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  1. Adopted
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    TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST Deferred 7R2-a021424

    A motion was made by Council, to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  2. Adopted
    Resolution

    TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST No Action Taken 7R4-a021424

    A motion was made by Council, to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  3. Held in Council
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    TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST Failed 7R6-a021424

    A motion was made by Council, to Defer. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  4. To Be Introduced
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    TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST

    A motion was made by Ramos, Jr., seconded by Silva to above mentioned items adopted . The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  5. Adopted
    Resolution

    TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST

    A motion was made by Council, to Returned to Administration. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  6. Pending
    Appointment

    APPOINTMENT - TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST APPOINTMENT - TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST APPOINTMENT - TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST

    A motion was made by Council, seconded by Scott-Rountree to Defer on Communications. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  7. Filed
    Appointment

    APPOINTMENT - TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST APPOINTMENT - TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST APPOINTMENT - TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST

    A motion was made by Gonzalez, seconded by Crump to Confirm. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  8. Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage
    Ordinance

    ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2

    A motion was made by Kelly, seconded by Scott-Rountree to Advance and Adopt on First Reading as 6F-. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  9. First Reading
    Ordinance

    ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2

    A motion was made by Council, seconded by Kelly to Amend. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  10. Pending
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    TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST

    A motion was made by Council, to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  11. To Be Introduced
    Miscellaneous

    1. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 1 2. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 2 3. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 3 4. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 4 5. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 5 6. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 6 7. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 7 8. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 8

    A motion was made by Council, to Accept. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  12. To Be Introduced
    Hearing of Citizens

    1. TEST TESTING 2. TEST TESTING 3. TEST TESTING 4. TEST TESTING 5. TEST TESTING 6. TEST TESTING 7. TEST TESTING 8. TEST TESTING 9. TEST TESTING 10. TEST TESTING 11. TEST TESTING 12. TEST TESTING 13. TEST TESTING 14. TEST TESTING 15. TEST TESTING 16. TEST TESTING 17. TEST TESTING 18. TEST TESTING 19. TEST TESTING 20. TEST TESTING 21. TEST TESTING 22. TEST TESTING 23. TEST TESTING
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  13. First Reading
    Ordinance

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    A motion was made by Council, to Adopt on First Reading. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

  14. First Reading
    Ordinance

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    A motion was made by Council, to Defer. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

  15. Mayor's Office
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    Close on Public Hearing and Adopt

  16. Public Hearing, Second Reading and Final Passage
    Ordinance

    Ordinance - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2 Ordinance - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2 Ordinance - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2 Ordinance - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2 Ordinance - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST 2

    A motion was made by Crump, to Maintained on Public Hearing and Deferred. . The motion failed by the following votes

  17. Filed
    Report

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    Accept

  18. Filed
    Report

    Report - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST-2-TEST-2-TEST-2 Report - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST-2-TEST-2-TEST-2 Report - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST-2-TEST-2-TEST-2

    Accept

  19. Filed
    Report

    Report - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST-2-TEST-2-TEST-2 Report - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST-2-TEST-2-TEST-2 Report - TEST 2-TEST 2-TEST-2-TEST-2-TEST-2

    Accept

  20. First Reading
    Ordinance

    ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2

    A motion was made by Kelly, seconded by Scott-Rountree to Adopted as amended on Communications. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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Municipal Council

Regular Meeting

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  1. Filed
    Report

    Zoning Board of Adjustment, Minutes, October 2023 through December 2023.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Accept the Consent Agenda. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  2. Filed
    Report

    Board of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Minutes, January 22, 2024.
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  3. Adopted
    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE FOURTH AMENDMENT TO THE WAVERLY YARDS REDEVELOPMENT PLAN, BY AUTHORIZING PARKING AS A PRINCIPAL INTERIM USE, AND AMENDING TWO (2) OF THE MAPS AND DELETING TWO (2) OF THE MAPS WITHIN THE WAVERLY YARDS REDEVELOPMENT PLAN.

