taking the time to discuss the need for boardwalk vehicle access. Iappreciate the opportunity to submit this fee proposal for structural engineering and look forward to our participation in this evaluation. As you know, the existing Boardwalk structure consists of the original concrete substructure with pine decking. I understand, you are considering replacing this section of Boardwalk and it must safely support fire trucks and / or other large vehicles. lof8
  44. 44. Client: City of Ocean City Project: Boardwalk Study and Cost Analysis Ocean City Music Pier to Eighth Street Ocean City, New Jersey Based on this program, we would provide the following structural engineering services: The Engineer shall review the program, budget, and other pertinent information supplied by the City and shall review laws, codes and regulations as they may apply to the project scope. The Engineer shall prepare a preliminary evaluation of the aforementioned project information, each in terms of the other, and will identify any potential conflicts and/ or additional services which may be required for the successful completion of the Work. Based on the project information as provided by the City, the Engineer will prepare and submit for City”s review preliminary project design solution altematives, illusnating the scale and relationship of the project components. Based on the City's comments and input, the Engineer shall prepare schematic design documents of the project solution. 'lhe Engineer will consider and incorporate environmentally-sensitzive solutions to project orientation, components, systems, and materials as may be practical without substantial impact to the project budget. At the completion of the Study phase, the Engineer will provide the City with the schematic design set and the Engineer°s budget for the cost of the Work. For this work, we would require lump surn fee of 55,000. Work will continue upon our receipt of a signed copy of this fee proposal. We will invoice monthly and/ or at the completion of the work and expect payment in full within thirty days. lf necessary, we will require all legal fees inom-red to collect unpaid accounts be paid for by the client, including letters, telephone calls, and litigation or any other expense incurred as a result of the collection process. A service charge of 2% per month (24% per annum) will also be charged on all past due accounts. F! ” This proposal is based on the attached contract provisions and these qualifiers: T0 minimize billable time, all communications will be channeled through one designated representative of the Client unless otherwise authorized. Client will provided access to areas of investigation for inspection. In the event that following commencement of the work, previously unforeseen conditions are exposed which necessitate additional services by this ñrm, we expect to receive, añer appropriate consultation with you, additional fees for such services based on our customary hourly rates. Czar Engineeringk work will be limited to work as described herein only. No other structure will be reviewed and we defer to the building contract documents for all other design information. If the Client, City, Contractor, or any other interested party are aware of deñciencies in the balance of the structure, it is incumbent upon them to notify Czar Engineering, in writing, and additional services would follow under separate contract. otherwise, Czar Engineering and / or Lamont H. Czar, P. E. cannot and will not accept liability for defrciencies in the balance of the structure. 2of8
  45. 45. Client: City of Ocean City Project: Boardwalk Study and Cost Analysis Ocean City Music Pier to Eighth Street Ocean City, New Jersey If you have any questions, please contact this ofñce. Very truly yours, Lamont H; Czar, P. E. Enclosures Accepted this L? dayof i/ - r ' r- g' , 2015 / 7 . , By: ' l. : l U 3of8
