NUTLEY, NJ – The community reimbursed residents for late water bill charges due to the pandemic during the Nutley Board of Commissioners public meeting on Tuesday, December 15. Public Affairs Commissioner John V. Kelly III was absent excused. Kelly is on active duty and serves in the National Guard.
The COVID-19 overtime for payroll on December 11th is $ 32,994.71. The state government will reimburse these funds under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.
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The community recognized December 13 as the 384th birthday of the United States National Guard.
The BOC approved a total of $ 12,408.57 in reimbursements for criminal water fees to 12 residents who died on or after October 15, 2020 under Executive Order No. 190 of Governor Phil Murphy regarding the pandemic and the state’s emergency status in the area public health reimbursements.
The BOC cleared the cancellation of property tax credits or amounts overdue for $ 10 or less.
The community received a $ 32,400 sub-award grant from the New Jersey State Department of Justice and Public Safety, Attorney General’s Office under the Safe Communities Program.
The BOC approved Resolution 325-20, which included the inclusion of revenue of $ 818.40 for salaries and wages from the National Priority Safety Program grant and a municipal matching portion for the Municipal Alliance grant program for 204.60 USD is recorded in the adopted 2020 municipal budget.
The community entered into a one-year contract with Inglesino, Webster, Wyciskala & Taylor LLC of Parsippany that did not exceed $ 65,000 for compliance, procedural and general legal issues. The payment for a legal counsel or attorney on staff is an hourly rate of $ 215 for legal services provided by attorneys and an hourly rate of $ 100 for services provided by a paralegal or clerk.
The community has signed a one-year contract with Nisivoccia, LLP Certified Public Accountants and Consultants in Mt. Arlington to conduct an annual audit of the community’s books, accounts and financial transactions, including the Nutley Public Library, within five months of the close of the fiscal year.
The community has an agreement with NW Financial Group LLC in Hoboken that professional financial auditing services cannot exceed $ 1,500.
Angelo Cifelli Jr. Esq. Received a $ 10,000 one-year contract from law firm Piro, Zinna, Cifelli, Paris and Genitempo of Nutley to provide legal advice and services to the Code Enforcement Department related to the country’s land use Policies and Procedures.
Frank Zinna, Esq. Nutley law firm of Piro, Zinna, Cifelli, Paris and Genitempo was awarded a $ 45,000 one-year contract to hire an attorney as a local tax advisor to provide legal advice on local tax complaints to the community.
The community extended their contract with S. Rotondi & Sons, Inc. in Summit for an additional year from February 7, 2021 to February 6, 2022. The prices for clean wood / class B removal and recycling are 9 . $ 85 / year The cubic meter for Class C leaf removal and recycling is $ 9.85 per cubic meter and Class C grass clippings removal and recycling is $ 21.85 per cubic meter.
Wayne Defeo, of Defeo and Associates in Warren Township, received an appointment on June 4, 2020 to provide advice and services to the Public Works Division for the marketing of recyclable materials in Nutley. The services outperformed the contract by $ 950.
The community signed a one-year contract with TSUJ in Wayne for electrical services that would not exceed $ 90,000. The hourly labor rate is $ 79 for a foreman, $ 75 for a journeyman, and $ 28 for an apprentice.
The community has entered into a casual uniform, equipment, and supplies contract with Dot Designing LLC that cannot exceed $ 21,000.
The community placed an order with BSN Sports of Jenkintown, Penn, for casual uniforms, equipment and supplies that cannot exceed $ 27,800.
The following transfer of funds in the 2020 municipal budget has been approved. In the Department of Income and Finance – a transfer of $ 500,000 from Group Insurance to the Capital Enhancement Fund and $ 64,000 from the local election and administration of local government salary and wages to the Treasury’s salary and wages; Salary and wages of town clerks; and building regulations salary and wages. The transfer of $ 100,000 in funds for the Department of Public Works and Water has been approved from the salary and wages for water operations to other water operations expenses. Parks and Public Property Department – $ 60,000 from parks health insurance Other expenses; Shadow tree other expenses; and recovery other expenses.
Resolution No. 322-20 was approved for the community to apply for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds in 2021 for $ 204,795 to rebuild and renew King Street from the Belleville border to Union Avenue can.
Resolution No. 322-20 was approved, authorizing the appointment of DMR Architects, PC as the community’s advisory professional planner for the Ciccolini Brothers property redevelopment project on Franklin Avenue.
Public parks and property purchase a Caterpillar Model 930 Wheel Loader from Foley Cat in Piscataway for $ 205,245.
Resolution No. 32420 was approved to cancel the reserve balances totaling $ 7,229.39.
For Nutley Auto Kia at 66 Washington Ave. Property tax refunds will be approved for overpayments of $ 25,885 for 2016, 2017, and 2018.
The community approved the UNICO National-Nutley Chapter’s 50/50 raffle off-site for February 4th.
The next meeting of the Board of Commissioners is scheduled for Thursday, December 31st, 9:00 a.m. via Zoom. To access the meeting, go to zoom.us/j/98805921694. Password: 876956. For those without computer access or mobile devices, you can dial into the meeting at: (number based on your current location) US: +1 929 205 6099; +1 312 626 6799; +1 301 715 8592; +1 346 248 7799; +1 669 900 6833; or +1 253 215 8782. Meeting ID: 988 0592 1694.
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