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Meeting Name: Municipal Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/24/2018 6:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber
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18-1647 1  Hearing of CitizensHEARING OF CITIZENS 1. Shawna Hinkson, 184 3rd Street, Newark, NJ Traffic issues, 7th Avenue West for Roseville Neighborhood Association. Appearing. 2. Dion McCutcheon, Lyons Gateway Apartments, Newark, NJ Newark matters. Not appearing. 3. Opal R. Wright, 51 Vanderpool Street, Newark, NJ “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.” Appearing. 4. Lisa Parker, 71½ Boston Street, Newark, NJ Stop lying to the people. Appearing. 5. James Powell, 108-136 Martin Luther King Blvd, Newark, NJ The mosaic on the Passaic. Appearing. 6. Sergio Rodrigues, 109 Hamilton Street, Newark, NJ Planewark brings planning to the people. Not appearing. 7. Joanne Miller, 43 Hedden Terr., Newark, NJ City concerns. Not appearing. 8. 10-4 Evans, 149 Huntington Terr., Newark, NJ City of Newark landlord and community issues. Not appearing. 9. Earl Best, “Street Doctor”, 150 Brunswick St., Newark, NJ Only if you knew, on the move with “God.” Appearing. 10. Donna Jackson, 128 Smith Street, Newark, NJ When will you tell the “Truth”? Appearing. 11. Louis    Video Video
18-1643 15.-a ReportJoint Meeting of Essex & Union Counties, Fourth Quarter AssessmentAcceptedPass Not available
18-1644 15.-b ReportNewark Board of Adjustment, Regular Hearing Minutes, September 27, 2018 and Special Hearing Minutes, October 11, 2018AcceptedPass Not available
18-1645 15.-c ReportOffice of the City Clerk, Records Management, Room 415, Monthly Financial Report, September 2018AcceptedPass Not available
18-1648 15.-d ReportNewark Landmarks & Historic Preservation Commission, Public Meeting Minutes, October 3, 2018AcceptedPass Not available
18-1323 16F-aParking by Permit Only Van Wagenen Street Both Sides between Summer Avenue and BroadwayOrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 23:5-14e, PARKING BY PERMIT ONLY IN DESIGNATED RESIDENTIAL AREAS, OF TITLE 23, TRAFFIC AND PARKING, OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, BY ADDING VAN WAGENEN STREET, BOTH SIDES, BETWEEN SUMMER AVENUE AND BROADWAY. (CENTRAL WARD)Adopted on first readingPass Video Video
18-0673 16PSF-aAN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT TITLE XIX, OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, BY CREATING A NEW CHAPTER, ESTABLISHING ACCESS TO FREE LEGAL REPRESENTATION TO NEWARK’S LOW-INCOME RESIDENTS FACING EVICTION IN LANDOrdinanceAN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND SUPPLEMENT TITLE XIX, OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, BY CREATING A NEW CHAPTER, WHICH ESTABLISHES ACCESS TO FREE LEGAL REPRESENTATION TO NEWARK’S LOW-INCOME RESIDENTS FACING EVICTION IN LANDLORD TENANT COURT BY CREATING THE OFFICE OF TENANT LEGAL SERVICES.maintained on public hearing and deferredPass Video Video
18-1309 26PSF-bOrdinance amending $30,582,031.00 School Capital ProjectsOrdinanceAN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, IN THE COUNTY OF ESSEX, NEW JERSEY (THE “CITY”), AMENDING BOND ORDINANCE 6PSF-a ADOPTED ON MAY 17, 2017, ON BEHALF OF THE STATE-OPERATED SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND PROVIDING FOR THE REALLOCATION OF THE $30,582,031.00 APPROPRIATION AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE ISSUANCE OF SCHOOL QUALIFIED BONDS AND NOTES OF THE CITY AMONG VARIOUS SCHOOL CAPITAL PROJECTS CONTAINED THEREIN. Deferred 6PSF-c 101118 Deferred 6PSF-b 102418 Deferred 6PSF-b 110818 Deferred 6PSF-b 120518 Deferred 6PSF-a 121918 Deferred 6PSF-a 010919 Tabled 6PSF-a 012319 Removed from the Table 6PSF-a 021319 No Action Taken 6PSF-f 022019 Deferred 6PSF-f 022219 PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON FEBRUARY 26, 2019.maintained on public hearing and deferredPass Video Video
18-1385 16PSF-cBond Ordinance - 2018 Tax Appeal Refunding NotesOrdinanceREFUNDING BOND ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF AMOUNTS OWING TO OTHERS FOR TAXES LEVIED IN AND BY THE CITY OF NEWARK, IN THE COUNTY OF ESSEX, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, APPROPRIATING $10,100,000.00 THEREFOR AND AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $10,100,000.00 REFUNDING BONDS OR NOTES OF THE CITY FOR FINANCING THE COST THEREOF. Deferred 6PSF-d 101118 Deferred 6PSF-c 102418maintained on public hearing and deferredPass Not available
