1.

SUNSHINE STATEMENT

2.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3.

ROLL CALL

4.

PROCLAMATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS & PRESENTATIONS

5.

PUBLIC COMMENT (AGENDA ITEMS ONLY)

6.

MINUTES & REPORTS

6.I.

Workshop Meeting minutes of 1/13/2021

6.II.

Regular Meeting minute of 1/13/2021

7.

ORDINANCES - PUBLIC HEARING/ADOPTION

7.I.

2021-05 Ordinance Supplementing and Amending Section 490-107: “Stormwater Management and Control” of the Borough’s Revised General Ordinances to Adopt New Regulations Consistent with Amendments to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Stormwater Management Rules (No action, carry to 3/24/2021)

Documents:
  1. 2021-05 PH.pdf
7.II.

2021-07 Ordinance Amending Chapter 9: “Boards, Committees, And Commissions” of the Borough’s Revised General Ordinances to Hereafter Designate all Environmental Commissioners as Green Team Members in Addition to those Green Team Members Annually Appointed by Resolution

8.

ORDINANCES - FIRST READING

8.I.

2021-08 Ordinance Amending Chapter 596: “Special Improvement District” of the Borough’s Revised General Ordinances to Comport with Recent Updates and Amendments to the By-Laws of Red Bank Rivercenter

Documents:
  1. 2021-08 Intro.pdf
9.

2021-09 Ordinance Approving a One-Year Lease Agreement for an Approximate 5,000 Square-Foot, Fenced-In Portion of Real Property Located at 208 South Pearl Street, Red Bank, New Jersey for the Public Purpose of a Police Impound Yard.

10.

RESOLUTIONS

10.I.

Resolution 21-60: Resolution for Payment of Bills Amounting to $2,870,787.25.

10.II.

Resolution 21-61: Resolution Authorizing Resolution Of The Borough Of Red Bank To Refund Developer’s Escrow Account Balances

Documents:
  1. 21-61.pdf
10.III.

Resolution 21-62: Resolution Authorizing Water/Sewer Refund Totaling $140.00 due to Overpayment

Documents:
  1. 21-62.pdf
10.IV.

Resolution 21-63: Resolution Authorizing Tax Credits/Refunds Totaling $2,363.45 due to Over Payment by Mortgage Company

Documents:
  1. 21-63.pdf
10.V.

Resolution 21-64: Resolution Authorizing the County of Monmouth Mosquito Control Division to Conduct Aerial Mosquito Control Operations within the Borough of Red Bank

Documents:
  1. 21-64.pdf
10.VI.

Resolution 21-65: Resolution Ratifying and Confirming the Appointment of an Administrative Assistant

Documents:
  1. 21-65.pdf
10.VII.

Resolution 21-66: Resolution Authorizing One-Time Honorarium Payment in the Amount of $2,500.00, in Lieu of Tuition and Expense Reimbursements, to Sergeant Jorge Torres for Successfully Obtaining Higher Education Degree

Documents:
  1. 21-66.pdf
10.VIII.

Resolution 21-67: Resolution Approving Amendments To The By-Laws Of Red Bank Rivercenter Pursuant To Borough Code Section 596-7(A)(1)

Documents:
  1. 21-67.pdf
10.IX.

Resolution 21-68: Resolution Awarding a Professional Services Contract to the Community Health Group d/b/a John F. Kennedy Medical Center for Emergency Medical Ambulance Services within the Borough from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2023.

10.X.

Resolution 21-69: Resolution for Payment of Bills Amounting to $2,870,787.25.

10.XI.

Resolution 21-70: Resolution Authorizing Transfer of Fund Appropriation Reserves

Documents:
  1. 21-70.pdf
10.XII.

Resolution 21-71: Resolution Amending the 2021 Temporary Appropriations

Documents:
  1. 21-71.pdf
10.XIII.

Resolution 21-72: Resolution Authorizing Resolution of the Borough of Red Bank to Refund Developer’s Escrow Account Balances

Documents:
  1. 21-72.pdf
10.XIV.