    Allison Ladd, Director Department of Economic and Housing Development commented. Public Hearing opened. Comments were made by Debra Salters, Ché Colter and Jenny Wager. A motion was made by Council, seconded by Crump to Close on Public Hearing and Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  4. Adopted
    Ordinance

    THIS ORDINANCE SECURES BONDS OR OTHER OBLIGATIONS ISSUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE “REDEVELOPMENT AREA BOND FINANCING LAW” AND THE LIEN HEREOF IN FAVOR OF THE OWNERS OF SUCH BONDS OR OTHER OBLIGATIONS IS A MUNICIPAL LIEN SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHER NON-MUNICIPAL LIENS HEREINAFTER RECORDED. AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A THIRTY YEAR (30) YEAR TAX ABATEMENT TO CSO TOWNHOUSE DEVELOPER URBAN RENEWA,L LLC, 1865 PALMER AVENUE, SUITE 203, LARCHMONT, NEW YORK 10538, FOR A PROJECT TO CONSTRUCT (15) RESIDENTIAL TOWNHOME RENTAL UNITS, OF WHICH (3) WILL REMAIN AFFORDABLE, LOCATED AT 1 CENTER STREET, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 07102, CONDO UNIT 3, IDENTIFIED ON THE OFFICIAL TAX MAP OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, AS BLOCK 17, LOT 1.02 AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A FINANCIAL AGREEMENT AND OTHER APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE ISSUANCE OF REDEVELOPMENT AREA BONDS (NON-RECOURSE TO THE FULL FAITH AND CREDIT OF THE CITY), AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF THE REDEVELOPMENT AREA BONDS IN A PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $500,000.00 AND DETERMINING VARIOUS OTHER MATTERS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH (CENTRAL WARD).

    Allison Ladd, Director Department of Economic and Housing Development commented. Public Hearing opened. Comments were made by Debra Salters, Gee Cureton, George Tillman, Jr., Dolores Black and Ché Colter. A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Close on Public Hearing and Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  5. Adopted
    Ordinance

    THIS ORDINANCE SECURES BONDS OR OTHER OBLIGATIONS ISSUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE “REDEVELOPMENT AREA BOND FINANCING LAW” AND THE LIEN HEREOF IN FAVOR OF THE OWNERS OF SUCH BONDS OR OTHER OBLIGATIONS IS A MUNICIPAL LIEN SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHER NON-MUNICIPAL LIENS HEREINAFTER RECORDED. AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A THIRTY YEAR (30) YEAR TAX ABATEMENT TO CENTER STREET OWNERS URBAN RENEWAL, LLC, 1865 PALMER AVENUE, SUITE 203, LARCHMONT, NEW YORK 10538, FOR A PROJECT TO CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY (268) MARKET RATE RESIDENTIAL RENTAL UNITS, (67) AFFORDABLE HOUSING RESIDENTIAL UNITS, AND 2,100 SQUARE FEET OF GROUND FLOOR RETAIL/COMMERCIAL SPACE LOCATED AT 1 CENTER STREET, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 07102, CONDO UNITS 2 AND 4, IDENTIFIED ON THE OFFICIAL TAX MAP OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, AS BLOCK 17, LOT 1.02 AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A FINANCIAL AGREEMENT AND OTHER APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE ISSUANCE OF REDEVELOPMENT AREA BONDS (NON-RECOURSE TO THE FULL FAITH AND CREDIT OF THE CITY), AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF THE REDEVELOPMENT AREA BONDS IN A PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $5,000,000.00 AND DETERMINING VARIOUS OTHER MATTERS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH (CENTRAL WARD).

    Allison Ladd, Director Department of Economic and Housing Development commented. Public Hearing opened. Comments were made by Debra Salters, Gee Cureton, George Tillman, Jr., Dolores Black and Ché Colter. A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Close on Public Hearing and Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  6. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Division of Central Purchasing Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Bid Contract(s) Purpose: To provide construction services for the Newark Riverfront Park Phase C Project. Entity Name(s): Flanagan’s Contracting Group, Inc. Entity Address(s): 90 Old Camplain Road, Hillsborough, New Jersey 08844 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $5,886,148.00 Funding Source: 2016 Budget/Department of Economic and Housing Development/NW045-16G-94710-B2016 Contract Period: To commence upon Municipal Council approval through the date of completion of the Project Contract Basis: (X) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: This Bid Contract provides construction services for the Newark Riverfront Park Phase C Project under the Department of Economic and Housing Development. Advertisement Date: November 30, 2023 Bids Solicited: Sixty-eight (68) Bids Received: One (1)