18-1117 16PSF-dAmending Handicapped Parking OrdinanceOrdinanceORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 23, TRAFFIC, CHAPTER 5, PARKING, STOPPING AND STANDING, GENERALLY, SUBCHAPTER 13, HANDICAPPED AND RESERVED PARKING SPACES, SUBSECTION 13.1, HANDICAPPED PARKING SPACES OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, AND REQUIRING THE MUNCIPAL COUNCIL’S APPROVAL BY RESOLUTION. Deferred 6PSF-d 102418 Deferred 6PSF-d 110818 Deferred 6PSF-c 120518 Deferred 6PSF-b 121918maintained on public hearing and deferredPass Video Video
18-0598 17R1-aNetwork Security Systems Support & MaintenanceResolutionDept/ Agency: Administration/Office of Information Technology Action: ( X ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Exception to Public Bidding - N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(dd) Purpose: To provide System Support, Training, Enhancement and Maintenance of proprietary software Entity Name: Integrated Online Security, Inc. Entity Address: 520 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $500,000.00 per annum Funding Source: 2018 and 2019 Budgets Contract Period: Two (2) years commencing May 1, 2018 through April 30, 2020, with an option to renew for one (1) additional year Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open (X) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) N/A Additional Information: E2017-11 - Integrated Online Security, Inc. (IO Security) will be maintaining a customized security environment that they installed and configured at the request of the City of Newark in response to the cyberAdoptedPass Video Video
18-0728 17R2-aFriends of MPT Charter SchoolResolutionDept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Private Sale/Redevelopment Purpose: Expand Marion P. Thomas Charter School to improve access to campus Entity Name: Friends of Marion P. Thomas Charter School Entity Address: 125 Sussex Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07103 Sale Amount: $10,000.00 Cost Basis: (X) $2.00 PSF ( ) Negotiated ( ) N/A ( ) Other: Assessed Amount: $60,000.00 Appraised Amount: $0.00 Contract Period: To commence within three (3) months and be completed within twelve (12) months from the transfer of ownership by the City Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ (X) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a List of Property: (Address/Block/Lot/Ward) 429 15th Avenue/Block 292/Lot 7/Central Ward 427 15th Avenue/Block 292/Lot 8/Central Ward Additional Information: (Address/Ward/Block/Lot/SiReturned to administrationPass Video Video
18-0322 17R2-bAscension Capital Partners I, LLCResolutionDept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Private Sale/Redevelopment Purpose: Redevelop the properties as affordable rental or for-sale housing Entity Name: Ascension Capital Partners I, LLC Entity Address: 59 Lincoln Park, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Sale Amount: $116,099.20 Cost Basis: (X) $4.00 PSF ( ) Negotiated ( ) N/A ( ) Other: Assessed Amount: $644,000.00 Appraised Amount: $0.00 Contract Period: To commence within three (3) months and be completed within eighteen (18) months from the transfer of ownership by the City. Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ (X) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a List of Property: (Address/Block/Lot/Ward) 521 Springfield Avenue/Block 2614/Lot 5/South Ward 527 Springfield Avenue/Block 2614/Lot(s) 2,34/South Ward 529 Springfield Avenue/Block 2614/Lot 1/SoAdoptedPass Video Video