  46. 46. cm' or OCEAN Cm* CAPE MAY COUNTY. NEW JERSEY 1 RESOLUTION ACCEPTING SURPLUS ITEMS FROM THE UNITED STATES DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY DISPOSITION SERVICES WHEREAS, the Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services (DLA) is part of the United States Defense Logistics Agency (Formerly Known As the United States Department of Defense, Reutilization & Marketing Office) at the Letterkenny Anny Depot in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania has certain surplus items no longer need for use by the federal government; and WHEREAS, DLA Disposition Services disposes of military°s excess property through reutilization within the Department of Defense, transfer to other federal agencies or donation to state & local govemments; and WHEREAS, the City of Ocean City is in need of some of the items listed for reutilization from the “DLA”; and WHEREAS, it is the desire of the City of Ocean City to obtain said surplus items for use by various City Departrnents and the Office of Emergency Management; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ocean City, New Jersey that it does hereby accept the surplus items as noted in Schedule “A” from the DLA at Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg Pennsylvania for the sum of zero dollars ($0.00); and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City of Ocean City is responsible for all costs associated with removal, relocation and subsequent installation at the City. Anthony P. Wilson Council President Film: RES DLA Suiplus itemsdoc Uftt-rcdh) . . . . . . . . Secondcdh). The show rcsialtntnun was duly ; idoptctl by thc ('i| _v (fuuncil tstthc City office-six: (ny. Neu . lcrscyx ut n meeting nl' saidüvuviciltlul) hcldmtrhc. .. . . . . , . . . . ., du) nl' . . . . . . 20 NAUl' AH , NH NBSFNI UNI -IJI'D Hit-yxan. . l)›c›“lir-pcr Umm-w _ "' ' ^ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' “ ' ' "" stunt-ul - City Clerk Nici llflliin l. I. lLlt'7 V. Ilxuu
  47. 47. DEPARTMENT OF FIRE 8. RESCUE SERVICES CITY OF OCEAN CllTY AMERICNS GREATEST FAMILY RESORT To: City Council Members From: Chris Breunig, Fire Chief Date: February l, 2015 Re: Military Surplus Enclosed is a listing of the vehicles and other valuable items the city was able to acquire through the federal government. The federal government has put into place a reutilization and distribution program that allows other government agencies to receive excess surplus. The Ocean City Fire Department has led the way in obtaining military vehicles that have been placed in service for the city. The entire surplus donated to the city has been at no cost to the taxpayers. Through my office we continue to research and receive donated surplus. We have been able to replace expensive equipment lost in Super Storm Sandy in 2012. We have been able to assist the Public Works department with acquiring dump trucks and other vehicles that assist the city in daily operations and other necessary emergencies. These acquisitions have helped the city save hundreds of thousands of dollars on equipment, thus allowing these monies to be directed to other city projects. To date the city has received 21 vehicles and other miscellaneous items, tools and parts. The estimated value in savings to the city exceeds a million dollars. I have attached a couple of pictures showing our tleet of surplus vehicles. The Fire Department is always preparing and stands ready to respond for any emergency or storms that arise. By passing this resolution the city acknowledges receipt of these vehicles from the federal government. Respectfully, / .) , Å Christopher Breunig, Fire Chief Department of F ire and Rescue Services Enclosures 550 ASBURY AVENUE, OCEAN ClTY, NJ 08226 609 5735-9182 FAX: G09 3984447 wuwt' ortn I is.
  48. 48. (TH OI* OCEAN' ('l'l'' CAPE MAY COUNTY, NEW JERSEY E* RESOl. U'I'IOi*' AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER #1 TO CITY CONTRACT #]4-24, 2014 ROAD IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM - PHASE I WHEREAS, speciñcations were authorized for advertisement by Resolution No. 14-50-208 on September 25, 2014 for City Contract #1 4-24, 2014 Road Improvement Program - Phase I; and WHEREAS, the Notice to Bidders was advettisecl in the Ocean City Sentinel on Wednesday, October l, 2014, the Notice to Bidders was posted on the City of Ocean City°s website, 'AMMALUULS and the Invitation to Bid was distributed to eight (8) prospective bidder(s); and WHEREAS, bid proposals were opened for City Contract #l4-24, 2014 Road Improvement Program - Phase I on Thursday, October 30, 20l4 and six (6) bid proposals were received; and WHEREAS, Roger D. McLamon, P. E., P. P., C. M.E. , C. F.M. , C. P.W. M., Director of Community Operations; Arthur Chew, P. E., Assistant City Engineer; Dorothy F. McCrosson, Esq. , City Solicitor; Darleen H. Korup, Purchasing Assistant and Joseph S. Clark, QPA, City