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  7. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of Management and Budget Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Temporary Emergency Appropriation Purpose: To support the education of a diverse nurse practitioner population in underserved communities. Funding Source: Seton Hall University Appropriation Amount: $293,142.00 Budget Year: 2024 Contract Period: July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2024 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: Apply and Accept Resolution will be submitted under separate cover as Legistar ID #23-1713. Operating Agency: Department of Health and Community Wellness Two-Thirds vote of full membership required.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  8. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of the Business Administrator Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing (X) Amending Type of Service: Substantial Amendment of HUD One-Year Action Plan Purpose: To amend the 2019 One-Year Action Plan to reflect increased funding for the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). Entity Name: United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Entity Address: 451 7th Street, S.W., Washington, DC 20410 Total Grant Amount: Increased by $1,894,414.19 Funding Source: United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)/The Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) Grant Period: September 1, 2019 through September 20, 2024, until funds are fully expended 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: The Initial 2019 One-Year Action Plan authorized by Resolution 7R1-a adopted on November 7, 2019 for an allocation of $13,587,162.00. Detailed allocation: CDBG/$7,136,919.00 ESG/$608,884.00 HOPWA/$5,841,359.00 The 1st Substantial Amendment to the Initial 2019 One-Year Action Plan authorized by Resolution 7R1-a adopted on August 19, 2020, for a CARES Act allocation of $12,774,318.00. Detailed allocation: CDBG/$4,310,416.00 ESG/$7,621,389.00 HOPWA/$842,513.00 The 2nd Substantial Amendment to the Amended 2019 One-Year Action Plan authorized by Resolution 7R1-c adopted on February 3, 2021, for a CARES Act allocation of $3,500,308.00. Detailed allocation: CDBG/$3,500,308.00

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  9. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of the Business Administrator Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Application/Acceptance of Grant Funds Purpose: Application/Acceptance of Sub-award VAG-07-21 for the Central Ward Project. Entity Name: State of New Jersey, Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law and Public Safety Entity Address: P.O. Box 081, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0081 Grant Amount: $137,500.00 Total Project Cost: $137,502.00 City Contribution: Municipal In-Kind Match of $2.00 Funding Source: Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant (VAG) Program Grant Period: September 1, 2023 through August 31, 2024 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:

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  10. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of the Business Administrator Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Application/Acceptance of Grant Funds Purpose: Application/Acceptance of Sub-award VAG-04-21 for the East Ward Project. Entity Name: State of New Jersey, Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law and Public Safety Entity Address: P.O. Box 081, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0081 Grant Amount: $137,500.00 Total Project Cost: $152,163.00 City Contribution: Municipal In-Kind Match: $14,663.00 Funding Source: Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant (VAG) Program Grant Period: September 1, 2023 through August 31, 2024 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:

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  11. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of the Business Administrator Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Application/Acceptance of Grant Funds Purpose: Application/Acceptance of Sub-award VAG-05-21 for the North Ward Project. Entity Name: State of New Jersey, Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law and Public Safety Entity Address: P.O. Box 081, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0081 Grant Amount: $137,500.00 Total Project Cost: $178,244.00 City Contribution: Municipal In-Kind Match of $40,744.00 Funding Source: Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant (VAG) Program Grant Period: September 1, 2023 through August 31, 2024 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:

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  12. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of the Business Administrator Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Application/Acceptance of Grant Funds Purpose: Application/Acceptance of Sub-award VAG-06-21 for the South Ward Project. Entity Name: State of New Jersey, Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law and Public Safety Entity Address: P.O. Box 081, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0081 Grant Amount: $137,500.00 Total Project Cost: $137,502.00 City Contribution: Municipal In-Kind Match of $2.00 Funding Source: Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant (VAG) Program Grant Period: September 1, 2023 through August 31, 2024 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:

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  13. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of the Business Administrator Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Application/Acceptance of Grant Funds Purpose: Application/Acceptance of Sub-award VAG-03-21 for the West Ward Project. Entity Name: State of New Jersey, Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law and Public Safety Entity Address: P.O. Box 081, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0081 Grant Amount: $137,500.00 Total Project Cost: $137,502.00 City Contribution: Municipal In-Kind Match of $2.00 Funding Source: Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant (VAG) Program Grant Period: September 1, 2023 through August 31, 2024 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:

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  14. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of the Business Administrator Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Application/Acceptance of Grant Funds Purpose: Application/Acceptance of Sub-award VAG-02-21 for the Shani Baraka Women’s Resource Center. Entity Name: State of New Jersey, Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law and Public Safety Entity Address: P.O. Box 081, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0081 Grant Amount: $137,500.00 Total Project Cost: $192,727.00 City Contribution: Municipal In-Kind Match of $55,227.00 Funding Source: Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Assistance Grant (VAG) Program Grant Period: September 1, 2023 through August 31, 2024 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:

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  15. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept./ Agency: Administration/Office of Business Administrator Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Contract with Sub-recipient Purpose: To provide Community-Based Violence Intervention in Domestic Violence. Entity Name: Partners Uplifting Our Daughters and Sons Entity Address: St. Albans, New York 11412 Grant Amount: Not to exceed $180,675.00 Funding Source: 2022 Budget/American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 - Department of Treasury Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds/Business Unit: NW051, Dept. G22, Div./Proj. ARP2H, Activity A, Account #71280, Budget Ref. B2022 Grant Period: December 1, 2023 through November 30, 2024 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions (X) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale (X) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) N/A Additional Information: Grant funds to be expended, no later than November 30, 2024.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  16. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept./ Agency: Administration/Office of Business Administrator Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Contract with Sub-recipient Purpose: To provide Community-Based Violence Intervention in High Risk Intervention. Entity Name: Peers Strategies to Help, LLC a/k/a PUSH (Peers Understanding Strategies for Healing) Entity Address: Newark, New Jersey 07103 Grant Amount: Not to exceed $75,000.00 Funding Source:2022 Budget/American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 - Department of Treasury Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds/Business Unit: NW051, Dept. G22, Div./Proj. ARP2H, Activity A, Account #71280, Budget Ref. B2022 Grant Period: December 1, 2023 through November 30, 2024 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions (X) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale (X) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) N/A Additional Information: Grant funds to be expended, no later than November 30, 2024.

    A motion was made by Kelly, seconded by Quintana to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  17. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Administration/Office of Management and Budget Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Temporary Emergency Appropriation Purpose: The New Jersey Victim of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant will provide empowerment and support to individuals and families, who have been impacted by violent crimes and will initiate helping victims to restore dignity and safety within the City of Newark. Funding Source: State of New Jersey, Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law and Public Safety Appropriation Amount: $825,000.00 Budget Year: 2024 Contract Period: September 1, 2023 through August 31, 2024 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: Apply and Accept Resolutions will be submitted under separate cover as Legistar IDs: 24-0125 (Central Ward Project), 24-0126 (East Ward Project), 24-0127 (North Ward Project), 24-0128 (South Ward Project), 24-0129 (West Ward Project), and 24-0130 (Shani Baraka Women’s Resource Center Project) Operating Agency: Department of Administration Two-Thirds vote of full membership required.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  18. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Private Sale/Redevelopment Purpose: To build two (2) two-family new construction dwellings and sell homes at market rate. Entity Name: Roma Development, LLC Entity Address: Wayne, New Jersey 07470 Sale Amount: $40,000.00 Cost Basis: (X) $8.00 PSF ( ) Negotiated ( ) N/A ( ) Other: Assessed Amount: $47,600.00 Appraised Amount: $0.00 Contract Period: To commence within three (3) months and be completed within eighteen (18) months following transfer of property ownership from the City to the Redeveloper 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) 54 Telford Street/Block 4202/Lot 63/West Ward 642 South 13th Street/Block 316/Lot 34/South Ward Additional Information: Sale Price: Total Square Footage X PSF = 5,000 X $8.00 = $40,000.00. Sale at prices set forth by Ordinance 6S&Fh, adopted on April 7, 2004, establishing the minimum sale price of City-owned properties. Deferred 7R2-c 020724

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Amend. Amendments: Build 2 two-family new construction; Sale amount $40,000.00; Assessed Amount $47,600; Remove the Ridge Street property; Square Foot 5,000; Remove reference to North Ward Redevelopment Plan. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  19. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Private Sale/Redevelopment Purpose: To provide new construction of City-owned property into a multi-family residential home for purchase, including a parking garage for each home. Entity Name: Knightime Enterprises, LLC Entity Address: 110 Jabez Street, Suite 345, Newark, New Jersey 07105 Sale Amount: $39,880.00 Cost Basis: (X) $8.00 PSF ( ) Negotiated ( ) N/A ( ) Other: Assessed Amount: $142,400.00 Appraised Amount: $0.00 Contract Period: To commence within three (3) months and be completed within eighteen (18) months following transfer of property ownership from the City to the Redeveloper 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) 371 Chadwick Avenue/Block3594/Lot 47/South Ward 373 Chadwick Avenue/Block3594/Lot 48/South Ward Additional Information: Sale Price: Total Square Footage X PSF = 4,985 X $8.00 = $39,880.00. Sale at prices set forth by Ordinance 6S&Fh, adopted on April 7, 2004, establishing the minimum sale price of City-owned properties.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  20. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Declaring an area in need of redevelopment Purpose: Designating an area in need of redevelopment. List of Property: (Address/Block/Lot/Ward) 61 Central Avenue/Block 35/Lot 27/Central Ward 63 Central Avenue/Block 35/Lot 28/Central Ward 65 Central Avenue/Block 35/Lot 29/Central Ward 69 Central Avenue/Block 35/Lot 31/Central Ward 71-73 Central Avenue/Block 35/Lot 32/Additional Lots 33 & 34/Central Ward 75-83 Central Avenue/Block 34/Lot 47/Central Ward 146 University Avenue/Block 34/Lot 1/Central Ward 61-63 Washington Street/Block 35/Lot 20/Additional Lot 35/Central Ward 65 Washington Street/Block 35/Lot 21/Central Ward 67 Washington Street/Block 35/Lot 22/Central Ward 69 Washington Street/Block 35/Lot 23/Central Ward 71 Washington Street/Block 35/Lot 24/Central Ward Additional Information: Resolution 7R2-b, adopted on October 18, 2023, authorized and directed the Newark Central Planning Board to conduct a preliminary investigation.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  21. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Professional Services Contract Purpose: To provide Real Estate Appraisal Services. Entity Name: Hendricks Appraisal Company, LLC Entity Address: West Orange, New Jersey 07052 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $20,000.00 Funding Source: 2024 Budget/Department of Economic and Housing Development/NW026, Account #32100, B2024 Contract Period: January 1, 2024 through December 31, 2024 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor (X) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP (X) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information:

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  22. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: () Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Professional Services Contract Purpose: To provide legal services for Redevelopment/Land Use Matters. Entity Name: DeCotiis, FitzPatrick, Cole and Giblin, LLP Entity Address: 61 South Paramus Road, Suite 250, Paramus, New Jersey 07652 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $800,000.00 Funding Source: 2024 Budget/Department of Economic and Housing Development/NW026, Account #32100, B2024 Contract Period: March 12, 2024 through March 11, 2025 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor (X) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP (X) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information:

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  23. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Professional Services Contract Purpose: To provide legal services for Redevelopment/Land Use Matters. Entity Name: Spiro, Harrison and Nelson, LLC Entity Address: 200 Monmouth Street, Suite 310, Red Bank, New Jersey 07701 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $150,000.00 Funding Source: 2022 Budget/Department of Economic and Housing Development/NW026, Account #32100, B2022 Contract Period: March 12, 2024 through March 11, 2025 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor (X) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP (X) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information:

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  24. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Engineering Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing (X) Amending Type of Service: Professional Services Contract Purpose: Central Avenue Bridge over NJ Transit City Subway - Preliminary Design Phase Project- Change Order #1, Contract Amendment for Extension of Time Entity Name: Michael Baker International, Inc. Entity Address: One Gateway Center, Suite 2330, Newark, New Jersey 07102 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $1,422,445.34 Funding Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)/New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Contract Period: June 22, 2024 through March 22, 2025 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor (X) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Addition Information: Resolution 7R3-a adopted on March 15, 2023 awarded a contract in an amount not to exceed $1,422,445.34 for a contract period of (365) days from the effective date of the written Notice to Proceed or June 22, 2023 through June 22, 2024. Contract #2022-12PS, for the Central Avenue Bridge over NJ Transit City Subway, Local Preliminary Design Project requires additional time to complete the preliminary design phase. This Amending Resolution will extend the term of the contract by nine (9) additional months, from June 22, 2024 through March 22, 2025, at no additional cost to the City of Newark.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  25. Adopted
    Resolution

    RECOGNIZING AND COMMENDING Sponsored by Council Member Patrick O. Council 1. Individuals honored during the National Girls and Women in Sports Day, held on Thursday, February 8, 2024 2. Bertha Brooks, on her 80th Birthday Celebration, on Saturday, February 10, 2024 Sponsored by Council Member C. Lawrence Crump 3. Senior Citizens (Lynell Robinson, Evelyn Morales, Sicilia Cepeda, Billie Jones, Ruby Smith, Judith Howard, Florense Volosin, Maria Morales, and Cathy Dozier) honored for Birthday Celebrations in January and February Sponsored by Council Member Dupré L. Kelly 4. Shyheim Franklin, honored for his contribution to Men Talk Sundays Sponsored by Council Member Luis A. Quintana 5. Herminia Anicama, on her Retirement Celebration 6. Individuals honored during The Quisqueyanos Unidos de Newark, 31st Dominican Independence Day Celebration, to be held on Tuesday, February 27, 2024 7. Individuals honored during the C.A.D.U. Human Rights USA Canada on its 16th Anniversary Sponsored by Council Member Louise Scott-Rountree 8. Individuals honored during The Nubian Union Benefit Gala - Mardi Gras Costume Ball, held on Monday, February 12, 2024 9. Individuals honored during The Newark Moving Forward with Love Celebrating Black History Breakfast, held on Thursday, February 15, 2024 10. Pastor-Elect Dr. Brian Rawls, on his Pastoral Installation Service, to be held on Sunday, March 3, 2024 Sponsored by Council Member Michael J. Silva, Jr. 11. Arcos de Valdevez Volunteer Firefighters Humanitarian Association 12. Friends of Vale USA