Resolution 21-73: Resolution Authorizing Tax Credits/Refunds Totaling $2,586.68 and Cancelling 2nd Quarter Taxes for 2021

Documents:
  1. 21-73.pdf
10.XV.

Resolution 21-74: Resolution of Governing Body Certification of the Annual Audit

Documents:
  1. 21-74.pdf
10.XVI.

Resolution 21-75: Resolution Regarding the Borough of Red Bank Report of Audit for the Year Ended December 31, 2019 and Corrective Action Plan Required by Federal OMB Circular Reference Number A-133

Documents:
  1. 21-75.pdf
10.XVII.

Resolution 21-76: Resolution Accepting the Resignation of Part-Time Building Sub-Code Official Ken Krug

Documents:
  1. 21-76.pdf
10.XVIII.

Resolution 21-77: Resolution Ratifying and Confirming the Appointment of a Part-Time Building Subcode Official

Documents:
  1. 21-77.pdf
10.XIX.

Resolution 21-78: Resolution Accepting the Resignation of Public Works Water and Wastewater Operator Keenan Morin.

Documents:
  1. 21-78.pdf
10.XX.

Resolution 21-79: Resolution Authorizing a Shared Services Agreement with the Borough of Fair Haven for Animal Control Officer Services for Calendar Year 2021

Documents:
  1. 21-79.pdf
10.XXI.

Resolution 21-80: Resolution Authorizing the Selection of Qualified Contractors for the “Pool List” for the Borough’s Housing Rehabilitation Plan under Its Settlement Agreement with Fair Share Housing Center

Documents:
  1. 21-80.pdf
10.XXII.

Resolution 21-81: Resolution Re-Appointing Commissioners to the Red Bank Housing Authority after Completion of Training Delayed due to Covid-19

Documents:
  1. 21-81.pdf
10.XXIII.

Resolution 21-82: Resolution Adopting Public Comment Protocols for all Meetings of the Borough Council for the Remainder of Calendar Year 2021

Documents:
  1. 21-82.pdf
10.XXIV.

Resolution 21-83: Resolution Adopting the Investigation Report and Recommendations of the Borough Labor Attorney, Dated December 4, 2020, Regarding Two (2) Related Employee Complaints Filed on July 23, 2019 and February 19, 2020

Documents:
  1. 21-83.pdf
11.

MAYOR & COUNCIL COMMENTS

12.

DISCUSSION & ACTION

12.I.

Broadwalk Committee appointments

12.II.

Request from Breanna Hartman and Emmanuel Roman for membership to the First Aid & Rescue Squad of the Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department.

12.III.

Special Events Requests recommended for approval (all approvals subject to final plan review by the Special Events Committee and adherence to Executive Orders in place at the time of the event)

  1. Request from 180 Turning Lives Around/Amanda’s Easel to place 72 Luminaries (displaying children’s artwork lit by battery operated candles) around town during the month of April to mark Child Abuse Prevention Month and to shine a light on the needs of children affected by domestic violence.
  2. Request from Monmouth Day Care to hold a socially distanced fundraiser at Riverside Gardens Park on Saturday, June 5, 2021 from 11am to 2 pm and to reserve four parking spaces on West Front Street for staff/entertainers.
  3. Request from RiverCenter to hold a ticketed admission Craft Beer Festival at the Two River Theater on Friday, June 11, 2021 from 5pm to 8pm & on Saturday, June 12, 2021 from noon to 7pm with a rain date of Sunday, June 13, 2021.
  4. Request to hold the 7th Annual Michael (POP) Conlin Irish Wake Fundraiser at the Dublin House on July 31, 2021 from 2pm to 7pm and to close White Street from English Plaza to Broad Street and Monmouth Street from Broad Street to 30 Monmouth Street for a parade lasting approximately 20 minutes beginning at 2pm.
  5. Request from Streetfairs.org to reserve the following dates for Streetfair events - April 10, 2022 and September 11, 2022.
13.

PUBLIC COMMENT (GOVERNMENTAL ISSUES, 5 MINUTES LIMIT)

14.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

14.I.

Discussion items

  1. Litigation-Tax Appeals
  2. Litigation-Riverview
  3. Personnel-Parking Utility
15.

ADJOURNMENT