Purchasing Manager reviewed the six (6) bid proposals and speciftcations and recommended that the contract be awarded to South State, Inet, the lowest responsible bidder; and WHEREAS, the City Council of Ocean City, New Jersey awarded City Contract #l4-24, 2014 Road Improvement Program u Phase I on November 13, 2014 by Resolution #l4-50-249 to South State, Inc. , P0 Box 68, Bridgeton, NJ 08302 in the amount of $896,343.25; and WHEREAS, Roger D. McLarnon, P. E., P. P., C. M,E. , C. F.M. , C. P.W. M., Director of Community Operations; Arthur Chew, P. E., Assistant City Engineer; Michael Rossbach, Manger Specialist; Dorothy F. McCrosson, Esq. , City Solicitor; Darleen I-I. Korup, Purchasing Assistant and Joseph S. Clark, QPA, City Purchasing Manger have reviewed and certified Change Order #1 to City Contract #1 4-24, 2014 Road Improvement Program - Phase I is correct as follows: Change Order #1 Increases to Contract Item Description Quantig Unit Cost Total Cost Supplement-Extras S1 Additional for Changing from 4' to 5' Manhole 1 Unit $ l,000.00 $ l,000.00 S2 Cast Iron Manhole Casting Frame & Lid 2 Units $ 800.00 å l,600.00 Total Supplementals $ 2,600.00 Extras El l8” High Density Polyethylene Culvert Pipe 215 LF $ 200.00 $ 43,000.00 E2 Connect to Existing Storm Sewer 2 Units $ 500.00 $ l 000.00 Total Extras $ 44,000.00 Total Amount of Increases for Change Order #1 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . $ 46,600.00 Decrease to Contract [rip Description Quantig Unit Cost Total Cost RI 12” High Density Polyethylene Pipe Preforated 2 LF $ 105.00 ($ 210.00) R2 12" High Density Polyethylene Pipe 229.5 LF $ 75.00 ($ l7,212.50) R3 15" High Density Polyethylene Pipe 4.5 LF $ 150.00 ($ 675.00) R4 8” Ductile lron Culvert Pipe Class 52 100 LF $ 100.00 ($ l0,000.00) R5 12” Ductile lron Culvert Pipe Class 52 100 LF $ 100.00 ($ l0,000.00) Total Amount of Decreases for Change Order #1 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . ($ 38,097.50)
  49. 49. CITY OF OCEAN CITY CAPE MAY COUNTY. NEW JERSEY RESOLUTION Change Order #1 (Continned) Total Amount of Change Order #1 to City Contract 1414-24, 2014 Road Improvement Program - Phase I . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. $ 8,502.50 Total Amount of City Contract #l4-24, 2014 Road Improvement Program « Phase l Including Change Order #1 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . $ 904,845.75 WHEREAS, the new adjusted contract cost including Change Orders #1 is $904,845.75 which represents a net increase to the original contract of 0.95 (%) percent increase in the total for City Contract #14-24, 2014 Road Improvement Program - Phase I; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ocean City, NJ that it authorizes Change Orders #1 to City Contract #l4-24, 2014 Road Improvement Program - Phase I; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Director of Financial Management will process Change Order #1 to City Contract #14-24, 2014 Road Improvement Program - Phase I, PO# 14-02914 issued to South States, Inc. in the amount of $8,502.50. CERTIFICATION OF FUNDS Frank Donato, III, CMFO Anthony P. Wilson Director of Financial Management Council President Files: RESCOM 14-24 20l4 Road lmpr. Programdoc ()lTcrcdh§. ... ,. . .., . Sccundctlhy. . lhc above resolution WU: duly adopted h_ lltc (ily Council olithc ('il_ nfOccnn City. Ncu . lcrsc-y. ul a mccllng nl' suiil Liouncil dul_ hcldnn the , . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . du) nl' . . . . . . . . . , . , . . . . . .. .'10 Mt n! . '› mät-NI tlt. x I. N|l) IIL", .'I(| ls' IhVha-r; (nnmmrv HmI/ cll 'I( lulhnu “which tI-un
  50. 50. CITY OF OCEAN CITY AMERICNS GREATESI' FAMILY RESORT DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY OPERATIONS Code Enforcement ° Construction ° Engineering ° Environmental Management ° Facilities Management ° Planning Vehicle Maintenance ° Zoning Memo To: Joseph Clark, Purchasing Agent From: Michael Rossbach, Community Operations CC: Jim Mallon, Roger McLarnon, Frank Donato, Mike Dattiio Date: February 19, 2015 Re: 2014 Road Improvement Program Phase 1 In reference to contract #14-24, “2014 Road Improvement Program - Phase 1” please accept the request for Change Order 1. This change order represents the completion of the underground drainage of the project with quantity adjustments to reflect the construction plans and some additional items as directed by the City. The change order results in an increase in the current contract amount of $8,502.5O or .95%. If you have any questions or need more infonnation to support bidding this material, don°t hesitate to contact me. cc File 115 12"' Street, OCEAN CITY, NJ 08226 PH: 609-399-6111 FAX: 609-525-0831 Prinled im Recycled Paper'