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  26. Adopted
    Resolution

    EXPRESSING PROFOUND SORROW AND REGRET Sponsored by Council Member Patrick O. Council 1. Eleanor Joan Stuckey 2. Elanne Nicole Brown Cullars 3. Michele Waters 4. Cynthia Harrell Sponsored by Council Member C. Lawrence Crump 5. Lillian Waters Allen Sponsored by Council Member Dupré L. Kelly 6. Theordore “Ted” Judkins Sponsored by Council Member Louise Scott-Rountree 7. Sharonda Ali-Khan 8. Spencer Charles 9. Minister Charlotte Miller

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  27. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Water and Sewer Utilities Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing (X) Amending Type of Service: Change Order/Amend Resolution 7R12-a adopted on April 5, 2023 and 7R12-a(AS) adopted on December 15, 2021 Purpose: To execute Contract Change Order #2 for Valley Road Corrosion Control Chemical Feed System - Phase II Improvements - Contract 10-WS2021 (Re-bid). Entity Name: Underground Utilities Corporation Entity Address: 711 Commerce Road, Linden New Jersey 07036 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $1,344,123.00 Funding Source: 2021 Budget/Department of Water and Sewer Utilities/Capital Budget/NW037-750-7505-71960-B2021 Contract Period: 759 calendar days from the date of a written Notice to Proceed to final completion on February 29, 2024 Contract Basis: (X) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Resolution 7R12-a(AS) adopted on December 15, 2021 awarded a contract in an amount not to exceed $1,344,123.00, for a period of (260) calendar days to substantial and final completion from the date of a written Notice to Proceed. Resolution 7R12-a adopted on April 5, 2023 - Change Order #1 extended the completion time by (180) for a new completion period of (440) calendar days from the date of a written Notice to Proceed to final completion on June 25, 2023. Change Order #2 will extend the completion time by (319) for a new completion period of (759) calendar days from the date of a written Notice to Proceed to final completion on February 29, 2024.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  28. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Water and Sewer Utilities Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing (X) Amending Type of Service: Final Quantities Change Order #1/Amend Resolution 7R12-b (AS) adopted on October 19, 2022 Purpose: To execute Contract Close-out Change Order #1 Phase-3(A) Sewer Cleaning and Rehabilitation- Contract 16-WS2017. Entity Name: Montana Construction Corporation, Inc. Entity Address: 80 Contant Avenue, Lodi, New Jersey 07644 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $4,376,631.21 Funding Source: Capital Budget/Department of Water and Sewer Utilities Contract Period: 375 calendar days from the date of the written Notice to Proceed to final completion Contract Basis: (X) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Resolution 7R12-b(AS) adopted on October 19, 2022 awarded a contract in an amount not to exceed $4,329,230.00 for a period of (320) calendar days to final completion from the date of the written Notice to Proceed. Contract Close-out Change Order #1 will increase the contract amount by $47,401.21 for a new total contract amount not to exceed $4,376,631.21 and increase the contract period by (55) calendar days for a new completion period of (375) calendar days from the date of the written Notice to Proceed to final completion.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  29. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Water and Sewer Utilities Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing (X) Amending Type of Service: Final Quantities Change Order #1/Amend Resolution 7R12-a (AS) adopted on October 19, 2022 Purpose: To execute Contract Close-out Change Order #1 Phase-3(B) Sewer Cleaning and Rehabilitation- Contract 17-WS2017. Entity Name: Spiniello Companies Entity Address: 354 Eisenhower Parkway, Livingston, New Jersey 07039 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $6,062,533.88 Funding Source: Capital Budget/Department of Water and Sewer Utilities Contract Period: 365 calendar days from the date of the written Notice to Proceed to final completion Contract Basis: (X) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Resolution 7R12-a(AS) adopted on October 19, 2022 awarded a contract in an amount not to exceed $4,823,300.00 for a period of (320) calendar days to final completion from the date of the written Notice to Proceed. Contract Close-out Change Order #1 will increase the contract amount by $1,239,233.88 for a new total contract amount not to exceed $6,062,533.88 and increase the contract period by (45) calendar days for a new completion period of (365) calendar days from the date of the written Notice to Proceed to final completion.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  30. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Water and Sewer Utilities Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing (X) Amending Type of Service: Final Quantities Change Order #1/Amend Resolution 7R12-c (AS) adopted on October 19, 2022 Purpose: To execute Contract Close-out Change Order #1 Phase-3(C) Sewer Cleaning and Rehabilitation- Contract 18-WS2017. Entity Name: Montana Construction Corporation, Inc. Entity Address: 80 Contant Avenue, Lodi, New Jersey 07644 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $6,198,897.97 Funding Source: Capital Budget/Department of Water and Sewer Utilities Contract Period: 393 calendar days from the date of the written Notice to Proceed to final completion Contract Basis: (X) Bid ( ) State Vendor ( ) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS (X) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: Resolution 7R12-c(AS) adopted on October 19, 2022 awarded a contract in an amount not to exceed $4,259,575.00 for a period of (320) calendar days to final completion from the date of the written Notice to Proceed. Contract Close-out Change Order #1 will increase the contract amount by $1,939.322.97 for a new total contract amount not to exceed $6,198,897.97 and increase the contract period by (73) calendar days for a new completion period of (393) calendar days from the date of the written Notice to Proceed to final completion.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  31. Pending
    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE VIII, BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS, OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, BY TO CREATE CHAPTER 39, SMOKE SHOPS, AND ESTABLISH RULES AND REGULATIONS.