18-1378 17R2-cAmended and Restated Agreement 432-446 South Orange AvenueResolutionDept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing (X) Amending Type of Service: Private Sale/Redevelopment Agreement Purpose: Rescind and Authorize a Redevelopment Agreement for the construction of a health care center, veterans housing facility with ground floor retail, and modest parking area. Entity Name: 432-446 South Orange Avenue, LLC Entity Address: 228 Lafayette Street, 2nd Floor, Newark, New Jersey 07105 Sales Amount: $610,000.00 Cost Basis: ( ) $ PSF ( ) Negotiated ( ) N/A (X) Other :Appraisal Assessed Amount: $527,900.00 Appraised Amount: $610,000.00 Contract Period: To commence within three (3) months and be completed within twenty-four (24) months from the transfer of ownership from the City. Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions (X) RFP ( ) RFQ (X ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a List of Property: (Address/Block/Lot/Ward) 432-434 AdoptedPass Video Video
18-1562 17R2-dLotus RDAResolutionDept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Redevelopment Agreement Purpose: Redevelopment project for mixed-use development consisting of residential units, retail space, office space and parking. (Central Ward) Entity Name: LEG 450 Broad Street, LLC. Entity Address: 675 Third Avenue, 28th Floor, New York, New York 10017 Contract Amount: Not Applicable Development Agreement Term: Commence on Effective Date and expires upon Issuance of a Certificate of Completion for the last Phase of the Project City Contribution to Development Project: ( ) Grant or Loan ( ) Guarantee (X) None ( ) Other: Developer Investment: :( ) Developer Third-Party Financing Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient (X) n/a List of Property: (Address/Block/Lot/Ward) 422 Broad Street/Block 9, Lots 6 and 9, B27, Lots 1 andeferred to a special meetingPass Video Video
18-1362 17R3-aApply/Accept FY2019 Subregional Transportation Planning Program for the City of NewarkResolutionDept/ Agency: Engineering Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Application/Acceptance of Grant Funds Purpose: FY2019 Subregional Transportation Planning Program for the City of Newark Entity Name: City of Newark Entity Address: 920 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Grant Amount: $95,367.00 Funding Source: North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, Inc. (NJTPA), and New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) Total Project Cost: $119,208.75 City Contribution: $23,841.75 (In-Kind Match) Other Funding Source/Amount: None Grant Period: July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale (X) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information:AdoptedPass Video Video
18-1394 17R3-bRenovation of JFK Recreation CenterResolutionDept/ Agency: Engineering Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Professional Services Contract Purpose: To provide design, engineering, and construction management services for the renovation of JFK Recreation Center. Entity Name: Design Resources Group Architects, AIA, Inc. Entity Address: 200 Franklin Square Drive, Suite 402, Somerset, New Jersey 08873 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $133,275.00 Funding Source: Open Space Trust Fund Contract Period: One (1) year from the Date of a Notice to Proceed issued by the Director of Engineering and/or his designee. Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor (X) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Non-Fair & Open (X) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Addition Information:AdoptedPass Video Video
18-1020 17R6-aWorkers Compensation Settlement - Maria HernandezResolutionDept/ Agency: Law Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Purpose: Settlement of Workers' Compensation Claim C.P. No.: 2015-28972 Claimant: Maria Mejias-Hernandez Claimant's Attorney: Garces Grabler Attorney's Address: 415 Watchung Avenue, Plainfield, New Jersey 07060 Settlement Amount: $23,418.00 Funding Source: Insurance Trust Fund Additional Comments: Invitation: Corporation CounselAdoptedPass Video Video
18-1216 17R6-bWorkers Compensation Settlement - Alfredo CosteiraResolutionDept/ Agency: Law Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Purpose: Settlement of Workers' Compensation Claim C.P. No.: 2014-18389 Claimant: Alfredo Costeira Claimant's Attorney: Markman and Cannan, LLC Attorney's Address: P.O. Box 1489, Bloomfield, New Jersey 07003 Settlement Amount: $248,708.00 Funding Source: Insurance Trust Fund Additional Comments: Invitation: Corporation CounselAdoptedPass Video Video