  51. 51. CITY OF O(VE.4ÅJ CITY CAPE MAY COUNTY, NEW JERSEY Rrssoturiotx! AUTHORIZING CHANGE ORDER #2, FINAL ACCEPTANCE AND FINAL PAYMENT OF CITY CONTRACT #l2-48, 2013 BULKHEAD IMPROVEMENTS AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS WHEREAS, bids were authorized by Resolution No. 13-49-094 on January 10, 2013, for City Contract #12-48, 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locations; and WHEREAS, the Notice to Bidders was advertised in the Ocean City Sentinel on Wednesday, Febniary 13, 2013, the Notice to Bidders was posted on the City of Ocean City”s website, §_'_''. <›L“iij. tIs and the Invitation to Bid was distributed to five (5) prospective bidder(s); and WHEREAS, bid proposals were opened for City Contract #12-48, 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locations on Thursday, February 28, 2013 and two (2) bid proposals were received; and WHEREAS, Arthur Chew, PE, Municipal Engineer; Georgia Amold, Manager; Dorothy F. McCrosson, Esq. , City Solicitor; Darleen I-I. Korup, Purchasing Assistant and Joseph S. Clark, QPA, City Purchasing Manager reviewed the bid proposals and specitications and recommend that the contract be awarded to Walters Marine Construction, Inc. , the lowest responsible bidder; and WHEREAS, the City Council of Ocean City, New Jersey awarded City Contract #12-48, 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locations on March 14, 2013 by Resolution No. 13-49-169 to Walters Marine Construction, Inc. , 414 Woodbme-Oceanview Road, 0ceanView, NJ 08230 in the amount of $1,373,540.00; and WHEREAS, the City Council of Ocean City, New Jersey authorized Change Order #1 to City Contract #12-48, 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locations on August 8, 2013 by Resolution #13-49-285 in the amount of $109,490.00 for a total adjusted contract amount of $1 ,483,030.00; and WHEREAS, Roger D. McLamon, P. E., P. P., C. M.E. , C. F.M. , C. P.W. M., Director of Community Operation; Arthur Chew, P. E. Assistant City Engineer; Roger Rinck, Manager Specialist; Matthew von der Hayden, Manager of Capital Planning; Marcia R. Chew, Senior Accountant; Dorothy F. McCrosson, Esq. , City Solicitor; J anice L. Mruz, Principa] Clerk; Darleen H. Korup, Purchasing Assistant and Joseph S. Clark, QPA, City Purchasing Manger have reviewed and certified all the work has been completed in accordance with the job specifications and that the Maintenance Bond, Release of Liens, Application for Final Payment and Certified Payrolls have been submitted and are in proper order and certified Change Order #2 City Contract #12-48, 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locations is coirect as follows: Change Order #2 - Various Locations Increases to Contract Item Description Quantigy_ Unit Cost Total Cost 1. Various Locations net as built 1 Lump Sum $ l90,229.98 $ l90,229.98 Total Amount of Increases for Change Order #2 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . $ l90,229.98 Total Amount of Change Order #2 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. $ l90,229.98 Total Amount of City Contract #12-48, 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locations including Change Order #2 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. $ 1,673,259.98
  52. 52. CITY OF OCEAN' CITY CAPE MAY COUNTY. NEW JERSEY RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the new adjusted contract cost including Change Orders #2 is $l,673,259.98 which represents a net increase to the original contract of 21.82 (%) percent increase in the total for City Contract #12- 48, 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locations; and NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ocean City, NJ that it authorizes Change Orders #2, Final Acceptance and Final Payment of City Contract #12-48, 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locations; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that The Director of Financial Management is authorized to process the final payment for City Contract #l2-48, 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locations