    A motion was made by Council, seconded by Kelly to Defer. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

  32. First Reading
    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE VII, STATE UNIFORM CONSTRUCTION CODE ENFORCING AGENCY, CHAPTER 2, PERMITS AND FEES, SECTION 3, CONSTRUCTION PERMIT, OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, TO ADD PROVISION EXEMPTING CITY-OCCUPIED PROPERTIES.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Advance to First Reading. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

  33. Pending
    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE VIII, BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS, OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, TO CREATE CHAPTER XX, COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE PARKING LOT LICENSE, AND ESTABLISH RULES AND REGULATIONS.

    A motion was made by Council, seconded by Crump to Defer. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

  34. First Reading
    Ordinance

    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE VIII, BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS, OF THE REVISED GENERAL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY, 2000, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED, TO CREATE CHAPTER XX, INTERMODAL CONTAINER LOT LICENSE, AND ESTABLISH RULES AND REGULATIONS.

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Advance to First Reading. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

  35. To Be Introduced
    Hearing of Citizens

    1. LISA MITCHELSON-PARKER Appearing. 2. FELICIA ALSTON-SINGLETON Not appearing. 3. LINDA MCDONALD CARTER Not appearing. 4. NADIRAH BROWN Appearing. 5. LATOYA TUCKER Not appearing. 6. ROBERT PENNELL Not appearing. 7. GEE CURETON Appearing. 8. ALIF MUHAMMAD Appearing. 9. MARYAM BEY Appearing. 10. OSIA HIGDON Appearing. 11. GEORGE TILLMAN, JR. Appearing. 12. DEBRA MAPSON Appearing. 13. DONNA JACKSON Appearing. 14. CASSANDRA DOCK Appearing. 15. JACQUELINE PEOPLES Appearing. 16. OPAL R. WRIGHT Appearing. 17. CHÉ COLTER Appearing. 18. EMILY AIKENS Appearing. 19. DEBRA SALTERS Appearing. 20. DAVID LETWIN Not appearing. 21. DAMIAN WILLIAMS Not appearing. 22. BIBI STEWART Appearing. 23. TYARA THOMAS Appearing. 24. RAYLOR ADAMES Appearing. 25. HEATHER ARMSTRONG Appearing.
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  36. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement Purpose: Senior Day of Hearts Brunch Entity Name: The Waterfront Entity Address: 2 Grafton Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07104 Event Location: The Waterfront, 2 Grafton Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07104 Event Date(s): Wednesday, February 28, 2024 Event Time: 9:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. Sponsor: Council Member, Anibal Ramos, Jr. Additional Information:

    A motion was made by Ramos, Jr., seconded by Quintana to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  37. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement Purpose: North Ward Job Fair Entity Name: The Waterfront Entity Address: 2 Grafton Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07104 Event Location: The Waterfront, 2 Grafton Avenue, Newark, New Jersey 07104 Event Date(s): Thursday, April 18, 2024 Event Time: 10:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. Sponsor: Council Member, Anibal Ramos, Jr. Additional Information:

    A motion was made by Ramos, Jr., seconded by Gonzalez to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  38. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Offices of Municipal Council/City Clerk Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Supporting World Peace Purpose: To encourage and support international peace. Sponsor(s): Council Member, Louise Scott-Rountree Additional Information: The Municipal Council of the City of Newark supports and encourages all Nation States and International Organizations to assist in implementing the right of the world’s people to peace through the adoption of appropriate measures at both the national and international levels for the preservation of human civilization.