18-1264 17R6-cWorkers' Compensation Settlement (Andree Nelson)ResolutionDept/ Agency: Law Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Purpose: Settlement of Workers' Compensation Claim C.P. No.: 2015-18144 Claimant: Andree Nelson Claimant's Attorney: John Motta, Esq. Attorney's Address: 312 North Avenue East, Suite 1, Cranford, New Jersey 07016 Settlement Amount: $55,081.68 Funding Source: Insurance Trust Fund Additional Comments: Invitation: Corporation CounselAdoptedPass Video Video
18-1375 17R8-aResolution: Constable Appointment - Abdias Artiles (CG)ResolutionDept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X ) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Constable Appointment Purpose: To serve civil and criminal warrants, written summonses, complaints, repossessions and lockouts. Name of Appointee: Abdias Artiles Address: 365 Kerrigan Boulevard, Newark, New Jersey 07106 Appointment Term: For a term of three (3) years from the date of appointment or to the expiration of the Constable Bond, whichever occurs first. Sponsor: Council Member, Carlos M. Gonzalez Additional Information: Appointee shall submit Constable Bond.AdoptedPass Video Video
18-1376 17R8-bResolution: Constable Appointment - Debbra L. Fletcher (JM)ResolutionDept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X ) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Constable Appointment Purpose: To serve civil and criminal warrants, written summonses, complaints, repossessions and lockouts. Name of Appointee: Debbra L. Fletcher Address: 135 Sunset Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07106 Appointment Term: For a period of three (3) years from the date of appointment or to the expiration of the Constable Bond, whichever occurs first. Sponsor: Council Member Joseph A. McCallum, Jr. Additional Information: Appointee shall submit Constable Bond.AdoptedPass Video Video
18-1377 17R8-cResolution: Constable Appointment - Marques-Aquil Lewis (CG)ResolutionDept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X ) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Constable Appointment Purpose: To serve civil and criminal warrants, written summonses, complaints, repossessions and lockouts. Name of Appointee: Marques-Aquil D. Lewis Address: 33 Vaughn Drive, Newark, New Jersey 07103 Appointment Term: For a term of three (3) years from the date of appointment or to the expiration of the Constable Bond, whichever occurs first. Sponsor: Council Member, Carlos M. Gonzalez Additional Information: Appointee shall submit Constable Bond.AdoptedPass Video Video
18-1480 17R8-dResolution: Constable Bond Appproval - Leon Purdie (MC)ResolutionDept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( X ) Amending Type of Service: Approving Constable Bond Purpose: To serve civil and criminal warrants, written summonses, complaints, repossessions and lockouts. Name of Constable: Leon Purdie Address: 87 Lenox Street, Newark, New Jersey 07106 Appointment Term: For a term of three (3) years or until the expiration of the Constable Bond, whichever occurs first. Sponsor: Council President, Mildred C. Crump Additional Information: Appointed by Resolution #7R8-c adopted on May 10, 2018.AdoptedPass Video Video
18-1625 17R8-eResolution: Expressing Profound Sorrow and Regret (10/24/18)ResolutionEXPRESSING PROFOUND SORROW AND REGRET Sponsored by President Mildred C. Crump 1. Mr. Ronald James Hunter, also known as Ron Muhammad, longtime Newark resident, who coined the nickname for Newark, “Brick City”, a leading marketer of Newark-themed t-shirts and clothing accessoriesAdoptedPass Video Video
18-1619 17R8-fResolution: Recognizing and Commending (10/24/18)ResolutionRECOGNIZING & COMMENDING Sponsored by President Mildred C. Crump 1. Nigeria’s 58th Independence Day Flag Raising Ceremony, to be held on Thursday, October 25, 2018 2. Ms. Wanda Payne, on celebrating her retirement after thirty-two (32) years of service as an educator on Newark Public Schools, to be held at the Westwood, on Sunday, October 28, 2018 3. Reverend George Davis, on his retirement as moderator from the Christian Fellowship Association 4. Grand Kru County Development Association in the Americas 5. Ms. Dorothy Norwood, World-Renowned Gospel Artist 6. Bishop Gregory A. Woods, on celebrating his 20th Pastoral Anniversary at Revival Temple Center of Deliverance Sponsored by Council Member Augusto Amador 7. Rancho Folclorico PRAIAS de PORTUGAL Sponsored by Council Member John Sharpe James 8. Mr. Rob Hylton, the Godfather of Jersey Poetry 9. Ms. Bertha Shaw, on celebrating her 80th Birthday 10. Pastor Bruce T. Inge, on his 25th Pastoral Anniversary Sponsored by Council Member Joseph A. McCallum, Jr. 11. Mr. Rufus I. Johnson, West Side High SchoolAdoptedPass Video Video