to Walters Marine Construction, Inc. , 414 Woodbine-Oceanview Road, OceanView, NJ 08230 in the amount of $200,496.81 to be charged as follows: 5526649 (PO #13-0O585 Balance), $0.34 (P0 #13-00586 Balance), $l0,000.00 (contingent amount C-04-55-28l-10l) & $190,229.98 (CO#2 - C-04-55-285-201-$141,22998 & 4-01-20-025- 26l-$49,000.00). CERTIFICATION OF FUNDS Frank Donato, III, CMFO Anthony P. Wilson Director of Financial Management Council President Files: RESCO2FAFP I2-48 2013 Bulkhead Improvements at Various Locationsxloc Ullcrcd h) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . , ,, . . .. ... ... ... ... . . . Sccnmlcd h) . . . . . . The uhmc rcsohxlion was dilly adopted hy lhc (“it_v Council ot the City ofUL-can City: New Jersey. au a mccnng ut . said Council duly held on the , . . , . , . . . . , . , . . , . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . ,. du) nl' . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . 20 l'llLi 'l NAY *l)$l-N I -B, l UNI-l) Alle-givna Dvwirçsw (Illlnnxst- › J . . . .. . than/ ell Cllv Clerk Mr Clelhm i Mamma-n Wilwn
  53. 53. CITY OF OCEAN CITY AMERIICNS GREATEST FAMILY RESORT DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY OPERATIONS Code Enfomement ' Construction ° Engineering ° Environmental Management ° Facility Management ' Planning Vehicle Maintenance ° Zcming To: Joseph Clark. QPA, Purchasing Manager IA' From: Roger D. McLamon, PE, PP, CFM, CME, CPW OC: Arthur J. Chew, PE, PP, CFM, CME, CPWM Roger Rinck, ProjectManager Matthew Von Der Hayden. Capital Projects Manager Date: February 20, 2015 Re: Support for Walters Marine Construction Change Order - Contract 12-48 - Job # 2- 2012-048 Walters Marine Marine Constructi0n°s 12-48 contract as built quantities exceed the 20% threshold for net increase in contract cost. This memo outlines the reasons why this occurred and justities the extraordinary circumstances of this contract. Change order one $109,490.00 represents the addition of the North street bulkhead to the contract. North Street was in poor condition and slated for replacement the following year. Accelerated deterioration occurred and it was decided to replace it in full and not patch it, since Walters Marine was performing similar work one block away. Additionally, a short time after the completion of the Battersea Road bulkhead a motor vehicle accident occurred where the car went through the bulkhead and into the bay. Damage to the sheeting, waler and street resulted in a repair of $46,495.00. This payment was to be reimbursed to the city by the drivers auto insurance policy. Human resources were handling this reimbursement and claim. The situation required immediate attention as the potential for public safety was oompromised. Walters was on site and available to correct. Miscellaneous storm damage creating unsafe conditions at 10"' street bay front street end and 2” street marina. Both locations required additional demolition and debris removal. Further, the Sunny Harbor outfall pipe was clogged with storm debris and sand that necessitated a barge and 115 12"' Street, OCEAN CITY, NJ 08226 PH: 609-399-6111 FAX: 609-525-0831 Prinlød an Regn-led Paper
  54. 54. CITY OF OCEAN CITY AMERICNS GREATEST FAMILY RESORT DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY OPERATIONS Code Enforcement 0 Construction ° Engineering - Environmental Management rl-“acility Management - Planning Vehicle Maintenance - Zoning crane for removal. These items were added to contract 12-48 as well, given the equipment in the area and emergent nature of the work. Collectively this work amounted to $68,867.17 The vehicle accident and the storm damage work totaling $l15,362.17 and the additional $l09,490.00 reconstruction at North Street, authorized by Council in Change order no. l account for $224,852.l7 of the $299,719.98 change requested. The original contract amount was $1',57l,73l.48 and the final adjusted amount is $l,871,45l.40 for a net increase of S299, 719.98 ot 21.8%. . The reason for the net increase over the 20% was an emerging condition necessitating imrñediate action. RDM N: Enginecring2-Beach and Bay2-20l2-048 2012 Bulkhead Improvements a! Various Incatioinslaterswüol 5 12-48 rdm Change (mia support plus 20%. dnc 115 12'” Street, OCEAN CITY, NJ 08226 rn; 509499-5111 FAX: 609-5250331 Printed an Rear/ ed Paper

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