    A motion was made by Scott-Rountree, seconded by Kelly to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  39. Adopted
    Resolution

    Dept/ Agency: Economic and Housing Development Action: ( ) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Private Sale/Redevelopment Purpose: To build two (2) two-family new construction dwellings and sell homes at market rate. Entity Name: Roma Development, LLC Entity Address: Wayne, New Jersey 07470 Sale Amount: $40,000.00 Cost Basis: (X) $8.00 PSF ( ) Negotiated ( ) N/A ( ) Other: Assessed Amount: $47,600.00 Appraised Amount: $0.00 Contract Period: To commence within three (3) months and be completed within eighteen (18) months following transfer of property ownership from the City to the Redeveloper 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) 54 Telford Street/Block 4202/Lot 63/West Ward 642 South 13th Street/Block 316/Lot 34/South Ward Additional Information: Sale Price: Total Square Footage X PSF = 5,000 X $8.00 = $40,000.00. Sale at prices set forth by Ordinance 6S&Fh, adopted on April 7, 2004, establishing the minimum sale price of City-owned properties. Deferred 7R2-c 020724

    A motion was made by the Council of the Whole to Adopt as Amended. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  1. Filed
    Report

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  2. Adopted
    Resolution

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    A motion was made by Gonzalez, seconded by Quintana to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  3. Adopted
    Resolution

    TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST Deferred 7R2-a021424

    A motion was made by Kelly, seconded by Quintana to Defer. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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    Resolution

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    A motion was made by Gonzalez, seconded by Ramos, Jr. to Returned to Administration. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  5. Adopted
    Resolution

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    Resolution

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    A motion was made by Ramos, Jr., seconded by Silva to Amend. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  7. Held in Council
    Resolution

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    A motion was made by Gonzalez, to Adopt. . The motion failed by the following votes

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  8. To Be Introduced
    Resolution

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    A motion was made by Council, to above mentioned items adopted . The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  9. To Be Introduced
    Resolution

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  10. Adopted
    Resolution

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    A motion was made by Gonzalez, to Adopted as Amended. . The motion failed by the following votes

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  11. Adopted
    Resolution

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    A motion was made by Gonzalez, to Adopt. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  12. Adopted
    Resolution

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    Adopt

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    Resolution

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    Adopted as Amended

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  14. Pending
    Appointment

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    A motion was made by Council, to Advance to First Reading. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  15. Filed
    Appointment

    APPOINTMENT - TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST APPOINTMENT - TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST APPOINTMENT - TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST

    A motion was made by Council, to Advance and Adopt on First Reading as 6F-. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  16. Pending
    Ordinance

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    A motion was made by Council, to Defer on Communications. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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  18. First Reading
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    ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2 ORDINANCE-TEST 2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2-TEST2

    A motion was made by Council of the Whole to Advance to First Reading. The motion was adopted by the following votes: by the following votes

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    1. TEST TESTING 2. TEST TESTING 3. TEST TESTING 4. TEST TESTING 5. TEST TESTING 6. TEST TESTING 7. TEST TESTING 8. TEST TESTING 9. TEST TESTING 10. TEST TESTING 11. TEST TESTING 12. TEST TESTING 13. TEST TESTING 14. TEST TESTING 15. TEST TESTING 16. TEST TESTING 17. TEST TESTING 18. TEST TESTING 19. TEST TESTING 20. TEST TESTING 21. TEST TESTING 22. TEST TESTING 23. TEST TESTING
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    1. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 1 2. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 2 3. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 3 4. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 4 5. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 5 6. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 6 7. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 7 8. TESTING TEST TEST TT #: 8
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    TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST-TEST

    A motion was made by Ramos, Jr., seconded by Silva to Adopted as Amended. The motion was adopted by the following votes:

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    Emergency Contract Environmental Design Inc. Purpose: Emergency Declaration E2024-01 Remediation of mold, asbestos and other issues in the Firehouses. 695 North 6th Street (Engine 28) 395 Avon Avenue (Engine 18) 199 Summer Avenue (Engine 9) 69 Vesey (Engine 14) 241 West Market Street (Engine 7) 65 Congress Street (Engine 5) 344 Springfield Avenue (Engine 6) Contract Term: February 15, 2024