18-0860 17R9-aCITIZENS EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEMResolutionDept/ Agency: Public Safety/Office of Emergency Management Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Exception to Public Bidding - specific exception Purpose: Citizens’ Emergency Alert System Renewal Entity Name: SwiftReach Networks, Inc. Entity Address: 14 Industrial Avenue, Suite 4, Mahwah, New Jersey, 07430 Amount: Not to exceed $96,000.00 Funding Source: Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security UASI FY17 Funds Contract Period: January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2019 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open (X) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Support and maintenance of proprietary hardware and software, N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(dd). The Funding Source is Grant Funds. No Municipal Funds will be expended.AdoptedPass Video Video
18-1591 17R1b(as)Temporary Shelter Services For Homeless Individuals and Families and Also Sheltering At-Risk Individuals and Families During Code Blue and Code Red Weather AlertsResolutionDept/ Agency: Administration/Division of Central Purchasing Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Bid Contract(s) Purpose: Temporary Shelter Services for Homeless Individuals and Families and Sheltering At Risk Individuals and Families during Code Blue and Code Red Weather Alerts Entity Name(s)/Address(s): 1) The Apostle’s House Inc., 513-515 Avon Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07108 2) The H.E.L.P. Center/ 689 So. 210th Street Corp dba Emergency Housing Services, 224 Sussex Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07103 3) Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark, 590 North 7th Street, Newark, New Jersey 07017 4) Isaiah House, 238 North Munn Avenue, East Orange, New Jersey 07017 5) Fairmount Health Services, 202 Fairmount Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07103 6) Newly Destined Inc., 1114 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey 07114 7) Circle of Life Shelter, 55 Tillinghast Street, Newark, New Jersey 07108 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $2,500,000.00 Funding Source: CDBG contingent on HUD approval Contract Period: One (1) yAdoptedPass Not available
18-1673 17R8g(as)Resolution of Support: Temple Rock Church Harvest Celebration (LQ)ResolutionDept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Resolution Waiving Permit Application Fees Purpose: Temple Rock Church Harvest Celebration Date(s): Wednesday, October 31, 2018 Sponsor(s): Council Member, Luis A. Quintana Additional Information: The Temple Rock Church Harvest Celebration will be held on Verona Avenue, from Broadway to Lincoln Place, from 6:00 P.M. until 8:30 P.M.AdoptedPass Not available
18-1624 17R9b(as)Resolution: Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement [NHA]ResolutionDept/ Agency: Public Safety/Division of Police Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement Purpose: Community Forum Entity Name: Newark Housing Authority Entity Address: 500 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Event Location: Mildred E. Terrell Homes, 35 Riverview Court, Newark, New Jersey 07105 Event Date(s): Tuesday, October 30, 2018 Event Time: 6:00 P.M. until 8:30 P.M. Additional Information: Sponsor:AdoptedPass Not available
18-1607 18.-a(as)Affirmative Action Review CouncilAppointmentDept/ Agency: Office of the Mayor Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Appointment Purpose: Affirmative Action Review Council Name of Appointee: P. Angelique Morrison Address: 2 Center Street Apt. 406, Newark, New Jersey, 07102 Appointment Term: 3-year term commencing upon confirmation and ending on March 22, 2021 Sponsor: Additional Information: Filling category of Community Representative and is replacing Gail MuhammadConfirmed Pass Not available
18-1478 18.-b(as)Ordinance to Lease 846-850 South Orange Avenue Newark NjOrdinanceORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR AND/OR HIS DESIGNEE, THE DIRECTOR OF THE NEWARK DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND COMMUNITY WELLNESS (NDHCW), TO ENTER INTO AND EXECUTE A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH ESSEX PROPERTY MANAGEMENT GROUP, LLC, 59 EAST RUNYON STREET 1ST FLOOR, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 07114, FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 846-850 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE, STORE FRONT A, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 07103, FOR AN ANNUAL RENT OF TEN THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($10,800.00), PAYABLE IN TWELVE (12) EQUAL MONTHLY AMOUNTS OF NINE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($900.00), FOR A PERIOD COMMENCING SEPTEMBER 1, 2018 AND TERMINATING ON AUGUST 31, 2019, WITH AN OPTION TO RENEW FOR ONE (1) ADDITIONAL YEAR, FOR THE PURPOSE OF EMBEDDING THE WEST WARD VICTIMS OUTREACH SERVICES (WWVO) PROGRAM WITHIN THE WEST WARD BY PROVIDING TRAUMA INFORMED CARE MENTAL HEALTH AND OTHER SUPPORTIVE SERVICE FOR YOUNG MEN OF COLOR TRAUMATIZED BY VIOLENCE. Deferred 8b (as) 102418Deferred on communicationsPass Not available
18-1487 18.-c(as)Ordinance: Equitable Growth Advisory CommissionOrdinanceAN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE II, CHAPTER II, ARTICLE V OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, TO ESTABLISH THE NEWARK EQUITABLE GROWTH ADVISORY COMMISSION, IN THE OFFICE OF THE MAYOR, COMPRISED OF A CROSS-SECTION OF STAKEHOLDERS FROM THE COMMUNITY, ACADEMIA, BUSINESS AND NON-PROFIT SECTORS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENSURING THAT DEVELOPMENT POLICIES AND PROJECTS IN THE CITY OF NEWARK, STATE OF NEW JERSEY, FOLLOW PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY AND ACHIEVE THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF INCLUSION AND OPPPORTUNITY FOR ITS CURRENT AND FUTURE RESIDENTS.advanced to first readingPass Not available
18-1935 17Ma MotionA motion requesting that the Department of Public Works notify and inform all candidates from the recent Municipal elections, both winners and losers, that they are required to remove their political signage from all public buildings and utility poles in a timely manner or they will be subject to a fine.AdoptedPass Not available
18-1936 17Mb MotionA motion instructing the City Clerk’s Office to request that the Administration notify the residents of the East Ward, informing them on the progress of the renovations of the Hayes Park West, Ironbound “B” field and the Sharpe James/Ken Gibson Aquatic and Recreation Center.AdoptedPass Not available
18-1937 17Mc MotionA motion instruction the City Clerk’s Office to request that the Administration expedite the process for the business licenses and inspections.AdoptedPass Not available
18-1847 17Md MotionA motion instructing the City Clerk’s Office to request that the Department of Engineering perform another traffic study for the E. Alma Flagg School in order to reduce the traffic concerns.AdoptedPass Not available
18-1848 17Me MotionA motion requesting that the City Clerk’s Office invite the owners of the housing located at 440 Washington Street to a Housing Committee Meeting.AdoptedPass Not available
18-1849 17Mf MotionA motion requesting that the Department of Engineering, Division of Traffic and Signals, meet with Public Service electric and Gas officials to increase the brightness of City street lamps, in addition to trimming tree branches obstructing proper illumination from street lamps.AdoptedPass Not available
18-1850 17Mg MotionA motion requesting that the Department of Engineering, Division of Traffic and Signals post “No Parking Anytime” signage along Mulberry Street in front of the Prudential Center from Market Street to Lafayette Street.AdoptedPass Not available
18-1886 17Mh MotionA motion requesting that the Department of Engineering, Division of Traffic and Signals, initiate a traffic study to reduce dangerous speeding on Lake Street between Bloomfield Avenue and Park Avenue.AdoptedPass Not available